|Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction
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|Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction
Pkusokal, - M Coc, Esq., one of the passing Fkom Biab, I 4Kb. Mr. David Oiborn An Awful Tragedy. through his arm. Two balls passed through Clay's clothes. arrived thia morning from Montnelier, The particulars of the Stowe fratri Mr. C. II. Wheelock, says that at Bear Lake Vallev. He came bv wav of cide, and the 'subsequent hanging ot Mount Pleasaut money is scarce. At a Soda Springs in a sleigh, and reports a neir as c iti b meeting there, the people donated 5,000 good sleighing all the way to within a Ilenrj Stowe, are, as follows: Iho village oi bushels of grain towards extending the little distance of Ogden There is only learned, consists a of portable saw-mi- ll Utah Southern Railroad.'" about six inches of snow In the Valley Itiga and three houses, occupied by the From yesterday's Herald: and scarcely as much at Soda. But in for his hands, amounted to seveemployees of the mill. It is situated supplied A in and much is it Cache E. M. grand school, deeper The Valley complimentary performance on the farm of John Riga, from whom Tun M. K. School. nty-five thousand dollars since spring. will be this evening at the Thea- the northern part, aooui e.gatecn tncnes jfc received its name L. Long will given Rev of Jt ;8 about 1: the awpicM under tre, in honor of Gen Morrow and the on the level. There has been no more miles BOrtnwcpt from tWs Winter the for it- pace Th(, prices commence officer late of since the manthe has terraqueous Douglas, Mr. Camp match earthquake was by a Long Ghosts In Trouble. Seven phanshooting friendly affair, erm on next Monday. d and the folks enjoyed the and agement. On the occasion will be the disturbance, and Henry John in advancing by in toms a gotten up hack, traveling from the become distinguished rumor "The Old tear tne Guard" and times without the "Nymph holiday gtowe, who invited their neighbors ami Ips success "Bench" towards the R. R. interests of education, depot, were of the or to participate. After drinking freely beneath the of either Lurleyburg." ground blings this in city. turned topsy-turvnear the bridge has been richly appreciated Washington County has voted three the politicians away up at Washington. of whiskey, the company, consisting above the Ogden House, on New Year's cent, for building school houses. Good health prevails at Bear Lake and of the two Stowes, (Jeorge and Jo- per eve. The female ghosts came o.it 0. K, OrThomas Mr. The CosonATULATioss. annual meating of the stockhold- prosperity smiles upon the people. seph Ocise, Kobt. Wolfe, and three Bat one of the masculine shades, in his have Marshall Mivi Emily ers of the Deseret National Bank, for the brothers named Reynolds, repaired to chard and their com- great nnxicly for the fate of the feminine election of a clearing near tne mill to participate upon On New congratulations Remorse a will held Sinkkr. at be directors, our of fainte.d dead The phantoms, in away. new partner-shiof the year tke office of the bank, January 13th. mencement Year's momine. a little before daylight, n the match. John btowc insisted at J. J- Mahou's, to the Union congregatod spirits and true The debts of the Tecoma, Flagstaff and seme gay youths who had attended the on loading the rifle for each competi- Happiness revived the flame of Orchard flickering dual life, Last Chance, are closed that each wedded pair, and may the "enry contended up and the Phantom Dance at the Union Depot i il and restored confidence and strength man snomu tne ior himfruit. cnarge gun debts of the company are being paid off. Iotel, after conducting their lady-pabear lovely to the ghostly party, and all proceeded self. Henry, however, acceded to the t Mr. Burns, late of the Delmonico res- ners nome. were returnine to ineir demand of John, until it came to his to and the sheet pillow-casball at the received by Present. Capt. J. Owens taurant, attacked one of the proprietors rooms down town, when they encoun turn to The thoot, when he demanded that phantom dance of the Herald as a reminder of "the " mail yesterday, a letter containing a depot uninjured. tered three male "Fifteenth way be given him to load. High rifle the was not crowded, but was a lively afThe young men had donned to pay old debts. ' silver star, on which were engraved the words followed, in the course of immense fun and hilarity, words "Presented to J. Owen by the fair, creating their ghostly disguises, and as their which From yesterday's Tribune: Henry charged John with dis" It was intended as a New Year's and the participants speak highly of Mr. Professor Barfoot is sending Utah spectral figures presented themselves to honesty, in not boys putting any ball iu the Captaiu tenders G S. Erb's hospitalities. n