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Aafctt - low mT-T-- to hearlbat Miss of daughter of Joho Low, II Goixo A war. Captain ' John R. Wil liama, late proprietor, of the Utah Hotel, is about removing" from the city. He has authorised Mr. W. F. Detert, to act as his agent in collecting the debts out standing in Lis favor. BY TELEGRAPH. Spragne's Notes Pror. tested! Pleasant Call. Mr. Samuel P, ii serious' Richards, son of Judge S. W. Richards, of S ilt Lake, called upon us this afternoon. He is on his way to the Sandwich T,r" and leaves this evening. We Islands, are Thickens and eggs him a pleasant journey. wish for .ale i. .mam!, and fiad read 11 r this saw we . i. i,. fo.oD. A "Jok." A real Japanese prince and , princess, are expected to arrive through Ogden. Some wags circulated the be te report this morning, that they were is ball ntL. A erand to come in from the West with an impos ' the June of bos., We. bth. popular & Soally, ing suite.: Quito a crowd assembled at Hotel,' Mesirs. Chapman to see the arrival of the dis It will doubtless be a the depot ....n,h.r7th. QU H tinguished passengers, but after tarry P brilliant ffir. ing awhile, confessed they were "sold." A . I H PEOPLE Iluue. CTharleH AS COMMENCED BL'SINKSS AT O. DOCO- Uu uld shop, near Utah Hotel, Ogdea. LUNCHEON. Mount Aetna in a State of Eruption! i COULD KOT DO BETTEB ; TflAN TO BON TON SALOON, Iiuuieuse Stock FURNITURE! WALKER Dealer ill t HUGS,, Patent Medicines ! ' ; DINWOODEY'S j " Private Win. DKIVKIt, Prop, CALL AXD EXAMINE ALBERT CRAY. - llAIX ST.. OODE.V. T1S1TINO SALT LAK8 CITT, AMERICAN. AT TBI i Povidcnce. R. I.. 81. The notes of A. & W. Sprngue went to Has it ted op neat protest this afternoon. The commission STAND, ers appointed by the Governor to exam ; AlsoV ine the condition of the Croooston Sav Room for Company. ings Bank, report the total liabilities Of $2,365,933, $2,143,50o of which is due Lunch from 10 cti. to 60 tit. depositors. The assets are $2,383,235. The very best Ales, Porters aod Cigars including $495,000 in acceptances of dJHa ueyt, Sprsgue a Co., $387,600in notes of A. & W 8 praeue's Mauufacturine: Co.. and $100,000 in stock of the three BROS, & CO, Sprague banks. For to ii Determinea to Sell the Maturing paper Sprague amount of about $50,000, went to pro' . Cheap. test Senator Sprague, of the , , , ARK A. & W. Sprague Manufacturing Com: . t, i i ' i 31 East Teniple Strept, j s , pany, arrived this afternoon. It is ex75 First South Street pected his presence will aid Ihe committee in maturing the propositions So be Comklned. submitted to the meeting to be held toCtaapiiea and Elfc-aamorrow, i Nothing is known positively Till IK PRESENT of the proposition to be submitted, but A. the plan talked of involves the appointt '.. , , ment of a trustee to take general charge GOODS STOCK OF of the settlement, on terms most advantageous for the owners and creditors. i. . " Washington, 3l.s ! Orders were issued y for the re moval of the Modocs at Ft. McPheTson PESFAEATORT TO to a permanent location with the Qua-paon the Neosho riverain the extreme northeastern corner of the Indian LUNCH City Mhuc -Store.- FROJi; THE NORTH Nbod. 