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DAILY MORMXG LEAi,?
resLCoIE DAJLT. TBT-W ETK1.T UlT, 1
E CO WL E S & CO
M Sopenor ut
TERM3 OF DAILY AND TBJ-WEEEXY.
Dulj. pet erek ,- BJ CU-
Tm-Weoe.lv. er we cv cu
" - " year $3.01
Daily far lea ikaa Oa Year, M (iu per
Terms of Weekly Leader.
I Th rtofeur mw BriutisM i uat a rMwextra nut
arwe at th Lk Ll- K wtsuiO Ut iMaelkml t it yi nn , as
well ukUMttMni; aaU luaw- have, Btcnrdiu Ijr, rMocrd
U tuitfcnvtHNt Kr ol l be WKKKLY LEADER, to in-
g 10 sMbkcru'ar -o u.i a, uullah anu rirn 1111 is
per year, kiwi ON K bOLLAK to m mmUs They tlto
oAf-r ibe lollop .u" wdurehM-iils to clubs:
leufM . $13 WM lurviM.... 1
ie . 11. out ao " e
3H a.ult( - Mv
All lout Urm Fiee eeau ertra wiil to cwabJt d ea
a hc4py, t Clubs, wh-rc Um bum at lb serv-riber at
vr.uea oa it. Ah extra C4py tukiwaa i the cotter a mt
Invariably in Advance.
rSPeraoMferwardiaronUra fnr nbtcriptiun, wLhot
fcc casta, naed aot expect to fr-teita aey axiaation.
TF.IOIH OF ADVEBTlSIXJt
vrriiEp asp irviciB.
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2ilcrtioaicMtj i-sit d bh.1 f;ac4 m romjba mt Specjml
Kinei. NuIkm. JHflite tlie nnlimry rw .
Vrrlv AdniMnCoMlrM-iul M MiMlanttwod t suplT
trinlr imiie Imim-dule temjueM uixh AWmaer. ami all
i i 'MlrtniaraMMU ea4 Ul bf U. adrtur will b
ChMTAd I III K.
N.4M-e o4 Mretints. awl Fireswa'4, Military, CbanUbl
aad l.i ti!;ioil AHrf. r-w wwnbi.
Hmmm NoUrt-a la V..Uu.ijI I .iIuimh wwi ita
i caarred at
All '1'iwM-at Alv-rtittnenu. twtw paid Carta ajance.
A Jvi-rtiMuat-au latbe Weekly, aaa auuai leaa, lar Uuee
a !!! r lc. auae a daily.
Adieruaeaarau la lull and Weekly v 11 to rkarrnl M
killaai' Veaila AUiatuaria aajrabie qufterly
Att'ys & Counsellors.
CE0. S. CLAPP ATTORNEY AT
ViLAW and NOTARY Pl'Bl.lL'. Uoica aeer MeBridea
liiuf Store, Herat. Ob o. auiaort
S. KKKKU1SU ATTOhNKY
UUOOKS, B0AU0MAN A FOKD.
U ATTOKNKVS AT LAW. Aiwalcr Builuiiijt. loU
ol aiujkerMrvt., Ctvralaod, (to.
D W. IKVOkl. W. J. BJAKltMAM. - L W. POF
W ILLIAMSON & RIDDLE, AT.
TilHSttStl LAW. Ot.-e No Superior -at
4'HneUad. Oluu. S V1LI.IAV-ON.
)ajl A. U. kiUUl.t.
C- IIAULES 0. H A L D WIN ATT 0 R-u-t
sviMl C4utucitr at La Offlc 2i Supt-n r af . over
I lit l!uk. ,anliUl
j )ALMER & AUSTIN, ATTORNEY?
X A r 1 A W. utEce ueer 1 innia.rr ial Bk
ASPE R, J. F., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Waira, inukiniU County, (Mm. OAc; No 51-
Miliar! -trrrt. de-3Hll
VJ PAULDING & PARSONS, ATT'OR-
O NKYS A T LAW. OnVe. Paroa' Ulo, t, Suaeravd
a r sPAiLiiiMi. b. c. raaauaa
r4 K- ('. 'ARSONS, United Siala. Caauuimonc r. aad
Mtisier t'fmiii.vi.,nri m ricjiK-r-re fi.3-K
Att'ys & Counsellors. Stoves, &c.
if a A'toaar Morautc ILxpma.)
A GREAT STOVE!
Tara Barrels af Flear Bakea la 1-2 Ilaara
WITU 43 POUNDS OF COAL.
VESTERDAY, WAND'S & KIN-
NICUTT.rnrrBt" iirrt a . R-aer atrets, halird
f TWO H AKIM LS f Wiac' J-ihan JJttia Kioar. IN
I fcl.VE HOtRS, wiili Kottf Turac luusnkt ol laai. la
STEWARTS COOKlX STOVES.
Ttwiire wt it at H.Vrork to la- atttprataw. aa4 wa
.4 loorhtrd J ume i1j, uJ m t-a cj ia liirvtore
U-t evetaiiu; 'be lirt was Jrtac cui4h t ihakritM- lkrOT
Hxu hours. ti tU. a iltiva h allj
A UHKAT "INSTITUTION,"
ru Ju as aiarh ar Mva- tf lh trjkir trvaat ta
ttir.itf. Tn- Hr iul b i I c w l m Uii i Uf
lb a crk or lea Jiri- there i tbe atotbatr tikiitaL,
ol ubk'b due iulfcoe wiH b-rnrr.
THE Sit: WART STOVES
sou !u i: by
JoIlN INritHSoLL t f .
tuvl tf No Smieia.r St
S T O 1
AMI KNAMKLED GEATES.
Ar L MARVIN, NO. 9'PUBLIC
H SJAHK. tMitb wdethas racnvarf ireab
rota iW 3oi artnry oa w Lbc laixau at4 bwU aaaurt
aaul EKAMKLEO CRATE4.
Krer brootbt to tbis nrukat He alnLyskrenso4 H-ai tHa
ttvst. Dcwesi an.I nto.t dutfircil urlai ol CUOKINii aad
utbsr ktiuls ol S to V ICS
Mantt fart ured Exprttsty for iku Market, c-f
VVarTiiJifrf jt irf perfect salitfactiom.
1I altu ii noo-tuiif cmoli-d with a aaanrtaavnt at
U vHH.rD War akl House K iiu5btax Articlaa, aad haa
bdiiMl -mi iaui4rim.a Ut tark at Tin. Cou.-r atid
Su lr.-a Ware, ail wt bH-h MlAM) WILL UK
bOLl. U vhuaccaie or retail, M caah
At Prices to Suit the Timet
kinds of JORB1NO. HOOKINli. SATE TROUUH-INi.Su-
.tic , iiaov iu lUo bajsI uXkJM.aAUk" akaaApvT, aad
ut SH IRT NOTICE.
a- Tiie tronlo. tlw MilJir,Fis tatharhewmcof the atrtM.
m ptr-ama e il 1 k 'lur puirtuUag alsea ton al lit oUl aad
Writ katlWS ptai.tl Ol
P S Buck". FaUest Hitcl Cook, ft uvea, two aixaa,
W. Is. MARTIN.
iti'- i'fcwTr K 4ri : If Puhiw Sqr?
