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f -- Mis4'11 rVmPANT. Bueinea. Manager. iMWfcMW" cujr SOP -- 8UBSCWPTI0S. 8.00 4.00 2.J0 ' ninths gee TeW JO fares M0"'1". w' tine PUBLIC! THE MFDBMATIONTp r:lt-ClasBusiness Houses. s JIERCIIANT8. J Instlt'n, Mercantile p. ood W , J HOTELS. ; J" M"00' lIoae. J"1"1 STABLES. livERY Wu. Carroll. Proprietors. 111 .i .... lns ?e: Pee nd dlt-- .JiiYAL ARRIVALS. . double daily gait Lake City, Mail daily WertTbroflgb Mail daily . - 8.40 a.m. ivo- iw, 7.40 a.m. 5.40 p.m. . ffil.roh 5t 6.45 pm. 7.50 a.m. doable daily Mail daily daily Through 6.30 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.10 a.m. . aogwa. & Wyo.n-wdav- e Rich County mails go via Evanston, the latter place for Rich County, . 2pju. . and Saturdays, at Tue-day- s, Thursday. . . . Sundays Daily to Logan 4.30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursday. 2.30 p.m and Thursday. 2"?..:Sz:w.inldi. and Saturday. 7.30 a.m City and Slatersville, S.S0 Una p.m. , Mondays and Thursdays 8.00 p.m. and Saturday. Jh, Cty, wv & and JTilleand 11.30 a.m . . OFFICE HOCKS. tM . fleneral Delivery, . gandav, 8 p.m. to 0.30 p.m. DEPARTMENT BJ5GISTHY Open from 9 a.m. to 8 p m. MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. to 3 p.m. Open frein 9 a.m. 8 Outside Door open from 8 a.m. to p.m. . JOSEPH IIALL, Po.tma.ter. dviirditva H. Trains - - P. train arrives C. P. U.P. C. " '.-- and. f :" leaves L - 'and ' - , " 7.40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.50 a.m. 7.60 a.m. 5.45 p.m. 8.40 a.m. 6.30 a.m. ' " .- armes train C. TJ. '- ' " " leases U.P. -- - -- Bait Lake City Time. Services Religious in the Tabernacle, at 1 1 Sunday, Sehool-housand in the 2nd Ward School-hous- e Third and Farley's at 6 p.m. Ward School-hous- e and 8 p.m. Episcopal Church at Jl a.m. ' Methodist Church at 11 a.m. and every m lectures (Child's Hall), BpTrituaM k . Ami on ? . ntv TJhrarv. i i XT " 1 T luamuers news xeyui.. day, Sundays excepted. M John If. Open every I.O.G.T. W.C.T. 41-- tf BAE THE DESERET NATIONAL LAKE CITY. , Paid Tp Capital," $200,000 Authorized - $1,000,000 ; H. HOOPER. President, LDKUUJC, Vice frest BRIG11AM YOUNG, H'M. JKNNINGS, JOHN SHARP, J. T. L1TTLK WM. 11. o. ?fL.8.UlLLS, Cashier. I Director.. t in Exchange, Coin, Gold Dust, College Scrip, etc. Collections made and promptly remitted. Foreign Exchange for Sale. Interest Paid on d53-l- y Savings Deposits. Deal WELLS. - FARGO & CO., EXPRESS FOB WARDEBS, ' f Bankers and Dealers Jn Foreign and. Dsmestio .Exchange. OFFICII at TJNIOX JUNCTION R. R; DEPOT. Ogden, U.T. 54tf , J. . DOOLY, Agent. EUGENE LASCELLES. ATTOHN CITY. tJ. T. EY-at-LA- W OGDEN OlBce 1;) ; ' ja the Jcnctiqs liulding. tf A. MINEB, ATTORNEY & ' Ofllcf . , COUNSELOR.1 ,? at Residence 2nd Sonth Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. " AU kind of legal buainew AMERICAN XlRST - P.T.ARS promptly attended HOTEL, mTTWT TirTTCT? mDiX East of the Theatre, " aitT t.iir-Tfrms ft.3.00 "eekly and iMe Board Rt ReSscnabie W-t-f I J. South American News. August 17th the Capital of Maranham was roused from its customary inanity by the discovery of an atrocious murder, committed by one of its chief men, high in the judicial ranks one of the Judges or tne tribunal of Commerce of Maranham a tribunal whose jurisdiction extends over of the immense Empire of Brazil. Pontes Vieeueiro. the murderer, was a judge of high reputation as well as of high category, a widower, 65 yaars of age, whose character was unblemished, saved