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f S kt ailg wrf ion the worse for them. The people of L'tah are rather used to be treated at outlawed outcasts, unJdr the Hag of the SUia and Stripes; another drop in the cup of their wrongs won't mke it taste much bitterer. They can submit to all the glo-rio- !8UEZ) ZTXRTI EVENING, ThoJanotloa Priatia Asuooiation' (incifHim.) u fanatics and political dexpou, because they know thai, however much meu uiuy cun-triand scheme for the downfall of the Kiugdoiu of (od, li still livt and His mighty iireath will La puwvil'ul uough to aweep iway all Hiachinatiout of tb iug ruen, at Ilia own due time. abuno of religiout v m Inert irer of Mat OScv tpwt " . 4 yiww.s-- Kondat itrmt4 Etikix. gireeta. If .Us. muUitmtum evil-dtigu- 10, lfcM. s GKXmiAL MERCEdXDISE. was and boys who seem to consider every present time, Mr. F. thought, it dance floor a licensed romping untor-tunimpossible to take a more ta afraid ground, where they are privileged step. Sometimes h was exuberthat a young person was prompted kick out all their juvenile to adopt that pernicious course by ance and savagery. Dancm,: parties fun and mirth, true, that vary- foalish fueling that he are affairs for not are but they gotten ui lor the f si y would occupy a hetur social potition unbridled display ef all ilic mulish clerk than if h were employed at - t h woald, if earning hit living by a muscularity which aeei::Ar v outheels. soma in such people's trade. If tooiety, by futen2 boisteroud j falte nations of gentility and pride, break of such the oould fairly be held responsible for should invariably b "nipped iu if one two or examples and bud" such folly, he wat afraid it would hav to antwer for thoatanda being would be set, the rest ol rompingiy to seek employment inclined youths would !oon listen, encouraged manli1: v,' A.I2L2 where tht emolovment was most their better impulnea of rue the A Better 8c!. instead and of ness, difficult to be obtained. ; was trvcr H !. i. peace und disturbing the general Tho wrda are iuddw. the to piomote Although the evils poioted good leeling. help out by Mr. tawctt in th educa- mutual ecjoyment of all. tional tvUm are by no means prevOr THU FIN an.. alent among iu, at yt, there are out indications cropping slight 3C0 PIECES Tin individal caat and preceptors, 1 at oil rn HUUOJ3 DlAliriHWMam &t I cLG'Tris. Dooly mock, - VCGEST RETAIL HOUSE IN OGDEN, re-iu- -j Out-McK- "Tlicrti ANKD. B tar tod firra WISE WARNINGS. 1 o!'; 1 et Mtib, iv teps, whfcfh way they walk. fr y wr&out. if vTvstoti,rr;f kmiiI huiTor.fr otu tb f'k tli Nuar rm for 1 tl,r "T the E'lglhih Poaluiastertienoral, recent ly Jiitribnted the prize in the Ox Mr. Henry Kawcett, wife of warn-ingt- d : ':7y : Wolutaiisj, Stiawlri, ool Jackets, Skirts, mm it" s.f f CTCTT te - : . K o hk'k Mf lt Willi 1L" Hiioit mutt Lav Wu .: Of E?cry Description, ..,,,3 . ford aud Cambridge local examina- lu the courte of t.oi.s at Salitburv. tuo feiing hia addle to th well 11 CELEBRATED Urge audiBC paieuts and pupils would do f EU H. Murray, taa ioTfrnorvI Li to ponder cvr In ruregoieg prtweut, the eiuiuent atateaman l.'tak Territory , when bain tbo dawn tel f made teveial remark which gestiiis aud spar themtelvei and ofth Sth of' January committed a have an uadeni&ble much galling aitappoint-men- t. bearing on edu- - other most heinous ioliitcl Murderliko catioual methods in this country an aaain siaWbinj in tbo back, the as well as our trantatlantic among of .'iberlie and privilege of paopbs coutin. lie laid there was now to W MIETH AND KORALS. i'Uh. alwijr thought our much zal for educatiou that it wat of 'iiioapnbl rosent any (Jomnor j la last Saturday's istu w rpub- haps almoit niort desirable to , j oaitira oJ, . bul f would not few a of caution word to than say lishd the counl and suggestions l.avo xecttxi him aa much lo be-i- i stimulate. One thing of transcen- cencerning cil parti, givn hia American parentage ami to w the folly of three year ago by Prsidnt John dent importance hia aully th bright escutcheon of forcing more knowledge upon a