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She Locttn gunttum. riitirle W. and Penrose. II! It or uli)M MuttJW. ALLEN'S. Hi; Ml thut some of tbe e;dcts. tbe United Ord 'r was a necessity of the Of the Weber Sirtke of Zlon. times, and that we should prepare to enter into t be practice of if. He showed Thin morning t 10 a. ro., the Annual tbe folly of our importations, and the 0 Saint in neceerity of manufacturing many things Conlerenue cf the Latter-daWhen Winter's winds blow cold and iliia county, convened inthcOg ltn Tab- fur which we send our money ftbiod. ' KLUKK JSHN OAttT rough, ernacle. : West Weber DU JOHN STINGER'S OYSTERS are the ca'lcd lo order by Reported the Fourth r The meeting w ave 555 membsis There follows: as trict stuff Prcst. F. D. Richards. A5tK IH DAILY K1CBIPT OF A ia the dixtno!, including eight Hiijh To brace your nerves ! Ti a choir sang ; Priefis, 2G Seventies, 7t Elders, four A FIRST CLASS pa'atable dish. "(Jrca? is be Lord, 'tii god to raise Priests, and one Deacos: During tn J 11 In au 42 hiive you any style ben bipiized really w sh, Our hearts and voices io Hiapraii-e.year, be- n 2.3 birtlis, h have tlieie He serves. alwaysPrayer by Elder John I. Hart. in...rnage4 and seven deaths 2U ciiildreu To suit all tastes, friend John supplies Choir saog ; have bet-- Meted; there art 239 children "The Cemforier is sent again, from four to 16 years ot age. The Reliet Hat TEA aud CO r FEE, CAKES and Ilis pow'r (he Church a teniia." PIES, Socie'y, Mary Douglass, President, has With CANDIES rare $61 20 67 members; ih?y have collr-cieEicHAHni tbsst. t p. To help githr Afealt at all hourt and dintiurss-- $31 42. upon my word Uoviewed the blesiBingsbestowcd upon the tie poor $750 had been csHeabd, and t The best the Market can afford, Saints during the pat year, and the buiid a meeting houav, $1700. Jufit aeciT), a 8PLKXDID STOCK OF At Simple Fare. Thousauds of doliar bad biea expendabundance which lias crowned their la. secure water for ir loud of boots and shoes, bors. But he regretted that some bud ed in past years to mach of which had been wast- They may sing ligation, not made a wiae use of tho bounties of ed. l!ut work had recently bsen done Or anything oa earth tbey choose, Providence. He deprecated the extrav- on the Weber river which would bo a Prom East to West; They invite inspection of their stock of in them benefit future. to Only But men of sense no matter where agance which. marked the course of some, great half a crop had beon raised duri'ig and the imitation of the manner), dress about find tbera, will at once declare in consequence of lack ot You the past and evil habits of the world, which wa'er. year Fresh Oysters Dest. tha in Cut people spite sf this, others had adopted. He spoke in terms had been liberal in donating for the ALL NEW, AND A? LOW FIGURES. in mind the Oyster Treat, of tho poor, the building of a Tlease bear o vi ccuragement and satisfaction of the meeting house, etc. The now house was At STINGER'S RESTAURANT on Fifth meetings of the people, and the spirit 31 x 66, and wo Id soon be finished. The Street, which they made manifest. He urged Saints were uuiied; meetings were well IVheut, Outs, Barky uud Potatoes taken in exchange. There's lots for all. i he importance of the Relief Societies, attended; the relief society were diligout And while you do the best you can, and of sustaining and assisting them. and useful; the young mea's society of To i heir meet attonded seven JAMES ALLEN & Co. members help along your fellow-man- , He considered those sisters some of the fifty so-Give JOHN a call. mgs punctually; tho young sisters most valuable missionaries in cur midst. dGT-Jalso held ety, numbering thirty-soveThere were two They could touch those secret springs regulaf meetings. of the soul which the EWers could not school districts in West Weber and up per, district, which had been without a reach. He wished the people t reeeive school buus, wsuld soon have eehooK with gladness the missionaries sent ind meetings. lie never felt better in o among there from time to lime. He want nis lubors than now, and hoped all the Sin:s would be unit d and swve God ed the Presidents of Districts to report with all their hearts, shunning ev.