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HIS HONOR'S FIAT. During the late war to froquent was the formality of taking the oath i f allegiance as a test of loyalty) that its solemnity was contemptuously dis The indifference with regarded. hicli the sanctity of an oath was eonsideredja aptly illustrated by an incident, which presents thoeerio romio etde of the tragic history o ( that gloomy era. Some prisoners be longiBg to Jeff, Thompson's gueril las being captured, were offered their liberty upon taking the oath of alle fiance to the Government. "Whicli oath do you refer to, for we have ta ken so many within two or three years that we can't say to what Gov : ernment we really belong?" The repeated abuse of the great privilege guaranteed to the citizen ly the Habeas Corpus act, since Judjrc .';3AcKcan has arrogated to himself the authority of overthrow , law, in defiance o ing established usages and precedents has subjected to scorn and derision the writ, which was intended as a safeguard to the individual, and not ha a menace to society, It has be come a matter of notoriety that upon the most frivolous pretexts public offenders-anviolators of the peace tro turned loose o continue their cawell-define- d, posed to be an adept ia the artifices to which political schemers resort has succeeded in extorting from the Emperor an official indorsement o the action of his Government which has adopted rigidly proscriptive measures against the venerable Pon tiff's faithful children. The Emper or's reticence has been construed into a want of sympathy with the arbitra ry proceedings of his ministers in their harsh treatment of the Catho lies. But the Emperor throws off the reserve which he has persistent and admonishes the ly maintained head of tho Church of Rome, that according to the Constitution of his States, all the laws and Government measures require his consent and sovereign authority. The Emperor takes occasion at the same time to administer a gentle rebuke to his adversary for tolerating the intrigues of the priesthood in his realms, and for their efforts to disturb the relig ious peace which has existed in Prus LOCAL ITEMS. Frm Thursday's Daily of October EELIGIOTJsT 30. Grain Wanted. Wheat taken on outstanding aceounts for thirty days. Now is the time to settle up and "are M. p. IIAMMUjI), trouble. Attf.tiov. The herd will Co-o- leave the corral on Tuesday, the 4th prox. See advertisement. The stock of goods belonging Perry k Pritchctt.las been sold to James II orrocks, Esq. Sold. to the late firm of , Editorial Jovbnst. C. W. Penrose, Esq., Editor of the Junction, left this morning od a visit to Cache Valley. A pleasant trip and a speedy return. Autistic. done in first-clas- If you want any graining style, or to get your s carriage or wagon painted artistically, William Cbappel, on the Bench, he will suit you to a T. and perform his work substantially. to go Cottonwood, are all again in full operation. From the Tribune: SCIENTIFIC AND ROMANTIC. Alta from A correspondent City, writes that, with the exception of the T. Tudg-OF Flagstaff, the mines have made their last the ore of usual shipments during 4 OEfT FOR THE FOLLOWING week. The Flagstaff strike still continPom'tr V intert,n5 and reliable f book., "u' "it, ues, and the miners propose putting lie patronage: A macniflcent liens on the mine. pictorial Polvzlot v,;i ' the best for the n ice. Charley Voeman'a dead pet alligator F. Chamherlaing Commercial Law an, F,r is to be placed in alcohol nnd transmit Book, adapted to the wants efall. Georpe II. Nnpl.ey'a Law, o'f Life ami ted to Major Wheeler at the observatory, lorDr.males Ul.k and females. as a present from Mr. Yoeman. Dio Lewis on diBestion, a Scientific work. From the Corinne Reporter: Pilgrim's Progress, The Life and Adventure, of KebUu CrS About two thousand dollars in gold Term. Liberal. Look at Kaipiet dust from Carnboo. arrived yesterday. 