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lORIXSE DAILY Kvtiubr two bundled Ln Germany tin.-ning of the present yur. X early liav fulled The UJ, , nts e Into Jupxm only three thousand eriminnl in lation of over thirtj-- . three milli-- a popusoul-- . d Tick Mturptis of Ripnn has the of Grand 'Ia?ter of the Order of Free Masons in Englnnd, and will Le succeeded ad interim by the Prince of re.-igm- ' in Luhotiablo circled is that Bristow, daughter of the Secretary of thy Treasury, will be the belle tf Wabhington this Cuming wloter. She is only 16 years old and very beautiful. Mit-- FURNITURE, ETC. This English papers are getting excited over the third term question, and some of them are amazingly knowing on the subject of American politics. The London Spectator informs its readers that Gen. 0ranVha3 quite made up his mind to run for a third term, and that if the Ib'puhlicans will not nominate him"" he will throw himself into the arms of the Democrats. Pre-ide- CtTl Bedding, Crockery, IChina. di e GLASSWARE- Offiee co Iloir. 7 - - MIRRORS. PLATED WARE. We Invito inspection by oir many customers and the scenoral put lie to a largo d of the goods, which will bo sold at or adelphia on Tuesday night, September 8. He had been complaining of feeling ill for several days, and on Tuesday evening took liu supper as usual with tho family, bat died shortly before heart disease, and a verdiewas Below Salt Lake Prices. so rendered. For the capture of Surratt tho Government offered a reward oT llo received from the Government 10,000 and instituted a suit for 15,000, METALLIC COFFIN'S AND CASESIFUR-NIS11KTO WIDER. the remainder of the reward. He obtained a judgment in the Court of fits' Undertaking carefully attended toCKl Claims, but the cn;e was carried by the to tho United States Attorney-GenerSupreme. Court, where it is now pending. above-mentione- -- -- nfid-mghtx- 23,-D0- Goans, POPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTH. MUSLINS, CALICOES, MILLIMEUY GOODS, SHAWLS, LINEN SUITS, Etc. DEPOT D - al or is stated ns a singular, fact that ORDERS by mail promptly filled. three of Charles CarGood- carefully packed and delivered a roll of Carrollton, an signer of tho Railroad Dopets free of charge. Declaration of Independence, married into tho British peerage. The last surFurniture repaired at reduced prices. we are was the told, viving sister, Duchess of Leeds, who died some DRUGS, ETC.w . months ago. She was possessed of immense estates, which were disposed of by will.- Her personal property, some JlS0,000, was bequeathed mostly in charity; .C5,000 was loft in trust with yfii ot.rsu.r; ind ur.rAii. ukai.mi in Archbishop Manning for the niainten-unc- e and education of young men studying for holy orders in tho Catholic Church; the rest to orphanages for both PURE DRUGS and sexes which she had establised maintained during her lifetime. She. AND CHEMICALS had much property in America, but made no bequests to people here. grand-daughter- in Nevada is waxCo Monday the Eure- ing very warrj) ka Democratic County Convention made passed a string nominations, and ofeou-of resolutions, as all conventions are bound to do. One of them declared that of William Sharon, the Kepubliean candidate, to the United States Senate, would be inimical to tho best interests of this State, particularly to the toiling portion of our citizens. without which a reThe Whereas n ship without a be like solution would rudder declares that Sharon has boastfully and openly asserted that even should the Legislature be Democratic, his money would secure the office. If we Sharon did gay all that, suspect he hewas what knew pretty 'ell talking abotft. i . OIL, PAINTS, WINPO'Y YAr.NHUJU, LOWE, - Corinne GLS?, nE TOILET SOAPS, s SPONGE?, BRUSHES, IiirORTED PERFUMERY AND FANCY - TJtala. y A . WALL STATION' ERY, PICTURE FRAMES, POCKET CUTLERY, Etc. CORINNE, UTAH. I . SSMAN & COLE, Dn. C. W. Higgins! Doar.icir I feel and know now that I am gaining rapidly all the time, and I know not how to express mv gr,t-itiul- o to you me of pain and misAll a as of doubt doctor, you ery. with me. disappeared with the neuralgia and catarrh in mv head. Before I called on you hail been under tho care of several other good doctors, but I got no relief whatever. -- until I took your medicines. 