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C. M. I. COLUMN. not in the Drinciples themselvts. ) Trustee bad found that it was impossible without as desired, work the continue to For the last few years this people nan He would been going en in the ways ef the world; some additional assistance. Elders assembled, and the to would we Bishops say go this must be changed, er :o: or was down, as we deserved te do. All things that a united effort wouldrequired, to be have on the earth belonged to the Lord, and some of the workmen WI ARE DOING BUSINESS VH we he required us to be faithful in the use dismissed. He did et consider makin before God, be should justified of them. All things we have perish The with the using. We are looking to the ing a slow job of these Temples should take hold of this work as Saints true the as the grave glory beyond riches. Tke Lord would impart to II is if it were their own, determined that it AND should be pushed through, and tnat people, if they would hearken to Him, be should it pro the wisdom te obtain on abundance of every workman upon ne consiu-ere- d wealth, not to use in follj, but for the perly remunerated, inougtt that many of the Saints ought to benefit of mankind and His glory. Would our traffic with the world cease? eome forward and work on that Temple Are now open for Wholesaling as well ai Retailing. We beg to eall A ' Of course not. But we would organize without pay. The first of our expendiw me eur of iuv . 'he in be mat should ture jaci jjuunu, payment be not in would we so that competition wit h one another, but the products of Tiihing, that the house of .the Lord OUR HOUSE LARGEST IN OGDEK.; all eur labor, by combined efforts, would might be built, aud those who attended be applied for the good of the whole.and to this would be blest far more abundantHe Our lias of our surplus be sold in the bet markets. ly than by taking the other course. enthut God would restrain our failed individual which prayed by GOODS, Enterprises efforts could be made a success by the emies, so that we might be permitted t CXOTII5XG, aid of the Order.' Wouldour merchants finish these Temples, and receive the HATS to be thereiu.both ordinances performed be worse off? Seme of tbem ought to be. Our merchants, the merchants of for the living and the dead. the Order, would not be worse off, but rutsr. i. H WKLLS (.SISOC'EKIES, Bit would apply their talents honestly for wo had progressed faster in the Said the good of Ihe whele and not for selbuilding of the Temple iu this city since PROVISIONS, Et,; fishness and deception to turn a the commencement of ihe Temple at St. OUR GOODS, I that the We fin should COMPLETE. ARE inpenny. was before. It we did than little object: ns that arose existed on'y George cumbent upon us while we lived, to do in our imagination. dKBtiTixa or .Every ui.iu should all in our to esta.dih t he kingdom .Possible set his mind, in entering this Ord-- r, to which Godpower h'.d commenced cm the earth. t act honestly, and vote according to the The usked the Uuited was why THE CHOICEST STYLES real sentiments of his heart, making Orderquestion was nut forward before. Are prepared to lo the most extensive trade in this City mutual concessions for mutual advanta- He knew that it brought had teea in the mind f And ratttnu f ges. Some capitalists would object to the President for the last twenty yeurs, putting means into this Order, because but I be people had not been prepared on wishing to leave it, they could only for it. For the few years we bad drtw out fifty per cent, of their invest- been adopting a past the reverse policy lVronlen, ment and its dividend. He could not of that wiiicU the Presidentvery hail advoLawiit. see the justice of investing capita) with cated, and were becoming less and leu Gingham, the labor of stout hearts and willing Belt' person sustaining , ; Any hands, and then, by and by drawing the could see that to producethinking im mere and whole of it away from the. Order, lie port less would be good policy. This come had God the time ibat praised would to the nation at large, and when His servant Brigham bad turned also to apply this people. The Lord's waywas AJf A the key on the hearts of the people, the best way. There was dissatisfaction to receive were prepared whereby they in the world's way among the people of these things, and he prayed God that the world GI5ERAL ASSORTMENT 01 themselves; hence the strikes, o:the spirit of it would grow aud increase the etc. Societies, Granger's People upon them. prayed that the will of God might be PRESIDENT JOSEPH YOUK9 Tbe best place in town for a done en earth as it was done in heaven. Said he fully endorsed