62.;, Twelve or fifteen wagons loaded with ore arrived from Montana, Tuesday RADWAY' READ?" RELIEF! evening. From the Provo Times : In from One to Twenty MiVuti. The U. S. It. R depot is to be located NOT ONE HOUR after reading this advertisement ueed on the South side of town, at the foot of J0M SUFFER WITH PAIN RADWAY'S READY RELIEF 13 A CU11B Main Street. tm EVERY PA IX. Frovo wants a coal depot. It was the first and Is Grover ITiiitali, rtafl. i to the Ogden Junction January, of who are owing, either for advertising or St. Louis, the senior member of one of subscription, are hereby urgently resia for centuries. the largest wholesale firms in the United to settle their accounts, as wo The disputes and jealousies which States, and chairman of the Democratic quested exist among some of the leading County Committee, went West last even- cannot allow them to run any longer. ing, after tarrying here a few moments. Immediate payment is desired. Grain powers of Europe portray the evil Samuel Neil, Esq., a prominent citizen receipts, from Z. C. M. I. or any other effects of a false system of govern of Montana, arrived here this morning Btore in Ogden, will be accepted. ment. If the peace of Europe should ou his '' way East. be disturbed, if commotious should agitato the Continent at this time, reer of crime, upon an appeal to the when it may be said to be in a state District Court for release from the of transition, the cause may justly be attributed, not to any differences tfrasp of the law against which they Lave sinned. The most recent case affecting their political relations, but in which the Judge has undertaken to the rcstlessnoss which is occasion ed by a union of Church and State. )iO,u?u,rp the prerogative of nullify In the light of the nineteenth centu ing the statutes of the Territory, is in keeping with the presumptiou he ry such an alliance ia incompatible has shown in niany other similar in with the march of progress. There can be no harmony where an irre stances, i Ou the occasion of the destruction pressible conflict exists between two i,f the Clift House, by fire, one of antagonistic ideas retrogression and the guests of the hotel lost a trunk, advancement. The Church is, from which was afterwards recovered upon necessity, the embodiment of con the payment of a reward offered servatism, the State is aggressive. Two persons who were suspected of As long as the Pope claims an alle of liia followers as a temporal etealing tho truuk, were arrested on giance tho charge of larceny, A prclimi potentate so long will there be a of interests. He has been nary examination was held, and so clashing of his states, of his ptrong was the circumstantial evi- dispossessed dence crimiuating them, that they emoluments as a temporal sovereign, were held iu bonds to appear at the and is reduced to the condition of a next term of tho Trobato Court, and mere subject of Italy's King, whom iu default of security were committed he has anathematized for desecrating to prison. Thereupon, an applica the temples dedicated to the glory tion to tho .Third District Court was and perpetuity of the Church The made yesterday, by one of the parties Emperor of Germany cannot but feel for a writ of habeas corpus, which uneasy and suspicious, while the diswas granted, the Court maintaining content of millions of his own sub- tnat the magistrate who committed ects, who recognize the tiara as him, had erred in binding the pris- above the crown of Brandenburg, oner to appear before the Probate threaten to foment religious strife. Court. Thus another suspicious n endeavoring to propitiate, he has character has been' sheltered "by the only contributed to the infusion of tribunal, that should have extended new zeal in the hearts of the recu sants, and in inspiring them with the its protection to the community. It is useless to remonstrate where pirit of an offensive fanaticism. There is but one path which will protests have proven to be ineffectual, ead to a peaceful settlement of the but a due regard for the majesty of difficulties which endanger the peace the law, and the integrity of society, demands that justice should be ad- of tho world. Sooner or later it