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JM) DKSERET EVENING HEWS. p!Hf i -v rtv- THE DE3ERET NEWS CO. 9K j, cmiiijh w, numoai. romn. MM I lurdr.j, April 1(1. ISM. Kg J to (wii'i.ini: mi. ir.Mi'i.f. RBjj ' TliF.liRlstioinoii'rromlncntr.urjec'l flfl , before the Latter-day Halntaat prmiiI MB ; . thau the completion of 111- Halt Lake 1! Temple Tor so many jmtiltliM Urn In their niltiila Ihv House of the ' I,onl, spoken of by Isaiah and Mleah , , ai that which wil to l,e built In Ilia lilt tlaya "In the tops: of Hi moun tains," that everything1 relating to It has been of abseiling Interest, Tim !l laying of the cap-ttouo u mim. 'H ' ) anlrd by io great hianlfeilatlon of Bjll tho spirit nl power of (Joel, Hut In. 'KM crcaiccl desire lita Uen aroused for tho HH , speedy completion ami dedication of MB , tho structure. ',GB! livery heart responded snirmatlvely jaflV toltiorcBolutlonadoptedtowatiltliecIci HI tithe lato Conference, that lhl ihall M ' bsHtsetedbytlieCoulerencelliAplll, llAj ' 15,9.1. Hut many iiierlr have rln ;DR iu regard to the possibility of this K' achievement. Fully Musing the iBMl magnitude of the w oik to I ill lie PHJI within the lime specified, the First loH Presidency ami Twelve Aiwsths, with MB ; tho 1'icsldlnir Illihopik-, met ami con. jtHj si dercel what would be uecraiiary to ac- JnVK! comllih It. They resolved upon tho Itwjj at eiliiluient cf a rcipomlble and pr.c 'JPSj' Ileal rain to take tho ovorilslit of thn SfK work anl organise It ao u to secure the filzft'j ' lst possible results. JXml lllihopJ.lt. Wlnilcr was selected 9jlg auJ ap4lntol, In conjnuctl.-n with ,9H Iho architect, Joseph I). C. Young, lo 12,1! this onerous July, Tho enolce It e- Ba . cellenl. Tho two men will labor to. HKjSj gether In harmony, an, I w believe H ' llluowoikmnwlllniakcB,clalelIoit IIUl topiotuota tho purci In lew, A good anil united tplrlt prevails anionic them, and tho luatruttlons Ihey rcccully re ceived Iroul tho leading Church authorltlci on Ihla point ata aura "" will hafo a Military etlcct. Thu Latter-day rlalnta generally should now ilollielr part. The, neces. , nry fuiiila aliouUI lw foltlicomlnt; aa , , fait aalhry can aenJ In Ihclr Trnipla lyBK oirerlnga. All who are IntrmtrJ In luV'al ' t( COIUl'l't'UI1 ' ll'u Tvinple, Hint It !! tuay twiltillrateil hy I'reaUent Wiwl- !lKlj' ruirnut Apill, will do their utiuoatlu ICmP "''' Irtctlon. Allcgrlht-r the proa. Hjflt) tctaarubrlihtaiiJpromlilii lorllita IflK Klorioua conauiiiiuatloii. mmi ,VII lfsl,m'" "I: TJ-xi'i-t-i IiIHa Aa tiinn: haa teen aoinodliputaaa mvW8 to tho dralsner and arrhllcit of the iIHmV f Temple In thla city, w print Ulow a :nJ atatenient made hy Mr. William Ward iJyaM? for the Templo HouTenlr Altum," IJ puhllaheit by the Magazine l'rlntlne itrHl company. Mr. Ward la now connect. -laV fJ wllh the Unlreralty uf Utah, la a ' lwtt rellahloftentlemau, and would not taku ' JflKaT tohlmrelf the credit that hvloiiRa to flnRA, anotller. lleanya: mRI 'InniotorljItUkolu 1.VI .. llr.l nrlD'ff employed aa aupcrlutendent nftboatonn rlflfih rultlng deinrlnieiit of the puhllo worka 11n!V afterwarda aa a.aUUnt In Truman U, lE'liUl Ancell, tlia t'hureh Archllert In that 'fidlr aluulton I did not dealjn nor aaaUl In (iH dealuulni Ihe Temple I dldjualishat I ;HMW did for any oilier aruhUort hy whom I iWBK: waa employed in a alintlar rapacity atih. V jHt-r aiuenlly In the llatlvrn Htntea. It la Iruo i'ftsK thatbelntf familiar w llh atonecnnttrurtlon I Kll; vhlleMr. Anscll'a erlcure lud bran Slj lluillod to that of wood, t inado out UMliy S?i uf tba delalla of atonowork. Only on " m Ml' one oecnalou did I augiteat a feature of JIB, the general doalcm In tho llrat aketrhta I Mf ; f'O wludowa were aet near the oulatite lB ailrfacooftho walla, I ricniiiuiended that tMM,, thoae bo aet In a pnnaidcrable dUtuurc, 9X' ko thattl'Otlilckmaoriliaallaaiidlbe !B. atrinnlhof the atrueturu be prorty in ''IB? dl.