the gaze of the mineral specimens to Germany. ebony the gun when last loading it f.r present, for which his thanks. The Walker House is undergoing im- hue sons of Afric's clime, the mos olf. John called him a liar, noon the broke screams which Henry shot John dead with a through piercing Ogdks Seminary. Last night the portant improvements. Mr. M. Buchmiller is main hall of the Court house was stillness of the morning hour. The revolver. in The Montreal has mine been lucky Henry was immediately again of comforts tlnse the to rolled black orbs white seized and the three Roy- Wolf atten'ive a surrounded, rich strike. jet ever by the scene of joy and mirth, the pupils making masticators the to and in in a well, from which frantic "art nolds, dragged preserva- of the higher classes of Prof. Monch's Several cases of machinery arrived from ivory dismay, who are eiigagJ morwas a chattered like acorns falling from the rope procuri d, and hung to :i tive of all arts," as was shown this Seuiiuary having met to eujoy them- Liverpool on Wednesday, for the U. of an oak in the sere and yellow limb. The company now repaired to them with a keg of selves in the dance. ning by presenting During the evening S. Lead Company. Before long the toplimbs One of the "amendments" the nffice, as they called one of tluv of November. his from concentration works of this Company brewery. the fellowing were presented: rich, feaming beer three houses, ami took a drink, and Duet "Lottie Lee," Miss Rosa Welsh will be completed, and concentrated ores threw himself on his knees, muttered Many thanks. and offered at upon returning found their victim and Miss Jeanette Douzluss. Recita will be coming down on the Bingham an unintelligible prayer, uau- - seeming to realize ior ine nrec Pailroad, and either sold in Sandy or purse well filled with supposed ill gotten Mr. J. B. Maiben has tion "Gambler's Wife," Miss Rosa wri Wim ?au "MPPireu SoAr Grease. gains, while the others took to their ume. Comic Song Prof. John Fowler. shipped to Europe. not soft fled and to the the business; into pves- soap up gone heels and sped away w,th lightning Participated Recitation Yankee in love," Mr. "The have been not nt either captured. . Tiie., ,eap, but genuine washing soap, specd, scattering to the winds a deck of Austin C. Brown. Miss McGaw gained ot the brothers htowe. who From Saturday's Daily of Jan. Zd. parents for the person or tho laundry, It is . behind them their cards, and leaving .? live in J. ennsvlvania. were notified at great applause in her excellent recitaon was who really good, and home made soap should sinner The tiles. repenting Y. M. L. A. Mr. John Nicholson, of tion and all who assisted in the enteronce of the terrible affair, and arrived : be patronized, particularly when it is of .. , i, u i ne. crjr.ug V before a lecture deliver Salt will admirthemselves Lake, thig afteruoon ftnd took ch of tW tainment, acquitted eucli excellent quality. Mr. Maiben will 018 purse wuu iuo uuuiunmou luuvmg i at Association Men's ot the their decorated was hall eons, who, it seems. Young Literary ., remains handsomely ably. The purchase tallow and grease. For paruu.u U.uuv m uw, , Mrpn the City Hall on Tuesday evening, the moiuera rpi.ii, Dffi.o Messrs. the occasion John for Gay by ticulars see ad. 1 be nnale evil his he abandoned ways. ;n are and Ezra Farr, Miss Rebecca Pool and Gth inst. A general invitation is ex pursait of tbe part;e8 COUCcm., w ,ue Fruul" ed ID the hanging. oi me rnaniom vance tended. Miss llattie Brown. a ised beginning of reformation. School Party. Last Wednesday the The party was continued till 4 a m. A Grave Up. A Visit. Mr. J. M. Young, for Os scholars of the Primary and IntermediThe present term ot the Seminary will . i C. the P. master of at the a baggage Ogden Seminary close at the end of next ate Departments Condensations. tronuaisniormngif -w (Iv.f,,, week, and Prof. merly .v. TWMj "n James Herald: were treated to a grand party in the Sec- Monch will commence a new term on depot, called to see us of age, went to a neighbor's house iu t looks healthy and smiling. He likes ond District Schoolhouse, under the New Year's day caused a lively state Detroit, the other moraine, in the Monday, Jan. 12th. We wish him con Mr. so Frisco and the connubial state, and of affairs at the Police Court yesterdiy. hcgt 0f Elijah tinued management of their teacher, rta an(j fuu 0f ylh c;hfit success; he deserves it. does his charming wife. We are always fceveral cases or urunKenntss ana uis- - returned from her walk and, with a A. Box. Songs and recitations from the little folks gave variety to the party.and glad to see Mr. Young or hear of his turbing the peace were disposed of. shriek, fell down in the door of her withouse A crowded Theatrical. welfare, and so say his many friends in Two men were convicted of stealing a