pu Taylor, in behalf of th Twelve ? tato ( Kf ntucky ) at to jday th than could be properly digested Apostles. In fact, ths suggestions pil it satrap :io I ho degree he has tne It the te lir and caution hav always "' '' and assimilated. tioti. to cram too much into the ruling prineipUs ia the Church, as attempted On the second of Sovembe r hut, student's mind in too short a time, far ais njoyBant by the Saints was the citizens of Utah Territory, be-- t the result would be junt as disastrous concerned. If they had never btor ireen I9,U0Q andi'O.OOOtUong gath-te- to his mind, as it wa to hia body to ben thus formally aondensed and at tbe polls t declare their Sleep, Appetite aud Strength have too much food crammed into expressed, their apirit governed all repre his stomach. There were j.taforonee for" th man when llostetter's Stomach Keturn Latter-day taints miny, the the gatherings of is systematically used by a rent theui and their intereata in the Bitters Priesthood of the admitted, who had so much under the auspices bilious dyspeptic sufferer. Moreover, jihlU of' Congress. . Of tho 19,825 speaker of the practical and in cenformity with th Gospel. more experience since the brain sympathizes closely vote Mat, 17, hf& were on the name work of education than he had that Still, in the course of time a cer with the stomach and its associate f Hon. Geo. Q, Cannon, a gentleman he spoke with diffidence Rnd hetita tain laxity had spread and the pris- organs, the liver and the bowels, as who had eprtaented ibis people derangements i recunou ny tien; but m far as his own experi tine simplicity and decorum of pah theiraction ot the Bitters, mental de the lonr ueeessive- terms before, to the ence at an examiner and a teacher lie entertainments of the Saints had spondency produced by the deal an ':e- satisfaction ef hi constituents and had gone, nothing had struck him been somewhat uiwted and impaired ment disappears. r.ia own credit, A certain A. 0. tor sals by all DrueeiKts and Dealmore than that almost every set of by the foolish fashion and frolies ol t 'ampbell, until recently ers generally. Tieside-nat and t looked outside. he Young, every the over, A yonth ! fortnce and to fame nn papers knotrn,'' eisay he had read, had caused him his lifetime, had clearly noticed had been put up agaiit the poop-).'- a tr make the remarks, "Too much these fadings creeping into the of the, people and as merry-makinchampion and sndidate as the reading: not enough thought." It would bt unfair to throw too the servants of the Lord he had figure head and scape goat of. a bili able to much responsibility of this on the raised his warning voice to caution mis oppo;ition which w Their better judgment Israel against partaking of the sins muster, 1,357 vote, all in all. This, teachers. .t controled was and contradict- of Babylon and becoming liable to often and of all in the eyes chilset seemed to who wished After his demue ed their her by parents punishments. iua'icesloting people tie the affair, and Hon. Geo. Q. Can- dren to be taught an unlimited the Council of the Twelve kept the non was again the people's delegate number of things in a very limited matter in constant vigilant consider Prepared from lir the Forty-aevenCongress, bar period of time. If parents would ation and their counsel was embodied and jjluuts. ft una let their children remain longer at in the document referred to. iag aerrad well in the Forty-thirForty-fourth- , Forty-filt- h and Forty-(Tilth- . school, and have them Uiiight a few There aremny evila which, some fundamental branch more thor how or other have been permitted to . But a eonsumniaU clique of Catilin oughly, the results would be gen- creep into the social gatherings of the ariaa conspirator had concocted a erally much more satisfactory, Saints, evils illy harmoniiing with Children were not unfreqnently the spirit that ahould characterize different scheme. "What wax legal and loyal majority of 17,211 voles too apt to value knowledge by the and pervade all their doings, in priv iT the handful of wily adventurer practical