-ated. Tlila uaaadoplol. Ht .' ' "1 1 la alto truo that I drew tho original H. KniHTtlre low, and that Mr. Ancell IK.', did not pretend In any knowledge of thla fBHj ; branch of art. Aflar loaloa;heroln IsM tMH ' IdriwperitlvoTlafnr twoleadln; fllaWr arrhllerla Iu M. I Aula and alau for John mv I'raiar of riilladetphla. None of ,. rSlril" Kintlenien hail learned to draw per ialK Mis-tire, yet their ability aa archluvta fitJBf v umiiicallonoil. The knowledge of ' Viw' perapeotlvaMaa a rara.arvouipllabuient L M w l "l1 """' ""' ""ll0Uu 1ttrH common r?iiltsL "0W '"c!l l,icuir" ,r n0 partoflba il Mar? work of dealgn, 1 3SIk "Tho dealen waa formulala.1 In Ihe fut. f tlxll IowIiik iQinnort llrlxbaui Yonnjf draw VfvvL UIHm A k'at9 ' 1It0 &rcu'(rrt,a omco a lj5 aketcl,nil aa'd In Truman O. Anielli 1ji ' ''lberawlll bo Uirealowaraon the caul, Jjli repreaintlliK tho l'reildcnt mid hie tuo IRJ. Uiunaelorai alao three ehnUarlouera on ,j the woat repreacnlliifr th rrealdlliK HjjEt lllaliop and Ida two Couiiechira; tho tow JjJJj era on tho rant Ibo Melehlaodek prleat- tjX;,' hood, llioio on tho wo.l ibo Aarinilo J).' prloathood. Tho wnler towora will he J ' hlKhrrthantlioaoon tho aldea, and Iho Hq: . wntlowera a lutlolouerlhan IhcM on Hi -.- " "'I' "' end. Tne boily of Ihe bulldlns HP9 j, will Iwlietaeeiitbaae and plllarawlll be B'faf' ji niwaiwry to upHjrl the nciora.' Anll !, then u.knl Ikiui the ho'iibl, and y drew tho folloalim varlloul .wilon aworillnr- to llrlKham'a n.lriolli.n.i i Tho tiuement IU feM bl(h to eonkihi i tbe fuui. 'Ibo llrat alory twenty-lite ,, i lt hlxli betueeu Ibo plllara, but lie- !' I teen tliu pillara and aldowalla intern , i fitthlKhdearlnd room fora llr otrooum I',, I al o the aide alulae about I'lifnt hlitb t; . Iwlow Ihe acMind llnor. Tbe reeotid atory I I Hko tho llrat. Tbe cone ruillnn of Iho '',' ! roofvaa lenioMr. Almell. I Hi lateral oenwlona Ilia foundation and Ihlckneaa cjf .'! i thnwn)tawatthoeiitJertofronv,riatiom. s i Hull do not recollect any talk between i l:rlbuiiiand Anm-ll Inreuard tolboitylc i ol IU, uulldliiK.Anici'tl1 hbaand aim aa I t.i uiako it ditlerrnl to any oiher kuon n . bulldliii), and I Ihlnk ho aurweded ua to j tbe jiweral coniVlnallon, Tho above la L"( ' r'?? a, irdluir to ti.y butt r, nilccuon, and 1 billnto iubamln,!r corrnl. tt' .. WAnn. It mutt U evident Io cv. rybody who lniiian)thln,( about tbe Interior tf a Tamnlc, that no crdlnary architect could drelirn the varluui detitnienla nod lliplrnufctloiia,coMldt'rlnx the iuriw for which they wiretu be cnmtructril. I'rraldeut lltljjhrilil yoiine; Kave tbe nrcerfary dlrrcllona for tbeaa while he lived, mid hla tuc-nl-ora havu continued to iLttruct Ihe architect aaciculou tenulted. After the death of Truman O. Aiixell,lila eon, T.O. Aurelljr., hod oMltlght of the weik until thrappolntmeht of nnother Chulch Archllrct, Joeh Don C'arloa ViuiiCi a eon of our htte rrraldcut,iiii dcr whoee au).rvlildii the bulldluR liaa QtlHlnnl Ha preaent decree of r,r fectlon at d who will cmihtltt a con tlnua Ihe work uttll lticlof. It la a (laud and bcaullful etiuduiu and will iruve a xreat attraction to to many On unJ of i,lu U-ldM there who, kuowlni; lt iiriH an I value, will cider IU eacred rtala to aid In tho woik of redemption for the llvlnxaud the dead. iii:ni:it i,n k rn.o ,t;vn OiilicN now wanla tojnln with the H,dt Lake Chamber cf Commerce, In Ha action ajalnit Ihe rallroada with a view toaecurlntr a reduction on the rateaof trautportatlou to and from thla Territory. That la quite rljhl, pro viding Orfdeu will beat Ha thate of the espouae. TTiere waa couatderablo dla. cuailon uvrr thla auhject boforotbe Chamber here decided to vliicaftu thu aervlctaof Cnminlaaloner 8. W.Biari, and It waa auppoaed that Utrden, and irhapa Truvo, would Join In thu movement. Hut no practical naalttancebelnirforlhcomlnit, tho Halt Lake Chamber liaa tfoiie ahead at con Iderable coat, and the complaint alau the auaweri of aevoral of the rall roada Intereated have been filed, at ubllihrd 111 