own house. The doctor came, and they enjoyed themselves to their utmost nessed the performance at the theatre last satisfaction in the merry dance. Ogden. After a few days visit here and coat, and each was sentenced to serve a after exercising his skill for fifteen , night. "Lost in London" was rendered to at Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Young will term of one hundred day's labor on the minutes, the woman pronounced The dead. died was verdict of heart' streets. Sweet Things. II. Wallace, of First the satisfaction of all. Messrs. Lindsay, return to the coast. public South street, Salt Lake, h as the finest Dee, G. J. Wright, Jos. Wright and Mrs. At the Heed and Bencon mine a rich disease. The corpse was laid outr; was made December SOth. Speci- - the measure taken and a grave dug,- how of fancy confectionery in his win- G. J. Wright, Mrs. Bowring and Mrs. A few etrike Worms and Cocoons. Silk themmaintained in all fact mens of the ore are to be seen at the according to the usual procedure on It is Jost, and dow, ever exhibited at Salt Lake. a that mentioned we consign ago days worth looking at, and Mr. Wallace's selves well. Tne mining scene might oCice, and assay as high as such, occasions. Alter some hours ment of silk worms and eggs passed Company's Mrs. Angelina Graham began to a little been have improved by infusing candies, cakes and goodies, are as pleas marked $3,000. the for ' East, Ogden through in the operations has sued the Indian gasp, and finally woke up and aekid ant to the taste as gratifyiug to the more life and activity Mr. IIu8sey,who valued at more than what had happened. They told her, As the piece is to be re- "time goods," and Journal lor publishing a. state eye. Country dealers can obtain a full of the colliers. 'apolis were We that learn that a doctor had pronounced her. they we suggest that $2,000,000. ment that he had been indicted aud tupplf4for New Yeirs, at Wallace's peated Saturday night, French the in Japan by dead "a plain case of heat t disease. the members of the company devote pnrchased See ad. tried for embezzlement in Boone Co., She car on the were There Government. got up and walked across the' some time to studying their parts more caused the records both of Indianapolis each of tons nine and a half room, a little shaky, but she made' egg eggs, Truth Lkaki.ng Out. A full blooded thoroughly. The play is a charming Boone County, Ind., to be examinand the about one quarter the size of a trip, and now she is dashing" Ute Indian named Richard Comas, is dramatic effort, and is one of the most rbeing is ascertained that no person about the hou.se as and it ed, usual. The grave, head. The eggs were packed in now acting as interpreter for the Ute interesting yet presented on the Ogden pin's the name of Huesey had ever beeu was filled by and the in and up burying indefiplaced Indians of the White River Agency in stage. The play, "Black leaves, layer upon layer, in the courts of either tried indicted or nitely postponed. tin boxes, which were covered on any charge. Colorado, nnd of the Uintah Valley Eyed Susan," was received with rapturplace a is first the This with matting. tempt A poor apprentice in Berlin wa; The race between Walking John" Agency in Utah. He is a graduate of ous applause, but did not quite equal its the worms via silk to made at the last drawing cf import Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, and previous presentation. Mr Lindsay was yet and "Mark Moore" on New Year's day, lucky enough, States. United State the lottery, to 'win is at present in Washington, whither he most effective; Messrs. G. J. Wright, resulted in favor of tke latter. of the great prize. His principal has been summoned by the Indian Dee, Ilcrrocks and Mouseley, rendered II. C. Bennett, pension agent at San who knew that tbe lad had no mony Bureau. Mr. Comas has completed his tLcir parts' creditably; Jos. Wright was J. S. Wxtkrs. The remains of Mr. Francisco, left Suit, Lake about two his. own, or at least nothing like-thof. reports for the Agencies with which he unsurpassally comical; Mr. Caldwell, in John S. Waters arrived here this morn- weeks ago for home and has not been rth amount required to go in for is connected. There are, according to two characters, and particularly as ing from the West and conveyed to his heard of since. thalers would be about . (forty ' his estimate carefully made, altogether the Admiral, deserves commendation; residence. They will be temporarily I'- - iVI There is very little snow in Cotton iae a oi ins ap iickcc,; price pressed effective buried in the cemetery in this city, and WOod only three feet or to. only two thousand Indians bclongiug to Mrs. Jost was exceedingly prentice to confess whers he obtained1' the Ute tribe. Heretofore the number and winning; Miss Emma Bowring at a future day be removed to