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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
To-da- e firit, well-prceerve- Junction his relatives. They left Liverpool May Settled. on the water; and Gth, were eleven days After several years of uncertainty. had rather a rough passage, Elder usyense, the question of the . the Tbey all way. being sick the U. P. and C. V. roads is auRailroad were well treated by the list. Ogden is the place. We never v thorities and conductors through the wuiu oe moved, and u. without losStates, and reached OgJen found an intelligent person who au ing one of the company. m now me nxed to jnnction of ft, Most of the emigrants proceeded raiiroaus. iiapurtaui Elder Salt Lake on Saturday evening. his McQuarrie was warmly welcomed by Elders J. U Stt,: numerous friends in Ogden. He is one t Arrivals ana J, Walker arrived at tbU port on tt,. ul we and men, of our staunch, sterling iris.. p,r steamship Idaho" from Xe. us. it-.- , m goou neann and spirits The gladly hail his safe return amongst Coal axi Limk. II. S. Blancett & Co. when he brethren left Salt Lake on Heirick expected, the 8th uU Bishop to- fulfill th cir missions, havine LnR hate made extensive arrangements for left the Company, to remain iu the Slates the sale of good coal and lime. They po'rated to labor in the Swiss and Gtr about two weeks. maa mission. They left Liverpool 0"n will guarantee a good article, and full of their arrival here, for Hai the day measure and weight, and will sell on the to take the steamer that same expecting Civil ISfglKs lowest terms for cash. Mr. I'lancetthas evening for Rotterdam, and to prooeed built up a good business in this city by The Civil Rights bill, as it passed the thenee to Geneva. Mill. Star, May reads as follows and Senate, civility, promptness, square dealing all citizens and other persons That aud wc are glad to see him stretching Deeds re than out and extending his interests. See within the jnrisdictien of the United Words. new advertisement. States shall be entitled to the full and Tic spoken word, the written poem equal enjoyment of the accommodations, said is to be an epitome of the um nnd privileges of Abortion Cask. A woman by the advantages, facilities on land or how much more the done work " name of Scott died last Friday at Salt inns,'Apublic conveyances, of morality and of iutel. Lake. The physician who waited on her water, theatres and other places of pub of patience, pcrsever-ence- f what ; ligence certified that she died of typhoid fever. lie amusement, and also of the common faithfulness; of method, insi"ht But people living near by were not sat- schools and public institutions of learn inc or benevolence, supported in whole ingenuity, energy ; in a word, isfied. Ugly rumor reached the Coro- or in of strength the man had in him part by general taxation, and of ner, nnd he proceeded to act as his duty cemeteries so supported, and also ot in will lie written in the work he does. required. At the inquest one witness stitutions known as agricultural colleges Great honor to him whose epic is a testified that deceased had informed her endowed by the United States, subject melodious hexameter Iliad. But still only to the conditions and limitations that she paid $200 last fall to have an established by law, and applicable alike greater honor, if his epic be a mighty on and that the her, to operation performed citizens of every race and color, empire slowly built together a mighty she had recently paid $35 more for its regardless of any pievious condition of series of heoric deeds a mighty servitude. over chaos. There is no micompletion. Drs. Benedict and Fowler Sec. 2. That any persoa who shall the latter epic. Deeds are nude a pest mortem examination and violate the staking foregoing section by denying Deeds hare demonstrated that an abortion had been to any person entitled to its benefits, ex greater than words. reasons for to such mute but a life, undeniable, and bylaw applicable procured, with instruments, and that cept ve as living trees and fruit trees do, they from the effects of this the woman had citizens of every race and color, and of any previous condition ofser the vacuity of time, and make died. Dr. Crane was thereupon arrest-c- gardles9 the full enjoyment of any accom people vitude, it Carlyle. green and worthy. lacilities or charged with the above ugly crime, mouations, advantages, in said section enumerated, mid now lies in durance vile waiting for privileges or inciting such denial, shall, for every an examini.tiou. such offence forfeit and pay the sum of ! !?oOU to the person aggrieved thereby STREET, to be recovered in an action on the case IOST MAY 10th, FROM FITTI! a lr n liorm, str in Larceny. On Saturday evening John with full costs; and shall also for every luri'lieuc), two liiKtl fcit liite,tliaed ud teBitar Harder was brought before Alderman such offence be deeuied guilty of a ou wilbvrs. Dratd ou hip b1iiiii1 like ait'tpr. I will literally reward th tinder on delivery ot and, upon conviction the Thomson, charged with stealing five misdemeanor, nniii.ul at Cusxin k Mower' butcher