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PATUS IN THE rblteUed 1J mrj WEDNESDAY ud t 0SK PCBLIBKINO aad Businens Manager. OGDEX. UTAH. MAY SATURDAY, 9, 1874. JLU.illO SCHOOL , of Charted W. Penrose, Editor. MAT- TE KS. The controversy which has been stirred up, in thelioiao papers, in regard to the greatly increased juvenile census since the annexation of a Tiuuibsr of "Mirmon", settlements to OneidYOounty, has been effectually squelched by a letter from Supt. 1 Judge to tha World and tha States-'it'tMr. Cadge shows, In a n. -- . In London, and other great cities S1TURDAT, COMPAIfT. .SEA.-.,- the tides of humanity flow, in ceaseless streams through tho main thoroughfares, are directed by common consent into recognized, channels. flVsons and vehicles travelling in one 'direction move in a sort of voluntary j process siou, and those from the opposite direction in another, so as to avoid col lisioo and confusion. It is proposed uow to adopt a system of steam lanes and paths in the s'ea, so that the regular line of packet ships to and from the old world will move within defined limits, and travel in recog-nite- d tracks, 60 as to avoid collision: and at the same time be within hail ing distance, in case of accident The number of vessels will neccssa- riiy increase as years roll on, and the demand for safe transportation will increaso with tha travel; and as science spreads its dominions ovr the minds of men, arid knowledge inthe- world - which-- , straigbforward, manner, that the re' ported, .'.msraasa i correct, and demands proof of intentional fraud or unintentional error. Mr. I'errault, Territorial Superiu-t- i creases, we may reasonably expect udcnt of Public Instruction, and demand greater safety in sea to annver the communication, voyages, better control of the cle in the Statesman, under the heading, mcnts, and wiser measures for the I'raud in Oneida, County School prevention of accidents and casualties Keport," aud here is a specimen of to those who go down to the great his '"proof :" sea in ships. "A correspondent writes. ''District 1 . 2, "J,"aud 4, arc in Malad Valley WORK WOMEV. aud the number set down for each, 1 am inclined to think very high. DisAccording to late statistical re trict IS (136 children reporh;d)is too turns there are 3,453, l81 women in many for any place in the county. England above 15 years of age who District 22. Oxford (lul) childreu are engaged in various industrial reported) is, to my notion, entirely out of r.ason.' District 12 (115 occupations, and earning fair wages. children reported, and District 13, There is no doubt that many of these 119 chirdreu reported) are the two workiug women of England are la districts of Paris, and seem to me boring at tasks for which they are very large." sexually and physicilly unadaptcd. Somebody has told this official that lie ia ''inclined to think," andtQ his J But industry, properly gauged, is far better than idleness, is conducive to ''notion," it "seems" to him, the rehealth, aud enriches the community port is very large. This is proof with as well as the individual. a vengeance, and is enough to conIn this respect our English sisters vict not the Oneida officials "of are ahead of American ladies. There fraud, but the Territorial objectors are only 2,000,000 women workers and accusers, of lolly, carping criti- in tie United States, and the dispoand terrible shrinkage when sition for productive industry is not brought to the test. Good bye, at? all on1 the ' increaso. ? Under a MCitool squabbles 'in Oneida County! wise system of political economy, every member of the body politic of EW fllOTIVE rOH EIl. proper age should contribute some thing to . the general welfare, and if A "Philadelphia man has discovered labor was judiciously classified aBd . new motive power, which is worthy regula'ed, the ladies would be better the, consideration, sof the scientific everyway for imparting their por 'theorist aud , the practical engineer. tion of eoergy od skill to the aggreThe inveutor's name is John gate productions of the community. Kcely,' and his process is to convert 'water int cold vapor through meSTREET PAVEMENTS. chanical appliances No heat is reThe question of: the right of muquired, and the ..force of this new nicipal corporations to assess property power is said to be greater than that holders for the cost of putting down I steam. pavements in front of their premises, 1 n . " A hollow globe, fifteen inches has recently been ngitutcd in St. s ia diameter, with metal walls, and reference to a dceisiou of of an inch thick, is connected Louis, tho Supreme Court, t made by the with an iron cylinder to receive the to be sufficient to force, which, is generated ' on" the Republican, ought settle the point at once.. globe. A brass pipe leads from this The City Council, in pursuance of cylinder ti a ''force regiater'V-- n . k.i si. i ordinance authorized by tha charan :roc cylinder with aa ordinaryAn i, levied a special, tax for "Nicol-so- n the rod cf which communicates ter, pavement. The tax was resisted, with a lever, which, on an exaniitia-tio- u and the defence set up that