|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
JUDGES OF ELECTIONS. The Act regulating elections, pro Vides that the Justice of the Peace in each precinct, shall be the Judgt It ia necessary f elections therein. that these officials perform the dutv enjoined upon them by the statute, strictly in accordance with the provisions thereof. Each Justice should, without fail, bo present at the proper polling place earlv on the morning of Mondav and next, with his clerk, ballot-bopoll book, and be ready to open the polls exactly one houi after sunrise. He should be careful to permit no illegal voting. The circular issued by tne People's Territorial Central Comx mittee, published in the Junction of Wednesday, the 29th Semi-weekl- y inst., gives full as to particulars the The polls qualifications of voters. should le kept open till sundown, and Stnd then the ballot-boshould be sealed up and certified to hy the Judge and CIsrk. of the and sent by some person who mn bfi trusted to preserve and defend them intact, to the County Clerk. They should be in his hands from very precinct in tho County by noon :i Tuesday, August 4th, at tho latest. Special attention i directed to the lust named roint. Iilatnriiiws is unpardunablo when these public matters arc at stake The County Clerk cannot make uiit his abstract as the hvf directs until he receivff the returns from the various precincts. The Justices have no right to retain ballot-boxeand porsession of the hijts, and arc exceedingly culpable if they hinder the County Clerk in the performance of his duty. It is hoped and expected that at the election of there will not l3 a firmer carelcsinpft and want ef poll-boo- k x s ' punctuidity. also attempted the act which gave womcri the elec tve frauchise. Now let the ladies of Utah, man) of whom take but little active inter-fs- t in politics, show these "liberal" robbers of human rights what the) think of such knavery.' Let every lady of proper age, born in the country, or the wife, widow or daughter of a citizen, go to the polls next Monday and vote the People's Ticket, to swell the number of opponents to the enemies of the Territory. Ladies who are not in any way cennected with the "Mormon" people by faith or sympathy, should vote for the People's Ticket to show their appreciation of those who support the rights of woman, and their contempt for the truckling poltroons who have tried to steal away their rights. The women are always on tbesido of the right, unless Jed away by some unrighteous male biped. WVlook to them for a big vote on the People's side on Monday next, and hope that none of them, "Mormon" or "Gen- RIG VOTE. The Influsnzals of Ogden hope by hard scratching to count a level twenty at tho polls next Monday. They are determined to do it or "bust." It is within the bounds of probability that thoy will do both. But they mustn't take to tho polls. We merely mention this to ehow them they are not fornpn-taxpayc- rs gotten by the Junction, though body else notices tham. blood-suckin- no- g ly are invited. The choir, as well oa all whe expect to attend, are requested particularly to note the time ef meeting, 10 a.m. aad 2 p.m. n , by Voting for tie. men in whom they had confidence, tj tho utter dinsrust of the "liberal'' howlers and pretended champions of woinin's cause, who Wre worse off than ever. And now th'ese "liberal" weathercocks turn to Jv!V " J BONKTI1E AMERICaTsaRDISK CO's marU better, D1 lew "Hi" fior.lina. ? hslf the coot of '.imported Surdities. - .r. I uluwin, of - lie annuai meeting Police. Moxkt Can be forwarded from Salt Lake City as lafe as tin 1st of August for persons to come in the Beptornber 2nd company from Liverpool, and as late as the middle of September for the company that will leave that port on or about the 14th of October, which will be the last company this season. Ai.bkut Carrimotos, President ef P. E. Fund Company. shiftless fellow had been boarda ing long time with hi3 landlady, A rth led y Thb Wodsded Man. Mr. Norris.tbe man who was shot at the depot, attention; his face is still swol in Knf ha sTnoripnces no pain. He converses at times but appears drowsy and heaw. HoDes are entertained of his recovery. City, der sad heir SupVri.e t & i. & mim!"' lay nights, because he doesn't want to uu uuuer ti. V. SDracrn. violate the law, and hates to deny folks he laree and u nuere ih.. It when they are dry enough to choke cnmfortnhlv Hnatsit "uuJ ' win ' warn. them to .I. turn hurts him awny. Spare services commenced by the Sahblik his feelings, now. schools sineina: in unison tv,. a.. . ... ' . (Jol. wictizer oame up Postal. The