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I 0 ) a CORIIIflE ,ttbUht MAIL-PRINTIN- II. I .i 00 3 00 ; Oi OGDEN. necial attention given to collections. Fem-t- f JOHNSON, torney-iitLa- v , UTAH. CORINNK II. McCUTClIEN, or WASHINGTON, D. C. Attorn cry No. - at-L- w, a Main StM door north of lostotlice, Salt Lake City. 21 SUIT. TO MININO SPECIAL ATTENTION HAROEN3ROOK A. LANDON-Bale- ritou OUR OGUF.Jf REPORTER. j THE LUMBER TRADE In Ogden is oner of Iho thriving businesses in this city. aVo have three quite extensive lumber yards. The one doing the largest business however is that owned by Messrs. Williams & Co., the firm consisting of Joshua Williams and the Truckee Lumber Co. Their average monthly receipts amount to $10,000. They deal largely also in paints and glass, besides having almost a monopoly of the ash, door and window blind trade; and their custom extends as far as St. George on tho south, Helena on the north, Winnemucca vest, and Bitter Creek east. The other lumber yards Jhere do each about half the amount of business of Willinms & Co., but the three combined make a very satisfactory showing. One of the sights of Ogden is Judge II. Careys OLD CURIOSITY i SIIOF, uni. to t' W3I. IaOUIMKB. Shaving and Hair Crossing Saloon, NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS. A Mormon dignitaries seem to be greatly pressed at present to pay off the indebtedness of a certain corporation known and doing business throughout the Territory as the Tho z. c. m. Montana Street, SECOND DOOIl WEST OF MAIL OFFICE, TELEGRAPHIC. who went and extricated the little fiddler, and we have no doubt explained to him that that was not the way people went out of the world in the Territory of Utah. There was a very Located near the railroad depot. Here can be found the most curious collection Livery nml A Feed Stable. of Indian relics, trophic, skins of wild Corner Fifth and Front Sts., stuffed birds, and in fact everyanimals, UTAH. - . jOUINNH thing imaginable and unimaginable. The pepltf judge will show you the pipe Captain Jack smoked prior to parsing in hi? checks; nlo the ring Captain John Smith 110U5K. 'SION " ANDf ORNAMENTAL tomahawk gave to Pocahonta and that cooked said Smiths goose for him; PAINTER. and then, to vary the monotony, you can GLAZIER AND, PAPER IIANGER. examine specimens of the mineral wealth of Utah. In fact, any one coming, to Osrden without visiting the Judsre would Front St., reirFifth, Coriane, Utah. mis a good thing, besides failing to make the acquaintance of u very genial AND SATIS' GRAINING IN ALL STYLE FACTION GUVUVNTLKO. 'gentleman. We have discovered UTAH. ST. LOUIS B.H3E.t SHI? AND ATH bet.ROOMS and Montana I.fih St., Sixth, I., Given by the ladies of the congregation of tho Episcopal Church last evening. undetstand they are held monthl, and the ladies always make tho evening o made puss in a delightful manner. YVe r. SPENCER, PROPRIETOR. Hot, Told and Pcrfunud Baths Jiaili room elegantly furnished. SUPERIOR TOILET GOODS. Ladles Hair Dressing and Bath department under the superintendence of - - MISTAKE A In the name of tha body found with its head bown to pieces, an account of which we gave in our letter yesterday; it was not A. Hare, but A. Rabbit. ONE OF TIIK NUISANCES Of the fiuit seacon is that of the refuse that is thrown upon the sidewalks, making it highly essential for pedestrians to be careful of the way they go, as they are that from the specific gravity. apt the human race tend to fall. We regic-to say that we are speaking, or ruther writing, from sad and sore experience. Clip. to-lin- FUR3, The Burning Forests on the Line of the Sew Jersey Bailroad. t - - UTAH. sepl-t- f NEWMAN PQSNANSKf, M o r o li a n t Tailor. ahead with now buildings. A QUESTION 'WHICH AGITATES THE PUBLIC MIND, Is, how and in what manner was the r appropriation made for the completion r Has on hand a full stock of of the court house expended. These wo t know are very trivial matters to great FRENCH, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN minds, such ns our county officials, yet CASSIMEllliS, SILIC VELVETS we know numbers of the taxpayers of AND D1 AGON LAS. . S . T our county who would just like to know, Satisfaction warranted in all cases. you know. The little horde of Italian musicians (?) are - ON US Main Street, Orp. Metropolitan Hotel, tf - - CORINNE. AGAIN. We wonder what- - particular sin the people of Oden have committed, which is unattoned for, that weshould be vis- OSLY Propr." FIE3T-XAE- HOTEI. 