Wb do sot believe ia apologies; but p el tkat wa owe our readers one this jt lek fot the exiraordinary length of. t-x t-x Oosrt reforts. Oaf jeporter has v tt tav, praise-worthily particular In u nding its full 'rainutea. We profesa u ba Jawycrsi and these matters have fl( tereat to jus that possibly tnapy of c, tr. readers may not afpprcciatCi If -i err on the start of our race, it is Sl rough, a, tUeire, to givo a full budget, $ id Jet 'the people have a cbanco to ri dgefprllteBaaelyae, of passing event?, luaea and effects. Full well are we isured, that' to.treet records of the ,j lurts o Tjtah, and Jionest diaries, of a sderal oiScials, would ; be the most ef- 'D"( sctualTindicatjoa of tie character, ,6 f. a, frtisfhev: " . The rer"of; the1conTfcVhoowr j, arlyconrect we were in.qur prognose itioos ia jhe McKeniie "casb. How Qa ;ei always is to teU ie ttuth. V ' j, Right i"er we -wish io, make an nble suggestion to. pverybody. The f0 frisV18 Wheri lying scoundrcis c', 1 palm off all their rascality upon 1 citizen ef ifuh. Vp wish every Andrei, pretended Sainl or ac-- 0j dsinnay, .Mormon or Qcntile, to f a- so ir hia owa vagabondism, no matter, pr at us position or how numerous his ,je Btjids and whatlionest man dreads the Ai ae? To officials wejarpose giving : atteatfoa.' and ariatomhlng -ir pSclat deportmest strictly and h thfulty. The systems of swindling, de ried on ja the United. States, are o :omiBg more aad more numerous, at i have some notion of talcing a gl In'ce '.at their Jrogrew, and hinting th w in a while to our fellow-kings, of th aerka of the impoeitioas practised lai m as ,l?y: oar public servants.. Offi- ed Is, while they are ia office, are public Tl iperty, aad ,as suc-we, shall' deal mi h them. Wo said so ,on tio out- ga , and sh.all stick to it, Thp meed no praise shall got be denied, nor the of urge withheld, when merited., ; tn , aaother ;ppiamn wp havp .called the eatioa -ifKMay,' to the CGitwHof pn 1 " . Hm&m lately te Wa aar tftjidpM ef law aad .arder a'ajkr, aaMt;' ilVhy k tbia? It was, set s waya aa. Erea ear faiat oaH t aa a tuae waaa aa aeaeei aaa takwa& ttW&MM of Bitr atty with. WBaai safety at aaiaaigat aa atataa day. Is the law riCt? No! What then? The Legislature of Utah has Image abaadaat proykioa for the aia teaaass of the kw sajareaiaey. Sat aarjadges traaiale the laws aadr their EWt, Oaf Tmitorial Marshal aad ?ar sharil are erowded eat of crt. rhey are paMed ea the street aaheed- ed and with oat aeknewled gates t. Aad jr et they are the very mm whose ehar teter aad iafgeeee in the Territory iroald make ihemthe ot etkkut x- icative oficers. We are opposed fe- rowijieea. We wast It stopped. W wish agak te see the time whaa a aaaa eaa walk the streets of ear eity, withoat the swagger and arms 0 f a haadit. , We wish again to see the time whea our. wiyee, aad sisters, aad daughters caa take aa af-teraoos af-teraoos er twilight walk, withoat being insulted by the foolish eoxcowbs who feed, upon our ewa haid earnings. $tese things we wish .to seej and, ur ;ood friends, wb bhali. sek thkm! A word, before jlosingi about the Uourt at Neshi- Without lengthy iommeats we shall state two or thiJee 'acts Of the, Oirand, Jury wbo sat at ephi and indicted McKenzte, fourteen rore from Csimp Floyd, and several of liem said to be gamblers. Of the rfikVerso Jury who tried SIcKoriiie, 1 an wore residents of Oatnp Fioyd and i icinity. It is but jastylkowever, hero j'say, that some of the jurors frdm 1 lamp behaved., fairly and bonorably ! 1 thefr deliberations. 1 Our liiQst magnanimous and Mgiily i steomed CJhief" Justice, you mado a ' idsf scrioitS under-tstimafo pf tho 1 lurders done in jour district.. A hun- ; red and, slttyl Why, that is scarcely j fration Wo :oursolVcs hdped4o 1 ay sbmo thirty ftcfortyf Jhdian.3 in J jat; district. Was Haft murder? . The evlef bears' tab silent xcuprd of the 1 tBeaere.?e,C peor Gwrtaiaon Bd: fela ' arty., And. the bones of nearfv two undred men j. women and children tell! 10 sad story of $e Mountain Mc'apTowi. rhy not come out plaitily, Judge, and n sll what you think? Let us have no more B uder-groundinsinuatioiis. Talk your th jhtiments like a man Wb want fr rime exposed and punished as much as br ou do. nay, far more so. Wo wish to K :o tho murderers, whito or red, lie t Mountain Meadows memory, ,ar-. ti( ttgned, and by the camo verdict that ex nvicts them, seo the raasrf of our ciir in ionpxtfnerated, .And this canlall bo fp ano.