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|Paper||Deseret Evening News|
ITE318. LOCAI of a call from lilshop C. W. West of pgdon this vf ho infprras ua that hbTidieacro;ii 'toDCtaxafCC Craved. In issuing tbc morning, tho Weber riTcr Vhlch Vas careened, over; his W 4 c t '4 Nirws at such short notlco wo been raised to its original position and they tt shall probably need tho indulgence of our aro driving poles and puttlng beams underan-it f Tho is trouble to there. that will overlook the trust it only Wo keep subscribers. is to get tho river to run respectably IT tlioy ticipated notice 1 ts ordinary channel, and under tho bridge, may thoy In comings short Any omis- as it manifests a turbulent disposition at times .1. .. , ox:q?Z: ; ;V ; ' will kindly call our attention to anysor :io;ni ri2 vrest crxotr out channel to trarvo inclines and tho of any; of tho brIJsc. i Cfco pcopld of Odzzx tse also papers, sions in tho delivery V i"r !'f f 'r shall feel vr obliged tothem, taking steps to build another bridge over tho ' other faults, 9 to on which them. street west tho of end tho at best laKe Salt OpVosito : Weber, do remedy and Hotel,T "2 promptly pur also have offlco and tho now lo stands; aro ourfcarrF they tithing Tho routes of delivery n r acres of land west of Ogdcn, on J taken up 6,000 a thov and L) jBdmo may; jnalf possibly, ) and Plain between Kaysville, I tbo bottom .cr?, City ) V mistakes in tho begmning. Hooper'st 5! GREAT OALT ;l5AKCrClTyr;.!ftii in the neighborhood of Captain W. II. uuuio-menold rancn. aii oi waica mamieau and enterprise. - Osden is a thriving CoaiukTUULToar. Wo tako much pleasaro I v ; . XTTHERE he .wiUfkeep..: a. Good; xtldeot- if In publishing the following congratulatory mes- place. I' ' 'VY CHOICE" On evening, to Tftncn 'yesterday Escape. Tclcraphie sage, forwarded on tho Deseret Att-- j A RE OFFERING en were who two TttEUSi'ljfcJNlJlLJ of convicts tho about 01 aVAmercxm cc dark, an on of iitl? the I f !" Lino, iim n ?r opening j? r '7:"? ' jf tho behind for tho stepped working caged city, . Fork ri American Fork, ot; 20. PTunnrv'. bade of tnedlv 'Hall. for wood, and their: return to an unusual length of delaying or tno oxueers went to seo wnero PRESIDENT B. YOUNG- :- :V-some time, Axnella a-were. 0 After searching a while the officers tbev at herd Office open of Vnj&on, Webb, Pardon the missing men must bounder concluded of that Webb. daughter . is raised above tno ground; which the granary, Operator. A.'m. itUSSER. loner a belnc nolo found insufficient to and from their hiding place, three pistol start them i 20. were fired In which wero found effectual, American Fork, Nov. shots t T TT an two individuals tho appearance -making : YOUNG:B. i PKESIDEKT proditf-unhurt, .hiding fortunately Theywero U LoJI-aLJ a' LuJ Li ntrntnrv to maklntr an attemrjt to escane. We congratulate you upon tbe'dpenintrof vJ Presithe offlco at this May place. Telegraph Directors of tho Deseret Telegraph dent and connected. Accept Lino over remain closely; Tub Hen "and Duck. A Dttper hoa .i i 0uxxcSu. n ComaiUeof .tho dOD ox tConsisting, in part, of t, e. HARRINGTON. been published br, Evrna -- ! - t 1 : 4 i j ' ; ! ; : t f't-j- V(l JrijJ ... 