ministered with a view to the con- it must be followed. A complete diservation of peace and the mainte- vorce of the union between Church and State, the proclamation of civil nance of order. and religious liberty and the expansion of liberal ideas artf the beacons which, will illumine the way to TICS AND WILLIAM peace more enduring, than that The tart correspondence between which is maintained by the moral the Tope of Rome and the Emperor force of standing armies. The in- of Germany, which we publish in anexorablo logic of passing events reother column, might verify the trite quires the adoption of this method saying of Talleyrand, that "language ensure a certain solution of the was given to wan for the purpose of order in question of restoring concealing his thoughts." Mutual Europe on a permanent basis. assurances of friendship, and favorite expressions of good will, where the A wcetcrn reporter saw a bank most intense hatred exists are the president hurrying down town early cheap verbiage in which kings and in the morning, and at once interwily diplomats indulge to disguise viewed him, eliciting the important the rancor which they entertain to- information that the man of greenward each.' other.' The ; Pope; with backs had forgotten', tha previous evening; 'to get any beefsteak for tiagular tact forjoae who, i not sup breakfast, v v.,. , .:... . Hon. D. A. Gomo to tuk States' Prison. Four deserters, three attached to the 8th infantry, at Beaver, and one to the ICtb, at: Camp Douglas, passed through the city this morning, on their way to the penitentiary, at Fort Madison, Ia., to serve a term of two years in accordance with the sentence of a Court Martial. Captain Ogleby commanded the detail-icharge of the prisoners. Wheat. old-tim- Rksigxkd. We learn that C. M. Brown, has resigned big position as Conductor on the C. P. K. It. We are sorry to hear this. We know noth- ng of the circumstances which caused the resignation. Mr. Brown is very Stom-ac- n Health! Beauty! y the By Deseret Toll-grap- McGiuij Discharged. self-defenc- e. $1206 75 WATER MASTERS' REPORT. From this morning's For the quarter ending Sept. 30th, 1873. Salt Lake. The thrilling drama of the ''Woman in Red," was performed at the Theatre last night to a large audience. It was a success. An honest but pnor man found a wallet in the strest, containing $1,500, and upon returning it to the owner, was rewarded with $5,00. An employee in E. Reese & Co.'s oil and lamp store, discovered an abortive attenpt to destroy the building, in the neighborhood of the Kimball Block. St. Mark's Hospital was presented vatU a $100 silver brick from the Camp Floyd Silver Mining Company. Two other gentlemen are expected to fallow suit. From the Xetcs : The Utah Central switch at Wood's Cross, U being Extended considerably. Miss Cathcart and Mr.' Geo. Darrell take a joint farewell benefit on Friday evening. The Oermania refining vorks and the VfaWch'and Ataenean smelters.'' ti'tle , To delinquent taxes, June 30, 1873, " expended in labor and niatcrl " delinquent taxes. $376 3 153 68 1, ous Discharges from the Ears, and the worst forms of Skin DiKea., Eruption, Fever Sore, ScaW Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Arne, lihu-Spots, worms in the Flush, Tumors, in the Womb, and all weakening aud painfol discharges. Night Sweats, Loss of Sperm, ues" all wastes of the lito principle, are withiu thecurativs range of this wonder of Modern Chemistry, itn4 tew days' use will prove to any person using kt either of thoso forms f disease iu potent power W cure them. If the patient, daily becoming redued hy flu wastes and decomposition that is continnall.v prouud gressing, succeeds in arresting those wastes, repairs the game with new material made fn nd this the SARSAPARILLIAS healthy blood will aud does socure. Not only does the Sarsapariliinn Resolvent excel all known remedial agents iu the cure of Chronic, Scrofulous. Constitutional and Skin disisues, it is the only positive cure for KIDXKY an BLADDER COMPLAINTS, Urinary and W'h of diseases, Gravel, Dinbetes. Dropsy, Stoppage