|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
ih:i:k, The term "cheek' ba passed from Oik regions of slang into the upper ' circl'j of current phraseology. It exi of unpresses in one word the blushing and unabashed impudence. The chief possi'wors of tin; gift of cheek" arc supposed to bo itinerant rtJwitig machine sellers- lut agents and Tight ning-rowc take excertions to the popular verdict. Tlie palm should bo accorded to the !o ca'led "Liberals" of After rising all the power Utah. contained in whole-clotfalsehood, wilful inisreprcsefftattsns, cunning , pai d.sring to popular prejudice, and the us4! of what mondeey eould be obtained, in order to prive the greater portion' of the people cf Utah of the right to vote and to serve on June', of the right when accused to a trial of a jury ot their fnerf. of the right to a choice of public officers, of the right even t Ldlf-vr- . what their opposers pretend consider to wrong, these same unprincipled scamps now turn round, and ask call themselves the people whom they have endeavor-- Ja b.ok-canva.seJ- d nTEMS. LOCAJ From Monday t)dihj of Jul; 27. m - THE AMKMCAV FA'tliTttt CO's BOSK LE83 fnriUnt', am mu.-lettr, aaJ lem ythan half the' cwt "Imported Sar.lW. A- h 17-l- For the best Icb Cream t: Fnyne k Chritian, iowii, go low the "Co op" no Fourth street. nave tried it. Ice-crea- m -- in be- We - h lobby-work- Fremi Surn.Y A coired at l'ei-bles- of Dnigs Drug ' ttofe, juet re oth St. II. Orme. p Gibbs. c. ...... e .1. . M. Loveland, r f.. Puma. Ouu fl 1 8 & 2 4 4 4 ( I' Wheat ly. s s... I Orini', 2 r W. By bee. 3 b. 1 h . Valentine, c f. C. AU-- u. tie. A neck-ti- e ? ociable will be the M- K. Church next Wednesat given inday even'ng. Persons of all parties vited. Ice cream, etc., provided. Admission to the building free. N'hCK - Mrs. Stenhoua1, who was unalle, on account of sicknes?, to attend last. Thursday evening, will deliver her lecture, ou tlie "Evils of Polygamy, ' at the M. E. Church (Tuesday) evening. Tickets, as before, 50 ccata. Pic mc Ball. invalids to visit. 6 6 2 It is a mistake to carry to Soda, camp 8 tood. and uteus-iiequipage, conking 1 8 f I, Barnard, The Sterrett house is un excellent hotel, 7 II. Loveland, ast. c where for $10 per week as good board C3 can be obtained as:it any hotel in Og len. 27 Total Our old frieud, Wui. Sterreti. acts as Cmpii e: A. Alh n of Call's Fort C'uh Scorer: A- Anglesey of Call's Fort mine hist, and vv cm aid ourtett.inony that Club. to that of our returned traveleis, Plain City Star Ci.cb. he is an excellent provider, courteous, Tuns. Out e. attentive and genial. 2 A. Peterson, c Capt. Hooper greeted the visitor cor- J. Man iot, p. 6 Ihr 2 4 3 dially, as he dies all who go to the springs Cnrver, 1 b 4 4 b 2 S He has there. when he is sojourning Itaymaml. 1 6 W (i. d.les, 3 b built a handsome residence, that would 1 G M. Skeen, I s s be au oiuument. and a eredit to any W. fl 3 s 3 r Stewart, 3 3 city, and has taken a new lease of Lfe M. Sharp. 1 f 4 3 from partaking cf the waters of the M Thnmas. c 3 8 It. f a Davis, springs. President Young an J company have built about twenty miles of fence, - 41 27 Total an l made many improvements at this Durntion of game, three hours thirty pbiee. minutes. was celThe Glorious Twenty-FourtA Base Ball ina ch game, played beball the at Sterrett ebrated by a grand House, when our Ogden friends, the tween the Hooper and Slutei vil.'e Clubs, Benedict party from Salt Lake, and j July 18th, .b74. Score us fallows oiuer visitors participated in tne