1 i . , . s I u i , -- j -- f-- 1 t ? -- i 1 : . . ni;;-Clariss- - . . , j f - - . ( , "... it - - t 1. orr;nAc0Qt'E;:TfiRM'sf : ..... lln U ; ' ' - i J .4 1 on tho cbm paratlvo value or tno Hen anu anentas November 21, proaucers. Jiia observations wero qkr j Fork: Amorican to three hens and threo ducks,. limited Bishop L. E. HARRINGTON, at ofllco m11 an of of. fViA on m f UriA nntvin1 Vi o f rV your; Tho successful establishing with communication ace. being opened and El and, time in the month of February. Dur-- ; a matter of gratnlatlon; truly city, is success of thq Ing tho following autumn the ducks laid-- ' back tbo long may tho "wire flash Fork. American of J two Hundred and twenty-fir- e enierpriaipsc w they eggsj BXtlQfTAT.f YOtTNO. recommencea laying in February, ana I 1 tXako Kilt u' - v; . Great ofAmerican CUjVo continued to do so until the middle of. Fork: To the Bishop and people t The hens laid no eggs during August. comon your telegraphic I congratulate you the but began in January, and munication with Great Salt JLake City and tho. 101 1 autumn, on about tne middle or August. Tno omeTcrxlgry sillTH. totals of each at that time were the principals hens two hundred and eggs;- SpringvUle, Kov. 21, '1S07. tne ducics, six Hundred and seventeen. PItESIDENT YOUNGiphV M. Comaille next examined the nutri-xinTwinpdthfl ofllcciere at half past clcht tho ( tivo value of each kind of egg. and a.m. Wm. Bryan .Is, for tho x ivxira round tnem neany equal m tnat respect. uw operaior, avegurus, Hence the duck is far more' profitable epui. V A. MTLTON MUSSEIt. jt tnau tno hen; i mm i 21. V SpringvUle, Nov. A Novel Cure fob Sea Sickness. PRESIDENT B. YOUNG, GrceUng- :of God and tho breth- Mnko a mild decoction of the bark Through the blessings now are we in Instant comma of the wild cherry, about the strength ren's exertions ffl ce o tho entire Terri of witiLvonr and titration breakfast tea, and take a winebo to Wo RTcatly blessed by tho expecttory. before vevery meal for Union May peace anu uappiucss uutuu j ou, glass A. JOHNSON. three days before going to seaj on the last day taiie a mild aperient. Tnis re President's Ofllcc.Nov. 21. medy is perfectly innocent, and we are i Bishop A. JOHNSON. Sprlngvillc: assured, says the San Francisco Bulletin r?ClVel, Yonr oonrAtulatbrx bo mMfig by a person wlio, bavin gauffered during realized, his 3Iay yourexpectaUomever more than whole lifelfrom sea sickness while and tho electric lluld bring tho wclcomo iuteiligenco of ' your gTO wing prosperity... traveling on the' ocean, that it is perfect: YOUNGJ " BHIGHAI ; ;. ly efficaciOUS. City, resident's Office, Great Salt like 1807. I Pnjrixi Academy or Bclonceoi -- ; t . ' - ! :'-- ' : . i i m , E S T B E IS H;ME NT BEE ACHED, . : K r i J L . A - . "CARPETS, . fifty-seven ! I ! . tlmo-bQln- c, eni u V""'W ; a j : 3 1 S . ; f UBPENTIE,;- AXE9i - - 'gf r-- full !. v - i 4 ;i T i - - v.' i . - y SHOES.... ).' CLOTHING, INFORMSIB " if- - ..jl.vJ--- IBK1Y:.:;MK0093 ' i J . . HATS.1 . j . . j i PLOWS, SPADES, SHOVELS, - . KNIVES . - r & ' . - w- or. j t.? 5, . j . ' - " r - Hr, 1; : , ;: 1 A 1 n " i- & it v ! - f."' ,V' z'Aiisi u ',T - S PATRONS. THAT HE HAS A fSAS,,;; FOBKS, ' .1: And4 