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Aaxui 20. US. Mi of the nacer enlv. TT of inonTmonieora ,rrpondents names most In wk - ,,rr inv"-- ' tkn -- ,. ,7 nrs U $90,000! 1 , QrtBaaminacw. art now opeata at the Sladily M05ABCH.-YMtr- dir n,r. if.vMioh lores nd "making for its prey," upon II. smaing the ground paniaiiy sion bis klna Two of Bro. Livingston's lltUe ten and years of age, rusted ,,y but eight ttioe9if'x.CAUut " wings, and held them ,m i,h1 till assistance came, and ltwascap- luml. It nif luarw sere n feel four inches from H wing, and ii now chained In tip to tip of i rx JUgLen&garden.ln the 2Xu Ward , the returns of misslsna-r;- e ,t Homc-AmJ that of Elder Anrelios lllaer, wb t yesterday afternoon by stage. U, w, Lawrence. Esq., and J. JB. Kimball, :" arrived by stage, from their baslneas K,.'i.. ,h for a tlow. I IIEU i . 'I'M I ? PORE LEAF LARD SVa.2aiZXXsMS" XJ333f r Enterp rise Packed in Patent Air Tight Caddies of 3 lbs.y lbi., 7 lbs. and Id lbs. each. This package is entirely new and found tho most convenient ever introduced, both mr dealer and consumer, Tho trado aro invited to glvo it a trial, Alio, Manufacturers 0 5 t . - - 1. m , m LAI "? sr ' i ,J .1" CrOTUfi and CAJ5SIWERES, . i SHEETINGS, had tripped and fallen down stairs LINENS Manufacturers of "i, PATEXT 5IACIIINE ?IAIE Those wishing their Teeth preserved should ' MUSLINS, W. H H. SHARP, Dentist. i - HOME MANIXFACTURED f i - i . LOOK TO YOUR TEETH! j PAPER BAGS iroccri, 1rticgrltt, RnkfM.r. His Excellency, the Governor, !u pardoned Frederick 8 toe It fled who at the irluj U rm uf the Probate Court In this city, wti sentenced to three years in the IVniten- kw, tot larecny. Xrk k rais ix. captain ttawuns' train. e l kw)d, arrived this morning, with nearly DENIMS, passengers. There were two deaths in the Ac, TEimi plagsiea witl TAILORS TRIMMINGS, CLOTHING. 7 - . 1XT1E OXI.Y JIANlTFACTfRERS In theXORTTI WEST 1 II. II. SIIAni:AM. SILTEIt, nnd ALOAW. TTarrantejl to rItc Htisfotion. 13 1,a TEETH lnaerfed In CiOLlj NILVEIt, from lrlca' '' t BTJHBER PIRATES, at down to eUO per HET. and I i i iJLD, 810 ' The Demand for Tleketa increases and j Salle Street, ? CHICAGO, IlJ3. : d222:6m , a still sreater impetus will now nociron to tho 'ENXERIRUiE, by the arrival of a Cboles and well seleesed Sfoek af l.bnstoQ, from London. aged 73 years; and Ann tc, do.. Hiu-vuiirenitrin- . .1 -- O-i ST-LOUI- i Vfehad calls this morn HARDWARE! n to Klder Jauirs AlcOaw, who left In .May of and who arrived yeiterday with Mr. Murdoch's train. His mtslonary labors were connnei to Cngtand, and the latter part of the time he pre tuled over the Nottingham District. He left "Tf TB are In receipt of a HEAVY ASSOItT- 1 or Kuk an-- on the 4th of Juae, in charge of the ir on the John Bright, piwst'uger! F.iUfj Jacobs, who left in May, 1867, Cut and J s traveled from Laramie with Captain traiu, arriving last night, ahead ot it. tie labored in the Birmingham Conference, and aa felaed to return home this summer rn of ill health. He looks thin, but naeiauc ti health ! restored. E'Aur John Tarry, who left In May of 1S65. lit labors were confined to the Welsh District, over which he presided most of the time. Us rusaed the Athtulle