1 have suffered several years with mv diseases, but did not know what ailed mo until you told me. f feel thankful tor tho euro that your medicines havo given me, and willingly recommend you to all ethers that sudor with any chronic I am your friend forever IN CELE- III8K K V Front St., near Jackson, -SAN FRANCISCO CAL. J fiUS, j a sirs paly, lull slock of tlie celebrated FARMER. ir. WAUL. & WARD, P. SCHUTTLERS t OP WAGONS CHICAGO V ri:-e.- i le . e Foreign and Domestic I ox hand and for salr lways Thc.-- "iigtm- arc at rea-oimb- - the very ho-- t material-'- , thorouglily ar,d aio knoun all through the Mehtas tho be.-- t and most reliable u agon made, arid arc IN EYiiJLY J. ESI EC I. WAiUlAJSTJCD A!-a lull stock of made, o.' WiiiONi Ac W.H.ON COVERS, AIL SIZES LOWS, TRIM RLE SKEINS, WAGON MOODS, WAGON AND CAE-II- I AGE MATERIAL'S OF ALL DESCRIR-TION- Ktrrot, . . Between Front and llattery WAGON ; Xjicjnoi'st j e o SAN FRANCI8CO. repStf , - S, tie For sale at Shipping and Cmnnicsion Merchant, LOWEST RATES! CASH v THE CALIFORNIA 1 4182 POWDER WORKS, Mas. M. B. M ni, vrr. Util ward, Fait Lake City. Mowers, Reapers and Mowers Reapers, Threshing Machines, Sulky Rakes, Plows, Self-Raki- JAN ng Strt, CAl. o Particular attention paid to tho purcha-i- n China and Japan Teas, California Vi ines and Liquors. a gep8tf Grain Drills, Gang Plows, fkancisco, Frout SAN FRANCISCO, Also constantly on hand a full supply of 314 California Street, Dr. C. W. Higgins : Dear Sir T havo been afflicted with fit ibr many months past, and have suffered everything but death. After trying mar.v remedies that the do tors ordered me alnl tho various remedies that filled tho papers seemed to do mo no good. Then I gave up in despair, until I Eiiw vour advertisement in the Salt hake Tribune. J was so inn rcssed with vour new ami simnle theory of diseaos that I determined to call -and soo you at orico. Thank Hod did; word-- cannot expross niv gratitude and jo'f, and I wih to make it known, as I deem it a duty to all affleted with this nwful maladv to do all in mv newer to make known to manhood a true rhyslcian as J . (b Wiggins, ono that cures. Utah, Ogden, July It, 1871. GRAY'D HOTEL. And all kinds ol the best and latest improved Manufacturers , and have Constantly JOHNSON & CO., Proprietors, FARM MACHINERY. ert hand 1 Dear Sir I took ymir medifeel cine1 according to your direction, and that thevhave done for mo what medicines never floho for me before. I fed really well, better than I have before for rnanv year. I shall ever feel grateful to you for theo hle?-iiiar.d take pleasure in re onunending vour treatmer t to th afflicted one of Utah. Your medPines had the desired o!:cct at once, havfretn my ing removed all tho nuuli hi'e. rnd tho yellow and fallow complexion I feel none of has gone a it were by maei". thoe bad heudache or anv pain whatever. Having only used your medicines three weois, 1 am grateful, hoping others may receive as much benefit as I have. I remain your friend, Mrs. S. J. IUssfi.i., 14th ward, Salt Lake City, July 11, 1874. SPORTING, MINING, AND BLASTING MONTGOMERY . 1 g, C. . SUPERIOR QUALITY, FRESH FROJ HIE MILLS. It being constantly received nd transpc rt i into the interim, i e delivered to the oneuinei withir a few days of the time of it' maun-eture- , and ie in every way supt rior to av other Powder in Market. ,VTe have been awarded succoBBively Higgins: Dear Sir Permit mo testimony to your professional Your medicine havo cured mo of a bad aso of gravel. I suffered intensely long time, ar.d could get no relief until I your medicines, which gave mo relief at and a cure in a few days. I remain your 1 forever, .. Importers and Jobbers of THREE GOLD MEIALS Wines and Liquors. the MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE and IT ATM AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY for the periority of our products over all others. We also call attention to our Sy su- 408 Trout Street, JOHN KUPFElt , which combines all the force of other strong explosives now in use, and the llftinp force of the best tLAsri.sa rovrosB, thus making it vastly superior to any other impound now in use. A circular containing a Frnn DF.Bniprro ot this Powder can be obtained on application te our Office, or of any of oar Agents. JOHIN F. LOHSE, Speretn vv HENRY LEIWES, TTholesale and Retail Dealer ' MONTANA ST. AND ENGLISH PORTER CON-8TANTL- Y - COIUX.XE. And manufacturer of fino NATIVE COLD JEWELRY PACIFIC HOTEL PISTOLS