tentiv- Hcopkr. rtntis. Outs. ities, and duly honored the Pioneers of fi 2 '47. They visi'.ed Swan Lake, the Cave, J Bclknnp, S 4 W. Fowers p tlie limestone formations. Steamboat 2 4 las. Johnson, f b 4 2 Spring and other object of interest, ami .los. Fi' wi r.'i, 8 b 1 3 b on left John Fowers, reluot:iutly Saturday morning, ) f- As t they would oust everybody from posiInformation Wa.ntki by J. C. tions of trust who has the interests of Newton, Cache Co., of the where of the people at heart and push into abouts of Msrius (lusberg, a boy aged their places the peoplo'a bitterest 11, who was taken by some stranger in Ogdcn on Thursday enemies. Are they not "liberal?" from the depot 16. He the arrived the day before with Aod the richest part of it all is they the Scandinavian emigrnntg. Anyone want us to help them accomplish informing the above of his whereabouts their nefarious object. Is not this will be suitably rewarded. tho quint essence of "check?" Itkms or Travel. Five companies of 'i the 8ih Infantry, from Fort D. A. Cheyenne, will pass through this Tho THOiily-Fourt- h hi city ou or &b mt the 20th inst., going Gas-ber- g, K.us-sel- West. A command of soldiers under Lieut. PLAIN CITT. Col. Wilkin,' of the 8:h Infantry, arrivDaybreak firiog 6f guna unl using ed from Beaver yesterday afternoon and tti etaiB uud stripes. took tho C. P. train for the West. At 9 o'clock a.m. procexkton formed in Hon. S. fl. II. Clark, General Superthe following order: intendent of the U. P., accompanied Vy Body of bogus Indians, under a ladies and lt. gentlemen, arrived party of ct.it I Slick d'lavf. and from the Kat proceeded westward, 2J. filing bund, leader, Gee. Brim-welSaturday evening, tit a special car. ten. 8d. Wagon tastefully decorated; Mr. flo. Folkinan and Miss Mary Harris, Oonss Brass Band. Wo were much iih a lamb, representing Shepherd and gratified while at Salt Lake to hear so Shepherded. 4th. Wagon decorated, Miss Eveline many voluntary encotniuma on the J)U seated in costume; reprceuiinj; Iimss Band. Their performance at UodileM of IMenty, followed by 12youi g he was highly spoken of by ali Jubilee lndn-8drestd in white under the diwith whom we conversed! A merabtr ot rection of Minn Minnie Carter. Gih. Sunday School children in the orchestra, a thorough musician, said John he did out think any other brims band in wagons, under Superintendent flpitrs. the Territory could perform tho overture The procession moved through the which they played in the Tabernacle in principal m efts. as good syle. We are proud of their reMeeting in school room at half pact ception. Ogdeu ought to appreciate and 10 a.m. them. Capt. Pugh is & first encourage Music by the hand. and the whole band is a class leader Ringing by the choir. JanvjA Prayer by chaplain I'ngLnd. credit to the city. We ehould like to Pinging by the choir. ' ?ee a permanent union of the. gentlemen Oration, J 1 Folkman. who performed at the Jubilee, there Music by ilio ban 1. were several musicians playing who bePiaging, Geo. Mucgruve and Ca. Cbas. Song, Wejuhmtou?, ''Urate long to another orgaaiiation in this Pioneers." city. They should all he one, and with Pinging by the choir. little mete practice, they would blew Bpeecb. ti. W. ShurtlitT. ihe eocks off any laai in the Territory. Singing by the choir. Benediction bj rhi phli.. At half past two p.ui. JuVeTiiie 4ar.ee Tnir to Son. P. S. Fucharls and in sohoot room, udor F 0. IUiph. J. ou the West, Esq , called to eee us this public square. Spoils Fcot raising for priirs. morning, having returned last evening Practice