une to wlaieh it could be ate or in public, individually or col Por CoiiMtip:ilioM, Hiliousv who had cm me r beeu ant to those put in afterlife, Torpid Liter, V lie would be the lectively. Of these we wish to point Headache,IiidiMMiitioii, orrtioida, u to i in last one of the aources tuountaioa order out underalue the three the from 21.1 Ulsurderti rising import principal iallfyaf of the fivhtei;- atructeI tttate , ance of the practical side ol of mischief educa a and harm. and iusult inconvenience, pence-Jullrr4i,'provok mI III III' ljwllw ami (lilutli utut mtnt-The first is the late hour at which, iftklliK plftuk-iuduitrioua, law abidiug peopU, tion. No oue could tell how much a .; ,villi ill. 1 ,ii:.lti it" Clttlly rnou who intended to eugage in aa rule, dancing parties and titni lor the sake' of awaHi Jnand .olia-t'.n- ? TKOI'K'-l'IIT I.X IIVi: li::iy I. ai.l 11I' a .m Hull iiim'I H all The alore uauiad A.ll.Cauip- commercial pursuits might hav his lar social entertainuenls are com In anil In I' 4l)lttrllc, or . !i III" iil'I'Ii'h nail.n!nt-1iluctti llii ell, the "aiiyw "tonga"1 'wf whose progress promoted by knowledge of men cad. At present it appears to be ntlrvty Trtf I'ri'in i'i Ilea iit tha depths uf his modern laiiguuges. It was brought the custom to couuueuce such a Ui llittui. PfcckAil la bronzed tin boxet only. to him how party at i.&l, often at ,V "o'clock in Price 25 cts. Large boxc? funie.proUaiej agaiast tu itfii.nc home alao, 1 ) k n .( hi i carliuoalc tf lutiOit to iluti much the career of a clerk might be th vening. Such an arrangement Sou by a i.i i i k i t i be was no advanced, if he could write short caute the party to tanuou. J ht protracted tar twelve jioints hand with facility. Hut being thus into the morning hours, whereby th in tk "point tn which he ' pinned ,' lilt olniia prepared and willing to admit the participant lose th indispensable BEARDSLEY'S lar Lh tertifiet's cf electros).- - It importance of keeping the practical night's ' and ar materially UNION DEPOT HOTEL. desired." Any avpecW of educatiou steadily in view, impaired in their eapacity for scrap oJpapi. aar ituuid scrawl yet it could not be too constantly business the day following suh a Ogden, Utah. " would have anawered iliie dark pur borne in mind that this was only one party. Particularly for the young Rooms and Table First-clas- s it fis ljhe cunning and reckless part of the advantages of education. such a practice is very injnrious,mor Every Respect. Terms onapiratars. Even after Hon. Geo, Perhaps, after all, the ehief object ally as well as physically, disturbing Reasonable. settled habits of lif and unner'i. Cannon, with hit masterly, up was to train the mind. and From his own experience he could ving their tender constitutions. ALL TRAINS STOP ONE JIOUH right straightforward answer to Campbell's protest had demolished only say that he himself, both at All this can be easily obviated Peraona drona o viaiting Salt Lk , SikIi 11 the honor transparent sophisms of the school and college, had spent a great by an early commencement of th Springs bti other andMaubtain l, caa le f receive cbocka lor the utm cage inrplna thel In eppoeitioa candidate, Hi II. Murray deal of time in the study of mathe entertainment. returo. the winter aatil whom God'a forbearance and K. 6 inatics. It was true, he must con months especially anch partiea could M. rl.;Bl!iBIsl,ET. Pruprirlor. Ifayea' impadence permitted to be fe'ss, that he had hid a particularly very well b commenced sty at 6 p. rm Oo?erno)of XJtah,1 went to great use for his knowledge of mathe us. This would give the peepl as work, aoolfy, deliberately to over- matics since he left college; yet if he great a scope for enjoyment and IMITATION STAINED GLASS! l throw the clearly axareased will of oould begin life again even with enable them to retire before or at Cnrtaina, Mi ail m anl Blliirls with. s of the voter of prospects for altogether different midnight, so that their night's rest It has the aame .ter, n iir(irti-ground, glawa me worn unuiusar jibauti-- f Utabj t ,fput' hia. iron