enthuaias this morning and went Lake Salt from tic crowd which assembled to greet the Utah Northern. Lots the io Cache en lady lecturer oa "The evils of p ly of postmasters will be glad to see him, gamy," numbered feurteen all told, in Pos'm&Bter Hall has received keys and other officials eluding for the use of the route agent and clerks You can't sell Ogden, much. on the Utah Northern, and the mails can new be distributed on the trains for The funeral of Mr. Jas everv roint on the line of the aarrow FnsiRAr, Ilorrups'Jinfanl son, which took place to guage road. day, was well attended by the inhabt tants of Lynue. There were nineteen ADDRESS teams in the procession, which followed the Rtlrenchmtnl Society at Ei'.h Before the body to the cemetevy. mond. July 2Ath, biby Jitis Xnry Orbat Enthusiasm er what overlooked. cent frrove and select company, i Mvsubiect shall be "What we have caa hinder the affair from being ' been in the past, aud what we wish to be ? grand success in the future." carry ns back say five or Placs. The lower room of tenLet memory or so, long as we can remember. years tho new City Hall will be the polling and it will oe readily seen, now many place for Ogden precinct at the election times we have missed the mark. What e for, and how have we spent a great por next Monday. From an heur aftor tion ef our life. We have been too care till sunset tho citizens of Ogtlen of less, too idle, too indifferent, in regard both sexes will have the opportunity of to everything, which might have proved casting their votes and showing their a lasting benefit had we shown our In stolid ig selves mors attentive. colors. Every voter should vete. norance of the great and imporus by the tant duties assigned officials our of of the The authors CP. existence, the frtat Djshahoiu. have months and passed without years It. K. are determined to enforce QTi.tr a straggle to gain the even our making in every department of the road. At knowledge, now so moch coveted. How Terrace, yesterday, six hands were dis- many hours have been wasted, how charged for drunkenness and fighting. many days allowed to sink into oblivion in which so much could have keen adThe boys must observe the rules if they Ae it ded to our store of information want to slay on the road. is now, it caa only be said they were lost days, lost hours, for in them no good Better, far better, Mir Doo Owners of dogs should was accomplished we had never lived tkem than te that as te attention their elese animals, pay have to Qod gave us time to learn, a mad dog was running leose in town bnt we say, wonld not, and squandered it, last Tuesday night, and is supposed to not thinking er caring why lie gave that have eitten other canine. Tho rabid precions time. Can it not be understood, animal was the preperty of John Galla- that we will be held accountable fer ear useless waste of life ? gher, rhe killed it as sooa as he could We have now resolved in ear hearts to get near enough to do so with safety. be something better in future time. We wish to become great, good, and Any deg seen wiih symptoms of rabies noble not le gam the admiration otight te be shot at once. worldly-mindeof bat being?, of God, who never respects the I.fM$rasD We regrst to learn that We are trying lo elevate all Mr. T. Driver is again indisposed. our energies to the wise purpose of Ilitu Rheumatism bus attneked him mid he is who gave all we possess and net barter our soul for the feelings aud concerns exceedingly nawell and incapable of at- of the world. The aim is to spread suntending to business. However, nnder shine and prosperity and not shadows the management of Mr. Wade, the City and adversity; to help the weary, not merely to pitty them; to promote Ihe Drug Store will uot suffer, and its welfare of those with whom we mingle, trill meet with the same attention with disinterested and truly unselfish as though Mr. Driver tvbs present. motives. Wc know by this happiness will be secured to us while we are alao to make others happy. helping Foa Sen i. Mr. Carl C. Asmussen, ef We are organized in a retrenchment, Salt Lake, arrived here to day, with his or mutual improving sooiety, it matnot by which we are called. wife, on thir way lo Caehe, Bear Lalta ter As all de not understand the banc-ftt- s in travel and Soda Spring. Thoy te be derived from meeting their own couveyance, and mean to together and exchanging ideas with make a pleasure Ivip of it, Mr. Asmcs-se- n with each other, it may be proper to Reason will doing a little jewelry business by speak a moment about it. teach a such that if society properly earthe