FhiladeJ-phia- , tons oi the money for this purpose. Another lot or twenty-nv- e lhe much with the Sailors' has heeu placed at six thousand by in danced Hornpipe his former home. The deepest Emma ore was sampled at. the Salt Lake winner penitently acknowledged that terested parlies. He may be instrumen- grace, and Mrs. Annie Wright displayed symyathy is felt for Mrs. Waters in this City sampling works yesterday. Tbe it was the produce of the sale of a tal in exposing the unnumbered frauds her wonted versatility and impressive hour of her bereavement. average sample value of the twenty-fivpiece of gouds stolen from his tm- committed upon the people aud the Gov ness. Another lady had been cast for The funeral services will take place at tons, was 1,000 ounces or silver to the plover. ine principal now claims the character of Susan, but at almost the Episcopal Church after ton and a percentage of lead. eminent. the lottery prize as hi property.' the last moment was unable to appear, noon at 2 o'clock. The friends of the j A large audience attended the Theatre The boy's relations, on the othtr Death of J. S Waters. Mr. John S Mrs. Wright then accepted the part, last night, on the occasion of a compli- - hand, object to its surrender, and the family are invited to attend. will be called upon ' Waters, of this city, died suddenly this which was rendered faultlessly and faith iry perfermance to Gen. Morrow, lejjal profession morning at Terrace at four o'clock. It fully. The Company merit the highest the oflicers of his command, and their to decide a point which has probably Samuel Mr Horrock's New Firm. is supposed that his death was caused encomium for their never been raised before. diligence and exer- families. store brick completnew being by disease of the heart.. Mr. Waters ertions in A surgical operation was performed satisfying public expectation ed business, was commenced therein has been a resident of this city for nearon Wm. Smith, who was frozen some with the opening of the New Year. With ly three yirs, and, until lately, was a time since in crossirie from Alta to HAVE IX MT POSSESSION' THE FOLLOW- From Wednesday's a new store and a new stock of goods, member of the firm of Detcrt & Co. He Condensations. lug rief rilitd ntiimuio, which if not claumd ' American Fork Canyon. The toes and uni tnkm away wiiliiu tn dny from jrmnt was well known and had a large circle yews: it was fitting that a new firm should half of the at Ok1m Eatray Pound, Muu- -, right foot and the great toe lute, will befi.M 12iU. 1S"4, at 2 o'clock, p.m. of friends. He had formerly expressed A young man was arrested for stealing take possession. So Mr. W. T. Baker day, .iaiiuary of the left, were amputated One r.t cw, right horn droopi a lit tie; alui. i .. to his wife his desire that in the event 540 from his partner. hus gone into partnership with Mr. S. 1(1 years eld, illpfjil'la brum uu loft hip ami bom,' lare whito spot iu fare.- 3 of his death, he should be buried in the Prof. Leotard is undergoing a course llorrocks, and all sails along smoothly One red heifer, coming yeara okl, star In foreMasonic cemetery at Salt Lake. The of exercises and trainiug, preliminary with excellent prospects for lively trade. They have been converting the head, white unduf U;Uy, illegible Lruiul on born and hip. remains will arrive The firm of llorrocks and Baker are Baltimore sinners at the rate of 400 briudlo yeaning steer, crop oil right Oii morning to his reappearanca in his profession. does and vnnt. it under vinnth n A.,v fur half crop iu tort, no brand vUil'Io. and low Mr. Waters was about sell to t,r.r good determined supply , ' A shooting affair occurred at Bingt . forty years of brscklod fuc. One rJ veiirliuir age and a native of Pensylvania, and ham on Wednesday last. C. Barnum, articles of general merchandise, and we seam as n we coma see a uluu iui uurier Wily, under and upper-bi- t in right oar, r.iotmir nf miitt inir iwjjiow fork in left leaves a widow and two children success in their V. FIFB. prov living wasfshot twice by L. D. Clay, one ball wish them full District Pound Keeper. la this city to mourn his loss. oysters, up 3, taking effect in the side and the other LOCALJITEm- -- most enterprising and wealthy citizens of Nebraska, is stopping at the Ogden House. He is the principal contractor Tn l KK -- The Junction return iuauh of the Union Pacific road for for compliments of furnishing to Mr Geo. II. Tribe .he with ties. The extent of Company e'eoaon July received and greatly aphi business in that line is enormous. Health and success predated. His expenditure in thia valley only, in . pre-sete- y p. - till ir, I rt 1 e Aemnd-ments.- terror-stricke- "e Mc-Ga- ... J Filled - Aniin. -- to-da- y. r.rm ' . ever-popul- ar air-tig- ht one-four- th e one-fou- . .1. lt e 1 fire-pro- I , i i i ,f te-r- January 1ST-- l. '