Al. PAT TIN SOU.
l-RACTICAL HOUSE AND SHI PLUMBER,
Na 7 Park Uaar, bark af OMCaart Uaaae.
T MANUFACTURE AND KEEP
AeAaasn'ly u Ka -d a r a.iU Ir aAaonsirst .Tii4r,
ImI Ir.Mi Rali-.t; T:t.. Mrtta, Hlaia and Faarr.
('in ua Wah Bjiho. Water C kMcu, coamMaa Lilt a. Korea
fum. 'tt i ttf t-"t ilt-Trriifima. Ata. 1. Warilaer k Co.
I'diu-ut Itahaa Suiae. V tUtaat, aad ai. aUaer ariacaM tlua
Il rr- W Ims'pes.
Ilanac htd aver tweatf rear: cxneriaaca ia tbiahraarh
f paaM ttaai-ai. aanl ihe lax tor tea: aacaced ia
th rif-(al boose in tru, I t'eel oiuH.lrut ut cirtnc va
Itrr ku.tctjtja to ail wbo aiay iaot saotkHh LiWir paLruai-
l.vlraaU. Tuftt, Cl-s and BaaiM iUcd p la Lha
a!. aad aaI airtTed sJTle.
or.lers in the c.ty and c-niatrT aruBDile attadsd ta.
JottiMiu ex-rmied wiLh aaaUtaas aid diapaicA
Cleveland Plaaibin Works.
ATWATEK BLOi k. fOOiOV SUPEKIOR STftRET
J. II, Barnes & Co.,
lalitad u to aw uae r tr.aa the
s 4-11 sl ttW erral tfilj:ns at the abort aatbluhaeal
rdtiaE ter des.nrK af
II A T II I it uuonSt
Hot Water Fixtures and Fountains.
Th- impTH'Uf keeiitaiiUy om ha ad arary dcarnp-
" Drst FiuUkcd Flumbin! Siltriali.
rdo.nctLe Bkst prnwt .rk, 4na-aannag tbatr cbaira
f ditfareat aires mad aaXtcrat;
B A T-H I N G TUB t
ol W4-ad..liad Txoaed Cwr aad Ziar,
Load and GalvaniteJ Pipes,
ihe tre-t aad latest impnwed
WATER CLOSET FIXTURES,
UydrmHia I tlsuaa Fittciw Brtuf madl
rtatrdl 1 ark.
lueluJiartbe Palest Selt I'to-ao- C-ks roreatty iatrde
aad mgbly rwcuaiaiaadrdim a-U AULf l foloo t
STEAM HEATING APPARATUS.
beaUac Iftarellias. Mtrbi. tire, th late at
i saprtvd kicd, i t Ufkitd aiiattl lo ( ra tmItlikrloii.
A Urre ahd rii4-tea( Htfi .. r!u-riartd ww k art-a kept
s astatfty m haatd.ci trra I to alload U nauxiavg aaal re
ParTrro ar aileatfoa r in ii-d toUieir faciUucs for ittrtay
' a HilTKLS. DWELU.N'tiis SHOPS. &ALOON&.
BATH IN, b iTeOtyNS.avCia aetiovl aoaacr, aad am.
IM- trfl S-t4n1 itw el a. savaw
11 uiubiusaud Steam Work
PLUMBING AXD STEAM WORK. -PLUMEING
ASD STEAM WORK
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMB1SG AND STEAM WORK.
PLUMBING AND STEAM WORK.
J. . BAH.VFS a CO .
MNtetarrr at all kial
SHAI.I. NMHIXltY. LAlHkt. MnDFLS.
Ktiliri! Mills for Jrclrr. ud Vriti.lt
MilL AND 4TIItR FltM dVe.
TI'HNINU AIID FINIHin UK" FH ALLT. "
M SDpeiiwt turret . A w.rn u Umlrliafa, 1 1 W-. ! d O.
uilaa la Waaaell Muva. i autJ I7i
. - - -
E. Covrles & Co- Publishers
-Office No. 54 Superior Street.
AUGUST 2. 1858.
I Sailllac par week la City Sakaeribcta
i titm Dallara par yaar la Mall Hakacrlkcr
Hats, Caps & Furs.
HATS! HATS! HATS !
1M larKCBi awes ao i gmimm vaiiTiy -
LIGHT CASSIMEUE ana"
DRAB BEAVER HATS
Caa be foaad at arire. lacoereaticaal wttk Um tiaan. at
jaa-Jt E STAIR It CU'A IS SgpenneSt.
EVERETT HAT. SOMETHING
aew. air aad taat r. Call aad sa our larra Mork mi
wiA'0 and oloreu alra-rs inr taea aad boys.
my. d PL l IK k t. u . js suferir.
LADIKS" RIDING HATS AND
.AL Nl LETS t in a-aurta'iiiuo ofpcaur at
myls ULl i iu., iMertor m.
SUS1EH C1SI1ERE DATS. fT
L. BENEDICT & SONS
AraaeUias a toaiuuot
PEARL CASDIERE HAT,
Far Sumaaer wear.
1M a:aw hac a tail Aaanaaeat a W aaavnaoic vtaex
i- ilk Haia,at
15 SI PFRIOR RTEET
pillLDKKNS' FANCY iSLMMEK.
HATi lmi-ata-lelT,jurt o,Bed at
ayis L. nr. KlMl l at .-- uprnTr i
SALM LEAF HATS White and
L t'oloreil. JvraltBaud Poya. af whilea-ile and rettt.
a . IS L. BUNKOirT a MINX.
VOUXtJ MEN'S STYLE OF SILK
JL HATS Jat recei4. Tlte prettirrt attle cwr
oMer-d for yoous BM-a. At BriNTO.VS.
ap twirr Jonnwin'UM, ji5tnnmM
E STAIR & CO.. ARE PRE- r
a pared ta tanukk tb. ff
Tto qaaljty. atykt aad iaiah af oar
art (aa oalt Wrnrpaed. at.
Spring Style of Hat
SATITRDAV. MARCH 6th.
L. Benedict & Sons.
aK srpvvinn ST
RUCKETE HATS! fT
fl V V K E Y E
Just the Hat for tl. afnn ' GtMtJ auul
cheap ! Call ami mem them at
Fa. 31 AIM MF ,
jb No. iSuiaenora.
Wm I. Pbicc.
PRICE, CRAWFORD & MORRIS.
(Siirciautttn.'RWKOkI. PRICE a. I'J 1IV1-
er ia Una' ltiii. Miuera Kuzr and ( In prar CmI,oy the
care. Office, Uover. lacnt Pier, i'tcviiUiMl.Ohao.
T- P Hiadjr, i'aah'r t-oxa'l E B Ward Detroit.
Bonk I'lrvel d(iieo. W. CUt-S
JoduPerkiB, Prrst BaiA.Kuiiv-eT it Cm . d..
Ci'iarrt.r.-e Cievel 4 Prk-r Hdvadv, i'a.bT t
Hutttr. Hurhe m. C , do I Bank, New Yrh
H K. Suisei, Cav.b r Alu h lai ktlt, B-U Uer m Co.. di
las Bti.k ... Ut tr. it, J. U a ird . luf oaio.C W.
