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aim $unrticn. Sire ...lab.dKVKRS EVENING, Sandar. excepted. St. bj toe won rwuMB" (jgiji W. PEN'ROEK. Editoi ' je of teaching, ud Bueme W.d Uafcager. be one 'of the .kin.e attended to. Wanted par- and see whether t to visit schools, children were properly seated, situated, and rightly inComfortably Bew country, where In ducted. be produced, there erjtbing had to a good deal of a hurry g naturally confusion. But we d consequently should exercise economy and prudence . not send East for seats if we, could Ahout $5,000,000 naka them here. our through annually passed Isstitution for the purchase of A great deal floods of various kinds. be saved' to the Territory this might of In and BV economy which wou.d arisa regard to questions United about the management ofUhe out written be might Order, they He and forwarded to headquarters. would sy to the Saints, when the spirit testof ihe holy gospel which had born had we received, the to principles imony made manifest that the principles of this Order were correct they should receive it with joy and thanksgiving, and determined to make it a press forward Frest. Smith concluded by reluccess. meloturning thanks to the choir for the and had, made, which invoking they dy the blessing of God upon the congregat- ' ' ion. PEE3IDENT BKIGHAM YOUNd things to say, and would com nienceon the matter of school teaching. His view was that whenever we found a community with children enough to form a school, we should generally also find in it some person qualified to teach them. One necessary qualification to be able to impart what they did understand, to their hearers, so that they weuld understand; another was the power to govern and control; to control others properly a person must govern and control himself or herself. Instead of employing "machines" for living beings He knew of but very few were wanted. who had the selection of who understood bow to make a proper choice. A boy or girl who could be seen taking a pleasure in imparting to other children what be or sha had learned at school, if also blest with a governing influence, would make a natural teacher and outstrip the scientific machines, in learning and in teaching. He rejoiced in the prospect of seeing an Order established which wouldjolassify the people so that every person would find their proper sphere of action. He would answer the question w9y litis Order was not in-- 1 troduced before, by saying, because the people had not eyes to see, nnr ears to hear it before. He had always striven, in public and private, to inculcate the necessity of the Saints becoming one in all things. It was anticipated that we should be able to do our own g and Lave the compositing done by ladies: also that the old, cumbersome orthography would be abolished and the phonetic system introduced. lie showed the evils of printer's unions, which were a barrier to the employment of ladies; the folly of a man measuring out ribbons; the qualifications of ladies for and other light employHad a few school-teacher- school-teacher- book-pHntin- six-fo- Iteok-keepi- ments. tended He differed from those who con- that ladies were the equals of in all things. In some things they would outstrip the males, every time, but for other capacities they were unfitted. Taking up the question of sacrifice he showed that there were two opposing in fluences in tfee world, life and death, light and darkness, truth and error, the power of Uod and that of the Evil One. and all that was required was to dismiss the spirit which led to evil and darkness, Hd be guided by the spirit of truth and light. This was the only sacrifice of us As to riches, it was not money, but the love of it, which was the "root of all evil " All the riches that eould be produced, could be used for the benefit of mankind and the beautifying ot the earth. There must be a literal kingdom of God established upon the earth, and Jesus 'niuH reign without a rival, and if we would carry out His plan of