- Jlutnot bya juryVf -"gamblers ca ad army attacheesX, Korean, arrcstslmi itmade, in pur'pptnlon,-by thpSssU' pr icp;,6f , troppspr.':under;thoi of at arshaX'DpteonV dr it re3pectabHt;andHontir be re- W toaaccd-anjongeUjoWofficJsds and fr rpurse? in pledge,but ithft law 'will-be ir lidicated and, tho!' guilty brought to cp sttce.ifnstead of. a jury of ; camp Ti llowcrsi give us a. jury 'o hohest be :izens.. Instead of -transient adven- ri( rcrs, whoso characters arp of jprejgn th cation, give; us pir (own cxecutivb fu icera in our courts, men who have K me interest Tn the building up s,nd . eservation: of social rights,. In: fact, al; with, usr-as iuman beings, and merioaas. - 80 ro Thb Nbw TKRRiTORY.-y-Wa publish. Hi jewhere Nevada's I)eelaration of In- ex pendenee. There. was something so pli nfoundedly ludicrous about tha affair an first sight, that wo had thought of ch viog i; passing. Jaugh. and resting op ere. Poor pioas souls 1 how much coj ey havo'been abused-! Their vigi- rel ace committee have not been indict- pl and arraigned as banded murderers. "C ip gibbetts in their dismal grovel re les tin unnoticed and unknown, ,ciie.- wh des of many lands, theV-yiceijiive trl tdrawniipon them pven tho contempt ag: tho, nation. , -1 Thero.is somethingtp;bprpgrettedin sir, arrangements. . They, haye not P? jvided offiow fcr jauch more than ad ' '. 3 . - " iL Tsfcoaldihe. Kkal tiaWer & eiiiseM ef Ifc .mjeetie erejg taatitoryeaightta'Mveaei eif. la Wd f lrty they aheakl llaare had eaa hit ewa reprstsatatiira. Ikrt a aetbe .afraid, sitter Kavada. We aaai aeteoateet year right ta a dtveree. Te he wre, we, ar sepee ef as, ylaajta at year eera-iekis, the iaeraaee ef waiekiyea are aow reapiag; hat wa ara arat'jeal eas. Yea are weWeaae,. welse J all. Jat wa ta't thiak yea kraUl Maiorl)edf e fatrly, told yea had mdm eoaw apaad gtve their aamee at yaars oUs. Ia that F nnvi If 6 fra m thiak' yoahave .a4 maiy people aV'yei1 pretaad. Bat sre will kt that, ge..; If yea were "JWoraoBa" over there, we weald, have yea iadicted fecasHw . .. aad hang or pardoa every eae ef yea. Bat thea you are not We, shall calm-, ly take year ease late eeWderatiea; and in the meantime woald Bgett the propriety of your beoomjag aa 'ia depeadeat nation at once, aad eKewaiag your Crane. How would that do? Wuisksx aw IlBVpLVlBBWjp; tio not at this time purpose to trouble bur1 readers with a. long artiplb oa, tne use of whiskey and tie revolver, yet we have oir minds, decidedly made, up . , against the use of both. Our reason for placing thpm together is, that King Alcohol generally .commands whea the. revolver is, weed, aad without! whose, inspiration the revolver, in the hands of the mass of men and boys who carry car-ry one ia our. city, would be as barm-less barm-less as grandmother's speotaclea that Ho on tho table. Wo are .opposed' t'o? -. ": men carrying arms in pur city Itmita. 1 There is no excuse for) tW practice to - U ' bo kept lip any longer, and wo hppo 1 .Xl that -our. city authorities willjnquire'i-'v into the expediency pf passing a. , Iaw5f v' tbat will tajp tho pursepf all offenders.' H If, suchva law bo pn'fpfcod, wo will pre ' I diet" that 'crp many mopns-ax'i'ndv. ''M w'anp wc8hall again see observed among ' l, ,1 ua. that, good-oier-yelt it-wa oar ; - ' I privilege onco to enjoy, ' CbAt.