'anal UemersU Blaekamilnina;. Iloroe The Modoc Question! a! .. BLACKSMITHINC. - pure ; ; ' GINS, WHISKIES,. WINES, FINE 60GNAC BRANDT, , Case Goods, ralnts. " Oils, ' TMrp,' Tarulshca, , GItOCERIKS. lie : who came rocirt PicksoA lady, 3Ieiuori.il lo Congress. had her this morning, West frMi the -' eonTo th ' Senate ' and Jlouu of Repruenta- and a porte monpie pock.t picked, . and Franciiica Sun i. i tivti of the United Stater, in Congret assembled: was aosiracicu.. f$20 in gold, left train the when Your memorialists, citixens of the her possession in United States, and residents of the Tercorinne. virtuous Corinne, ritory of Utah, respectfully represent that a political party in Utah, acting as always heretofore, as a unit, has now, chickens Several Tribe. r..rDr abuse of all power, political, judi the by B i .Jvft heen ruissine within a cial and ministerial, entrusted to , the BBU of the Territory, so antagonized what they fe days in the neighborhood fewl are choose to call religion with civil govern-- ' Union "depcit, and many dead that the administration of .justice the track, leading to the ment, .inn L..,.,i -o BCBW5i4-,whas been, and continues to be, utterly at This political party, having Suspicion that the night prowlers are paralysed. or views in common with no sympathy work. " the American people, or with republican I institutions, holds, and in all its pro I Zoological. Tbe dead pet of Charley ceedings acts upon the dogma that its of Salt Lake, the wonderful al- - organization is destined to subvert all nrpaMTid in alcohol, to be sent secular governments, and usurp ..their r name of religion, under 'to Major Wheeler, will find & place in functions, in the the malign influence of a preposterous to which ihe ebservatory. The pig, creed, has been accompanied by a chron i l0 ii tint A a iv A mnda ic spirit of rebellion, as its natural con" lllufliun who duuio )iam naturx with five legs and two tails, sequence sometimes flagrant, at all times hostile to republican institu i ms. died on its way to our menagerie, ana This political party (openly proclaimof side t suggest, that it be laid by the ed and always acting as such) has op" '' the ."' posed, and still opposes cause of educaalligator. " tion; by its practices, it scandalizes the civilization ot the age, and strikes at the 1 Ooiso Back Hom. Joshua r King, foundation of, society; it oppresses ai d its ignorant dupes, and. outlaw s of Hagerstown,- Md., a man plunders formerly such as dare to claim the rights of free e about years of age, escaped citizens. .Possessed ot the machinery of iv. Penitentiary more juries, it nas ' ever given immunity to 1 than and after leading crime which such a system produces ago, thirty years and encourages.. It has, by iis systema wandering life since, passed through atic policy with its whole legislative "We this moraing on his way te his old power ' and ministerial violence, denied ' home. The last twelve years he has to citizens of the United States, the free is He well enjoyment of the agricultural public AostnliA. tolerably Upeatia lands; and, in short, it has usurped by r,' H now m mswqnn g goQug. f every means and as far as possible, all the "powers of civil government in the band of a cliur'-h- . It has debased and pKReNAt.-01ivRussell, of Florida delegated legislative power to these ends, an extensive cotton planter of the south, refusing to pass wholesome and neceswent West this morning. Mr. Russell sary laws, but enacting unjust and oppressive laws. Its partisans holding all will msks a. journey through Mexico, the local , and judicial offices, not only nd enter, into negotiations with the prostitute their. legitimate authority to lOorernment of that country for the es- - these common ends, but usurp the juris;ubluhmen( of aline of steamers between diction of the superior courts established by Congress, and deny their authority. - T'l T.H .JDX CUBttUUlK,. 