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Pvsj.untD Evkitv Sati-rpat Evsmnq, by T. J & J. S. BUTLER, . Editors und Proprietors. TEli MS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. K.VTKS OF SUBSCRIPTION : >no Tdtr..............................$12 00 Ms months,............ 7 00 Three months................ 4 00 Single copies............................. 50 i:\TK8 of advertising: For one insertion one square............... §5 >aesq.(ten lines or less) four insertions... ®jb~ All advertisements ol half column ormore 'vW0<s inserted bv special contract. t-W Advertisements, to insure insertion, nuts be handed in as early as Monday, and the nttra ber of insertions desired should bo noted on the margin BOISE HEWS AGENTS, . Bannock City —Henry IT. Knapp. carrier and P*neral agent, t ) whom el! d.ies are payable, l'a Jiers are also for sale at the office of Wells, Fargo % Cm, at the Salt Like Express Company, at ^winnerton's book store and Rosenberg's variety it>r.>. PtkosRvttte—James Hawley, eTrier and gen ■ral agent, to whvn all dues for mo-. -nuiions are svable: papers are also for * • In at the ffiee of •Veils. Fargo and Co. and at Schroder & Tiner's took «t'i C.;sTr;sv;u.K—P. W. Johnson, at Wells. Fargo ft Co.'s. PioNF.ta City—A lfred Slocum, at Wells, Fargo vjC Wam, a WAt.t.A— ft. E. Kelly. Uy vtilla- Z. F. Moody. Fort-la VivW. Chapman, jr., and Tracy Official Directory. Ferritorial .capital, for the present. *, }9>:ernor. ■>e. of tk» Territory, Tep. And tor, L'. S. Mar.-kill, Boi«e Comty probllt *'«*■ Ait j\ 4xdd .jj', \ ibtriff, V-f.lJV.rtr, iis.'.i.ror, jewistou.] Willi m H. Wallace. IS ill!am, R. Daniels. 8.F. Lamtnis -Bannock City. County IL I A V N L, VTEL McLaTSKLIN. Geo. <;. Huron. W. R. Usin-x iwoun. S. Pi nk n an. T. C. Kei.lasl J. JUDGrl. i Frank .Horn:?:. SKiin. raid >1. Mi npitv. Bannock Precinct. 'xstice of ihe Peace, Charles Walkyr. T'laccnille Precinct. uniitf nf ihr Pexee. Tirx. H. Stringitam. Jounly Com.Tnimar.rrs, ret REUSIOTIS HOTiUil T?ev. Father A. Z. Poulin will hold divine service A the tjt. .los'iohCiiuren, corner Comniercid ■treat and East Hill, every Sunday, fit 10 o'clock u tlie forenoon. Preaching will be held every Sunday, at 11 A. iL at the Ambriesn Hotel, in Binnock City. dev. Father I*. Me-ndb* will hold divine service it luli-;»e.->t-;» a. ?•-!., and vespers at three o'clock ?. M.. every SandsV. at the tipper end of Main treet, Centerville'until iunber notice. ISAAC S. HASCALL. L A W Y E R, B* nnock City, Boi.se County. I. T. Jair.ifirv 2nd. 18R4. 15tf 11/U. Snelting, ATTORNEY 4 - COUNSELOR AT LAW (NKXJ, peon T'l LXVI'a- STORK,) _Montgssidry Street, Bannock. 9-t 1 Bl. A. J. HOGG, (Late of the United States Army.) P. AN N O C K Cl T Y, I. fft, •* S PECIAL ATTENTION given to diseases of women icmt^hib.lren. Offis« at?£!toSniou Dm ; St ire- Resiilout-e, East Hill. -n&lm FIJI). _ insED. & • J- CI7XMJW8. CVlIim#: S '*'ot:XKWS;,AT law UVv<- T. . --- * <•• •• t'rewVMvcen Cormneixakl anfMFallnlu streets. CdtJNStfL:)R*A. ASj. ofiL e ea*'t euie" mf Gold fetd.'ffilver Kiaing Comiiany. H ELD &I feHJ.MMiNS, of B.nino<ilP , V'iy. afe ill eiit- for the BANNOCK G&EJJ AND SILVER MfNJXG COMPANY, gftjons w (,o have Siiteiesfee- yi <ju rrtz lades, w ui ^ we ll to «uil atjour o%c hi.U take stock. n7 -tf A. ROSS!. «, A.tt. XiOEIE. WALL 8TKEKT, A B; j^VyH J1 A IN STREET. G MLD- AND SILVER, and Oresuf every te acriptiou, assayed and returns msde in. f hooi-s. n7-3m • „ HGadl & libojK. DR. L. WILLIS, Sttrgrsn -'cnh- : lPnittot, Office on Main St., Gpnosito International Hobil. \ IxL Call and examine his speeiirietrs of new work. #.