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She lUl.hd KTKRY EVENING, SniT Then take the Wellsville mail, returning to up bringing th Ilyrum, (a Paradise mail to IIyrum,4 miles, and receiving both the mail front Logan and that from Wellsville) thenee pro Wellsville aut ceeding through Providence back to Logan the same at each day, leaving their office, aud making a total journey of 24 miles, which can be done easily all winter by this route, as a good bench road is kept open in all seasons and thus the people in the southern settlements of Cache Valley will have good postal communication between themselves, and also with this valley and other parts. Now, the U. S- Mail loses a great deal of business. It is better, for instaece, for the Ilyrum people, when they want to send letters to Wellsville or Providence, to put a boy on a horse and make private ex press do the work of public mails. than to have their letters conveyed round by Wellsville to Logan, and lie there for two or three days rest- Jvillc gttwtioti. excepted 12 miles. 4; total, sub-carri- Editor Penrose, Cnnrles aalW.Bwiaess Manages. OGDOu UTAH. Wednesday Efeuln?, Sept. 24, 1S73 way-ma- il A San Domingo In Prospect. The Iiuh'au Territory was, many reservation year ngo, stt apart as a for the Cherokees and Choctaws, from Northern who were removed The Government entered Georgia. hito a treaty with those tribcs,plight-inits faith to protect them and to maintain them in perpetual possession of the title to their lands. It aluo guaranteed them immunity from federal intervention, and conferred upon them all the privileges ef a sovereign State. The Territory U flourishing and prosperous, dotted with farms smiling with abundance and in the highest state of cultivation. The School house and the church attest the strides they have made in civilization. lu ante helium days slavery existed in the Territory ,but was abolished under the operation of the constituWe havo no tional amendment. data upon which to form an accurate estimate, as to the number of freemen residing there, but they number many thousands. Advices from the South-wessay that the negroes in the Territory are moving to secure a territoriaJ organization preparatory to applying for admission into the Union ns a State. Bordering in Arkansas and Missouri they are ma terially assisted by the freedom of thoso States. The Indians are of course outnumbered and at the mer cy of their former slaves. g t Tho country has pledged its faith and honor to observe inviolate the forms and requirements of the treaty, and to extend to them that protection which is demanded net only by its terms, but by every consideration of humanity. For half a century these Indians have toiled in tho wilderness, and made that region laugh with happy homes, and covered it with thriving villages and hamlots. To dispossess them of their vested tights for the purpose of propping up the fortunes of a class who have not yet learned the first principles of would be positive Tandalism. It seems to us that, we discern' the finger marks of the ubiqr uitous, meddlesome who looks with covetous eyes and wistful gaze upon the prospect open for advaijcing his personal and political interests. Tho experiment of annexing to tho Union an Indian "San judging- from the experience of the last t wo years, we appiehend will prove abortive. carpet-bagge- ," - Mall Suggestions. Logan, Cache county, has now a daily mail.. This arrangement was effected during the recent visit of Col. Wickizer to the north. We ought to hear no more complaints from tho chief city of Cache. But how about the other set' laments, which only get I mail ? We have as a from them as from many complaints Logan. The chief trouble lies in the eouthern part of the valley, and we would like to wake a suggestion to the special mail agent for Utah in regard to the service to Providence Millville, Ilyruni, Paradise, Wells-ill- e and Mendon, which comprise the settlements iu the southern division of Cache couuty. We have learned of Ilyruni letters and newspapers Iving at Mendon,and of mail matter from Wellsville to Ilyrum only four miles distant being carried to Logan aud left there until the next mail day to the south. There is a simple remedy for the evils complained uf in these Letall the Cache Valley mail go to Lo gan Mendon niuy be excepted, as it is on the line of the Utah Northern Railroad, or it may be supplied by pouch back from Logan. Let the carrier receive his mail at Logan, proceed to Providence 2 miles; to in New England arid Canada. The issue was more favorable than expect ed. There is every prospect that next winter the Empire State will take initiatory steps which will materially aid in solving the great sub ject of transportation with which the interests of every city, State and the entire nation are closely identified. The attitude assumed by the mercantile classes throughout the country, and the farmers of the West, re garding the extortionate rates of transportation is decidedly firm, and they appear to be unshaken in their determination to struggle for uniform rates fixed by law. Ill acm Editor Ogden Cache Co., City, ' Sept. 6th, 1873. NEXT DOOR TO