--In our last we.spoko. of a iewly discovered coal bed on the Weer liver siqce which, time we have, had he pleasure to know that a load of coal -. rotn this identical bed, has been rougbt to the city by Mk WiUiamH. jmball. a fine specimen of( which now " :' es.on our table, open for tho inspec-:. ' on of all who may eeofit to call and ) xamine for themselves1. Mr) Kimball" , lfohns- us that the 0al mihp is within p'rty miles of the city,- and ,-tha;t :coat an ;be delivered in ibp'city at-.rates; iiich ,less than arc' now paid ..Jor-jimfe--. r theroalcanbbfin'nlsn y t rates', that 'wilL warrant p'prsons itt!' rawing, their coal '-dr.fueX aTonx-.jtiie.1 ' feber,, in-prefcrencb't6.'ha :6m the kanypn.- -These prpbsitionsj s 0 re 'based ptf.' ihp f act that one, ton off r ial is worth foUrlpads :'of maple wood,, toquality.pf ' Bd.has been tested hy thb Wo'st oxpe4 enced blacksmihs.of thjp-bity, and by-' tern pronounced a abovestatei. Eor f irthor particulars call. on Bpriggs aad : J"- " imhall. - . " - v - Arrival; Arrived in this city by;'" , le last Eastern, mail, Lord Grosveaor, in of the Marquis of Wcstmiaster, ea . " ute' for California, thence to China. l" is Lordship is lri the enjoymetntdj-. cellent,,, health, and --seems, mch , leased with ' tho 'mountain sceiieryj -id froth tho free and. uwestrained iat wUh. the Mormon dignitariea, e. ina ha "is satisfied that all bur own1 wesppndent" rcports.are not atriptly Uablo. -"We ish ;iis vwdplj easant; and .agreeable trip tp tie' )pir" of America and tp the "fte-v ' itialsV and thence tbC father-land, lere the f emiaiscences of his mbaatairi. " p and interviews will foriri, no dpubfi reeablp, topics of conversation, f;, MERCIIANDiSK, We i j$CB l achf 'isure in referring ourfriends to the ' ,vertkwit pfrtheeld atiatetfr 5 " - ' - " " - 1 - irf fttpcpi fa, kyietxperief a the Ulei iwiirktt Tay hare a tfcoM Aj wiw naitaia "i MliMfAbMN fer straight f, H, heeeetdeeiiag, and gmUmu (fcyorteMfct towards ati who farer tki writ 4 mK Fropi Wr owa rpf kc ki kUf " f wrtig r fr!aU that they will retire la easting tfteir wereaatile a cU- k tk pwfftt bather of G. 4 G fUMIAKWH?. hare had soi iti.lx im!iiim i'tt fit a tit HMJ mpmnncv m us kst yj. pens I all qatftis; the expectations o Lo doe, lirauBgham and otker parts f fr wh as mt factum, and ci kMstlj aeeere athr friesd tkat tl Yafleywki fm k net to he surpass by the heet e. Try frieBid Bee! ' with., ; OCR T'pSTAff :ARRANQ)KME(T5i are aware tkat the anxiety o sod perseae td obtain tkeir mail Matter, c the afriral of the Eastern iaai!t is, at profcafcly will be, for a time to, con ; quite aaneyi'sg to eur postrinastetfi this cty? yet sa'i & 88 patient s we choose to be, anil shall use our be; ' , endeavors io have Mz- Morrell removet and a citizen appointed in bis stoat ! one who'wlUiecl and cart truly be mad ;'t6 realize that -a post-master is, a pub k steward that his duty, alone iat -waif on the . people, fpr which he is o should be well paid, These things w aro'not done with, arid the wrong m.us . be righted., - ; Chaxqe of WKATnEK. At no.'tim '. M wo rcmemher to have experience! tho changc'of "weather tth the peaspi . pre han at the present. Wo foe grateful, for ' the cool nights' which'-inak sleep doubly jrofresbilpg, and woulii suggo3tthat f0 all prepar$ for, tb season rwhcn"sriow flies." t-Ifi Jiieai at 'our doors, o . ' 1 Messiis. Georg. CapNVN..4j Co;i-Those Co;i-Those bystors and sardicos of ypurs werorfupcrb. The etceteras wero llso of a superior quality. Wo thank you very, very kindly, UVrcmetober how pleasantly tro pledged the firm, vand exaidc a health to our home-merchants in.gcncraU. Heroes luck,, Goorgel Arrival. k-lders. J'phn Taylor and D; Richards, arrived from their .trip to meet and aid, -with teams ahdprovi-sionsi ahdprovi-sionsi tbe emigrants. Mcssrsr;TayIpr and Richards rcportthat Captains Steven' Ste-ven' and Neslen cdmpanios are tho last oE the; season,, and J.-aro expected,, to reach this city on Wednes'day o Thursday Thurs-day next . The'cqmpanies ar6 enjoying fino 'halth arid 9XQ getting :lon TveJli other dttyrpnQ"' scnb;(J,if6i: ;th,e liiountaineVrVl'f .-'IIo" eafd'fio h'adno doubt but what$e 'couldf pay;rfor,.thfi' paper, but' ho thought ho' Bhould borrow from his neighbor,-, harcad m somo. book; or other, about certain virgins who, thought tomorrow oil froin their neighbors,, insfead o providing fpr, themselves, '