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vy- CH III j A7PE'B0SE- C w - EJitT - 3.' 10 Mo. 0. THE PUBLIC! rMp. Mercantile Instlt'n, ' j ciiitrjj of McMahon. Message ' Carroll, i ; "FOREIGN. Proprietors. , . Paris, 6. The National Assembly met y at TPntit. President McMahon sent Versailles. his message to the Assembly which was .rrjvaC and closing maim. 5.46 pm. read shortly after the The onhle daily City, uitUke 7.40 a.m. with congratulations on begins message 6.40 p.m. . !TtIhrougUMU daily . the liberation of the territory, the main...... rW dnnhle daily- 8.40 .m 0.30 p.m. tenance of order, and continues as fol : Tj.. vi.ji 1bR" Through Mail daily. Mil daily ,"-- - .. s . 6.20 p.iflu 8.10 a.m. CL0WII,. at . . Tl.ur.day. and 2 and Saturday., Jicll ' . Ujau'J, -- SteterWrille, PWn City and 3.30 D.m. 3.00 p.m. eanesuaj. and AluWiidnesday. and Jjaiuruay" 11.30 0FFICS HOURS. ! De' A.'L p.. " Mini p.m.. 2.30 D.m 7.30 Thursdays Tad Saturday. KXTwa urn RinffiW a 6.45 p.m. sunoav, . REGISTRY, DEPARTMENT m- m. P from Open MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. r 3 Open freni 8 a.m. to pja. 8 to a.m. p.m. 6 from Outside Boor open , VOSEPU HALL, Postmaster. i .. . i . ? - - Truina , train arrive P. C. 7,40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.50 a.m; 7.60 a.m. 6.40 p.m. 8.40 a.m, 6.20 a.m. " " - ". train arrives " and leaves "? - ii . ., " CP. . " " leaves C. P. " U.P. U. C. - " . . and Salt Lake City Time. " ScrTlces Religious in the Tabernacle, at Sunday, every 11 the 2nd Ward School-- : School-hous- e and Third house, Farley's i W&rd'School-hous- e at 6 p.m. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. j Episcopal Church at 1 Methodist Church at 11 a.m. and I am., and in . 7 Lectures (Child's Hall), SpTrituaUBt 1IM NATIONAL BAM LAKE CITY. OF SALT 200,000 1,000,000 Paid Tp Capital, - Authorized WM. H. HOOPER. Vice II. g. KLDKKDUK, HR1GHAM YOUNG, WM. J1SHNINGS, President, Prest. Directors. JOHN SHARP, i. LITTLE, L. S. 1ULLS, Cashier. t f "f in Exchange, Coin, Gold Dust, College Scrip, etc. Collections made and promptly remitted, for Sale. Interest Paid on foreign Exchange Deal , 1 ; d53-l- y Deposit. Saving! WELLS. FARGO & 00., EXPRESS FORWARDERS, Bankers 'and Dealers In Foreign Damestio and , ... Exchange. OFFICE at UNION JUNCTION R. R. DEPOT. Ogilen, B.T. E. DOOLY, r aMtf . Agent. i. EUCENE LASCELLES. ATTORNEY-dt-LA- W OODEN CITY, V. T. OiBae la the Jpnctioh Buldiog. tf J. H.MARTINEAU, Hydraulic niid Civil Engineer, Logan, Cache Co. Land and Mining A. Claims surveyed. MINER, ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR. Office All at Residence 2nd South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. kind, of legal business promptly attended ltf AMERICAN FIRST - CLASS One - r-- w r-r- phh.ih.ia .a IP (8UXDA Yft EXrir.TTV.n. T II. VOL. Block East of the Terms eeklj and Table ' Theatre, - SALT LAKE &3.00 CITY per day. Rates. Board at Reasonable J. tBUHLET. HOTEL, QUIET HOUSE, C. LITTLE, Proprietor. JOHNSPBUASCK . lows : j Years Ago H. WeUter 4 Co. and J. k J.SprBance, Importer, and Wholaale Dealers in The veteran actor, Peter Richings, pn one Occasion, at least, found that it Was almost as important for a stipe to know his part as for the chief actors. In the transformation scene with which he was used to end one of bis peices' the fiats drew off for tho last tableau, and discovered his daughter and himself in apotheosis in the clouds. On one occasion he was a little slower than ustial in changing his dross, and all the performers had taken their stations for the scene as he came rushing on with his daughter to complete the picture, when to his bor S. T.T.TXTTO ror. he discovered upon