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'7 ; .7 1 1 ‘\ ‘ \ ‘ ﬁdeiéilvn 33:15 11111111: 1 - - i i ' 111.1111... 111.1111. . 1 11111111111111. . . . . ......... . . .AUGUs'r m. 18:11 11.. 11.11.... 11...... Henry Ward Beecher takes the " 61-1111" P1111"'°"' most advanced position on all religi— 6f the railroad building mania, which was probably one of the few men is now raging throughout the counlectures he called the attention of try, may be estimated by, the followthose lwho cling to the idea of an ever- ing facts. A well known and exlasting hell to the fact that it is not tensive commission house in this city, taught at all in the Old Testament, engaged exclusively in supplying asserting that in the administration railroad stores and machinery, the of a nation which was avowedly di— other day sold twenty locomotives for rectly in the Divine care, there was :1 a new road, the locomotives still to be period of four or five thousand years built. The price to be paid was large, during which the doctrine was not but had it been possible for the locotaught once. It was evident that motives to have been delivered at among the Jen‘s there was :1 certain once they could have been sold for: idea of a 1ereaf1er of p:1i11,but the much larger price. The same house teaching of‘a gross, sensual, material received the other day 1111 order for a torment “belonged to the Roman considerable number of sets of suimind. It was the creation of the veyors’ instruments, to be supplied medieval age, and there has come immediately, but they could not be down to 11s lingering remnants of it. found at any of the instrumentWhen the Roman Catholic church 01'- makcrs, whose stocks were all ex- who correctly forecasted the propor- ons matters, and in one of his recent The Dying President._ The tenor of the dispatches for the past week‘give little hope for the recovery of the President. The serious set back. anuou need in the dispatches of the mm, was evidently the turning point, and from which he has not and in all reasonable probability will never tecover. For over eight weeks he hits been trembling on the verge of the grave, and his present condition leaves no grounds for hope. He was . lay nature a powerful man, and blessed with a brave, hopeful spirit. But the once vigorous frame is reduced to :1 pkclemn; his surprising vitality, which has alone supported him, is about all gone, and now he is so weak ganizcd itself gradually, it selected as hausted, and :1 search throughout the , 111111 it is heralded as remarkable that its most powcxful instrument the city for second-hand instruments also he £1111 sign his name. Ever sincc‘l proved fruitless. An order was rethe nnhouhccment of his relapse it has been apparent that the chances iz'cre against him. 'The wound has throughout shown a rebellious tendency, and his stomach has been painfully sensitive, thus depriving him of the nourishment requisite to gain utmngth. and his pulse and temperature have been abnormal and tinctuating. The doctors have doubtless done keys. No scepter in the King’s hand, no sword'1n :1 Gen ral’s hand, no instrument of torture in inquisitornl bands, ever had the power in it that was in the keys. They typified the church’s claim to lock and unlock the gates of heaven and hell for every human soul; and while the church magnified the joys of the redeemed in Paradise, their imagination was absolutely drunken with the suﬁeriug their best, and possibly have reallv of the damned souls that went out felt the hope 111111-11 their bulletins to unve‘gencratcd at death. While the the country have constantly ex- Protestant reformation threw oﬁ‘ :1 ceived here, also, a few days since, for two competent surveying engiueers, to go to work immediately upon a new line, with very liberal pay and expenses defrayed, but they could not be found in the city. Everythingin the railroad line is “booming,” and :1 unchol y and apprehensive interest in Judge Green, of the Superior Court of Oakland, Cal.,recently denied an audthcn begins to think what he Rather Unj ust. .— receiving :1 certain sum, collected by; assessments. It will have the effect of hastening weddings. All that 11 young man wants for 1'. start in ti o of 1-1citizen, the s: ggcshon :11'1scs 111111 No class of people are so unpleasant as those who are given to the habit of reminding others of their £13,. 