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IRELAND'S THE ELECTIOX OF IIOX. MiU TOX HOOTII. 3TETV The effervescence of that most imOn last Saturday the joint conven- pulsive of all people, the Celtic, has tion of the Legislature of California, settled down to a calon, quiet state Newton Booth of repose. The Irish character is elected to the United States Senate. This marked by incongruities and idiosyn-cracic- s that have long baffled intelligiresult will be hailed with accl imation ble explanation. Tenacious to the tradi81 a signal triumph of the conservative element of the nation, and as a tions of their country; proud of its well deserved rebuke to the inter history, faithful iu frieudship and meddling, arrogant and oppressive loyalty, yet relentless in their antipacombinations that have been arrayed thies, they have been restless and against popular right and the public ever rebellious under the thraldom nccurity. The discomfiture of pow-itu- 1 imposed upon them by the Saxon. A and wealthy corporations whocc new era begins to dawn upon the unwarranted interference in the green isle, which has been exalted or d.il-Han- No exertion has been spared by the railroad monopolists to defeat the purposes of tho honest and incorruptible advocates of resistance to their prodigious power. Mmcy was lavished with unstinted prodigality to avert the blow which the election of Booth has inflicted upon their The halls of continued supremacy. the legislature resounded with the rapid declamation of their parasites, who' maintained their title to the rule aud political enslavement of the masses. A venal press was subsidized t) uphold their claim to dictate the policy of a people who have writhed under a galling yoke ever since they assumed 'the extraordinary privilege of controlling tho affairs of State that of right belonged only to the people, the true soured from which power pprings. They have been baffled in thoirfefforts, repudiated with honest indignation, and been warned that their unjustifiable usurpations of authority will no longer be brooked. The most significant lesson taught by the triumph of Booth is one which - s e. epidemic. From Sunday's Tribune: Col. Granger and Col. A. Doubleday havc lieen placed on the retired list after a service of thirty years. Mr. Paddock has' received a letter stating thai men are working for $2.50 a day and paying for their board at Frond Guiana, and many are glad to work for their board. It is the worst place to get to nnd the hardest to get away from. Geo. Chrisman, formerly of Sa'tLake, died of yellow fever at Caysune, French Guiana, on the 10th of August. Times in Lewislon are tolerably lively and the mill at Camp Floyd is working to the satisfaction of everybody. Saturday was the most busy day that Salt Lake has seen for many weck9. Miss Jean Clara Walters wilt appear in the French Spy. . wo-ma- NOTICE. PAltTIKS OWNING, OU CLAISI.W ALU to t watered from thu W il.w IrrK-tmto cmno Company Onal, uinl irproxent their respective Hint, of rn ou the 6th of Jan. next, lf74; when im third f no estimate cunt of const jiirtion, riui mo rents per acre in casti is mpurcu per acre, he paid. Wo'rk will also again he resumed on th above "Infe.' Jiv Order of tho Hoard. Y. D. rETTERSON, ?eefy t; il j OYESnOIES!! HOCK sSpEING AND : . per- - sons desiring information on the subject, who and what a citizen, or Theater Last Satvrdat NioHf.Al one entitled to constitutes vote or act us a juror, fair audience assembled last Saturday and oblige, e Many Frieshs. vening, when the drama of Man" was presented with goad By virtue of the fourteenth amend ' effect. Mr. Lindsay sustained his part ment of the Constitution of the United with usual spirit. Messrs. (J. J. Wright, States, all persons born or na "uralized J. L. Dee, Wright, Horrooks and others iD the,United States, and subject to the rendered their characters with anima- jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the tion. Mr. dtldwt-.l- l did not know his United States and of the States wherein part, and we recoinuieud thtt he devote they reside. Every cUueti of the United a little more time to study. Mrs. G. J; States and of the State where he resides Wright was, at usual, perfect aud at- is entitled to vote at all elections, and to tractive. Mrs. Uewriug was, of course, discharge all the duties that belong to Ben did; her rendition of the character citiiensbip By virtue of this amend- of Mrs. Willoughby caul not be improv- ment, all Indians, Chinese and other ed upon. Sain, that bay Sain. was. fin . persons born or naturalized in the United The j'lay gave great baiUfaciiou, und re- States, are citizens thereof, f,ror,'dnf, ceived much appLuie. ?.'