in the MiiAa, in chargeof ' c tue Saints who sailed on that steamship, wtoai there were 516. He traveled from Lara- nu t tif iYAILS, Wrouglit, luwlla mie la Capt. IUwllnV train. Almon Uoblaon, who , Kitler , . N , GLASS all Sizes, - 1 ! . SOUTMRX WHITE LEAD 1ND COLOR WORKS, bu 49 ir aqT 1 i:stabli&Sied 1805. vj. (if U 11 1 lAaM" unless they are to bny drees goods or&domentlca. Bro'P BloreT'T. ' bonght at Anerbach 4. Thoasbalt not walk theRtre.els,nnlfR thy A Bro'a boots and aboes are bought at AOertfcich ; btore. shall rmt bn atJowcd tt viiit Indies nnles thy clothing couicm front AurUch t nnless thy bat are boxght at Anerlmch Uro's Btore. 7. Thou shall not walk Into tUs hoWSe, ttnless carpets, ru and mailings hid bought at thy Auerbach A Bro's Store. " 8. Thou shalt hot allow thy female houehotd or silk to go walking, unless tbelr shawls, cloth fans.bal-morparasols, cloaks, sacks, basque., furs, embroidery and aM aorta of trimskirts, are purchased at Auerbach A Bro's Store. mings 9. Thou shalt not go to bed at night, unless bedroom walls are covered with fine wall thy ,per ana ooraer, ana lay wu cuvereu wjm te California blankets, purchased at Auerbach A Bro's Store. . . PLOWS, al FORKS, I SHOVELS, 'nnleea thy soap; permmery, tooth and morning, nair brushes are bought at Auerbach A!' Bro's. ' SAWS, 2U1I and Circular, Table & Pocket Cutlery, Store. ' "' t" -.. K IA tf Hill Ladieft9 & 11. Thon shalt noj buy goods of any that iml-: ; tatea Auerbach A Bro i. F. AUERBACH & BRO'S, v Opposite WelLs, Fargo iCo's Bank and Express Office, East Temple Street, Salt Lake City. P.S. Particular attention paid to the Wholesale Trade, at the lowest figure. - Come and see - .. dlSl'gm for yourself. ; All of which will be sold Low for Cash. ' EldreflgCi&LClaTTSOu. d2192w j a, 3 fc , 1171 inquire of u EszQtn is. The obseqnies of Elder Robert Sharkey were conducted this afternoon In the 13th Ward Assembly Rooms, which were erowded with al sympathizing congregation. wuo were visibly arrected during the addresses. The speakers were President D. 1L El-ur orson Pratt, Bishop E. D. wool Wells, ley, Preal- Joseph Young, and Bishop L. W. Hardr pnt In their remarks they deplored the fatal ae. anient which had robbed ns of the society of so upright and good a citizen, and so faithmt . a:at They sympathized In fitting terms of "aooisnce with the bereared family, but dr comfort from the assurance which the Lord has r"a 03 f the rewardasina store for the faithful. husband. father, a T, Tery "siacns man ana a saint, Brother Rii y hadliTedsoastoaecora the love and r U who knew him. "respect entertained fnr him wkb mini i'tJJ2r th crowded congregation who at- j Ci. ' 48 , wlhua And Elementary Spellers, - 75, 77 cV rnicAoo, lujirois. Monteith's Geographies, t -- . . .. i Pinneo's Gracsarr, i 'f ; -'- .Talsorte2e wss very large. Xo. Idn of Dress Goods, JobImporters and White Goods ens, andWool bers of American Cottons, A ens. Flannels,' Hosiery, GIotcs R UUUUM, S ARITHhlETICS, . E. RARIIOER, .CHICAGO. R. W. HALE. ) F. A. IILNtTNEW YORK. ' - i. - - IVTAmTTiTTg, ATiTiTTIO . - 51 fix r dtttlw -- car r f Ata tit? u 'it frr. - i y. I, j e XortU Main St., St. LOUIS, Mo., jr. OREO A Co., Mannlaetnrers and