A H Adaaas, Caab'r NaT'e A. Tarlrr do
Bik lrcir.4.,i BJhtOd w
1 8 5 W .
i c PF.nr.F.Tiv no.
DEALERS IN LEHIGH, LACK
auatta, iViter Iliil, Cbtaew, tTtliuvulgm aad Kvw
Oihce K. ft Oviau'a Excaajec, Yard mat SaoelHir Street.
"DEWBERRY LUMP COAL. This
BDrM-r artKTte frf Bl Tl MlSOLS ( UAL which i
pdvruct.iaxiy aUdiptrdto dumetir purit-taea- a well for
steuB aad inM h BM.caa be bad ut th aaa'.erivtcikrd Ajaola
for ttie Company.
Order, lurciir orforeisat-akde will bee ceewtetl with dii
patch. aa-J Coal delivered at an iartol lb a city of aaualilt
wlurh will not tail to l lease, if ieit at tit jer of oar othce.
ocatLtostorcof Oar lord fe Hammond, N j. 3ttn,p nor-t.
rt? No hi Birerttrcd-tatodC k P Coal Pier.
"WTW is THE TIME TO SET IN
.13 Toai-Wtuter supper. We are daily raatirri acpiea-
did articie lor biovesaad OnHes, wbtrh we sett fT yi (
aertOM. Paittes wiS44inr ta purchase wtH do wait t- fiTa
us a call. All order ihn.u-- b the Poal Olfive itrkHiiiiiy at
teoiied to. Ulbcaa and Yards M l P. at. K. piaiaud at
C. m. P. H- at. M acauiie aroyv awajkfnrti.
aTva JiiHV MV CO
J. llerdman & Co,
11 Water Street, Cleve'and. Ohio.
DEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
Coia. o.eica aid Dt'BM-stie 'irhapee, Carurrent
MiMtev. and Laud Waminls. Col artMKts ia tlte L ailed
States'. Caoaddi aad Europe, proaiptl attended to.
Areata loribe UTemowi snu jtew i ors acrs w sisiaouir
Lia. b wbich Puucicai be seeded either to or iron.
Liverpool iU tUe aoveruard rales. Pasearacaj alMbese
rarrxl iruta Liverpool to Nr York. iu4jea ad Kew Or
laim bi ihrrmiiir li.rt of aaiiiiat Packet Sbiaa. Also.
troaa Hjirr-1. HaAbarp: aied Bremen u Sew V-rk DralU
fiinxubed troraae asaonai.nratie hrouchr atttn- CteiurpeMt
f kuroyic aadtjrt-at BritUM aad 'trelaod. For lirt her aar-
aiarsaauif 11 Kauauic aao. tiri'i-numftoi
11 WatTSireet .CeT' 'l. Qluo.
. L WHIT"..
K. M STiMltnT. C W. STAN DAB T
ITTHITMAN, STAN DART & CO.
H Binkcn. ud bil(ri u Fon ut ind Dwntir Ci-
chanre. N " S'ipeniir troet. We draw direct oa Io-
dua aad wil' twraisb Ilraits tor aa laHn-i uaysbteaiait
the nnanpal ama sia Enclaad. Ir laad.tirotlaod, Fraace
aitTmaav. I'otiectloMaaada 4(Mi all arcaile poiaU
tli r--:riro'i t"hrnt f -tM- tod C-ti-i it)S-1v
ONNETS. A LARGE STOCK AT
exwat It lrdwred nncea.
MORGAN fc K?OT:
ONSETS At half price the whflle
! TrTT r.T.TWF.RY GOODS.
BO..NETS ! BONNETS !
At HWrWr out Rettil.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
TT larra Hark rerentle puTraaaed at treat It red aea4
anoea, aud eaauFFClt BAF-1AINS Ak.ii larta and
raiijkvaaew mA ot IKlMMkl) BONNETS, laat wt
ao MfT-r cfteaihT 'kaa .er Lcl.e. Al. I Re-NCH
FLOWFRS. a lret arrival aadot eerr rbuareearwlf
AlaoFKt VCH LllfcLS.
Alao, a late, atora 01
Aad eren-'.htar at-rtueioc la lae Wholesale r Fetmtl
Ulllliaare 1 rade rat be fud IB KTeat variety M my'.m aad
uiultty aad tae twweat pi ermie prir.a ai
MORtSAtt k ROOT'S.
MILLINERY GOODS. MORGAN
B HOOT are daitv rareivinr froaa MaaMitarttArr-ra
aa.i Awrisuse laare aaotUBte l MUUaerj tiooda, aUsd
are a- oprniue
1 Cs- Booaeta, all nrVti;
Un Car?au Kreachaad Aasenca Flow an.
ft..) Bnxes Bnrhen;
Aialt the hi luatia f t.adiea H ad-ctrar. whi.h will to
tMPrd blealr or Ratal! . at a mbincly lew ncea, ia
with Ike Lup-s ai lae
al C'lTT MILLS STORE.
rpo TliK LADIES. We have just
A received a laraje aad rbetr lot af aew Kl Lbna. ,w
ers, Ftrat.rera. aad soeae ewaire and aew waknais lor
W later BajHs,ai . d wbirh have beee btiecUl Tcnrheas
aad will be sold at 2j rl i ist i-a thsji rosMtb ran s,
(i I earl aad saaka a select in while the aortaataa,
ex-ar--r. At SHAW B Co. 'a.
Jer l is So pernor at .
7i NOTHER INVOICE OF REAL
IXSHAKKH BVN ETS
A larce Pock e Knasia t rah btmckt eheaa.
Blearhrdand lrnB Shaktrr Twels
Baresler L&aeas; pillow ('ae-ftcs aad Sbeetinra.
Disaaok Ta'it D'apera and Cloths, IwiUra. ar.kias,
Dduaatk Bofdered Towels an1 Tow-har
arts TAYL4iH.UhlSWOI.I7 A CO
XONNETS!-LADlES BONS'KTsS !
JJ U have -okibt m saasr u4 ib-wi VoW 1ti. Indies
bu two oritamafHere we sball tan teaetl tr eia all As
aaiadaraseai we ahalloBfr taea. so cheap there will be
BAarroaotMf Oi haviac 1 hr Old "tlOCrC pe ," utWkc
mUbecbeaaerlhaAttoau oaa -oim .
plt MOHGA? ; k KuOT
CHILDREN'S STRAW H ATS We
bar? mat received (frowi Aacti-w) alaiy - aicek of La-ar-hara
aadl eiored Straw Halt satiable tur atora ai m iitrtj.
af allsis. which we will "er lfr. per cent below use
ajarkat poccs. at Krtimw
mi3$ Qoraer sevenor atsa PablicSnoare
MISSES FLATS AND SHAKER
HlHjIKi The dai anw re ad-eaaae tad act
Mat Mlr.eC3a taat ar.etnr iai .
S Saaeraar St . BI S'. ON 8.
and CarA.-faidoi-h'a Old g"eee.