on ihe boruontal tar. Cir- from their trip to Soda Springs.' They cus performance, etc. have been absent ft week, and have put MrectotS of spoi ls, Messrs. Muegrate and William Lyle. ike timo in to advantage. The party tiam of Ilase Hall Ball by Star Club cansiste I of the two cenilemen named of Plain City. . At half past Hen p in. Grand Ball above, Messrs. Kabert and TVinSe dHar-rsMessrs. RichC. Neil tar adnlta. Floor L'jreaia and Charles (lominiuea of Arrtngeiuents, C. Neal, ards, and Dr. Groves, of Salt Lake. Vf. England and F. G. Ralph. travetel by way ef Ogden Valley The dyu proceedings wens, off merrily They ani D'tacktiuitu'a Fsrk to Bear Lake and all eemel i enjoy taen.se;ve Valley, viiiiiog tuot cf the settlement tap iy. in v v.'.!y ff iLo Vsiuttiu tii l, Og-de- n THE SWtSS A.M. GBRM4 Mtin, c 2 4 .., of Cache Vallt-y- , west coming by 4 Mom-p2 J. rs s side, and reaching homo in two days' B Johnston. 3 8 If 4 2 journey w ith a buggy and a single hore; 11. Smith, c f...- 3 2 the other members of the party traveling JeStfO Fowers, r f in a light wagou. 27 82 Total They mean l go egiin. They would SlATERVILLE. like everybody to know the virtues of Runs. Outs those health-givinsprings, and advise 3 .. .. 2 J. Corven, c all that need recruiting to go there and o S Ja. Slater, p- 2 partake of the w aters of life freely They John Slater, f b 4 2 received a " ower of good"' during their P. Smout, s b b 2 R. t Corven, short slay. The easiest way to make the 3 It. Stevens. 1 8 s trip is to take tha Utah Northern to R Haneloy, r s s .... 1 Franklin. Having previously made ar- A. Henlnan, 2 f W . 2 Smout, c f. rangement for team at Franklin, drive 4 T. Sanger, r f. out twenty miles the sirae evening to Robbins. Next d iy drive to Soda. Put 23 Total- 27 up at the Sterrett House, stay as long ss A large crowd gathered around to wit convenient, and arrange for team back ness the game, which went off at the to Franklin. This is the essiest, quick, rapid paco of two hours. est, cheapest and pleaiantest way to J. Belksat. make the journey and erjoy the benefits of the f riugs at Sod&. . g 1 Pigeon Suoottug. CxcsAniNa AMOsasT Monte Men-- A few days since throe ladies, who have had coneileralde experience of the thousand and one evils arising from the liquor tralli?, and having no end of eon ri lence in p;!in singing and prayer .s means a of mitig tting the vice, resolved to crutade a little among the linur dealers, wine bibbers, and monte men afToano. Tc this end they provided themselves with a large number of prayer and hymn bnoks, both for their own use and to distribute among the bibulous heathen of railroad town. In the course of their adventures th?y fell in w.ib a number of monte men, who are generally very palite and agreeable and pMscsstd of Very f issinating manners, and when a friendly game of cards, 'just to pass away the lime you know," was proposed, the ladies, who werj tealous in the work of redemption, and determined to show how eay it was to resist the temptation ot introducing betting into a friendly atte of cards at once cousented. At the clone of the game ihey were stripped of all the holy literature with which they had thought to convert the Binners in Toano tore pentaace. 'Bucking the tiger' at three card monte neer pays any but the professionals themselves, and Cveh prayer books stand no chance against their sleight of hand. There are now more prayer books nnd hymn books ia Toano' than ft parson could s ike a stick at and prayers and hymns ore a common as ,4nnW in all the saloons and gm.lding bouses of thai The above is lively lown. "jrok" hut i vouched for as a fact by reliable gentlemen th.