3 Ilf TUB CITY. Encountered a Hurricano. PER supplied wl'h ' at nil times sad The TAltLR will .be GROCERIES, ' tkie BEST, 1 the cemfort sf guests Attended te. AND FROM HELENA, DERR STAGES TOFort Hentou, Bozeman, Yrguilt, Lodge. and all poiut ia Montana, leave vry morning at 6:3J, and arrive every evening. i FRE CAM. COACH TO AU0 FROM METROPOLITAN HOTEL. i i r Montnna Street, CORINNE, Wants a Hearing The Sailors United States CotnrnLsioner Davenport has published his answer to the charges made against him by tho counsel lor Tammany Hall, and asks for a prompt hearing in open court, and before the whole community. The Seamens Protective Association, longshoremen, riggers, and others in like employ, hud a street parade this morning, to protest against the extortion's ot captains, hoarding-houskeepers and shippers, and to demand a fair rate of wages. About 600 men were in line, all of whom coi.dticted themselves in a peaceable and orderly manner. L. Groceries, Produce and spread to Nutes shoe factory, destroying it. Nutes loss is $60,000; insurance $45,000. Two hundred hands are thrown out of employment. Charge. Montana Street, Corinne, The attention of the traveling pebllot specially nvitod to this House, a.i ft ha lately and is now in oharge ol one1 charged hand of the uio-i- t popular and experienced hotel (non in Utah. (Between Second and Third street .) Stage for alJ raris of Montana and Idaho leave tbo Metropolitan daily at 6:30 a.m. t WESTERfl HOTEL. ALL KINDS OF FANCY AND FAMILY GRO- CERIES, OUTFITTING GOODS. AND PRODUCE COUNTRY 10. Judge Poa letter in the Rutland ST. OPPOSITE THE MAIN CON- E, POST-OFFIC- UTAH CORINNE, STANTLY ON HAND. MRS. NICKUM - PROPRIETORS. k SON Rutland, Vt., Sept. Tno Burning Pines. Philadelphia, Sept. 10. Four thousand acres near Egg Harbor have been burned over. The woods on the line of the New Jersey Railroad at Cedar Lake are burning, and the cranberry bugs have been destroyed near Aucen. The fire is under control, but the flames still rnge furiously two and a half miles to the T Qt. Ilian., Sept. Paul., 10. A brick PRODUCE. COUNTRY having leased the above THE Proprietors known House will be pleated to re- ceive the patronage of the publie. - Butter nntl E'gs Usd; a Specialty The Table Is always Supplied With she nest tbs Harkst aOrder by mall or telegraph promptly attended to. Several thousand shingles and a lot of pl-t- t roujih lumber oh hand. I - - OGDEN JUNCTION 63 vf r UTAH. TEX ABB' NBATLY AMD FORTASLT tDBMXoSBD. ROOMS i , COM--- . accommodations for s TRANSIENT AfJQ HQME CUSTOM. j axy y-at-L- waaTKaw Horu. sveir moisixff x&blp. n X3 A. IB G. xj. rscincr . i ' NOTARY PUBLIC. 4 i V . TJtcz, aud. Otb s . 1 - , . . .i sfsbt CtSULf t i cco., v -- ' C0RTN5 05. t 1,0 t : . t ' "t fit V ' OUTFITS FOR RAM fcNOlRJUiUMCUDS AND ' bEOOrSM4 OT ALL dIS-F$2- 2f cAtjrrs-'-an- BAT AlfP OBAiy VOB CAJCj block on Third street, below Market, FunQuoou was. burn Ad lest night; Iom, $25,000; North Front St; insurance, H2,W). seltf. ihe-- I rs V 1 G U sepT--tf 07 Always on hand. rm ltu) Ajr n;ousE cuppEnTon, Attorno 3 6TX6ES for Montana and TdaUs, leaves serfr-t- f ii FINEST - BIUND3 . M. H. BEARDSLEY. Odeu 00 to In', THE J 7 ' . v. CO Lodgings, A First-clas- 1 TCRMOl (Formerly the Junction House) , 1 j Board and Lodging per week,....,.., Board without Lodging Moils... DEARDOLGY HOUSE, beaver at r,&rgajFir S FOR PAID CASH CORINNE, J. T. ' PARKINSON, V -- Cere. . Prow isiio a s. di.