1.5,.» .1-1 ’E9-‘31LLiLLLlLiL‘5 P so“ , the ordinary voters who are herded under the whip of politicians, it; is :1 safe wager that not'one in ﬁfty knows the tenets of the party with anyone whose energy is conspicuous by absence; and it is sometimes quite comical _to notice how one of the amiable class referred to will attack which, by :1 simple but ingenious in another the shortcomings or pecu“Why are you a arrangement, is made to transmit its liarities in which he participates him- Which he votes. Democrat, Mr. Noodle?” my father was.” “And you a Republican, Mr. “Because my father was.” is about the way it runs. “Because why are Poodle?” And this stern of the boat, The motor itself is fixed on the inner part of the rudder, which it follows in its movements, as In the center of the bout are arranged two batteries, which may be emplovcd together or separately, and at night, while the Has It Been Dreaming? The New York Stock Report has inst iscovercd that “the, Ch11stv has one is d1iving the ‘screw, the other dclarcd :1 d111d111d, paable immediately. ” What’s the matter with our usually live contemporary—1111s it been dreaming, lip Van Winkle like? self. This sort of mental color- blindness ought to make us 1c1y toltrant oi othcr’s 111fi1 mmez. Of coursc the Christy has de- may be used for lighting purposes. The apparatus may be adapted to any boat, and there seems no reason whatever why it may not. be, So modiﬁed as to be applicable to vessels of much clared'1.1 dividend, and has been de- Cor. Main and Paddock Streets, Silver Reef Only in Imagination. an excellent management. my. _. Beautiful Indian maidens are often Better Than the Best. Piochc Record:1111-: SILV1:11. REEF MINER has entered upon its fourth volume, and in the new dress recently donned T111: 111N111: today is Iii in ilinlle The well known Reputation of this The Vagabond of the Catskills. House will be Maintained. Reserved Seats are now on Sale at the Postal-lice. Per Meal, 50c; Per Month, $30 C.“ 1)? (u. Suppers Served forBalls and Parties On Short Notice. Entire Change of Program Each Night. INDE PENDENCE .1’—s e s 't: aura n '1: IIE L\DER‘lG\‘ED OFFERS lllS News and Stutionexy business and ﬁx lures mm or without the buildi' 1L1 formic Maharguin. J. K. RICKARDBZ 1.1.1111 STREET. SILVER 1151211. ,é» 1,3, Dissolution Notice. nld S. Liddlu lining sold theii intere t to \1 onlley Lund 15: Judd. The i111iness 11illbc continued 131- \\onllcv 1.und&Judd 11nd ll ’1‘. Gillespie nnd~ 1' the firm name (if GILLES? lE. LLND 1n GI) who will assume all 1111'. liabili'iL-s of and reccive all accounts due 1116111“? firm of Liddle Bros. 1% Co. ,1 1—_—-___—_.___ -——Ju' GOLLD works you hard but he only gets his board and clothes3. “‘hen he passes in his checks some other fellows will pocket the fruits of his hard life of labor and anxiety. Many :1 man withouta dollar will own as much land and be as rich as Gould a hundred years from now. Gold glitters, but there are other things than gold worth more of men’s thoughts. REES. I lllCl’EY. FORMERLY OF TUScarora 11111 Virginia 0111'. rtspeclfuily .11for1ns the pub ic of \ilvvr H1-1-rrhu1 she h: 1s opt-111. d the ohm." r1: ~1111~.1111 and intends running it in ﬁrst-class s 1) e. JAMES 0.. 111111111. 1 7 1). s. LlDDLE. /. R. '11 (11111.1351112. / 11'00LLE1 IL'XD 1c .1 DD. Sil 1LT BOARD: PERMONT..,-------eao PERWEEK ~ 7 rReef L'Lu‘u, August ‘15. 1351. GlLLESl'II: “'JOLLEY11CND A: JUDD Ha illicit. Elli 7i; m PM met within books, but very seldom in real life. Asa rule they are ugly—— fat, short, stumpv, and entirely devoid of grace in their movements the W here are the tall, slender creatures nearest printed paper in the Territory of romantic story to be met with? of Utah. We are glad to note that They exist only in imagination, and the paper is in :1 more prosperous con- are as unlike the real squaw as one dition at the present time than it has human being can be from another. ever been from the ﬁrst issue. May it continue on the trail of prosperity, “— —— D1: Lnsscrs’ men are dying oﬁ‘ with much rapidity 011 the. Panama Isthmus. The cheerful Ferdinand has been wont to assure the Parisian investors in the big-ditch scheme that the Isthmus is :1 very healthful locality. It begins to look as though he had lost