THE GENUINE. ORIGINAL, KITrtli
A l si. Obi. Khakr-r BuaapeU. 'Trb-rad. Ttewrstaa
taarket reretsrd tlua ar iter Jot(t. aad hi roren-d
W-vloa aifl TAVl.tMt. liKlSWQJ fc I Q
"POZKID GLOVES The Terr
leal taitanail; aad aittaavotd at 7Sir aayr.
; - ....... , k EAVMONU af O.
Difficulty Among the U. S. Officials—Polygamy.
—Interesting from Utah—The Army at
Salt Lake City—Return of the Mormons—
Brigham Young—Mormon Congregation,
New York papers hare full uit interestiog
arcouD'a of the entrj of the Armr into Silt
Lake City, the Mormona, their practice, eou
tlitioo Vc., the itici coming down to July 3J.
We ekim the creaui of the corresijoruJence.
ENTRANCE OF THE ARMY.
The Army of Ukib, unJer commanJ of Bre
vet Briiraijicr General Johuaton, entered tbia
Valley on Saturday, the Stilh ult. It was about
9 o'cock in the ntornin when the right of the
advance column emerged from tlte ckl't of Ibc
Watatch Mountains known as Emigration Ci
non, and began to spread its Iod? line over the
tortuons road down the "bench" towards the
city. The day was tierfectly clear, and the
whole line of march could be distinctly seen as
the troops trailed over the gentle slope from the
mountain-fool to the mer-bottom, presenting
the finest poosiMe view which could be had of
an army in motion.
The line of the Army, as it trailed into the
city, was at kntt ten miles long, and when the
head ol tlie column had adranced to the tempo
nry camping-ground west ol the Jordan River
flowing througlt the valley bottom, we could
look from the General's tent and see the glis
tening bayonets and the snowy wagon covers ot
the rear still detiling out front the niountaius.
The scene was magnificent.
SINGULAR CONDUCT OF THE MORMONS.
All the flags which had been flying ever since
last Sunday from the staJTs on ilain street,
were struck by the Mormons during the passage
of the Iroops. Most of the men who bad been
attracted from the south by curiosity, watched
the procession through the cracks between the
boards with which their windows were barri
caded. The city seemed as dead as on the day
our little party of Gentiles entered it a fortnight
ago. The only groups of vUiMe spectators
were on the corners near the Temple Square.
The few laborer who were busy in the gardens
and belds kept at their worst with an indiffer
ence which was affected and amusing. In one
little plat I noticed a lather and his sou weeding
a patch of onions. The man bent over his hoe
and chopped at the weeds as steadily as if noth
ing was going on in the street in front of him ;
but the boy was continually dropping behind
the father's back and casting stealthy glances at
GOOD ORDER OF TROOPS—NO SALUTE.
The troops, eke aiErera included, wore the
rough uudress usual on a march. There was
(perfect order in the ranks, no cheering or laugh
ing, nothing calculated to agtrravate tlte feelings
til tiie Mormon population. No one was allow
ed to leave the column for a mnmen.. The reg
imental bands played during the march, but it
wan noticed that the musie was suspended when
thrv passed by the porch on which Gov. Cum
utiiig was standing, and that uo salute wa paid
to bis l7ellcncy.
THE CAMP—MORMON GREED.
The camp e '"-tends along the river bank for at
least two mile. 1' hi hot, dusty and inconven
ient. The soil is a'o parched bv the sun that ev
en- strn taken with it tent raises a cloud of
duKt. The ground oil" which it is established
was uved as a church pa and this morning
I-ewin Rubuison. the ftua.termastersGcneral of
the Mormon army, demanded the payment of
el 00 per dar lor its occcpan m. ine armana
was siin-ular. not to sav more, .'n consideration
of the fart that all the land in I't.rh Territory is
the property of the United States, aud not a foot
ol it is vet aubie-t even to preemption, ane jior
nion title to the soil is the lowest known to the
law that of mere occupanr- In order to pre
vent contact between the tro.T ana the Mor
mons, which mtn to be much "irraded by the
Utter, a guard is stationed at the Jo"Ttlan bridge,
and no soldier is allowed to pass towat "w e,tT
without producing a written permission, signed
TROUBLE AMONG THE U.S. OFFICIALS.
A great deal of excitement was produced on
the evening uf the arrival of the army, by ths
discovery ot the tact that Gov. Cum mine had
mailed to Washington, that verr morning, a pe
tition for the removal from office of certain of
his civil associate. Who were the signers of
the petition, and what was its wording, l not
yet positively known. Gov. Uummine and 1r.
Jacob Forney, the Superintendent of Indian Af
fairs, both saw it. According to my informa
tion, which 1 believe to re accurate, the officers
whose removal is solicited, are: Hon. D. R. Eck
els, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; John
M. Hockadaj, District Attorney; Dr. Garland
Hurt and Mr. C. L. Craig, Indian Agents; and
Mr. H. F. Morrell, Postmaster of Salt Like City.
The appointment of Mr. Seth M. Blair to be
Chief Justice in the place of Judge Eckels, is
recommended. Mr. Blair is a Mormon Major in
the Navoj Legion; he has four wives, and he
was the engineer of the lomncations in fccho
The allegations against Judge Eckel are
lonnded on a charge delivered bv bun to th
Grand Jury of the United States District
Court for the Northern Judicial District of the
Territory, at Fort Bridget, on the 5th of
April, in which he alluded to polygamy and
WHAT CONSTITUTES POLYGAMY IN UTAH.
You are aware that what constitues poly amy
here is not exactly what would constitute that
crime in the States. Here each successive wife
taken after the first is a "spiritual," and the
process of uniting her to the husband is called
aeaJinp." The first wife only is faarrvtf. Tie
marrying can be performed by almost any mag
istrate, a judge justice of the peace, a clerk
of the court, etc. Sealing, however, can be ex
ecuted only by the First Presidency, and by two
of the Twelve Apostles, who are especially en
dowed ny airignara witn autnonty lor that pur
ly the process of sealing a wife is united to
man, as the Mormons express it, for time and
eternity;" but by the process of marriage only
for "tune." Therefore, after the fi-st wife has
been united by the civil ceremony of marriage,
tne ecclesiastical ceremony ol seaiin? is otten
performed m addition in order that she may be
possessed lor eternity as well a tune.
It aai been rumored That the practice of po
lygamy is to be discontinued in the Church.
1 attach no credit to the rumor, i am inform
ed by a Mormon that only yesterday hi miece
was sealed a a fifth spiritual, at Provo, to
Lewi, itobinsoo, the Mormon Uaartennaster-
General. The trui'i ge was fifteen years.
REFUGEES IN PROVO—BRIGHAM'S SHANTIES.
We found Provo overflowinz with refiieees.
living in all aort of habitations, some camp-
irc out Ul diminutive tents of calico or white
sheetingothers in lodges of willow twigs, and
still others under the shade of roof made of
strotig willow, blankets or carpets stretched up
on a frame work of poles. With all of these
comfort was out of th question, but thou
sands have nevertheless submitted in silence to
the order of their Priestly leaden which coo-
signsxl them to such a mode of life. A few of
the more wealthy have erected board shanties
for thesnselves, which in this climate and during
the summer season, are very comfortable Gov.