salvation He would make us heirs of all things all hights, depths, breadths and the riches of eternity. This was the people spoken of by the Lord and His prophets, who were to build np and beautify His Zion. What we needed now as to follow instruction and to proceed accomplish the work. How wag this to be done? Have all things common! We must come to a union exactly. ia temporal things as in spiritual things, sad God would bring the honest from "ery nation end tongue te Zion, and ey would learn of Him and build up Bis kingdom. He concluded by blessing 'hose who had and these who M heard, wh preached had sang and played on 'he organ, and all the Latter-dnSaints very where, and by praying them all to bo mat the light and inspiration of Jod would always ret upon them. Choir sang the anthem, "Gloriata." men I H day of October, 1874, at 10 a. m., in same place. Benediction by Prest. Geo. A. Smith. Victoria Wocduull. This famous agi tator and social "reformer," arrived at Salt Lake, last" Saturday evening, in ' company with her present husband. Col. Blood. Her sister Tennie has been en gaged for several days, iu a preliminary skirmish, preparing tha way for the coming of the conquering shero. Vic.'r will lecture in the Theatre, Tuesday evening.' For subject and par ticulars see advertisement. It i3 exDect- ed the House will be crowded. Although not endorsing some of Mrs. Woodhull's social theories, the press at every point on her way westward, hava- - accorded her originality, brilliaut oratorical powers, fearful advocacy of unorthodox ideas, and tremendous influence ever her audiences. The following from the Detroit Union, will gi?e some impression of the Woodhull and her lecture : A tremendous audience greeted Mrs. Woodhull at St. Andrew's Hall last night Every inch of sitting room and Her ad standing room whs occupied. dress consisted of a series of hits, some of them very poiuted, and some, very She complained, (very just powerful'. ly, ot the fact that the editors of the morning papers all called on her 'o express their entire concurrence, pei non- ally, with her doctriues, and then ei'her ireaieu her witb contempt or lied about her iu their papers. She apologized tor what she bad said that might be construed hits a lack of veneration for Christ. She was a religious woman, and Havered Him and His doctrines. ' but she despised the hypocrites wno had His nauin furever on their lips, but had none of His principles in tbeir hearts. She said it was a disgrace to the city that Mayor Moffat had to speak of the number of prostitutes living litre. They must be debauched and prostiMen must be iluir tution by men. partners in guilt. She would say to lite ladies of Del roit, batter down their doors Say to them, '"Our husbands, eur brothers and our fatheis have debauched you; those who are near and dear to us have injured you. Therefor you are our sisters, and we will Bland by you." This, she said, would end prostitution. "Your said she, "are not houses of maintained by your young men nd boys, old sinners but by your hoary-heaue- d who have become so debauched' that they have no natural passions left."4 There was a sensation for a moment among the gray haired men. A dyer might have doue a good business with a ( lightning article just then, She said she asked no man or woman about their pxst life. Her question was, How much of God have you left in you? W hat can you do now? There were a great many ladies pres ent. Her conversation was very plain, but not in any sense gross. She said, To the pure all things are pure. The most revolting thing in nature is taken by the chemist, its elements analyzed and its purposes ascertained. But to the obscene mind, everything is vulgar because seen threugh vulgar ' ' eyes. After the lecture, hundreds or men crowded round the stage t0 6ee and speak to her. One man claimed the attention of the audience to say it wag the grandest thing he had seen during the Christian era. He didn't say whether he had seen it surpassed daring Pagan times or not. On