-v- t EniTOit y anyhow?. 7V-lunc- 1 loliar,- ' Junction: " A , W., n,innT: Of Maih MaMie; Meier: Ka.harina. .Ih, j r'"il!m . .. i ,,,,1 r,!;,i.. m;,i ; .JaCOIl. .'icinn l;i Ul'fr,), Jottk'b. and Aueust . Anna, Kathanna, Jac(.h .L.i...... ' .ouise, Auziist. F.rnil an.l .!,,!,. BartlKiUimaniis. Anna and Jol.h Star' Ulrich, Kuthai iua. L'lnch and R,w,,li. Maria Sc'iiess: Fried Unferi..lt tha and Enid Hurber FROM THE KNOI.ISH v ' Mr.SSIOM. Anie ia and Herheri lli...,iu. 'r,- . Fliza. Joseph, Eliza. Orson. IMwin Jah ' Altred. hii.-i-Harriet and Harry Asior-tj r riet Juke?; Mannasah. .I.kn,Di n.'1 riet, Ann Ii, Emma, Arthur, rieor Wm , Ann, John Thomas ami Y Sniith. Fumi'u rf SatnU booked to BoHon. U 8 not luivviy aujjtcirht jutalt to tarr. thrmthroujh to Utah: Thomas, Lizzie II, JoLn and Sarah Ann Cul ey. John Keller, returning n issio ury, B - i Sn-a- a . charge. . Caucus at Logan. Logan, July 27ih, pahlic caucus was held A 1874. Ht Logan City on Saturday evening July 'Jutb, 'J C. C. Hurst being called to the ela;r and James A. Lcisuman app inted y Setr-tai- . A Committee consistirp of Charles Card. A viu Crouketw an James A I 0. Leish-ma- whs pj oini el to nominal precinct the iiotiiinatiori otlictrs, ami to maile by the County cauaus.. comistiog of the representative inea of tho Countr th' Saturiliy previous. cum-ide- r The Coiuniiltee retired, to ddiberst, in the meantime speeches wer mdt npprofos to the occasion by Messrs. C.J. Larsnn, C. C. Hurst and T. B. Cardon. The Committee returned and made the fodnwing report: That we ast puhl'i c liens of tlu precinct of LogsntusU'm the aciinn of the County caucus, in tho endorsement of Territorial officers, wl in the nominations of County officers a published in the Deseret AVtot and Or deu Ju.scriN Curried un niinou?lj. Tho comrhiite presented the nvne of Aarco D Thatcher for Constable for Lcgan precinct, carried; and Ralph Smith una Henry Flanun for lence viewers. Meting adjourned tine die. Yours, Jamrs A Lmsiimas, Sec'y. A Clkvkr Boy. A farmer's wife, in speaking of the stmrtnes?, little aptiicas and intelligence of her son, a lad six year old, to a lady acquaintance said: "He can read fluently in the Bihk repeat the whole Catechism, sc4 weed onions as well as his father." 'Yi'B muthcr," added the youDj; hopeful, ' yesterday I licked Ned Kayson. tbrowidthe cat into the well and stole old Ilinkley'a ih-i- r giudet-betche- rlifj. E stray Notice. " 1 Country Storekeep Ur pot-pie- STOCKS OF GOOD Lightning Stroke. Eion.vM Citt, July, 24, 1874. Enrroa OoDr.v Junction: Dear Sm: About 12:40, last night in an almo-- t dry thunderstorm, f which he season is so characteristic here a rm-he- d it Teasdel&Co, SALT LAKE CITT, The Latest Stylet?, , busintu. 1,1 Dear Sir: Notwithstanding the rainy weather, which was very a.cpiahle, the enjoyment sporting fraternity had Some gentlemen came up on the 24th. from Salt Lake City H&d were joined here by Ihe Ogdcn hgys who are fond of shooting, and took carriages to the shooting grounds well supplied wiih birds, ammntitinn, ". Mr. Oby, of Salt Lake, nnd Mr Grccn-wel- l of this city, opened the by shooting for a pr te of $50 having 15 rHAVE IN MY POS8K8SION THK animals, which, if notc!iw binls each to shoot Mr Oreenwell away within ton ilnyfr.iu dt. t u came off victorious. The shooting wr amid taken to the hijfhwt wponeilile t'ldiler excellent and enjoyed by the sporteraen Opein City ttray Pound, at 2 p. m. umall white