what had been If we meant this, why should we not advanced during this Conference. The take a course to bring it about? ' We question was asked, do we give up our could only do this by commencing to ac agency, in this matter ? JN'o, we do not. commodate our views to tho Lord's, and What objection could rational beings have our ways to His ways, that we might be OF with Him in establishing His to our surrendering a portion of our inWhenever the Lord had redividual rights, for the benefit of the kingdom. First-Glaswhole people? The speaker' then showed vealed His will to mankind, he had said CLOTHING IN 8REAT VARIETY. that we should be willing to obey the something about the management of tern Creator and organizer of the universe, poral things, and His ways were differ who had sent us here to prepare us for ent from those of the world. We should AS LOW AS ANYWHERE Iff UTAH. exaltation in His presence, and pro- conform to His will in all thing, and not ceeded to show the advantages of uniting mock htm with feigned words. And if our labor instead of working apart; and the earth is the Lord s and the fulness of producing enr food and clething, thereof, we should be willing for him to ourselves, in the place of sending our dictate in temporal as well as spiritual raw material away and importing arti- things. If the people would enter into M-ctrlsLet . cles of foreign production, so that from the Order of the Lord, He would exalt a shoe B ring to the covering of the them. Not that tliev would men out of crown of the head, we should be adorn- utud hovels into silver palaces, but their ed with the beauty of the work of our condition would be bettered, every one FORGET Ladies', Misses', asd Children's would find something to do in their own own hands. and Tnuiuifcd Hata Coodi, Fanej sphere, for the general welfare. In PRESIDENT BRIGHAM YOUNG we labored to a at things many present Said he would oceupy a few minutes . WOODMAXSEE. Much time, particu on this subject of yielding up our will to great disadvantage. was win'er wasted. season, Urlyintbe that of another. Our volition could not nnd thousands lay idle when they might be taken away. Let it be guided and be put to some profitable employment, directed in the way it should go. You If the United Order were carried out in might as well try to destroy the temper reason according to its design, these as take away the will of an individual. A FBLL STOCK Of would be removed and CICARS. When we yield' ourselves to obey Ihe temporal evils hundreds thousands would be eleand manwe exercise our of truth, principles Patent Medicines, while none would be injured or hood and freedom just as much as te go vated, of their freedom or their rights. deprived into the gambling shop or drinking saTOILET ARTICLESi-V:'4- J mista es might be made, and LIQUORS loon. Democracy in this country meant Although for which into persons put positions opposition, and some seemed to think tiiey were unfit, he looked for Ihe yet they had no freedom unless they opposed happiest results, aud all these errors Hardware, Staple Drags, Notions, what was presented to them by others. could he rectified ns time and expert Paper Hangings, Queen's-War- e, This was folly. There was jus' as jiuch enee made possible. Instead of turow- freedom in being obedient, to God as to Saddles, Har. Glass-war; ing obstacles in tho way we should all C. give way to folly, passhn and wickedenter into it and strive to make it a sue Harness trimand ness ness. She 9j)tlcu gwtttfoH. Charles XV. Penrose. Editor mur. aud hHaiiioM xiin., utaii. Saturday Evening, Maj FORTY-EOCKT- t, 1S74. AXXIAL II COXFEKEXCE. fchoir sang Fridaj, " 10 a.m. : : "An Angel from on high The long, long silenoe brcte.'' l'rayer by Eldsr Albert Carringtoo. t'boir sang : - "Sweet is the work, mv GoJ, my King, To praise Tby name, give thank and sing." KLDKH WII.FOKU Said President Young, in giving Hie Conference 'he tinned Order said be wished urguaaeuts, boib for and against it, to be bruugiit forward, lie did not know t hut he would be able to advance any arguments agfiiiist ii, but would mention some objections that might be made. One ebjectton it would interfere with personal freedom. It might with the freedom of some persons who might wish to spend their time in stump speechyfying for office; it wu.