the elevation which they were to occupy, a great, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, gaunt super in dirty tights, tin armor, Jewelry, Silver aud and a gilt helmet, already in apotheosis. "What are you doing there, sir?" gasped i t ii wurrai toa Peter, ' as soon as he could find breath. ''Standin' in a hipoihem," responded the Tr super, who bad evidently read the play bills and was proua of his position. "Come down, you scoundrel; come down at once!" ejaculated Peter, who imagined the man was chafing him. "The capM. PROPRIETOR, LAGER tain told me to stand here in this here saloons .;rT?irwfc ? hypothesis," responded the super sturdily, ttrTv ramilles Supplied. with the air of a Roman sentinel, ready to die at his post. "But do you know Tow filled ' xZ ?tn Z. rPly Por gallon where you are, sir?" shrieked Peter. Tl1"8- "You are in heaven, sir in heaven, and J1 be "f8 m a hberal aUonc damn it, sir, no one is allowed there bat mad. t Caroline and roystlf bo one." aatf AND LIQUORS. Front Streot San Francisco. J. & f' '.i8r:i, EST EY Junction with C.r.R.K., auu.Sii1) p.m. Leave Salt Lake City daily at 0 a.m . and 6 03.40 p.m. Arrive at Ogden at 7.60 a.in. and 5.4U p.m, In addition to the above, , ! TRAINS MIXED WILL BUS DAILY, (SUNDAYS first XVan EXCEPTED,') . '. ' If 0 EQUAL. It ts recommended with unbounded assur. ance in all cases of Outs.Bmises.Bunis, Sprains, Rheumatism, Hard Bwettinsjs, Bite, Joints, Frozen Feet, Ears, Arc, fcc, among all persons, and for Sprains, founders, Ringbone, Scratches, Hoof-ale-, Spavins, Springhalt, Saddle,Col. lar and Harness Galls; also diseases of the Eve ,, and Ear in . ,. Wind-Gall- fees, Mules or Cattle. V Cur? 'Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Xame Sack, Salt liheum. Poisonous Bites, External Bone and Muscle Affections, Kore Nipples, Ac., and may be justly termed the panacea for all EXTERNAL WOUNDS. ! Remember, this T.lnlment did not springMOSTup in a day or a year, pro. THE ABS0ED AND UNNATURAL CUBES' I K31 during CLAIMED BY MENTs. But NEW-BOE- N AND MCSHEOOM 3LlNI we have the experience of over of trial, with the by a mnlaituda of witnesses. It the IinlmeniU not as recommended, tho thirty years CHICAGO & ALTON raostsub-etantialresults.a- Money will be Kefurided. Bo not be imposed upon by using any other Liniment claiming the same properties or They are a cheat and a fraud. Eo aura and get nothing but t. Chaiifje of Cars. 3Vo ; . And the shortest, quickest nnd best route between St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Chicago, Chicago and Jefferson City, St. Louis and Pekin and Peoria, St. Louis and St. Paul, and St. Louis . , and Qiiiucy and Burlington. tTS Sold Sxomat- - - ' Dbuogists akd fi f Coram 'r 25c, 60c. and $1 per Bottle. " : Koiice Size or Bottle, Sttli, ic. LYON MFG. CO. HAGAN'S , d71-t- f JNO. '' ' -' U W. YOUNG, General Supt. VAND ALIA Vox Humana ROUTE EAST. SALES UNEQUALLED. ; Line Running Throuyh Curs from The Only ST. LOUIS ... - .TO . j FIRST PRIZE At Every Fair! , ! - , New York, Chicago, Cincinnati " ' Louisville and Fnll Line of Musical1 Instruments at the Lowest 3 l lgures. Just call and see. ' A ' TIME rrJLIJLI3 5:15 Janl7'72tf REMOVED, H. 'if STINGER; i has removed the . ; : ; Confectionery : M.-Chl- : ; . . Cot. Cliestuut St., St .LOUIS.; i t. " ; Ticket Ag't, St. Louis. West'n Pass. Ar't,St.loni. JNO, S. SIMPSON. CHAS. . F0LLETT, Gen. Supt.,Indianapolis. (Sen. Pass. Agt.,St.loKi. . dl-- "j XoaottA tiM, S ALT .LAKE CITY. Board by the Day or Week. BRooms with or without Board.-ylOOtf ... - ALL VARIETIES. iMPORTEt) West Side East Temple Street, ii- : i.;:!.ir i '"i-- ' 'i ' ; . . Candy Cheap I Candy Cheaper t Candy Cheapest g Taylor A Cutler, Proprietors. .'