-:- 1 --:—r —~~~t - -^b. Drs. Raymond di'iistte. Physicians and Sur.GECfNs.' O FFICE iu the rcaj, - of A. Store.. Montgoqjepy street .'Bhlfiioek Cjt-y, «itO. I. GILf ERT. V ' GEO. C. HOI GILBERT- & HOUGH. ATTQl AT LAW. OFFfGKWjfn;,* strf-et, Bannock City, I. T. Septemaer 2^|,, d> 63. ltf jl ? * ' jdI^Iniel McLaughlin. Atlor^y g-Miiisdor at Laic. entrusted to md remit' Main St City. If! ' —a ■ . - a - F. MILLER, }ney and Counselor at Late. ttenfi'm iiiiiTTTall'nrofessional Ikfs *it€*l to nis *cdi'el AHiarges reason Sept-smher 23t!i, 18S3. ltf - a J. to VOL. M BANNOCK CITY, BOISE COUNTY, IDAHO TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1834. (NO. 16. on l'a at of H. C. ANDERSON. N O T A RY PUBLIC. Office, Hawk-Eye Store, Wall Street. Bannock City, December, 25th, lSf.3. 14m3 J. K. Shafer. Edward Nugent. SHAFER & NUGENT. A T T O R N E YS \T L A W. O FFP'R, Corner of Wail and MontgomeC Mr* ete. C o .'-i.aira. U.iquoc/,: City Boi-e county, I. T. M. KELLY. Attorney and Counselor at Law. P MtTiCULAtt Attention paid to -collections, C/iCe Wirii i. Fargo & (-o.'s Express, Plac. vi wile, i;**fm».'-.e,to any of the Agents of W., F & Co., on this Coast. ' Oct. 8,18*13. 3t. j. Miller SWIFT & MILLER. A TTOKNEYS end COUNSELORS at Law. il Bannock City. September 2Mh, 1803__. I m3 fcrHmi. t. B. rnte will attend to business for us during *mr absence. H. W. O. MARGARY. LAW OFFICE COXSULTATIOXS EX FRAXCA1S, Bannock City. Boise Co., I. T., Sept. 29, ISC3__1 CiiAS. WALKER, JUSTICE OF TIIE PEACE. fftY Omct: m the building formerly occupied by Rookl*:How's Express, CREIGHTON & BUTTON. D EALEKS in Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries*, !$<>• t.< and Shoe.-. Liquors Tobacco and .Miners' outfit*. Washington St., Ceutervil.e, Sept. 25, 1>53_ltf A. Main 15tf 1 of CHARLES B. JApQUEMIN j SUCCESSOR TO S, W. DICKINSON. Main Street Bannock,Cijy W ATCILviAKER and Jeweler, Dealer in Jew elry end VVa eheK. S-lid Gold Jewelry made to order. Partteuiar utteutiou paid to Ifenalrihg Fiiife Wotchea I-t? All work w.ii ranted f"r twelve months. Bannock City,,September 2l)t-h, 1863. l ink W.M. GANEY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Provisions, Groceries, and Miner's Supplies. Bannock City, Main St.Sept. 2Pt1i, 1SK3. ltf E. N. SANFORD. Bannock City, Directly 'Opposite City Hotel. I T^INE Watches Repaired and rated by Chro - umnetor Time. H iving had many years ,ex pei.onee in the largest houses in San Drancwc.*, 1 reel' confident timt I can give perfect and entire satL-faction to all who nuy fav -r me with, tio-ir patronage. All kinds of Jewelry- made to order m the be-trmamier. ' ALL WORK WARRANTED. Bannock City,September lst^li.03 ltf feign of the Mortar. T AE > u; 1 dQrsju. on hand an*] Ls con stantly reSeivii:;' a full and well select- \ e*t SWolt. of 1 )ntfs-;'iJMtiie,ines, Chemfcti!a, B.iints Oils, _V-*nii;lic>. Ji; ;. T'u wiiich he ' respectfiirfy JfteuUon of the citiz* .BaunocK ami vk«j«iy. ; N. B. Plyrsieiags* prescriptions ctarefnUy prepared. A. A. MIX, .('liehii.st and Drugist, 13m • Opposite «- r ells, Fargo A CoJs citizens of t E. LEE. H AS an excellent article of VINEGAR for Sale at the r pruo*- Beer Sbap npvKr end <1 AU;u Street, Banm-ck City. , . It) M. AINSft,' Umatilla, : f : ,: : : : : Qregi.m. No. 1'1 Front Street, C TMinPsWN'sr^FjnN'T. and dealin; ij^G^iieial M eJ-y-lmndiso. AUt, S5>- GiJGDS^l'OR^D. ^nd FORWARDED. Sept. 2.1th, l.^J.—Itf_________^ HlpIiTi R. BLEDSOE. 