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Shiloh's System Vitalizer cures Dyspepsia, Inactive Liver, Sour Stomach, &c. (etc.). Guaranteed. Sold by O.C. Ormsby wholesale and retail druggist. When You Visit Salt Lake City do not fail to call at the agency for home made goods in the Old Constitution Building, and examine the stock of Flannels for Dresses and Plain and Twilled Flannels. New Styles in Shawls of different kinds. Waterproofs, Blankets, Linseys, Cloths, and all kinds of Woolen Goods, besides Trunks, Brooms, Soaps, and other home made goods at very low prices. Wholesale or retail. J.C. Cutler. A New Departure. Having been encouraged by the leading men of Logan to commence a Hotel, and realizing that the needs of the public require another such house, I have concluded to open a place of entertainment. My establishment is centrally and conveniently located, being situated on Third, between Main and Washington Sts. (Streets), and I am satisfied that it can be made a First Class Hotel. I expect to open the House between the 15th of April and the 1st of May. In addition conveyances will be kept for the use of guests, and for those who desire to take trips to the Settlements and Canyons surrounding. Due notice will be given to the public of the exact time of opening. Paul Cardon. A False Statement has been made to the effect that the Logan Meat Market had made an advance in the price of Meat. Notwithstanding the high rates for fat animals, we sell at the old prices. Come, everybody, and see. Needing fine Queensware and Glassware will do well to call at Z. C. M. I. They have just received their first shipment of Opaque China Ware, and will be able to sell at very reasonable prices. The latest and best patterns of Glass and Queensware are always on hand at Salt Lake or Ogden Prices. Pocket Knives from 10 cts. (cents) to two Dollars and Seventy-Five Cents each at the Bookstore. Rifle Match. On Saturday last, a rifle match occurred between the clubs of Wellsville and Hyrum, the result being a victory for the team first named. Following is the score: Wellsville Team. Thos. (Thomas) R. Leavitt---38 John Stoddard---------------41 James A. Parks--------------31 Andrew Archibald------------34 James Bekersell-------------33 Willard Park----------------39 A.K. Stoddard---------------38 William Murray--------------40 William Leishman------------31 ____ Total----------------------325 Hyrum Team. S. Corbitt------------------30 Geo. (George) Allen---------40 C. Goldsberry---------------36 Ole Hansen------------------34 John Wilson-----------------34 David Berson----------------35 Geo. (George) Nelson--------35 Iver Neilson----------------35 J.W. Maun-------------------28 ___ Total----------------------316 Sportsmen and Rifle Clubs Will find at Z. C. M. I. the best models of the celebrated Winchester Repeating Rifles; Cartridges, Reloading Apparatus, Caps, Wads, &c (etc.), as cheap as can be purchased anywhere. Case of Poisoning. A most deplorable event occurred on Tuesday evening last in this city. A boy aged 10 years, son of John Smith, the blacksmith, died from the effects of poison. His parents had given him worm seed oil in small doses; but desiring to hasten its operation, on Monday night, he took nearly or quite a tablespoon of the medicine without telling anybody of his act. Shortly after his mother gave him the usual dose. On Tuesday he became extremely ill and by evening Doctor Ormsby was sent for. The doctor immediately discovered the boy's condition, but it was too late to save his life. Everything possible was done to relieve him, but at 9 o'clock he expired. A good selection of Standard History and Literature, at the Book Store. Delightful Occasion. On Monday evening, Dr. (Doctor) and Mrs. Ormsby gave a party to their old friends at their fine new residence in Logan. The affair was a perfect success, and something long to be remembered. Among those present were Apostle Moses Thatcher, President W. B. Preston, Counsellor C. O. Card, Bishop Marion Lewis, with their ladies; Hon (Honourable) Lorin Farr, R. S. Watson, Esq. (Esquire), and numerous other well known people in Logan. Music, dancing and conversation made the time pass so pleasantly that the morning hours came all too soon. When the friends of the genial host and hostess dispersed it was with a feeling that no more enjoyable occasion of the kind could be recalled to memory. Special Notice. A General Meeting of the