51 VI U. iUU 19. the adminUnder these Bl Mr. W A. Beers, ef Salt Lake City, istration of thecircumstances, law in Utah is at a dead u among ths guests of the Metropoli stand-stil- l, and crimes go unpunished The large and material interests, now tan, Omaha, on the 29th ult. ,, f rapidly growing and J expanding, are Mr. L a. H. Patrick, late U. S.. Marssubstantially without the protection of hal for Utah, will sail in the "Russia" law. Life and property are held at tha for Europe, on the 12th of this "month. mercy of this inimical and secret organization, rather than under the protection of civil government and wholesome law?, Ii Earnest. Robert Wilson has com- - as we have a right to demand. Your memorialists, therefore, pray rataced the work of removing the that your Honorable Body do pass such wrecks from his late place of business, laws as may be necessary to correct was phich destroyed, by the. fire three these . evils and abuses, and give us the Months ago. Robert is protection of free civil government, and showing praise- at the same time bring the Territory of worthy energy in keeping pace with the Utah into harmony with the Federal jirch ef improvement, and we trust Government and Republican institutions. And lo tuii end we shall ever pray. pat he will be liberally supported by iur citizens in encourapinir him to re construct his Mr. Bugsby has got a nice place on building, which was demol- isaed as a matter nt mMnii. i the( Sugar ilollowlload, but the fam,tk spread of the fire. , ily don't like it, because it prevents them from getting to church. They I ' fifty-fiv- Mai-nUn- er . . BOCSD F J FOR SONOKA. A larc-- 6 I young men, aany of them were in to visit the circus and teld us about it. nnmbsr accompan-ib- ; to-da- y, to-da- S CLOSING OUT - FOREIGN. ' ' ' Measuring e, j UTU the of a fSMmpwr that is organiiing for the advance-guar- d tf&lWngtliera. wi.ir. ed his business by causing to be inserted in a large number of papers a picture of the building, with two girls, standing on the balcony with last year's hats oo their heads. lork ""Once a careless man went to the of 26.V inspects that the cellar and etruck the candle in what V' lfhis5Pril tiW,, Col. Fred. he thought was a keg of black sand. He sat near it drinking wine until 1 in eertain quar-I- the candle burned low.Nearer and 1. i ?We coni Bearer it got to the black sand; nearer and nearer, until the blaze reach .I Beme .. . active IS - t- - v.u nun in,. ed 1 the blacks and, and as it was sand, ,) iiie JNew P -- 4'm for i n ktfW' ingthe nothing happened. " '7-- , - , rr. rx - ; j GIVE THEM A CALL- - -- , ....... IF , was. Yob .. a- AND .." jrjLCtiictnef wifery. The patronage of the solicited. and Offlee d307-t- Corner Wall and Sixth Street;'." J WHITE FINE ' ,tmbert';,,: Of , jammunitiuru ;fl ." ) , . W. D. WILLI A1IS. . In graat ...OW-l- y CIO ARB jzlw i - " UcmmI 'A'; dMlt . , j . rJ W t 3u,i !. JfZ. iffi-l- Office at t'iUl beaters, ' 8C0TCH L. J. - $7,00. JuHt ,, f , w 11 IMILKOAl). DRESS-MAKINV Emigration Turning I , if'w'H V ... ...jj1. ,. .. - , . . ... ll rft .. Ifiil .n,r, for coNmmcE. ho! H . 4 i co i ii ii.r I G. W. Davis. i SALT. LAKE CITY, HAS TBI CHOICEST TEAS, , Ogdeu. ';i ' - groceries - " Sal t '.: h G. Hi . " ' ; i . ' ''.FAMILIES l - ..'.'.:.' ; PURCHASE A SUPPLY Quality Unequalled (lit 1 t a k e C it v. rv.-- 4 ! ':'''t '. " -- ; .1 nt l?S-la- 3 , ' OK S Thi old rfliahle line is tlie popular theroneh fare between St. Louis. KaorasCity mid tha principal groat cities of the East ' and the West. The Missouri Pacific Railroad rune three express TRVITES ATTENTION TO HIS NEW AND trains daily, with tine Coaches and Pullman's JL select stock of ' Palace Sleeping Cars, equipped with Miller's Safety Plattorui and the Patent Air Brake, each way GROCERIES s AXD PEOVISIOXS, daily between 8t. Louis, Fort Scott, Kansas City, Lawrence, Leavenworth. Atchison, Lincoln, St. ' it f Bluffs Council and Nebraska Omaha, City, Joseph, without change. