THE DEStRET 12 EAGLE. HERBET PEMBROK H ' ';j . OF' 72 MAIN STREisT WOULD LIKE TO. GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOU, WITH A VIEW YOU SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. jLUNG " F. AUERBACH & BRO. :,:Garry a full LINE of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING and t ? OF ; FURNISHING GOODS : PRICES AT THAT COMPETITION DEFY 1864 staiMisJim - WHAT ttUU. EXCHANGE SaY U. Tit k' Dkhkrkt Eagle le.tbv nsme ki p AK(UT : of S. Thk DKSBitifir Eaolk, "SalVLake Hty, U ah, ! ail?ng from into our fl w Eanctumthe other day and perched up on our fTchaii2e table. Ij'WK may it icVeam ! The Conn anion Tjj( J)kskret Eagle 1h thf n mo of a paptrlprinted by the p'upild nf the De.f Ittute 'Department of the De sere t UalYe"rain. Nol of bn.ithe 10ih insf V-.!- , lappet rea- -- Southern Utonlan.- Thk Dbskiikt Eagle, publlshea it the acheol.for the D ?f in U ajyt the latest addition to the Jittle'pap';r family . ; V.i are glad to see the yountre.r and hope ii will prosper. -r-T.it: K atucky TWf-Mut- H. The Desert Eagle is a spr g it ly mtn sheet Just .issued at the Draf and Dumb ; Institution te g've. a pracical education In pri t ng to the deaf mut s who may this become printers, thty Salt Lake deserve encouragement. Tribune. Tub Dkserkt Eagle is the nain of a new member of the Institution papei family. It comes from the Salt Lakt City School and is: a .very creditable first number. The Mirror extends the right band of welcoms to the membtr from the Mormon C ty. The D Mirrer. The Deseket Eagle is the latest addi ion to our Institution exchange?, hailing from the Uiah School. The sch o; has our congratulations on this step towards an additional useful trade for its pupils, and we extend onr best wishes for the success of the ucderta- af-AJ- ute -- at Mue V ic . -- mmarten !V r! F -- tfi the la'fsi '"he DeseretEagle" add .i u t !Qt- fralernl')'. It if pub libe;l a, the U an scbool for the. De.V, and thrush mp", ( hree c ln'ran folh) It will dou ''ldi- - ') w, n ' b a credn to h school from which it twina'e We b'tpe.ak for it a liberal hupp'rt WORK FIRST ( LA-S and cheerfully 'cxc iarg.-- ' T it GUARANTEED Wisconsin. Times. We cheerfully .anknowlfdzH th" ie One of our most tastidiouv young Vol a l,of spaiklirg, men, whose education is almost comp-'et- ed ceiptofN). J, nwsy lltule theet, piii.ted by at the expense of the state, compin the deaf m t depar m at of lained to the puperintendeat that the rhv.rU.jversity of D nere.', entitled dinner, Sunday, wan not Just what his THE DKSERKT FAGLE. ll is a CI edit t(i epicurean taste demanded. Diligent ton puplls.a'id U an enterprise that irqulry, however, failed to establish should recivi encourag ment lrom the the truth of tbe eradite "man's press and from the p ople. . L.ng may assertion. Orly one wa found 'who she scream and htghuuy sho soar bad any complaint; and he paid he did The Wasatch Wive. not like pie An 1 tbe afore-sai- d youth We receive vol. 1 No 1 of The Djsseket concluded he. would eat ciow, and admitted that thVdinner was good. Eagle, p ublished at the Utah Nice young man ; . good boy ! what a (or t ie D af. This schoo with only o thirty-twpuuils starts out in a uity bis appetiteiwaa spoiled by early ii urishii-'condition, with a printing indulgence in' good thtogs! Age, how-ovc- e, lllce, carpenter shop s nd a new super mr.y improve his gaBtronomlc inteodenti Mi . M tcaif, who res'g ied machinery. so that tie may be able to as teacher here last year has been aptake bis meals rreularly, live long and aldie happy. Selah ! pointed as superintendent and is Juvenile Ranger. ready making: thii gs hum The Eagle The California Iiititution will is hlis latest improvement and we hope it will prove to be a great bitlp to his have a clock on their new school choc 1 and the d vaf In general. building costi nir 1875 dollars It Kansas S ar. will have four dials each seven fVet in shaet pu )lisued ty the pupils In ihe dt af mute department of th L II ral . UnMvcrMty oil) sere-ri b If Institution SHOE SHOP th-pupi- - l- - y-un- g ol 1 It his been a question of some inter- est to the teachers of the deaf as to vho will be the first to start schoolsin the new states of Montana and North Dakota. We learn that a hearing man from Maryland is about to make an effort to establish a school in Montana. Now North Dakota for Ky, D eaf Mute in diameter and a bell weighing 1000 pounds. 7) per cent our fchool are bovh-W- e would like to. know how thin co in res with ntlur school and wo'.ild lik-1- ' hr.ve some one account Cor the gieater prevelence of deafness among boys.