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V fy rti t Jby h&r aumOi'iTmrVri , v?- V - X. & -- !,, .&J v 22 From Yesterday DULY C0U1X5E REPORTER. . -- , u 'fc DENNIS Editor 4 OCTOBER 23, 1S71. t 3?lygamy Conquered. BY TOE YTKSTEBB VKXOX TELXOIUPII CO. Th King of Italy, according t cable ad. THE CHURCH EXCITED. Vice from Rome, hat stated that h reqoliM the building and ground of tho College of The Northwestern Unfortunates. o ft. Aridrc, at Rome, for tho enlargement tlunroynl liable. Now, It U our opinion, LAW AMERICAN SUPREME. iftyi Urn, New York Telegram, that ilnce LIBERAL AID AND SYMPATHY. Mi occupation of the Eternal City, Victor Emmanuel ha displayed altogether too much .of tho spirit of Alarlc or Attila by hi eizuro of property and 'dhrogard of tho Kuklux War iu South Carolina ClirlMtcmlom whom tight and feeling of tho authorities ho has displaced. And thl last act eem tu cap the climax of hi wantonne.se. IIo iA. ha insulted and ludgerrd hi Ho) in cm tho OVERTHROWN. IMMORALITY lipc, depilved him of his power and revenue ai apolitical prlnco, robbed hiru of hi pnlacc and menaced him by proclamation. A 'Woisiloiflil Xtevolutloxx This (fvjrt,j however, itiiUegj at a still VINDICATED. depcr seated public right. Tho, American MARRIAGE College U located on tha ground of St. AnCOMMUNISTS IN CHICAGO. dre, ami if thejone is dofpvilcfl, wo presume the other Will to also. Tho American ColOF BRIGHAM YOUNG. lege. wa never iriablhhed by Roman, or THE DOOM with Italian remit, but in an A met jean inETC. ETC.; ETC., stitution, founded by tho Jc-w- it Father, with Amt-macapital, and tacked hy Cath- llejolee Chicago Sensation. L ltt ro n arid ftipjort. If A VERDICT. to roiin-ctho ctdlegi- authorities arc w- - shall have noth- h tiieir , i ing to y, asuming, of course, thut they EPEC1U DISPATCH TO THE REPORTER. will bo therefor; du-but If tho transfer should h tUVcfid hy Salt Lako City, October 21. The jury any form of implied force, wo think llmAmericnn people will he heard to utter in tho Hawkins casecutno In lad night with ( hr ir most emphatic protest. JYVmg verrimr on being opened a scaled verdict, which, olic A met lean lUtiHTEOUS influence - di-pos- ed WASHINGTON. ui rOiiion, Washington, Oct. 2J. 7 Advices received hero from Kouth Carolina, state that at Spartniuburg, on Wednesday evening Iat, the Ku Klux, consisting of a chief and seventy men, surrendered to United States Mar-riial Johnson, with their arms and dWguLes. Up to Friday morning jrcTunty arrest had been made in the vicinity of that town. ibis morning, was found to bo Gun.TV? THG FIRST VERDICT, i known tjo be the hea.quar-U- r was crowded, uml the Spurtnn&burg The court-roo:- ji for that tho of Congressional District.) Ar- In our extra yesterday appeared sensacreated an immcn.e announcement been , rc.ts Imre made 3n other counties, hut Ilavvkin-new, of tlio coi victio i of Tit m m . ., Salt Lakw C'.ty, for tho crime of ad.ilt.