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|Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction
f e4:.oo Ik 'j PTJBIiTP!TTlT!"n - -- " 0IEX, lot Ofliee: Ogden AND .ARRIVAL Congressional. OK MAILS CLOSING " s ,lt Lake Cit v, double daily, TlircWRli Mail daily . Tl.r,,IIL'll Mail daily r, rJ,sl, mu.Al:TCnK daily S.40 a.m. felt Lake City, double Mi rial.: V V, est, tiu'".-- " Mail daily Ti.rnudi v. " CLOSING. lAke and the East tUke and the West so via tvanston, mails . hi. Ii . ,.. . iti.-i- . vit. v,rilt '"'. 6.45 p.m. 7.40 a.m. 5.40 p.m. 6.30 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.40 a.m. 7.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m. Hymn-lv- Count v. Thursdays aud 5.00 p.m. Lop"" 5.00 p.m. n.ch Omi.'tv, Tuesdays and Thursday! 2.:io p.m. V th d 'llc'n. Mondays andTlinrndays and SaturMuutivlUe, Wednesdays 7.30 a.m. Lvuits Vlain City and Slatersville, 3.30 p.m. Ji'iiidii vand Thurfday 3.00 p.m. Rivenhle. Wednesdays and Saturday! HouKTville aim nmo, 11.30 a.m. aad Saturdays OFFICE nouns. 6.45 p.m. General Delivery, i.m. snnnav, op.ni. i" REGISTRY DEPARTMENT 3 p.m. Open ti nni 9 a.m-tMONEY OFFICE DEL'ARTMEMT. Opon from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 8 Outeidtf Di'or open from 6 a.m. to p.m. JOSEPH HALL, Postmaster C.-- C'ountv. TiKtf'davs, 'iun'!iiIi'.V "" o C. P. train U. P. " 0. P. U. P. U. C. . i Trains - - 7.40 a m. p.m. p.m. 8.50 a in. 7.50 a,m. f.45 p.m. 8.40 a.m. 0.30 p.m. arrives 5 40 " leaves C.-2- - train arrives ami " leaves - and 0 RrligioiiH Services 11 and tlieTal'fi-naele- , at a.m., Every f?un'av,' in Karlvy'i School-boiielu the Second Ward Si lioolliouso nt 5 p m. and 1'liird Wa d !i luol-hoH- e e 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Kpico)al Church at Church at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 7.30 p.m. Spiritualist Lectures (Child's Hall), at Osdeii City library Depot, At Jhn J. Chainbern' News very duy, Sunday! exceptad. pen The Spanish Crisis. AMERICAN. F0U11T1I ST11EET, C. M. I., GEXEIIAL DEALER Four Doors from Z. IX HOOTS A SHOES, LI'MTIIKIK and SHOE F1M1GS, the Lowest Prices. V reduce At Taken. CASHPAID for 1ITOES. REPAIRS KEATLY EXECUTED. My J. S. LEWIS, W&TCH MAKER AND JEWELER, Dealer in Watches. Clocks. Jewelry. Silver aud Plated Ware. MAIN STREET. OtiDEN. Repairing ueatly done aud all work warranted. IMt RESOVED. A T110MS0NIAN DOCTOR OR IF YOU WANT Thonisonion Medicine, CALL ON DR. MURPHY, . POST OFFICE, MAIN ST., SlTE OGDIiN. Cuk5L'liatios Fee, $1.00. UTAH XORTIiERX SIX DOORS WEST OF sl-2- SALOOX, Z. C. M. I. LOGAN. Mixes axd liquors, ales atd t0rter, of the very hest quality. By Measure or at 25 cts. per Drinlc. Cigars and Tobacco of the Finest lirands. Butter, Eggs, Chickens and all kinds of Graiu taken in exchange. r. 1NELSON, Prop'r 8"S. M. Pettengill & Co., 10 State Street, Doston, 87 Park Rsw, New York, and 701 Chsistnut Street, Pliiladelphia, ftre our Ager-t- for ndvertise-hient- s procuring in the Ogoen Junction for Boston and Philadeldhia, and authoriied to contract for advertising at eur lowest rates. s tf terest. The resolution reported from the enmmittee on finance before the holidays declaring it to be the duly of Congress at present to adopt definite measures to redeem the pledge made by government for the earliest practicable redemption of United States notes in coin, was taken up. Bogy believed the whole legal tender system was a vicious one, but the country wanted and must have speedy relief. He alluded to the unequal distribution of currency among different portions of the country, and advocated a reissue of the $44,000,000 reserve, and an addiiional issue of $50,000,000 lejral tenders, and an issue of $25,000,000 National bank notes. The consideration of the salary bill Tratt offerad an was then resumed amendment that such members of the 43d Congress ns have received pay at the rate of $7,500 since March 4th, '73, be paid in such monthly installments as will make it aggregate for the whole Congress, at the rate of $5,000 per annum. Logan opposed the amendment. Personally he thought the present salaries not too high, but he will oppose any bill that did not wipe out the entire salary, except as it related to the President and the Supreme Court. Thurman favored and Morrill and Stewart opposed the amendment. Wright gave notice endeavor to would he that a vote, and to bill the silary preai hoped the Senators would remain until it was disposed of. The House resumed consideration of the supplementary privileges bill. Frye favored the bill; Stephens, of Georgia, desired to address the House, but asked that his lime be extended to one hour which, alter some objections were m ide and withdrawn, was allowed and he proceeded to read a speech in opposition to the bill. He asserted that his