thtn, the thereof, shall be fined not more than t ilth Street or Carrol It D e' ufaMen, Ogilen. whippletrees and two THOMAS C i SIX. one thousand dollars, or shall be imOgden, June lot, 1874. property of M. D. Hammond. Mr. E. prisoned not more than one year; proStratford identified the property and vided, that the party aggrieved shall the prisoner admitted that they were not recover more than one penalty, and stolen property. Some of them were when the onence is a refusal ef burial, IIIAVR IN MY TOSSKSSION THE the animal, which, if not ena,ti may be recovered by the found in his possession, and the rest in heirspenalty taken away, will lit" told to the highest rc at law of the person whose body a.id Hinxilile bidder at the Dintrict Stray Pound, at the possession of persons to whom he nas been refused burial; and, provided Ogden City, Wediieday, June 10, 1874, at 2 had sold them. He stated that they further, that all persons may elect to p. in. One rod yearling ateer, Mar in forehead, nliit were taken from a car en route to San sue for the penalty afoicsaid, or to pro- uuder blly, bukh of tail white, illegible braml on ceed under their rights at common law left shoulder, crop aud klit in left ear. Francisco, by Charles Morris. Harder and State statutes, nnd having elected Wm. N. t li E, Dintrict l'omidkrepr. was fined $15 and costs. to proceed, in the one mode or the other, ! diilM Ogdea City, Jiine.lut, 1S74. to This morning Charles Morris was their right proceed in other jurisdicbefcre Alderman Thomson, tion shall be barred; but this proviso brought shall not apply to criminal proceedings. He admitted eitber under tins act or the charged with larceny. criminal HAVE IN 51Y TOSSKSSION THE s law of any State. stealing the Whippletrees and animal, which, if not claimed Sec. 3. That the District and Circuit and taken away, will lie nld to the highext traced to Johu Harder, but said the rail bidder on Monday, June 8th, 1S74, tl of the United States shall hive, road was owing him and he must have Courts City Stray Pound, at 2 p. m. exclusive of the courts of the several BrijlaiM One muly 3 year old iteer, little white In something to live on so he took those States, cognixance of all crimes and under belly, aud luh of tail white, crop ct onenses against and violations of the left, elit in right ear, illegible braud, with V atarticles. He was fined $25 and costs. tached, on lett hip. provisions of this act, and aetions for A. MADSOX, litrict l'onmlkeeper. penalty given by the proceeding sec ion d'Jt7-- l 1874. 29tU Brijraam City, May The Deseret A'tr may be prosecuted in the Territorial. Church Works. tardiuen, are much bettor, anil loci than LS or Circuit Courts of the United half the toot of imported Sardlue. office is republishing some of the most District, States, wherever the defendant may be prominent works of the Church. We are round, without regard to the other party, mO NAT SMALL AND GKOROE DYMCCK, Last DmvB. Next Saturday, June in receipt of a copy of the new addition and district attorneys, marshals, and X their peraonal or legal repreaeatativei and marshals of the United States all cthen whom it may concern: Cth, F. A. Hammond will make the last of the " Voice of You are hereby notified that wa have perform Warning." It is clear deputy and commissioners appointed bv the the labor e drive of the season, to his herd ground, and made the improvement en the ly printed on good paper, and is hand and Circuit Territorial Courts of the Ledt;e Mine, in Lucin Miuing' Diatrict, ISox from L. Farr's corral, Ogden. Stock Just the United Stateswith powers of arresting lCK'er county, Territory of Utak, required y law, somely and strongly bound. thereof with you, aud your proreceived till 2 p m. kind of a volume for general use ia this and imprisoning and bailing offenders beinjr portion, there ia now due on account thereof, front the laws of the United States.are each ot you, aaid Nat Small, $107.33. and from you, Territory. With .the work itself, most of against aid George Dymock, $1:8.78. for labor authorized and requirhereby specially on laid Jennie Ledge Mine. the people of Utah are familiar. The ed to institute Iteoliivc. proceedings against every Therefore you are fnrther notified that if at the Seventy-livKidder' Patent Rfehive for dale ' Voice of Warning'' has been the means person who shall violate the provisions expiration of erne hundred and eifihty daji front cheap, at UigKinbotham, Child 4 Co Main Street, date or thie oetfee, you fail or refti to eou triof bringing thousands of people into the of this act, and cause him to be arrested the Berfral interell bute your eaid proportion, and imprisoned or bailed, as the case ia raid mine will become our o'jt projierty, purwant Church, and has prepared the way be Utormatiox Wasted of the whereamay be, for trial before such Court ot to h'ec. 5 of tho Act of Coiiftreei, approred May 10th, fore the Elders in many lands. Its sim- the United States or Territorial entitled, an act to promete the derelepmtnt court 1872, bouts ef William Talrner; supposed to be of the mining resource of Um United tnte beautiful and