heel of op vocations, he would not read mathe- would be little curtailed, and next pruuuriug, COLORS. Call at 11 C. Wardleigh'i uew . IrMioa oo the prostrate form of matics one hour less than he had day's business not interfered with aiura aua leave :' 4S. EX f. AM), Age t . done. It ought not t be supposed we know that in cities especially outraged Liberty." ddwlltf mt time our this reidera By (he hve that every one should study matheearly commencement may meet i ecird these lines they have had matics from the Alpha of this grand with much objection; but if the peoample time t ponder over the crime series of sciences to its Omega, lie ple onee get used to it thy will committed by him who ostentatious- should no more think of doing surely realise and recognize the great ly is the chief executive ot law and so than he would of advocating that advantages of such an arrangement. justice within the limits of this terri- every one should be taught tnusie There are no serious obstacles whattory. They will agree with us that and drawing.' (In these latter two ever; nothing but the stubbornness f all the outrages ever committed points we beg to differ with the il- of the old use (or abuse). Such a on an inoffensive community In this lustrious 1'ostmaster General of Iter party, to begin at 6 p. m. takes place country, the action t of Eli II. Mur- British Majesty.) If he were asked this every evening, and we are confiray, in refusing a certiilcata to the to indicate what wis the best test of dent, that none who attend the afthe skill of the teacher; he should fair at Fiieiuen's Hall will be short Wuly elected and dufy qualified candidate of the people in the worst, incline to measure hint by his ability in enjoyment, neither will they be and sLatuelttt. ' moat bold-faceto tell what was the best subject by late who like to dance. Henee we Eli. H. Murray might have eavea which to 'develop the faculties of say, let others follow the good ex himself the trouble and each individual pupil. Ue gave an ample, in the interest of order.health, to baa his acliou on the spac- instance of a young ludy whom her business. A second evil in the ious ground that Hon. Geo. Q Can-no- teacher tired and bored with parties, which Latin, was an alien, and theiafoi I rench, German and mathe-uia- ti has provoked the serious tiieek, disapprobaIf "HU Iscallency" really without erciiing the slightest tion of the authorities, is the too WATCHES, tielieved it, he tauat be one tliua, intrett. But uo sooner did she be- great indulgence in the And the Celebrated -- ) and if, knowlujr better,' L gin to study chemistry, thai, her round dances. Th Latter-da- y Saints Combination Syeciiii les, ntill acted the way he did, he wai the whol luiud teemed developed aud are by no means the only ones who King's tLer thing, .( lHes ifr. h believed that thin young lady, regard this sort of enjoyment as They are set with Cot French r vrir-- Q i .) t brat I be with all opportunities thrown open fraught with great dangers anibe.et lenses, and can be so Murray really imagine that the focus will cume directly in frort rn hf will be able to to her. promised fair to arrive at with teductive temptations. But Congress eye, makinjt thtta much mji rejv.vi aiintoverall at nc that Geo. l. Can and eminence in that par- they should be the ones the most able and useful than ordinwy bfietUvia noa it an unnaturalized alien, after ticular stuly, while she Would never firmly to withstand them and refrain Tair arranwd. Evry Try Tk-i- r. foi r tuccettive Cot)grctt have de- - have risen over common place medi-c- i from them. The very fat that a ided that he it and hav admitted I ity in the other branches of learn certain claw of people are so eager This "ali-n- " ing. tiiin to a Ugislaiivetea)' in their clamor for these dance conOalflt fnrulahMl fror, with Ml in.iiit rtasoa i the straw to whic h the Then, a to cletki, Mr. Faweett demns them as unworthy for Saints Uoua tor cuu.lurtiu th. , , ,,ri,nUuiiH.aa . the in aiiiun. to it not tvldoni happened cpiiatoTs clung indulge in. They ar conceived tamueaa