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The Situation In Salt jAUe, eventually found bis own destruction. Had he been contested with the leThe suspension of the First Nareturns which flowed from tional Bank of Salt Lake last Satur- gitimate his thrift and enterprise, he would day, was not attended by that comhave had no need to apply to himself motion which usually accompanies the epithet of Rabelais, while contemany events that affect directly the the graTe as the end of all interests of a commercial community. plating "I was doing well, I The public mind had prepared itself things mortal, tried to do better, here I am." In for a contingency which, if not fully endeavoring to build up a collossal anticipated, yet was likely to happen institution on a fictitious capital, he at any moment. So intimately blendresorted to expedients that were imed are the tics of sympathy with our moral and reckless. The Northern financial system, that a temporary Pacific Railroad project will ever be derangement must exercise a direct connected with the most infamous influence over the entire body. It transactions of this age, and by the would hare been exceptional if the of the unholy combination disastrous effects cf the panic which collapse formed to advance it to completion, prostrated some of the stnnchcst a lesson might be suggested to all houses of the nation, had not been who embark on the uncertain sea of sensibly felt in our midst. The to limit themselves to calmness displayed by the merchants speculation, their immediate field of action. and bankers of Salt Lake at a time that grave apprehensions might rca-honab- ly entertained of impeuding danger, was admirable. The exhibit of the Bank gives evidence of a sound and solvent condition, notwithstanding the necessity which compelled its suspension. In another column we publish the card of the Pusidentof the Bank, which, doubtless, went far to reassure the public, and reiwove the fears of the timid. It is candid and manly, and contains no vague attempt to soften Frout Monday's Daily of SeptemUr 29. Astohishsd. Passengers arrmBg from the East, express their amaiement at the extravagance of the people living ia Platte Valley, who are using corn for fuel. Cold Speli.. Por several days the weather East and West has been unusually cold for this season of the year. At Terrace icicles two feet in length last Friday, were seen to hang on the water tank?. Along the entire line frosty the fall cf the house, which, we beis lieve will yet bo restored to the con- weather reported. fidence of its patrons. Married. Currency will Cud its natural chan28, 1873, by Jesepu Grover, Sept. nel, and with the disbursements naw Esq., Justice of the Peace. At the resipeing made by the Secretary of the dence of the groom, President Ira N. Treasury, a large volume of legal Spauldiog, of Easton, Weber Co., and tenders will be thrown into circula- Miss Louisa Gibbon Carter, of Brigham tion. Whilo it is true that the bulk City, Box Elder Co ; Utah. of the heavy sums released from the national vaults, will be held in the looms. George W. Loomis continues to a still Eastern markets, linger in a precarious condition, atlarge protended by Drs. Nellii and Brown of this portion will find its way to the West. and White of Salt Lake. Inflama-tio- n There is every reason to believe that city, in the arm and knee has set in, yet in view of the favorable statement there are strong hopes of saving his of the condition of th Bank,' show- life, and avoiding the necessity of ampuing a heavy preponderance of assets tation. ..,. over its liabilities, that It will, when Tne Shooting Case. The Alderman's the clouds that now obscure the ky, T C. P. UTAH CENTRAL through an open meadow belonging lo a number of residents of Lynne and RAILROAD. Much difficulty might be obviated if the company were to enclose th track runniug through that District. Train will rw every day during Conference, leaving Ogden at i a.m. a&d 8:40 a.m., tit the rates: Ogden to Salt Lake Kaysville, " Irons Fire. 1 CQM&ERn, 1ST on" otic o. IX MT POSSESSION THE VZ V' tofts f 2.50" retnra, fj nf.L0W-an- d 'ngde.cril.ed animal, taken away, will U U io poimlda bidder, at theDUtrict Stiay iw :r c"un,y Fr - SALT LAKE One blnck or dark oU hind feet lute, , tw. fS A.CHOCKKTT, District Ponndkeepcr Logan, Sept. 8th, 1873. d.3o;.It ,g u" RADWAY'l" In from READ?' RELIEF! to Twenty IHiWnt. On NOT ONE HOUR arter readiiix this advertisement need any m,. SUFVKR WITH PAIN. RADWAY'8 1USADY RELIEF 13 A CCKB Kut KYERY PAIN. It was the first and in THEATRE. The Only Pain Remedy Five hundred and That instantly .top. thw pwet excrue iating paii. allays Inflammations ad cures ConKMti.w' emigrants arrived here last BEEN RENOVATED, REMODELED, whether of the Lungs, Stwrwch, Bowels, or other of J. Elder 