by a liaison, trivial in this country or easy morality, with a girl of fifteen to sixteen years, which commenced about two years ago, when she was only 14 years of age. The girl was of notoriously loose character, but the old Judge was infatuated with her, and for more than a year he bore with her vagaries, her thefts, her drunkenness and her infidelities. At last the strained bow broke, the deep infatuation which had possessed him turned to a deadly hatred, and it would seem that about a year ago he employed a Lieutenant to make away with her, or, as this omeer now asserts, to inflict a severe flogging on her. His agent failed him, and by the advice of his friends the old Judge obtained a year's leave of absence and set out for a neighboring province, apparently to forget her. But even absence seemed only to have strengthened this murderous longing, for in three or four months he returned to Maranham, bringing with him one of the numerous bravos who furnish the weapon for personal or party hatreds in this country, a man named Guilhermino, and the bottle of chloroform which played a conspicuous to-da- y, y, . RemlM meetings of I1ELPER lodge No.2 every Thursday evening. Members of Sister lodges in By order, good standing, are cordially invited. OF SALT Lore and Murder. AMERICAN. Providence, 3. Got. Howard has declined to be a trustee of the estate of the A. & W. Sprague manufacturing company. Difficulties are arising and increasing mo. i . mentarily. St. Louis, 3. Mike McCoole was arrested this after-noo- n for the murder of Patsey Mar ley and lodged in jail. Fall River, Mass. , 8. The majority of the mills here commenced running on half time. The Taunton car company reduced the wages of its employees 25 per cent, in consequence of which twenty carpenters struck. Knoxville, Tenn.f 3. The troubles between the East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia railroad company, and their employees, are still unThe men obstruct the runadjusted. ning of the freight trains, but do not interfere with the mail trains. New York, 3. The firm of Claflin k Co., at a meeting of creditors and friends, this p. m., submitted a report which shows good assetts of all kinds, not, however, including the personal assetts of the members of the firm, to the amount of $22,508,000; total indebtedness, $15,584,000. It was agreed 'that no assistance would be asked of the associated banks or clearing houses, and their friends and creditors present at the meeting unanimously tendered an extension, averaging 4 months to maturing monthly payments, which was promptly accepted, and the business of the firm will proceed as usual. A Washington dispatch has the following: The house of Jay Cooke & Co., which borrowed from the First National Bank of this city $100,000 through the influence of Henry D. Cooke, President of the bank, has, since the failure, with, drawn $200,000 in Central Pacific bonds and deposited them with the Secretary of the Treasury as security for $200,000 advanced them by the Seoretary before their failure. The creditors of Jay Cooke' & Co. are to investigate tie above. C. LITTLE, rrrv Rate,. Proprietor. FOREIGN. Aspinwall, Ool., 25. " The Insurgents under Carreroza re treated from before Panama on the night of the 8th, and, being pursued, sought safety by flight into the bush, abandoning cannon, some rifles, and several boxes ofemmunition. Two Insurgents were captured, and four of the Government troops wounded in the chase. .The seamen on board