Board of Trade will be held in the Tabernacle on Thursday 25th last, at 11 o'clock a.m. for the purpose of electing officers to serve for the ensuing two years. A prompt attendance of the members is desired. Jos. (Joseph) Quinney, Secy. (Secretary). Hyrum. The choir of this ward gave a vocal and instrumental concert, on Saturday evening last; and although the cold was severe, there was a very fair attendance. The programme was well selected, and the singing excellent, as also the performances of Messrs. Savage and Andersen on the violin. Miss Robbins and Mr. Savage presided at the organ. The evening's entertainment reflected the highest credit to their leader H. H. Petersen. A general good time of health. Only one death during the winter and that an infant that had been sick from its birth. The thermometer registered 25 degrees below zero at 7 a.m. on Saturday last. C. C. S. Hyrum City, Mar. (March) 16, 1880. Lost! Lost!! Lost!!! But Found! Found!! Found!!! -a poor widow woman has found it at last. You can all find it by calling at C. C. Johnson's Music Store and seeing the new improved Crown Sewing Machine and the World's Wonder Orgainette and other things that you all want. C. C. Johnson. Good Tailors. The firm of Hanson & Nielsen, merchant tailors, is well known to the people of Logan. They call attention, in this issue of the Leader, to their business. A large stock of homemade and imported suitings is carried by them; and really good work is done at the lowest prices. Before sending elsewhere for clothing, people should give our own tailors a call. Shiloh's Consumption Cure cures Coughs, Colds, Asthma and all Lung Affections. Sold by O. C. Ormsby, wholesale and retail druggist. The most popular and fragrant Perfume of the day "Hackmetack" try it. Sold by O. C. Ormsby, druggist. Everyone is surprised to learn how cheaply he can get Illustrated Bibles at the Bookstore. R. Hayball, Anatomical Bootmaker, Logan. School Books, Slates, Writing Papers and Inks, Pencils and School Supplies of all kinds in large varieties, at the Book Store. Attention Is Called. The proprietor of the Pioneer has something to say in this issue of the Leader to all those who are indebted to him. Attention should be paid to this notice; and parties who have accounts will do well to settle them immediately. The different phases of an extensive business sometimes require speedy settlements, and when such is the case those interested usually find it to their financial advantage to comply with the requirement. 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. Remarkable Improvement. D. B. Lamoreaux, Esq. (Esquire), is improving most remarkably. The extent and intricacy of the operation recently performed on him were such as to make his speedy recovery very doubtful. But the blessing of Providence was upon him; and under the care of Doctor Ormsby, also aided by his own iron constitution, his condition is extremely encouraging. Lakeside Library. I have just received 500 numbers of this popular library, which I sell at from 10 to 20 cents per number. J. T. Hammond, Bookseller and Stationer. A large assortment of Diaries for 1880, at the Book Store. If you want a Blank Book or Memorandum Book of any kind or description, go to the Book Store. For Lame Back, Side or Chest try Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by O. C. Ormsby, Druggist. Boot and Shoe making in all its branches. Good work, low prices at "Our Shoe Shop." Born. Apperley. - In Logan City. Friday, March 12, 1880 to the wife of William H. Apperley, Esq. (Esquire), a fine son. All is well. Legal Notice. In Probate Court, County of Cache, Territory of Utah. In the matter of the estate of Dr. (Doctor) John Wiseman, deceased. Notice for publication of time appointed for proving will, &c (etc.). Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on the 17th of March, A. D. 1880, notice is hereby given, that Friday, the second day of April, A. D. 1880 at 11 o'clock of said day, at the court room of Said court, at the Court House in the County of Cache have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said John Wiseman, deceased, and for hearing the application of William Goodwin and Jacob West the issuance to them of letters testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contact the same. Dated March 18, 1880. James T. Hammond, Clerk. F. F. Petersen, House and Sign Painter. Waterproof Canvas Signs a specialty. Logan, Utah. The Cheapest Fence! (Illustration). Scott Patented Four Pointed Steel Barbed Wire. The Most Durable Fence in the World: Warranted Pure Steel Wire; well protected from Rust. Weighs One Pound to the Rod and contains more Barbed Points than any other Wire in the market. Sold only By George A. Lowe, Ogden City - Utah. Nearly Three Million (Left Side Reading Up) Genuine Singer, (Center) Illustration Lady Using Machine, (Right Side Reading Down) Sewing Machines, (Bottom) Now In Use. Beware of Counterfeits! The Singer Manufacturing Company, Logan, Utah. Franklin Merrill, Agent for Northern Utah. (Illustration of Block type building with printing spiraling around the building). (Horizontal printing in and around building design) Wall Paper, Dinwoodey Furniture, Upholstery, H. Dinwoodey's, Furniture. (Vertical printing all around edge of building design) Upholstery Goods, Baby Carriages. (Bottom of advertisement, under the building design) Parlor & Bed Room Furniture, Building And Roofing Paper, Carpets, Feathers, Oil Cloths, Mats, Lace Curtains, Lambrequins, Window Shades, Window Cornices, Hair and Wire Mattresses, School Desks, etc. H. Dinwoodey's, 77, 1st South Street, Salt City, Utah. Enamel Paint! Mixed ready for use. The Best Paint In The World. No skill required in its application. Excels in Durability, Beauty, Brilliancy and Fire Proof Quality than any other paint made. Its Cost Is no more than pure lead and oil - which is unmixed and not ready for use - whereas the Enamel Paint is all ready for use, will cover more surface than any other paint, giving no trouble or waste in mixing, possessing greater beauty, and outwearing any other - facts which warrant us in the assertion that for a period of ten years it will save the consumer fully Fifty Per Cent. As A House Paint It is the most perfect substance known, possessing unsurpassed beauty, great brilliancy of color, adhering firmly to the wood, and giving the richest, most agreeable and uniform tints. Our Wagon and Machinery Paints From the finest vermilion to the cheaper colors, are specially fine. Every person owning a wagon, or any kind of machinery, should keep a can of it on hand, and occasionally give them a fresh coat of paint. It would take but a few hours time, while it would add to the durability and appearance of the articles a hundred times its cost. Its Convenience of Form is Readily Apparent. Being already mixed of the proper consistency to put on, requiring no thinner, and of any required shade or color, and in any quantity desired, aside from its other advantages, make it desirable for Farmers and others who may not be skilled in the art of mixing and tinting, but who wish to do their own painting. The use of these paints obviates the necessity of procuring skilled labor, as any one can apply them. With this paint the consumer has to purchase no oil, pigments or dryers. He has no mistakes in shading to correct, and it is only necessary to ascertain the number of square yards to cover and the shade to apply, which can at once be purchased, so mixed that it will spread evenly, flow smoothly, and dry rapidly. These facts, together with there being No Waste, make it the most convenient paint ever made. Put up in 1/4, 1/2, 1, and 5 Gallon Packages, and in Barrels, Pure White, and any shade of color desired. Also Eureka Paint in 1 and 2 pound cans, same quality as Enamel. Send for sample card of colors and price list, which are mailed free on application, to G. P. Culmer, General Agent for Utah Territory, Salt Lake City, C. Traveller, agent for Richmond. Franklin Co-op, agent for Franklin. Smithfield Co-op, agent for Smithfield. THE Bain Wagon! The Bain Wagon is now enjoying the Largest Sale of any Wagon in and West, and it is because they are honest, reliable, and durable. Call and see them now as improved. Prices reduced to suit. Sulky Plows vs. Gang Plows. Make inquiry from us of the advantages of Sulky Plows, and then examine The Cassady - Oliver Chilled - Sulky Plows. By using The Triumph Grain Drill, you will get full crops, as the grain stands the winter and drouth (drought) well. The improved "S" Barb Steel Fence Wire Has the barbs fast on both wires, can neither turn nor slip. It is the best now in use. We keep a general line of Agricultural Implements at our Depot in Ogden, Main and Fifth Streets. Sebree, Ferris & Holt, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Terminus N. R.R., Idaho, Kelton, Utah.