Water, InuoHtinenoe of Urine, Bright 1 Disww, Albuminuria, aud in alt canes where ttiernre brickdust deposit), or the water is thick, cloudy, wixed with snbshiucos like the white of n fS& or threads like white silk, or tliero is s morbiw,dt dark, bilious appearance, sud white seeposits, and when thore is a pricking, burning nsation when pasxing water, aud pain in thsDu of the bnck and along the loins. Price, WORMS. The only known and nr BemMT . for Worms Pin, Ta)e, etc. Cu-cer- s Bingham. Oct. 28. McGinty'a examination in regard to the shooting of Cody, closed at 4 p.m. McGinty was clearly exonerated: the decision of the magistrate being that ho acted in ' Condensations. Herald: Governor Bennett, of Idaho, is ill at EAWAY'S Dr. POLICE REPORT. favorably known in Ogden. From the For nine months, ending, Sept. SOth. days when the track was first laid 1873. here he has been recognized by our citi zens as a gentlemanly and well con- To fines, quarter ending March 30, ?110 25 ducted young man, and has preserved " 1S73, tti'J 60 tnes, quarter ending June SO, 1ST:?, the esteem and respect of all who are " fines, quarter endiug 660 tO 30, ISTa, " artitlo left on deposit,Sept. acquainted with hitu. . We should be $1250 75 sorry to lose him as a resident of our cash and some will be made By paid Treasurer, $1250 25 city, hope change " articles lelt un deposit, 20 50 that will alter his determination to remove. glands or orana, by one application, in fioraou. to twenty minutes, no matter how violent or criiciatiiift the pain, the IlheHm.itic, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or prestrtd with disease mav suffer' RADWAY'S READY RELIEF ill attord instant ease. Inflammation of the Kidneys. Inflammation of the bladder, Inflammation of the liowell Con pest ion of the Lungs. Sore Throat, Difficult Rrenthiiip. Palpitation of the Ileart. Hysteria Croup, Diptheriu. Catarrh,liifluen.a. Headache' Toothache. Neuralgia, Rheumatisia, Cu Chill, Aftue Chills. The application of the READY RELIEF to tW part or parts where tho pain or difficulty exi(U) will afford eaue unci comfort. Twenty drops in half a tumklor of water will a few moments cure Crumps, Spavins, Sour Heartburn, Sick Headache, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the Rowels, and all Internal Pirins. Travelers Munild always carry a bottle of READY RELIEF with them. Afc.H.- on water will prevent sickucss or paini frdai iiiniijre 01 waier. 11 is better man t rench Brandy cr Hi I tors as a stimulant. E cured for fifty cents. FLVEK AM) There Is not a remedial agent in this world that will cure Fever and Ague, audali other Malariotu, Bilious, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yollowand nthsr Fere (aided by Radway'e Pills) so quick as RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Fifty cents ner bottle. &,M . by Drnjgists. Mr. Pierce, the efficient agent of the Utah Northern in this city, gave us the figures, this morning, of the amount of wheat that has come down from Cache Valley since the first instant. It reaches AU the enormous quantity of one million seven hundred and niuety-sevcthousand seven hundred and eighty two Central Papounds, filling eighty-fou- r cific cars. This will be swelled to two million pounds by the 1st of November. That which came down ig not Stronjsand Pure Rich Wood Increase of Flesh counted in. It was all shipped west to ami Weight Clear Skin and lieautiful Complexion secured to all. Sacramento and Oakland. The shipments of barley and oats have also been large, the full amount of which we will give if they ever get Ssirsaparillian Resolvent Has made the uinKt fetonUhing cares, so quick, so through sending it down. are the changes the body undergoes, under This item about wheat is given merely rapid the influence of this truly wonderful Xledicine.th.it as an insight into the productiveness of EVERY DAY AN INCREASE IN FhKSU A.YD WEIGHT IS SEEN AND FELT. Cache Valley, as well as some little idea ;iti: vr m.oon pi kifier. of business on the Utah Northern. We Every drop of