|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
privileged class of creditors, will re .stM aimed at their nibble coil upon the advocates and promoters "'"--irom obscurity, bu' exclusive or an that of legislation PuMiglid eTry "WKDSTESDAY ami SACCRDAT, they fall harmlessly now at his'feet-Theby ths OttBits PoBUsauo Corns. is not broad in its intent, and na pieie many a heart now rent tional in its purposes. with liarles IV. Penrose, Editor. agonj, bx within the gloomy-wallto its use as a In the mean time, the country will wheiW h BMBiurerf,he is imawait with some anxiety the revela pervious 'to U shafts o$ their crtiei the postal service. and individual enterprise have con- - We wish it complete success and will tions that cannot be withheld con malice. For d OUDEX. UTAH. 9f manhood to o: columns nefarious the let us in structed these lines. our assist are the that tfocerning operations hope They cheerfully catee? of Win!.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1873 the rotten institution which has been M. Tweed will clbs witftoat adding property of companies whose means give it publicity. have been invested in the promotion the primary cause of the disorganized another png to bleeding hurts.- " OX WARD MAItCII Of WHAT IS EXPECTED. and unsettled state of finance and of the country's greatness, and are IMPERIALISM. Ogden ailncs, business. among the most powerful concomi Already a degree "f unusual sen Had a President of the United tants of its prosperity. The nation sitiveness is exhibited 0dem City, Dec. 6, I87& by leading A COMPANY TO States a quarter of a century since, has no rijrht to assume to itself the members TAKEN of Congress on the subject lkiog Bomewlitt interested in our t.: ?i ir TASK. ventured to recommend that the p.erogauve useu oi appropriating to n.g enterprises. I thought it wuU the secret invcstiatin causes, be amiss to inform your numeroua Government should absorb interests tneocnents ot tiieir industry, or to thafc , d to th read The exacting disposition of insur ers and the public at stupendous faiiure8 i i large in regard t ir .i that of right belong only to private exercise any control m tneir auairs. which havc been daily announcea ia ance companies is proverbial. It is this matter. It is well koown that about tvo and one irom Aside the tbis institutious, enterprises private objection, years the coimnerc;aI worid. Startling nothing more than judicious and pru ago, there wa a great excitement colie would have invoked the censure paramount to all other considerations deveiopnjents wai surely be made dent that they should exercise the ncerning tin ore and different ,!,. it amounted to and condemnation of the entire na- is tne immense power which h win liuu. d the greatest circumspection. But in 'heir minerals,Itbut A week hag nQt t e is te. be hoped that?ery asywt. the time-ition. a to add that Government mevitauiy not far distaot when those miues will convenin? of Congress, yet several greed or desire to secure large divi V ith all be developed. 1 have always had Under the administration of Pres- is already too strong. the centicmen have displayed unwonted dends, they often transgress the gold faith in the mountains east of this good ident Pierce, strenuous efforts were post omces m tins country under us pace for restiessnesSj that augurs badly en rule of fairness and justice. In and have been prospecting, myselff with' made to induce the Government to control, all the telegraph companies Mr. Jenkins, for the last t ton.. thejf disintercstedness in advancing dallying with the interests of their in theJos. Fall and Wiuter, ami have never nato a its under besides the give encouragement great subjection, n c patrons and in their too frequent re felt to give it up. f tional measure, then agitated in comof its On the ah of November laut, three nf obeying egions A few days ago Jay Cooke & Co., sort to teohnicalities for the purpose us went ou a prwmectiue extaditinn mercial circles. A eompany was mandates, any administration in were adjudged bankrupts by order of of delaying the holders of policies in discovered a vein cropping Pluough a lime roclt formation. We comnecedii organized for the purpose of cutting a power would exercise an authority the United States District Court. those institutions, they injure their pick in lively style, and I cun canal through the Isthmus of Te- - sis indisputable as that of an autocrat, It was proven that they had made credit and invit3 criticism as to their we were well pleased with our assure, prospects. hauntcpec; the most feasible and supported by his well disciplined We are experienced miners in this qualThey permit assignments of real estate and per probity or reliability. ity of ore, having worked in the mo practicable water route to the Pacific. armies. ann.il nrnnnrfTr in dlflpront. States, and themselves unnecessarily to be forced kind in Little Cottonwood and several The advantages which would have The next step in the march of L, other minin: We sunk twelve who was into seek admitted camps. to this that : litigation by parties J thev frankly feet on the vain oad struck a large deaccrued from tlw construction of that centralization and in the progress of done to prevent attachments. Judg redress their grievances before the posit of galena oit, a sample of which is canal, are incalculable. The Presi usurpation, no doubt, will be the ments to a large amount had been legal tribunal of the country, and as in your office We then went down the dent was not iasenstble to the im- assumption of all right and control hill a little distance and made a funneL obtained against them in New York an inevitable result confidence in their twenty. five feet imto the ore. The vein mense