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MJMi " - - . in "rtfll 1! ftidfll. k " A ft ivfiNINO, Sundays excepted PWUiH.COFtVi WTth.O ManaKerFEJia0SE' EJiUr nd BuineM C - SUBSCRIPTION. TERMS OF ' 4.00 s,x Month! lure Munths gmgle COPT J (SUXDAYS EXCEPTED.) HF0BMATIMJO.THE PUBLIC! fir. -- Class Business Houses. MERCHANTS. Mercantile. IiistU n, lime Urrock. House, John J. Mbn, Proprietor. Immdation at St- - Peters-bnr- Proprietors. nee and Win. Great Loss of Property Office: sAin irtst CL0S1NO MAILS. irivL ' AND Through Mail daily LTt ... . '" ARRIVALS. alt Lake City, double daily 5.45 pm. 7.40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. 7.50 a.m. 6.20 . . fja. . tu. 8.10 CLOSISO. 7.00 a.m. . . , 5.00 pm . . via Evanston, Wyom-Ile'- 1 mails go County ", r,Wn fnr- Rich CountV. in? and leave un . . at Wednesdays and Saturdays, Thursdays and ftonty. Tuesdays, . . . ??P-m- Rnndavi rDaily to Logan .J" p.m. .i. flnnn'tv. Tuesdays and Thursdays 2.30 D.m and Thursdays North (taieu-Mon- days a.m 7.30 and Saturdays H City and "BMemUle, 3.30 n.m. ivnne. Pla 3.00 p.m. EiTerOiii- e- n Lake nd the ir Salt Salt Lake ana uw E-- Vnr .t.. i(.. v ind -,. HgopeirUieauuAuupr- Saturdays ip.. U30aj neuRS. . - office -. 6.45 p.m. tLH a. 6,neral Delivery, .5 f Sanday, p.m. to U0 p.m. IUStUSTKY DEPARTMENT . . ."!. Oiwn from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT.. r 3 Open train 9 a.m. to p.m. 8 Outside Door open from 6 a.m. to p.m. , , , i JOSEPH 11 ALL, Pustmaster. . ' Trainsv P. train arrives C. ,r P. C. " " V. P." 7.40 a.m. 5.40 p.m. - leaves V. P.. . U. C. traiu - - - - ,V . arrives and leaves . ' and - - - '. ," -- .i - . - " 6 20 p,m. 8.50 a.m. 7.50 a.m. 5.40 p.m. 8.40 a.m. 6.20 a.m. gait Lake City Time. Services Religious in the Tabernacle, eyery Sunday, am and in Ward School-hous- e the 2nd Ward at 11 School-house- , and Third School-hous- e Farley's at 6 p.m. . EpiscopalChurch at 11a.m. and 8 p.m. Methodist Church at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Spiritualist at WO p.m. lectures (Child's Hall), fflfMiETSAIIOJ'AL liAX'K LAKE CITY. OF SALT Paid Up Capital, $200,000 - Authorized $1,000,000 n. nOOPER. President, 1 WM. II. S. ELDKEDUE, Vicel'rest. BRIOHAM YOUNG. -- WM. - JENNINGS, JOHN SHARP, J. T. LITTLE, ' L. 8. HILLS, Cashier. -' i Directors. Deal in Exchange, Coin, Gold Dust, College Scrip, etc. Collections made and promptly remitted, for Sale. Interest Paid on foreign Exchange d53-l- y tarings Deposits. WELLS, FAKGO & CO., EXPEESS FOB WARDEItS, Bankers and Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Exchange. OFFICE at CNISN JUNCTION R. R. DEPOT. Ogden, U.T. J. E. DOOLY, ' 454tf Agent. EUGENE LASCELLES, ATTORN OGDEN One Ib EY-at-LAA- V CITY, V. T. th Jvxcnov Buldine. ' ' J. II. MARTINEAU, nydraulic and Civil Engineer, Logan, Cache Co. Land and Mining Claims surveyed. Office All at Residence 2nd South Salt Lake City, Utah. promptly attended kinds of legal business i , Street, ... ltf i AMERICAN HOTEL, FIRST - CLASS QUIET HOUSE, Om ISlock East ' ",' of the Theatre, " " SALT LAKT3 CITY Termsi $3.00 iauio J tift "U per day. naies.. uisni.1 hiI ueflwnauie T'lvr,. is .1 T The work Tweed trial is progressing."- tounsel for the defense asked that triers be appointed and witnesses sworn to give evidence to the triers. The request was deuied and exceptions were taken.'- In the ' court of general sessions, today, a motion was made to quash the indictments found in 1871 against Connolly, on the ground in the trial that he was a now coming against Tweed The case was set down for the 15th inst. The associated banks hold about twenty-one millions of legal tenders llenry C. Durham, one of Ihe oldest foreign merchants, died at bis Fifth Avenue residence, aged 59. In the court of Oyer and Terminer, Judge Davis sentenced James D. Centre, the eighth juror in the Stokes case, to thirty days imprisonment arid to a pay a fine of $250 for the too free use of his tongue while the trial was proi gressing, the contain same parForeign papers ticulars of the inundation at St. Petersburg by the