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J CORINNE r MAIL. DAILY fii r every esening (except Fundaj by Publish wO O KK tOOKK. .. w. do,atraicaklerxti3,l3 ktaI : Clll year, by mail or express ;.ix months One S 10 00 ' 00 eIvereJ by carrier at 23 tORIWE, ITAII, TUlItS DAY. HAY 20. Y0L. 2. MISCELLANEOUS. CORINNE LODGE NO. 5, & A F M. A TELEGRAPHIC Attornoyat-Luw- UTAH. --- --- Special attontlon given to collections, J. JOHNSON, P. E. Mondays of each month. Sojourning breth ren in good standing are cordially invited to G. GOLDBERG, W. M. attend- Special Dispatches to the Mail. - eepi-t- f W. McNcrr, Secretary. o. I- - f aep!7-t- EASTERN. F. O. CORINNE LODGE. No. 4. meet very Ertday night at S oclock, in jMasonic Hall, .Montana Ftreet, Cormne, Utah. Odd Fellows m good standing are cordially inv ited to attend. S. L. TI URALS, N. U. '",',' J. UTAH. COUINNE W. R. STOVER, LANDON-hale- A, . F.el Kiablei. Corner Fifth and Fiont Sts., UTAH. CORINNE eepltf Denver Feed and Sale Stable. GliAlN FOR SALE. IIAY AND FURCUSON North Front AT THE CITY IIALL,1 Corinne. Street, Janl.'L BRO., fc OrtlnerH BEE II MILWAUKEE -- Livery anil Paper Hanger Lo uiK seplvtf HARDENBROOK & Kiflh. Dr. Graham, Corinno, Utah, seltf IIALL, Salt Lake City, Richard Hall, is the plaeo for tho beer in the city. Call and try its quality. To LEONARD be-- t ELIEL, Wholesale and retail dealer in Boots and Shoes, FURNISHING' GENTS GOODS AND CORINNE. St-- . sepl2-t- f CAGGIE, .T. OFFICE . YVlth Johxsov, Secretary. A. perAll operation pertaining to dentlv formed in the most skllliul manner, at roas n- UMi-- k A. Painter DENTIST. HATS. Chicago Custom House. H3TIU. Chicago, May 20.- A Washington special says Secretary Bristow yesterday had a conference with Supervising Architect Potter relative to the Chicago Custom House. Both agreed that a commission should be specially appointed. ' The members will probably be fixed at five. - AND SIGN HOUSE. PERFECTED MY ARRANGE-m-e ts with some of the largest houe A VINO ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. Front St., tear Fifth, Corlnne, Utah. IN GRAINING ALL STYLES in New York to pay the and Boston, I am prepared Chicago, May 20. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, widow of the late President, was ,ve?terday adjudged insane by a juryT in the County Court, and this morning was removed to a private asylum at Batavia, 111. The inquiry was made on petition of her son, Robert T. Lincoln. The evidence of a number of pbysicans, the proprietor and several employees of the Grand Pacific Hotel where she has been staying since her return from Plorida, and of lierson and numerous friends, all showed she was undoubtedly insane. Her insanity has been of a mild type, but after the trial she became violent and was obliged to he placed under restraint. It 1ms been known by Mrs. Lincolns family and friend for several years past, that her mind was unsettled to a degree which full v warranted her being called inane, hut a natural reluctance to take any steps which would mako the fact known to the public has heretofore inlluenced them against restraining her in any way of her liberty, or putting her under medical treatment for her mind. Recently, however, her condition has been so much- worse that it became absolutely necpssary.tlmt something should be dene for the unfortunate lady. Schooner Disabled Escape of HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR OLAZIKll AND I AT El'. IIANGER. AND Sharkey. HIDES, FURS HAVANA PELTS AND unl-t- . I f LOTTERY OF LUBA. SATIS-FACTIO- Conducted by tho Spanish Government, and under the supervision of the Captain Genet ai of Cuba. GUUtANTLED. ST. LOUIS BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOM S, Montana St., bet. Ffth Sixth, and orlniie, Ulnli. IT. W. I SPENCER, PROPRIETOR. Hot) fold and Perfumed Baths. Bath com elegantly furnished. SUPERIOR TOILET GOODS. Ladies Hair Dressing and Rath department under the superintendence of Mrs. Spencer, I tf se OVERLAN PHIL. D SHOPS, o KLIPPLE, Prop eneral Blacksmithing, Wagon Making and. Shoeing. THESE DRAWINGS ARE NEVER POSTPONED NOR THE PRIZES REDUCED. Draniog. every Mexican Raiders. New Orleans, May 20. A Brownsville special says Mexican cavalry has REGULAR DRAWING counts of 3200 been stationed at various points between Ticket, with 812 Pri.es, distributing Carmago and Matamoras. EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING, with Captain McNally, who is stationed Tickets, distributing $1,200,0UU in with his company at Edinburgh, has Prizes. information of tho crossing of three For ticket, Circulars, etc., addre3 (box 692), droves of stolen cattle within the last FRI'jD S1S0,-00- 0. 