the United States vessels at Panama are suffering greatly from sickness contracted while guarding property on shore. .Curing the recent political disturban ces, while lieutenant ban'jis ana a squad of soldiers were conducting Pro-capSoland, of Costa Rica, to prison, on the charge that he was a deserter and rebel, Soland made a remark which displeased Santas, and the latter imme diately ordered the men to kill their prisoner, which they promptly did by knocking him insensible with the buts of their ' rifles and . then emptying their riaes into his body. Panama, 25. The latest news from Honduras shows that couutry is still disturbed by Pala cio's party, who occupy some of the towns. Government troops were on the march against them, ssi, London, 3. Charles Hall has been appointed Vice Chancellor in place of Sir John Werkins deceased. A meeting of the Royal Geographical Sir Barlley Society was held Frere presided. Capt. Markham read an elaborate , paper on the discoveries Mr. made by the "Polaris'; txpedition. George Scher, First Lord of the Admi ralty, Lord Houghton and Sir Henry , liowhn were present. At the meeting of the National Labor er's Union it was stated that the General Agent of New Zealand would give free passage to laborers who wanted to emigrate to that colony, and that there was room for twenty thousand. .V , es j.. , SUKliy. JOBK SPUCASCJ CO. CIUPMAIt. & CO. J.4 J.Sprsance, SPRUANCE, STANLEY Successors to 11. Webster Importer! WINES Co.and and molesale Dealert in AND LIQUORS. 8tre6t San 3m41n FrDt Franci'co- - The Minnesota law; compelling saloon keepers to pay ten dollars annually to the ctate Inebriate Asy lum has ' yielded twelve thousand dollars this year. "Is your house a warm one. land LEWIS, MATCHMAKER AND lord?" asked a gentleman in search of a residence. "It ought to be, was the reply ; "the painter gava it two coats recently. .... JEWELER r Immediately after his return the old Judge renewed his relations with the girl, and these continued wijhoul incident for nearly three months. But on the 14th of August the ancient lover called the girl to his rooms, which were on the first floor. He received her with caresses and kind words, set before her sweetmeats, and when she had partaken of them desired her to enter the adjoining bedroom. Behind the door was the brave Guilhermino, and as the girl passed it he darted on her, squeezed her by the throat and thrust a gag into her mouth.- This done, the old Judge rush-e- d in to satiate his hatred, so long disguised. He forced the pinioned and gagged girl to inhale chloroform, and when she dropped senseless at his feet he stabbed her repeatedly with a poniard- in the chest and stomach, cut her head nearly, off, and, throwing himself upon her, actually bit her like a ravenous beast in the madness of his rage and hatred. This he has told himself. It had been no part of the Judge's p'an ' to sacrifice himself while satiating his murderous spirit. Some time before he had obtained zinc lining for a small traveling case, such as they transport on mules, and he had himself taught how to solder, providing himself with solder, acid and a tool. - Into this case the body of the unfortunate girl was forced, and the zino cover was carefully soldered down after filling the box up with lime A passage to Cara was taken for Guil hermino, and the case was to accompany him, to be dropped into the sea on the -. : voyage. Two or three days morennd the bravo would have left with his ehaige; but meantime the