ia an m.v tnat tgbiiy of stated that to learn. ,,! .. ibir defeat, and if juttite, equity that a youth, because he had re- from evil purpose and too often lead art aoemrple aad , that o,ul,. .rorlu arMli the troaj r No bu. ,.r, ,rt. a.nd common tense prevail at Wah-i"- f ceived rather more N, schooling than t evil reaults, as well to the bodily III who .a ill.a, t. w,.rk . ,:, irl, w ,,(n u ion, that attaw wilibienk under his father, had been induced to tek health, as what is infinitely more Mful am,o. B..jr. , ""!! ."1',",B"vl" " t,ii ti;e Lands of the foiitpiialoig. iu! w,.k v ..i,,. J employment nsaclerk, thinking such prerious to the good morals of the IH" A !S2n.k.T.w" And if, as i plainly intimaud in a., ra i.t, ,th Occupation "more disiioguislied, dancera. th. ...,. .r.al.l.iha. v.,. rtain print, C'ongrett tanctions more genteel" than a manual trade eil" The third evil calling for eradicaib action of Mr. Murray , sealing the or craft. Considering the crowded tion is the k. TlMB, obstreperous, indecorous W.taa. all b ,' v ior.gaad eonfirming the outrage, tatc pf the cjtrks' market at the behavior ef tome of the young men tnm. Aaarava Tici a 0i, Man.. V. LADIES' CLOTHS, ru. 11 MdCIAN CAR PETS AND OIL CLOTHS TTATTGT! "ATTTtATTlT. A 1 Uroca.le , I hare , .';;tt'ii. ; yMi&& ft STOCK 0 ciLOTHiisra, rwii tL,-.- A GJHUBU, DomesticGoods VtUi.,', sg c., Ac. KBID8 Gents'lFurnishints, Eats, Boots and Shout doubled my stock of Carpets, OH Cloths, &c. . d tf g ':l d, IstheBestandMo Agreeable Prepare. in the World 1871, WMV C4J 'SuthrU . . . 1 re- - I I A Txfr-- FP mm n y , if n n B I88O DRi'VEK. ?m, SHIVER & GttO.W. DRIVER. SOBT t--i lltv itv C 0 , V'jilen Cttj, s Pr.iTi; Allcutien. I Irl ssl Ss. ifillUv ?, 4 MU'C-- r Kirst Nn. iMflx ' On XniA-- iauonHi Uiiiiii The Aliiauci( vm M. .1. A it?" Mm'f 7.'.. ):: rif! 'iji ..... Ofi b . i The Miiu.i,r Ht:ik Si I J u. msixiC7Zrfffe :., I.- .- r.. " Ikhw, ' ,n. ........ i Knlmtiurl ht.! w.i -. ;'- aJfl-U- n !! tii.V!Il; !iV, h V lt;M !n.;. .v..V ! tlrtlfVyr. ,l V in .V v v.ir Msnv arn ii.akiiii tin p.. Ht !h- - 1'" ijirl. make (nil work fiiiln t.i mtkti can lie Il Rt'd in u hit ui'r" .t pm C3 fM j ef! .. y OILV POINTS, tr, ir '.w. : a .H p 0 (S ... An i, ;f f) CP I iiii-a. " i; Kill is ij,;. . , i,'.y li iu i K o- y AJl'l . vLU s a -- J 'l-- La!, :. (..i n Ni -& yrj eO cS- H ffi jn JF V 5 S t:,. ' Rn,,; ,i :?a? ' f h CORREsPONDiX ?::', Full Line of 4 '. 'AiUNlHliijiS, oyESTUFFS nil varieties of lOrnglsU',SunJrie6. ELEGANT CELLULOID GOODS for TOILET ARTICLES, Portlat.d. ASair.. rruTsier.en, Noap, Kposigei Uruslies u'ad in Calreat Variety. the Holidays! other A.rliclea T.arL'c S'nrU v. bp sold rfnriue tbe TloliJuys at REMARKABLY LOW the qaa ity of tiie goods. Our friends ind the Trade are Invited PKi'JES, to ( Hll ttlill St',I'HYSICI AN?' I'rtEdCKlPTIONS carefully compounded, and ail orders answered A.tii cara tiitl I -- 1 - - i , '. , s 1 aatizir i lo(u 1 for graix and dried fruits. HARKNESS&OO. Succors!. J.Yr. 1 Drdjrs at'o7 the line of tin Rilltoa ls will ceive spscUl attention. i CLAgTwa;::.! if' to o a E k, PAID i I'KfLE IHGin-'.H- bn ' right-thinkin- - I'r . JttAUDWABE,; CLOCKS. a- 22, wm. niuvER tr soy, & OGDJ3N, UTAH. .IdclO if ! rt waV:sdHi "r FISH j ' WAGON DEPOT !j OAR OF IIat Slaven'.s H AND jj Runner Attachments Es.n M WO V Ji UHXiLIiil tTTITT,T mjh UrUVPl tl ieiir"5, Will be in aboot DIC. 1st, 18S0. li i)L:s Yosemite Face Po, viler! Ilarmlas The Only flispi-nsei- nine-tenth- 7 V J.W.MeSnlt & Co'., MlL Peautijicr. Stee! Barb Fence Wire, On Agcuts, Ggdon. dM round to the rod. JOHN If. LOWELL. 1 urut-ra- J J. S. LEWIS OPTICIAiN, d inrl-igih- JEWtLSf Solicited Correspond enco VITH YOlWa MEX AM) WO.'IENJ Who defire ft : i prrcticil fdneation In Classics, Art, ci Masic. Addrwii F.EV. DAVID IJ. Mi) ;:e. li ., TreiiUent University of Denver, Deover, .Col. tdaugll ai&w 1H first-c'.:-- W. Jjoi..-ii.- Zxate-- Hai,ii;j:t E. J'aim;. Vominiiiknarti n i'(J, BKNJ. O..GKAKVOJ.-- nepal -- Biepchandise ! BUY GOGJ ,.fc. Cowiitia.t cf .Stuily B. 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