the piper j of thla city. Col. DounelJan la In correapondcQce with the Ugden Chamber In relatlou to tho matter, and tliouuli ttrdy In lit co-operation, It la poitlble that Oifdcu may lie let Into the movement, ou projicr condltlona anj financial cur aldrratlont, for that city It almoat, If cot quite as much, Intereited materially In the ol Ject In view aa auy other part of thla Territory. Tim WVUHIMI llll III II.TV. Al.TlloVuli actual hotlllltlta have reaaedfor Iheprneul, In Ihe war In Wyoralng Iwtweeri cattlemen and ruatlera, the feellnr;of hatred U aa In teuaeatevrr, rapeclally onthoaitof thoople of Johnaon county toward tho luvadera. Wtien the lroo; reached tho acene otthelateconttlrt, HIierllT Annua In. formed Col. Van Horn that all lhat was wanted waa that after turirnder thocitUerucu should be turned orir to the civil authorities. Thla waa agreed to. A lUg of truce waa sent Into the ranch and tho ttockruou were Informed of tho preieuce uf the trooi, and that If they turrtndereil they would be protected from mob violence. After taking lime to comlder, tho stockmen tent out a uu'iscnger to Bay they were willing to surrender to the troopa. The latter then intered the barricaded enclosure and surrounded tbe houw with a line of pickets. The llinvtr .Yens coutalna the fol lowing details atjoclated with the sur render! 'The shsrllTs farcea then withdrew to aoins dlaUnce, w hllo ho with hit aaalat nnt, Araiaiho llrown, went forw4nl with Colonel Van Horn Into tho ranch, and a ll.l of all thslntadera waa ruvlo. There wcm forty-alx Iu ibo party, Twenty, flvo were Texant, tho othera -rmatient Wyomlnitalorkmeii. Their iiaiuc, how vter, were not glveu, out by tho com. matidlm; ofilcer or Sherlrl Annua. Karh waa armed with aeveral ratolvcra and a rlllo and two brlta of cArlrldnea. Tho lino of lilanh waa taken up Willi tbe cap tit ea rtnardel on all aldpa by tho troopa. There waa Intuitu curloilty lusnlfcotcd hy tho bealrclntr force aa Ihey crowded Io aee the Intadara march by, but there w aa no dltpoalilun abow n to do them auy vlolcnco. "Moat of tho captured ajoekmen were known pi raonally Iu many of the ranch men whu formed tbe aburln! pone aud lliteuie blllrrneaa was Inaulfehtinl toward aouioof them who weru known tu have been tholmtlora In tholutadlnir. forces. "Tbe arrival of lbs troopa waa a god aend to Iho atorkmeu. Tho believers hml worked hard tbrouKhout the uttfbt and had workeil nearer and noarer tho ranch Willi an cnclrcllnj ayalrm ol rlllo plU, and were aurely narrow Ins the circle In which tho stockmen wire prlannera to arnalt projiortlona. "Hy noon today Ihoy would have been lnioalttonto hare compelled the atir retidor of Iho luvadora, but It Is crrlahi II would not havo been accomplUhod with out bloodahetl, for Iho betletieil ellll had a CwkI supfly of ammunition nnd would hate follHhtlo tho lilttmun II the allalr bad cmio lo u ahowdoivn. Tho captlvea whan Inken In elmrco by tho troopa were h.iccard lookhiu and worn. "They had httn nn the march and abut up la the ranch for four daya aud had but ll'ilo alren or real. One mun iu tbe lairtv, named Iowery of Toias, ' alruck In Ibo crohi by n bullet dilrlur; tho sUyo aud faulty wounded. "It la reported that Major Henry Wol tott aud William t". Irvine, maimier of the OxallaU (!tll eomainy, had been killed during Iho llubt, but Ulli inuio oulliuaculvlied. "When Iho prlaouera iru-liod rort Me Kinney Ihey were fornmlly placed under an eat. While Ihey are uiidurrlmruo of Hie civil ntilhnrilleaof Johnnon cuntv, ibey will bo kept at the l'ort under chnruo of tho commutid ant, "The ontlro parly will be Indicted for tbo murder ol Champion uud lUy, whom li, vki . u In Iho nt'aik on lb. 1. ' rencb. The dcslro among miuy of theiico pie of Johiimn County for vtii(vnce Unn Ihe stockmen It to great thai the (Jo vi r nor has very wKelydlrertidthat Hie prtotnerB slioull not at present I Mi llvired Into the hands ol the author ities of Hist pnrt if Ihe HlAtc. It Is a so