numerous Mother Articles, all of conV ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES Ntw Offices. as Vili bo bccu by the will sell CHEAP. which t they this in f . number, gratulatory messages published YESTERDAY. BY STAGE r , BOOTS: i, - 1 ' r i : A 4 fi r r ri j new telegraph ofllccs, on tho Dcscret Telegraph -- if From tho East Samuel Brandon, John FosFork and ter. '1 f Lino, have been opened attoAmerican .t .rr;:OTNOTAKTLYONi It. P. Lamb. these an ofllco was SpringvUle. In addition on 'I and To tho North Jerry Cope, J. B. Kinney. E. .r at Kaysville, north,we the 8th Inst.;one ? r 'i opened 'r," f Is unrry, lien, iiampton. to press learn that as we aro going firiHEY liaveal6a Gootl Assortment of tho f To tho West Mrs. Lamareaux, Chas. Coll. Spanisn Fork. opened atothers 'a will opened soon, thereby Several number of rapidly growing settlements w CALENDAR FOB NOVEMBER , J with all the principal ii In direct communication . rrrrJi VTo tho tho of Territory-congratulate Sarts X of those places in having put within ' ' full benents of tho telegraphic JJ their reach the ft i:5BICJB0l--'QEEATLY,- r EEDuCED " wire, it. First Quarter, 4th day, Ch. Sm. A.M. if tho On TheJLtrical. comedy Tuesday night Full Moon, 11th day. 6& lOm.' P.M. B of "Meg's diversion" was presented for" the Last Quarter, 18th day, 9h. 37m. A.M. firsttimc- - It Isagood comedy, was very well Now MoonSoth day, 0ht 42m, AM. .1 Perlceo lid 2h. AJI. . .J. il 2d. 7h. J i U. . played, and will do to repeat at an1 early date. -- ApoceoGOd. & jCUbba'i : ;t j (WiIcox unlhi IT tniMj Sketches In Indla followed and made an Apogee jjb zl'c.zo c;ii si nib 0 ih-c- jlhoA;A Mr limited amount of mtrtn. Amy and Mr. Stono and tho company wero very successful In both T 14 Moon's Signill cation r. I. A)k .t LI. UNDERRUNNER STRAUB'S r pieces. ;. 93 : of ; 0 eg T tho sensation play, in flvo acts, en of of placo at - iT ' M If kK M . T 1 I' 2 titled 'lllack Sheep, or tho Brand of Society".- M W jN"oon.Signs. will be plyed fortne n rat time, it is a very"J ' , h m hm c;.fl Ll:a fLo!j crlJ r;o (r. -pi ay, 'Witn mo lnciaents soIsnumerous ijjoip, exciung Knees Hams 0 30 457 "'f ' and well arranged that tho Interest sustained 2 Si 20, 31 0 31 450 .mronguout. r- - f - v ? tj , r,--.- 5 i ; V -fc ;rtj-'??- r v ,5- i ; " i pla-dng- . S V SUPERLATIVE 4, ,. r Af ') i i J u fi---To-nl- - t 1? t i m f- -- 3 Jordan Iriuoatio:! Compact. On Wednes- day, the.iath Inst., Messrs. G. A. Smith, Knoch Ileese, A. H. Raleigh, G. B. Wallace, It. I-Campbell and Wllford 'WobdrufT, members of the Board of the Jordan Irrigation Company, rxcompanled by Messrs. Joseph A. Young, d IT, liasselt and B. Roberts, with other members of tho Company, made an excursion 6 tho canals and embankments constructed on tbo west side of tho Jordan. Tbey round tbat tbo canals bad been excellently located, but that they need on- Iftrcrlncr tr rnnrnv n. Rnfllrlfnt nnantltvof xva.tv and they decided that it would bo necessary to dispense with tho reservoir, tho water In which This latter by evaporation. rapidly Will bo disappears done by constructing canals around what has been ttie reservoir: and tho land which was thus occrrbled, amounting to several huu dred