mother and the familiars of the eul had become alarmed at her continued absence. To their inquiries the Judge repliedthat he knew not where she was. The Passport Office was examined, but nothing showed she bad left the city. The police were commu nicated with, and after much liesitation g for dtssembargador is an rank and Can be dealt with only by the Supreme Court the Chief of Tohce him self, with a large force, surrounding the bouse at midnight f the 10th, and in the 'morning proceeded to a search of ' ' the premises. As for the Judge himself they did not dare to hinder him going out to take, as he said, a walk. The house was vainly ransacked; but in the garden, just under the house eaves, some signs of disturb ance of the earth directed attention to a spot. The cutlasses of the police Soon disinterred a cose, and, on jabbing a hole into it, blood and fetor is6uedfrom it. By a medical examination the body of the eirl. was found doubled up in it, the head and one leg nearly severed from the trunk.-- . , - Four accomplices were at once arrested; but, owing to the immunities of his rank, the Judge could not be taken nn less bv an order of the Supreme Court, and all that could be done was to eaese him to be accompanied by a police offi cial of the rank of Captain. The necessary order, however, will go on from Rio on the 10th to bring him t here for triaL; -- rr IAILH.OAD. PIOXEEB JLIXE OF FTAIT. ON "'."': $50 REWAHD. ! HALTING - , AKD TRAINS .LOO- WILL KUS f DAILY. (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) Leaving Ogden City at 5 a.m & C.50 p.m. and Salt Lake City at 8 a.m. and 6.30. p.m. Passengers will please purchase their ticket, at the office.. Fifty cent, additional will be charged . when the tare ia collected on lb. train. Tor all Information concerning Freight or Pas sage, apply to JAJli.3 BlIAKP, Oen'l Ticket and Freight Agent. JOHN SHARP, SUPERINTENDENT. tf RAIIiROAD. CLASS ROAD IN TOE classification of Kail road, by Board of Itailroad Commisaionera. THE ONLY See - V. ORGANSit, A.3ST. ; it and after Oct. 1st, 1873, Daily Train. ' On '" Changre of Cars. And the shortcut, quickest and best route between St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Chicago, Chicago and Jefferson City, St. Loui. and tekin and Peoria, St. Loui. and St. Paul, and St. Loui. and Quincy and Burlington. with ! VOX JUBILANTEl AND Reduced Rates to Excursion Parties. Vox Humana Pas.enger. will nleaae Purchase their Tlrh.t. t the Office.. For ail information concerning! Freight or Pu. aage, apply to CIIAS. NIBLET, ' General Freight and Ticket Agent tftt-t- JNO. W. YOUNG, ' f General Supt FIRST IV o i Pamengor Leave Coriune at 12:00 noon. ' ' Leave Logan at 7:30 a.m.; to connect with train, for Ocden and Salt Lake. & ALTON CHICAGO 1 V ESTE Junction with C.P.R.B., In addition to the above, MIXED J' !lf irli; 11' Charming RUN BETWEEN 1873, ALIA V AND ! FIRST PRIZE At Every Fair j SALES ROUTE EAST. The Only Line Running Tltrough Cars ELEGAXT DAT CARS, from UNEQUALLED. Ji J"i t ,"i i 's Full Line of Musltal Instrnmeuts at the Lowest Figures. Just call and see. A. and Pullman Palaee Sleeping, Dining and Smoking Car. run through without cliange, ttween ChicaTO go and St. Louis, and Chicago and Kansas City. The only line running these Cars between Chi- New York, Chicago, Cincinnati and cago and St Loui., and running both Palace, ' Bleeping and Dining Car. between Chicago and Louisville . , Kansas Ulty, ana ralace Sleeping car. Detween lit. i.t. Loui. and St. Paul, via Quincy and Bnrlington. WITHOUT CHANGE. ONE HOUR FASTER TIME . MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CJIf Between Chicago and St Louis, and one hour and UB DA a half taster time between uncage ana Kan,f- sas City than by opposition routs. JOHN FOWLER, Agent for Ogden. " 7:45 A. M.