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A good selection of Standard History and Literature at the BOOK STORE. Jan0 tf --- A large assortment of Diaries for 1880, at the BOOK STORE. Jan9 tf --- Thanks. I heartily thank my patrons for their liberal patronage during the year 1879. Soliciting a continuance of the same for 1880, with an assurance of low prices and honest dealing. I am yours truly, J. T. Hammond, Bookseller and Stationer, Logan. Jan9 tf --- Pocket knives from 10 cts. To two dollars and seventy-five cents each at the BOOK STORE. Jan9 tf --- No. 183. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Feb. 18th, 1880. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to file the final proof in support of his claim and secure final entry thereof and that said proof will be ?? before the Register or Receiver of the U. S. Land Office Salt Lake City, U.T., on Monday, the 5th day of April, 1880 viz Robert N. Comish, Pre-emption Declamatory Statement, No. 6715, for the lots 1, 2, 3, & ?, Sec. 26, T. [Township} 15, N. E. 1 E. and N. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 & lots 2, 3, & 4 Sec. 31. T. [Township] N. R. [Range] 2 E. ??? acres, and he names the following witnesses to prove his continued residence of said tract, vix. Robert Gregory and Andrew Morrison, both of Richmond, Cache Co., U. T., and William Woodward and Wm. F. Webster, both of Franklin, Oneida Co., Idaho. JNO. [John] B. NEIL, Register. Chas. [Charles] W. Stayner. Atty for claimant. Feb27-?t --- No. 170. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Salt Lake City, January 22d, 1880. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim?, and secure final entry thereof at the expiration of thirty days from the date of this notice, viz. Thomas? L. Obray for the S. E. 1-2 Sec. 21 Tp [township] 10 N. R. [range] 1 E., and names the following as his witnesses, viz: Danford Bickmore of Paradise, Cache Co., Thomas Smith and James Rawlings of Paradise, Cache Co., Utah ??, said proof to be ?? March 12th, 1880, before the Judge or Clerk of the County Court at Logan. Jno [John] B. Neil, Register; A. D. Wheeler, atty. Feb?? --- LEGAL NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Anna Lau? Lee? Ian? deceased. Notice to creditors. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned executor of the last will and testament of Anna Lau? Lee? Ian? deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons issuing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary ??, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to ?? at my residence in Providence, Cache County, Utah. Notice is also given to all persons indebted to said deceased to call and settle forthwith or collections will be made as required by law. JOHN F. MADDISON, Executor of the last will and testament of Anna Lau? Lee? Ian? Deceased. Feb20-?? --- GOODWIN BROS. At the old stand on Third Street Logan Utah, Are still conducting a General Mercantile Business. They desire to return thanks to the generous public for patronage heretofore bestowed and respectfully ask a continuance of the same. Friends and customers will always find the Best and Newest goods at the Lowest Prices. nov13-3m. --- PIONEER STEAM MARBLE WORKS. Jas. [James] H. Brown & Son, Logan City, Utah. Having recently enlarged their business are prepared to do all kinds of work in stone. They are constantly engaged in sawing and dressing at their Steam Works all varieties of Native And Imported Marble, Sandstone, &c. Monuments for Cemeteries, and Marble Mantles a specialty. Call and Inspect Work and Prices. sept1-ly. --- To Masons & [and] Carpenters. Those who wish to work for a CITY LOT Situated on Logan Island, on which to build a home, would do well to apply to Mr. Camm, Logan. Jan30-2m --- F. F. Petersen, House and Sign Painter. Waterproof Canvas Signs a specialty. Logan, Utah. Sep6-tf --- NOTICE. The citizens of the Hyde Park Irrigation District are hereby notified that a Mass Meeting will be held in said Irrigation District on Saturday, the 13th day of March, A.D. 1880, at ten o'clock a.m. of said day at the School House in said District, for the purpose of forming a company by electing ?? not less than three nor more than thirteen Trustees, a Secretary and a Treasurer. In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of the County Court for Cache [unreadable