Young has covered an entire block with this
sett ot provision for the accommodation ef bis
domestic institutions." The locality which he
has selected is upon the bench on the eastern
edge of the city, directly in the shadow of the
steep mountain sides. Hen be has aotnpletely
enclosed a block with a row of board shanties
one story high, all opening to the centre, with
no windows looking out upon the street. Thus
the building form a hollow square, with a
large courtyard in the centre, which is entered
by gate placed near the comers. The building-
on two sides are fitted up for the aeeoroodaturn
of bis numerous family, and those on the
other as store houses, stable, akc.
BRIGHAM'S SPIRITUALS AS SEEN BY A GENTILE.
Brizham is a man of same taste, and hi
sp.'nlaais are rerterully fine lookinr women
rn,4rf them, indeed, quite pretty, and all of
teiz,', ao lar aa 1 could judge, intelligent,
oppose I saw in the shanty " quarters " some
thirty women but whether they wer alt of
them wive, of the Prophet, or whether these
constituted hi entire household, of course 1 am
not informed. The general impression here
seems to be that he haa nearly or quite fifty
wives. He only claims fo have forty children
living, having had forty seven altogether. Thi
doubtless, is the highest figure he can claim, as
the " Saints" consider a large number of chil
dren a subject of pride and boast. These wive
are all their own servant, and the nurses of
their own children. To see them silting under
the overhanging eaves of the ahanties juaf at
dusk, with their numerous children hanging
around them, all crying, chattering or teasing
at once, was certainly suggestive of a foundling
1 was curious to know whether these women
were happy in the strange life they led, and a
glance at their faces impressed me with the
conviction that theirs was the happiness of
stolid listleuness, an existence in which all the
higher and holier sentiments of refinement and
affection had been sacrificed upon the altar of
fanaticism. They seemed to me to lie wiruiuns
willing, perhaps, and resigned, but never
theless unhippy victims of self-inflicted tor
ture, by which they hoped to merit saintly re
ward. To a few of tbero, perhaps, these re
nt irks would not apply. Some of the younger
ferns les appeared thoughtless or reckless, but
the ekler, who were educated in circles where
woman wan queen rather than vassal staves,
wore their chain evidently with inward murmuring.
EVILS OF POLYGAMY—MORMON REASONS FOR IT.
I am quite satisfied that all we hsvs heard o1
female misery and degradation, as the result o
polygamy, is true. 1 do not mean to say tha
every wife who shares her lord's affection with
half-a-dozen others, lives a life of conscious mis
ery but that the general tendency of the sys
tem is to make women inferior being, deprive
her ot the courtesies accorded to th: gentle sex
under more fortunate circumstances, and to
make her a soulless vaseal. I have conversed
with quite a number of the brethren here at
Provo upon the subject. They talk about it
wun uit utmost coolness, challenge us to pre
sent scripture proof against the propriety of
polygamy, and argue its advantages with en
thusiasm, claiming it to be a religious duty to
raise up children to the Lord, and enforcing
this duty in their public discussions and sermon.
YOUNG'S OFFICE AND WEALTH.
In a one-story adobe liuilduiir. opposite his
family block, Brigham Young has bis office.
lie is a man of business, having large posses
sions, uumcrous mills and extensive herds of
horses and cattle, aanl employs several clerks to
keep bis looks, ie. An hour spent in tbis of
fice, satisfied us that Brigham fully understands
the value of the axiom that Order is Heav
en's first law. Brigham came here a poor
man, and his adherent assure us that he re
ceives not seent from the church a President,
or in any other way. Yet he has become im
mensely wealthy. If the premise stated are
true, he must have discovered how to "make
bricks without strew "for bis riches caonot
lie the products of the labor of his own hands,
nor the result of speculation, nor the rise of real
estate in this Valley, where no man holds title
to a foot of landed property. . -
THE BOWERY AT PROVO—MORMON CONGREGATION.
The Bowery is not a building, but a shade.
It consists of beams raised twelve feet high on
posts, and covered with brush so as to keep out
the sun. This roof or shade ol hru'h covers a
square space capacitated to seat three thousand
person. The speaker's stand is near the south
end ot the Bowery. There being no shade on
any aide the audience receive the full advantage
of every breath of a. There are but few bench
es in the Bowery, so the major part of the peo
ple went to church carrying chairs on tlusir
backs. At ten o'clock your correspondent cross
ed the street for church, and deposited his chair
by the comer of the stand among a crowd of
woman. Well, how did tlie audience look'
They were a strange, barrh, hardy, severe look
ing people. In some respects they resemble sn
old Puritanical audience. The men were tan
ned, bard, muscular mountaineers; they looked
,.-imlre, though as happy and content as ordi
nal) Pul''e- The old women were the only
persons who looked really happy; thsy smiled
benignantly, seemed to enjoy their religion and
to be perfectly satisfied of their own perfect
righteousness. The young girl lea liuo fif
teen year old, did Dot see in much more morose
or rather onanimated, than retiring backwoods
children ordinarily do. There was a marked
want of that most interesting portion of all au
diencesviz: ladies who form society ladie
from fifteen to thirty years of sue. The number
of women between those two ages was lew in
deed, and they were the aaikiest part of the audi
ence; during the entire service hardly a smile
flitted across the face of any of them. They
seemed sad, troubled, perplexed, uncertain, un-
There were but very few really beautiful wo
men present; the audience was far betow par
when compared to imUar'gatbering, in the
East. This, to some extent, is owing to the dark
tan that covered the faces of almost all the wo
men; their countenance also showed that they
were accustomed to hard, sweating labor. Th.s
is indeed a working people men, women and
children, work, work always; even the church
dignitaries have rough hands and hardy faces.
The great majority of the audience were foreign
era. The people were dressed very cleanly but
ia simple stuff'. The women were habited
rather curiously, and a white muslin ranbonnet
was the most popular covering for the bead, but
straw bate, silk hats, hoods, and every other sort
of head covering were brought into requisition.
Crinoline is unknown in the valleys of the moun
tains; the thin and few skirt of the ladies droop
ed down close to their limbs. Their dresses, at
least, do no violence to the laws of physiology.
They are made very like a sack, bag or night
gown, and foil from the shoulder straight to
the feet, with little or do ingathering at the
waist- The women and children whom I have
seen, however, a a whole, are dressed better
applying the word neither to style nor ma
terial, but to the cleanliness and entirety of
their raiment than I expected to find them.
The people complain of want of clothing, but I
think their dressing will compare favorably with
other people so far removed from a market and
APPEARANCE AND PREACHING OF THE PROPHET.
The next speaker who took the stand was the
Prophet Brigham Young. He is a fat, rather
corpulent man, five feet ten inches high, has
a full, red, cleanly shaved face, double chin.
prominent nose, and a mild, bluish gray eye.
Ilia countenance on the whole is agreeable.
He wore a black coat, white vest, with a small
leaf figure ia it, black silk necktie, with his shirt
collar rather awkwariy turned down over it.