! thereof, j hey are subject to :l"e "Ticket-of-Leav- j 1 ! I ! COAL! COALV8 LLE $ 9.50. Rock Spring, weuvereu, Coalville. , i'. 'Delivered,' T lit . broke into a store at Bingham Canyon last Wednesday nnd selected an assortment of dry goods and He was arrested and fined groceries. $100 aud sentenced to imps isonment in the county jail for a term of six months. An individual offered to find aud return a set of faro tools of which a gambling den had been robbed, lor a reward of !? 50.00. At the appointed hour, as he was about to receive his price, he was arrested and li eld to appear before the Probate Court for trial. The children of the Progressive Lyceum of Salt Lake held their second exhibition last night. .' H is said that the Saturn smelter at Sandy station, now under attachment, is to renew operations. has become aa Bobbing clothes-line- X ; 1 A Chinaman n, The principles thus enunciated by them are not revolutionary and for the first timo iu seven centuries of" misrule, a sagacious, practical movement has becu su:rsrested. corrupt monopolies, aud spurning with disdain the advetittous influences which jvcre brought iuto, requisition to 'tamper with political morality, California has nobly vindicatcdj her claim as leading in the vanguard t'zen?" What Is si ' of reform. Editor Jusctiox : Please state to a large number of to-da- gold-heade- contributing their just proportion of the imperial expenditures. This is all they ask, in other respects the statutes of Ireland are to be undisturbed. In asserting her independence from ent conflagration, it ,ws funttd extin, guished. A Scandinavian wished to exchange a pair of No. 10 boots for a size or two larger at the store at which he purchased them. The storekeeper denied that the boots had been purchased uf him. Violent language was mutually exchanged, blows followed, then a polieemm took them under his gentle care to await the settlement of their differences' in Court fellow-towusma- d, From Sunday's,.,. An alarm of fire Saturday night called out the engines and a large crowd, but upon arriving nt the scene of the incipi- s. post-oflio- nt e, Con iKNsvni;X5. aid: pat-rjn- s, successfully established by Austria is now asked for by the reflecting people of yet always interesting Ireland. They have taken initiatory steps to secure the restoration of their and country to local constitutional privileges. It is proposed that they be invested with the exclusive authority of managing their own' affaire by a Parliament of thejr own, uuder a federal arrangement and of controlling Irish resources and revenues, subject to the obligation of ill-fate- now, as he says -- he was taken in once, and he can't be again." A husband and a fat fee are lost, but the first article is still plentiful in the murket. Semi-weekl- bercco!vcd with; heartfelt exthe people of Irelaud. pressions of gratulatlon. So long The same policy which has been have we been Bubject to and unholy in influences high places, that corrupt it had become to be generally accepted as a settled fact that political was a mythical term. The declaration of the most unscrupulous statesman of his ago, Horace Wal-polthat "every man had his price," was considered au axiom in politics nnd finance.- But the resolute spirit of the Legislature of California has given a refutation to the reckless as: Btrtion of a reckless demagogue. ' All the enticements of power, and the allurements of wealth have failed to seduce the honest representatives of that State from the walks of honor and duty. correspondent at burned child dreads the fire, and th bcro of a little drama won't have her silk-wor- Self-governme-nt 'will A Bloomington, Idaho, informs us that the 22. from Monday' t Daily of Dec. mfriing prospects in that neighborhood are very good. A shaft at the mines Tub Style. The German and the has been sunk to the depth of seventy Lancers will be introduced at the parfeet, and before Spring they will be so ties iu Ogden this winter. Those dances far developed as to give assurance of are et ill us popular as ever, in the Eastsuccess. Improvements and buildings ern cities. of different kinds are in progress in the weather is The Union Purine Ex- that settlement, although very severe. A slight shock of an press Co. contained among its freight, was felt on the 18th of this