1IIGPY & ELEDgOE. \¥7'HQI,F.SA)jL and Retail Defers in Gro ?T cenes. Provisions, Liquors, Ciothimr. o**ta, Shoes,Slinifn-T Implements, StMioi erv t Placerville, corner of Standeter and Granite 3*-J it-ii ! eet. ltf , a ,l ed _ cu> only ed ' ]1 0.*'D. CAGWIN & CO.« AUCTION AND ' COMISSION MER CHANTS. - General Renters in Clothing, Grceries and Miner's Goods. Being wyfl kiiowrqwe would yeip^ctfqliy- solicit a liberal spare of their patronage. Sept. 2frrtfiP -BaniKK-k Uity, Main 8t. was. '^ave with sister, anger and - Lota, di et was corn °[, cultute iiand, In*ig denote of wa, driving tly, JAMES M. BLOSSOM & GO. Smdk no Jut Jin.su tew TStsilVOM / pm ati pa Landi ng : : : : : * O rcgcn. W flni&SA t.T. and' ^etkifDcilers in Grorer ivS. Frojiji i*us. Dry -Aloods. Glntlamr Boots and Sju-ei. .;ce. Jlintis and otiiers.will lind a'gond--as.^rtiiYont in wtr store. ■ Vvc will sehre' the iywest rates for cash. WAR! WAR! WAR!!! J. : MONROE & BRO., WIIOLESALE And retail dealers in General Merehaudi^lB 8 ^ * *1 TAVR new*-oft. ii anil. *nd are constantly rc .1 ceivins large invoice of Dry Goa-is, (D-n. eerie*, Clothing, and in fact everything adapted to tiuMvunts of a mining community?, Located on Main Street, opposite the Idaho Saloon. ltf W. F 3t. A correspondent at Lincoln Gulch, being i spired with the divine afflatus and desirous of giving the printer a benefit, revives the rythm o* Dr. Watts in the following stanzas : PAY THE PRINTER Come sin'id debtor in whose breast Borne conscience rrfay revolve, Come with your coward fear oppress'd Aud ijuko this wise resolve : I H seek the printer though my debts Have like a mountain rose .; 1 know his wants', I'll pay him off, Irn atever may oppose. Ferhans he may take my excuse— Perhaps believe 1 lie ; But it 1 perish 1 will pay. And then his thoughts defy. Straightway I'll to his Sanctum go A nd see him face to face : 1 ii boldly tork tiie tin that's due_ 1-11 thani: him for his grace. Although ashamed this lat< lam resolved to try. Fur if I stay away I know la infamy i'll die, to go, I know his patient nature well— Delinquints he'll forgive. He il kindly pardon debtor's sins, And bid such suppliants live. MINFP Lincoln Gulch, Dee.. 30, 1803. to GIHlClA.lt M YTHCLOGT. MERCURY. ^ Mercury was the son nf Jupiter by the I ,h onp of the daughters of Atlas, l ie was In* god who presided over commerce eloquence, wresUing, and the other exercises or the gymnastic school 1 ; even over thievin'' arm everything in short wh.ich required skffl >uu _ ir.g* nui'y. j;le was the messenger of Juptrer; and he had also the office of con ducting the souls of the dead to the under world. Mercury was usually represented with a wirtged bar on his head, and winged shoes called taiana on has leet; he bears a rod en twined by two serpents, and named caducous in nis hana. A cavern m Mount Cyllene in Arcadia was the birth-place of this god. Scarcely was h bom, when he set forth to steal some of the cattle of the god< which fed in Pieria at th loot ed Mount Olympus, under the care of Apollo. At the door of the cavern he met s tcrio.se which he killed, and formed a ly... o its shell. Arriving in Fieri*, he drove'off huy cows and broughi them to Arcadia unseen by any but a man named Battus. Apollo, pursuing came ,t Q the cave of the nymph Ma.a. and threateaed the babe severely if did not restore the oxen. Mercury denied all Knowledge of them : but the matter heir." referred to Jupiter, he ordered tiie voiin" t hie I to make ie-Utution. The two sons ot the Olympian king then became excellent f^nds. Mercury gave his lire to ApoHo who'presensed him in return with the rod, w.hich