the 8AKSAPARILLI AN RESOwill add that the grain thus far sent LVENT communicates through tho Blood, Sweat, down is only the upper crust, and that Urine and, other fluiils and juices of the system the vigor of life, for it repairs the wastes of Hie it won't begin to arrive in bulk until body with new and sound material. Scrofula, Sabout the last of November. Corinne yphilis, Consumption, Glandular disease, Ulcers is the Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes in the GhnM Reporter, 2Lh int. aud ether parts ol the system, Sore Eyes, Strumto-da- Thk Dramatic Company. Our citi zens will be pleased to learn that the Ogden Dramatic Company will soon make their on the stage. They have ever been favorites with the people of: Ogden, and we bespeak for them in advance a cordial reception. We congratulate our people upon having an early opportunity of renewing their ac e friends, and quaintance with are rejoiced that home talent will be called out occasionally to enliven the long winter evenings by some of their popular representations. liu ltcmedv That instantly etops the most oxcrneiatine mum nnd cures allays Infiammuttone whether of the Lungs, Stomach, llowels orotsw n.' Subscribers Personal. Xlio Only TAKE NOTICE. 22i85 $376 63 SEXTON'S REPORT. For the quarter ending Sept. SOth, 1873. To tlte Hon. Mayor and members of the City Council of Ogden City. OrSTLEMEN. 1 beg leave U the numreport ber of interments in Ogdeu City Cometetv since the date of my last report of June 30th, iS73, is forty-on(eleven six adults, and e tat bt btne-dm- Tumor or by 13 Years' Growth Cnrea Roslvnt. Illwny' Rsvkrlt, Mass:, July f.1?69- - Dr. Rabwat: I have had Ovarian Tumor in tM ovaries and bowvls. All tho doctors saiu vas no help for it." I tried everything that saw yc recommended; but nothing he'ned nio. IVHt na Resolvent and thought I would try it; for faith iu it, because I had suffered I took six bottles of the Resolvent, aud oue wi Radwav's Pilla.aud two bottles of your Reeiy be s lief; and there is not a sign of tumor to twin 1 fel t, and I fool better, smarter, and happier as tumor worst The have for twelve yens. the left side of the Imwels, over the grm. t r. this to vou for the benefit of others. 7' HANNAH P. Ush it if you choose. DR. RADWAY'S, PERFECf PURGATIVE PlUj, .td Pcriectly uwteless, elegantly snd rtrw )b. gum, purge, regulate, purity, cleans. en. Radways Pills, lor the enrerf all d'or thirty-fivchildren. of the Stonmcl., Jjver. Rowels, Kidacys, Msd; Ditd from the folllowing causes: Nervous Diseases, Headache, Constipation. h Of old age, . net. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Bihou " . ' consumption, . . 2 Ferer, Inflammation of the Bowels, Piles " dropsy and heart disease, Viscera. . Internal 1 the of Derangements . . 1 toetleit a positive cure. Puwly typhus fever, . In child lied. miners erdeleteriousu t,.ii.,o. no Of cholera infantum, 10 Obwris the following canker and . lft fr.m Disordort of the Digestive Orpui-- uood " cbiiHumptini).teething, . 3 tion, Ifwai-- a Pi!?- -. Fallneii cf tbf " infantiU diseases, "fsws-Difgns- t 7 Head, Acidity of the Stomach in of Food, F'ullnes or Weight w or 41 ach Sour Mructutions, Sinking Total, of U h Swimming Stomach, of the Pit the I. CAN FIELD, Mutteri ug jB Hurried end Difficult Sexton. U.rt, Giokiug or Suffixatiug V of , !h, a Lying Po,ture. Pimneas cf Webs before the Sight. Fever and "Tel " Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Side, the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the e y(. and sudden Flushes of Heat, Bnrninginw m wiU A few dot.es of Railway's PUh diwrders. 4 U, TnOSR WISHING TO SEND CATTLE TO n bove-natvm fmm all tho , 'H l'ltise deliver the Vu 'if';0!'-npr,l- . box. Sold J?r0B,w-fll- , cent ott iu the Tithing Corrsll, ti Monday; the Jlnt ofwine True. No. ' vembcr. They will leave 011 Tu.wdav, the 4th. win ter stanvp to Riidway A Co., No; Ui IMS. Taylor. w Ywk. It.fbrfct ;. ,"1"u President.- cut JU, , , ,. .' ty..'i , fL .1 Jum2m. W llt f CATTLE NOTICE. TO t Pr R.MDrUoHl . ..., '-- tnmmmt ;'':'