-D- ay , Express. FRANK HIOH, Western Traveling Agent., Kansa. City, Mo. WithPalac Car through to New York, ChiJ. C. McMCLLIN, cago, Cincinnati or loui.ville Daily except Gen. JAS. CHAR TON, Chicago. ST. LOUIS CHAS. W. STAYNER, ? FO TBAINS ILYl ... dl-l- y . Supt, Oen. Pas.. Agt., Uhlcago. For all Way Station 5:15 Safety Brake. Pullman'. Palace Day and Dining Car.. Werttoghouse MAIL. IXTBEH P. , Xo. 100 Vfs: I t ! ,v,".-- : i TOYS, IfFourth Ofllce, St., 8.20 a.m. 6.35 p.m Leave OGDEN , Cor. Chestnut St, St .LOUIS. 1.30 p.m. 6.30 am Leave OMAHA 6.00 aun. 8.40 p.m Arrrr. BURLINGTON M. COLBCRJf. TTOS. DORWIN. Galesburg, (U. B. a Q. 7.00 a.m. 10.50 p.m Ticket Ag't, St. Loui.. Weet'n Pas. Ag'tSt.Loui. 11.15 aon. 3.22 a.m " Mendota IS. K. FOLLETT, JNO. CHAfl. SIMPSON, 8.16 p.m. 7.00 a.m Chicago " Peoria 9.00 a.m. 12.50 am Gen. Supt,Indianapoli.. Sea. Pas.. Agt,St.Loul. 5.45 p.m. 10.30 a.m " " Ind'pli. (I. B. W.) 9.60 p.m. 4.00 p.m Cincinnati Logansp't (T. P. W.) i.5o p.m. 0.20 a.m 2.45 a.m. 6.20 p.m. " Columbus ... Mi Through Car. from Missouri River to Chicago, Indianapolis, Cuicinkatti, Loqanspokt, and Colum.ub. i Connections at those point, with line, leading ..ri On th. Euros-KAPlan, . to the East. North and South. Thi. i. the Best, Shortest, Quickest and Cheap- TTest Side East Tcmpie Street, j eat Koute. i . '' the obtain via not be Do Ticket, deceived, bat (, t. IN .v TUJt GREATEST 7TAI',1KT1 ; ; PURE AND FKKS1I. HOME-lfAD- - TAYLOR'S HOTEL ........ Burlington Missouri kiveb railroad. C. E. PERKINS, A. E. TOUZALIN, ... Gho'1 Pass. Agent ...- - (Jeu'l Cup't Janl7"72tf A - y 33 3Ft 33 MO J. H. STINGER ' ' 5 3 " has removed the 33 . " S AJLSF r LAKE CITY. i.:.. lOOtf Taylor 4 v.! CANDY; ALL VARIETIES. IMPORIED :;i i !.; .v ' i ,. r,. i o Board by the Day or Week. gyRooms with or without Boai'd &. if : CANDY, I s STORE! TOY With through Bleeping Car Daily except ... j oaiuroay Ticket raw! ,i Express. M.-Chi- cago ! Coiilectioiiery VV ; 6:15 ATLANTIC Line.8 With Pullman'. Palace Sleeping Car through to New York. Oiuoiuuati or Louisville Daily . , xcepi naiuruay. , TO THE EAST. NORTH AND SOUTHEAST. ':N"o. 3.. Daily exeept Sunday. P. M."Fast M Ill GOLDEN 8:30 P. M." Accommodation. BURLINGTON ROUTE STATIONS. ' ' Sunday. aso-- u TIME TABLE ! . -- f Cutler, Proprietor.. . Candy Cheapttii! cm'; '.i - Candy Cheaper! u- Candy Cheapest i - : ' J LONDON BAKERY Next deor to G. H. TRIBE'S , , MAIN STBEET, OGDEN. ' , Where can be found, i FRESH BREAD, - ' ' ' CAKES, Wholesale and Retail. 'A " CNNED GOODS, NUTS, CANDIES, etc. Don't pass the London Bakery without . a call. v ICE .... AXD CITY LICENSES, To all whom it may concern. ! mm Ilourt frm 10 . . till For Coal and Wood, 6 p.m Periodicals, azines, Pictures, Albums, Stationery, d : . SODA , WATlifc Cakes Ornamented to e OffUt CREAM I PASTRY of ALL KINDS. IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT NOTICE engaged in Business in MONITOR HAS GAINED A No higher encomium can be Ogden City, (fcr. which the City Ordi THE upon a Cooking Stove than to aay that nances provide that a license must be bestowed house-wifwho nsea it sneak, in its praise .very obtainec,) Without first procuring and recommend, it to her aeighher. and friend., license are liable to be taken before ary lor economy, eleanlinaw and reliability ia all it. Alderman of said City, and be subjected operation. to a Fine. . 