-tri- ct . from fb ax Bay;. - IIOLT, j.C sLfc st rrvd wllb Tnnf Cure wltiieal Free Baa to t, Card From Poland. BEDS ..it 10. The Farmington, N. H., stable and a portion of Vaineys Hotel Tho flames were burned last night. A SPE1NG per tay. Fire in New Hampshire. S-p- aid TABLE S Board and iLodglng Oafto Wholesale and Retail Dealer in New" Yoik, Sept. 10. e riKST-CLAS- J. W. r GUTHRIE, Have a Parade. land publishes Herald this morning, withdrawing his name from the Congressional contest in the 2d district. He states at some length the causes which have led to his cfbteat, BEEF, VEAL. ilUTTON, PORE, Etc.. Etc and says that if he had known certainly thatDenni.-o- n had intended to be a canhe should have withdrawn his didate, Fresh and seil-tCorned Meat. f name before the crvenlito ; but as the convention was fjirly conducted, and he received nearly u unanimous nomination, hs suppn&ecl the Contest was ended. He denies emphatically the use of improper influences to secure an election, Dealer in and says that his course upon the matters stigmaized as salary grabbing, Credit Mqbilier, whitewashing and Books, Stationery, will bear the closest press gagging, News and Wall Paper, no to change has desire he and scrutiny, his to career in laborious refers He it. Pocket Cutlery and Notions behe and could if that says Congress, had lost confidence lieve that the Wilsons Sewing in his integrity, it would give him great 6lfAgent for IVheeler Machines. pain. He expresses hi3 gratitude for the Tong cbntinued favor and confidence exP0ST0FFICE BUILDSNG, hibited by the people of the district. If that confidence is no longer felt, he has the consolation of believing that its withUTAH. drawal has not been merited by any $ct or omission of his. GEORGE M. E. OAMPDELL, Proprietor. ve ns . - . Le-fiam.-h- ited by these pests. One of thepaurre diabtes met with quite an amusing Wholesale and ratail dealer in .JEWELERS' AND CUHSMITHS, accident. In crossing the public square, and being unacquainted with the beauties of that institution, he run into that Grain, Fruit, Batter, Hare constantly on hand a largo $ and Chickens. in and assortment of delightful, soft, swampy placo about the middle vof it, and becoming ,QUNS, PISTOLS and; AMMUNITION. alarmed that it was some plan the inhab- HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR itants of the country had of putting ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY bis be dropped PRODUCE. rlirTnVc0 WARRANTED in re- - strangers out of the way, a some 4 instrument of torture, called by c?Mk violin, and yelled lustily. It would be Sprlnsrs and Almy Coal. hard t&Aell in wbat country, the poor JLesve , outers. , Ona doo of Motropolitap HoUl, ", boy might have eventually brought up, . bad it not Two foers east of Back of Corinne. Montana JORINNK UTAH. as he was .linking rapidly, Utah. ben- fpr our sympathizing poatroaster. j 5ltf DoVOL & JOHNSON, . FUHNIBED R'KU8(. r IPRiNG BEDS IN ALL TUB SLEEP- - -i ING ROOMS. 1 , By the way, UTAH. AND WELL GOOD KOSSMAN & COLD, CITY MARKET Whieh' now stands uncompleted, and even not properly protected from the weather; then when that is done, go - NEW BRICK BUILDING, LARGE. PLEASANT -' p. COUNTS COURTHOUSE, - .ii! TERMS THREE DOLLARS DAY. . Boots and Shoes, THE PUBLIC SQUARE, Tn. Louis Demers, LEONARD EL IE co-o- X al 1 d X J. MOItTCOMCRY, that db-olvo- I V - AMP PROVir.ICNS. GROCERIES t Staffs CORINNE New York, Sept. 10. Tho Ville du Havre, which arrived yesterday from Brest, encountered a terrible hurriNEW ADVERTISEMENTS. cane on the voyage, during which tho captains" largo hou?e on deck was NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. wasbd overboard, and tho place where PROVISIONS, Etc. is he he byhoretoi'ore ttOTICE given it had stood left as though swept with a tho existing A Co., under ho firm n lino of M. G. Mooroconsent-Edbroom. The port side of tho biidge by mat tal ha Leon thi day F. Feim will j ay all just dobts and was ground to pieces, and two immense . collect all duos of tho latofiui- davits tw isted almost in two. The lify M. U. MOORE, ED. F. FEiUUS. boat was washed overboard and hung 10, 1671. Corinwe, Utah, Soptembor A large assortment of from tho stern, the davits beating against t, FO'UI)-the side of the ship, until officers Pike and LetVane sprang into tho sea and Solid lead