and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand. Repairing dono with disfepl-t- f patch, and warranted. LEONARD ELIEL, Boots and Shoes, -- FURNISHING GOODS ANO C3T A VINO PERFECTED MY FURS AMD -- ' The Largest anti most , ouafrte Hot ln tlie World. HATS. ARltANGE-me- - ts with romo of tlio largest houses in Now York and Boston, I am prepared to pay the HIDES, CHICAGO. and retail dealer In HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR sepl-t- f E I- - fr Montana Ht,, Corinne. FRAtfriKCO. THE GRAND IN . ON HAND. WAN sop8tf FINE WATCHES AYholosalo kinds of wines, scotch ales - DTSALKK GENTS ALL ScFvrr.rNG.FRiKNDt If you are afflicted with throw aside for onco any any chronic dieae, in regard to preconceived erroneous notions any advertising physician who gives ample ovidoncoof his skill and integrity. I would I have used Dr- - C. W. Higgins medicines they havo cured me. 'nly two weeks and rzth ward. Jas. McGei-iih- in Groceries and Provisions, Liquors, C'isrars and Tobacco. f . CO., Sc r C. W. Id my a sop$tf E. MARTIN -- , , STREETS s W. Higgins : Dear Sir I havo ued a portion of iLo mcfil ine you prepared for mo and am much gratified in informing vou that I am well. I have faith in your remedies can, with pleasure recommend thorn to all ard vv ho are Buffering from the want of propor medYoup liniment eured me of ical treatment. neuralgia at once, ami my other complaints have all lot m now, never to return, I hoe. at once. I conIf they do, I shall call on youwonderful. vour remedies truly sider fes-eIam, ct, Mi:f. B- - S. Bufn strom. with b'th ward. Salt Lake City, Aug. 11, 1871 - MARKET Of HERCULES P0WBEK, Dn- AND SAN FRANCISCO. pR.Hir.GTN.--- : Montana SL.bcL 4th and 3th. - n ISAAC IK 1UXT00Y, PAPER, singular legal discovery is reported to have been made in Maine. It CORINNE, - --- UTAH. is said that. one of the multitudinous changes in the liquor law actually reAND LIQUORS pealed the only section of the law that THE CHOICEST WINE-CIGARS ALWAYS ON HAND. , . exact The prohibits the sale of liquor. point could only bo seen by a careful comparison of sevoral statutes, and even FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY, then it would be a- muddle to most of those who are not trained in legal subtleThe ooiefc Faloon in the citv. ties It is altogether improbable that scitf A RYE DALY the-elect- ion GOODS. : Fepttf - put-die- ? for JOSEPH FINCHS BRATED PENNSYLVANIA Agents and CruK. Dr. C. W. Higgins is - The political fight v-- Hunter's California Wheat Whiskey, GEORGE A. gaining a wide reputation for his skill aq an occulist. Among his raot recent cures is that of an infant daughter of Mr. J. Dc St ain, living at Deep Creek, Utah. The child is six old, and during thejat three years she yearssuffered has greatly with her eve-- . Fearing total blindne3. the father, about a month nro, placed the child under tho care of Dr. Higgins and his skillful treatment ha soundness to her sight. A littlo weakness is apparent, a bright light pioD'ce- pain, but ail inflammation and sign of di ease have been removed, and in another wee.--: or two the doctor expects to havo the childs vision restored to pertor t strength. ThD is a verv grn.yfying cor, ofand speaks highly for the attention and skill the doctor. s J. W. McNUTT, n. f Proprietors di.-ea-e. It t. MICU.VKL KAN I.. Wiliest jf 0. SOUtTTIU). (Successors to llantor, IV and A Go.) Also, J. Calirornln Sttect, WAIVf), K1NE & CO., 2 SUPVLY oy Liquors, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS WACOM1 FASHIONABLE CLOTHING A Honor to whom Honor rs Df. C. W. me to Dr. sav that duty impel1 Higgins medicines have done 'or me what no other ANL' phvsicians have been ablG to do. f have suffered for eighteen terrible years with thewrrst form of epileptic fit- ar,d have been treated by GLSTSi FiBSitiHISG GO2)14, the mot eminent physicians of Europe, but without relief. I havo also had the advice of some of the local physicians in this city, hut HATS, CAPS. TRUNKS. VALISES, and EVERYTHING YOU WANT. until eight weeks ago, when hr. C- - W. Higgins tried his new and wonderful method of treatment, I had given up in despair, having been subject to them fits overj six or nine days for eighteen Tyears, and since Dr. II. took D. tny case in hand have not had a symptom of them, and Iwih to ma- e known far and near isepl-t- f to every one afflicted with this awful malady, the