last Saturday, a consignment to Chicago earthquake aud a general panic occurred. from Japan. TlVy are of mouth, of great value and retire tho greatest atAccident. On Wednesday, the 17th tention and care in conveying them by inst , William Guin, with his son Wil rail. liam, a man about 30 years of age, livMiss Desix. Miss Kate Denin passed ing at Unionville, or Hoytsville as it wni were through Ogdea yesterday evening on her formerly called, in Summit County, William Jr. wheu a in sleigh, way to California. Her engagement at riding of which a aDd hold dur-iureached out g pole got Salt Lake was most successful, and her st'iy in that city made a multi- he thought would do for a fishing pole, and while putting it into the sleigh, tude of friends. brought it, in contact with the hammer of a gun lying there, when the piece A Sleigh Sjiashkd. Last night a was discharged, the shot entering his team with the remnants of a sleigh, dash- left arm and inflicting an ugly wound. ed up Main Street, and were stopped in Dr. of Coalville, was sent for, McLain, their furious career, by running against who dressed the wound and pronounced the sign post of the Ogden House. No it not could inflammation if dangerous one came forward to claim the animals, be down. kept and Messrs. Carroll and Lee took them to their stable, where they may be claimESS Gov. Thos. E. Bramlclte, of Loued by their owners. isville, Ky., has given three years to the building up of a Public Libra.iy in LouJunctNo Taper. The which he intends shall be the ion- will not be issued on Saturday next, isville, best iu the country. He is doing it by n in order to give all persons connected series of Gift Concerts, the profits of with t bis otiice an opportunity of enjoyThe third which go to tho library. ing the Christmas holidays. Our and the distributed we are sure, will indulge us for drawing has been which fourth, postponed to just once In seeking that relaxation which is distributes M,arch 31st, $1,500,000. Gov. eo desirable to all who are ever faithful Bramlette has almost doubled the busito the fatiguing duties of an enterprisness, of the Louisville Eighing journal. teen clerks are kept busy twelve hours each day sending off circulars in answer OunEtt or the Week. Parties, socia- to inquiries for liickcts. bles and happy reuuions wiL be the order of this week. Ladies are busy preparing Christinas trees for the many festiEaell, the Man. As "Ogden goes, vals that will be given ou Christmas eve. so goes the Territory." Our A. II. Earll, is, by the sufPy the by, the owner of that seventy pound turkey, that he had fattened for frages of his fellow citizens including the lust thanksgiving day, aud of which he softer sex, declared to be the most popud was robbed by a conscienceless vandal, lar man in. the Territory. The has got another of tmalicr proportions, cane is decreed to him as the and on Christmas day, he declares, he trophy of victory. Ou the last night of will "make the feathers fly." the Fair, tho ballot stood as follows: Earll, 72i"; Judge McKean, 408; Judge Lan-naPbobatk Court Court met this Hagan, 94; Mayor Wells, 07; P. 55; Gov. Woods, 45; Gea. Morrow, morning. The case of Messrs. Cook nnd Leavitt, which was appealed from the 22; Judge Tili'ord. 21; scattering, 11; a clear majority of 314 out of 110G votes Magistrate's Court, was tried before a he charge was gambling. Mr. cast. The cane realized $703. jury. Leavett was fined $50, and Mr. Cook $10. . A Sine Scene. "Aman never gets case of Mingo, indictid for mur-ile- r into a T,li difficulty but what there is a woin the first degree, was commenced man nt the bottom of it," said the witty this morning, an I the jury is at this Gautier to a friend. "There you are hour being empanneled. mist 'ken," was the reply, "for a man has just fallen from the fourth etory of N.xstt Fall. On Tuesday last a young a d building and broken his neck; a man named Asper, brakesman on the was not at fault in (hat instance.'' Summit county narrow guage railroad,' "Certes she was, for tho fellow was was coming down a very sleep grade watching a beautiful woman as she was with some flat cars when he allowed the on her promenade, and putting his head speed of lie train to reach to a great too far out of the window, lost his balpitch bt'forc he applied the brakes. See- ance and fell." Two brothers in the southwestern ing that the (rain had got beyond hid control he jumped, nnd striking the ground part of this city, were devotedly attachheavily, dislocated his