afterwards became the catiuceus. It is said that Mercury gave Battus one of the heifers as the price of hfs secrecy., Cu rmits to knosv if die would be true to ids word e changed his form, .and coming to him in quned it he had seen any one driving cattle ihat-way ; on his offering a cow as the re waru pt information, the covetous Battus to'd , a ,l If f V trt •!? u> WH' Um turn ed the Index or Toueli-ione. _ As Mercury was flying -one day over the cu> of Athens he beheld Hersa t!te (hrughler ot only stopping to arrange his dress, he enter ed the dwelling of CVcrops. He here met Ag.auros, the sister of Hersa, who asked him ' ]1 ?L ^ n , e * ? 5 tii<! 8^ i#Vtued. her ®f his her good offices with her rank, and entreated 5isteh The price V? she She lias was. a large sn ta of gold; and she hiaHe-'htm '^ave Uie boiise.tiU he should .'have brought with her venom.'; 'AglaiiVi^rf jealouk of her sister, sat at the doox^oi' ILrpa'., apartment, determined,not tb. surfer the god to enter. Having essayed -Mye'fsahri e'nfreTies in vain anger at length got the better of Mercury/: and he turned her mto ah luck *taue. ;n , - CERE8 AND I'ROSEREINE. Cere.* was. .jhB daughter of Saturn x.nd Lota, k.he had by Jupiter a daughter named iroserpine by Neptune was mother ofHie et sm-d Arion : Plums the god of wealth was the son of Geres and a mom! named JWtftotwiAd »8J Jti'MjBt r-J ?>:d *-rf wo l; q f ;.\ Ceres- was the goddess who presided ov<er corn an^agricul.tu^y fiencc the allegory °[, u \ e 01 r ;ihh 1)( ' ! P,g her son, for agn cultute is tile friie source of ivrffflH.'* ' was maially-repit-seirted folding poppies in hei iiand, or with a-garlawLof them on her head ; In*ig yeliow locks waved oti-'her shoulders,.to denote vi;e goddess, who ripened .th*' coriu' IMe principal wcumstances.in the history Ceres?lire t b Bfe' ffinfid In tlie tale of her search-for her daughter Proserpine jEhen she wa, idauo-tw As the-god ot Aha underjWorklJVas ohee driving m his chariot' fKrough tfie isfle of Sic tly, Venus, who beheld him from the summit up T-he set on her meaiaM'bh'! t ipfilirl . .-.M/i *l .. a__ - j _ *f the iu her ries abd the mirers the " awgeU they pital fiwp. he mer.t. would i of rythm the skffl of con a of Mount Eryx, desired her son to shoot an arrow into his bosom. Cupid obeyed, and transfixed the heart of the subterranean god. As Pluto drove near the town of Henna, he saw Proserpine, the daughter of Ceres, gath ering flowers with her playfellows in the meads by the transparent lake of Pergos. Soon as he beheld he loved her; and snatch ing her up into his chariot carried her off', while she vainly called to her mother and her companions for aid. The water-nymph Cyane (Dark-blue) essayed, hut fruitlessly* to stop the god ; he hurled his scepter into* her fount and the earth opening, gave him a passage to his gloomy domains. Meantime Ceres sought her daughter in all parts of the earth. She rested not dn\ 0. night; for having lighted two torches at *JEt she searched for her by her light. One day overcome with thirst, she approached a cottage to request something to drink. An old woman, its mistress, gave her some gruel, and as the thirsty goddess drank it eagerly, a hoy who was-standing by laughed at her and called her greedy. Ceres flung in his face what remained in the vessel, and he was changed into a spotted lizard called Stellio (Starry.) The goddess beheld on the surface of the fount of Cyane the zone of her daughter, l ut the nymph ot the tount having been turned into wafer, was tinalue to give tiie information oe