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LOCAL ITEMS. Daily of Aug Coining Home. 7. The friends of Mr. E, Richardson of Plain City, will be pleased to learn the news contained in the following letter, police to Tax-P- a of Weber Countj are herereceived last evening by W, Q. Child, TftX.pyers that their Territorial and Esq. The statement of the temperature notified by are now due and must be of Soda Lake is a stretcher, and ii pro- County taxes to the requirements of oably intended as a warm joke: iaid according Soda Lake, the law. 160 Miles from Holcomb Valley, save cosls Pay up an(l July, 17th, 1874. Jos. A. West. Warres Child, Esq. . Dear Sir, I arrived here this mornAssessor and Collector with Mr. Richardson, he has been ing Office on Franklin, between Fourth steadily improving ever since I left HolAs I now write, he has a violin and Fifth streets. Office hours from 9 comb. dG9-G9-land is playing on it and seems to be in 5 p.m. till m. t the best of spirits, if no accident occurs. . .lurouRHL wun A n.; !. iiis iooi on, "i vuine Major L. Cass Forsythe, PKU80NAL. v. ; 4 ...;n , I IV 111 lthni, UCH-DC U CVIiUU JVUI,, ..uuuU Quartermaster U. S. A., and Dr. Kins- All well. The team is standing it first rate. Weather 130 in the shade this man. Surgeon U. S. A., reached our city From this on will have cold morning. from Montana this morning, and left for er weather. It will take 5 weeks to tret the East. to your place if we are not detained, With kind regards, I am, yours truly, Warmed Up. The weather has been W. f. CRAWFORD. Has since election. the ever hotter than Old Sol become angry at the deeds and Condensations. From last evening's doings of the party of discord? From Friday' Mr. John Zachert being unable to obtain bail, was sent this morn-in- g to Salt Lake City to be placed in custody ef the XI. 3. Marshal until the next term of the Third District Court, to which he stands committed for trial on the charge of shooting with intent to kill Wm. Norris. Ik CustodT. jcrs. In the othei precincts of course there was some noise and excitemeut, but the fifth carried off the colors and is now resting on its laurels and looking after the wounded. For yeu must know that in the grand melee that they finished up Z. C. M. I; COLUMN. the day with, three menwtre terribly hurt, the Mayor had his coat lorn off his back, and was severely beaten, and Jeter Clinton, the police judge, and four policetnea were arrested, and inarched offtotriai. One of the best jokes was Call and Ske Him. Mr. Thos. Scully, on General Maxwell. He tried to vote who has recently opened the Railroad but was chal enged and vote refused beHotel at Terrace, as previously anoounc cause he had uot paid his poll tax. To thiak that the United States Marshal and ed in the Juxetios, will be "at home" aspirant for Congress, should not be at the Ogden House, this evening, and qualified to vote, is pretty good. So cordially invites bis friends to cowe and many sensational things transpired, that see ;m. it. leaves for Terrace, ' aeain. 1 8hoii lii not have time nor paueica to . enumerate them. i . tomorrow eveniu. Our city is very pleasant now; we ire having ee much rain that it keeps the GOODS, A Bad Stiff. On Thursday Grant gardens looking fresh and green and tUo dust for pedestrians and car lays Heninger, an employee of the C. P. Rail- - riages, and with alittle moonlight mixed CONSISTLNOOJ road was engaged loading a car, when in makes riding or walking delightful the inslined plane, slipped and he fell to these summer nights. The ouly thing in amusements here now is the the ground, the load and truck weigh- lueiineoi Yokes family. They are playing at tte ing altogether 800 pounds, was thrown theatre, and every one so far prouounces AnJ Patterns of on his back, bruising him severely. Dr. them splendid, very funny and very dif ferent from other burlesque performers P. L. Anderson is attending on him, and where an unlimited display of fine limbs Xewt: thinks