his grip. He ventured on the tremendous undertaking too late in life. It will probably be a failure so far as he is concerned. But so it alwaysis! Ce1 taiu theoret- ical ideas gain currency about people that. has been so written up and writ- ﬂ ~. means singular“1:1 her tastes. reality would do us all good. A little “New ORLEANS is fast becoming the chief export town of this coun————Fo11.1141. notices of contests for try. In the last few years it has ﬁfteen seats in the next Houseof gained wonderfully, while many of Representatives at Washington, in the Northern cities have fallen off. most cases accompanied by volumin— There will soon be_dirc'ct’ railroad ous testimony, are now 011 file in the lines from 01111011111131.1111 the Paciﬁc Clerk’s ofﬁce of tbeH011se..’1‘hirtecn Coast, and the principal portion of of these contested cases are from the the grain crops of this Coast will be South, Alabama. alone having four. m- rhtp'pe'l to Europe through her port. 1 One from Maine and one from lowa. 1' 6151.111) 111 sf, - UTAH .1. (10313101110133 . 1".111'01511111 1110111110111. 1:: iirst- clsss in every (lo-:p1r1ment 31.11 >115 one of ll]: bus-1m bias in the W151 The llarrion will rniiumin Ihe "nod l'l‘bll'flilﬁll ll iii}. S 'll\\ll}:‘ ClleVNl anﬂ" 1h: 1111ellurpublic.a11d guests 11iilnlw11ys 1cceive the 1ery bestuccommoduuons. Who lac ale and Retail an excellent printer and experienced newspaper man but also :1 jollv good fellow. and the StarIs in cxcecdinglv good luck. GRQC E R3 FliiE BAR AND BiLLiARD ROOMS ...-\ND.... m- DRY an: United States is becoming quite an object of interest to curious Arc attached to the hotel. where the best of Liquors and Cigars will always be found. GOODS 311331“ w—CEIANTS. Englishmen, and the number of visit- ‘ fﬁncrsun ﬁrst-class berths in all the steamers to llu Pam’s Busting Powder R 6 st a‘ur ant AND GIANT POWDER. Corner Main and (Jeutvei:ts, Si11711: 11621. 1 Miss Macon-z CAMPBELL, the ing the subject of which every morn- Oakland girl 11'110.dis1:111ccd Tanner iuglef: its frame to go and take :1 11s11 faster, having lived ﬁfty days 11.1111, and 11as only on view at night. without food, died :1 few days ago. The Emper01' thought there was She was remarkably ﬂeshy, and what We Carry the L:.rgest Stock tracted from the ovstcr. To-d'ay, :1 thousand ycms 1.1m oyster shells and sulphur are astonishing 0111' grow 11-11p minds. W —ENT1-;n11msn is :1 good thing, but it occasionally trends on its own heels, so to speak. A ﬁrm of book« sellers in Chicago, in their determination to outstrip their rivals in the business, advertised “:1 superb edition of the New Testament, revised specially for this house, replete with incident, sentiment aud humor, as well, of character and exquisite descrip- tions of scene111 ” A: last accounts ———OL"I‘ of twenty-ﬁve Furnishing Goods, For Meal, sects. And recommend our large assortment of vessels which entered the Golden Gate re- Mission and Flannel Undershiris THE FINEST THE MARKET AFFORDS cently, to exchange their cargoes of coal for 11 lad'ung of wheat, only six were A111c1'icari'ships. Sixteen were In all Colors and Qualities. and the ALWAYS SERVED T0 CUSTOMERS. Finest Linen and Woolen Uverslrirts Erlvate Rooms for Dinner Parties. English. one German, one French, and one Norwerrian. A Fine Assortment of “4H Ladies’ 7 and Misses’ Shoes . A PERSON writing from Hami, Eastern Tu1kestan,ssavs of the na- ' In all its Branches. tives: “' ‘hey call themselves good Mussuhnaus; but they eat all kinds HABNESSAND SADDLES the husband got 111111 the best of that, courage 01' men g1eat wisdom: but c1'e1v hour in the tiny offers :1 chance to show good nature. i Assayers’ Gosds / RIO UIHGEN HGT SPRINGS Tobaccos, Cigars Good News For Inva-lids AND PIPES. Mill Supplies, Pipes & Fittings ' DIARRIED. H A R Catholic Church in this cit). on Sunornino. \1111115121. 1581 by the Rev. Fathcrt) Co11nor.'=)lr. J0 N S LLIVAN and Miss Mth QUILL 5:: 7 fellows tostrnggle so hard for :1 chance to show their 1111111111111”? A - -BOR.\'. crew of Vassar girls ought to be sent n thiscltv.Ari—gust “6.1“11 abroad next year.The_v11ould (log?3111111 F. \Ieik 1:. son. 1?- An assortment of fine imported Eng lis h Cloths always 011 band. 110p corner Centre and Firsthst Streets 1‘1 L. "l A. WINQUIST. ——I-—" better. no doubt. Suits Made to Order And Saddlery of all Kinds. 