as the Lof the engine was weighted so ordinance authorized the taking of that a.forco of 10,400 pounds per property for public use, it iSfiuaro inch was necessary to lift it. private was unconstitutional, and therefore On applying the vapor it was easily w void. force this of One raised. is, quality Judge .Wagner gave the decision, stored bo can when it that generated, which was to the effect that the pavin a receiver for use at any time, ing of a street was a special benefit without loss of energy. to the front proprietor, and justified This ' new motive power, if it the imposition upon him of his porproves us successful as it promises, tion of the tax; and that the power 'will cause a great revolution in the to grade and improve tho streets was mechanical world,' and inay ', eventu-- . a continuing one, authorizing the ally supercede the mighty, giant, not only to lay down the . Htcam. which has wrought such won-- . corporation at the expense of the proderful achievments on! sea and laud. pavement ' perty owners specially benefitted by it, but the removal ot insufficient three-fourth- ; pis-tor- t j '' n : j loses are in, bloom in Arkansas. Mf r, n 1 pavement, and tie substitution of dinance, is a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or imprisonment not such exceeding six months, or both fine and imprisonment. When property of any kind is found, it is the plain duty of the finder to take every possible means Sec. 28. To exclusively control, within his power to discover the regulate, repair, amend and clear the owner, and when the proprietor is streets, alleys, bridges, sidewalks, or found, to deliver the property into , crosswalks, &c the latter It would be perfectly legal, justifi- his possession. If well audpleases good. to reward the former, able, and perhaps not altogether inex the have If not, the honest man will pedient, for the Council to pass an consciousness of having performed ordinance requiring property-owner- s as a good citizen, and will on our main thoroughfares, where his duty for it. the bulk of the business is transact be the better The case brought before Alderman ed, to lay down uniform sidewalks, or as reported in ansubmit to a special tax for the con Thomson, should be a warning to struction of the same, and for the other column, who may see articles lying repair thereof from time to time as persons about on railroad tracks, and think circumstances may require. One have a right to appropriate trip along Main street will demon they bonus for their strate the necessity of some action in them, or demand a tracks are the propthe premises, fer it takes a sharp restitution. The and look out to keep from many trips, erty of the respective companies, not public highways. If the public particularly on a dark night. The are permitted, for convenience, to use public, of course, receive benefit from the erection of suitable sidewalks,but them for footpaths, all the more reathe property-owner- s derive the great son why the property of the companest benefit in the increased value of ies should be protected, and their the same way; and that of the expediency of, the exercise of this power, the corporation, and not the courts, was the judge. This decision has a bearing on the condition of our sidewalks. Our CUy Charter gives the Council authority: Coiunlitni new in . 1 ' THK TENDKU. Annie f WiafcI:;i.rna As patriarchs. WHO IS GREATEST? ' complimentary tesuimoninl Be pleased t set apart an when you will deem .!'?" before' be public of 'l)gd! 1 character as you may select G. S. Erb, 11. H. l'ratt J. F Grl K. D. Brown. I). H p... n son, Eugene Lascelles, A. II. Earll u Driver, 0. o(.dmanee, W. G Child W Thomson, James Taylor, T. SeulU m IT V THE REPIY. May &th Messrs. Erb. Pratt, Earll, Gnhtm Johnson, Lascelles, Brown, IVery Wood mansee Thomson, Driver, Taylor', ScaU ly, Child and others. Gentlemen: Inspired by a sentiment of profound, gratitude for the compliment tendered me, I ask yoa to accept the assurance of my appreciation of the generous spirit that animated you. I shall, in compliance with your kind request, desiguate, Thursday evening, May l itb, as the occasion of reciprocal.' and no conscientious persons will feel comfortable in mind after confiscating anything to their own use which they know docs not belong to them, no matter how or where it came into their possession. - cated, Sexton's Ilcpori. To the Mayor and Common Council of Ogden City. Gentlemen, I beg leave to report as follows: The number of deaths since tbe date of last report up to the 31st day of March last has teen twenty-two- ; twelve adults and ten children, frem the ' causes: ; ...4 ....2 Killed At Birth,.. 1 8 Fever..:.............. 