physician that cures. John Woethingtox, First South street, 11th ward, Salt Lake C'ity. ApWoNr-ERFU- captured in Phil- r.ot rreiend to compete with - - Jehn II. Surratt, died suddenly 12 a. ra-- . and from Consultation ire. to C. C. RANK. FERRIS & HOLT, General Agents lor Montana and Idaho, SILKS AND SATINS t OKI)i:it-- S cheap work. Our wagons are all first class. All wagons warranted lor or.e year. TEST r 2X0X1.1 1. A. y who fi " e do IS Francisco, California.', sepStf eepl-t- f Gr-A-T Military College Association of the City of ' Mexico have been celebCUTLERY. anniven-arO tho battles of rating-the of Moline del Hey and Chapultopec. t, The telegraph informs us that the the Cabinet Ministers and other distinguished peasonages participated irr BAR FIXTURES, the proceedings. This celebration took place, of course, on the Sth of September. The battle of Buena Vista was fought on CHROMOS, PICTURE FRAMES, the i2d of February, 1847, and the MilFANCY GOODS, ETC. itary College Association havo never onco celebrated its anniversary. Pies-iden- Froru to y p. in. liis'htesl Draft Wagon Made. wagon. A magnificent stock Tof of Walker Kouse- - San The BAIN WAGON Is not made for a cheap Open t The Stk. Makie,-- TJovy DRY Inorth 'Fite Just Received and o, Door irst to 5 ai.d J- LAMPS. j THE B1IX WAGONS 212 Arc superior to any wagon- sold in the ' est. o They are And all kind.--, of worm?. All cao war Dr. ii. irale a specialty of Chronic dioa-e- u and by a microscoi Lai examination of the bhod and urine bo will tcdl yon at cnee the nature of vour dbere, and then, it to yon the proper you wi-- h he will deal scientific remedies by the aid f the micro-he can detect calcutt, cancerous matter, Furniture 1 With CALIFORNIA STAKE RACK LEDS, LIGHT and HALF SPRING WAGONS. TJtiili. JOBRKKS Wines - carbonate cf lime, and all oxtiareoui with tho uriao or blood. - - Coriuuo IMPOHTE3S FAR3XWAGONS NEW YORK STORE! ct V. AGOSS, FARSI WAGONS. rar.fc-d- . nt H. B. FltEItilBT TAPE WORMS, UTAH. POND, REYNOLDS it CO,, (All sines), Lake Citr. UTAH. - - - OGDEN, Ot hot-hea- - - sepetr BAIN WAGONS SORE EYES" rnrni street. 1 of the commanding-influenc- e the venerable Keverdy Johnson giving wise and conservative counsels to the of his sect. on. While arguing that-therred in his original recognition of the Kellogg Government, he unequivocally condemns the resort to violence to overthrow it, and justifies the prompt .uppreion of the insurrection by the United States Government. - CG RHINE, HAN FRANCISCO We Lave now on Land , FITS, CANCERS, DEAFNESS. Montana Street, 1852. ESTABLISHED FACTORY ' ;i one Homan Catholic bishop; for ho if that hits him, two bishops; while is killed, they will kill the Pope. era man v Corner Suite Dr. II. makes a specialty cf CONWAY T. I) every- - to see a South- - Nos. 101 A 103 Montgomery Str1 - Walt Sows Garmon workman have written to Bismarck that for every bullet shot at him which Tnisscs him they will kill a Wk are much grutilid 'st - 3L. IS 4 -- ho Tutihilk to? & . sh.fws Wales. jr JE w. re-f- the hep in- ADVtBTISEMEim. J. W. TUtttER sentiment in Maine fully sustains the it. piohibitury law, although some ot its entente and rigors have betore now endangered the success of the Kepubliean ( . iv. KHiGDi-- q 3?. part3, which .is responsible for it. Enough of tho law must be left to authorize the seizure of liquor, and Maine constables are very keen scented when Microscopic and Analytical Physician, they arc on the track of a whisky jug or a beer barrel. Should it turn out to be the lad that there is at present no OF BOSTON. MASS. that we in iaw suppose Maine, liquor public opinion would justify the GovWould inform hi friend anu the public ernor in calling an extra session of-tthat he ino.- located in Legislature to enact one for the few remaining months of this year. pn jers SAN FBAXCUCQ FITS CURED. j NaiurdM. WACOHS. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING. anything important will result tb-discover j , n n if the facts are as 1S34. stated. There is r.o doubt that public MAIL' PELTS. serl-t- t o h MIB Lessees (well known as thh proprietor the SHERMAN HOUSE before its de.-- lotion in tho memorable Conflagration of Oohq, 8th anu Hh, 1871.) take pleasure in announcing tu Completion of this new enterprise, which is t1'1'" acopen under their personal management for tno U commodation of guests. QAOE onos. & RICE, Lcmcc. lorTwenly !