uln'.ed liy Uovert.'jr IlitiUr that thelwosticknten arrtVul beforo the surreifler ha (urne-l ovvr tu the mili tary Kuthorltl.B. Thewi pcioaiitlons arelakeu Inordtr lotevenl a whole sale rostsocre ol the men Hi custody. The raptured stccknieu are slurtly to be takstl fro.n Tort McKlnni'y lo Doiu-lii. It la fuui'J that this Inteiidel niuvenisnl, If carried out, will mutt Hi blood rhnl, as It It rlslnietl that a thouaand arme.1 men, htudsil by n bellliterent Meittudlat prsnoher, sre prepared to atlaek the i-seni I on the rray au.i unel hllate the tlMkineu. It Is prolatbl-, however, that thla tumor la IIHIo site ttinna inero aentallon-il leiioit. Tht-ru Is not ijuili I'lkehhwJ of mi titbtck 1 Ine nude by the ru.treta on lite Petleral trooie. That would be a ilep too KUilnly suicidal for ne men tu'tuke. III.IIIU IMlt,l'KMll;rs, Tin: Jtnt'iI, In romnieullnx on the lltlcal slttiatlou In Idaho, trelv aeveral (tood iwlnt. Hut In ilelliilng the lolllltol lianlhK ol the "Mor mors" Iu the Hlate, prior tu thtlrdla franchluiiitti'i through the ueUrl out lot oslli liw, It bss not, we think, taken Into account one fact. That It, there were a large number of the "Mormons" In the then ..Territory, who organised as uIiide4.rraents," In coDee'nieucu of Ihe attitude of haling men Iu both Hi0 great taititlcal parties ou theiniuisllon. ThoIiidea;ndeiit ptity of Idaho bad miamilstlon with either of lliote par. tics aud therefore are not bouud now by any arly ties lo the Daniocrat' more than the Itepubllcans. It Is perfectly true that principle should guide voters tu their tholce of party adherence. They ought not tu be swayed from one side to another by any such Intluenna as are sometimes brought to War In favor ol or, ntfalntt a (arty move ment. 1 Voplo w b o can bo Democrats ti-day aud llepubllcatis tomorrow, or lies tirxi aa Intrust or whim shall guide, are notstatile cltltens, and haTe but a mr Idet of thu rctpoutlblllly of thefrsnchlie. Hut Iu calculating theproipttttof vltheriarty In Idaho allowance muat te made, aa In Utah, for quite n num ber of rltlKtiawho oie net committed either way, and who should I e Just as free to become Hopubltcaus as llemu crst's, nud Democrats ns Republicans, and could not be fairly conJcruntd In either event. We bono that In their choice they will be govcrmd by what apiicara to thtiti lo I tight, Having the pest where It belonga and actlu In tho living present with due regard for the probibla fuluie. kimtu.h op Tin: intuitu aiimv. IwMlie llrltlek soldier la at all tenil tlvohe wlllnot boil.tti-1 at thesotne what accurate desert) tlons cf hlmsell recently given by a sjieclal comtnllti-e, appointed In Inquire Into hit ttatut, The average Infantry ruin Is delineated by the Duke of Cambridge ss only a few dvgrres removed from a physical Imbecile. He dedans that he could nut poaslbjy mobilise the forces ou short notice, II an emergency demsud ed such a step. Half of thetrooiat the Aldrrtliot encampment are unlit because of youth and gonvrul In capacity for a day's uctlve service. It was Ironically admitted, however, that the troo stationed at botue wiuld, In the wont of Invatlon, be n slight rcentiige better than nothing. I.urd Wolieley compares the urmy tu a siueezed lemou, so It cannot be con, splruouily Juicy. ObmvliiK people In (treat Britain havu for years been commenting tijn Ihe changed condition of the lltltl-h troopa. Those who vlalt the, couutry after an abienco of years are still more forcibly struck Willi the dlUVreniv In tho caliber ol the men now lnlhesur. vicoconiisred with tho Hrltlsh soldiers of ntterii, twenty and twenty. nvu years ago, Then they were, as a rule, robust, muscular, active and matured. Now an obitrvor la Impressed with the boyish and Inferior ntject of the rank aud lllonf the Inlantry, Asruule they do not present u soldierly apH,ar mice, and especially Isck the strong features Indicative ol hardihood and determination formerly charnclrrlitlc ofllrllltli aoldlers. There