81,314 HOSITORS SOW 13. USE. . s i By order of the City Council, LESTER J. HERRICK, Mayor. CtXtEARB AUO.TH JAMES TAYLOR, City Recorder. o SAMA (LAI S STOVE. The Office ef the City Recorder is at Jhe City Hall, Fifth Street, Ogden., h- 1,-- w. Railroad. MAY IS, TRAINS ... V y: x 8ELLS THE ill leav. Ogden dally at $.40 a.m, and 8.30 p.m. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10.40 a.m. ' and 8.30 p.m. Leave Salt Lake City daily at i.S0ajn. and S.15 pjn. arrive at Ugaen at V .w aan. ana s.-- p ju. rTT P 1 r.ij ,1 AND-AFTE- Train. - d37-t- f t i UTAH NORTHERN CENTRAL UTAH : j II. VOI , one-four- th part thereafter, 4, 1873. An EvansTille ; spoony was the YESTERDAY, BETWEEN TITE HOURS Which ha such a Demand through the Territory, LOST, five o'clock in tha morning and seven in GEORGE W. TURNER, of a heartless joke recently th. evenitif, for Beauty and Excelese, cannot be victim ""Snwtly done and .11 "l on Aationaf tho OinaHa a check wMl kju " ; l (Lata a B. McGregor k Co.), , . , two letters, one con His companions " counterfeited a let Rank fnr 1286. 86 in rah. and .crpassed. other paper, of $20, tne other $10, All our are Stove, taining II "TT7kept and for .ale by Z. C. M. Fifth ter from a young heiress, which said Tame, only to me owner, jraymem on u T) T) Street, Ogden. T ; and all its Branch Store. .topped. The above reward will be paid that his manly bearing bad captiva ha. been Also by all the Stores la the Ter upon the return of the property described by the her heart, and hoped he recipro undersigned at u J uhctioh umce. JBooks, Mag in ritory. HOUSE, ted W Swayle. cated. He threw away his tools, in'7 V VUUi vested his money in new clothes, and &c. Snl hand. '. ana JParklmg, always' on presented himself to the lady, who , ' UPHOLSTERY. ' v&m i;fiS 8ll r.wus CIGARS A5D TOBACCO. indignantly told him that she didn't OPENED A NF.W STORE Wall Paper, of the Best Pattern. urreundine fin.",. JCOIXLOUOH HA with Town, want a husband who looked like TV iT.T.TTS BRANCHES. CARRIED ON BY .ill rMl a full supply of Toy, I the .iihaeriher. Port over Workubon the Cnn'W crooked-neckery. Preserving Jam, Fruit, Vegetable, and and if he Office. Entrance bv the alley between C. Wood Subacriptioas taken for all th Paper of the day rrM'i,'..i.. squash, Wi All.u :v'.iU rtJUlUVB l.:. .y the cur. a;ai. iiSilVU i B11V IrSTj"riuV plated UUS iMaiml Local, Eaitera and Weetarn. U411. mansee'i and the Post Office THOMAS WILSON. ul CALL AND SEE HIM. A liberal kllowane. uiuu mad. He retired. fiCaib paid for Eggs and Chickens Silt Fepfc Srd, 1873. 1 ixi fi . : " w i " (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) BY TELEGRAPH . CLOSINd MAILS. AND IMCTIOE' OGDE3T, UTAH. TCESDAT, XOVEHBEll Honduras still in a state lof Disruption. e rePrletor-0S(l- 38. 2To. r PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. Hit nanEN DIRECTORY, ro-o- 0M THE ivuRY EVENING, Sunday, excepted OrIcr, 8U0RT KOTICE. , ON WEDDING CAKES ; .., j, A EPECIALTT. I .. ' J. 1L, KELSON j Fiftli Street . . . " ' O-J- len. di-t- r , GEO. A. I- 30-- 6 ? PBIACE & CO. . Organs&Melodeoiis The Oldest, Largest, and Most Perfwt Mauufj-- . tory in the United States. NEWSTORE. 52,0 0 0 Now in use. No other Musical Instrument ever oUa'.nf-; a same popularity. , for Price Lists. gnd Ul-ZaAddrett BUFFAL'.', N.V a ;5i '