-- the their fields of labor and represent all appearance of evil. the interests of the districts, spiritual ' Choir sang: ( hoicest Styles and Patterns of , He then called on the and temporal. is soul love full and of peace "My LINSEYS filGIIA.MS, IMKSU ti()i)!)S. rM.ANNELSs. President of the First District. I soon shall see Christ from above." D. Elder M.Stuart. EIDER F. A. BROWS Prayer by Said, in the First District there were i A Jjourhed till 2 pm. OF DRY GOODSE GENERAL ASH variety of spirits to deal with. . Put the ONE DOOR EAST OF BRICK STORE, bulanca of power was with the Saints. KEt'EPTIiKV OF " I ? It they, did not make very rapid progress on were the The increase teachers they were diligent in iheir duties Two ol ieii'.. IK.ys' und Children's The King of the Sandwich Islam's Returns tbankx to the public for thfir the missionaries who had been sen' esteemed patronage, and now informs abroad hnl returned, full of the spirit, ot waa formally presented to the m. them that he lias on a FUbf. G I the gospel. Another missionary had of Congress in the Uousa yes STOCK ef the best FRENCH CALF gone to Europe, and cue hail pane to kinds of first class SKINS and Senator Cameron Leather asedallotber Dixie" t assist in th work of the terday at. 12.15. in She trnde, and is preHa considered presented the king to the speaker Temple at St George. AUD pared to mnk that theie was as much gospel in physiThe speaker said: "Your majeaty, Cork-sol- ed Boots & Shoes, MitU rif, i.i-tt'- , cal labors required to build up this mi behalf of the American C Misses', ami Children's Hosiery of all Grades. ngret as as kingdom, as in preaching and praying I welcome other wU every description, you to these hails, aud si cond in The people ia the Fiist District were quality and workmanship e senators from our states aud with ti but as felt well as mostly poor, A KUI.L STOCK 0 to none in the Territory. they other folks. They had been fir three he representatives of our people, LADIES' and GENT'S years without unite in cordial congratulations upmi meeting house. uuvt niiLut thanked God, the old one fll down ii;iiii) oiniLU nuiiujiij your auspicious journey, andexprtss CORK SOLES FOR SALE. about three years ago. Still meeting afl"rd-e- d .'i-- i'. and .the and Harness gratification pleasure Q A GOOD FIT GUAP.AJiTEED. Saddles, had bean held, and young men's socie in the of had by been much capital your presence ty organized; getd rs i. iT'i.'ifie asd 'i i mi!, n rn it Part of the tinj u the nation as the nation's guest. Your sult.ng fro house bad been hired, and part of the majesty's us is Impairing Jt'eatly Executed appearance among time tkey had been privileged with the he first instance in which a reigning of use the Court House An exeellent has set font upon the soil Will Sunday Sobool was in successful opera- sovereign An Hsurtaieut il' inc most popular ami Beat tion The tfuBday School teachers and of tho n)tbd States, and it is a sijr tiM-trson slam, with the aid of the Trustees nificant circumstance that the vist NO COOfC had determined to finish off the lower e.omes to us from the west, u&t from aro m of the new schoolhouse, and it was ' the east. Probably no single event til t litmlid Mciiitms, Plain Santa Glaus, Eclipse, CunsiBticg of (3 expected that they would occupy it on more 's coull ned Ai Era. 8eotia, Kansas, Diamond Coal the ini;M strikingly typify Christmas Eve. The Helief Society was . i : II' I)e . dvnnce, Scorchers, Charm Box, in well. Afcout five your majesty's doing pivgrtss seventy bap II d Cn s, Corals, tisms had taken place during tl e past country and in our own than the ( year. Fifty young men and ladies had scene here and now transpiring. The received their endowments', and quite a of the on its number of yeung couples bad beeu mar- rapid growth has coast western greatly enlarged ried; their example' would soon be folour intercourse with your insular lowed by other. The poor were pretty !! f well provided fsr, and it was not intend kingdom, and h;is led us all to aced to HW them to suffer. Elder Browr beiiifi-ceucwisdom e and knowledge your l w .... . ALL SIZES. saidyh'e felt more interested in the work as its ruler, ard youi exalted of ,'he Lord than ever he did and re in the bright prospects which virtues us a man. Our whole peoj' were before it. T. ple cherish lor you and your subjects