Dealers in ' i Co., " S -... - B OOTS AjND SHOES, No. 500 X. Main St., St. EOEIH. " ' .4 'it- J - ' i ' " . i : 1 jv- kD ;r..,- .At - if. ..: . . , , - . . ,, . ' - St' Seoi ' ; 1 , j ' ' : St. EO EES, mo. Graham J&'ifir. JZr; ! Dealers Jn , , 2TOb. V- - : . ! v. i i :. . ;'v x j Cosl ttt OULsmiw.iAe ; B2S TTorlh 'TTafn .!. ... f r 1 ''" Tinnlrtnr-'taiaeSr- s - . -- .. SfT. TtYTYSI.' .. v ffft.' I . i ' ' . c Ol6sa & QuecrisTf ere, China, Table m INlllJUt UUILUIUM. . W0er Importeraf pf I . : DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY Palnta. Oils. XV i So. 210 3T. Second r (Bet. Fine & Olive. East Rid- - ir. TFeernonns i... , 1- ; 8EEE.TC3IED . BBOWJT, WEBER A OKATXA3I,' TmnortriiAWhrileiial'nooU,Mi - . j Lake St., CniCAGO. it . ' i Chicago. t JKIYiedmanfr ' f FRANIiEXTIIAI. A Co., . !.".!, Cliolee and PORTERS of Manufacturers TM 1 Talera In all kinds of LEAF, Wo Stegart. and tba 03T1.Y Rtaek af Hinlnsr and CUT TOBACCO. Nn. 15X,.140UTll other Tools PLCtisiMt So this Bfarltet, aOapled for : tlsct wavnta WATER ISTREST, CUOIOO, XXJU of in ttio Xerrltortea, Iiaving ana , Goods sold at New York Wholesale Prices, vj them larsrslj, , past anpplled Kara XX. BCITTJIIAnT A Ce, Watsr fanlUar wltb tbeir grants. t i ' aa dS3;8m . Barest, NEW YVRU. . $ Trimmln&i, Brnsben, Combs, Hnspend era, Violins ssd Htritfrsjs, (Stationery, Tttrends, Ac, Ac. d2hGm i- - FULL Stock of GROCKlUEa always on Importers and Jobbers of A and ORDERS FILLED with, the hand, same care and at aa favorable prices AS IF BOUGHT IN PERSON. - - a t j Mar tlrrar c and atlery , GALL AHD ift - & Co., at Spencer j Mass. Factory d229:6m 1- 1 fc C. flEi:i I. 211 : . I 8 A LT .LAKE IXO USE, I Direct Importers and Wholesalers In - i ' 1st. T.OUIS, Mol , , I ; j d223;6m i i - ' s; ZZiZi. I ! " ). AT. FOTjRTH STREET, yo. 413 (Bet. St. Charles and Locust.) f - . 1 A-e-.' ZEPHYR WORSTEDS, i i A 80 SOOTH WATEB'STBEEI1, . . Slcirs, I FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 79 Michigan Atciiuc, CHZOAOO. ; EMBROIDERIES, Hosiery, Gloves, Fans, Frencli Corsets, XiACHS, '!!"i 4 k : DRESS AND CLOAK TBIMMLNGS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, .,. Sec'y. Importer arid Jobber of i'' , UUU . ; ( WILSON'S READERS AND SPELLERS, j s v. Pres't. 7 I.AICE STREET, ;1 . MIX The Products of tuia jiioiisbjment are guarto the best manufac-' anteed eqnal in quality 4 tured in the country. orFicK amd woek! dor. Alain and Lombard Streets. Wm. IX. firegg, F. W. Roekwell, R. GUMEltSIXI., Sr., DiyGoodsJobbers r SIDLEY & ENDICOTT, sl. bleached d223;3m -- -- aJ . TVAOS TIIJBriILail2T'? fXX the Railroad or otT It? If you want your WATCHES REPAIRED, bring them on. Railroad Men. Huperlntendenta or CHICAGO TRADE. 81ioes9 Comprising BARBOUR & HALE, '. Cliildreu's SCHOOL BOOKS, h HUHTT, "HOW : and at a222;6rn : Workmen, can send by Wells, Fargo A Co's Express; they, will be returned safely packed. . WORK WARRANTED. J. MEEKS' ritVJfEElX JEWELRY STOKE. East Temple street," SaltjAke City. . dZ&lm CHOPPERS Orders flllctl ILowcst Market Promptly Hate. . . - . .Mok'A i , !i ' TRADE- - S i ,1 started Iroia la May, mr. He lea England on the ifaiwtoto,ani;travcIed with Captain Mnrdock'a . rn. Eiatrs V, 8, Grant and Jonathan