line] 1880. [seal] James T. Hammond, Clerk of said Court. Feb20-3t --- NOTICE. It is the desire of the City Council that all bodies buried in the old Logan graveyard be removed to the new cemetery. For further information apply to the City Sexton. T. R. Cardon, City Recorder. Feb27-lt --- UTAH & NORTHERN R.R. [railroad] Time Table No. 10. To take effect November 30, 1879. -- NORTHWARD -- Passenger train leaves Ogden 6:30 pm -- Passenger train leaves Brigham City at 8:00 pm -- Passenger train leaves Mendon at 10:05 pm -- Passenger train arrives at Logan at 10:35 pm -- Passenger train leaves Logan at 10:55 pm -- Passenger train leaves Hyde Park at 11:15 pm -- Passenger train leaves Smithfield at 11:23 pm -- Passenger train leaves Richmond at 11:47? pm -- Passenger train leaves Franklin at 12:10? am -- Passenger train leaves Battle Creek at 1:03? am -- Passenger train leaves Swan Lake at 2:05 am -- Passenger train leaves Oneida at 3:27 am -- Passenger train leaves Blackfoot at 7:30 am -- Passenger train leaves Camus at 11:10 am -- Passenger train arrives Beaver Canyon at 1:10 pm. -- Freight train leaves Ogden daily, Sundays excepted, at 9:25 am -- Freight train leaves Brigham City at 11:20 am -- Freight train leaves Mendon at 2:25 pm -- Freight train arrives at Logan at 3:00 pm -- Freight train leaves Logan at 4:00 pm -- Freight train leaves Hyde Park at 4:30? pm -- Freight train leaves Smithfield at 4:45 pm -- Freight train leaves Richmond at 5:30 pm -- Freight train arrives at Franklin at 6:00 pm. -- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: Freight train leaves Franklin at 7:30 am -- Freight train leaves Battle Creek at 8:10 am -- Freight train leaves Swan Lake at 10:00 am -- Freight train leaves Oneida at 12:20 pm -- Freight train arrives at Blackfoot at 4:45 pm. -- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: Freight train leaves Blackfoot at 6:50? -- Freight train leaves Camus at 12:00 pm -- Freight train arrives at Beaver Canyon at 2:35 pm. -- SOUTHWARD -- Passenger train leaves Beaver Canyon at 2:55 pm -- Passenger train leaves Camus at 4:05 pm -- Passenger train leaves Blackfoot at 8:05? pm -- Passenger train leaves Oneida at 12:40 am -- Passenger train leaves Swan Lake at 2:05 am -- Passenger train leaves Battle Creek at 3:00 am -- Passenger train leaves Franklin at 3:55 am -- Passenger train leaves Richmond at 4:17 am -- Passenger train leaves Smithfield at 4:42 am -- Passenger train leaves Hyde Park at 4:50 am Passenger train arrives at Logan at 5:10 am -- Passenger train leaves Logan at 5:23 am -- Passenger train leaves Mendon at 5:50 am -- Passenger train leaves Brigham at 7:40 am -- Passenger train arrives at Ogden at 8:55 am. -- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: Freight trains leave Beaver Canyon at 8:30 am -- Freight trains leave Camus at 11:10 am -- Freight trains arrive at Blackfoot at 4:10 pm. -- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: Freight train leaves Blackfoot at 7:30 am -- Freight train leaves Oneida at 12:15? pm -- Freight train leaves Swan Lake at 2:30 pm -- Freight train leaves Battle Creek at 3:45 pm -- Freight train arrives at Franklin at 4:50 pm. -- Daily, Sundays excepted: Freight train leaves Franklin at 9:10 am -- Freight train leaves Richmond at 9:15? am -- Freight train leaves Smithfield at 10:25 am -- Freight train leaves Hyde Park at 10:55 am -- Freight train arrives at Logan at 11:00 am -- Freight train leaves Logan at 12:30 pm -- Freight train leaves Mendon at 1:05 pm -- Freight train leaves Brigham at 3:55 pm -- Freight train arrives at Ogden at 5:35? pm Geo. [George] W. Thatcher, Superintendent D. A. Swan, Train Dispatcher. --- ATTENTION ONE AND ALL! This is a dry season and you will want a Straw Cutter for hay is scarce. The U.O. Foundry Machine & Wagon Manufacturing Company Will manufacture you one on the best and most improved pattern as cheap as you can purchase the same of eastern makers. Having Built Six Shingle Mills And Five Saw Mills, we have gained experience sufficient to say hat we will put up machinery as cheaply and well as eastern manufacturers. 