ari-,ef course, n few cfurk regluienta ol Infantry, such aa the "tlih, that ale up to the old standard, but the rule li the other way. The mlllta ry (UlUrllln sro wak lug up tu the sllustlou, and tarly to foruis which will Induce n more etrvl ft nrt ilssaof men to cnlltl, will I Inaugurated. The status of Ihe cavalry la .1111 creditable, although that branch ol the army la not altogether aa string, far ua nUteato the caliber of the men, ua It Htiauquartir of a century iliiio. a M.w mm: io nn: iucii'ic. ( AccuniiiMi to the Kan Francisco tViroiilc'e thirty California ciipllnllnhi, amung whom are Alvlnza Hsyivard, W. 8. Ilobart, James U. Pair, Jsmia I'hehn, Adiui (Iraut. Joseph Djnog hue, Henry rAjuntagnud J, II, Hudson, Imve taken Hio lelliulnury stepj to warJs building a railroad between Halt I.kko and Bin I'ranclscu. Tlie agrermea't eutered Into by lliesv a gentlctutns'lpi la'e lhat the new en terirlse S-iall '.! "t teal coQlpeting line" tjlupperat dludeairidently of tralllo a'aociaUoii , poo truils or com bines of any kin I. It la niitie.-lr.nl, J Hut emphatic opi lllon to Iho lloallnif ol the Uinds of ifila corporation will be vxiarlnee-d Irani rallinad liitireats already astali-lUln-d. this the prijrctont havu ro vldedfor. r.aeli f Ihothllly capital UitHihacillraiHi,iViei, making a cash tglrinluir of $?,uotitoa). Thla Is Ihe lt en, Ioneiric.il that could tw given tu the project, and there la Utile fear that with such a commencement Ihe protnotera will bat nuy illflloulty Iu floating their bond', which will then lw regarded na gllt-rilged. Home tHttia tre-nt thla atfiilr as n mere railroad on p.ur, It Is possible lhat It is only a irheruo to force the "Kitting vorrsl,ii s Iu buy nlT Ihe I'll Jen tors of the n- w orginistllou. Hut Itlwa Ihe apiarai.ie cf slaillt'g tut "for kirps." Colnpelltluu III llklllo Iu tie coiit would n Mainly las a boon lo Ihls liilerniiiunlalnreirioii. llll; M.l.lio III IIIUV. In thn A'orfn .luoritxio A'ciisio for April, Thomas Nelaon Page, uBoulli im man, i.tw au article un the i.ogro luesllou. It seems tu liuve been In spinel by one !at lieeemt'er from the eu of Prof. Jauiei llrtre of (Ir.nl llrltnln. Tbe Urlthher Iu his article dwelt on the serluiltllrM of the liegrn question, au J the general tenor uflils argument was that tho colored man ought to have a lair chatire toclally, lltlcally and Induttrlally. Mr. Page, echoing the Houlhern view, lata that It liarircat race ques llon"ontbii(iorret solution of wtilcli des-nds not only the picitnl nhatlou of the Mouth, bu; the future 01 the nation." He quotes (he saying of Henstor Hoar that persons at present living will ieM.iXki,il negroes In the United HJates. Ho dwells ou the utter ance to show tbe obtuicnens of tneu who see tho growing power of tho i.e It r j, aud yotwantlo llivrtt lilm with slltlcal authority, Let the uegro domliiste the Hfulh, ami II la only a quistlau of time when lie will alto dominate tlioNorlli. The contention ou thu irt of tho Bouth against political supriruscy for tho colored raco la tartly ethnological nnd aitly social. It Is claimed thst the Inferiority of the negro does not nrltu because hu was a stive, but be rauteliodoe notposiess Ihe faculties tu ralao hlmavlf abovu a iiosltlou of icrvlliidc. "He has not exhibited tho qualities of any raco which liaal vanoed clvllli itltu or shown capacity to be greatly advanced." rllncelho dawn of lilitory, In lgypl, In Phoeulcla, Jtome and eltewhere, ha has lcn In contact with civilisation, and for the past 3J0 years ho lias been under the Itillutuce of the Can. rasisn raco on thlr continent; In New Ztalaud lie has had his freedom for over one hundred years, and ) et there is jio lerceptlblo advance In Ids rhaiacler. Liberia, llsjll, and several of the Houlhern States which for a few years after the war were dominated by ne groes, ate taken as Illustrations to dem ouitrateliovr llltle general, political ur Inteilloctual ability there It In the negro. The trend cf