the whole she was well pleased with her audience and pleased tbem in return. VICTORIA C . EAILWAY.1 ,: The direct route from Omaha to Chicago , and the East, , f Kill lecture at the WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. j Two THEATRE, . OK . '"' n, Mm 1 I tT" -- - Regular Th,t re rates, Bailwara, pane- - ., n?rs havinz choice ef Root Kast of . , Chicago. CHECKED TireOCGII TO AIX tiSXEHX CITIES. : ; . t t 't, Mrs. JL BOWJUXG Eeturi. htt aincere tliankj to tli Ladies of Ogdcix And it. vicinity, fur the liberal .Uare of patroa-a- g aud extouiieij to Iter during ttie pant begi) to cull tlieir atteutiuu to her Dew itovk of vr, i ,'in0 rot,T.M FiaUtd SI'ltllVCJ GOODS f Con.istinf j Hats, Bonnets, Feathers, Flowers, liibbons, etc aita N. tin huud. Que aud and liuder Cliithinir.alwtty. half Lluckn north of Z.C.U.t. ! M. JJOWRlJiG. ; All kinds of Household goods, for the Drawing Uoora, Kitclien or Styles of LookiHg: Glasses, Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Cornices, and other articles to adorm . "1' and beautify Happy Honifts. I ! . I. ;C6's.. 31 A the Uuited State, a. a FIRST CLASS HOTEL j , . NEW STOBB, IX STUKKT. OUD. EAST SIDK THE: OGDEN HOUSE thrauhuut t Ever Offered in this Market, IX XOW OX EXHIBITION, AND FOR SAMS AT J. BOY KE.OPENED! Wtli fcaowB Clieat8t sleek. ef . EASTERN FURNITURE - dow npeo for the accemutodutioB of the rarelling public, having ber a Mew Ved-ltoo- . Parlor "'''' RE-FURNISH- ED Aud ' Thoroughly Renovated . SPRING BEDS A" SPECIALTY. BOARD BY THE DAT OR WEEK. Carriage ready at an; hoor, forpleatur partie to Ogden Kanvon asd other iutereatiss plauee. Proa 'Vck to and from tha Depot A. Porter ia attendance. T SCALLY, Frop'r ' dl& City Customers can be supplied daily at their Ordnr f,. lefi ai P. '0., Box 29 rrompt Attention. ceivt V I Jl LJ v.j.: i Main Street, DEALER IX Now Gootb, iiowTtirriYing for Springand Simiriior Trade. yv:) 11:- 1111 ILlliT Notions, Boots and; Shdes, HATS and CAPS. ON JZEASQNAB IfE TEEMS, ,i:',tn.:i 3. Ki DKYHOODS;OROOERIES, PROVISIONS SODA WATER. , Hi, vdl rt' " JPAXNE &' CHRISTIAN. d187J6m' AND OTHER PRODUCE GRAIN yes-trrda- y, forfifl-ciition- ' TRAINS. CONFERENCE RAILROAD. UTAH CENTRAL rjARAIKS WILL BUS FBOM Ogden to Salt Lake u r f - ,5:05 p.m. h 4 ful acknowledgements for tho very . ., . , ,::'.'!' i trading, will merit your confidence in the future, we are resolved that shall tf conduct, as increased means we possess made We havs experience. very extensive purchases in Kats and. Caps, Boots and Shoes and a large lino of Gents' all of which .... country solielted which will receive . , . . ,MiE.J.MORPtIN PREPAR15D TO BO C FIRST-CLAS- S Pre.uiakr, ai LADfES OF OGDEN T. call aid aw b.r at her r.iidae.. Frantlin Street, between 5tli and 6tli Streets. -- ( eTlONUARA!rTli:ff PARLOR 'Main Street, Ogden. ! f - tiro - ;v; f 7 CHOICE WINES, Liquors and Cigars. Pullman's Palace Sleeping1 Coaches ran tbrottri to Chicago without change. CSO. L. DUKLAP, ' riKST-- t LASS BILLIARD "ron "l 7::i0 o'clock. Lecture to TABLES. trea. Sunt, C. F. PATRICK, dl'.'6-tc. tiiyy it C.n. Pasj. A;i, C2iitao. 1st. It ,5s the HgliUst running machine - the world.- 2d. Is the quietest 8d Is the most simple. 4th. Has Ibe largest bobbin. 6th. Superior take-up- . 6th. Self adjusting Tensioa. 7th. Cannot be put out of adjustment by use. .t.isj; i ,";T '"' 8th. Great range ef work. e 9th. Will last a lifetime. , Sold by ,i CARTER, Ag't for Utah. W. y. i ,) . W. will deliver la ia ihii dtjr, i j GOOD GREY LIME ANT Tlio Domestic. J. LIME! LIME! LIME! ' MACHINE SEWiriC BEFORE EXAMIJma . aud Keniden), St. MAIN , f i OGDEN, Oflle Two. Doors South of Post Office. 2 tr Store, WHY IS IT? '. BL1LDERS That all Railroad men are now taking Betbeir Meals at the DELMONICO? cause Mr. Lanit etg en ezeslleat table, treat his customers right, and tulj harges $5.00 per wee for boarel." CENTRAL diAo-t- i f , ' At the Low Price of , ORTT CENTS A BUS1IJEL. t tiuui 0wuu.,vu HAMPTON vfiuuxa - FOULTEB, OppoatU Old Tithing Offle, Main Street. Ocden. : - - i Ogden. The Table willbs supplied with the Choicest Viands the Mar- ket will supply. Board by ihe' day or week. Private diniiig rooms for ladies." ' - rjnow PLAUf and GAOfjiAji ORKAJIIKTAL STAIR BUILDERS. XJTA.EC rivprlctor.'