..; -- ) j . - J '.1' ; ' . ; ' , , , "candy, ' Next door to 0. H. TRIBE'S, MAIN STREET, turb asd fresh. TAYLOR'S HOTEL tn ' TARIKT1 CAXBY, tf home made, 0 '. THE GREATEBT 1M TTIOS. DORWIN, ' M. COLBURU, ; ; STORE!, TOYS Ticket Office, Xo. 100 IYFourth St., LONDON ...BAKERY , TOY Express. cagd With through Sleeping Car Daily except Satunlay MAIL. 8.20 a.m. 6.36 p.m Leave 06DEN 1.80 p.m. 6,30 a.m Leave OMAHA 4 6.00 a.m. 8.40 p.m Arrive BURLINGTON M l Galesbnrg, (C. B. & Q.) 7.00 a.m, 10,60 p.m 11.16 a.m. 8.22 a.m Meodota ' ... ,, I 'i " Chicago 3.15 p.m. 7.00 a.m I " t.00 a.ui. 12.50 a.in Peoria 6.45 p.m. 10.30 a.m Ind'plis (I. B. & W.) ! " Cincinnati " 9.50 t p.m. 4M p.m 5.65 p.m. 9.20 a.m Loganp't(T.P.W.) " Columbus 2.45 a.m. 6.20 p.m. Through Cars from Missouri River to Chicago, IndiakapoIH, Cincihnatti, Loqansfobt, and CoLDHBtrs. Ceiiriections at those points with lines leading . i to the East, North and South. This is the Best, Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Route, j ' Do not tie deceived, bat obtain Tickets via the & Missouri Rivib Railroad. Bukmnotoh A.E. TOUZAL1N, C.E.PERKINS, Oen'l Pass. Agent. .Gen'l Sup't . r J. Daily eiecpt Sanday. line. KM.-Fa- .st P. GATE! GOLDEN r. except Saturday, 6:15 jEirnitBS FOWLER, Agent for Ogdea. dl-l- y With Pullman'. Palace Sleeping Car through to New York, Ciucinuuti or Louisville Daily TO THE EAST, R0RTI1 AND SOUTHEAST. ATLANTIC JOHSJ Express. y For all Way Station. Westinghonne Safety Brake. PlillDmn's Palace Day and Dining Cars. STATIONS.. A.M.--T)a- With Palace Car through to New York, Chicago. CiutiLiuutl or Loui.ville Daily except Sunday. 3:30 BURLINGTON ROUTE. J1AIX STREET, SALT LAKE CITI1(! FO UR TRAINS DA ILY! 7:45 J CHAS. W. STAYNER, WITHOUT CHANGE, ONE HOUR FASTER TIME Between Chicago and St. Louis, and one hour and a half faster time between Chicage and Kansas City than by opposition route, , i FRARK II1GII, Western Traveling Agent., Kansas City, Mo. J, C. McMCLLIN, Geu. 8upt Chicago. JAS. CIIARTOTt, 136--ti Pass. Pen. Agt., Chicago. J UBILANTE! VOX Passengers will please Purchase their Tickets at . the Offices. , . , For all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to ClfAS. Nirtt.ET, General Freight aud Agent, ELEGAXT WAY CARS, nnd Pullman Palace Sleeping, Dining and Smoking Cars run through without change, between Chicago and St. Louis, and Chicago aud Kansas City. The only line running these Cars between Chicago and St. Louis, and running both Palace, Sleeping and Dining Cars between Chicago and Kansas City, and Palace Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and St. Paul, via Quincy aud Bnrlingluu. H::i::r L:::i:t, btr all Truius , WITH IVssengef Reduced Kales to Excursion Parties. ts. Mm 1873, Dally Leave Coriune at 12:00 noon. . Leave Logan at 7:30 a. m. to connect with trains for Ogden and Salt Lake. X . 3rL JSl. X Xj3E!. OygL ONLY FIRST CLASS ROAD IN TUB See clnstifi Ktiun of Railroads by Board of Railroad Commissioners. , . aJLwiJL Hi! ALSO : ' TUB TIE ? msm WILt JOHN SHARP, SUPERINTENDENT. ' ' tf s. . II For all Information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to ; JAMES StlARP, ' Gen'l Tickot and Freight Agent r aad after Oct. 1st, Ob 3 Passengers please purchase the offices. Fifty cents additional will be charged when the fare is collected on the train. IT BXS Poll-Ev- , ORGANS LOGAN. : known In America. It merits arc well known through, at 5 a.m &3.30p m. out (h habitable world. It ha Leaving Ogden City and . - . the oldest and best r?torl of any Litntmrnt In the world. From tha Salt'Lake City at 8.30 a.m.and 5.05. p.m. millions upon millions ot bottlea old no will their tickets at has ever Beachcomplaint ed us, and as a healing and PAIN SUBDUING LINIMENT Charming RUN BETWEEN OORINNE, Trains will leavs Oeden dailv atS.40a.rn.. and e.Sp.oi. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10.40 a.m. v t ; . J n 4 O GDEN; Where can be foUud h- ,MagnoHaBalm a FRESH BREAD, CAKES, Pure Blooming Complexion. Dofl't pftss the London Bakery without a call. A j few applicatioks make and its operation la IfcH Punly iecn and felt at once. It does away with the .lT.isb.ed Appearance) caused by Heat, Fatigue ami Eioitement. Healsaud rnmoves all Blotches and Pimples, dispelling dark and 1o!ght!y spots. Drives awas Xan, l'reckl?s and Sunburn, and by its penile but powerful inflnpnot mantles the laded cheek with Vegetable, TOUTIIFUP BLOOM AM) BEAUTY. VW tiyrTl rrr.cg!! GROVE ! J0Ni!S f4 Fiscy Stores. Do-- BREWERY, GltOtE, OGDEN. Lager Beer, Ale and Vorter qiuUity, Mati- of a Superiorand vfactured supplied , uiul: ;.j , to families the Trade. i s Beautiful GroTe for Pleasure and Pic-ni- c Parties, - also the FINEST DANCING HALL" I OGDEN, are connected with the Brewery and cm be' obtained, with or without Musi ou application to JlEROr.II, HTXT A Co., a Jfo85. Wholesale and Retail, ; ICE CREAM- To all whom it may concern. NOTICE GEORGE W. TURNER, (Late C. B. McUregot Fifth Street, A WATJEIl. PASTRY of ALL KINDS. Mag- azines, Pictures, Albums, Stationery, &c. CIGARS A.YD TOBACCO. ' Wall Papers of the Btfst Which ha. s(H;h a Demand through ih6 Territory, for Beaiity and Excelcm, cktihot be Co.), - - - Ogden. Books, Periodicals, Patterns. Sul'scriptions taken for all tha Papers of the day d24J-3u- i Local, Eastern and Western. SCash - , 16 HEREBY CIIVEN, THAT engaged in Business in MONITOR HAS GAINED A Nn higher euconiiuin can lie Ogden City, (fir which the City Ordi THE bestowed nances provide that a license must bi upon a Cooking Stove than to lay that house-wif- e whe use. it speaks id it. praise obtained,) withoat first pfoouring a every and recommends it to her and friends, license are liable to be taken before any for economy, cleanliness andeighb.rs reliability in all its Alderman ef said City, and be subjected operations. to a Fine. , j t 31,314 MONITORS 50W 15 USE. By order of the City Council, LESTER J. HERRICK, Mayor. . . ALSO, TBI CELKltAtr.s , JAMES TAILOR, City Recorder. SAXTA CLAIS COOKIXG STOVE, The Office of the City Recorder is at the City Hall Fifth Street, Ogden. for Vital ana Wool, OfiA'e Houtt fror 10 a. n. till bp.r ' SODA AIVW CITY LICENSES. Orders runctually Attended to A -- , ' ' CANNED GOODS, NUTS, CANDIES, etc. ly malting house. Railroad. MONDAY, 1NOV. IJ, TRAINS LIHiMEMT f'War;.. 4 SELW THE ON AND AFTER p STAV1R, UTAH NORTHERN AND - Peter Rieliings. ' : mm EU! CENTRAL RA.IIiB.OAB. PIONEER LIXE OF UTAH. MEXICAl to-da- CCCHiPMiS. 8SPRUANCE,STANLEY&CO. WINES mil - "Europe is assured that we are firmly resolved to preserve peace, therefore, without fear sees us resume possession of our territory. The administration has always acted in a conservative spirit, which animates the great mnjority of the Assembly, from which I never depart. The agitation of the public mind was relieved of its intensity as the period of your reassembling approached, because it was requisite to discuss bills which necessarily involve the questfon of the form of Government. I have neither to intervene in these discussions nor forestall your sovereign decision, merely to confirm, the former within legal limits, and provide that' the latter should be respected. ; Your power.there- fore, is intact; nothing can impede its exercise. Perhaps, however, you may think that in the present situation, with party feeling so strong, the establishment of any definite