He spoke is a cool, deliberate manner, and
rather slowly. Hi articulation was -very dis
tinct; every syllable could be beard. His ges
ticulations were not elaborate or constant, but
strong and impressive. Hi style of elocution
was not so winning a commanding, though he
by no means lack suavity. In many respects
his speaking resemble that of Henry Ward
Beecher ; he uses whatever word ecmes first to
express bi idea, so his language is quite origi
nal and hi expressions frequently very telling.
Ilia language does not flow along like a torrent
nor mould itself into graceful rounded periods,
bnt is strong, harsh and comma ruling. Never
thelesa, there ia something in hi style of dis
coursing very like Beecber. He could not
minister to a graceful and accomplished society,
but he is a man pre eminently qualified to rule
a mountain people with a rod of iron and a
gloved hind. When be spoke the audience
gave more attention than they did to the other
RETURN TO SALT LAKE—SAINTS WITHOUT WOMEN.
The Governor returned from Provo yesterday
and with him Brigham Young. This indicate
an improvement in the disposition of the Mor
mons. Last Sunday Young preached in Provo
Bowery concerning the entrance of the troops
and the condition of hi own people. He com
plimented Geo. Johnston cordially for the order
which had prevailed ia the army on it march.
W ith regard to the return of the Mormon to
the northern settlements, be dated hi desire
that nobody should movo without hi permis
sion. The impression i that there will be a
general movement from the south aa soon as th
troops are definitely located. As it is, the great
"State" road which leads to Lake Utah, and
which ean be followed with the eye more than
twenty miles southward from tbis city, ha been
clouded with dust, both yesterday and to-day,
from the team of returning saint. It is notie
hie, however, that no families come with
these teams. I have observed at least thirty
of the wagon loaded with furniture, but only
one accompanied by a woman.
ARMY MOVEMENTS—JUDGE ECKELS HOUSELESS.
Last Monday morning (the 28th ult.) Gen.
Johnston started lo examine Tuilla, Scull, Ruh,
Cedar, and Yuab Valliea, with a view to the
selection of an encampment. Col. Alexander
is left in command during the General's absence
and on the 39th he marched the army from the
dirty, dusty church pasture on the Jordan to a
camp about twenty miles southward, nearly
half way to Provo. Judge Eckels remained two
days, during which every effort was made to
rent or buy a house in the city for him, but ao
Mormon woukf let without "counsel." The
only accommodation which b could have pro
cored would have been in the house of Marshal
Dotson, which comprise two small rooms and
a pantry, in which twenty-one persons are
sleeping nightly. So the Judge followed the
army southward yesterday.
MORMONS WON'T RENT NOR BUY.
Both Mormon and Gentiles carry weapons
openly in the streets. . Trade between them is
still interdicted by the authorities of the church,
although the Glooe Restaurant, which is church
property, remain open to furnish Gentile with
meals at S3 per day. So Gentile can yet rent
a house in the city.
Brigham' return is not yet attended with
favorable effects on house rent. The only two
buildings which have fallen into Gentile hands
are the Marshal's "mansion," already mention
ed, and another house of the same sixe, which
the Californians, Mexsr. B rookie and Clarksan,
who came here on Col. Kinney's busines, suc
ceeded in renting yesterday. Neither is trad
any more lively, nor have Ihe prices at the Globe
There are two large merchant trains parked
on the public square, belonging to Messrs. Gil
bert t Gerriah and C. A. Perry k Co. They
arj full of groceries and clothing, and though
every other Mormon ooe meets is in rags, and
ha rhaps not tasted coffee, tea or sugar lor
six mouths, and could walk barefoot ten miles
for a plug of tiibaceo, yet these meer-hartta eaa.
not procure stores iu which to often their goods
for sale ; and if they could, the Mormons, naked
and hungry though they might be, would nut
buy of them without "having counsel," which
means, in plain English, getting leave from
Bro. Brigham. The Church has made several
efforts to purchase portions of these goods
particularly the goods of Gilbert k Gerrisb
but without avail. The merchants prefer to
retail them themselves, and it is for the advan
tage of the bulk of the population that they
ANOTHER ARRIVAL—BARRICADES DOWN.
Last night, from dusk to dawn, a string of
wagons rolled into the city from the sooth.
The whole First Presidency of the Church have
arrived. More than thirty wagons, I am told
by those who were stirring early in the mor
ning, discharged their contents furniture, pro
visions and women at Brigham's alone. From
the airy lodging which 1 occupy I could hear,
beside th rattle of the wheel, the incessant
tapping of hammer all night long. The win
dows ol Brigham's otticea and of the front uf
hi Lion House appeared entirely disencumber
ed ot their board barricades this morning. I
look a stroll around some of the principal
square to-day, and through open doors aud
windows I could see that the female population
of the eity bad been considerably augmented
withintwenty-fourhonrs. To-night, l presume,
we shall have a similar immigraiioa.
The Indians south of Provo have become very
troublesome during the last fortnight and com
mitted many depredations and some murders.
It is believed that their unruly disposition is at
tributable in part to the circulation among
them of a rumor that Dr. Forney, the Superin
tendent of Indian Affairs, intends to abandon
the farm on Spanish Fork established and eon
ducted formerly by Dr. Hart.
Dr. Forney started for the farm from Salt
Lake City last Tuesday. On Wednesday he
tarried at Provo and held a singular conversa
tion with some of the Saints. Among th par
ticipants in it Was HeberC. Kimball, who ad
vanced lo the Doctor' carriage and blessed
him and Gov. Cumming and CoL Kane, stating
that he had a right to bless them " in the name
of Israel's God," and that he should always
pray for tosrn. " I pray also for my enemies,"
said he. " Yes," said ihe Doctor, who is an en
thusiastic Episcopalian, " that's right ; that
shows a Christian spirit" I pray that they
may all go to bell," was the conclusion of Ha
Twenty-six sack of back mail, weighing
5,500 pounds, arrived from the east at the end
of last week. They contained only old Patent
Office reports and Cougrutwntl Globe under
the frank of Mr. Bernhisel. The cost of their
transportation to the Territory was just about
THE CAMP SELECTED—ARMY FORCE.
General Johnson has returned from his visit
to various Valleys, with a view of selecting a
location for winter quarters. . He considers the
country over which he has passed to be essen
tially a desert. ii has!een no point which no
considers well adapted to the use of a pern
nent post. . - -
The army will move within 'two or three
days, however, to Cedar Valley, about forty-five
miles from Salt Lake City, ten or twelve miles
from Leui, and fiften or twenty from Provo,
tchcrt barrack arid atort-hjmaea will bt imaudi
atcly trecttd. The location ia a favorable ons
from which to eoaunand th chief settlement
with promptness and efficiency.
Grass is very sesree however, for large herd,
and it has been decided to send back to Fort
Leavenworth all the animal not absolutely ne
cessary to be retained in camp.
In the present unsettled condition of affairs,
it will probably be considered unadvisable to
divide hi force, which, now that the Reinforce
ment on the road are stopped, will be reduced
by the expiration of the enlistment of the vol
unteers, and by the return of CoL Loring ' bat
talion to New Mexico, to about l,4u0.