the way. vYe tviah thera a pleasant ned on, canuot fail to benefit those interested in it. It is net in dress alone we jeurney. are required io retrench, but in everyCrazt Agaix. Daniel Wood is in thing. It is according to our profession trouble again. Ever since "tho gloiiouB to appear in neat and plain attire, but Fourth" he has been on a tear, and as it takes time to bring about any refora consequence his eld enemies, the mation, and we do not wish to be too sirict and frighten ouv young friends snakes, and imaginary shooters have away. Our belief ia. that when we fully been after him.' Ue started off last enter into the spirit of our high and holy Monday, and after scaring many quiet calling, as daughters of a heavenly parent, wisdom will teach us how, aad what people iu different places, hauled up last to wear. By heaven-borauthority, we Dight at Mr. John Bittea's house, West have been forbidden to follow the foolish Weber. Mr. Ditten was in Ogden, and dawnward leading fushious of Babyand Ban got into the house and shut lon, but we ere equally obliged to forsake all other evils, to give envy or himself up in a room, declaring there no place in our hearts, to shun was somebody after him to kill him, and every appearance of evil, and cling to he woald shoqt and stab any one who the exhlting and ennobling principles of right aud justice, and I think it is the A numattempted to come near him. feeling of alt, thut we renew our diliber of wen surrounded the house, gence from this very day. On this memand afier considerable trouble secured orable day, when our Father in heaven him. Meesra, Thos. Etherington and permitted His tired and persecuted children to reach our niountaiu home. Jas. McFavlane broitght him to Ogden, " And now, kind fnmdii word to you i Pleane "I"1'1 wif and tlelivered him over to deputy sheriff critic ej our 'costume view; W. Hen. Clark. The County will have RpatraW-; gun-ris- 1 ! Glee. Followed by Bisfc P W W. Ward of W illiard City7 Schools sang "All Hail my Sabbuk School-mates A Christensen, SuPt. of school. f(r Box Elder County, was the first speakt Mnsic by the brass band. Schoole sang "Zion is Growing " 8peech by Chas. Kelly, Marshal i' the day. Singing by the Brigham School choir, "The Sunday Jr "' fort. Great credit is duo to the gsporintft-dentof Schoola, the Marshal of tho and bis assistant?, to Miss Minuit Sat for the sweet music from the Orgin; ti Mr. S. Lee, conduetor of tho siugingami te all who labored to make the exerciif so plea?aat, agreeable, interesting art instructive. Tho afternoon was speat in recreations, suck as Copenhagen, aanoing, etc. the oveniug, the Brigham city DramaM Association, nnder the managenent f. Mr. Robert L Fishbura, presented ti drama of "Temptation" followed by tie faroe of "Ilaady Andy." Consider that it was the debut of the msjor portion of ths association, the perfunasw was very creditable. s vrii horie-raoin- j, 1 pa-iro- n City Sabba School Schools sang "Our own Sundj-School." Speech by Charles Wright, Sunt i' Willard City Sabbath School. Singing, "Hark Listen to the Mom'' by tho Willard City Sabbath School. Schools eang "Our Jubilee." Music by the Marshal Band. Speech by John Hughes of Three Mi! Creek. Singing, "Eeautiful River," by tU Brigbam City Sabbath Schosl ehoir. Schools saDg "The Children of ttt Saints." Willurd City Sabbath School IStf "Never Forget the Dear Ones." Speech by H. Boyington, of Bijfr River City. Schools eHg, "'Tis sweet to Slier' i Voices." "W:illard City Sehool sacg a rouri, The Hunter winds his Bugle horn." Speech by James May, Sapt. of Ci!ii Fort Sabbath School. Speech by Robert L Fislibuia if Brigham city The Brigham City Sabbath Seift! sang "A Home in Heaven." E3ra Barnard, of Call's Fort tutjt next speaker. He was followed bj tin C Wixom, Supt. of the Brijli City Sabbath Sehool. Schools sang, "We are ToluntMra" Speech by Brest. Lorenzo Snow. Schools saug "Thanksgiving AntheS. Speech by Mr. Jonathan C UTrijbK Brigham City Sabbath School ihO sang "Have you Spent a Pleasant Vi' A vote of thanks was ttndertd ttfu who had aided in the oxeniiei of U day. Dismissed by Thomas HarparsfC!1, d and had paid nothing, until she finally made out his bill, and handed it to him. "Madam," says he, "I have bat one way to pay this bill: I must stay and board it out." A Maine man who wa9 dying arranged his worldly affairs very coolly. the opposite point of the com pas?, "As to the funeral,"; he said, after jn4 are as much opposed to feulale everything elsa had been settled, "I suffrage as they once were in favor guess Sam Hubbard had better lead 4f it. While trying