with law as has poetio style, by cognixance of the effense, JOHN KNOX, in "Dixie," Utah. Address: Jas. Lav- - ple, yet UKO. W. hllLH. the elear and forcible manner in which except in respect of right of action acLucin Mining District. ader, care of John Brightman, Kemp. the doctrines of the Church are elucidat cruing to the person aggrieved, and Dated at Ogden City, Jane 3d, 1874. such District near. eton, Bedford, England. Attorneys shall cause such Voice of Warning" one ed, make the proceedings to be prosecuted to their of the most effective works on proselyt A very rapid, safe and eaay way to mk termination, as in other cases, provided Extbssivk Firm, Joshua Williams and introduce money, that contained Latter-dai in y this ever published by the nothing sect tin lateet ii to procure territoryia too wonted wry day, uiefnl invention that the Truckee Lumber Company now form ing be construed shall to or defeat deny any l Saints. It is a work that every citizen n, overy where, who baa faily. of civil action accruing to auy fullerery the firm of Williams & Co. ' Mr. H. B eiaed Sewing machine with Table and Treadle Macn'M of Utah should possess, and it will bear right $10 that doea the aame work person by reason of this act or other- for oaly Sooville has sold to them his interest in amooth and nrffl, would $ for, yon pay rapid, wise. and again. make a ion an utronir tha cloth "will ter before the firm, and retires from tie business. reading again Sec. 4. That necititen, providing he tha Hitches rip apart. Eight new attachmenii " to Theology" by the same Tie Key The firm, doing business at the corner for all wrk anil the Improved Butten Hole Sortauthor and beth has all the other qualifications which are er ued bv ua nlv. Aeer-- only nei-- ehow the Letters," Spencer's of Fifth and Wall streets, controls many or may be prescribed by law, shall be in operation to aell in every hones they enter. of great interest and value, will shortly upward cleared daily by email a,rent. interests. Thty are the leading lumber disqualified lor service as grand or petit and urn machine wa Ter offered at any ucn prK be published, and we recommend our in in thn court United Sutes, 35, any juror oM laat year. 180,(100 Famili dealers, native and foreign, in this city f friends to secure a copy of each of those or of any State, on account of race, col- Demand Ipcreaiing every day where they beccni "T" They manufacture sash and doors cheapknown. Ktot, Mihietert. or or previous condition of servitude, Judrea, lawyer. ' book! for their libraries. " er than they can be imported. They con nnd any officer or other pehon charged' elii.iUi. Tailor Au. mcoairoend thcro j I given free to hrit applicant. Jf,ll"J'' with any duty in the selection or sum- Kipht o agency ia yOur place, write for it, or buy a tract for buildings, and put them up in is w yonc Family or a relation, there moning of jurors, who shall exclude or chine for the best style on tho shortest notice. Welcome Homi:. Elder Robert M- - fail or W cheap. Mnthine aent to " better to summon any citizen for the cause tha conn on receipt of i"ic $10. Kead g ' They keep materials of all kinds for Quarrie, who returned on Saturday last aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of mis- ti.enieut try lesiuiiin)t "$C0 laved in every Fmy aud' finishing buildings, including from his mission to Enrope, called to see demeanor and be fined net more than anotlrpart pt thia paper. Addrees tha I ropr " .1 tor. KnsMT J. MtiiUttAtt ft Co, 5J0 one thousand dollars. And they are us We were pleased to- find him New York. pint- and Sec. 6. That ill cases arising under agents for the Fish Bros, fend Mitchel looking and feeling so well. He has bad the provisions of, this actio tie courts ''. , v,'t a prosperous mission and been absent of the United States shall be reviewable WagouS. ia congenial, hoiiorae, Read their advertisement, and if yeu two years and a raonih; r. by IbeSupreme Court oftaeUniiedShYes in', n , NforeoflVrH. Ch 'be1 emi- - without regard to the sum in con!rovr want anything ia their Hoe or lines He was vTced In'IbhaYjte nudir the same provisions and recula- . .. freeJ Annttw you vill be safe' a dealing wlti Wil nons as are uuw yro'iueu try r the IIOrXJE S Bud'35Vate ft, T Co., liams & Cv. nca leu tntm at urcsuen, vmo, 10 tiju revfew of other causes in saij'dourt. 104Uw. the utmost abhorrence, We consider that the destroyer of infant er factal life is tho most cowardly of wilful and about noon, President lie or the is bloody murderers. Bripliam Yoiinj:, accompanied by worse than the assassin who steals Prest. Geo. A. mith and others, lt a man in the dark and rived 4rm Lopan by the I'tih North- upon stabs him in the back. The vicafter loft on a Utah ern, and tim of the dagger might turn and Central special I've Salt Lake. for his life, but the helpless This is President Young's birth- struggle uuborrj being is entirely at the mercy day, and at the age of seventy-threof the hellish destroyer who crushes he was taking a little ride of about life for mouey. Such a crimlie looked stout, out its r.inety miles! inal should be dealt with