the patient will soon recover, as and bums are substituted for good actseveral dogs hare bitten people at he is From Salt Lake. Mr. EliasJMorris, progressing finely. ing and wit. They have adopted an en of the firm of Morris and EvaDS, was in Salt Lake. Wednesday night the- six tirely new and original line, and it seems connected with business on to take well, even though the "naked old Mr. Geo. of town year daughter Hedger Three girl babies be truth" is tmilted. The Three More. is the regular troupe Works. the Iron spe was bitten by a niangj cur and had to OrgatMlieN. here are scattered, some cast. Messrs. this fore that breakfast play morning. and saake Morris lMquew, medical of receive treatment. Evans, they cialty Ambrous Greenwell, Wm. H. Clark and seme west, and around the country until in the T!td best Yokes full are and the the wiuter season begins. Territory. family drawing Harry Gillard are the three rejoicing A new street car run by steam was well satisfied houses at the Theatre. daddies. We uuderstand that these swell tried on our streets the other day, and From this morning's Herald: GENERAL ASSOKTXCNT OF Lscoee There is some talk of a the number of new girls to eleven in Og gave great satisfaction, especially to the The little daughter of Mr. Isaac Hard who a in and crowded of the "Old Folks" concert. got den this present week. All the result youngsters man died yesterday from severe bums free ride. I understand it is to be put That s right. Do it again, ana sing of the election of course, a liberal addi s on and run when the and a received while kindling a fire with kero ponicwhere where everybody can see tion to the census for the benefit of few necessary arrangements aro made, " sene. , and hear that wishes. and I fear no one will drop a tear of resome future People's Ticket. The steam dummy is making regular gret for the lovely mules that will be trirs oa the street railroad to Warm displaced. Ni-We have had some comfortably warm! Accident- .- . Paper. San Rafael, Cal., has a Springs. oung German named Uer-nhere when palm leaU and tee vrat-e- r called the is new weekly paper. It A young man at Dosatiful nearly lost Frederick Click was brought iu en the days were pleasant to have near one. Not & Wood. and is published by Oman tho sight of one eye ' through a compan U. P. train, last evening, with one of his many ladies are seen out: even shopping It 13 a well arranged and interesting ion feet in a frightful condition. He had looses its charm, and our best endeavors Clothing in (.'rent TuriHy.. foolishly flipping a pebble at him. its and beat" bir way from the East, and being are put forth to keep cool. Rutin the shaet, typographical appearance Roys be cautious. is mist excellent. The type frcm which detected near Wasatch, jumped off the eveniegs you may eee them coming out Anothar excursion to Cache is on the in numbers dresned prettily in cool it i printed was obtained, from the tapis. train whlie it was in motion, lie fell to lawns, and thin fabric; meeting the groun d the cars passing over Lin friends, laughing, gossiping and enjoyfuundrbf Painter & Co.an Francisco, of th twenty-fou- r the oldest and. best establishment fur hi.Ecnas Uetcrvs. Here are some right foot crushing it in a terrible man ing the ' best part hours. Many wf the youag folks revive on Coast. Pacific to the material Ho the He was Junetion ner. taken printing more election returns, all favorable to to de considerable flirting with tel an' wailed upon by Dr. P. L. Ander enough the right cause. AXI lovely eyes, pretty words from prettier, the flutter of a tiny The returns of Peaver County election son, who found it necessary to resort to lips, 11.sometimes, Locked Up. Mr. John Zachert, being . :.. . -poor leiioni ; unable to obtain the $2,(HHJ bail required show C31 votes polled: George Q. ampuation. iour toes were laieu o if, unuMnenuu'i Biyjieurn irs', Mkscs' nnJ CKiliJnn'- two foet Inches about and a the Re102. jpened received