possessed. At length Arethusa, whose stream ran trom Elis to Sicily under the se toid her that she had seen Proserpine in the muher-world. Ceres immediate! v teiiaired-to 1 Olympus ; and Jupiter, on her reuioLiranee. I directed that kis daughter should return fo heaven, provided she had eaten n-.thing while j f 1 in the palace of Pluto. The goddess depart ed, quite aiv-ured of recovering her dffld; tut! lh unlortuna elv Pro.serp ne while walking in the j?T. garden of Erebus, had plucked a pome-granite ! und swallowed seven of the seeds. Ascal-1 phus, the son ot Oceanus by Oimhna cOaiU-' M ness) ,* nymph of the net her-world, who lia(J :F seen her, giving information, disappointed the j confluent expectations of the goduesses; and j 'in of s Proserpine, as a punishment, turned him into a Screech-owl (Bubo); Jupiter finally awarded her to spend oni-half of the jear with her husband, the other halt with .her mother. Ceres gave her chariot drawn by dragons to Triptulemus (Thrice-plough), son ofCeleus king ot E!eu?-is in Attica, and sent him to distribute corn through the earth. It is said that when Ceres was roaming in search of tier lost daughter, she came to Eleusis. where she undertook, the nursing of Triptulemus the infant son of C'eleus. Designing to make him immortal, she fed him on ambrosia, and laid him every night in the fire. The imprudent curiosity of liis mother, who watched the god dess and rushed into tlie room, deprived him of the intended bjtssing. Eiysichthon, an impious man, once cut down a stftely oak-tree which was sacred r*> Ceres. As its Hamadryad expired with the tree, the other nymphs besought Ceres to punish the author of her death. Tiie god dess afflicted him with insatiate hunger; and to procure the means ot appeasing it he sold all his substance, and finally his onlv daugh ter. As Nep'une had bestowed »w thi&.ipaitL en ^the power of changing, her form, she al ways escaped I Loaf the purchaser in the shape ot B-.-me animat and returning to her father was i*utd by him again. Finally, even this means not sufficing Ensichihon devoured bis own flesh and.xiied. . his Miss Cushman.— Announcing the fact that MHs Cushman' embarks for Europe, the Bos ton Transcript sa^,s that having earned a handsome Qiympetence as an actress, she' es tablished her faipiljyn, comfort in Engktnd ; and has resided Tor snipe years in Rome, pro viding a dtliglitful home for two of her gifted country-wnmerf devoted to art; there she assemhles around her the most agreeable coteries, and cheers and charms a large Am erican colony by her cultivated hospitality. She caiire.hqiyie on a visit in Juno last, and lias performed in Washington, RhiludtJohi T..... ..... rt*V tr... I der tiie son the and and Ghost out hands ihe dead rapjent he lieve (John, of tue, ness. that apostolic country is olden j lieliev I lv of Union soldiers realizing the sum of thousand dollars, besides aiding the DrainatiH New York ahd'Biiston for the benefit of t ' ? *? • <r ;, j cell, ;s '(Gfeii. i'.-.e commissions for her artist friends abroad, lbi#ea gff'eied her numerous 'ncqukihtarices in t!l0 rei *c different cities and watering places—winding 10 * Ult up her benign siijourn by rotating the/)de al j a!, > -F.'jn^jat thuif Utg.beperft. She has jirocujred _____r;/.^ 1.. ___«:,4- t\' _____^ i.......i the inauguration ceremonies for tlie new organ iu her wgtive -city.—an appropriate finale to her efficient, genial patriotic. visit, She car-, ries with her to the old world the nest wishes abd Warmest regards of ebuiitless friends, and the fervent blessings of those her labors have relicve*l4n khi mv ■ .1 mmnt n«t StoniEvall Jackson s Admission ' into Heaven.