8:30 at in B, HAVING aud refwrnighud in the most elegant glands or organs, by out application, in fioinwt. charge night to twenty minutes, no matter how yiolent or Fairbanks, nearly half of whom were style will be opened on crnciatiiig the pain, the Rheumatic, Scandinavians. They left Liverpool on WEDNESDAY EYE., OCTOBER 1st. Infirm, Crippled, Norvous.Neorslgic, or prstr.td with disease nmv nufler' the 3rd inst, arrived at New York en the RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF witu Hill allord instant ease. ICth and left nest day for the west. Inflammation of the Kidneys. Infl:rmmatioB ef There were no deaths on the sea but tlM Hiadder, Inflammation of the BoweU. Cm,. of the Lunca. Soro Throat, Difficijj pestion and were two infants died on the cars Breathing. Palpitation of the Heart, llysteri ' composed of Croup, Diptheria. Catarrh, Influenza. Headache! buried at Altoona. A young woman Toothache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Com named Emily Gardner from the Bristol Chill, Ague Chills. The application of the READY RELIEF to tfc. Conference, while getting some hot watpart or part wler tbe pain or difficulty exit will aflord ease and comfort. er to make tea was badly scalded on her Ferforsances will be givea Twentydneps in half a tnmhlerof waterwiUhi a few uioaieats cure Cramps, Spanm, Sour arm through a sudden jolt of the train. ' Heartbtrrn, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dysp... The was in great pain on her arrival tCTjColic, Wind ia the Bowels, aud all Iuter&al Pains. heTe. Five passengers were left behind Travelers sJionbl always carry a bottle of V'8 REAirj RJtUEt' with thein. Afewdrmn from illness, they will be forwarded by on water will prevcDt sickness or pains frcis another train. The company has been ihanjje of water. It is better titan French Brandy cr Hitters as a stimulant. crowded1 a 1 the woy, nnd from Omaha Doom open at 7 o'clock, performance to comFEVEK AX1 AUVE cured for flfty cent.. Thero is not remedial agent ia this world th were very uncomfortably so. With the mence at 7.30. will enre Fever and Ague, and all other Malariuw, ADMISSION. Bilious, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other fnert exceptions above named however they (aided by Kadway's Pills) so quick as RADWAV and aDd health and in First Second are good Circle, $1.00; many Circle, READY RELIEF. Ktfty ceuts per bottle. 8(44 Parquett spirits 60 cts.; Third Circle, 25 cts. of them had friends waiting for them to Reserved Seats 25 ct. additional. Private Boxes by Druggist. 2t their great joy. Most of them went on from $7 to $12 each. to Salt Lake immediately after the pasStrongand Pure Rich Blood Increase of Fhg) and Weight Crvr Skin and Beautiful senger train this morning. Becurtd to all. e s. Talented Company, POPULAR ARTISTS. Stoni-ac- EVERY EVENING EAft-W- Burin g Confer en cc. . Health! Beauty! 2 n BOOKS! BOOKS! A Card. EAWAY'S Ir.8arsiipnrilliaii Uesolrent . Ha. made the mast afetonibbiug cures, so quick. For the past fifteen dnys tkere has rapid arte the changes tho body undergoes, nmlf r been an incessant drain over oar counthe uiiiueace of this truly wonderful Medicine.thit GREAT BARGAINS KVEKV DAY AN INCREASE IN KLKSU AX3 ters for currency forced by tho reported WEK5IIT IS KEEN AND FELT. failures of prominent New York and THE (illEAT 1U.OOO I'l UIFIEC. Boohs at In Eyery drop of the 8ARSAPARILUAN RESOLChicago banking houses. VENT comuiiuiicates through tho Blood, Sawit, We have hitherto met all our liabilities Urino and other fluids and juices of the systeia BOOK freely; but the increased excitement DTVYER'S tl yiftor of Uf, for it repairs tle wastes of tb. STORE, body with new and sonnd material. Scrofula, among depositors reuders it impossible Sy- philis, Consumption, UhtDdtrtar disease, Ulcers m for us lo procure enough currency to the Throat, Mouth, Tuniors, Node in the Glands Opposite Descret National Bank, meet promptly all demands at lha couns and other part ot th Bystem, Sore Eyes, Discharges from the Em s, and the worst forms ter, and we are, therefore, under the of Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Fever Sores, ScaM painful necessity of temporarily closing Head, King Worn, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Aeaf, our doors. Black Spots, worms in the Flesh, Tumors, in the Womb, aud ull weakening and painful The bunk is perfectly solvent. We discharge?, Night Sweat?, Loss of Sierm, aud all have met with no losses, are amply nble the Month October. During cf wastes of the liie principle, are within the curatie to pay our indebtedness, and leave our t range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, few days' use will prove to any person wring itftr capita! aud (surplus unimpaired. t either of these forms ef disetsne its potcut