Z. C. M. L, CLOSING- OUT - THEIR MAIN STREET, PRESENT rRKPARATORT GENERAL TO PARLOR AND COOKING STOVES, XEW BUILD IX G ! All kinds of PRODUCE received in Exchange. gain L. W. SHURTLIFF, General McrcliaudiHe. . Pioneer I$rug Store OGDEi W. H. Robert Tyler, Esq., son of Tyler, has published a letter correcting some mistatements re garding the pecuniary condition of his father's family. With rare dignity and almost offended pride he declines, in their behalf, gratefully but firmly, any assistance tendered to gladden them in their green old age. Mr. Tyler acknowledges that his father retired from the Presidency almost destitute, having, during his term, expended his entire salary. Tho custom of conferring gifts upon public servants was not introduced during those halcyon days. The age of venality, when men invested with the robes of office and to whom were confided sacred trusts, condescended to accept bribes, was yet distant. The went to his grave full of and honors, bequeathing only years a name honored and unsullied, as a legacy to his devoted fr mily. Mr. Tyler takes occasion to say that his mother has a modest compe tence and is above the compassion of the world. While admiring this lofty exhibition of independence, melancholy reflections are suggested, by drawing, in this single instance, a contrast between the simple days of the Republic, and tho almost impe rial rule of The blandish ments of power, and allurements of wealth, aro potent spells which have wrought the baneful influences that afflict the nation, and have changed the political character of the Government. to-da- Musical. When you go to Confer ence call at C. W. Stayner s store," next to C. R. Savage's ponograph gallery. The beautiful Estey Organ is there on exhibition, and all kinds of musical instruments are offered for sale, cheap. The Victor Sewing Machine is also to Go and gee them. be seen at Stayner's. For the Option Junction : U; A. AM. Society. Millville 1 i : to IlyTum 1 ; to Wells- - Perry. F. L. DRUGS AND MEDICINES! Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes portance. The New York Senate and Assembly Joint State Committee on Transportation, recently held interviews with the Directors of the main roads & Perfumery; WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL. WINES, LIQUORS, ALE AND PORTER. GltOCEKIES OF ALL KINDS. 6rU Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Competent Druggist. collated. Highest Trice paid for Produce. Tobacco and Clears, of the J56F- - DON'T PASS BY IS rands. Choicest THE "PIONEER!" dl-t- DELIVERED f Bv the ton at the cars. " " delivered. - 7 - I f)fi S8.00. The Board of Directors met on the 23rd inst., Hon. A. P. Rockvvood in the Special Rafos by the Car Load, Chair. SANFORD BINGHAM, JR.. The report of Agent McMaster, in re lation to special premiums offered by Office at tj. P. Freight house several parties, was read. A telegram was received from Hon. Lorenzo Snow, with the information tha the Brigham City brass-ban- d would be at the Fair. FASHIONABLE TAILOR, A letter was r.ead from Div. Sapt. R. II. Pratt, of the C. P. 11. R., announcing Fifth Stheet, Ogdex, Half a Black West of Main Street. that said company were not giving any free transportation to rairs. Good Workmanship Guaranteed. Cloth Supt. Roskelly informed tho Board, by ing Cleaned and Repaired. N. U. R. R. the that would letter, pass over their line, gratis, stock or other products for the Temtoriol Fair, and all persons could have the advantage of regular conference rates. The C. P. R. R. have offered to take parties to the Ksxir at $1.80 the round trip, 'over their Ogden, line. On motion, all owners of stock were A.GIIAY, requested to have the same on the BREWER and BEMIS' grounds Friday morning, the 3rd of October, at or before 9 a. m. The Supt. of Fair Grounds was in & structed to advertise ground to rent to exhibitors of articles of foreign manufac Champagne Cider, ANB Lumber Yard. . J. HOLTIIER, L. Q. CHILD OGDEN STSA IN ANY QUANTITY TO ANY 0" TC. 183-l- FIHST- CLASS SIIINQLEa ! MASl'FACTFRERS OF - -- 09- Sash, Doors, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Mouldings, etc., Cupboards, Milk Safes, Tables, Sinks and all Kinds of Carpenter Work done to Order. A. Full Set of , -- 00- Machinery "Wood-workin- g in Operation. BON TON SALOON, PLANS & ESTIMATES OF BUILDINGS Fifth Street, ON REASONABLE TERMS. Orders addressed to Proprietor. FLYCARE & CHILD, ALE ture. Voted that the admission fee on Thurs day, the 2nd of October, be twenty-fiv- e cents, and that on Friday and Saturday fifty cents be charged. Ou Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the Gth, 7th and 8th, twenty-fiv- e cents. v oted that children under twelve be admitted at ten cents per capita. Voted that schools be admitted on the nd, Cth, 7th and 8th days of October, et ten cents per pupil, teacher and family free. Adjourned till Friday, at 7 p. m. Office and Mills, Fifth Street, Ogden, opposite Z. C. M. I. VTEXT SATURDAY, 27th, AT 2 P.M., THE Board of Directors of the Zion female Co XN operative Mercantile Institution, ot Weber Coun ty, will meet at the Society's Store Ogden, for Uie transaction of oustness. A full attendance is