-i.th- CG ' -- OUR NEW BUILDING Having Increased our Stock, IS THE OGDEN BRANCH. DRY J WOODRUKF ten for tbU WALKER BRO S. & I, I nnd ArrlrlBg! HARDWARE, SPRING. Figures lUihiccd ' to tJte Lowest utility tt. might prevent the spending of thousands ef dollars annually for the purchase of articles we could preduce here, nnd with other folly, but would not infringe on the right to do good. For yeurs we lad been preaching the very principles new introduced for our practice. He thought everybody could see ihe advantages of unity. We had been united in doctrine; we bid been one in our elections and he, had never known of any ef the men who bad been elected to office, proving defaulters. Although we Lad been united in some things, we bad yet pursued a suicidal policy in regard to importations. As a people we believe in the revelations of God concernof Babylon, ing the destruction and unless we pursued a different pelicy and united in our temporal att'niis to produce what we need, among ourteWi-H- ; we could not be prepared :or the events to come. He felt the time bad come to make a change in Zion, and that the people would receive it. It Jiud always taken wore trouble to bring the Saints to a unity in temporal things than in spiritual things, tie believed that if the veil between us and heavenly things were taken away, and we could discern the things of eternity as they are, ne one would be tried for a moment We had in regard to temporal things. been ready to submit our eternal inter ests to the 'guidance of the leaders ef this Church, .lie would ask whether ear salvatien and the blessings that reacu to the endless ages of eternity were worth a yoke of cattle, a farm, or any other of our earthly possessions? It would not be long befure we should all be culled away and have to leave these things behind us. Why then not be will ing for the Lord to control them for our temporal and eternal geod I Wickedness whs increasing, and the devil was obtaining greater power over the inhabitants of the earth, everyday. Hence the necessity for the Saints to unite in all things, temporal and spiritual, that tbey might be prepared for the great changes and judgments to come. If we do not take an interest in this work now being introduced among the Saints, we should gradually go into the dark. As God lives, a change was at the door and The Choirsang the Anthem, "0, praise What the prophets, had predi ted would come to pass, and the stone that Daniel God in His holiness." saw, the Kingdom of God, the Zion of Prayer by Elder C. C. Rich. God, would grow and arise until the 2 p.m. results foretold would be accomplished to the very letter. Choir sang; XLS KB IBASTtJS SSOW. "Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall The United Order of Zion, proposed join for our consideration, was a grand comIn work so pleasant, so divine." system, designed prehensive, Prayer by Elder ii. Vouug, Jr. to improve those who entered into it Choir satig:, financially, social', merally and to assist us in the promotion of 'Sweet is the peace the gospel briugs, every virtue, aud edncate ourselver and Te simple Hands aud irue." children in all that was worthy and dePRESIDENT GK". A. SMITH sirable. What man could oontrol his Head a portion of a revelation given to in and fashion the regard family,, habits of life", unaided by the surround- to Joseph Smith, Jan 1U, 1641, in rela If the whole people tion to the building of a tempie, and the ing community? uuite what could not they accomplish? ordinances tor ttie living and the dea l efl'orts bad only to be pel formed therein: ami proceeded Our former bsen unity of eapital. It was now de- to show that, according to this revelasigned to unite both labor and capital. tion, when the Lord commanded Hit It bad been said, that the best argument people to perform a work in U is name, in favor if mercantile co operation was, aud they were hindered by tUeir ene large dividends. Gut the effects of this mies, he required that work no longer at were not good. Moderation in all en- their hands, but would vis.t iheir eneterprises and speculations was for the mies with His wrath and indignation. best interest of all. The cupidity that The speaker described the difficulties was encouraged by the prospects of under which the Nauvoo Temple was large pmfits appealed to the lowest in- erected; the building being tinu ly restincts of our nature. Fair wages for duced to ashes, after the iaiuls had labor, fair returns for the investment of left, having bten Bet on fire by one capital, were best tor the community. JosepU Aguew, who received $600 for All firms, organizations and societies the job, subscribed by the people of the implied the surrender of certain individ- su rounding towns. He then referred ual rights and privileges for the benefit io the commencement cf the building ef of all. Without this there could be no a Temple at tnis place, ana to the oppogovernment; k was designed to tinite sition always stirred up by the Adverand organize the whole people so that sary when work