power We only require the time necessary cure them. for this unprecedented punio to subGREAT INDUCEMENTS If the patient, daily becoming rodused by tie wastes and decomposition that is continually proside. Will be offered those who wish to get gressing, fcuocsods in arresting these wastes, aud Washes HrssET, repairs the same with new material made from Good Books for the Winter and President. healthy lilood and thU the SAR3APAR1LL1AS for Sunday Schools. will aud does secure. Salt Lake City, Sept. 27, 1873. Resolvent Not Straa-oti- Salt Lake City, Utah, only does the Sarsaparillian all known remedial agents in the cure of Chronic, Scrofulous. Constitutional and Skin diBennoJ, but it is the only pcnitive cure for KUNKY and BLADDER COMPLAINTS, Urinary and WobI disease, Gravel, Diabetes, Dropsy, Stpiag of Water, Incontinence of Urine, Bright'. Disaan, Albuminuria, and in all cases where there ar brirkdnst deposits, or the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substauces like the white of an or threads like white silk, or there is a moiW, t dark, bilious appearance, and white pnd when there is a pricking, burning when passing water, and pain In the snis" of the back and alone the loins. Price, $1 00 WORMd. The only known and sure Rotndy for Worms Pin, Tape, etc. ts-c- LARGE A. STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AT New York Wholesale Prices. tL dt s82-2- bene-dus- u OPPORTUNITY f car-rot- Can-re- ! The Fair at THE ENTIRE OUTUT OF THIRTY the ! ROOMS UTAH HOTEL, l offered for lalo up to the Slut of October priTtte arranpemrnt, either in bulk or liaratelj'; cunslating of by Beds. Hedging, Chairs. ?j Stoves, Two Sewing Machines and a Mangle, AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD GOODS, AH in Ex cello Condition, nearly tew. Fiad A night-schoo- l, FINE and much of It A. Lnrge liny Press, COVERED WAGON, COACH. TWO HORSES, HARNESS, ETC. Apply to iu. Harried "'- -" Heart, Choking or SuffocAtmgofjwaiwu DoU j" a Lyinir Posture. Dioinees m tlw Pain Dull and Fever the before Webs Sight, " Hoad, Deficiency of Perspiration, """"V and Skin the Eyes, Pain tu the ewe, and sudden Flushes oHeat, B''nluf1i'i the y A few dose, of Radway's Pill d dirder. i r tern from all tbe ib cents per box. Said bj aboiw-name- ! J. E. WILLIAMS, j On -, i swi . Perfectly tasteless, elgautty strengtu-eugum, purge, regulate, purify.clranseand disord all Radway's Pills, for the cure of of tbe Stonlacli, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Constipation, Cortrve-nesBiHons Itidigeution, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, a" Fever, Inflmnmatioii of the Bowel, Pries, and Derangements ot'Oie Internal Yisccra. WarrautM contoeBect a poeitite enra. Purely vegetable, dni?, . taining no mercury, minoralser deleterious Observe the following symptom, resulting frem Disorders of Uie Digestive U Inward Piles, Fullness of th Blood m Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Unburn the Disgust of Foxl, Puling or Weight in Fl'ieiWg t Sour Krootatione, Siuking the Pit of the StomacU, Swimmtn of the at tne and Difficult BroatiHng. Fluttering Orgiins-Constipa-- tlon, T I A N 0. ALSO, taw-bone- d Da. RADWAy: 1 have had Ovarian Tumor in the ovaries and bowels. - All the doctors said "thers t&s no help for it." I tried everything that u recommended; but nothing kelped nie. I saw yoor Ronolvetit and thought I would try it; VHt had tie faith in it, because I had suffered for twelve year. I took sir bottles of the Rosolveut, and one box of Radway's Pills, and two bottles of your Ruly or lief; and thero is not a eigu of tumor to be seen I felt, and I feel better, smarter, and happier than have for twelve year. The worst tumor was a the left side of the bowels, over the groin. I wrte this to you for the benefit of others. You can HANNAH P. KNAPP. it if yon choose. DR. RAD WAY'S Uiircnus, r. Tumor or 12 Years' Growth Cared Itesolvent. by Kadway's Mass., BiVBLT, July 18,1863. PILLS PERFECT PURGATIVE eoatod with Tables, , e T HAK -- 82-3t Court met at nine o'clock this morning pursuant to adjournment. C. L. Cieek appeared with his attorneys, Messrs. McCutchon and McP.ride. Ob aceount of the illness of Mr. F. 8. Richards, who In the Too Many is retained for the prosecution, the case Mr. Jay Cooke favors the publio was adjourned until at ninn with a statement of the affairs of his o'clock, a. m. firm. It is encouraging to those who Oat ahd Hafpt. Among the numer-ou- r arc willing to place implicit roliance passengers from the East, yesterday Ills interest upon his credibility. afternoon, were three bridal parties, all in various prospects were of a vast CORRESPONDENCE. belonging to the fashionable world, desinuuiUde. The world will wonder tined for the balmy air of California to Lynne. i.t the facility with which he could spend