MYdsl! Wis VlViiU. M V most the I. I i .tU- - U friendly repaid. BLi'xa aoBr. Mct;itBis They 01. it! Mi and believe that the relations Said, the Second District was divided trust Ju.i in Stuck. into four parts, over each of vhich h of the two countries wili always be Teacher was appoint, d to take ckargt. as peaceful as the great sea that rolls The district was considerably mixed between us, uniting and hot dividing mauy prrjona residing in it who were us." Ni- - .t. .IM.VA AT THE OLD TITHING YARD. WAQ'). not of our faith. He then read a repor The King had a momentary of i he district as follows; with Judge Allen, the latter There wera 1.154 members in tbe dis trict. One apostle, three patriarchs, expressing the regret that the king 24 high priests, 82 seven'ies, 9'i !ders, was so afflicted with cold aDd hoarse. five priests, three teachers and , b. 11 Firry Ogdeo, wilt receive prompt B All i.t.ur- - .,dii he was unable to read his that ness During tb i year S7 had been atteutioD. six disfellow-shippe- reply, and read it for him as follows: baptiied, 66 jl296-t- f CO had received their endow"Mr. Speaker, for your kind word I'll IWI ments, 24 hud beeu married; there had of welci'ine I most cordially thank been 60 births and 22 deaths, and 40 Tor this distinguished mark of children had been blessed; there were you. confidence I tender to the honorable salsa , 4 three day ichools, attended by 65S scholars between the ages of four and sen ite and house of representatives S3 -- Q sixteen, besides private schools, and two my highest sentiments ot regard. It Sunday schools, with an attendance of is in accord with the very courteous U 1101 KSALE AND RETAIL OStiO, of w hich Thomas Doxey and James and which treatment I have generous Birch were superintendents. The Ucliet O received 1mm the executive departSociety, presided over by Mrs. Jane Richards, had collected $647 95, and ment of your government and from all the people whom I have had the difbursed $401 72. There had been for the immigration of the poor, pleasure to meet since I landed on 03 ENGLISH, SCOTCH AND AMERICAN -$905. and for building the temple. the shores of the Pacific. I appre. $210.80. CO A young men's association hold meet- ciate the complimentary terms in -- I I ings in the distrio . It wss exceeding'y which the honorable speaker ks reinteresting to hear the young folks re- ferred to me personally for our suclate their experience. Even little toys cess in tha government, and Iwr our Of the Finest Qualities manufactured, onjdraught would arise and speak in the 25 meetings, progress in a higher civilization, we : or iu Oaltle, and in turn were called pon to" preside, much indebted to the governare that tbey might gnin experioDce. It vn ACS', A CHOICE ASSORTMENT 0 : also very interesting to meet wita the ment mi people of this gnat couat-try- . "3 I reciprocate most cordially young ladies, ander the direction of A X D 1 W S stor Jane Richards. Their niee'ing' your hope far a continuaneo and were acoomp isbing a great denl of good of friendlv relations between Home, Mountain Dew, Pijpifax, U. S., Victoria and California The Elder's Quorum whs full of life.' and growth ' he two court ti its. am I Wiae Bitters, 4 most great erodtt was to be accorded to E det to meet you on Welsh, for his efforts with the narrj gle-menCHEAPER MAX AKJVIJEIiE IN OGDEN young slders , Tbe Young M,.n' Liter- this occasion." ary Asfl'c at.cn was very successful, and the ha'l was crowded io hear A clergyman recommends subuicr-sio- n virku sci'ntjfio subjects. Wbeiirver instead of crema.on. He says Siier Snow came to speak to the young that funeral stealers might be used people, the hall was crowded till there to the bodies out to sea, and was no standing room curry Tbe Ucliet Soci..I'm ety was doing a good work, and was of they might be sunk beyond the reach very great NEAR THE LIVERY STABLXS. to tbe President of of desecration,' while they could do tbe district, particularly in waiting titwn no harm the to possible It living. the cick und attending upon the dead. scleetieM. Xothing adulterated. All of th be difficult to some of more faithful than tbe migat perhaps messters breibieu. ?.nd wire nmin o ft,... !... the western people always to Snd an thirgscf G..d aoJ ih-- ir vxaliation: an i avaihblo ocean