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Nov. 1st, uules - bee ive aotice la writuer at the tioieol
aa earlier witadrawal: aad alao taat the aadersicaed w.
aot be liable for animal, mat maj stray troea or he injured
while oa said areau.ee.
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Vj-.-'""1;.""! ' " "trance ,stes, near
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surs euaraiiLee of its nnsurpa.-sed eusracter sua
The lo,ersofe-l llvin will Sill there al all be e, s-.l
eervedt aneAosolutieb. a yl. all lae luxuries 4 lb
'3-"" : jtliuia frf
AU silaa. railsLla lor ramtliea. Stores aad Hotels, tor enl
FOGG, ENSW0KTH k CO.,
Corner Superior and Seneca Sis.
EC0WLES, & CO., keep constant-
lyoahaal,attheLKADERJOBHtM the follow
f catoanas ol I'apesr. wftsch Lhey 4mlr at ivetaca anceai
bOOst AMD rWSPAPEIUW. are sswaatreai te fsraial
Hews aad Book PriamtA faiar. e wartou Hazasa saabsI rTailaa
aVecial siiea raaoa u urUdtr at ihsrt asAsoe.
tULUKtU KAffcHS 0 everr deecnotioa, twrladiBf
ertra laxUaNable Mediums. Brediaam, at ail gtrndn aj-d
PRINTERS T7FO APFRS-larttidhiT Plata ToHa
rost.ras-aet sac iniaaarcisi ruet, oBie4 aad taXCape
KokKluN PAPriLIttefBtltBaT Frtrnch, arltsh and
Qpirmaa folio Ptjat-foidad and flat- PmkastaaH 'miTa-tat
P MM.Cnnwicrriai aad aamail 4Note,L4uer Paper, iowVbsNe
POLISH KI COLORED PAPERTrwladiar alleolort
Aaam-a Mediaia, svitra SuDer-rorat Puriile. L'kraaurimva
Ora-a. iWiwt, Bo, 4Ve. kaaateAad Paper ad ups
Gerinaa Paper, KcAjnt Paper, Vuolatap, Packet Poet, Cuaa
BTkerrial Post, Letier, On internal aad Packet Note, Bath,
r., a.., o aa cratlsa atal snaues, ABseneu, a.iuusa,
rreaelt.aad Uarnaa MaBiim-ctajara, by ism reasas, ease tt
rHINTKRs OARnkf A tern aeaertmeat. iaels-JirAeav,
per Lhoubla Vnnck Kaaaaeled. h.aaieled, Pureelaia Saku
Beriace, iTory aad Cbiasv, Wajte eaiace Cards, ia saeetai
eat to rwntar sues; also, asiirssa Cauis. tvaavy , anoai rs
beaTT. Conravna C4a4ored Cards. Whit PrtaUtV Cards, he.
for aaie by the caae or swaaller aaaaiMT. Aae aexUeaia
aolr erst Ie l enunbed te order.
0 L.J . rW mMJA.V-IN Bit ainos tmaj aiasjajsj sar BBsBkTIW 7 MUbbj.
BKONZtS As we aew bur Umlyotboth Kuiwh aad
Oeriaan Bruexsaa. we are prepared to cBtfer taaras aX aa laroc.
able prices as aoy other hoe.se in tbe coonlry.
raU.vrtKa' iiv, v AKiiM duntiwpiaoitT na aaaei
PLIV KSD nV K WNTHI, PHIVTIVO
WALL PAPER AND WINDOW
SlIADLa Wbotaaals sml Brlsil-si arKaa Watl
Ikotimea. at. CAkSUN
SI Btpenor ffroes .
WINDOW SHADES.-JUST RE-
V V coned, a tare, aaaovtmaat ef lb. latest atrlas of
A iss, Bsl and Waala Hoi made, vsnoos widtiis
VMivlV St 4i,ier.f .eet
Oval M ,u.
Velvet aad Bmaau,
hMnh .-J Tmt.1-
I Hemp Carpetuses.
At T AYLt5n. tlHISWOI DICOV
CARPETS ! CARPETS!
S RAYMOND k CO.. At 63 Snp3ritr
S street, are aoe recoteia their s-erml
STOCK OP CARPETS.
ENiiLJSH AND AMFRICAW TFLVKT,
KNULIMI AND AalKBICAN BRCSri
Also threw Plra and lagraina a mra ami heaolilal
assortment. ... . . . . .
l k.LT I LOTHS. AMD DRt'aOETS.
CAN It IN NATT1NO,
Aad OIL CLOTHS
Ail 4 which will to aald st (reallj lodwoed anca, nay
Tbe-e in need of aav af Ik. abee. aamod article wilt Ms!
Sto ta.tr tatareat k eaU ateaAupertor sire-t. Itefme tbev
parr bass. B9?l RA YMI INU k Cl
rIL CL0Tli3-On CONSWNltfENT
F al Maaufectaren Drpt-es at wbitial . Cartage
Mtakersare iaUd to call aad e-i-viaiae xir iuck.
leheft TAV LOB. GBUWOIO) fe CO.
SKlHTSi -- -
A NOTHEH INVITICE DOUGLAS
il kSHEKs'Xin SUEXl'lKE AdM.lableBiutU Ei
aairta Krceived by Eipress.
angi H n. KENDALL a CO.
18 5 8.
v.e FOR THE
II. D. kHl & CO
Are now offering an Extensive
aDJTl GOODS !
SUITED TO THE SEA'ON. T WHICH THET
INVITE THE ATTENTION lis- Htk
CHASEk HAVINti Bhk.N
bOl l.nr full
OITB CITSTOMEBS WILL FIND
IN CONNECTION WITH
.YaEII- .1.10 XMaJEGJAI
. A COMPLkTE ASS4IRTM EJif
IX PLAIN AND FANCIES-
ALL 4 HADES AND QUAUTlsS.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Oil! STOCK 18 tOMPLk.TE.
SOMV TERT CHEAP GO One . .
CLOTHS AJiI CASSlilEBES,
SILK WARP CASHMERETT3,
AMI SILK VESTING!
AT OHEATLV REDUCED PRICES.
ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
VOL 1-N Tb,
Merchants will find it greatly
to their advantage : to examine
our Stock. We offer great in
II. IKKCADlLLtV Coe,
125 Superior tret, 2 Public Square.
FERRUAKV sth. leS-lr-b-jS
'alpre.. the fw-Bt
sa-dfl CMia-jd aartVs Kav-lib Mm
s Irs sa ttuaui
si Irs aad iuaii;k-ss r tMlvrcd ia l bis eity. mt ine thillBMr
aay-AS : . BALDWIN A CO.
tligpawame. aipj K. BALDWIN a Co.
Jitk-aiea. oi ran 1 r-ta Silks, Plaia PoaHBdoautika
Inelni4i Sdlka, h',mlad Mlha.
F I BALDW.-f te CO.
SHAKE R HOODS. JCST"TEF
eeiveaia lew ci-ais aaereoi White aad lasted ahahera
B BLTTS a CO.
ry - iss ii penor Street.
BENGAL HATS. Drab Plaid Ut
let SpriB bp Sammar at
B. BUTT k CO.
mix Is Superior Btreet,
HOCK PRINTS Just received.