-rytion. The counsel for Tho People moved the number is not known. General Aker- mini is .'till with Culoiiicl Mtrill. .A Tie- - cfico L impoitasit a Ling the fr t un- bo taken into cu that defendant court tho n citizens afo mis.irlg, in her of the law of' Utah, which are sufll a which was hv' motion rosbtid tml of eluding Lyle, meruherj of the Legislature, stoutly ibr all tl.e j urpo ;u , tody, presenting who i reported to be the chief of thoj klan T king hences ot tho nature ot that jUt,t jjafmdant The pro.e ution, attorney. for Hint Among tlioso who hae tried. Out r.f this llawkins cae we have in firm the were convktionth.it r however, two umb-or three clergymen, ato VlW.opme.it of immoral practices known their lor strong rebel proclivities. th'j name and pretence of religion, which the ea-- e should take tho ordinary couise, Tlio oflleers of the law Are proceeding stead- defy comp tiLon with the foulvst crini. eon. and tho United States Marshal, accordingly, ily with tlie'.r woik, ntnjj hofora tlio ;ri e&ts in vc.'tig ttioii ou record. So loathsoin? and full of bruld dUlouiie was tho ny was directed to hold Hawkins a a prisoner. aro nil made they will, it is allirnud. how that no newspaper i:i tho country would dare Time was allowed to preparo a motion for the cxbtenco of deep njtid wide conspiracy ngaiu-ttht- t Sfat , ilia law-- , and ull wio sus t give tho disgusting details in full, and yet nrre-x new and of trial a t tain them. Most uf thp judgment, refugee, tltt re are tihls noo:t to take place before It to where ro known wlio ns a ivc Georgia gone Tho penalty of the Utah statute for the 1v, link this of Hawkins mint appear i older quiet. 1. ui find harmle-inquiry. There are Ihig crimo ii Imprisonment not rx-- 1 of aJultcry S. W. ham Young, (io lbe, Well, and hot less than three tin 1 rOhrcrs of Salt Like City; and Snow, ceedtng. twenty m whoso this of and more mty Hm'.th, tnuny years, or by fine out over ono tbourn 1 n reljr; ms life, when expo-e- l in tho of tai Id jformity, iiuet put vicj itse'f to tho I lars, or both f.no and Smprbnnmcnt at the ns adulterers wid those discretion of e ,bludk th? court, anj ing the conflict betwown the it hi bal biikig p upoti t ini r lut on acc. a BroH-bcV1 1 is RL i ou tho nil r, a toit ease, an virtually places Thb tbougli if troop ever the most tlons f. . r biec-t- , inil.-mniflo- Miti-faclori- ly oi j wall-know- h-- r s 1 1 . di-tric- t. . i I ti ; j j k j v to-ti- J- I HARNESS, ETC. MISCRLLANROUS ADVTS. of conse-iuer.e- e the wholesale arrests, and sought refuge in tho wood until an opportunity presents itself to seek safety in n more distant region. A reign of terror exist in that entire section of the Staled and depredations are being committed on the property of citizens who havo fled, by negroes and other evil disposed persons. A light is said to have taken place x on Broad Rivor between a band of and United States troop., and tho fight so overo that reinforcements had been called FtaE .AT. lCu-klu- A VAN-- - Let 1; DISPATCHES. THE LATEST DAL. . 'I THEHMIHS TRIAL. proprietor. . VICTOR EMMANUEL AS 9 r ." J. TOOHY, a nd MONDAY. .. . bar deserted their homes in Fxtri. for. " 1 ' . kAMvH CHICAGO. m". I funerat of Chicago, Oct. nel Grosvenor, who was shot on Friday with night by a patrol, took placo Masonic rites. The attendance was very large. An Englishman named Longworth, a carpenter and builder, living at DO Clinton about 8 oclock htiect, coinmited suicid thl 'morning, by putting tho muzzlo of a pbtol In hi mouth and blowing hi brain out. He lost all his possession by the great Cre, nnd has been drinking bard ever since. In Immense number of strangers vbited tho city Nearly all the road are