Mr. Pajc'e argument Is that Iho colored race wia deitlned by the Creator to occupy au Inferior poel. Hun In the serial and political econom ics of civilization. TIIK IP1UIIK UNVKII.CII. A5io.nu the data we obtained with ngardto thollluof I'.IJcr JacobOalei was an account of u vlaloti, aud some notes ol travel showing Its fulfilment, The statement was written by his own hnnd, and as It waa not, on account of HmltoJ space, Included In the blo irraplilcil sketch published In jester dty's Issue, wo ghe It place today, believing tint It will bo puruned with plenum by nun of our readent After Ike Prophrt Joseidi .Smith was martyred on the S'tli of June, lull, the spirit of inoUicracy raged hi such an extent Hist It was deemed advlrahle loseud the i:iilers, Into tba urroui,il. Hig country tu alloy the excitement as fsr as (KiMlble. I was disjalched tu Pouiilaiu (Jreeu, a place buown to tu very bitter toward the Latter-day Hatuts, 1 held one meeting In cuai rimy wllhCharlisilHrd.tiiycomiaiiihu. Ve hud n large audience, and Ihe aplrltnl theeuemy had be-eu wrought tu the lilghot plli bj hut the Utter spirit prevailed and the meeting paned ntr quietly. Then we returned to Nauvoo, In the. fall and winter of IS 1 1, w oik u pen the Temple waa puthbd forward, io that In tho latter part of 14.1 the imople commenced to re-1 reive their bLsslngi. That same fall I hail my full endowments, togelh, r witu ray two wives, Msiy M. and Caroline Kllttlelli. During tha win Irrniid pprlnii nf I81D we evere preinr- , lligto leave? Kaiivni'. As we (osseil , over Hie Mli.i,il,it Itlver lulu Iowa, whrlel liauoucellveo, I wis remind-1 ed id n drmm, or night vblon, which j wsflnafollow.i In thu yi r 111V I saw the people i lie-gin lo leave Kuuvon and cro'S m river Hilo Iowa, and pirate.l to move west. A persoliuun seoiui-l lu ata, d ly mysldeundixplaln the object I of the III ive. Jleseld the opla were , golugtosetk a place In which Indwell mid lllatwheu they found It they would reninlu tuereiiutil they latanie liiiln- ' eeouaand stiotifi; and when this time riiuie they woulu the up like a host nnd guiluwu tu Jaikaun county. Mis- , soliri. I saw the very ceuise Ihey lovk fire J cilia liter, aud the iieraoliige leile lite told rue the name et the place wherothe Halnts would ctesallio Ml.a-iirl Illvtr, namely, I'ouiu'il Illi, IT-. 1 saw the track Ihey took after tluaMllt-the liver, and lliey went out of ituy tin', til out hallway b, tweeil the Mlmiuri lllvrr anil Halt Lake vr.lt.-y, renijlnli g out of sight In ii tcenl inu tune It miglil lake to Iwoiuii ml lull-1 nus. Die vlaiou uiiillmird until Hiey , eviniu In sight again, ant then 1 fol-1 lotted iliem Hi the vision as tiny . uissed down thu southwest sldo uf the Mi.sourl Itiver, until they landid In I Jackson county. Mlssoiiil. When they reached the HUte on the west lhele was no OLe there tu opfiose them as they took taistesaloll of the land. It waaalvut atx years from Ilia time I s,ew the vliloulli.111 I found lujself with a Isrgn numlirr o' the Halms In Halt Lake Valley, having tawed over j the very spots which I Jlalnly saw six years previous. I The J, uruey between Te'auvou audi Winter (jjarters, or Cutler's I'atk, I situate on the bunk of thu Missouri ltlver, was ntttuJed with much hard ship. Allereihort rut with our leiins, onuconi)auy was sent en towards the West at far as Pavrm-u Vll'ae, situate ill Ihe lMop folk of Platte Itlter.nlwul ItrUiullea west of the Mlsaciirl ltlver. The Pawnee lullansnt this limit bad all gone west tu hunt burtalu. Menu tlmo Captain Miller took tho milii laidy of tl.u company ncrosBthecountry tu tua Puncatr natiuii, oa the Mltsourl, 170 milts nbivu Omaha, nud I was left In chariiu tf ten or twelve ilcU families, In the mi lit uf an Indian country. In tho!ratMuce, while ou the hunt, the Ploux Iiidhns hnd burntd their vlllsgu and drlveu oil the inlaslonarte, whu had tlxlcvn or eighteen of Ihe Indian children. When Iho Indians returned from their buut tl.ey found