ctrip in fce, very much Just ss the match wns He. 4 Onn roiiii bore. . yeniK old, brnndel C B on toft ttiiph. cided it began to rain in torrents nnd Oiiadapiilo crenm M;tre,BUr in foreheajl the boys found shelter un'il it subsided, .t.llemarkeJ, liramied C B on Mt itiifeh, when the following gentlemen agreed to jenriold. Wm.K.TIKK. shoot for Sweepstakes Friaos $20 first DiBtrict Pont)ttkwpw dlS-prixe, 10 second prize: Messrs Oby. Ogden City, Jnly 23, 1874. Green well. Wright, 1'atterson. Tyree and Ordener, being the contestants. This match ended with a tie between Tyree. Patterson and Oreenwell, to be deoided by shooting six birds each. 1'atterson and Oreenwell each killing all of their birds, bMh prizes were divided between them The sport being ended everybody Will Sad it to vlimtre t punte left the grounds satisfied with having tkwir an abundance of fun and anticipating a . good pigeon Carlos. terrific concussion, lik? the explosion of a powder magazine, was heard, and the lightning attending it, entered through " IV.be Coazins doopn't dms like ihe chimney of the house of N. H. Nei. son and reached the room in which he Wr brothers of the bar," eajs the was keeping ;h his family. Ti e elecChicago Trihuuc, by way of com- tric fluid pnssed between the ceiling and ment irit an item.- Ihat'e undoubt-edl- the wall of the house, and to the cellar between the house true; fhe drosses by putting on through and wall. the No body was hurt. The herdothes over her le:d while tWy walls and woodwork of the building are don't, and whut'a more th?y can't, cracked and split considerably, and litf what it of tto some articles wer singed a little. - J ' - "d Sophie Kunyler: M.rgare.ha. h G. Fowei a. I U., Barbara. Bann.,.n- - ties . .1 Lectlue. IHM thl toil J 1874. Ue 1 J2fl5-rteG- NjlUlH Of Booked throvgk to Ogden from I ch.u ana Anaa Friscliknechi- m:., en, Fr,u,,d: ' Dirt . . relmor-,i milr. tTillll iMlThi'l' . o , Call's Four Cms. t Soda Spring', They spent two diys .tnd feel as though tbey had found c the elixir of life. They cn-- enthu-iavtiover tho beneficial effects of the waters, and think Soda is tho right place for ali s the weather was fo unpropiiions laat Friday, the proprietors of Jones' Grove have arranged for a grand ball, next Friday, the 31st inst. I'urJy's band is engaged, and a gay and iestive tirre is anticipated. Dancing to 1 to destroy to 'tote for thcirnouiinere commence at 2.30 p.m. Admission to the elecLion! la not .if. the approi.'hii) grove free. th:s the very perfect n of the highToads. While Mr. I. N. Goodale was est, or rather lowest "cheek." They up at the mcuih of tlie ISrch canal turnare ho "liberal" that they would deing off the water, he saw, during a big prive, if poysible, every woman in storm last week, what he supposed was Utih of the elective franchise; tboy a fall of hail about ten rods distant from would prevent every man who him, covering the ground to the depth re- of two inches. On going to the spot he that Joseph Smith M ceived .revelations from flod, from found the ground covered with millions of small white toads. Now where did holding any office or having a "them toads'" eoaie from? voice in appointing anybody else: Plain City. mads Soda Springs in tHree days, the played between the Call's Per roads being in good condition. Tbey Bftselfcill Club and the Plain1 City giH Minted a little by the wy, bagging con -, Club, played at Call's Fort, July 18tl. liderable small game, such as sage benetc 1S74: prairie chickens, grouse, rabbits, The 't, : et-t- f 'L-wcr- Prleee, , .