benefits which would enure to over the seventy thiusand miles of 16 at least five feet wide, how much more and elsewhere, and two executions integrity is destroyed. . the country at large by carrying into railroad which ramify the remotest we are not able lo say at preseut. W& have been issued against them. In a widow commenced an shall work as much Kecently as we possibly can execution a project which would corners of the country. The ruler of Judge stated that the creditors of action to recover $5,000 from an in this winter, and irhen spring opens up. place us iu direct communication this country would then be as much that firm had been or irom the said win commendably for- surance company before the Supreme mine.te irauy to&uip with the Pacific, and open direct in- a mon.rch as the most absolute sov bearing, and that the assignments Court of New York, on a policy is Trusting that our prospectors will tercourse with Asia. He refused, ereign who wields a sceptre. take courage, in serious were open to sued to herself and huslnd insuring objection I remain, your respectfully, however, to give Im official endorseview of the provisions of the Bank the life of each for twenty years, the 0. D. Bowsx. ment to the measure, or te entertain S. P. The witnesses of the claims. sections sum named to be paid to the survi UTAH AXD It DSN. rupt law. .Under one of the overtures made to urge upon him the are. John Turner, Joseph Jenkins and of that law, it became incumbent vor in case one died. The husband 0. D. Bowen ; and the name of the miner The Washington agents of the expediency of lending it aid and suc0. D. B. them to appoint a committee died, and due notice was given, but the MLucky toy." cor. Not that he did not warmly Salt Lake "ring" have commenced upon of their creditors to administer their the money was not paid to the widow favor the measure, but because any their Congressional A Dcs Moines pill peddler was plotting at an nsr.,ir,f An ATtmnrninnrv nelav haa who maintained that she ha1 fulfilled official in his down date. in Marion county a day or two On given encouragement early Wednesday a bill occurred, and Cooke & Co., have all the cenditions of the policy. The yet since, and while there was inforuud capacity, weuld be in contravention was introduced mto the Senate to ncver compiicd with the provisioB9 company alleged that they had not by his hostess that a skunk had taken to the sacred obligations rosting upon ''Aid in the execution of the laws in of that Act, but surreptitiously con- - sufficient poof of the identity of the up its- quarters in a hole iu the wall Lira as Chief Magistrate. The pow- Utah. It is said to contain the chief i ,i t iinoii an Ap widow, or that her husband was really of her cellar. There it stood a sen ers of this Government are circum- points of the Frclinghuysen bill with of some of the creditors a dead. The jury thought that the com tinel, and approach to it was too perscribed by constitutional limitations. all the amendments. It is impossible plication ilous to be attempted. Science, howof bankruptcy pany was trying to evade tho spirit adjudication regular ever, prevailed. The doctor emptied It has no right to descend to the level at this time to determine what course i j .i uuui a was piuccuucu law and rendered the a of receiver a bottle of chloroform on a broom, wuii, judgment of a common speculator, or establish will be pursued in relation the bill, held the broom under the skunk' for tho amount with interest. The an unfair competition with private in- but the people of Utah as heretofore appointed. Senator Morton, who is known to company would have shown more nose, the skunk weut to sleep, was dustry. It is beyond its province to will calmly abide the issue while their and executed. be a confidential adviser and a politi- discretion had they acted honestly and captured which d are not enemies and privileges usurp unprincipled worry per to it by constitutional provis- plex themselves over hope deferred cal friend of the firm, determined to fairly. ions in which its duties are defined. and anxiety prolonged. If Cougress anticipate tho deliberate action of his Such was the established policy of really wants to aid in the execution colleagues by presenting an amend- - COWARDLY AND CRUEL. this Government. of the laws in Utah, both houses DlcQt or a 8UPPntary act to tho There is something ineffably dis contains its It bankruPtAct. among has been should march the ccn of recommend the removal from ltapid gusting in the cruel thrusts at the section. Pr0Vlsl0n3 facto post office tralization. late those the down-falle- n of of pestilent During years chieftain who, in the days ot .or tnis amendment national Government has allied itsel Government appointment who alone1 oojeet of his power received the adulation with powerful corporations, loaned its havc obstructed the laws, prevented 8tratagcm rather' 13 t0 Preclude the of the very men, who now dead to such d.sclos credit, and lavished its treasure with the administration of Justice and at. P0SS1Dlllty 01 permitting every feeling of humanity, are in i i i unstinted prodigality iu fostering tempted to mWe a traenU, nnrl ures as wouia mevitaoiy expose to the dulging in taunts and abortive at i .i I.. suDtie tiie gaze, and wasted the nation's patri them, people into anarchy and puDiic tempts of wit, at his expense. The which schemes the and through in op endowing institutions, and ruin. Let them work and scheme. mony misfortunes of Tweed show the worst of famous erations the who bankers, that owe their 'Man proposes, but God disposes." enriching favorites, side of those men to whom pity is time were at the the to its fiduciary care. greatness paternal jame uukuown. Justly Wm. Tweed