Bteggel, re. turued missionaries, also came with Captain iUwJW train, and are in good health. Eider Richard Davis, of Millard, Box Elder Cuunty; and Elders Isaac Laney and Ed ward VV. Tullidge of this city, arrived with Cap-ta- ta Loveiand's train, Bro. E. B. Shoebrldge traveled with this train, and acted aa Clerk t; the company. V TatpMFU. . D. Watt, Esq., brought to our 'ice to day a skein of silk of home xnauufao-tur. The esgs were laid, the worms hatched, t'cocoons made and this silk spun by hand. all done in his own house. The silk la of a uca. traw color, and the skein weighs one ounce. This Is a triumph, and Js really the In a?aration of a new branch of wealthereaUng muustry among our people. t rottier Watt says that silfe U ranch master to spin by hand than either hemp, cot n, wqoI or Cax. Go ahead, George, your per- eraace merits suecesa, . A Bio TniNu. Mark Croaali, Esq Bnslneas -laayger of the Western Union Telegraph hr'c. kindly handed us a telearam Inst re-' Tcd trom Sweetwater, by which we learm oxer and Eddj's mill has made two i oaa-up- a of the Carlso ledge, the first one scattering 162 tons of rock, averaging twenty. lo the ton; the other, 80 ton (bet- '"c" wging uny dollars to the ton. Aj, weekly mall commenced running from He. nf In kind nl pooris, nnlesn they are ioagnt at Auerbach Bro s more. 2. Thou Shalt hot use gloves, h'8. Handkerchiefs and fancy goot!. unlew tiieywiuie from best, only $3,50 dl21Vly GROCERIES. i Elokksi Aaaivan. - the- WE TABLE PRODUCE! Wm. SLOAN &. Co. J th Miio lng returned missionaries. iKfrm whom we wi re atatt once more meet ;o- ;- LEATHER! LEATHER !! BAIiRS, I W.JOELc& Lovo-i.ir.a- 's OIL drug; paint, II - i- Women's Shoes, Children's Shoes. j , inii i BOOTS OF ALL KINDS AT LOW PRICES nt ' B 3E0GANS, A TEETH Extracted with Aitronw Oxide BDKNHAMS & VAN SCHAACK, Qss, writhout iMtim Alao Electricity, we are selling at Private abd Public Bale Chloroform and Etherlal Spray, or irn.agfdTtjears. The train left oa the 2Sth Which tnan anr other llonsevln tba Territorv. Freealng Proccaa used. But I recomf July, aai luUt over two days by the way, wjwer Wholesale c 21 in the The mend TCltrona Oxide as tlio most plea-Mmaking trip traveling days. pas' sue tiT TllIKTY DATN. CIOHt out looiscd cheerfnl, healthy, and in good meager and smreat way of having' TeetU Ex .ua.Utioc . tracted WITHOUT PA1X! j Captain Chester Lovetand's train, af 40 wag Solo Retmlar Dats. Tuesdnf. W. H. H. SHAEP, S.D., oo, and aixQt 40Q passengers, arriTed this xternoon. They had three deaths during the Tliurulay and Saturday, at ' ! And Surgeon A Meelinnical Bcntist. two infanta, and one aged woman. O CIOCK. TiiU train a!.to left on the CSth nlL,and laid over Office One Ooer East of "Desert t Evening News." 1 noon days, during one of which the Indian d222;2m G:LASS bunt occurred, to retake the animals stampeded 7 the savagem, mentioned in Captain S. CO.i NoL :1 & 3 RANDOLPH ST., letter published a low days ago. The ani ! EMPORIUM PEOPLE'S . (Corner of Michigan Avenue.) uiais that were run off. and the teamsters who LX1 lm Anetloctee and killed looked the them Indians, captured w ir they could endure the same again, and not CHICAGO- - ILLINOIS. THE ELKVT1N COMMAOTMENTB! iffermoeh. tare rale City to this city: Sarah ft 2BECST! East Temple Street. . ' - j SI 3D AT THE I itrrvFt. tympany from O O Gr FOU . Country! I : i ! sfc j f. I'resident PROGRESSING -m r--....: in jthe Keep Money .sx " Vi ,; ; Ocneral Agrcnts for Vlali. d211-3- m I . DRESS PATTERN. 