'l‘HERE is only now and then an opportunitv of displaving great. unless it was the riddancc of such :1 1111 e. the Pine 19" Genuine California (19:1 h “"’“"“\—w of ﬂesh except dog and pork, and , they drink wine and smoke like Christians.” There are people in our country 11 ho call 1111msclves —.—THI: New York World comes all that is wonderful, induced TAILORING I Of every description. —“A1v1r1: at Massillion, Ohio, donned in an entirely new dress and eloped with her husband’s brother. 'make-up. The ll'orld has been im- —Tn1: Cornell crew have been beaten again. What, in the name‘of Per Day, $11 HATS, BOOTS 8.1. SHOES thev “ere sixteen thousand copies ' Christians but c111'1v 011 like Turks. W ahead. ——.—_:__ the presence of a street crowd, and went home alone.” Don’t see where Reduction in Rates! TH E PUBLIC ARE RESPECTl-‘LLLY informed that on and MflPl‘ August 1, 1" 1._ 1h11 price of board at this fuvorue and 11111111101111 restaurant will be as follows: GEiiTLEi‘IiEiI’S EtilTliil‘lii ten down that half the world has a The husband followed 11111131 to Black proving 1111 along, and is now the leadsortot’ idea that there is something River, whipped the brothex, got a ing morning paper of America. HH— meritorious in it, and the woman bulletin 1'etu1',n cursed the coupleinvwm who “enjoyed” bad health was by no - -— sail from Europs for the United S111tcs until the end of October are engaged. hence the rush westward must be great. ahd things, and 1tltal1es half the term as abounding in masterly delineation of :1 natural life to ﬁnd out that “things are not what they seem,” or at least what books persist in asserting that they are. Nearly everything is a delusion except suﬁering, and l'lSOll 11111111, SILVER REEF - ing titled tourists grows yearly more and more. It is announced that the THERE is nothing 11c1vundc1' the sun. Luminous paint, 11'l1icl1p10« (luces bca utifnl eﬁcctsiu the d11rk,is bcingiutroduccd 11s a 1101 city, 11' hcn in fact the Emperor of China, in the year of grace 076, possessed :1 paint- ,9 _ ' Lyra Mrs. I. Hickey - - Propueto‘res’s. TOTICE IS HEREBY Gl‘1 EN THAT \ the ﬁrm of LlDDLE BROS 8'. C0, doing busintss :11 Silvrrchf. 111111. is d1»— 120111 d by mutual 00115911.! J11m1sC and D111:- larger oimensions than that expexi- something peculiar about the artist, olaring them regularly for years; meutcd 011,11'hichmade fair prog1css butit turned out that he made his puzzles the doctors most is that she lost 110 ﬂesh during her 1ema1'kable and this is due not only to the fact in the water. paints of :1 luminous substance ex- fast. ——.._._____ that they have good mines, but also o * ”i Willi". Restaurant 11151 111‘ Sole Agents for Southern Utah of does also the screw. W ,. power to :1 three-bladed screw at the BOARo: Per Meal, 501:; Per Month, $30 AND BAKERY, S 11's :he’lucso.1 511111: Mr. J. AI. G. Trouvc,:111_'ell'lTn6ivnr1enc11 if the plan was strictly adhered to a electrician 1111a devised 11. method of curibus law of nature poo is are n. “Ummmm “ “" ’ 7 en’ leir’ge proportion of native-born Ameralways hard upon the faults thcv (lorscd by the craft throughout the applying the electrical current to the icans should suffer disfranchisement. propulsion of 11 boat, and, so for, the possess themselv cs. A11 untidy per- United States. and :1 gentleman of It is :1. safe wager that not one in ten results have been eminently satisfac- son 1n1a1111bly snaps at want of order life-long practice as :1 job printer, is of the voters of the United States tory. The experiments have been in another, just as :1 lazy 1111111 despises now in charge of the job department have. ever read the Constitution. Of of the Star ofﬁce.” John is not only made 011 the Seine, on several occas— ions, 11'iIh a small boat containing from two to six persons. The electric moter consists of a Siemcn’s coil, __ 23 Jordan ------ Proprietors And his full Company from New York, in his own great play of world is to join the association just before his 111111'1'iagc. At pit-sent it looks like :1 mean design to rob trusting old maids, and lure them to ﬁnancial destruction with the ignis fatuus ofa possible husband. But better it Irishman naturalization privileges be-' might have had, so I can undelstand cause he had not read the. Constitu-"e howaman’s mind may torture him tion of the United States, etc. We with constant reminders of what he ' hardly see how this Judge could rc- haslost. Pain and plc15111e are disfuse him citizenship on such grounds, ciplinaty, and are designed in the is to be thus cheated in the hope than in the reality. for if the elective franchise is to be divine economy to work out afterdenied a foreigner on the principle of ward, if not here, :1 salvable state of his now orthiness through'1g11ora ice, mind.” ‘- 11-l1~:l:_1e ofth c 1‘ dies hcsselsPropelled‘by Electricity. 