16,-0- 00 corker, week. SALT LAKE CITY. KOSSMAN Ac COLE, Corinne XT octl-Vt- l t nli. DoVOL & JOHNSON, JEWELERS AND GUNSMITHS, Have constantly on hand a large assortment of CNS, PISTOLS AND Montana St., bet. 4th and 5th, THE CHOICEST WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND. AND FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY Tho cosiest saloon in the city neltf Beardsley house, - (Formerly the J unction House) OGDEN JUNCTION First-clas- - - UTAH. s accommodations for jATTSFACTION WARRANTED IN RE-- . ' Clocks an New York, May 20. fepulers pottery works at Trenton, New Jersey, burned to day. Loft, $20,000. Tyrono, Pa., May 20. A large fire is raging at Osceola. The telegraph office is burnej.riind communication severed. Firo engines have been sent from this place. TRANSIENT AND HOME CUSTOM. A Swindler Absconded. Boston, May 20. The Evening Journal states that ono of the most criminal lawyers of that city and former President of a safe manufacturing company disappeared from the city lat Friday, and that an investigation of hi3 affairs since, developes the most astounding dishonesty on hi pari, involving heavy loss to many persons for whose funds he acted as custodian. The Journal says, without giving tho name of the party, that he has been noted as a conservative, steady going man, whose counsel was sought by investors and who as guardian of trust property, stood second to n one in the confidence of the com- munity. Newspaper Consolidation. east of Bank of Corinne. CORINNE UTAH. epl-t- f Globe-Democr- Union Bakery Re-open- ed. EREAD, jSXeat INXarkot. PIES, WINES, LIQUORS, SAUSAGE, CRACKERS, CHEESE. Proo Lunch. SIS j QEORGE HANF, Proprietor. i at , i rdm fcy ED & eo. co loro, FIFTH STREST, OGDEN. UTAH. CORINNE, Keep on hand and fbr sale at New York prloet the largest stock of SHEET MUSIC, BOOK AND AllO MAGRATHS MUSICAL UEROHAN DISH Proprietm, TOIINEL, la Utah, . such a Pianos, Organa, Accordeons, Conoarti-na- s, D Basse, Voelios, A FIRST CLASS Guitars, Banjos, Violinr, Flutes, Fifes, Pioolos, Clarionets, Drum Sticks, Drum Heads, i IltiliSL BOARDING Episcopal Convention. And repairs or extras for all and any kind of instrument. Our stock of STRINGS is very large, and we aro confident that we oao suit the publu with any kind of a String from a Violin to Double Bads, BAND BOOKS, COR I IV IV 1C. - - SCORE BOOKS, BLANK PAPER OF ALL SIZES. oa Anything mailable forwarded post-pai- d receipt of price. Send for prices. A. W. BROWN & CO. NEWARK Land Company, s Montana Street, San Francisco Bay, Alameda Co., Oal. Title Perfect. Incorporated. UTAH Bank of France. The NEWARK LAND COMPANY is new in shape; tho Guarantee Fund paid In. Ibis Paris, May 20. Specie in the Bank of M. E. company will be prepared in May to take CAMPBELL, Proprietor. parties by steamboat and railroad to their France increased 16,000,000 francs the town and lands. By reference to the f'oast Survey c hart it will be seen that at Potrnro past week. Point, In front of Newark, tho deep water comes all tho way through the channel from the Pacific, with the P. K. R. running in a Bank of England. TABLE AND SPRING BEDS direct lino through Livermore Pass, making S London, May 19. The bullion gone this tho connecting point between all parts of the United States and, by deep water, to into the Bank of England ay on all parts of the globe, and the greatest manubalance is 117,000. facturing point on the Bay of San Francisco-ple- nty of water, good climate, excellent soil and eay communication. Purchasers getting can ralso largo crops by Board and Lodging fit to 2.50 nossesfon as late as July 15th. This Company planting comwill Centennial Commissioners. per cay. mence active operation in building soon. For Paris, May 20. Two Commissioners all information, circulars, maps, and subscription. apply at tho oilice of tho Company, 405K to represent France at tho Philadelphia California street, basement, opposite Bank or California, San Francisco. Thit lad unit 6s Centennial, one to reside in the United told at auction May 22. 