shoulder.. He is ed to a young lady of Box Elder County, progressing favorably under good nurs- but lately a resident of ' Ogden. The ing. elder of the two resigiied'his claims to torn the younger one, as ho said he did not The Wallace Troupe will want her. Arrangements were made appear this evening at the Ogden The- for the bridal ceremony, the bridegroom atre for tiie fir.'t time, and offer for the and deliroua with joy expectant, happy entertainment of the people an excellent at the fruition of his the maiden, hopes; Songs, farces, dances, programme. coy and full of eager anticipations of a declain it ions' and other attractions conbright future." Yesterday evening was nected with Eihiophiaa minstrelsy, will the time appointed for a union of the bo given. Tho Company have lately twain into one "for aye and evermore." returned from the East and their'perfor-mance- s Justice Mid'dleton was engaged to join are highly spoken of, wherever ' given exhibitions. A rich the youthful couple in the bonds of holy have they wedlock, but as the hour approached treat hi promised to all who seek amuse- for the performance of the rites, Fad to ment. , relate, the capricious damsel refused to Too Mcoit or It. A farmer from tho comply with the solemn promise she had made. The youth did not become neighborhood of Mairioti's Settlement hitched his team to a post in front of a frantic, nor tear his raven locks, nor yet store lust Saturday morning, lie had contemplate submitting the questiou of his exit from this mundane disposed of his butter, nnd when he weut making of sin and trouble to the arbitrasphere missto his wagon to get it, it was found ment of a bottle of laudanum. Not he, ing The same unfortunate man was he too was off his took lie and a and bolt boots of practical, rubbed of a pair clothes and donned his good few moof cotton which he bad bought a ordinary ments before starting for home in the apparel, nnd kept up a stout heart. The brother of the disappointed suitor (old evening. He is now wondering whether it is necessary to watch his team all the him that it was his iutention, yesterday, time, to secure the safety of the goods in to break up the match, but concluded, i to Jay, let him have the girl. A his wagon. Silk-wokm- by a Sheridan, a Moore, a Grattan, and host of warriors, poets and statesmen. The abortive and powerless movements which were inaugurated to achieve the emancipation of Ireland, have yielded to a more rational proceeding than tho ludicrous and fanatical agitation of Feuiauism, which has happily been consigned to Irishmen are beginning to learn that the stability of the United Kingdom cannot be impaired. Their resistance to an inevitable destiny, cannot evoke from the depths of their despair any benefits to their race or to their advancement in civilization. To resort to further measures for an idle aud imbecile endeavor to overthrow the rule under which they live, is not only impractiThis they cable, but suicidal. have at last discovered. They have learned from the expert- ence of Hungary, that they are compelled to accept the terms which the foreigner has dictated. Hungary enjoys now all the rights and advantages of au independent nationality, exexcept in name. ists iu that coun'try as much as can be expected under an autocratic rule. Its autonomy is enjoyed to the fullest extent, and the contentment which prevails in the land of the Magyars has not beeu witheut its effect upou political affairs of States, menaces the very existence of free institutions, is an admonition to the country, that tho privileges of au insolent clis uhall be curtailed, and that their with public virtue shall be visited with merited reprobation. Fhom Tdauo. LOCAL ITEMS. LIFE F.n ff ' . 10.00 7.50. 8.00. liv r.r.ttinr Gix! Clean Coal. YARD AT U. P. FREIGHT DEPOT. .... ' Orders left nt Douglass ' Mf at Market will ' " promptly lilted. .'JOHN HNCOCfc. sl04 3m. CARDON BROS., LOGAN, doors west of Meeting Hall. S ;. i WATCHES, ' M " ' CLOCKS, , , ' ' ,AXD ...JEWELM, Manufactured and Repaired. Alliums, IMclrtr Frame accuratePhotographs, or Ambvotjipes .... ly taken. Pictures Copied. OBSTACLES TO MAKiriAF--HV HAl't'Y KIXIKK FOK tho effect of Krrors Hiid YQL.NU MIA m early Abun r Manhood Kwtored. Impediment!, to Marrm rr New method of treatment. New and n.l Circu im.k inarkuMe remedies II W'L. froe, in eiUad onwlopw. AMrw. ASSOCIATION, No. JSuuil. Nihil. St.. n V a Inch phia. Ha.. a Iiuti Wtiou hi.riitg f..r honorable conduct "1 prtfes'ual mv.d. rlOl-C- 'r'