by the utLeaiiV.y and .smiling, and in excellent of the law. Death is the and appeared reinnrkably most rigor only penalty at all adequate to the crime, and onr laws should be framed President Young is regarded by so as to make this horrible offence t early all the citizens of this Terri- capital. tory as their President, counsellor, And what shall be said of the infather and friend There u no head human mother who permits such an ( f a eeininuuity in the world whose outrage on her person and the fruit influence over the people he leads of her body. How unworthy of the nn be compared to that of Prighain blessings of maternity is such a woIt lias increased with his Young. man ! She assists in the shedding of y irs and the experience of his folinnoect blood Tho worst stain of His power over them is a lowers. murder is upon her guilty soul. It iin ral Auce exercised in plain worda, will follow he.' through life, and the she wisdom and benefit of tvhiili have crimson stain will brand her sinking been demonstrated by time and the spirit when she stands before her reception or rejection of thcui in prac- God! tical life, lie led the 'Latter-da- y For the deluded girl whohas been Saints from persecution and pillage led astray by the seducer's damned a hccure retreat in the mountains. and who seeks to hide her He pointed the path through the 'viles, shame by this awful alternative, we tifcrt, and showed them the way feel deep pity, and commiserate lie may through the rugged Ucig fitp. while we cuudemn. Put for t ok his bta.id ou the spot he first Milked as the place lor their homes J Ins led the van in every practical '" .1.tJienuvJ Jiuiii iiiu i.'aiiua uil untilcr i: ute cares oi rcarinir lier on- uimi aim .1.. improvement for the building up, despring by the wiful, deliberate crushvelopment ana beautifying of tho ing out of life she has helped to country. Success is stamped upon we have no sympathy bis enterprises, and Utah, as she develop, and no respect. She is lower than ttands in her strength nnd wealth and the lowest brute. She is not is a monument to rising glory fit to be called by the name of hi greatness that no marble cau woman. She should be shunned Kjual, and compared with which all all her sex who glory in the rich thitcled columns and painted me- by es of maternity. And society should morials are like spangled gewsetits ban upon this awful crime. Not gaws to the ttarlit firmament. by pretended little starts of horror ilis name is known throughout the and affected shudders of disgust, but world, aud whether it be honored or by practical exclusion from its cir is never coupled with cles of all who advocate or countenance weakness or insignificance. The social it, and by enacting and the stem problems he is working out are watch- execution of stringent laws ajrainst ed by the greatest minds of the age, this most heinous and revolting of and many who pretend to despise, fence against Deity, decency and hufcdmire him in secret. Ilia enemies manity. arc numbered among the crawling things of earth, who hiss and croak LOCA and pU out their impotent venom From Monday' t Daily of June 1. for a little season, then pass away into their native thine and are forT TTTE AMERICAN SARDINE COs HONK- - PltESIDEXT YOt!XGS III Kill I) AY. Tke big wind which did so much damage in Ogden, reached north as far . as Cache Valley. The only material damage we hear of was to the roof of the Logan Z. C. M. I. building, which was treated in the same unceremonious fashIt ion as that of the Oglen Branch. was rolled up like a scroll; like several scrolls; very ragged and dilapidated scrolls. The "Prince and Tower of the air'' don't like Z C. M. I., much. AxoTbER Roor IUllcd Up. . ie W "" ;" ... vvu Kill. Greater Wha-tsoevc- r ! '.- - what'-soev- er con-ejue- st d, ! i to-da- rc.-pect- E STRAY neck-yoke- s, A 44-- Estiav Notice. Estray Notice. I neck-yoke- FOLLOW-1X- fere-hea- d, JTEMS. gotten. 17-l- congratulate Brother Brigham Inn attaining to his seventy-thirbirthday, iu health, prosperity and peace, and hope ho uiay live to see truth prevail and liberty triumph among the p'ople lie loves, and that hi last days may bo fpent in rejoic leg o?c r the good he ha$ accomplished. Yc d k no nit him: cm mi:. The crime referred to in another column, ncrrtetrated at Salt Lake, i pomcthiog new in the history ol Utah. Befor6 the adveut of our Christaio civiliicrs, the common sins of older communities wcro unknown amour us. Bat with the influx ol 'orthodox piety and "American insti lutions," as our 4'rogenci,at'ors,,ploasi' to term them, drunkenness, prostitution aud other vices have reared their Shameless forms in our midst,' and at length abortion is added to the list of these "improvement." Ante-nata- l murder is a common crime iu the States. And many haVe become to hardened, in evil as to regard it as a venial offeuse, awfu enly when it is found out. Kxposure rot guilt, is the guage of public dis pleasure. We regard this violation tf the laws of God and man with 0 U-- 1 NOTICE. y Jen-ui- imprort-n.en- Patent e - P' fit-in- - , wall-paper- , - to-da- y. .' '. : -- laW-lo- tt?rr t ft ec;u'.