1 WALKER BROTHERS, i - I,. HUNT, . Ws Hills and TYcolea I e All Eosses n!Jnled and paid at the Gen . eral Agenoy. PURE NEATSFOOT OIX, j - I A. J. RALSTON. Secretary, in ; j Special attention given to orders from Utah. SB f : Instiranco effected on Farm Property. at Merchandise, Risks and Dwellings ' Reduced Rates. 1 j is to or;pnai Lake City, for the Territory of Utah. Gold or Policies issued, payable either- in Currency as may be desired. ; TOR 1.TJBRICATXNO, xxsaxssit oe Flouring" Mills, Saw n MlHsV EXTRA LARD I INSURANCE COMPANY rpHIS X has established a General Agency In Salt well-know- ; Comprising, GapM& Assets j Gold, $1,433,037.81 j ' ii .h r Packers of d21Sfc2w . INSURANCE COWiPANYv Comm ercial ai- - just Opened CLOTHING, &ci, veitrly.whle uescendlngwlthhl child la his nrnH, nd that in saving the child from being hurt, he had a rib broken. We hope to see him v' IN HMALL BOrriiES, by Fine lot of Women's and f. Clilldrcn'N Shoe? and Mcn and Boy's IS op Ik and Bro-gn- Dry Ooodls last night to learn that oar ft?med Delegate to CongTess, Hon. W. II. Von around again. ; X I ong Uocper, YORK STORE, NINETY TIIOUSAND DOLLARS ' WORTH OF - t:? to tee East. ws vrs&s grieved urana -- Of San 'Franciscp, California. J: n, , ar-itv- is ,1 SOLE AGENTS FOR UTAH ! imtn munificent specimen of an eagle soaring abore hi11 chtcKeo m ia garden of James Elrlng-sU,- 2t vrxd t OLD i Flower. Toe locust trees in place are !n ifiwer, as in Spring, which with the increasing PAClWl. : i" BASSETT & ROBERTS rn Boctii , By Deeeret Telegraph we that trie grasshoppers are In 8U Qeorgc irsareas far down a Virgin Hill, near the gaj i9 lltAlStO i Sewing I Macliiufe WL, s vt; uing MACHINES . supposed to eccar between th first- and ati years "between- the tii.ui of fruit and shade trees, of delicate green. g've a recallar appearance, at this season, to ur shade trees and gardens. Themcest Yousa and company left Ogdea r Brigham City at 10:30 am., and arrived at tVUtard Ctty mt 1 p.m. They remained there for dtttner. and will reach Brigham City this SEVIHG FAMILY 1 JUST RECEIVED. . Alaop: ; th a evening to Bee the great play of niabtn." presented lor the lint time, and v mi luce in the title role made famous by ,torl nod Mrs. Bowers. A lapse of three iesx-B'- t m I We hope to see a crowded rtTBic.ii ' BAfi&M!!! BARGAINS!! FAIRBANK, PECK &C0. No. U Xa Sail St.1, . 01XTOA.0 o, - - . ' TTTnyoij DITCH'S & &0BBB SINGER'S", I -- ANB OTIXSXl nXATTXHZS. ftiaw"wv CHICAGO TRADE A FEW OF NOTICE OF N. S. RANSOHOFF APfli: LL WHOM IT ilAY CONCERN we notify . - Hereby, that our partnership will Wiro ; Aon the First of January next, and nKJ5Bfm", request, any and everybody selves indebted to ns, by note or otherwise, to setUe within (tiO) sixty days from this date, save expenses, as at that time all claims musi be given Into the hands of onr attorney for ; collection. N. 8. RANSOHOKF Co. dl&5:s45:2mea Salt Lake City, July 9, 1868. " , i ?