Ihelr vl. lagu burned aud the ralsslouarlis and their children gone, aud atraugersoc rupylog the place. It was some Hmu before we were able to make them understand the condition, and why we were there, tho cauie ol thi-lr chlldreti Ulnff guue.ttc. When they learned how thltitrs stood they were quite ftleadly. We turned In and helped tin in build up their village and they paid us lu meat, bullalo robes, etc. The war etas still going on with the Hloux Indiana ami Pnsideut llrlghaui Young thought It unsafe for our little coiupvuy tu rsuisln with the ludbiust su tin sent two men (Jack Head lug and Holomou Cac) to escort ui lack to Winter (J'Uilera. Thlawaa Itte In the fall of Ibt'J. Mywlveawerelntlislck, cauaed by batdshln and ex-oaure. Thn weather was cold nnd vre haduo shelter lieeldts i,ur wa-on. I went to work atonce tu dig a hole lu the ground, aud then took my ex and team and repaired lu the furest. There I relied trees, cut luys. auit hauled Hum to the place where I laid Ibem up In the lorn! of a square around a hold In the ground, covered It with butli grass nnd edict and thua established my cabin. for the; winter, half below and half above grouu I. In thla I placed my sick wives and our tllecls. Here luy wife hllzabclh died, and was bulled while 1 was aleent from home, one hundred and fifty mllea In Mltaourl. When I rslurned to my home I found my wife gone and her little daughter left tube cared fur. Hhe wanuy unly child and Iwlug sickly toon followed her mother. In tbe spring of 1517 reparations ware made for cro-tlng thu plaint In search of a home and a resting-place wherowoooutd dwell lu laee. The people Wero called together -President Hrlkham Young presiding and we were organized Into companies ol len, IIHy and one hundred. I was chosen a captain of fifty lu Captain Willsrd Hnow'a hundred. Alter 1'iealdvr.t Young hal ttarted west with thu Pioneers P. P. Pratt, ou coming home flunk amission, reorganized Ihe com pany aud I waa made captain of len. filial dlapltased Pnsideut Young, However, wo slaricd ou our Journey westwuru uud ent tho greater put of the summer Hi Havrllog, having hut many of uur cattle ou the way, and rescued ritlt Lake City lort Isle In thu fall ol 1S47. Lrastue Hucw had laid the bealy ot a log loom I l ovvred It over with -oles, buy ant. dirt und livid Hiiro dull-. the winter and must of the next summer, until hal built lutielf a Hat rcufed adobe house. Ill this 1 dwelt about seven years. I llxileu aud llellir-a. $1.10 fur the round irlii on April SStli and -.'Dili, via Hie Union Paclllc. Trains at 7:00 a.m., li):l'i a.m., 8:rn uii.. el:Udp. m. Tickets guud tor re turn until May bill. Always fresh Pickles from H.L. PlekleCo. Largest in the World. In tho department of Flavoring Extracts, tho Prlco Flavoring Extract Company has thu largest and most completely equipped laboratory in the world. Thou sands of pounds of tho true Mexican vanilla beans are consumed every year in Dr. Price's Flavoring Extract of Vanilla. Tills immense business is accounted for by tho purity and excellence of their production, tho result t of effort a determined effort to mako articles as perfect rl as they can bu made free from hurtful materials, of thu higheet strength attainable, and at a price within the roach uf all. With pusl), honest success is achieved and held. Ji3tRi7riifBl Tho l-ovcllcvat J.,,,,, Cll.Llll.EiVS AXD MISSK S ' BONNETS Also Children's and Misses' Bonnets, U-SiK,raUini "ITEM Mil he, And ci Endless Style and Colon. ' LADIES'. WHITE MUSLIN APRONS, J'vom -'.1 CiiiiIh ujtininl. M.IK) LADIES' FINE JERSEY VESTS, Ontji n Oititrltt' Jincli. ALSO Tho PRETTIEST and MOST STYLISH SERIES OF. TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS Jtrowjlit lo tlih rttii. I ALL NEW, CLEAN AlN'l) FASHI0XA..1.K, In WiUa nnd Color. I t. ci. vi3nm;it. sitpt. F.AJJERBAGH&BRq jsmmammjimm A Ciwititntillim nf Jlc.ihllegH Jlttrtjaliw. Visit our ' Stove imil wo will coiirluce yon Unit irci two tlto 3lot J'opulitr