in special trains, and tho burnt bringing district hiisjbeen crowded all day with ' strangers. J Chicago, Oct. 23. The Time this morning publish a highly sensational account of the origin of t lie great lire, in what purport to la: a confession of u member of tho Society International, who allege that it was their work. That lie set tho first fire on Dekovcn street, and about a dozen confederates assisted 1dm in spreading it. It declare this the third attempt to burn tho c.ty. Tho firj-- being on the 13th of September, when tho Burlington warehouse was burned. The second on Saturday night, proceeding tho great fire on Sunday. The writer further says that Georga Francis Train is a member of tho society, and that in his lecture in Farewell Hall, on the very night of camo near betraying them,"hi the This isthe the following language. s lad public addre-- j thut will bo delLcrid within tlieso wall!'? A terrible calamity i More, I can- impending over this city The not sny more. 1 daro not utter. Times says that Tndn made ue of thewords, which can ho abundantly atte butdiclhifs to o!lr any opinion a to the authenticity of the story. 22.-Th- Colo- o to-d- O 7Z 7, I c. ay to-da- y. Chance to Aifl tl.D Afiiidtcil. A and wcr3d by mar lawJln IntorJ Hum other tonic or .UniuUnt ww At u. rby-k'U- ln any Thry are A StfRE PREVESTAIIVExaUforellKeV B Uooene Intermittent. gup. eriHloir from mieunU.i tenere. 1 bey ero and tu ae n htuliiy an AppeUir case onuditfaUou are invaluable nd lirrspcrtuit, and in cae a of General Peotuty in prothey Lave noser In a slugle tnetanre laiicd ducing the tnnet liappy re.ult. Thry are particularly mSNEKlellAT. lO fEjIAl.K. etrMirthlnir the body, invigorating the mind, and civtnn tono end elasticity to tee wh ytm. The IIOIIE HITTElt are compounded alUi the jrveteal care, and o Tonio Ktlmulunt baa ever been effrred to the end at the publie RO J'LEASSNT TO THE TASTY, amenta, insame time combining tuanyT medical known dented by the medic d freternltv na the to the riierniecopur. It coxte little to give them a fair tr.al, and , u. nt die-orJ- cr A rrro-ninMirle- tl Fifty Dollcro Forfeit If lVodo not maho better 1 cord llcrnccj than tho l1 i Chop should have a Dottle. Every Family We ik evi ry one t rad tbe following ctrtifi U tuo pct-ri- 1 t 1 Fifty lIolliuo flint YVo enu mulfo bt4t j So iltlto- - r, t. u-i- ng -- 1 that avc t xp better caix "Wo vie, than tho Shop named Fifty - le-d- , . lit qu-ln'c- -t. X)olLfj.r,s MISCELLANEOUS. m - T n, 1 hj. .i. 1 I'.-i- Ca-uio- hion rp i) if la s COM FETUS T JUDGF.F, A. I i n.u-YLe- Not-nlon- lnul to ujunuhirat declaration made infamou hy tho of tlid wotids diconry and law. The crown n ing act in t!i i mi-.- i n of our advancing teem to ho laid dowiji as a task for the cxthpatin of Utahs unequalled That tho moral and legal of humat.ity will triumph, there .trngth a be doubt, and hence in the vast recannijt formatory labor wu look upon tho just condemnation of Hawkins as but the first step forward iu tho inarch toward the great viccixil-Iz.itlo- trans-giefexio- n. I. i. V tory- i Tho hungry editor of tho alt Lako J flatter himself with tho idea that wo mistook hi Chinook jargon1 for a civilized 2c-vi- ew dialect. , Aodaciou hoobyl i polygamids at the mercy of the first wife, ami l.nii on, ttii! t u ire tl. h at .ep k.Uti r