G19; Cannon Baskin, as seeurity foi hi9 appearance before the mure daughters of Eve! But yet the TriuimtJ bais and I'ancj ()o.J.. Third District Court atiitsnext term,, prcsentative to the Legislature, John P.. helf and the crushed bone extracted soas of good old Adam enjoy being vic tims evidently, At much here as iu other i - Tka patient snbmitted to the operation for shooting Wm. Norris, v&3 last even-- , Murdock, the "People's" candidate, rei f, nnvlii tf Mia ui.aiu v i.uw ati.1 nvit'tt It'sC UAn vruuil a t 1U riir vt James Low, "liberal," 102; astonishing fortitude, bearing the much lag; confined Ui 'the,City prison.; He baa ceivedut7; breaking a mim'g heart will strugnot yet been 'able io file hi bond, aad county officers on the "People's" ticket- Pm without chloroform. aad never m.k gle through, and at lat some young ing any outcry. Dr. Williams, who is girl is deluded into taking U warrant. I from present appearances must remaia received about the same majority. The Davis County vote is as follows: rapidly recovering Lis health,, was pree new and quivering wiih love's fim j ail a durance vile until his fria A Willi feTvi'K OF ect during the amputation. The young dream: bah! For Delegate to Congress, Geo. Q. Can not forthcoming he will be forwarded to rkk-netThere is not much comjlaitit of man will proceed to Sua Francisco this Raskin 5. non 1090, R. to morrow morning. .Su'.t Lake Cit here now, unlets it be disappointed to locate University OTening, Supt. Pratt Laving generously politicians, and alittle wirepulling mv Commifisioners oat as good as new. The straighten them Lands, People'8 Ticket 10'Jl, "Liberal" 5. presented! bun with a through pass. .Ion i Aft' T. Kl.n W. C. Mun-roTy,K LiBERAi," Thief. Representatives to the Legislative As to all. He had many friends and ad- - Hardware, Napie Drrj''s, Notinns, the youth who was jailed yesterday sembly, Anson Call 1088. Willard G. ' personal and through the mtCORRESPONDENCE l'upcr Hanging, Qnn's-Warf- , a watch and a . ou, a charge of btcaling diua ef his paper. Very few can Smith, 1088. , ' FaddW, liar-- . in words at such time what is fell shirt, wns this morning brought before " Probate Judge, Wm. R. Smith 1085 Lake Salt City. and but he is St"uiid Harpc-and trim- thought, sincerely regret Alderman Thoinpsoa nud fined Parish 1084. Selectman, ted. August, 7, 17 J. .N'aiia. ' ' ' Vil&i which he will have to werk out on iningM, Owrdacft Ed. Ocdex Ji.vct.iqn: Sheriff, Rob. W'. Buxton 108C. found wns the streets. The watch chain Coroner, Jesse'W. Smith 1087. Being such near neighbors it setinsos fueJinlhe'collar ofbiseoat.Y He is a one might chat oftner and mor.e socially if 1037. Carton Surveyor, Joseph ' fite'ral "' youth and will bear much than heretofore, though topics are not Morgan County returns hhow: very plenty now, but we hope, our city watch in 2 until he leaves town. For Dclegats to Congress, Go. Q. Can will soon recover from its stagmyion in business and amusements, for thr. latter non 328; Raskin I, s to Locate Commissioners University depenas in me- iirst, pieasure-seeiierTup. editor of the Columbia, S. C. Ja-710 ana neea ous:sn! niui n J1111S f n;n , , nioney fprnu, .. A'iL5TS lyR p. .11 ..11. with graceful eloquence, acknowledged lands, Johjj Van Cott 320; ...t... ittic, Kit lii&i uas ureu iaik- ju nriog 32'J. John colS29; was election day, before it Rowberry ed about the receipt of a milk punch in one . Representatives to the Legislative As caiue every one was on the qui t ine, umn, and in the next published "a Tern-- , Office t - Lofjuiif Carhe Con iffy Willard Q. thinking it would be exiting, each party perance Department."' SomeboJy has sembly, Anson Cull, 327;. ' a other would make the that thought 325; Jesse Haven 2. complained J bis inconsistency, and Smith, struggle for victory, that bullqt ' gret would Jesse Havea,327. Probate be stuffed, authorities brow JudgeK the JAn7:has boias of "editor thai the explains voters insulted, aad free Huvinc