2 Whooping cough,... Canker, Inflammation of Lungs Apoplexy, At Confinement Croup,.;' , 4 . '1 -- I. " 2 l! 1 1 1 ! v .' ' 22 m Caxfiild, PUODUCE Sextoo. STOKE. . ,W. TURXEK. IIm i Iu old stand on FIFTH STREET, for tha purchase aad of alt ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, Garden and Grass Seeds. At his BOOK STORE adjoining he keeps all the Periodicals and Newspapers of tbe day, also a full stock, of Stationery, . Wall Paper, Tictuies, Frames, etc. , " 8-6m 5 talki it over .with her An Editor Described. mother- - After a good cry and a cup The following is Josh Billings' of tea with a slice of lemon, ia it, definition of an editor: , over which she can berate "that nasty An editor h a male being whose femiin true Alexandria,", upstart, bizness ix to navigate a nuze paper. nine 8tyle,"stie can come back to her He writes editorials, grinds out poe considerably try, inserts deths and weddings, uorts Edinburgh, feeling out maneskrios. keeps a waste basket, better. ''':,' blows up the "devil," steals matter, fites other people's battles, sells his IiOST IMtOlMERT Y. paper for a dollar and fifty cents a ought to know what is year, takes white beans and apple , Everybody the right thing to do with' property "sass lor pay, when ne can get it, ' raises a large family, works 19 hours they may find lying round loose out uv every 24, knows no Sunday, which they ,know is not their, own. cets damned by everybody, and once But sonie persons .imagine that if in a while whipt by sumbody, lives middle-ageaad often they chanco to pick tip money or poor, dies broken-hearteleaves no money, is other property in the publio etrceto, life ut tojl with a a for rewarded it becomes their own. This is a very short but free obituary puff, in j the think not do we and mistake grave j nuze paperi. if the' finder became the loser, he of an would entertain the same'-lin- d A gentleman who was trying to ' "'"HjO opinion. teach his dog some kind 'of trick, The territorial Statute in relation lost all his patience with the canine on account of his seeming stupidity'. to crimes and punishments, says: the lesson andMobking at "Se( 54.' If any person come by Giving up he stood by mtelligent-l- v as animal the finding, to the possessiou of any perhis tail, he said in a 'tone waging sonal property, of which he knows of great vexation, "D n that dog; the owner, and unlawfully appropridon't know what to make of him!" ate the same, or any part thereof, to I will tell you," said a friend who his urc, ho is guilty of larceny, and "I " Well, what?" said the was present. shall be punished accordingly." owner of the animal, a ray of hope The penalty for larceny 'of anylighting up bis face. "Sausage," wag dollars, not twenty exceeding the quiet answer. And still the thing - owner of the ordog was not satisfied. in this city, under the municipal following " ConsnmptiOn,' Old age.........:........... : and- Ioi' ! ing your good will, when the drama of "Plot and Passion" will be presented. Accept, geBtleraen, my heart-fel- l acknowledgement for your attentions ' and believe me to be,- ... rights respected. Yours, most gratifully, A strict regard for honesty would Annie Wright. prompt such a course as above indi- The fair daughter of an Emperor and brido of a Prince, who has re cently been received with open hearts and loud acclaim by the people of Great Britain, is in nore trouble. All is not bliss iu this world, even for A $15,000 1SLVXDEIC. her. Honor, wealth, position, and a The Boston Solons do a good husband are hers, but still she is not One of the best happy. Her grief arises from the thing, occasionally. Her ''gude decisions we have heard of lately, question of precedence. from the uhub,"was given mon," the Duke of Edinburgh, is emanating in a suit for damages against a drugonly the second son of her Majesty of prescripQueen Victoria, and consequently gist. The compounder doesn't rank so hish as the Prince of tions carelessly gave a customer a Wales. This disability extends to quantity of aconite (aconitvm napcl-lu- s, or nioak'shood) a powerful veghis wife. She is the daughter of the etable poison, in mistake for some Emperor of llussia, while Wales' The patient medicament. wife is only the daughter of the King simple took the dose, and grim death, took of Denmark, , and yet Mrs. Wales him. The jury before whom the ranks higher than her, a3 the proscase was tried, gave the plaintiff, the pective consort of the future King of nearest surviving relative of the deEngland. Is not this a terrible fifteen thousand dollars damdrawback ? At all public gatherings ceased, : ages. graced with the presence of royalty, A few such verdicts as thesa would and at all private family parties, this make dealers in deadly drugs a little simple daughter of a King will "go more careful, and save the lives of in" before the offspring of an Empeswallowers of doctors' stuff. ror! She had better put on her little many love of a bonnet, take a run across1 the sea, 'jV w,2 tbeprmtege cf your ..ccepunc j to-da- y, their property and the facility afforded to business. Look into this, city lHn ' a manifestation oVew gard for you, and as a tribute ration for th brilliant talent the Ogden stage on your various impersonations, s ' 0. ; ' , W. TURNER. - ;, NOTIGE v otW, !,, . IVnnlp - M and Otrflii p i ? : d JAMES. D W YEK, The lending Bookseller of . j SALT LAKE CITY, tviM-- . t v if. tw iors, iiHioaaoa i Has to maX large nrcbues oXBookt, for g;one 10 ur ' V ' - d, SUNDAY If iP.: ! 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