1873, by II. M. JVewkaU & to Bus Free from and the Cars. BagStates and one in France, will be apCo., in acres ami lots to the higheit bidder. Terms gage Transferred with Care and sale. Credit to largo buyers. Possessions at pointed. without Charge. will be given bvtho 1st of June, or sooner if the crops are off. Steamer M. S. Latham leaves the foot f Brannan street, opposite tho Pacifie Mall AYEKAGC KAINKALL. Steamship Wharf, San Francisco, Sundays, The attention of tho traveling .public is speMondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 8:rw Ackworth, Iowa April 26, 1875. to as nvited this oclock, has 11, House, it arriving at Newark 11 to half-pacially lately 1. Whftjt is the average rain fall in each changed hands and is now in to the tide, giving from lour to five charge of one according on the ground. Returning, leave Newtho mo't popular and experienced hotel hours of the States and Territories of the of 3 oclock, arriving at San ark at half-pamen in Utah. Francisco at balf-psix p, m. The best of United States? 2. Where is the greatest Resturants on the.steamers on the New York for of Montana all and Ida Stages part rain fall in the world, and how many le&vo tho plan; pay only for what you get; Breakfast, 5(1 Metropolitan daily at 6:30 a. m; Dinner 75 cents. Faro for round trip cent, counis warmest inches? 3. Where the seventy-fiv- e cents. Stages connect with boat, to Niles, Conterville, Washington try in the world, and what its mean A Billiard Saloon in connection with the running Corners, Varm springs, and San Jose. Wha-- e is tho coldest and its House, NKST-CLAS- to-d- st st at tem-peratur- e? 4. What makes the old moon some times show so plainly in E. S. tho arms of the new? Answer, 1. The average ann.ual rain fall in the several States for a long period, some twentyfive years in most of them, i in inches and hundredths as fol- lows; Indiana, 43.32; Michigan, 30.05; Ohio, 42.70; Kentucky, 48. 58; Tennessee, 46.63; Arkansas, 40.36; Texas, 31.10; 53.55; Louisiana. 51 05; Mississippi, 53 63; 66.41; Florida, Georgia, Alabama, 48.32; South Carolina, 43.63; Nortn Carolina, 43.40; West Virginia, 32.66; Virginia, 47.04; Maryland, 41.10; Del44.05; aware, 29.21; Pennsylvania, New Jersey, 44.85; New York, 43 52; Connecticut, 44.43; Rhode Island, 41.54; Massachusetts, 41.42; Vermont, 34.15; Oregon, 21.34; California, 19.56; Nevada, 5 67; Idaho; 17.; Utah, 23.S5; Arizona, 14.21; New Mexico, 1.66; Colorado, 6.91 ; Montana, 13.13; Dakota, 16 51; Nebraska, 25.25; Kansas, 31.74; Indian Territory 36.37; Missouri, 42. IS; Iowa 46 24; Minnesota, 25.82; Wisconsin, 30.40; Illinois, 40.01. 2. We i in Newthink the largest rain-fa- ll as to not statistics but have foundland, of warmest The 3. portion the quantity. ten and between in is Senegambia, globe SeneAt latitude. north eleven degrees stands at thermometer frequently gal the temis the and it average probable 130, perature is about 90. The lowest temperature is of course at the poles. 4J It is owing to the clearness of the atmosInter Ocean. phere. We hoof along over it without even a thought of its value. Yet even a bushel of elcam, white and iir a barrel of sugar Marshall Messenger. will net $8. St. Louis, May 20. The consolidation of the Globe and Democrat in this city is completed to tho satisfaction of all M. H. BEARDSLEY. ser7-tparties concerned ancFthe first number of the will be issued from the oid Democrat office this mornUTAH The new ournal will appear in cZh ing. folio form for about two weeks or until certain arrangements are completed, when it will be issued a seven column They were married last fall and they quarto, one column larger than the old hadnt hadone cross word or a sour look ' Globe. when, the other night, he moved the A Girl Outraged by Her Father. cook stove into tho shanty and called her 11 wars on the bet beef, veal, mutton 20. A --shocking affair to hold the pipe up while be gently Chicago, May A and pork;hand, the tke best corned meats, and the together. She smiled occurred Tuesday in Cass county, Iowa. knockedas shejoints best sausages of all kinds. replied: VYet, roy dear;, sweetly Daniel OConner, a wealthy farmer but five minutes hadat passed before be to ravish his daughter, aged yelled out: Cash paid for all kinds of hides. Meats de- attempted Dura it! I thought you knew someand threatened her with death if she y 13, livered any place free of charge. teld of the crime. She went to her thing! And she threw two joints of pipe at and told him and however, uncles, the him and replied? I am thankful for the patronage of the publ- officers went to arrest her father. Hear I want you to understand that we icthem be De shot and killed ing coming are as strangers from this hour! himaelf. Press. noI9 LEVI SANDERS. trojt Free f ' i LTuoic New York, May 20. The principal feature of the session of the Long Island Diocese Episcopal in Convention, table is supplied with the bet the market Brooklyn yesterday, was the report of The affords, and prepared in the finest style. the Committee on Christian education, read by the Rev. Stafford Browne. The report urges tho establishment of a sysf Episcopal schools, in which tem church children may obtain religious RATES--S- 1 PER DAY; $5 PER WEEK is which not in the cultuie, possible public schools of the State. The report uses strong language denunciatory of public schools and urgos popular Special contracts for boarding boys. schools. A Christian resolution is appended urging the establishment of METROPOLITAN HOTEL. numerous diocesian institutions of acknowledged excellence. FOREIGN. ' a. y. Daonri Front Street, beC Fourth and Fifth, CHARLES R. PETERS, seltf mean temperature? Detroit, May 20. By the capsizing of the yacht Cora this forenoon while crossing the Detroit River, P- C. Barker and three others, the names of whom are yet unknown, were drowned. Only Mr. Barkers body has been recovered. -- One door llin-gol- d - UTAH. CORINNE, AMMUNITION. pairing Guns, Watches, elry. Stocking a sjecialty. Depredations are reported from to Ft. Brown. Drowned. Carriajo Repairing Painting and Trimming Buggies and Sleighs made to order (Opposite R. R. Depot,) New York, May 20. The steamship Crescent City, from Havre, picked up t sea the disabled schoonei Carrie Bell, from Savannah, and towed her into Charleston yestprday. The steamer was short of coal and while taking in a fre?h supply, Sharkey the murderer, who escaped from the Toombs and who wa being brought back in charge of a detective, made his escape. 17 dnyN. Va.-on- XORTII FRONT STREET, - wrfWwehMsnfiwi HOUSE. VIRGINIA - II. II. NIILPIILUO, ctaj cslc Css&vC paU Is mail. Work ready wka prooisvi. Fire Record. Mrs. Lincoln Insane. - Vt tornoyiitLaAVj - VA"?' ar Prompt rttutlw HO. CO. 1035. t ; ' cents per week. hyndman, , .- , i J" ' ZLZSth BUSINESS CARDS WILIAM r Ets - IW One Month COKI'NNC 3, 00 months... Xbreo IS "f 1 IwtrCtfiJ afertelsn 03 S. S. TEBil i t Z i In connection wt JOHNSON. JoathO.S. & 4 , I ' ) mjjr5-l- CENTRAL HOTEL, Manager. m Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. (Montana Stage House) CORINNE UTAH. J. MONTGOMERY, Propr. THU ONLY FIUST-CI.AS- S IN TIIE CITY. TERMS HOTEL THREE DOLLARS PER DAY. THE Partnership heretofore existing under A A the name of Montgomery Kingsbury, in Corinne City, Utah, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, John Montgomery retiring Rom said partnership. The business will be continued by and under tho name of (Stephen M. Kingsbury,, who assumes all liabilities and is authorised to collect all indebtedness of and to said partnerJOHN MONTGOMERY, ship. S. M. KINGSBURY. Corinne, Utah, May 10, 1875. ETC. DRUGS J. W. McNUTT, NEW BRICK BUILDING, LARGE. PLEASANT AND WELL FURNISHED B OMS, taPRING BEDS GOOD AMO WHOLESALE EE ICTAIL DEALER IN ALL THE SLEEPING ROOMS. The Table will be at all times supplied with the best, and the comfort of guests attended to. tiTAGES TO AND FROM HELENA. DEER Denton, Baseman, Virginia, odg. Fen in Montana, leave every and all at 7 .00, morning polute and arrive every evening. PURE DRUG AND CHCniCALO PAINTS OILS, GLASSY FREE COACH TO AGO epl-t- f liELTOl? MOtl WINDOW VARNISHES, r FIRS TOILET SOAPS. CARS. SPONGES, BRUSHES, IMPORTED). . nousc, PERFUMERY AND FANCY , 4 4 J GOODS. . WALL Holton, Utah. PAPER, . STATIONERY, FIOTtrSS t P J Tax Oslt FiasrrCLASg Hoxl W th Placs v PVKT3. TfZZXX f OWENS St CO OUTER?, Prcp. . . . ? ' Em The boose has been reitted sitwClLcr-nlsbe- dThe table Is supplied wiih the bssfi Casithe market aSords. Stag ng for alprincipal ralnU ia lAX0-,v .c v4 " t h ' j . - .