)U TAYLOR, GUISWOLU k CO.
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES,
' TO BE CLOSED OUT.
aG. I. llaldwiii & Co-,
INTENDING TO RELINQUISH
J. this bnay-h ut'lrMla wilioSerunaad sties w kliNkA
11 AY, UII l'Jth. Ikrtr u ua slork e.
- EMBROIDERED CURTAIXS,
at a redoctisa M aenrly IW ier rewt from shub! pree4t.
Wbub-saie buy is as well as l-sail- wtM phsu Ibis aa el
call at 4tppirtuoity Wobtuii Orttui bUre iiim i n t lie fuoda.
m.i.' K. 1. BALDWIN ft CO.
FASQY SILKS Verr cheap nt 50
CIS., per yard
MOROAN k ROOT
BLACK DRESS SlLKSAL.RGfi
neb. lasterous -a -f BLACK I1RE.SS bILKShaee
beea re-.iel si S3 Sup-rhir SI .
BLACK 1'KLSS SI I.KS are better, brieb-er sad rbwp.
lltaui ever. )um H. KAlklO.Nll a Cl.
EMBROIDERIES. We are just
.mLmeWeniiM. a eteawral variety of
Bub i ia aitd I'sataric Cullars:
0 do UsUerstWeyea,
ds t Sett-;
AM of wbtch wUleateeefv cheap
aJB HTM AN ft CO
SOAP Low's Browxi Windsor oi
wje-rv 9WtO, C-eaeor'a Olysrwneje, Muah aad H-jopst
aoeB--i at rasUtM, gc aaiae - IvsT Swtiai he
teba K. W gACatRIDEI.
BRU'HKS A fine assortment of
Hair aadCieth Bro shea; also. Teeth Bresvaess et Jtvit
Basse. BuaUao Hmb aaai aoiLa Wtud. V'" u by
rbp B. W. SAt KkljlCB
LCBIN'S EXTRACTS A full -MUM
tnat received, l-e-tsst WHh s ff.sl vsrivir
ot perfuaserv and unlet artarlea at
liu -' B. W. RACKRIDER.
K. R. R.
HEALTH WILL. IN ALL CASES
Iwdbsw ihe aae ef Raslsiay's K B Ke-svedt-. Ther
are uoae ee bk-b or diwaM-a. ao weak, I r (, or i-niBP'ed
wuh s-ua or laanaitica. bet that Badway a Read Belief.
BeeowsiiuT BeMMveat. or rtuiaUAsrcH ss I be aalure oi tlaa?
duseaae s-ay reUire, will nin kty aal ruptdly rure.
Tb9e reasedtea rMl tl KdMlwuy's Beau- Beliei, RmV
way's Beaeeatine: IssisMlveot, Had ay's Bciutators. Kaa a
of these rrainiliaa psk-e-ssea iperul curative powers over
twnasa diseases. H thre are 4ber diavraaes. whcreia
lb-tr silMa-rd pwiiwuitai .rpertis are reuijW; and
Wbea thus Ua a. Il llM.-rv is aulti. urttt hie aud atrciiarth Witb
ta tbe dtawea--d or dtio NuIt b. sOmLsuu then s.Uoat tb
nUewt will Itre aaal a-- rcavlrtse-ril to nvaun.
B B. HtflreL.
CoBaTl: StlVC llttMUAksrBs,
B. H Brlle..
K' Uwl aiut Kai liMwra, . . .
Bv-lirl' aad H eul-Uitrs,
BUmI aid keWsTMbkiaMS, - - -
K :' ia. h' lu lit.
K IMrWlilva: Ki-tlf rtil.
K i-v-lT.-bt mmd Ks-f atAtars, - -
Kemdvent. Bels-f. Ui-eiiUlore.
Br aid Bd-d aaal aVxuiae
8s ia DiBuraaKS,
lai.rt kajsaa jjaisatpa
Map Jtsw-SMUi that attn I hiiii.-.Hily are lubrntct ae heir
ts-sass frtsaa tbe Ikaw-M-u tMM.rw 4 at kly stra. irrotfa,
Couaeiaptbia, S,hills awl h'tU rr taiMa tbe tl rjm
paa mt rssuditiMi.iwl dtHviaarti. Now, we edre aot how
BKsay rwrratM.us the seeds of llie iiibw-sjm-s may bae
l-ea saldteJied ia ilwsy-sir-ie, rwrreratine: tlif bbiud R l
wsy's BK.HovkTl-Mi BKot.vttMT will ttraslwaie lrea tbe
buuiesof ilM ssaawcte-d swiy patttele ot trTnksed dcposiu.
asat all the veins wilb mw. ute aad heallhy bUuL
CHLDBKT?v DISEARS. "
B.bwsr Ut Mi.aTiKa KrtobvKMt shoukl he hjuledas
h UlraBAtaks; hv rvery abdsttier. thnMiflMMil the land, whoa
pal aualx ai a irt--d Uh!vuR!i, Huators.AaC. Thesebseava.
iocs out (I1M -or(y are eiuirars ot d i-e tnuisssitt'd
.Tata the pareat stork A l-w doaacv, (U the Bkkuv riao
BiaJMM. tit ill eraslH-ala everv veslire ol tbe dtcaae, dtul
lautur. tbe i hlsd a iauUakd aBsl br4lUt bwdy . --.
B. B. R Radpae'w By KIm ? Henda. be. wbethe
. k or aerv'biis; ptVieuassiii.-n.. i'jrat.is, Lumrtaco, t-ust
'araiKia. r'staa-ae. a --ui r". t ki , awmra jtnw
Kpdarry Csu;Hai-Tts, K -wlet 'ever. Pams aieoanl the Live.
P-ri-y. Mra.lt. Hrsnlmrw. mmi Pams sll kiad.
IUlw.,1 helv Bltl will, ia a tVw sstaotrv, chMic.e
UMSu-snn ye ml-rto , MU.-vre. ,
H K B Haiv-f Kft-"'- Ks-MtslveaC. (nrtbeeeie
of chiMPM- .lit-. t-rm i. v . .. Iulso- mm. yi4iie 4 i.a..
tiUiints, t'"""" an iiv-i min-i '"'". swimr s
Ttiroat. idtr4ttaa and s;wis.Hiei-ienm h aerti, rHtiw
aad other -
rntmsA.. avad ail
i lim .ifcisa, i-iaiis, 4 at
. l Ire
RUB -B-, B'wlaliriiwill rare. effa-ieally and
dSNT-mal ity. laOVPBS, I ud IK sit !. tjshmllrWIm. t.4S tmf lbS
litpwa-ks. -tr--a, l.lvr l iMBsr' '-', I i -. of tbe
Ms-a-b1-. an- , w hs-Ht-vs-rib- ,4ei i.el tirtls-r
itaBva- ol Hawahv-ivV pVrWtHs will nwat ft tnicewLarptf-.
sin it--mm be r-b'ioid wiiaoot lb at
at- at B B lav -dies are sold fc-j Irr!r"t" Trher. ,
Ii tDWAV It CO
fl AYl.ORD ft CO., bad W. Vts klC. A.-sna t lv
taiui, Oawia, iet U