opposition to the bill was Dot from any prejudice against the colored people, as he believed all men were created equal; but he was opposed to it or any kindred measure, because of the want of the necessary constitutional power by Congress to pass it. He contended thai no new powers had been conferred on Congress by either the fourteenth or fifteenth amendment to the constitution.. The proper remedy vas in the judgment of the courts, to be rendered in such a way as Congress thould provide, declaring any State act in violation of the rights of . J. vv u jjjjiix-. unit a jl mm aji citizens to be null and void. He also opposed the bill on account of inexpediency, and declared the belief that the colored people of Georgia did not ask or want it. They had their own churches and echoDls, and did' not desire" mixed schools. He spoke an hour and a qnar ter, having his time twice extended, and concluded w;th a panegyric of the Democratic Republican principles, which he declared were eternal. Ransier, colored, followed with a written speech in favor of the bill, that there was no practical freedom for the colored people South, and would not be so long as the matter was left with the several States. New Orleans, 5. The Legislature met in Mechanic's Hall The proceedings were orderly. Gov. Kellcgg's message was very long. It Khows the1" total State debt to be $24,283,000, some of which is of doubtful legality, and is now beiDg tested in the courts. The State has paid interest on the whole amount to date, but can do so no longer without maintaining a rate of taxation which will amount to confiscation. The Governor recommends funding the eutire debt at sixty cents ou the dollar in new seven per cent consols, guaranteed by cons itutional amendment, and an appropriation for interest made perpetual. The debt to be limited at a point to which it would be reduced by this to $15,000,000. The McEnery Legis.atnre also met but there was no quorum; and, in fact, as the President recognizes the Kellogg Legislature, it will adjourn after adopting un address to Congress. Chicago 4. The Tribune's New York special says an attempt was made on New Year's to kill Judge S. D. Morris, formerly District Attorney at Brooklyn, with an infernal machine. As the judge was absent at the time, the box was laid aside until his return yesterday, when Morris surrounded opened U in his by his family. On lifting the lid. the snap of s spring was heard, and all at once it was seen that tb box was an infernal machine. It is a miracle that it did not explode. Only the too great precaution of the maker prevented this, the matches which were to ignite the powder having caught against the edge of Jhe sand paper across which the ppring was intended to have drawn them. The box contained a torpedo and enough loose powder and gun cotton to have shattered the house to pieces. Washington, 5. Bishop Wiimer, of Louisiana, called and repreupon the President, sented that many persons were starving in that State. The President and the liMiop subsequently had an intetview with Speaker Blaine and members of the Louisiana delegations, and the result of the conference is reported to be that to morrow representative Sypher will introduce a bill authorizing the War Department to issue rations to the suf-- f ere rs. , Omaha, 5. burned A fire at Onawa, Iowa, an agricul'ural warehouse, dry goods and millinery store. Loss $15,000; light insurance. Cincinnati, 5. from The Enquirer's special, Mansfield, O., says R. II. Rowland, County Treasurer, left that place under circumstances that alarmed his sureties and the citizens, nnd Judge Keith nppointed L. J. Tracy to act with the county commissioners to examine the county treasury. They found $110,-00They also found that Rowland assigned to M. Dickey $00,000 in collaterals, which Dickey refuses to surren-der- . Jef-fersoni- Washington, 5. The Scuate met at noon, Carpenter presiding. Edmunds, from the judiciary committee, reported back the House bill to repeal the bankrupt law, with sundry amendments, and recommended that with such amendments the bill be passed. Edmunds said he had no hesitation in stating that the whole commiltee had agreed substantially in the amendments. Wrigh', of Iowa, introduced a resolution instructing the commit ee on civil service retrenchment to inquire into the expediency of repotting a bill making a reduction of ten per cent, on the compensation of all officers of government whose salaries exceed $1,000 per annum or 5 per day. Cameron objected and it whs laid over. On motion of Wright, the Iloue bill to establish (lie compen sation of Senators, Representatives and Dtlegates. was taken up, with amendments, reported by the Senate committee on civil service retrenchment, striking out the first three sections and substituting therefor