b ibi familiv nro who, under tho act, i tho only party who or by martial law. Union nnU Jn flecing from Bpartun-hurcan institute proceeding agai:it tho hus . Yorkcounlus nineteen citizen werej lodged band. in jail nt Yoikxillo oni yctordny. Tho case was contorted on both sides with sixty inoro will be secured at Y orkviUo. for advisPrivate soldiers were iini'ri-ongreat determination, and the chargo of Chief ing citizen to fly' to ad void anvil. A special to tho Tithe from Scranton, Justico McKean to tho jury last night i Penn., states that Rev. Deviiin, in attemptIccturii in the fpok.n of ns being eminently ablo. ing to deliver uti streets ort Saturday night, wjas compublic pelled to retire from attack made upon him SAN FRANCISCO. by the crowd. Yestdduy afternoon bo attempted to speak again, when ho referred to San Francisco, Oct. 21. Charles Wil.njn tho Catholic a being thieve mlirdcrers ' Iho box on width ho wa shot dead yesterday in San Diego by and kicked stood from under him, was A. J. .Fenwick, wbo U alleged to have prefell to tho piivrmetit. lie was viously (reduced Yilsons wife. , hint and withdrew hinder protection Land along the Texas Pacific Railway police. A long lit t of inifsing vouch cs were line, from Fort Yuma to San Diego, hnye been withdrawn from tho market. printed embracing over three thousand in all Maxwells Northern Pacific Railway sur- and representing in detail an imrneiiso sum & Co. ajpear in the lit for a total a rich gold and Ingersol veying party of one million niuo hundred thousand; G ' silver lodge near tlieSoqualinio river, "Wat-IiS. Miller, for ono million fiur hundred tliousand; A. J. Garvey, two million six t tngton Territory. Incendiaries fired tho block, bounded by hundred thousand; Ballar k Co., hundred and fifty thciusmid;' A. G. Third, Foiuth, Market and Stevenson street?, half a million; Keyer &, Co. nbjut ninu last night, in five different points, hut all at- - hundred II. Smith over sever thousand; j tempts wero discovered nnd frustrated. The hundred thousand,' and so on. New York, OotJ 22. Tho rioters aro said locality i thickly covered with frame huild- nnd it i evident tho object wa to to bo in tho interest of cx Sheriff OBrien, ing-hum tho city. The polico arc trotking Up that disturbed tho Tammany meeting on Thirty-fourt- h street hist night nnd Wore distho case. persed by tho polico, ,Tlio lose of tho North Apierluan InsuA CARD. rance Company aro estimated nt ix! or seven hundred thouuind dollar. It asset aro claimed to bo oigldj hundred thousand, nnd Chicago, October lfl, 1871. Editor Rkpokter; Tho recent confla- it is hoped all it !uue will bo paid. gration which reduced to ashes the largest The Rev. AVilliam Alvin Bartletjl, of in an nddros last evening, expressed portion of this beautiful city counts-- ! us ware-rooits extensive Our victim. between tho belief that, although tho among with their entire contents are gone, two and three hundred millions dollar--- , Chibut our courage nod energy remain umli. minished. AVo ato already in receipt of a cago might bo made) to look ns formerly Ayr fifty million. Men liko William Ogden largo supply of Piano and other murical instrument from our New Y'ork and Balti- and George Smith h id pledged their milmore branches, and a (till larger stock is lions, for immediate guaranty tlmi Chicago under way at present. ( n returning busi- be imintidiately rebuilt. There were 110, OUO ness, wo beg to assure tho pre.