Jlimsii In fm C'ttianil iuolollio liowert W l'rlcen. Oil)' JiHormoiiH JliiHlnrxM linn been LI rrcnfict hi TIWAT1XG AI,1, AL1KU. ft HK.VDCjI'AKTIiltK I'OU Hl'IIIMI WltAIVs. This Is tliv tuuat attractive! ilrrart msnt In the e lly, ly rrruniu 9f our low rrlcraauil Iranirnsa asaurtinsrii. Ti-.o followlnt: slxterii unlitanl of Harcalna at lots tlian one half Hiclr actual value, ItijczKii Jackktu Attl.tV, woctli t!M; at J2.I.M, worth ix'd; ut tizn, wurlii II.ihi; at $.o), teorlii i'UK). ItKI.IKK JAt'liKlK. At $3.IKI, tvurtll $S.tu; at trUU, wiuili $i).:,n; at M.w, worth SU.IKI, at $il 00, Mnllhfll.iai. ("Aria. Kor $l.tu, wuilh Ji.uu; for fl.Ti, worth $:.t0; for :.m, worth i.Viii; fort.rno, worth $t.isi; fur fl.ou, weirlhSfiuo; lorf.'i.tm, worth f'l.oo; for J7.6D, wcrth tl3.isi: fur fto.ou, worth JI7.W. All Caper, Hlairra auel Heefcts are In lilacs, tun and tlaliecolnta. Our ItliH'k ut LADIES' WAISTS. Ilitli Instill ami cotton fabrics, Is now runipleie'. Immense assurtmnt. I'rlcea aa UBual,tbe lowest. tl.OU, ll.iB, J1.5U, etc. Kliks for .l.0u, $1.00, II.JD, etc. I.njlc.' Hlousm for "lo., fl.UO, $1.:5, $1,50, $1.7.1,elc. I.AIHKV WIIAI'lMtKS Are arrlrlni; In rti'Hrta varirtlia niul ilialltlrs. l,a,lls (.Vllio Wla,r, 6Uc; liaalra' Calico Wrat,irt, il.'JS; I.tJI.s' (HiiKlmtn Wiapiers, JI.5U; l.a lies' Keersuilirr Wiau;ri, II. 7 J. The styles of tlie-he iiru mciatly very in It, lull lack anil I runt, itsM eir I lain. t" We show the largest nnel cheap, est clock of thu llneitaiul mott stylish dial es In Infants' ami Children's Hun. nets ami Hats, Cashmere 1 luts, iAc.; Hurah rillk, Jn,,. ami up; bilk KtuLtol. elttcKt Hoiiuets, 4nc, fieiti. atitl up. IllHrlS (lOIH)SAM) RII.ICS, ' More genuine i,nri;alni In Sitka nul Dnaa Hood, will Leshuwn ty us tills week llnu I'uve over before teen of. fetevl hy all Ihe city rotuMnniJ. Don't miss Kettliiii a Dun ratleru. AT ONE-HALF ACTUM VALUC. S3 led of col. IU Inch riiiruli... ,2& I'Ji pieces ot col. SiMuch Hurah 471 4l plcres ot oul. i.'11-lnch I'onsee., ,41) TVn.THIRD3 ACTUAL VALUE. S.VI yards ol ull rillk lliurk (iroa (Jralii OL') o6Uysrdsof allHIlk Illaek Urcs drain 72J 499 ) aids of all Hilt lllack Uros. 11 MU) yards o7uVrHHV;7lViicli"(lVeia ' o'Xlyuid. iVir,'k''A'al'l'ii'iuViuiaiu'e" !t'l !' HOUynrdsAIISIIk ,Ui (M 11'JiyanlaAllrillk .b? lllack aud (.'olored HroutdiHl H ! H IVa at 75, hue, tl.iH) aud I (I.'.'3,pislllveilywurili4l )r eiilil. rnorv. ,H , AT ONE-HALF ACTUAL VALUE. H !VS plicrauf Uullhlo width Coble, 1 IH j 50 pieces of'jfioTelTy'lVlaVoiial H ,leW iiiura'u?,Uark''nirTiVir,it " I Oroilud ChalltK OS ::o i.leiva of Dark and I.Uht Ureiuud Challles '.i 40 pieres of Caniel.hnlr Novel. II ly wenve, Double Wlilh. .41 1 Au aisollnicnt of !() Hult lieni'.tbsi M conlaliiini! 7 and 8 yurds of elegant H I Novelty Drita (louds at f l,7.i, I-.l", fi.SC, 1.1'.73, J.1.15, $l.o0, U.), ilMI antl J5.u0 a suit; these, havei I sen sill H ! Iiik at i luuro man now Ulnit od'ered. 1(10 iriuiianla uf Kllka and UrrM (looils of all clewrli.tlcius at leai tiiau half of r.astern oust. ' TltlJIJUMI DICI'AltlJII'.Nr. fl ! 1'or Ihls sale of Trimmings we ahall elsvole a wbolu counter, nn iiunienso Ifl variety of splendid barualns lots than 19 ouu-fuurlll (hair uclual taluc, lit ce'., H lOo, I6r, COc ami Uo jr yanl. IIO.IIKSI'K) DKl'AltlMK.VT. H I'rlcea like tllllei niaku us do the bus H In, t.i H Aprnihcheckitttishau!, fasten!. .Ofi H lliese styles, uliuihaiu, la,lu.... .08 1.1 6ier.uil.er. la stripes and eheclts do w Klnist ijualily aecrsuohers 1" n llenvyuublejehidslleetlnK,.. . ," W Cloud blojched inuallll ', M Iwlisdale, fruit of loom OS 1.3 Bl ritrliaU scrim, 4.) Inchwi wide .11 M Madras C111I.1I11I111.' o.' V.'3 Uoud I'rluts 01 Rl Htandurd Prints. W 11 Huckahuck ('rath.. 05 I, All l.lneu Crash (H 1-8 , IKuOutlnii hlsiine) 10 I Wctliilli;Kljiiiiel , .1:1 0(k lied Hpreaila A , ' 1..-.0 Hod hpreadi l.H I ,1.75 HlSnreuils,l!.-4Malsilllej I...3 , tiloTublu lilnon, cream 40 ! F. AUEEBACH & BBO.