Hire JtHim Rw Mills Geo. beaten, lady 37, Thackery Selectman, the what into, do with to goes nothing MHIJE fighjts the (dis) order of the day. County Surveyer, Jens Haasea, 327 temperance column of his pper,.nor And in the fifth precinct at the City. ' ' . t!I,LS OP have centlemen ' who conduct that Hall, that progranmc was carried out tQ a dot; it seemed as if Bedlam were let department anything to do. with what From Saturday's Jhuly of Aug. 8 loose, from the time the polls were open' goes into the editor of the Jfm'l." ed ia the morning until long after sunThanks. The complimeatiof Mr. M down, it was confusion, fun and fighting. la any yuucUtJ t rutci vbU Buchmiller and friends. are duly receiv There was an immense crowd there, and Dt.MisE-r-W- e received; with mush new minutes would.be a there few every fbe' news' this' morniag jef the death ed and appreciated. We go for the right, disturbance. The crowd would swsy , , DEFY CQM PETITION. tf Mr. George G. Taylor, ftt- Salt Lake, on rcgaruie33.Mi kuv back and forlh, Bhouts, oaths, and yells, MAIL, the morning of the Cthinst Mr. Taylor feel pleased to hsve our. efforts under- with cries of "Put him out," ' Give it to him," and a lively fight would rage stood. the i of .... was well known to the members imatJiutt attctti'uc. for a short time, and when that had Church in London, where he was an some Our nw WAGON one over subsided ft little, MAC HI-- . Clark's. Best. Clark's baby weighs with eloquence would keep boiling t fa tu tiiilrwU them shout- LCMBER Sliij.pJ to ny active Eld;r,, 'presiding for some' time .VERY PKJ'AirDJENT wijlt ort-- . Clark says it is tho-re' The police were ing and laughing. ;,Vuu great.; auceesS, ia the I'addingtoa twelve pounds. Lq drunken and quaropened in tke y M. HAMMOND, Rranch. The funeral vill take place to- suit of "Clark's best." It is kepHn kept busy, arresting . relsome persons, many disgraceful ' marrow from the residence of his Boa Mr, bottles and folks take it for medicine. scenes occurred and much that was rii.,S,tf. Did TIJhhis Otitic Yanll J. Taylor the aeiton. diculous.. " V 'l A great many ladies voted of both par; Heins' evenEvesisg Scuooi.-rrr- of. Famn ,f)' Safe. some would wIk up and vote as ties, )f'., H, SttjK. Cf.oi'enku. The Utah Hotel. tUe finest ing school for instruction Jo penman dignified and property as a veteran poli SECIIOX OF GRASS QUARTER . , scheol-roocommenced the ia others has W. while embarrassed Mr. and got ticiau, A ship a Ogden, has been reopened by and FARMING LAM) near Eden, and threw their ballot in All crJrs ciJr(j5-- j II. H. Andrews, who will conduct it on tem at the rear of the M. E. Church. . A excited, without Ogdeu Valley, for sale vrey cheap, for Ittobe nuns , box waifing v . the 6 perance principles. ' The tituation and . bered. or themselves, sworn, one lldv . . FOR CASH OR STOCK. ana anotner, iriinea some ribbons, weBt fi times before Jeter Clinton to estabs little, accommodations of this and catching the name of a vote, but woulu not sjvear that her hus lishment' give it the chief position in leaning-bacInquire for further particulars of nsed candle, by the scholars behind band was either a natire born or Latura- this city. We trust lha Mr. Andrews, 1 1 - OGDEN BRANCH. Just Arriving! I OUIi SPUING Xlio Choicest SlylcH, Prlnls, Percales, - linens to-da- y, Fire-bric- k - DRY turn-table- GOODS! h, lin-in- s, , SIIOKS. 1 1 . 1 J 1 w-t- s Groceries! , e, - ex-pre- ', V Jel ui . Ti.o-wa- 1 r. The Utah: Northern LUMBER Co. - , ii.il 1 SINGEIl'S Sewiug Machines c:i:i.i:iutATt;i LUEIBER PHXCJu I ORG ANSI rv ' OKDI.IIS BV rf-ei- . r: - D, -- fin. ' A For ! .. JOOPJfi, i m , first-clas- i.,. .... to'l. 1 has. had great experience- - la the must be alittle more careful. The pupil business,' will meet wiliUhj: success he spciK very nigoiy oi Air. lleiRSJajitem aticipale'j. ROBERT Who , 1 pergHftfliTe powers foiled to make youpg womsn.pr&iane that or tt.tle WILSOS,.IIarritville; JiscTic.x cce. ' ilm.