--s nm,l our friend and patrons throughout the libmclcfs, foodies jriijilc to bo Liken caroof country that although our losses may bear until May, which will eot at least! five mil heavily on us, they will not in tho !oat af- lion dollar, and ruquiio all the itmneue fect existing contract with IheMewspaper, or prevent us from filling, with all possible sum that will bo given, dispatch, all orders which may, bo intiuricd i I New York, Oct, 22. Tho Horn to u. In a few days wo shall linvo on hand ial of Columbia, S. C., 2ht, says) informaa com pi to f btek of goods ready for inspection ha Wen received hero from York and tion. For tho present our oflico is located at 270 Michigan Avenue, wherd our friends adjoining counties pontaneously, that great will meet with the usual hearty welcome. excitement prevail owing to the numnary PI eft o givu publicity tn the above and much proceeding of United Mate Marshal and Yours respect folly, oblige. troops;! 41 citizen wero arrested nnd Baukr A Co., Julius crammed iu a jail which wa Already full, Formerly Ci Y'ahingLm ttaeet, At present, 270. Michigan Avenue. and negroes and several hundred eitixen p, To-morro- w cl anti-Cathol- cul-thron- ic l. i ERIGHAM YOUNQ IN DONS?. , ) ' ' i T t $ f fJ and immorality. l fr Cv lli'Kii:itly inijM-rknis-ru- I pretention, were firmly credited by his ignorant ami deluJcd followers, who saw in his debauth-eri- e tin- - realization of tbiir hideous system of religion which he had planted so far beyond the verge of civilization. As long ns the Mormon remained isolated from the re-- t of tho world, Brigham Young was safe ftoin nrret; but the opening uf the Pacific Railroad poured a flood of Gentile-int- o a flairs Utah, who soon changed the apectof to a clo.c. mid brought hi ami iiicorruptibic federal oflicirs 1 carle were found, who at oneo took r fled be measure, to secure tho enforcement of llio laws, which involved tho arr.-- t and ptirtirimient lo of prominent church dignitaries, including groat head Brigham Young himself. Thoserved with was urch cl accordingly tho of into taken ?utody, placed the usual process, before th Ur bf Jutico like any common iiminal, to answer for tho many oflenws imho had Cor so many yearn committed, with under bond to await iur Minily, nnd placed Court. III appearance tho of tlier action a a culprit was on Tuesday Court tho before human great no. a sad commentary upon But a few months sinco Brigham Youngs was supremo ruler over a large and proiper-onfortunes of at territory. Ha held the in his hands; thousand persons lirty In themselves held men armed thousands of readiness to enforce bis orders; no dictator word wa over more latent fur goml or ill. despot whoso claims were In short, bo was a who was feared and obeyand unquestioned stripped of Ids lower, ed by all. bcioro tho ho stands trembling and cowering quibble legal federal court, seeking by every bold-l- y to' avoid the realty of those law he so v tv violated. Hi arrest and but pivvo fatnl to escapes conviction, cannot Mch h system that infamous religious i ; At inaugurated. . Polygamyfew year, this vile stimpod out, ami in a honor will be fun, blot upon our national Y. Y. Telegram. eradicated. I To-da- y, ' s f i - t-- t K: ; I i ' cd J - FulrtliiM fail he 'crrtary of War t!;- - ui.ru thouaml u ifonn I. ir- - i j W. T. 1 r M. . . rx t 1 x.q A 1 or Ik V il v, 1. ! b'i n. CHICAGO. XT st ( v nt f (! ,z..rv, . 