|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
DY TELEGRAPH. Illegality of a ashins- toa Grand Jury. Pacific Mail Company's Squabble. Colorado and New Mezii-;cto bo Admitted. o locomotive Explosion National AMERICAN. AVashingten, 5. There is a rumor that General Irwin MoDowell will be appointed minister to He in at the nge at .which he 'llussia. the retired liruand if it is on my go (JeoiJfd that he can on his return resume bis place in faid hi; will the army' retired list, it is uccept. ibe vacancy which his retirement would cause in the lit of cmjor generals on the uctive list would, j( IS said, bo tilled by the promotion of Oontral Meigs, now Brigadier r quarter-muste- general, and this place can then Itufus Ingalls, whom the General to full President wishes (o put there. The full bench of judges in this disdecided that the late grahd trict ibe alleged sate burindicted which jury was chosen, and there-tor- e illegally glars, all indictments by that grand jury The matter camn up on are nullities. tbe case of Hurl, found guilty ofetealing a horse and carriage from the ContinenHis counsel tal Hotel in this city. and the case has beeu decided against the legality of the grand jury. The secretaries and clerical force at enthe executive mansion are gaged in making manifold copies of the message for the press. It will be sent to t:orh houses of Congress about 1 o'clock y to-da- y cu Monday. St. Louis, 5. The executive committee of the Missouri state grange, which has been in wssion here for several days past, adjourned to day, after transacting considerable business. They adopted a resolution open trade between Mississippi valley and Brazil by tcanuhip lines, and asking the farmers of the valley to aid in supporting the ' fitetpiise. They sar it is their duty mid policy to induce shipments by river south .vard instead of by rail east ward. New York, 5. The fleet of steamers leaving New is much smaller than usual. York There are only four, the Celtic, England, These steamers Bolivia, and llermaun. all cany full cafgoes and an aggregate of I,"i70 passenger., which together with I'OO ou the Cuuarder Marathon, from Boston, makes a total of 1,030 fcr English and leaving The price of steerage continental ports. is again $20, the recent rmMfige to ?2) was not unanimously agreed to, and hence the reduction. Tbe national association Canadian the reciprocity $rutc:t ugtirst trea'y on the grounds that it is altogether iu lavor of Canadian iudustry tul conuueic'j and opposed to that of (tie United Slates. It allows Canadian vessels ihecnjovineui of American coast ing and lake trade ami to bo registered as United States ships. They predict tha: the ratification of the treaty would stimulate the industry of Canada at the expensu of our owu.and that the 56,000, OW which its people now contribute for (iutiex would have to be surrendered. The Vaciiic Mail discussion continues, and in'erviews with ootb Gufus Hatch mid Russell S:tge arc published ouch nccu-inihe oilier of wilful lying m l being com et tied in short spccula-tionauusing thfir official positions to fnnlirr (speculative plans. In to the .San Francisco overdraft, Rufu- - H.,ic!i Huid to a Times reporter i o iiimin'.-- d November 1st to 5S7(.i.() Mi s nee been consideru-bl- v ir iiM id. ai'J wtt caused by heavy e.f 'lh fu receipts from "re ' iii tin'. :i .nth of September Oku' r iiti.t Nv ii.h'v of lh present the pas-K'age- to-da- rs y ad-ta-i- wool-growe- 1 ittsbure, 5. c' rs to-da- is ft Owing to a disngreeraeut in ttie convention bet we n the iron put! iler and manufacturers all the mills, excepting two or three, will suspend work on Monday. The manula decided to reduce the rate from $(J to $' per ton for puddliug, which reduction the workmen refused to accept. New Orleans, 5. The grand encampment decided to prescribe no radical change in uniform. The white dress, distinguished by buld rick plume and trauntlet now worn bv ihe greatest numb' r of templers, was confirmed as regulation, but it was agreed that what is known as the black uniform as worn in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, might still be worn at the option of those having that style of dress in use. The next triennial conclave will meet iu Cleveland. Nearly alt the sir knights have gone home. Chicago, 5. A Washington special spekine of vice- reside nt Wilson's presence at the capi- t il and his intention of presiding over the senate the present session, intimates tnat he does not intend to preside during the session, but will retire from the chair after proceeding a few days, which will necessitate a new election for president pro tem, as Carpenter's tenure of oflice expire's as soon as the takes the chair, and it is said there is a determination on the part of the senate not to Carpenter. Spilth Carolina alvices say that tbe inaugural of Governor Chamberlain promises all that the conservatives could ask, and it is as believed that if the legislature carries out its recommetvda tioos, better days are in store for the State. An Inter Oceau special says that Senators West and Flanagan and several others of about, their standing in the sena;e are making fierce declarations agiinst Postmaster General Jewell Flatinagan communicated his deep displeasure at an early day following the investigations in Texas, and the discharge of some of his postmasters. West was nggrii ved because a man named Stonaker, whom West had pensioned on the department as special agent was dismissed. Now these gentlemen with the friends of some other dismissed olliceis are boasting that Jewell will not be confirmed. The majority of senators here, however, laugh at these threatening and say that the postmaster general will be confirmed without a flow of serious opposition. or Conference! M. C I. Salt Lake City r vice-Preside- r i"-i- re-gi- CELEBRATEL Fall Goods! SINGEIl SEWING MACHINES, Wood's Champion and Excelsior Mowers and Reapers, Of the Latest Styles, now Ojttnlng for the Hain, and Whitewater Wagons, ALSO- (;'. : J'1'! ,i.i! j i, t t.,p to $071000 against lime last year. irwin, tlio former agent of IVTi? M:ii company, at San Fran-'iChis arrived to answer the su against him for $750,000. width he cays he expended at the l'.i..