— i was nmeii amused 'at the rehel prisoners' account of. Stonewall Jackson's im [mission into heaven. They were strong ad s' envy, misery daughters a with vfrr .The the mirers of Geueral Jackson, and especially 1 the gre^t success of his flank mpveffieRts. Ths day after his death,' said they, "iwo awgeU came do#r> from heaven to carry Gen. Jackson- back with them. Tiler searc..ed ail through the camp .hut.could .not, find him. they went to tfie prayer meeting, to the hos pital arid to every other place they 'thought themselves likely to find him, but in vain KifiaMr. thev were forced to return without fiwp. Whjit^s their sauprise. to find, that he jia.d just executed a iiyiiliant flank l ffiove mer.t. and got info Imaven' before them."— ^CoTT&itenefebee Boston Rd^-nier. • *' — '■ • t Many people drop a tear at distress who would do better to drop a sixpence. about men. l'I compositors —-Jamea ningham meat foreman; men man, others mnrhiirqg mimudr pre ss presses. An head ed-*!;WhiR Upon and .ill has rasrsHKiwr Boise Neius 3ob ©ffiCi B OOK.CADD, AND JOB PRINTING OFF1C —East Hi it Bannock City. The proprietors beg leave to announce to tl people of Bannock City and vicinity. that the have a varied and complete assortmentof PLAIf and ORNAMENTAL JOB AND CARD TYPES which make the it facilities for executing all kind of plain and ornamental printing unsurpassed 1 any office in the upper country. All orders f jobs will be executed with neatness anddispatc 22F" Job Work must be paid for before it is 1 ken from the office. an and he the off', her to 0. a a A M-rvelloua Story. I was bred up in the dislike of the marve' is, or the stupidly wonderful, as ir.v unci called it. I must relate an anecdote in poin Some gentlemen were dining together ant relating their traveling adventures; one c them dealt so much on the marvelous tht it induced another to give him a lesson. "I was once," said he, "engaged in a skir m:siting party in America ; I advanced to far, was separated from my friends, and sa three Indians in pursuit of me; the horrot of the tomahawk in the hands of angry saa ages, took possession of my mind. I consit • red for a moment what was to be done most of us love life ; and mine was both pr< cions and useful to my family; 1 w< swift of foot* und fear added to my speed.— After looking back, for the country was a' open one, 1 at length perceived that one o mv enemies had outrun the others, and the well known saying of 'divide and conquer occurring to me, I slackened my speed am allowed him to come up ; we engaged in mu tual fury. I hope none here (bowing to his auditors) will doubt the result; in a few mr ments he lay a corpse at my feet. In thb short space of time the two Indians had ad vanced upon me, so I again took to my heels —not from cowardice, I can in truth declare —but with the hope of reaching a neighbor ing wood, where 1 knew dwelt a tribe friend ly to the English; this hope, however, I was forced to give up, for on locking hack, I saw one of my pursuers far before the other. 1 1 , . I "V, ' i reC(,vtrm K a!most ™ |tireain, and soon thus I.uban shared the j f 1 " le 1 °' ' ,atl now 0,,l >' one enem J' to 1 fcU a,ul bem S near lh "T. ,d ' 1 more d< ' 8,r,> " s t0 8aT ® m y j?T. n * Ue tlmn t0 ta ^ e , t . h * t anot ^f r m y ! crealure8 * 1 P !ain1 )* ™oke curh ^ T u P M 'ree«, 1 leduubled my M P e " d * 1 !