1 . . S . Ii ' 1 Noi-sk- I)ri)'ft a ,tret. lief of the suffering. Immense supplier of men's clothing have boon forwarded, and tho great need now is for heavy clothing for women and children nnd underclothing. Lynn,'Mn-.telegraphed on Saturday to tho Mayor i draw for fifteen hundred dollars; St. Louis, New York and other citie have done likewise. Martin & tlh To Sliojv wlial Is mtaiU fcj " Proposition, FIFTY DOLLRp arc deposited In the Kc- i pqrter OISco ca the fimt test of Super! srity. ECetcham, i WHOLEfiALE AND RETAIL . , Dealer la Harness Harness, Leather, Collars, Sad- dles, Etc. FOREIGN NEWS. I.ondon, Oct. 22. -- The Atlantic Cable Wo aro now buying Leather Lower Figures than any yot companion havs agreed t allow alltolegrau s to of to relief the pass Chicago, relating brought to Utah. over the wire fra. Fari, Oct. 22. Prince Napoleon landed Tlio Fir3t Harness Shop at Ajaccio on yestetday. No demonstru- -' Corinne Controlled by a tion made. O. Jtoiitaun Slrert lul ItoUH Dcrior whoever thlnlia ho can f walk away with it. in w. W. la . 1 Peaches, (Vow-b- ut CALL AND HKK OJJlt WOI5K, AND 1IE CONVINCED. 5 HULL, Efldilaycr aud Plaslrrrr. Apples, it with an equal amount Corinue. oetl2-l- Wli!9t-- I at Cover Harness Maker. II. ELLIOTT, the Best Weikmtn Employed i O. G. T. X. Oranges nml Lemons, milK REGULAR X - Cerium MEETINGS OF Lo.ijo J?t. 3, led. pih.tent Order of c held cn A Tetuj Jar Tsj4y oAMiIng at 7.SC All luen.Wrs iu good standing are iuxited oock. to . Ky owler of th W.' C, T. a-- LIMES, IVUTS, B't-u- d. Clii-cag- n, T t v ;. -- Hu-mcr- i n: 'I,. s reoc-ivcr- i. m rtir. .rrr.n., - ! the ct c. , s p t. ? i, r?i n.?v( ni, one ,n. t t; i f'rir.in a U "O i .rirti t itutc people, nnJ h il a fzvoru- t tv Tiii'a IMt er n.it xkU itt( t j t hlo icply. General Bhcrklan InJ tobl him ftrt !h t si -- fl'.,ni Si.tarul tb t, te tps,nj til M Sirftl prsW M mie that when our people had done all they w kn'iw of mw l) on, nvl Very rerp "I'nUv MjVtein. At. T. could ha would i$uexations nnd would kiep i,.vAUS 11UK H, At. n. ft. A. Maiumim. H. JJAfCr.s, M. 1. supplies on hand all tho full to draw from. For fiale all by said Groerrs. thousand dollars Allen fifty George W. A. AS. J o would lie subscribed here and twenty-fivJACKSQJ &, CO., Props, thousand in New Yoik, and over one hunlaboratory ior 107 ST. V.OVT.M. .11 0. dred thousand would boon hand for tbe reclo-,- j anl m imiKirci j The, fir?t direct, .orious blow given polygamy was the arret of Brigham Young and his arraignment befuro tho United States Court in 2 a It Lake City on Tuesday. For years has tho lioary libertine, under tho guLo of religion, debauched tho public mind and practiced tho mot licentiousness, boldly defying nil efibrts of government oflicinls to enforce in tho Territory of Utah laws for thesnppresrion of vice .(lovnor Lav. i TUI1, Tliii: SUVTJ.RING ,Tt uirr-;- 1 WON TO BE SENT MONEY na-th- Ku-klu- x bt; .uadi: BYTnn.i: v j univ-r-a- l -- Ccd-rcc- !i - in from many of the mod eminent phyaiclane ' country ; A. JACKSON k Co.j St. Loci. Jttly.Wa.