was performed upon it. the results should accrue to the common He described the nature and extent of good, and not be for the aggrandizement the work which bad been going on for of a few who were able to take advan- some time on this Temple, and the extage of those who hai less ability to pense thereof. It was the duty of the The spirit of the gospel was, Saints to continue the work. President scheme. every one for the whole people and God Young, two years ago, had dedicated a iot for a Temple, at St. G.orge, and for us all. The Uuited Order was a mutual insurance association, a mutual Ihe erection i f it had proceeded wnh educational system, for t e benefit of extraurdiu .ry euerpy on the part of ihe the industrious and their children aud brethren in me tuih. During the past children' children, every child born in- winter, l'rest. Young, though ovrrwork-e- d and advjuce t lu yeais, cuulj be to the Order being a member of and having an interest therein. Who is to fuuud five d iy out of tii. eh those Tembe the judge of what people need tor ple walls, giving direction to the work-- n their euppori! Themselves if they judge ei. and ..elpiug on the structure by all The Tempie is musi ti.emenos in hi power. wisely, and if not, somebody el-- e judge for them. The word of the Lord Mlx'Jl it., and 00 ft. high, an built f to us was to change our front, to live abtautift.l red taud.-totiihe foundin the spirit of the gospel, and love our turn being made substan lal by the aid All the details of a very ir,je quant ity of volcanic rock, neighbors as ourselves. f ihi organization ould not b xp a:n-e- d which had beeu pounded into Hie uiiner..! nor undeistood at oace. If any one soil to prevent ih destruction of lime dout.ted the final success of tliett princi- stone and othi r rock, which would hve ples ilia doubt a as founded in bis own been consequent upon the insertion of wt iknr-- , nnd the weakness of otbert, the latter in il f that character. The : -- BRO'S. WALKER Prim, Orsandn, Peque. & CO., WOOMANSEE'S STORE! East Side Main Street, Ogden; " -:- Dry Goods I GENERAL ASSORTMENT merchandise s PRICES PRODUCE TAKEN . HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, At tlx Iliglicst ITcitea. Mil Till STOMM UOM DON'T KIEW DRUG STORK! DRUGS, GROCERIES, L. Peebles, Prescription Dntggist, e, cess. PREST Said about 'M volunteers were wanted logo o St. Georpe and put up ihe Temp.e Walls It woiiid lake some yeurs to b'uld the. lemi'le iirre, but thai at George was mucli em itter, and be would like to Fee it enclosed next winter. An invitation was id uded to all who wishel io tnke their tools nnd go down iheie to assist m ihe work, as a doua NEW STORE. Ta-War- e. . The wife of a UborT named Overed, living at Wick, Somerseishire, EcgUnd. gave birth lo Hi ee boys on April 14, aud. to a tour' n on the tolloning day. Only two, however, are now alive. CONFERENCE UTAH CENTRAL TKAINS. tf d-- , . STCCK. W. T. BAKK1. 3. HORROCKS, tl tion. Choir sang the Anthem, "Daughter of Zion." Prayer by E.dur Lorenzo Snow. Fifth Street, Ogden, Utah. " FULL , mings, Cordage and GEO. A. SMITH HOEROCKS & BAKER, ACKXTI for Main Street, ' - - - - - - Ogden, DEALERS IN ' i eneral Merchandise. Sewing Machines, JUST ARKI VED , "'''t SPUING A NEW STOCK OF SUM3IER AND AT CELEBRATED 17-- 1 Prince Organs ! RAILROAD. y ;'! all for sale In greui variety, ARB TUB GOODS, THE LOWEST RATES. , City Drug Store! MAIN STREET, OGDEiV. fJIRAISS WILL RCN FROM PURE DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES, Ogdtn to Salt Lake During Conference, Leaving Ogden at Our nsw WAGON and MACHISam. and 8:40 a m., and returning NERY DEPARTMENT, wiHshort-l- j be opened in tke from Salt Lake at 3:40 p.m. and 6:95 p.m. FIRES for the ROUXD TRIP, $2,50 Old Tithing Office Yard. tt. h. nooriK, Tiekets good, from the 5th te the 12th instants. JAMES SHARP, Gen. Freight and Tick.t Agt. dlW-l- Miss E. J. MORRIS to ro treparkd a isubiou.bl. is u first-clas- s All erJers addressed to D. H. Feery, Ogden, will receire prompt fttlanliA ek vu iivd DRESSMAKING. ' gupt. rennmery ana louei uouus. RBrSIIES, PAIX'TS, OILS, TURFS, VAKXISIIES, A Genuine Old Scotch lYlvisliey, Old Cognac Brandy Fine Jamaica Rim auw -tf ridnc Franklin Street, between 5th and Gth Streets. SATISFACTIOX GUARAXTIKD ' JJUlCn &utin"i'jr- Fine Article of. Old Tom Gin. jtureigu iiiiu . name x-.s- ItOME, ii.a KOXEBY,RLD JA( KEl7 TI AMA1ICX 1 1C1101 r.d ASCCfel BITTERS. Wholcsolo rvncl PrtKriptUm - : mill CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMjTF. Drxuuaker, and UitiIm Ik. T. call uni ee b.r at hrr LINK OP Groceries ! Groceries I work LADIES OF OGDEN I ULL XT-otni- l- Accurately IWpareJ. VILLUS DIUfw.