.- HOTEL, The Finest House ,.,', dl71-e- a To Board in the Citj. C. M. BEKCJSTKOM, COXTBACTORS, Orders left at John Boyle's Furniture Store will receive prompt attentioa. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST HOUSE fll56-l- AXD f EESTAI RANT. Fiftn Street. Proprietor. ' in MAIJT STKEET, OGDES Salt I.ako Oty, ..;..;''"' GOFF 3I00RE,k: uperiority. EMMA CARTER, At the Ladiei' Respectfolly,' LUMNt'B 07 UltlVKRPrTT OF mtOINIA; Graduate of Richmond Medical College, DAVID PUCH & SON. ;- ''' 4 SA TLSFJL dl 06 'TTORC iuvitv tin f M. D, Fellow at V a. Mwik-HSociety; Surgeon of Salt lAkt Diiion C. V. R. R., etc. Mathe of all contain! other mdvantage It Bertie upoa the latent and meat Improved chine manu'actured, aud the following poiati of Riethoda ef Allopathic Treatment. DO NOT PCKCJUASB Orders from town and V lU-f Ittsident l'hyeician and Surgeon to College l SEWING MACHINE. our careful attention. DRESSMAKING. DOMESTIC -- IV RROWN, T. world, has with together long and Retail. di94-- i CARTER J. tiikW.best machike in the if faithful and honorable be our line : - bestowed upon us in the past, and we are resolved W; FOUIiGER i . ' are determined to sell at the LowFIRES for the EOTJJii) TRir, $2,50 we est possible prices, "Wholesale Titkets good from the 5th to the lth instanta. PRICES ALWAYS AT THE LOWEST FIGURES r large amount of patronage you hiT Furnishing Goods, JAMES EIIARP, Geo. Freight and Ticket Agt. Exchange for Goods. .in Town aiiU;Coiuitry.. We wish to teuder to you our great- - a During. Conference, Leaving Ogden at 5 am. and 8:40 a.m., and returning from Salt Lake at 3:40 p.m. and RECEIVED IV PUBLICMOTICE. To our Friends aul Patrons ; 1 to A Southern i i Daili Through Tbaixs leave the Missomu Ritejl, opposite Omaha, upon the arrival of Trains fram the Weet ver Um niGGACE A4mi.HU,,, 3IILLIXEIIY. - aid cannot be answered wild the present resources of the comtwit'ee s ,: Li tie Peck, 9. A number of shpts were fiied this morning, and 'one of Brooks ' cOlor'ed forces was kil'ed. Later A recruiting party of Brooks' wan captured and brought to the guard house. Captain, Welch and par,tyitb.iclj eM'aped from the sttaraer "Haliie" "The Fede arrived here s ml trorps have' madi "temporary in various parts of the city. Baxter's forces ' have also" intrenched themselves, and since ten o'clock this morning permit neither exit from nor entry u iheir lines without passes. The schools closed y and business is stagnant. The ministers have called on the "people to unite in supplication to God, tomorrow, that bloodshed will be prevent-- , ed, and that right will prevail. Nearly enough ef the members of the Legislature have arrived for quorums of both Houses. Arrangements have been made for convening the Legislature outside of the House limits' , the direct rent, an 112 Milne barter than the lower ilfie. Katcr 6 Hours ID Uate, and insure connection, witb .11 K.iev- - , T"J e renHuu-al'l- Workkbop.TithiBgf Witter. U2-- New (Mean, 9. '7. ' The Relief Committee submitted to thV following acGov. Kellogg,' count of what had been1' shipped to t lie overflowed districts since April 23d: SODA TTATEK WILL BE SPARKUNO our 10,000,000; rations of ireadtutist 400, , i ,'f 000 of meat, the greater part of which were private contributions. T'be com- OC DEN MANUFACTORY, mittee etininte the sufferers in LouisiWholesale or Retail. ana at ,50,000. The increasing calls for r?sday Evening, May 12th UNION PACIFIC EAILWAY. BILLIAPiD Sajjjeet: Reformation or Revolu-owhich! or Behind the Political and Social Scenes. , y Giap liMesteri 'W'OODHtJLLi fiALT LAKE ruiipiptiig. Puiup repaired fcul litteit upon IV. , P- trui,at Otftleti. Washington, 9. In tlWi dhicussbn oa 'the? Indian Ap prupriatioabill, in the UoueI Eldiedge' opposed the amendment requiring