form of Government presents serious difficulties, and that it would bo more prudent to maintain the To tell you frankexisting institutions. ly my opinion, to thoroughly insure public peace the Government absolutely lacks two things and essential condi tions of efficiency. It has neither sufficient vitality,, nor authority? it ea"n do nothing durable if the rights of Govern ment are ever questioned, with its pow ers, liable to be changed at any moment. It can secure peace but not Great undertakings safety are impossible; industry languishes. We are. unable to restore that confidence abroad which is necessary to a restora tion of the greatness of the nation. Government lacks authority, for it is unable even to obtain obedience from its own agenft, orto repress the excesses of journals which are corrupting the pub lic mind, l ou will consider these dan gers and create a strong and durable execulive, which can energetically de- rend society. ' ..The deputies of the Right warmly cheered the message. The Right moved that the executive power be conferred on Marshal MacMalion for ten years and that he continue to maintain the present form of Government, It was moved that the jjeople be called upon to decide on the 4th of January, 1874, whether a Republican or Imperial form of Government shall be adopted. The baron demanded that the motioa of the Right be declared urgent. Duko on the part of the Government, supported the demand for urgency. Duffaure said the Assembly, at its last session, had ordered tha bills organiz ing the executive and legislative power should be discussed within one month after recess, and notwithstanding this, Government now supported a motion which proposed to deal separately with, and thereby postpone the question. The message . expressed a general desire for the adoption of a definite Government, but ; yet advised the continuance of Jhe present precarious regime. He conclud ed by moving that all motions together with constitutional bill, be referred to the same committee. The declaration of urgency for 'the motion of Eschasseraux was demanded and was supported by Thiers and the Left, but was defeated. Grevy, in a speech supporting Duffaure's motion, denied the right of the Assembly to confer on the Government a longer term ot power than it possessed itself. - lie expressed the belief that the Right really wished to defer a consideration of the constitutional bills indefinitely. Gourmand declared that he was sincere in his intent'on of bringing them to a discussion. Duffaure's motion was rejected by vote of 302 to 348. . , W. CHAS. H: . . cSSnV, Taata, ' r rt OODEX, . UTAH. THURSDAY, XOVJEMBEIt 6, 1S73. French Assembly. ' . HOTELS. . Mahon, Propri.tor. J. Hone,JLIVERY STABLES, , pee nd Wu. , r9 1 I Cll BY TELEGARPIl MERCHANTS f ,le 40. 1 Business Houses. Vlnt-Cti- tt joules 13 1 TT nftTM DIRECTORY. INFORMATION T ?MiB"'8 ... ' SlulU Month. r excepted VFB V EVENING, Sundays r i. n- paid for Fggs and Chickens !5" Cakes Ornamented to Order, SUORT , , OM KOTICJS. WEDDING CAKES A I SPECIALTY? j; II. KELSON, Fifth Street . . . Ogdcii. di-t- r ' StirpaseeiL All Stoves kept and for sale hy Z. C. M. and all its Branch Stores. Also by all the Stores in the Ter (Stir Arts CEO. I- - t Veg-tau- Je the CALL-AM- (juality. ) Oldest, OIIE. - coLrroiron iia open eh a ki.w stork , ou Fourth street with a full supply ni Tuy, Preserving Jrs, Fruit, and (oikry. Prewn 'ou. of best SEE 1IJ.M. 5 '.a PBIXCE & CO. Orgaiis&Melodcoiis Perfect Uanuiae largest, and Ills NEW A. Most buy in the United States, . i 52,0 0 0 ' Now in use. No cfher Musical Instrument same peputarity. S" ,SedforsJ'ri-- e Lifts. err -- iicw Addies - obtained " t BvrrAxo.x.y ' :. '