railings were NATIVE AND FOREIGN FRUITS cut it adrift. Montana St., bet. till and Stli, and lorn heavy brass and iron stanchions AND FAMILY SUPPLIES twisted in all shapes. One saiior was washed lost. ovei board and Captain OF' ALL DESCRIPCORINNE, - - UTAH. Daure, who was standing on the biidge, TIONS. was hurled by the waves against a boat, THE CHOICEST WINE. LIQUOR3 AND which alone prevented him from going He was at first supposed to Overboard. CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND. have been fatally injured, but is slowly The second captain, recoveiing. Orders from Neighboring Towns his left arm broken, and Promptly Filled. FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY. several sailors were severely injured. At a meeting of passengers on the day before arriving iru port, of their gratitude and thanks, UTAH. Tho cosiest saloon in tho city. CORINNE, . aelff to Captain Daure and his were voted ; pel tf otEcors and crew for their beL gallant havior during the storm. Debts principally owing to eastern merchants, so they hav hit upon the followg the wind to ing method of on every same. the call They defray YV'holosalo and retail dealer in iroman and child within the confines of Z'ion to donate the sum of fifty cents. There is no compulsion in the matter whatever, only they must. This little GENTS FURNISHING GOODS game was preached in the Tabernacle AND HATS. last Sunday, only it was not ns fully explained ns wo have done it here. The my are ange- faithful were informed that the money TpqrAViNa with some of tho largest houe inorts perfected in New York Jand I am pronared was needed for tho good of Church, and to pay tho they miit',corae down or something would have to .go up. HIGHEST MARKET TRICK FOR Apropos to tho C.-Z. I., we understand that the retaij department of that institution in Salt HIDES, FURS AND PELTS. sopl-t- f Lake city has gone out of and is now owned by Mr. Wm, Jennings Wo may therefore expect a change in tho Ogden branch before long. Wo saw today some engineers measuring " rai-in- (HomUmms WHOLESALE ARP BKTAXL PCALI.B IN , UOlil - EASTERN. d eucer. Montana St., opp. Masonic Hall - )iv j CaeiCw 15 ' i A Draw.' Berlin, Sept. 10. The provincial correspondence, in an article on the recent attack on German gunboat by the Carlists, say that the Albatross having returned the Carlists fiie, the matter drops. - Preparatory! to the erection of buildings fo'D- Corner of Montana and. iTifth streets, to bo ued for city offices and tithing office. Of cour.-- c we are glad to hear of or see anything that will tend to the CORINNE UTAH. advancement of the interest of Ogden, DEALT U IK- but we greatly fear that some one proBUCK QLOVES, poses to dip into the pockets of tho dear people by getting seme good fat contract. If our opinion was asked, which 1KP ALL KISDS CF I). J. HEYFRON, Proprietor. we dont presume it will be, we should COATS. CAPS AND GLOVES, say, finish the building which has been commenced for a jr CORINNE M CENTRAL' HOTEL; A Paris dispatch says Guizot, the author and statesman, is in a comatose state and death is imminent. A strike of 13,000 cotton operatives at Bolton is regarded as inevitable. Parade of Scamcn-Pola- nd Publishes a Card. K D Dylng-- A London,' Sept. 10. aemi-offici- J. L I P S O N OIL-TANNE- I1 Prompt Attention raIdvto ordsn Ly mail., TYorkreiuiywiaa poaUed. Cotton Strlko. Culzot nearing. Eo-to- (Vlnno, I'tali. Mrs- - St I. FORGICH- - Terrible Hurricane at Seals S. Commissionc Davis Wants a AGREEABLE SOCIABLE , corinne; .eltf mo. 11, 1871. iff j flvgsisfri, ,M v . f ..B e UTAH. CATE nmi.WE, ITAII, FRIDAY,, SEPTEMBER YOL. 1. rer week. Attorneyut-LaW- JOHN j . H i I - william hyndmaS; , A Qoo9, - Jt 3 - business cards. P. t i. - AiOMtT CORINNE IV now OUT ''oaombs - ..." 3 - tK.tr connection Willi BAH year, by mail or exire,f.. Sit month Three mouths One Month cents Delivered by carrier at J Floe jcnflcaiora? -- 1 On .H. W. v by TBHMS: B I W. . COOXE. J f. riXR. WiTTS. - . 8. JOHNS- - I A i-- COMPANY. . E. I ; r U. G B- , ' T ' TeoiiW. every o ! WAIL. DAILY , lAOHMAC ) m) . S: 1 f .