29 iii} Mela m harvest is being reaped by manufac— -—-— T111: Siamese approve of ore. turers, commission merchants, engineers and surveyors, such as they ,mation, but they turn their funeral obsequies into occasions of rejoicing, have not had for many :1 long your. and indulge both before and after the future are about the only people who make themselves comfortably miserable at a funeral. it is mental, it is moral, it is in the other life, and under clearer circumstances :1 remorse, a self-condemnation. As :1 man who has squandered his estate and is brought to poverty AUGUST THE “'ORLD-RENOWNED ACTOR manded this order, the Secretary of War declaring that they had too many “from already. Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, however, went 011 and organized the force, as called for by the old General, in the service of theStatc. When the disaster of B1111 lun occurred the Pennsylvania reservs marched down and saved the capital. follo1's transgression in this life, but snrancc plan, each marying member tians who have an assured hope of :1 the events of the near future. MONDAY, three years or during the war.” The authorities at Washington counter- of the United States must feel :1 mol— 2.2 “5111 2111 am l'llS POPLLAR RESTAURANT HAS bI-cn rL~h111d and improved. and is now the 111::1112'51 and 1110:”. i111'11ing in Southern l.1:1h.'l11e 11 111111111 111-11 qu1ck and attentive, a11d1hc b1 11 of fare is from the cream of the m1'11ke1. COMMENCING This command especially needed the service of :1 cool and methodical soldier. When the communication with theCupital was cut off, Patterson called upon the Governor of Pennsyl— vania for 25,000 troops, to serve “for kind of Marriage Bureau on the i11- fant Prince to a “higher life." Chris- the pOpular notion of hell now was $59 e11 Woolf mand the department at Washington. lieve there is a pe1iod of penalty that Share it with them, and from all indi- cations the patient sufferer is fast ap- gross, barbaric and devilish. Arcade Four Nights Only contest, Genera Scott, who knew Patterson well, selected him to com~ proachtng dissolution, and the people great deal of this, yet it retained ...FOR likelv 10 be the chief theater of the Ibe- But if they still have hope of his recovery, there are few that much of it, and it might be said that glutamate. ' v 11111 111111 tions to which the late war of rebellion ﬁnally ‘attained. He did not believe that the war was to be a mere military promenade through the slaveholding States. When the war arose, and the border States appeared ' 1 ational Mutual Aid As- ceremony in processions, races, toursociation of San Francisco, for 1111- naments, ﬁreworks, and all sorts of married persons, recently incor- joyful dcu1011stra’rions; at least this is porated (without any capital stock), the fashion of celebrating the sudden is attracting some attention. It is :1 departure of their Queen and the in- pressed. “le1“ 30-5311. . General Patterson, lately deceased New York Graphic: The extent WA R E TINWARE, IRON AND STEEL, HE FAR—FAMED RIO vIRGlN HOT SPR 1\GS near Toqucrville, Kane L‘oun11.1‘.tuhhas just been ﬁlled up for the reception of guesm. WThc medical properties of these Sprinus have been known and calm 1v1cdg1—1d for years. and their :1d1nn1aucs to persons holleringr from Rheumatism Ncurnlgia. Lead-' Poisoning. Pnrnlvsis. Chronic 11nd. Ski11D1sL- was can beanested bv hundreds who have ' 1111-011 Ld permanent cores from their healing \1'11ters.. Powder and Fuse, Miners’ Tools ”ALSO” to the wife of The hotel accommod“ions are ampledmd c111ry convenience will be placed at the dis~ posnlof visitors and 1m 11.11ds. ‘ WClmrgcs mode:are. 1 1‘. D ROPERTSON, l 1111.1ir~ tor Lard, Coal and Lubr'caiing Oils 21c is a happy mad. A 361 .