-JAM- ES Oi ntli in n is tu have comninuicaud to the nid-tea- l Homo pith re, pi of tsl n 'he receipt if the it cenuot, thcreltuc, tot con dered ae a eecret tr ratent mod cine. n baling been tilen for It. We have evamtned tho forii.uta f r rijabtnj; tho Home li.itcr," and unhUaiing.) ey tte combi tuition I one rf rare t e 1 co, all ihs ai tie'ee used f the cah to wh'ch in ita conijo- - thin aro the bei-the btl'mr, luing htU.v Tihf S IniuUnt, Stomachic, Oariulnuiivc nnd li:ht!y Lntalive. The n.tsle of nrcpvriog them i strh tly in accordance with tl e rules of pl.urti'iu y. JIa Ing used tin m, oseen it. rife t tn rccon-R- ii in mtr pm ate practice, we take p'eau-inlitiK them tn all perana desircua of taking Ii t now tcr. a leP ft tho bt t Tonic aud BUmulaut , ngerrd to the publ.c. F. O. PoRTm, M. P. fit. IhusuMXi.K M. I). M. I. ALVitrn l!ir.c. k, M. I. tbfnnuK, V. A. W auk, M. D. iVttMi MolloWfcU.. M. I .T. U. Ib A. n.sntc. M. 1A Wrimt.t, M. I. . M. Tr 5. V. F. Lritri', h. O. W W. A. WlM'nt, M. 1. F tlMH. llrittnr I, s. XUt.tNr UosetTxt, fir. I.ct'ti, Mu- - (W. S. X'lTo. JAS. V. JAf KON A Co j I have examined Stomach Kit- the formr.la for making the trra." and ned them lit the Ho'! ilalfor the last four mnj.tba. I cotmi.Vr Um tha mo t 'valuable tonic and etimulant now tu ue. I., MKLCHKU. A. 3a KJai A co, Ht. locvis, July 0, .Ia. nbtctt eared-fr-.r.Uhaving examined die f.uuuula from i itUrs ate p- - pvie-l- and hoi:-- ! in. vitnessetthe meth'Ht rf com! P.lng tl.e cM.Ttrcnt a tbe ibin nMf nrouwnl riodnnt., with can Pr-tl e are a whUh tonic care ulth vrbhh th- -j arc crttnp.inndiwl, and prat cuter ini tbcrt from the choice mnttrld ubi-'relieve nod nit that they will rove, aether the iru.- -t i epuar touio and Mlmul Mnctob. jn Pe1! eclfrUy jctir,--, ne. A of Oct. th? 22. meeting Milwaukee, O T. M. Tomxt V. Vasi T. J, if D. ire. Relief Committee w.t Ik bl la t evening t We rbrrrf !!y n nrtT nhh every In thu alsna tivct Governor Fubvltihl and Colonel C. 1). Jirv ? i mkv. M. I. - Jj Robin-oI KMTI.e, Sf. ll. of O.cgn Bay. Colonel R hin-oi- ii I Ha . Va-- rK, M. IJ, M. 5, J. W. I. P. ;, W.unt, j. stale I that the fire ext emlel on Hie pn-inmc vi. tf-- 1- .- ,M -j iv'ivv.ti.'M i. f -a t ... i f . over a trait of fifty mile, long by iv it to , X, t ,i i. F.itt r i eel - h'.tc t v bfr ei i r cpt f rrn i tt.io'.r twhUe wide. On lbe v.e.-- t ilo of the Bay i Oi the h.o, (,7 . d h'nm. Ku-klu- i Con- o.-- i And 11 otUer HAfiHEQo AUD loi-sb- LEGO, The Cheapest aul Hcst OH T IE PACIFIC COAST. TROPICAL PRODUCTIONS, toniXYC,' SADDLERY, Wo don't uao cny OLD BOOT end never omptOy nimricno or cap- pcno. " l Concord tlarnoss Made a UTAH. Specialty, ou 1 UUty n.l rrfi'ffi I fore bm lag fist where, t .tiler iron tic country i rcint't'J filted W arero,mi a ul fa, -. Book and Stationery Store Alwija oa Wud Ui. UUt . . JIuutMiu Street. C'orlnnr. IV. A. 1KIRG3MX, , KOit Mncaxinoa, Howpnporo and Po - IOR RENT pieaaxjstjy hieatfd. I App'y to W. -- ill fculfit . intAKH AND LETTEIl f'EABd ARE a Kclat ,J Uspotxii Oc. be wrn t tte efllce, Bpecltnea of priming m4 ea a aun r.i0TT0 i; "uv: HA.JL,D. v Kimbc li Co. Phuto, direct lixmi. the - A SMALL ADOBE 7, FJelt. at tSKOiDt cf Coritinn, .u Je27tf litctory, never used. nttliNOhlce. fOB vac. WORK or VVEIty M J atti::!cio cut:.:is irr rue:::::?. live; Apply KS pl ,U7. nttlT-t- f A. CZc'Jmon, Proprietor.