the honeymoon. Their cares apThis branch of the D. & A. M. Socieorganise as well as execute gigantic peared to be light, in the ecstasy of their of Weber County wan organized on as their ty, they snapped fingers undertakings. Like magic he built happiness first of May, 1873, Robert E. Baird tbe at the mention of the crash and the rua town a under of being President. up flourishing sky mors of the financial earthquake. Last Friday the President and the rvl and in defiance of the elements. Directors met to arrange matters for the P ninth is a monument of his energy, Skbious Accidkst. Wm. Rider, con- fair, which was held ou Saturday, 27th inst. l is enterprise, bis hardihood in oter-- ( ductor on the U. P. R. R. and Augustus At an early honf the people were lining obstacle before which men aska, conductor of a gravel train, were bringing the fruit of their labors. Tables even as strong as himself would have thrown out of a buggy yesterday mora. wero tilled with good specimens of apples, pears, plums, grapes and peaches, ing, while nenring Jones' Grove. Taska to the astonishment of all quailed. Let Duluth sing his spectators. The mineral wealth of the was driving the team which beoame rest- Some apples weigh one pound and quarless under the application of the lash ter each. Northwest was developed aud the Vegetiblen were very good, some Tbey suddonly started away and upsef 1'iuulous stories of thei inexhaustible the weighed 95 pounds each. squashes buggy, hurling its occupants a disMr. G. Stnewin brought excellent resources of the mines owned by Jay tance of tea or twelve feet. Taska which measured in circumference t'ooko were invested with a degree of struck a stone with violent force and his sixteen iuches. Large potatoes were also brought, romance that sound. aa if he wielded scalp was torn several inches. JIis 2 pounds each. Tbe stock was weight. was also badly injured. lie u wand of enchantment. tolerable good. So were many other Then, the right eye lay in an insensible condition when Mr. things too numerous to mention here. Oregon Steam Navigation Company, Wtu. Shaw came to his Every one promised to do bettsr next relief, taking with its accessories, claims him as iu him in his year. to the Utah Hotel. wagon lbfter-fatheLynne ain't to be grinned at, eh! Drs. Nellia and Brown were summoned Garner. This would seem to have been hia at once, and they immediately pronouncHckieft speculation. The Company ed the1 Wounds of a dangerous nature. How HcM Out. i. rich and its business lucrative lk-fid- He remained unconscious all day and in a village not In at this hour has so far recovfrom miles Oxford. his extensive banking business, night, but twenty England, the ered as to be able to distinguish objects teacher was to make his class untrying with brunches ramifying every im- around fciia. He is a Prussian, about derstand the meaning of subtraction, and to illustrate the subject, said : of he had cwtre commerce, portant thirty years Of age and is said to be a farmer had 400 sheep, multitudinous agencies eoekisg other in good circumstances. He is generally and"Supposing be sold 50 of them, by what process Heidi for the exercise of his genius. known on thn road as "Dutch Gut." would he understand bow many he hud What would he do?". left? Buffered Rider in severe contusions Unlike Alexauder who lamented that A lad of fourteen, with a parts of the body, but was able hi had uo more worlds to conquer, different face and outstretched arm,. rebeaming to leave for Lis home in Evanstou iu the plied as soon as he cmght the teacher's ho w weaving, a net in which he afternoon. ; . , eye j "Ask the shuppard, sir." are dispelled, resume its .operations. mt Estray 1X5The Union Pacific train " 1.25- Farmingtou, u u . was delayed yesterday afternoon two Centreville, j0. .70- " " " Woods Cross, dehours and a half. The cause of the tention ww the failure of the trains east Tielcct3 good from Oct. 1st to Oct. of Omaha, to make connection, having Ylth, 1S73. been three honrs behind time. One JOHN SHARP, supt. hundred and twenty five first class passengers on this train, bound for the West, being-thlargest number on any one trip during the year on this road. Detaiwkd. FT MAY to know who brand, with TRAINS. CONFERENCE Og-de- n. WHOM 2-lw Conference. Robert Baird, of Lynne, longing cutting off three legs of one animal and injuring the other so badly that he will be rendered useless. Tbe track runs Tub Emiguatios. TO Tajlor fc Cutler, Pslt lake 5lr arc tiling good Tory cheap this to-M- twenty-fiv- LOCAL ITEMS. have been The Central Pacific train which was delayed two boors last night, awaiting the arrival of Eastern train, ran over two horses be- Ihjumd ok tub - t;;. the premises , .tanvp to Radway fr New Yo?U.- Information worth C- - etit you. . ' , N- - kt T UJfiu ",;'' "'"