to deprive every the services. He's an "easy fluent talker, and I alters liked to hear him. person in Utah, who It Vrvcd differ I've had dcalin's with him, and oilers ently from themselves of the right i found he set out things about ioti.ke eare of th ' unfortunate just to hold office or .serve as jurors, they as they was'."'' ", again as an Insane person. , oy 8.W.t?l tha southern pot part of Brieh where a Tabernacle is in "ueor ewv ion, when loud and hearty cheers lo without their regular allowance of iven and t e party.numh.rin, .7 f 800 scholars, besides hi genuine liquor, ea Sunday, to brinji escorted by the brass band undVrT their bottles and have tkem filled Satur W. II. Clark wants those of his customers who can't Respectfully, Jamks P. Chasdiji- - Stock Holders Meeting. MKETITO of the 0 EXAH KORXUKRX A PANT will be held in th HOrBMofj WD 0 KAIL LOGAN II ALU ef Uth. on th. four AMJ Oouty,Territo,y fcind A. D., 1874, at U .lay, AUGUST &r for the Election .fmRKC': year. A yronii t saw Hill ttrt lnce reqnMUMl- Off Re - MOSES THATCHEB Secretary of the Ces V. N. It. R. Co., . H.y. I'Mh, 1S74. ., rf rk Q THAT ED from my plac lMtlrU, PfJ, br4nd on left .hnulder-i!!eg- .W; and nndorbit in left. crop :.t .1 In tka ntrn. . Informatien that will lend te Ur reeoverj, receive the atore reward. aTKfHKNMAI.A 1st. llifctritt. Vf" PP"EjV l62-2- t. Stoleu or Strayed. av-eric- e - , ;,e - Phoviob Brfokeman p. us more. Toi-mm- At 9 am en of Brignao, noon. Bear Lrvke trout, salted went off like hot cakes on Main Street The Bear Lakers should send Tboct. door-keep- Miuaru r isr tb I'c'ion of Directors, which ij to tafc...la-it Logan on the 221 of August, a: (17-1- recedes-constan- i s3 operation by ticipated which the Territory ia to be depleted THE "LIlllUtAfJT A.D for the fattening of the crawling THE EAD1ES. things who are spinning their web One of the "liberal" things the fer the third of August. But they bo called "Liberals" have tried their i won't bloat much en what the catch hardest to accomplish, is the disfran- this time. chisement of the women of Utah. When the "liberals" romniencod Tabernacle Meeting. their work of "regeneration" in this On Sunday next, August 2d, a portion Territory they proclaimed aloud that of the First Presidency and Twelve if the women could only obtain the Apostles will hold two meetings in the tight to vote, polygamy would soon Ogden Tabernacle, to commence at 10 be numbered among the relics of the a.m. and 2 p.m. The people of the vaThis was uoised abroad rious settlements and the public generalpast. n I'oHy " Box Elder. pio-ni- a Let all things bt done according "Will you walk into my parlor, lo law, and let no patty, faction or said the spider to the fly." So says person violate the provisions of the the "liberal" spider to the"Mern!oi" statute regulating elections. on the wing ; preparatory to the an- e (From Thursdays Iakk NoTicK.rTbi AiUn'ipn f i. ...anoide of ihe Utah Northern fto--; ,il i directed lo 'he notice, iu aoo r JTEMS tile," will refrain from, exercising, in ball at behalf of the Territory and their own .Toms' Gfsore. The In attempting to speak in behalf of a big the be will Grove them Jones' conferred the young ladies Retrenchment .Society canae, upon right I will endeavor to portray the teehu i! weather the propitious proves by tho real Liberals of Utah to a thing of all. Should I eay anything nhioa With a good band, a fine h;vll, a magnifi voice in tho affairs ef the country. they do not approve ef, I trust it will bo SPIDERS AT WORK. throughout the land, and the Woman's Kights patty Echoed the cry, till it came to be considered th tie thing needful for the "down-troddewomen of Utah." On the 12th .f Frbruary 1870, acting Governor Mann signed a bill enacted by a "Mormon" 1egislaturf, conferring the elective fin neb ire upon "every tvotnsn of the age of twenty-onborn or naturalized in the United States, or th wife, widow or the or naturdaughter of a native-toralized citizen of the United States." Tb ladies, lod bleu them, used the right thus conferred, upon them, LOCAL, to obtain the repeal of U j W. T.. TWO MTir. MOHRI3. gait I n r, hlwk with white epotH on neck sf the ethfr dr via" brands no white spota on tmck; . aaimals roched on twain and Wj M P tor TKM DOL ARS reward . Ff ttX. P i1 fc , . a ? perwo who Iot h.ve en night r onr toeiety is oiilv young MAY. Calf. Pot On. Aj for jniproMuieut we liave Hcarce becun, fhito.wih rope around thwr eB putifnt then, and tiino to vou ll unfold? arrnnd. The eeoeer they at th1 io tu fuurp aE MMt 'to loll untold , . lUHft . sd TO JaMKS iiiu Tk th, t ,koJ . .