>«»>•;« W heaven, I felt assured my :F r Ayers would hegranted-but at this mo ,,,ent the > e, l ot tlie 1,ldian 8 v01(,e sounde, l 'in my ears—I even thought I felt his warm breaih—there was no choice—I turned round-" Here the gentleman who had related the wonderful stories at first grew impatient past his endurance, and called out; "Well, sir, and you killed him also ?" 1 No, Sir, he killed me." said of the him laid god him cut r*> the to al a ; The Saints.on the Pacific Slope.—E l der G. P. Dykes, a missionary from the re organized Church of Latter Day Saints, under tiie Presidency of young Joseph Smith, the son of Joseph the martyr, so-caded. has ar rived in Sacramento city from Sait Luke,pnd proposes to hoJd forth soon in advocacy of iris-peculiar faith. The following are among the articles of belief, and to which Brigham Young and bis deluded inflow*rj are opposed : " We believe in God, the Eternal. Lathery and in his son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost, which heaieth record of'the Father and the Son—which Father, Son aud- lloly Ghost are one God, infinite and eternal, with out end. Amen. We believe in faith, re pentance and baptism bj immersion for the remission of sins; laud in the laying oft o' hands on all baptized persons for the gift of ihe Holy Ghost; in the resurrection of the dead anu eternal judgment; also, in thy sac-, rapjent of the Lora's Supper, the emblems ot he ffesh and blood of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Je.<us Christ. These we hold as the initiatory ordinances of the Church. We be lieve in the ordinance of the washing 0/ feet (John, chap, xin), and that all the memoirs of the Chuwffi frhtffiid add t p their fan ft vir-' tue, knowledge, tornperance, patience, godli ness. brotherly kindness and charily—-and that it is the gifts,and blessings of the ancient apostolic Church. We believe all men owe ubedit-hce and allegiance to the laws of the country in whicW tfiey live, and .that rebellion is worse than the sin of witchcraft, wfikij m olden times was punishahlg with death. We j lieliev ' that polygamy originated in fhe fami I lv of old Cain, who introduced into our world ? *? rdee t ' That Lanv j cell, who was niuised a . double murderer '(Gfeii. tv., 19, 2'i), an;! tlie sixth,'in'a direct i'.-.e from CSih, - Was the first oolvgamist- on lbi#ea 5 h * aitd lhlU r .. the ^trine us only a rei *c oi baroarism. Ihe docirine.onginaLj^ 10 * Ult "ccu.st-d n>ip.>-V cap not non produce,, a!, > -huig among thb;fe who practice it but envy, strife-, jealousy, disi-oi-d, cbr.tention, misery ai-d death and that ruaqy of the fair daughters .of Eve have Mink through it into a premature grave, havingtlieir hearts pierced with -deep- sorrow." vfrr • -------*-j--- .The Government P^intinjb. : .Oe5ije,— -At the Governmbiit. Printing Office there are about 5C0 names' orf the pay-ro!F, including men. wTmtn and children, 'lhere me IHE compositors in the Cougressiofia! department —-Jamea English foivmap, and John IX. Cun ningham assistant. In the Executive depart-" meat there are 30 compositors—Lrahzoni foreman; In tiie bindery room there are 60 men and 61) women—George P. Goff lore man, and J. II a rye y Roberts assistant. The others are employed in the drying, wetting? mnrhiirqg and job-room*. A considerable mimudr of y mng wdnrnn are employed in the pre ss rooms td feed the white-sheets to the' presses. .mr- -.j An Of.D J?)KE.—A gentldiMn, popfin^E head through a laflor'b slrbp window, ox: lain ed-*!;WhiR p'c^»ck is it by your lapboard ! Upon which the tailor lifted up his lupiioa and struch him a blow on the head, answerii .ill has just Struck one !"