10,000 Carriage Bolts Just Received and for sale Cheap for cash. One Car Load of Wagon Stock Received a short time ago, which we offer for sale cheap. Wheelbarrow Wheels, Either Wrought or Cast Iron on hand. Brass and Iron Castings At the Lowest Market Price. Blacksmithing. We make a specialty of in all its branches. Address Ezra D. Carpenter. Superintendent. sept1-ly. --- UNITED ORDER of Hyrum, Hyrum City, Cache Co., Utah, Have on hand and for sale White and Red Pine Native Lumber. Planing of Every Description done with dispatch. Moulding And All Kinds Of Wood Turning. Address all communications to J. Unsworth, Business Manager. sept18-ly. --- CO-OPERATION! The Manufacturing And Building Company of Logan. Manufacturers of Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Rustic, Tapered Siding and Furniture. Planing and Turning done on Short Notice. Home-Made And Imported Furniture Etc., at Company's store, Main Street, Logan. Also Dealers in General Merchandise, At Store, three blocks west of Z.C.M.I. A large quantity of Good Home-Made Cheese, Made at the Company's Dairy, on hand and for sale at Wholesale or Retail. Henry Ballard, Prest., H. Hayball, supt. Address all correspondence to Chas. Nibley, Secy. sept1-ly. --- LOGAN MEAT MARKET (Formerly Z.C.M.I.) Just South of Logan Branch, Thatcher and Newberry, Proprietors. The Choicest Cuts of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, &c. Game in Season. Home cured hams and bacon a specialty. Jan9-ly --- Z. C. M. I., Logan Branch, will offer at an early day a full line of Agricultural Tools consisting of Shovels, Spades, Digging Forks, Hay and Manure Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Mattocks, Pruning Knives and Shears, Wheelbarrows, &c, &c, &c. In addition for SPRING TRADE will have Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats HARDWARE, Boots, and Shoes, Leather, &c., &c. A larger and better assortment than ever before. Moses Thatcher, Manager; H.S. Eldredge, Supt. Sept11-ly --- PIONEER DRUG STORE! O. C. Ormsby, Prop. Wholesale and Retail DRUGGIST. Drugs, Patent Medicines, Chemicals, Dyestuffs, Perfumeries, Combs, Hair and Cloth Brushes. Toilet Articles in Great Variety. Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Putty, Paint and Varnish Brushes, Sash tools, and Graining Combs, Coal Oil and Machine Oil. Choice Brands of Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes. Dealers will find our Stock Complete with everything in the stove lines. Produce taken at Highest Market Price. Sep11-1y --- WM. DRIVER & SON, The Leading Druggists Of Ogden City, Offer special inducements to wholesale purchasers in the northern part of this Territory. They are constantly adding to their already Large Stock And will give satisfaction to their patrons both in Quality and in Price. A Full Line Of The Best Liquors Always on hand for medicinal and family purposes. Orders by mail from responsible parties promptly attended to. sept11-ly. --- THE BEST GALLERY in Northern Utah is at T. B. Cardon's Third Street, Logan. Photographs taken and pictures enlarged in the best style of the art. Chromo- and steel engravings of any style and at any price. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry of all kinds. Buying only of responsible dealers I am prepared to warrant my goods. Reparing [repairing] done by skilled workmen. Sept?-ly --- DAVID JAMES The well-known dealer in Pumps, Piping, Gas and Steam Fixtures Has established a Branch House at Logan. Competent workmen alone are employed. A good stock of material on hand. Cooking Ranges Supplied with Reservoirs and Fixtures for hot water. All kinds of work done at the Lowest Rates. Satisfaction Guaranteed. sept1-ly. --- SIDNEY STEVENS, Wholesale Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Plows, Farming Implements and Machinery. Sash, Doors, &c. Also Flour, Grain and Produce. Agent for Howe Scales and Barb Fence Wire, North Ogden and Ogden City, Utah. sept11-tf. --- J. F. REED General Retail Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing. Boots, Shoes, &c. He keeps constantly on hand a choice and Complete Stock Of these Goods, which he sells at Bed Rock Prices In Exchange for Goods, Grain and Produce taken at Market Prices. 3d St., between Main and Washington, Logan, Utah. sept11-6m. --- WM. [William] H. MILES, (Of New York City) Has Commenced the Manufacture of Brushes! In Logan, opposite the Tabernacle, and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public who prefer Home Products. Brushes Made To Order. Save Your Bristles & Horse Hair. Stencils cut for marking sacks, etc. ly.