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. It forms an important part of the "Great f f f r Q Through Konte" between St. ' Louis and Texas, j Kmimul Nebraska. Colorado and California, ('of information, maps, time tables,' Ac, address E. A. FASHIONABLE . Ford, General Passenger Agent, bt. Louis, ilo. " ' hi T. W. JOtl E.I iu o JosEm a GiiliiAsiP Fifth Slreet, 1 TWEEDS, . FAMILY GROCERY. MISSOURI PACIFIC " 1 5 W Fifth SntMTf 0ibs, Half a Block West of Main Street. j .ism- - not I ban-- 1 S. prices.- HOLTHER, President. .iwi'iUwlHi -- .( 1 FASHIONABLE' TAI LOR , f lif,i't U'J $ tit J eoeWed. hoasa ing Cleaned and Repaired. ;li (ilf h'-'- i ,:!! .I'Vi-i-- ( .'!l XI hi" 1 Suit or sinale aavm.tm.tM mtHf to order in ths Latest Style and ' 0 'l'iA at tits lowest JR., Good Workmanship Guaranteed. "Cloth . CASSIMERES'; ,. 3 ! J vi (! ''!( In A eboleMieetion of UKOAD-CLOTII- . J $ao6. C.r?.rriht ti ItUy i i' ii ) i FOREIGN 'AND' DOMESTIC Special Rat s by the Car Load, KARA IT HF.BRIPK. a Main Street, Ogden. QUANTITY TO ANT SANFORD BINGHAM, 1 iifaiid ta.K not; CUT PB tO STOUsJu , , PIOSTER AND , By the ton at the carvj " . 't i'V divcrod, i , n; The undereifned has f aess at His old stand and l4w Prices. Cnt . ; ... . A . 'Ifn I J COAL VILLEr COAL. if ratmestoai. ss !; Rome, 31. LL THOSE WISH1XG TO SEND CATTLE TO the Cii-cHerd, will plmee deliver tlie same at the Tithing Con n!!, uu Alumlay, the 3d uf No vember, lliry will iwtve wm 1 wwm.v, tti 4tli. t JP. U TAVJ.OK, '4 1'. jiii..'.' Muttonryp , Etc., Prime Beef I JONES HIMSELF AGAIN, - ...-,- ; . .,, 9 'a - j..-- (). BARNARD WHITE'S OPPOSITE LUMBER YARD. . ! CALL AND SEK. i t4tti , ' 1 ' CARTRIDGES. and . ! . ' The Cheapest In Town respectfully .. . Kesldencipj Main Strex-t- . t Hi-- it i i . Always oil Iliincl Ivi.., j, Lurj;o Quantities... aVir' Fourth: Street i Ogderu v v t '1. . ' anl Sulngles. ' " tlie best quality,1 , . i r' 'J',, pnullc1 Is The waters of the Tiber.' are - rising and gome of the streets are already over flowed. A disastrous iuundaiion is I I r ) , feared. j Several memrcrs of the society of Jesuits left the city yesterday, for the IN ANT DELITERED United S ates. CATTXE XOTICE. P. FREIGUT DEPOT NEAR U. BUTCHER cSHO P. i , f r.v. ' i i j Repairing Neatly' Executed, ..1. :i tswryvry- unit, ' a THE CITY DRUG STORE! d3O0-2- ANDOnTKXRICJAN PTITSICIAN.gHRGEOS of Va.l Graduate of j Richmond Medical College, Va., Resident l'bysi- cian and Surgeon to College Hospital; fellow of NEEDLE GUN : ' ( Medical Society. f V. ' After a number of years practical acquaintance CTIOICS TOBACCOS with the Visoases of the liastern and . Weatern Btateeaud Territortea has located permanently at variety. rlass first service, upon Ogden City, andspromiseS tfte latest and most improved methods of Alloof r pathic, Treatment, in -- i A Bargain ! Guns, Pistols. T. E. BllOWN, M. D. lj Prepared. - Cah at OGDEN. CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. ' HAND. Prescript ions Accural JEWELRY, rLATZD X SILVER WARE; C MB8. GBAHAMi n A conductor on a Fort street ied trip to Europe, Uortl route the was passing through l iil gradu,inS Ret to the last Farmsln Southwest Missouri Fifth Street, - - Ogden. crowded car, the other morning Cheap he "powibly tired of a when he picked un a fiftv-ceshin PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE ALL KINDS I Th Atlantic k Pacific Railroad Company offer IB credible on the iPTtof WT' ,of piaster. Holding it tip he' asked who 1,200,000 acres of land in Central and Southern 1 tttld e 7,eotent Colonel, that he had lost at from $3 to $12 per acre, en seven it, when fourteen hands llissouri, years' time, with free transportation from 6t FASHIONABLE NEEDLE-WORK- ', i time to earn " went up, and fourteen persons call Louis to all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, if ow for ladies nd children, ' wealth, schools, churches and ed out, I did!" The conductor put mineral Troin all points to the inviu him in sarin- i.J emigrants society a., v. w.. fc! the money in hjs pocket. Detroit land of fruHs and flowers, for particularsMo.address RECEPTION ROOMS UP BTAIR8 orH' laurel leaf. A. Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, t4ti free tress. .rld ' s 01 JEWELERS, NEW BUILDING I Watches, Clocks, 0, a. , height. The 'proprietor of a young ladies' academy in Illinois, has utterly ruin- ; . requesting Bazaine to march as soon as he heard the first cannon. . On the arrival of Lagosse at Thionville. Gea. Turner, commander of the town, made three copies of the dispatch and promised to forward them to Metz. Gen. Turner was next called. He bitrayed muck confusion, said he had no recollection of t le particular dispatch spoken of by Lagosse, but believed he forwarded it. He did not know whether it reached Met:. He remembered" forwarding copies of dispatches from McMahon, to Bazaine on the 27th of August by three messengers Two of them he knew reached Bazaine s headquarters, and one was taken by Flahant, who was examined yesterday; Col. Sewall testified that on the after noon of Aug. 23d, he, received and. delivered to Bazaine a dispatch,' stating that McMahon was marching towards Metz. Bazaine read! the dispatch, and the "witness then asked him to set his army in motion as quickly as possible to avert McMahon's danger. Counsel for defense denied the correctness of the date sworn to by the witness Bazaine, with marked emphasis, declared the dis patch was not delivered to him until the 29th of August. Col. Daudlan and Com mandant Samuel deposed that Sewal! in formed them on the 26th or 27th that Bazaine bad been aware of McMahon's advance, ever since the 23d. Captain Mornay solemnly affirmed that Bazaine received no such dispatch on the 23d. London, 1. A, dispatch from Sicily to the Daily Times reports the volcano of jEtna in a state of violent eruption.,' The outbreak is accompanied with fearful earthquakes. Portions of the crater have fallen m, aid mines of sulphur, valued at 300,-00are destroyed. JL M AIX STREET, Taris, 30. y ne-be- their way te a prosper- .uiure in aland which they believe wunm a short period, fall into line WATCHMAKERS INTO THEIR In the Bazaine trial Mayor La- gosse deposed that Gen. Ducrot was en trusted with despatches for Marshal stating that McMahon, with a hundrtd and twenty thousand men, would arrive at Stenay August 27th, and C0S8TANTLT PARPE & BOESSEL MOV XN Gr J , e AT LOW FIGURES Territory. Fine Siof k of Perfumery nti -a v Toilet Articles - . . A Tree. The CanI'msident. adian way of measuring a tree is said to be as certain as it is grotesque. Kwtoeky, bound for Sonora, in You walk from the tree, looking at it . "ico; They propose establishing a from time to time from between milE SHAREHOLDERS OF IION'S IEMALE m some section of r that State. Mercantile institution lur knees. "When you are able to I County are hereby notified that th annual 11 Wer a hardy and Slimtftd lnnkinor your see the top in thi3 way, your distance meeting of tie Iu'titutioD will be he- '- rt theirot iu Ogden, on isilurday, the first U;iy jrt7.and expressed thamsplvA . from the foot of the tree equals its store KoTemlr, 1873, at 10 a lii. A geueral atundanre enninBd to cam their families, 'arrived yesterday ytoa ths East, principally from Indiana ? C. W. DAVIS, ..r ,..