certain tribes to be placed on reservations." lie' said it was only a species of slavery. Hawley aud Niblack lavored placing the ludiijus untkr military contrel. J here waS a lively discussion over an amendment offered by Beck requiring vouoners for Indian supplies to be submitted to the executive committee of; the Indian Peace Commissioner?; he amendment wi withdrawn, the, coqiiujltee roe,;and reported tlie bill to the house which adjourned. Dun l'iatt has sued M. D. Leegett, commissioner of patents", 'for libel, $laiai- ing 20,000 damages for charging in the that iatt was a blackZautsville mailer an4 a Hit. . , .,. The Howard Court' adjourned tine die. The preceeeinga and decision now go to the Judge Advocate General for review, and are then to be psesented to the President' for his uctiqn. ; V The House Postal Committee have agreed to report the bill Vequiring pi e paymeut of postage,' on, sewspapere and other printed niaiter. The ratp. will probably be fixed at two cents per pound for newspapers and pwiqdica!s mailed i i ? 5 regularly by publishers. The attorneys and agents ef Brooks and Baxter here have signed an agrea-men- t subject to the approval of the contestants for the Governorship of Arkansas for the settlement of the difficulties. a The Legislature is te ber convened-bcull from' each "party on the fourth Monday in May and they shall decide according to the State laws which of the claimants had the majority of vetes in the election ,pf, 187.2. The decision of the Legislature ,'snili be b'inbing bri both contestants, and both shall suspend military operations pending the decision. The Attorney General' drew up and endorsed the document. The President has expressed the hope that the matter will thus be amicab'y settled. It is understood unless this receives the consent of summathe principals the President will rily settle the liut'ter.' & ' g A!o, foriWp or eKallow eut fuiuts for luire Well Pump, with euiWMa Mississippi Overflow., IS H ft Futiionabl ft the ' l'l.'3IIS ; . 1). SI. KTU.4RT SALE tiik hkst anb cheap 1'OKl'E Mill LI t T wells. TEKPS tX)B IV EST Indian Affairs. rr Mother and son doing well. The happy father has our congratulations. May They live long and prosper. Conferexck. The Conference was attended by a vast number of people. Notwithstanding the wet weather,, the in the TuWrnaele' at 'every immense. And on two or wag meeting three occasions thj great building was crowded in every part. The tiimost in terest was manifested in the sermons and speeches and all the proceedings of the Conference, and the greatest unanimity of spirit prevailed. The choir, under the leadership of Frf, Careless, sang charmingly, the clear soprano voice of Mrs. Careless being one' oftSaistinctive features, audthe performance on the organ by Mr. Joseph J. Daynes, full of grandeur and inspired by the skill of a musical artist. The speakers were gilted with fluency Qf speech t.nd freedom of utterance, and altogether this was one of the most interesting Conferences in itself, and pregnant with consequences of vast moment to the Latter-di- y Saints ever held since the organization of the Church. PUMPS!PUFIPS! BY. TELE GRA PIT Bikih. Mr. W. Sawyer was very jubilant, this morning, over the arrival of a little Sawyer, weighing 10 pounds. .f:,'til of Entertainmwit IN OCDEN CITY. Important to Farmers and Gardeners. riCCSOfiS WHO WISH TO RAISE THE ' Cabbage inUw world, and h should mud 2 cente for on f acknge of iiapnrted ALSATIAN CABBAG !KtD. CWage of the finest quality, and weighing upward' of CO Ihe., may be raised any part o f the United Statee from thee aeed. JKach package, containing an ounce, will be) tent free d postage, to auy aridrr, on receipt wf the priea, 26 eta. each, or five arkagea for il. iill dtrectiess, how and wbea to plant, Addreae accompany each package Eligibly Situated, AKO WITH ALL . dISJ-l- '' M M, RF.Y AL iCC., Atiiej St., Kew York ftry, EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATieiS. Tor particulars apply to TV tf THOMSON , .