requested, and particularly that of Mrs. Spiers, of V lain Uity. MRS. SARAH A. HERRICK, Prest. l California Ale, and Lager Beer. The Best Brands of Cigars in ugaen, CALL AND SEE ME. Fourth Street, Ogden, 278-l- E. V. BROWN. JPoxvr BOOTS General Produce Doors 3?rom 2S. O. TX GEXEUAX, DEADER IX AID SHOES, LEATHER AID AT THE LOWEST TEICKS. COMMISSION W. T. BAKER II IHTth AS COMMENCED premises, BUSINESS IN IIIS NEW Street, Ogden. With a select and splendid stock of DRY ODS. GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS and tytODS. All for the lowest prices. Traduce taken. G MERCHANT! STOKE. HAS OPENED A NEW STORE on Fourth Street with a full supply of Tovs. Crockery, Preserving Jars. Fruit, Vegetable and Provisions oithe best quality. J. CALL AND SEE HIM. dJOO-l- EST REPAIK3 NEATLY EXECUTED: -- S V. O. Box 28. Shipping a Specialty. FIFTH STREET, P.O. Box 24. OGDEN, UTAH. dT76-t- f MEECHANT TAILOJR! J. TAYLOR, - - FIFTH STREET, OCDEN. Two doors west of Main Street. TAYLOR HEMXGER Haying: Turcliased the Business OF A new Stock of Fall and Winter GOODS of the hest mialitv lYuieli will be Cut in the .T. "W. XSrowning Main Street. Orden. Now offers to the public A CHOICE. ASSORTMENT GENERAL MERCHANDISE, COLCLOUOH FIXDIAGS ! i of XEW SHOE X. TKODCCE TAKEN, for d88-l- y OF General Merchandise, 13141 G. WHITEHEAD It SEW STOCK Granarj. PORTER, AND cheap transportation vigorously and is being urged with great energy. Associations, are organizing in every direction, with a view to bringing about a reduction of the exorbitant tariff now charged on our national highways. This movement was at first supposed to be conceived iu a spirit of agrarianism, and intended for the advancement of political organizations. But time has erased this impression, and the question of regulating the rates of transportation by proper legislation has become an clement of our commercial interests, second to none in im- Pritchktx DEALERS IN N. C. FLYGARE. tion. has - o Perry & Pritchett . The' agitation of the subject of ! COALVILLE COAL. Low Hates of Transporta- . - - HAI9T STREET, the above suggestions, feeling assur County Institution, are T11USTEES' NOTICE. ed that they are both anxious to do notified that the Board of Directors of will the meet at the Ladies Inst., Store, what is right in the premises. OF THE FIRST SCHOOL Ogdcn, on Saturday 27, Sept. at 2 p. m. THE Ogden City, are hereby notified that a meeting will beheld at Farley's schoolhouse, in said district, on Wednesday, Octo. 1st, 1873, at 7 p.m., for the purpose of assessing a tax for building a school house, and for the transaction of such other business as may be necessary. D.M.STUART. 1 D. It. PEERY, Trustees. E. STRATFORD, j Ogden, Sept. 18th, 1873. OAK STOVES A SPECIALTY. CHARTER CALLa Spiers of Plain City, is specially requested to attend. MERCHANDISE, MO VINO Junction: Mrs. OGDEN. AT LOW FIGURES! do-aw- ay Old School. - DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF NEW STORE. of the - - OF GOODS STOCK Dear Sir: Your correspondent from the President's party informed you that EST GIVE THEM A we had made a new road in Blacksmith Fork Kanyon, thus forming a junction it TOO WANT with the Ogden and Rich County road. Since finishing that we have made three miles of new road to the timber, and have purchased another saw mill to run by steam power and in a few days we 1309-2shall be ready to fill any aud all kinds of ing before they can go on to their orders that we may be favored with. destination. The plan we have sug The road and mills company are on the principle of gested will obviate the necessity of On Friday last at 10 a.m., Prest. B. private postal senice, and Young, jr., Bishop L. 1). Young, and with the present incessant and per Elders W. 0. Young and It. F. Neslen, preached to a full house. These brethDEALER IN fectly excusable complaint ; that is, ren enjoyed the spirit of their calling, well for and all felt their paid leaving providing the Cache Valley post- harvest and threshiDg. The subject of masters perform their duty as punc- was laid before the people . Or.? door west of Z. C. M. I., Ogden. in a manner that all could understand as follow Goods of tho lost quality at the lowest tuJly they expect their possible and see the necessity of complyiag laborers in this valley to do theirs. therewith. Produce taken in Excbang-eYours truly, We respectfully draw the atten C. C. S. The best house for the country trade. tion of Col. Wickizer, and also of Capt. Sam Howe, the contractor, to Ladies' Store. Ladies tf the Weber One CO. ARK INTO TH1IR CORRESPONDENCE. & CHILD HIGGIMBOTHAI, WALKER BROS. & GO. AT THE Lowest Possible Rates. CALL AND SEE. 25i-2- latest Fashion I AKD Made up in tlie 3Iost Approved Style, PUrVIPS!PUMPS! KEITS Pl'MPS dl-t- f UPHOLSTERY. I. M. fcTUART FOK SALE THE BEST AND FORCE and LIFT for deep or shallow wells. Also. Pa tent Point for Drive Well Pumps, with suitaMe iron pi nine. Pumps repairedand fltteduoon reason ble terms, at Workshop, Tit b Ing OttJce, ITS BRANCHES, CARRIED OS BT IN theALLsntwriber. Workshop oTer the Post Office. Entrance by the alley between C. Wood- -, mansee's an d the Post Office. THOMAS WILSOJT. 73-tf Sept. 3rd, 1873.