sections repealing the act of "March 3d, 1873, and fixing the salary ns it was prior to the passage of that act, and further providing that the compensation of the several heads of departments be eight thousand dollars per annum. Buckingham introduced n resolution which was ordered printed, directing the finance committee to considor the expediency of reporting a bill authorizing the Secretary to make temporary loans certificates, which may be used by National hanks as pari of their reserve; als( to provide for the redemption and cancellation of legal tenders to equal the amount of those used out of the reserve fund. The resolution, wih instructions to the finance committee, was adopted, loosing to the amendment of the banking law to prohibit stockholders and officers of National banks being concerned in private banking business in the locality of National banks, whereby the means of such banks may be employed to advance their in$44,-000.0- 6. WHITEHEAD, fii'si --i wj-yj.- vj i ij C7- - t UTAH, SATURDAY. JANUARY 10. 1874. BY TELEGRAPH. OCDEN DIRECTORY, G"n-r-rTT7--rn-rri-i- '- con-tendin- g to-da- y. , bed-roo- T to-da- y, to-da- to-da- y 0. Chicago, 5. n The Washington special says tbis winter's legislation for farmers will be first, the opening of the mouth of the Mississippi to large vessels m such a manner as to insure their entrance and egress at all stages of water without difficulty ; second, legislation to prevent the railways west of the Mississippi river from discriminating in their rales of freight against points on the river, ahd in favor of all railways to points beyond, thus making it impossible, for farmers to avail themselves of cheap water transportation; third, legislation to prevent similar discriminations by roads running east and west against north and south loads, thus preventing farmers, when the Mississippi river is frozen, from sending their grain south ward on railways till the open river is reached: fourth, legislation for fixing rates for the transportation of live stock on railways from w.est to east. 11ns is the only article they will ask rates fixed upon, and the reason for asking this is that It is the only important article of Inter-Ocea- , rwu..- -. wi-mr- jiUiizsjrL f It w . their products that must come by rail to the east. The only legislation involving V w $1.00 Ladies' Logic. Dr. Chambers, in his "Scrap Book," money to be asked for is the opening of the Mississippi by withdrawing expen- says: In the talk of some ladies win ditures from less important works. move in a tolerable good position, but who have been imperfectly educated, I have heard droll specimens of reasoning. FOREIGN. The following arc two specimens: A Madrid, 5. married lady with a family, who lived A decree was promulgated susin a villa in the exterior environs if pending the constitutional guarantee, London, was asked why she was at the and putting in force throughout Spain of keeping a cow, seeing that it the law of 1870, for the maintainence of expense would be surely much cheaper to buy public order. Decrees are also publish- milk for the household. "Well," said ed appointing Martos Minister of she iu reply, " we keep the cow because Minister of Public Works, we have a field quite nt hand, which and Senor Alderina Civil Governor of answers But," was the very nicely." Madrid. The new Minister of the Inte" why do you rent the field V rejoinder, rior, Garcia ring, has ordered the pub- The answer was ; 'Because, you know, lication of all Curlist and intransigent we have got the cow!" The other innewspapers to be stopped. An armed stance occurred in my young days at rising of the volunteers of liberty took Peebles. A lady in reduced circumplace in Suragossa on Sunday. It was stances mentioned te a friend that the incited by the municipality. After eight had just arranged to rent a house behours' fighting the troops took two hnn: long ng to a baker in the town. The dred insurgent prisoners and captured friend was somewhat surprised at the six cannon and a large quantity of rifles announcement, considering the lady's and ammunition. The municipality has circiiHistances, and asked if the expense dissolved. would not be too much for Ler. "Oh, Castilar, in a letter addressed to the not at'all," was the answer ; we'll tak country, says he must protest, with all bread lpr the rent ! " his energy, against the recent brutal cuvp d' etat. He concludes: "My conscience will not permit me to associate Cornbloom. with demagogues, aud my conscience and honor refuse to accept the situation Cornbloom is a very flowery nam. created by bayonets." Several members It belongs to Charles Luseomb Cornthe majority of whom voted against c doctor in now approve the stand he has bloom, an taken The capital is quiet, but there San Francisco. Thore is