-ha- llj o, com-P'H'V- ', ia-"'"'- iv of tlie former management to procure a government subsidy. Should He toll all he knows in relation to that penditure, a sensation is promised rivaling the credit mobilier. Washington dispatches foreshadow rly favorable actiou on the house bills rthe admissiou of Colorado and New TRADE. WiueJieser and Democrat IJght Spring WngonM, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION Farming Hoods Uz Of Every Kind. Publican to the com-.""ciic- Implements. California and Concord Harness and Harness Trimmings. Lcntliei mid Slioe ITiucliiiw. All Kinds of Produce Forwarded to Any Point on the Shortest Notice. AH TIIK Grocery OF Buggies to Order oa Short Botice. New Patterns in Order IF. Department Comprises the most complete Assortment in the Territory The nationul assembly has been en gaged in an e.Nciiing debate during tbe past t wo d lys on Ihe bill supported by the clerical deputies for freeing the university from the control of the state. The principal speakers were Bishop Dupan-loup- , legitimist, and Chalamel Lacour, rad cal deputy for Douches du Rhone, bishop lhipanloup, in the course of his remarks passionately declared that dmiger to society was to be apprehended from the friends of those who favored shooting the nichbishop of! Paris. The remark occasioned great tumult in the chamber. Upon restoration ( order. Chalamal Lacour retorted upon Bishop Dupanloup in a speech of Is great biitfiness. He said he left such honest of the to judgment personalities men and those who had some regard left for the dignity of the French episcopate. Upon ihe conclusion of the discussion the bill passed to its secoud reading by a vote of 553 against loo. Sent to M. Til A TC1IER, Prompt Attention. will PunUe II. UOGPEJi, SupcriAtcndcni. BRA'S S HUH Ltjat J'&lS J AMI illMJ M VS! Tnilill, ill! A XJklljllkl II ilUUlIU and includes specialties to be obtained at no Osiai$t other House to-da- y, Tho Boot & Shoe IlarUuiuake at Winne- - - ITXELSJT complete and offer inducements which cannot be excelled. f i m I I mJ0 Wc Will Supply the Above CLASS WAGONS, At our Depot COIiXER WALL and FIFTHSt., OGDEX Warranted at tlio Lowe't Rates for Cash. Case's Threshing Machine, and other Agricultural Implements of the Latest Designs. Williams & Co. DOUXTRY STORES M2-8- Can obtain a full ed f, of supply every variety Several shocks of earthquake visitGENERAL of find the ed Vinneinucca, Nevada, mornSunday surrounding country. ing, between G and 7 o'clock. Tbe Gist occurred a few minutes after U o'clock, and was quite 6cvere, and shook things up very lively. Clocks AT THE were stopped by the vibrations, were recked and in all direccracked the plastering Court-hcussuffered the tions. The worst of any iu town; the plastering At Figures which Bie bound to in the second story is badly broken, foil room court and iu the ponions Several wells in town totjie floor. which furnished plenty of water the evening previous were foitid totally dry soon after the earthquake occurred, and have remained dry evr Ae everything has been selec'ed wi b since. In the mines in Vlunemucea a ipecial deeign to suit the mountain the miners rport that they felt eight distinct ihocks, two very severe oucs, at internals of about San F'aucisco Refifteen minutes. cord, 2nd inst. THE FARMER'S FRIEND! MERCHANDISE plus-tereve- THE LEST THING EVER INVENTED FOR THE PARMER IS THE NEW 3 OF UTAH d e wnh the object of adding four Senators and two Congress-"if- n present bodies. St. Taut, 5. Attorney General Wilson to day a civil suit in behalf of the State in the second district court against exhale auditor Mcllrath for recovery of 8 1,000. alleged by the State to have ''""ii ll)o you keep maUies! asked a wrongfully withheld by Mcllrath over during his term of office extending w;tg to a country grocci' 'Well, I'll period of nine years. take a trotting match.'said the wag. Columbus, 0., 5. Tho grocer immediate!' handed him j An explosion of ft locomotive eU Dela-'r- n box of I puis. on the 0. C. C. I. C. railroad, to exico, ' ,- rl ' -- RETAIL AND Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Roots and Shoes, Mat and Caps, i'roeltery, Glwisivare, No lions, &e., &c., stoves and Tinxrare, Drugs &31edieiue Gents9 and Boy's Heady Made ClotJtiny9 g d - A Special Slock of re-ele- ct Paris, 5 WHOLESALE IN GREAT VARIETY. nt FOREIGN. St. Petersburg, 5. The Russian government has sent notes to various powers inviting them to participate iu the conference to be held here to resume discussion of the questo the conference lately tions held at Grussels. L Urn ttis Tho JTronch day, injured engineer Win'. Hutching ana killed hit 'son, the actinsr fireman. PARENT Give SEP ABATOR ! STORE, It will separate grain into first and second class qualities:, tnke out broken Kernels, Timothy, Clover. Cockle and all ref use and divide the different qualities and varieties into Seperate Receptacle. Satisfaction Utah Market It is the easiest running and most complete hand machine ever presented to the public. It Works to a Clmrxn and can be run by a boy. llights for Precincts or Counties can Lc purchased on reasonable tern.f of the W. IF. Hooper, Svpt. Taylor .Hehingea? OGDKN.