handy in which to JIllAljVDSS tae;r fUtb and influence were such as to 1 throw ths'r deceased fries de. A . I! 4 L COX FKISE. :K shnie OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OISTEIIS! JAMSS AlfliaKM OGDEX. UTAH. Saturday KTonin?, Dee. 19, 1374. Full Line of Fall Dry Goods 1 " - spiuitual ciioliiba - OLD WALKER BUILDING; California w to bo eTanelixed. Ministers of various denominations iit a meeting in San Francisco a fe disdays ago resolved, after muoh cussion to send for three noted revivalists to stir up backsliders and the graceless sinners of the The expenso of the camo:wt. paign was duly considered and it was would flow in decided that iu streams." After this powerful in, entive of erurse the thing was although some of the preachers objected to the singular stylo and mountebank manner of una of the eon-ve- Co., rt d, Eastern and Western Boots and Shoes emi-rsti- c lenity. w The names of tha ravivaKsIs who re t raise heaven or its atipode 4q the I'aeiSc Coast aro lluuiuiond, Moody and Saukey. The first man's name in pretty well known an a sensational gofj)elU?r,' who attracts by lii eeeeatr ieitieg, and is papular as a Moody and pa$modio converter. dinkey are it revival team. They trot together. They hail frrui Chicago and have attained celebrity by a in Scotland in which they Actors is the were the chief actora. Sankey is a singer. light woid. The former melts a mouther. Moody sinuera with pathetic sounds; the latter subdues thcui by "shaking them over the pit." They are eminently successful with little children, and liave, by alternate soltening and scaring, brought many juveniles of tender years to confess that they lovo Jesus and dont want to go to hell They mado a great tioiso in ''atild Jtcckae," and spiritual intoxicatiou, which was the conscqucnee of imbibing their pabulum, drove soma persons cray,and others into that religious eutLasiasm which Ja usually l'ollowed by a reaction, and makes tie lust state of Us subjects worse than the first. Aud now they are to go to California and are to be encouraged by , on the principle, remarked at the cholera morbus, a healthy shock Wa should not cousider this simile very flatteriag to Messrs. Moody and Sankey, and would rather not have any cf their ''cholera morbus" in ours. If anybody wants a healthy shock for their system and would like to take it out in "cholera morbus," thoy are welcome, but wc prefer milder methods and more natural exercise. And we say the sama for fpiritunl cholera morbus. want that kind If the of a "healthy shock" to stir up their religioui fluids and throw people into spasms, and scwa folks out of their wits, and call it all gospel, we have nothing to sav, only we hope they won't bring their spiritual cholera morbus here. And suppose it should prove "fatal" what then ? Why, the vtctins, we suppose, must take the consequences, and the good whith will result in a spasmodic revival and the "flowing in ot eash like a stream" must be taken as ample compensa tion. , ,. ,... It is to be regretted that the cause of true religion bhould be iujured by the muuiiuery ot tliese itinerant mountebanks, and lamentable that men of talent and brains like many ot tho ministers of various scts in Cali fornia and elsewhere will lend thi ni selves to such a bt.ules.jue on sacred the regular clergy of them that meeting, if i.ot. fatal, gives to the system " as one things, as Hammond, Xoody and Satikey. It ti 1., (HJUEN BRANCH. 31. Just Arriving and OUR FALL Arrive! Gr OOI Tie E1MENT IVotiiMi. Fifth St., Ogden, CLOTH IS hd OF LAI EST STYLES HATS, CAPS, BOOTS SHOFS,CLOVE& i I'll! liiii.i) . i r; I'aer-IJ.Mmiig- (i'lt-War- e, 1 1. J. Tia-War- kins. PARLOR it STOVES, Ui-mi- cm;-tury- 1 ALL i'J i MJLD CHEAP FOIl CASUt l:A'0& con-feren- W. H. Hooper, Supt. -- sevei-deacon- on a C LA R K'S ! WINE AID LiaUOR DEPOT col-lert- -- o N a o ALE AmB B S E R SCOTCH ! IIISKJY! It IS II UTli CLARK'S LIQUOR STORE, Building in Italy would Seem to bp a peculiarly dangerous occupation. A new ffiot; is beir g erected in Rome for the .Mini; tij of Fnanee. The other day a Workman fil from the scafFoldi'ig ami was ktl id. making the hutdn-dtficcidents vie' m it E. J.Watkms, Z. C. s::me buiWIntr, " Main Street; Ogden, Utah bet w-r- -- THE CHOICEST tfaftf OF CTGABi "Wnr.'CT.AnK Proprietor i '