honest openare rumors f disturbances in Yallado-lid- . ness about it, as well as distinguished y, Cas-tela- r, electro-magneti- Havana, 5. Herald special: The overthrow of the Castellar ministry is favorably received in Havana, The Casino Eepanol is especially jubilant. The volunteers aie evidently in favcr of a monarchy. The crowns un the sterns of Spanish vessels in the harbor which were painted over when the republic was in vogue, are now being regilded. The imperial Spanish coat of arms has again been placed ou the palace of the Captain General. Finding Work. Here is the way a police justice in St Louis talks to the "loafers" about his court-rooduring the intervals between trials. "I'll say to some of the loafers about this court, that a gentleman at Kirk wood will give 500 of you employment, shuck- injr corn at four cents a bushel. Kirk- wood is only eleveu or twelve miles west of here, and you can walk or ride as you choose. My compliments to Mr Mat thews, and he put you at work. There 8 another man at Bridgeton, that's north west ef here. He tells mo he wants some men. i ve sent several nunarea up there already, but you can keep on going till he says stop." The crowd titters, and the Marshal cries "silence," in a mechanical tone, and the play goes on. Silas Davis and five others came up in a solid column, charged with disobeying the rules of good society. The ofl'enscs were all perpetrated at the Mayor s soiip house. One man explained that he wasn t well acquainted with the locality. Another said he "did it, but didn't know it." A third came here from Tittsburg, "Ah," growled the Judge, sardonically, "came here to get eoup, did you?" and then the crowd, which filled every inch of space from the bar to the door, snickered again approbatively. The collective guilt of the five was clearly proven. One was let off on account of physical disabilities. "Now, gentlemen," said the Judge with a carcastic emphasis on the latter word, "can you shuck corn?" There was an inaudible response. ' "Have you got all you own on your backs?" Another inaudible groan. "Go out to Kirkwood west of here and inquire for Mr. Matthews. Gie him my compliments. He wants 500 of you to shuck corn; go. One hour to leave town. Get out of here." 1 We learn from an Eastern journal that early in January Miss Susan J3 11 Anthony will bring suit against newspapers that have "thrown mud at her." Miss Susan is awaro that wc have always maintained, with both pen and pistol, that she is the and accomplished most beautiful Courier the of age. young girl Journal. He introduced Morris u phret to Maik I. Jacobs, a money broker, and Mr. Jacobs has a daughter, lluth, as pretty aud lovable as Jessica, and, like her, worth a miat of the old man's money. Morn Kuphret became a favorite in that family, and particularly with lluth. In a lew weeks he was engaged to be married to her, and also in a few weeks ho had borrowed 2,700 of the old man's ' money, and $1,300 more of a moneylender, for which Jacobs became security, and also, as sttitcd by Cornbloom, 51bo irom him. Then Kuphret disappears out? day, and Jacobs and Cornbloom have a consultation. They go to Kuphret' room and find an empty trunk there. Cornbloom thinks he can find Kuphret, aud turns detective, lie discovers where the lost sheep of the house of Israel buys a trunk, and then sees "Dr. G. Kobinson's" name registered at a hotel. lie knows that 'u his man. Jacobs aud Kuth and Cornbloom go to Dr. Kobinson's room, and find him in. It is Kuphret. Ho is not greatly surprised. Kuth falls on his neck and weeps. ' She finds, so does her father, that she really loves the young man; and he finds that he really loved the girl. He had purchased a ticket for but renounces the trip and hands over the ticket to Cornbloom to be cashed at the company's office. Cornbloom claims $185 of the money, ami Jaeobs thiuks it is not a just debt. In fact he sets down Cornbloom as a fraud and confidence man. and has him shut up in prison. He forgive Kuphret for his daughter's sake, and takes him to his heart and home. ' He had doubtless gone to the old man's house to rob him, through professions of love for his daughter, but if he really loves Kuth and will marry her, as he agrees to do on the spot, that will make him an honest man again, lluth says that the mar riage must be, and the old man asks no questions. That is how Kuphret escaped going to jail with his confidence partner, l'rctty rough oa Dr. Charles Luscomb Cornbloom, and a, mighty nice way out of a scrape for' Morris Kuphret. sound. Ku-rop- e, The will of Miss Bettie Bates was It disprobated at Indianapolis. poses of a quarter of a million of property; $150,000 she bequeaths to her relatives and friends, and she provides a fund of $100,000 for the benefit of the poor of the city. .