acres, will be converted Into meadow laud. On thunoxt evening, Thursday, 2lst,tho Directors and a considerable number of tho members met and rvsoived to widen tho canal from fifteen feet at the bottom to tweutv feet, with tho desides to slope at an anuto of. thlrty-thre- o grees, thereby securiog them against slipping in. The earth thus taken out, will bo rused. to and lighten tho embankment on strengthen the east sido of the canal, wherever it is found necessary; which will carry tho water from one and a hatf to two feet higher than it now docs. Xor this purpo tev determined to levy a rato of $2 per acre on the Jand to be benefitted by tho work. This action of. tho Board of Directorss will, we have no doubt, bo highly tatlsfactory,-awell to ail who nave tat; en up . , , , laxd west interesting of tho river. , , j - J -- u ' ; ' ' ; ' ; . 0 2 13 ' T w 141T 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 23 iu n T W F S-- S 24 25 " 0 8:; r 07 54 24 BreastStomach DrlO Heart & Back 17 BowblsW. Belly W58 " 7 20 3 Belns & Loins 24 Secret Members 14 29 13 27 10 35 6 3 lJ 24 36 :jo 10 W 4 2Sj T 30 K 38 J Feet & Toes 15 T16 Head And. FaW 43 35 Neck. & Throat V 60 Jti 23 Arms. Should'rs 29 27 F Legs & Ankles tLi-:iili'MM'.- 15- - M 28 20 T io; 29 : iJm - j . 10. 28 111 3 ri 31 49 58 61 A - t JTiiertak:ers DeTartmezxt '. ' i . 0 32 454 0 34 453 6 35 462 6 80 451 0 37 450 0 38 449 0 40 448 0 41 447 0142 440 0 43 445 0144 444 0 46 443 6 47 0 48 0 49 0 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 61 53 64 65 5G s . 67 430 0 68 485 - ! - - : mrm 7', Ml1!1. r,t -- v--i L T I DJ & C - , ; i ; Tli4f r i K U A m , or immcA D ; J ". !"" 'J'.; L0 Wtl - 7 7 i II A,.-- V. V- J . ' r v H; , f - JJ 4 XL . r i - - - fi 'T, i i TTT H ERE A S, by the resignation of, Joseph 9, VY Uurdoelr, a vacancy has occurred In; the Office of Renresentntlvo in the Legislature of r , v Liio . jLCiiiiuijf vi4UJf jvuw , vyxj.kj ' . .v-.; Wasatch. T Therefore, It Is' ordered that a Rrjeclal Election- be held on the Second Monday in December -next. In:. the; said county of Ycratch.1 for tho h to tno purpose of choosing one itcprcsentauve ' ' . . . Iieglslatlve AcsornblyJ 4 Qach Election shall bo held at tno c:mO' pre and .be covsrned In ell rerpectji -b tho j came rerralatlono, tuj otner elections. ; In wltncca 7hcrcof I havo hereunto myj ;J band and affixedd-- ytho rrrct ceal cf U:o Territory of Novcntr. A.D. 1Z: 7r' u of Utah; this 7th ' . : i. . 1 ; -- - i i . . -- '' and Qaicli Salca . i". -t 5 -- SEK'THE 1M. - '- X.' ml J IS THEIR MOTTO.. dl-l- y !(t,'fli 1 r :o: C AliL-AN- ,t.-- iA r invited to icall an&r little-r-ar- e -- i ft i. ' -- BO , . l 3 434 7 4 434 i 'mm. m - And a Complete Assortment of the 7- - t i i i grjQJ'!SPf :IlgXF.nT.i,p ' t 435 Hips & Thighs o;& 7- -0 435 Knees & Hams 7 2 434 Grnall EroGto 41 4.. i , T CE2 0 Double Turbine Water Wbicelisi 442 441 440 489 439 438 438 437 436 . , : I .15 .110 s 12 u.' fA v-uj- od cssT21 4 M 14 5 T 20 6 W; 8 7 T, 21 4 8 S1 17 0 1 10 11 M 15 -- ' 4 , 840 . Y . m. f . . - : ... 3 Vri'Ov 35lO;H IIT3D, . , a ... . f , . 1 5 - f . ' . ; - 4 4 ' - H j1 tl , . - , U4MOV4" VV DUlUIir:. . . , . . - ,1 ( i i - j I',..:, r"", " ' - -- -. t . 4 I ' !