has the U. S. Treasury Depart of agents broken bar the Having been punished. through His crimes have H Pcnnn run 4 n Ir o ftiMO Bit' wore rondnfltad. CnnlcA Xr Pn ment ASSOCIA. tero according to directions, and reiual riers interposed by the Constitution to 1 XAUIKillLK 1 1kv i met with the execration Ion unwei, provided their bones are not have now been declared bankrupts, fcy mineral poison or other means, prevcut federal encroachment upon of his countrymen. His flagrant de- destroyed and the vital onrars wasted bevond tuffIHs not generally known that a and th0 settlement of their estate point of repair. popular right in affiliating itself with linquencies have invoked the severest . Dyspepsia or Indigcvtion, st be made in accordance with the Pain in the aiionlrteis. Coii2iis, Ticht- those huge monopolies,the two Pacific very laudable society exists in this nesa of the Ctiest, Dizziness, Sour Eructay penalty known to the law. tions Of the Stoma.;ti. Hurt Taste ill theroads on the plea of public necessity, city under the title of tho Youiv requirements of the law now in he wears a convict's garb, the associ Mouth. Brlious Attacks, PalpitaUon of the Pain 1ft Heart. Innanimatiou of the it now advances with rapid strides to Men's Literary Association. The ob- - vogue.. This necessitates their mak- - ate of branded with infamy. tho rcpion of the Kklncys, Lungs, felons, and a hundred other painful symptoms, ere the oflspring tii uusoiuusuj iiiui. is menacing to t lie ject of the organization is to provide ino an exhibit of their affairs, and no But now that he has drained the last of Dyspepsia.. In these complaints it na no equal, and ono Ixrttlo will prove a better stability of free institutions.'-- We our young men with intellectual re-- evasion or concealmeut is admissible, drop in the chalice of bitterness, is it tfuarantee of Its merits than a lengthy adhave in a previous article briefly re creatiou and induce them to spend But Mr. Morton's law is intended to . vertisement. In younp generous, manly or bravo to add an For Female Complain, and be to cover up ferred to the suggestion of establish- their leisure time profitably as well as retrospective, or old, married or Kindle, at tho dawn of other pang to a heart already over womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonlff ing a postal bunking system, in antic- agreeably. To give tone and impor- - their delinquencies by a specious ar- - whelmed with display so decided an induence that Are there not aBitters grief? marked improvement is soon perceptible. tiucc ipation of the recommendatiou of the tauco to the movement, arrangements For Inflammatory and Chronic aching hearts among those who have Rheumatism and Gout,. Dyspepsia or ' have been leemade for a scries of President on that subject. A new bankrupt law is demanded. been bereft Wo Remittent and InterBlliou.1, Indigestion, of a father and protector? mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, maintained that the proposition was tures through the present winter, and The exigencies of tho times induced Kidneys and Bladder, these Bittors have Are there not tears bedewlug cheeks been most sncccs.srnl. ' Sui h Diseases are in tho best the. talent with will the disordered be by the condition of fihan as incompatible principles upon caused country by Vitiated Blood, which is produce furtive glances arc tast at a vacant by deraiijrement of the Digwtive Orpans. which the llcpublic was founded. It obtained, so far as possible, that at cos and the prostration of business TetFor Skin Diseases, Eruption, scat by the desolate hearth, where Pimples, KUeum, Blotches, ter, Spots, titt was a dangerous precedent that would least one evening in each week will suggest the absolute necessity of "iv- but lately the smiles of unalloyed Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, lten. lead to a formidable competition with be made interesting to investigating ing relief and assistance to our com- Scurfs, Discoloration of the Skin, Humor happiuess cast a radiant glow ? Diseases of the Skin, of whatever narae merce and everv branch of industrv Tho Govern-m:n- t, mind.s. private enterprise. or nature are literally dus? up and carneu The sycophants who once fawned use out of the system in a short time by thecase ut tho measure must le sweepin at the it was maintained, should be We hope the efforts of this associ- One bottle in such feet of tho doomed convict, of these Bitters. most incredulous ex tacir will convince the isolated from fields in which individ- ation will to appreciated by the citi- - an(i undiscriminating in its character with the cowardice that belongs to curative effects. ual interests should havo full 11. If, JcDONALI & CO tolerated,iuid small play zens of Ogden and particularly by the Favoritism will not souls, are not appeased in their Drujrffists Gen. Ajrts., San Francisco CaU and exclusive control. Sts., young men for whose special benefit auy attempt to show preference to a hypocritical wrath. Their darts are A cor. Washington and Charlton SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & the society has been formed. The lectures should be well attended, the young men of the city should enrol their names on the list of members of the association, and all who desire branch of the welfare of the community should Private capital aid and encourage the enterprise, A most mischievous suggestion is mvf made in,' the President's Message, being no less than the seizure of the telegraph lines by the national Government, and their conversion u pX' "ra s k ' i .f office-holde- rs , ' com; - ... dele-gate- a mn-so- I . law-abidin- g 1 . i.ii. -- r well-deserv- ed nuau-ach- e. To-da- - " ' . s, Ring-worm- Scald-Moa- S.