overflowing of the Neva, Oct. 14th. The weather had been unusually warm during the day, but at sunset it became evident that a s'orm was approaching and toward 7 o'clock it blew a hurricane. The water rose rapidly and the lower parts of the town were completely flooded. By 2 o'clock, a. m.,the water was almost 10 feet above its usual height, so that it flowed into many streets which had not been submerged since the great inundation of 1824. Some of the thoroughfares were literally converted into rivers, the trees in the public gardens were broken or uprooted, ships in the river were torn from their anchors and thrown against the floating bridges all of which were more or less damaged. Telegraph communication was suspended, many posts were thrown down, and the wires were torn away at the extremity of the Island Vasselic Ostrov. Several coasting ships were floated into the streets, the wooden pavements were destroyed, wares were carried away, chimneys were thrown down, and roofs torn off. The poor and many people were were obliged to abandon the little property they had, being only too glad to save their lives. Some were taken off in boats. The Zoological gardens were completely under water,, and the proprietors had great difficulty in saving the animals. . The effects of the storm were felt for many miles around. At St. Petersburg there were no less than four fires and the head police master was at his wits end, as one disaster after another was reported. Soon after 2 o'clock the wind veered to the north and the current being no longer impeded the water fell as rapidly as it had risen. The loss of property was immense but it was believed at St. Petersburg that no lives were lost. Philadelphia, 6. ' The board of directors of the Pennsylto vania railroad will meet decide on the question of declaring a dividend. The matter has not previously been considered, notwithstanding the rumors to the country. Lewiston, Me., 6. This morning a grindstone in the scythe factory of II. Hall & Co., at East Milton, burst and killed 0. O'Healy and Gilbert L. Heald, the superintendent. ' Philadelphia, 6. The iron mills of Manayunk have suspended entirely. They usually employ ands. General Fatter-son'- s five hundred mill, employing five hundred hands, is running full time, but at a reduction ' of fift een per cen t In wages. Other mills are all running on'full time, and will continue so until navigation to-da- ,- : Schenectady, N. Y., 6. President Potter, of Union College, SPRUANCE, STANLEY & CO. has been notified ef a new endowment of Successors to H. de Webster 4 Co.and J. k J.Sprnance, $100,000, the gift a gentleman who I'porlertand Wholesale DeaUr in , sires his name withhei, for the preseut. ! .' STAKIET. ' W"NES W!Siti0 JdHXHfRUAKCS '. - i ; : C.C. CHAfK. . AND LIQUORS. Frout San rranciBcstl'eet, - The gentleman who asserted that his friend never opened bis mouth without putting his foot in it, being called ipon to apologize, eaid he was very sorry, but when he made the assertion he did not see the sue of his friends foot. It is stated that freckles are goiDg to be fashionable for a season, on account of the leading belle at a well Little did the tens of thousands of S. LEWTfS "ATCHM&KrD If urn rn AWn P'ng ne8tly d0Qe aud w( "Yf it-i- y 4 MALTING H,ron.fc HOUSE, Utah. and women children who known being gifted with .them. They can be touched on with common marking ink and a nne brush in a way to defy detection. witness a spectacle such as has, perhaps, never been seen before a mortal struggle in mid-aiThe occasion of the gathering was a performance on the tight-ropThe acAndreas Kolter and Francis robats, l'ergowitch, were to appear on the rope, which had been stretched from a window iu the fifth story of the Court House-ta window in the opdistance of 250 feet. a posite house, The acrobats werg to meet midway, and theu to pass each other. When the clock struck 12, the acrobats emerged from their respective windows, dressed in tights, and with balance poles. Kolter walked rather cautiously, while Pergowitch came to meet him from the opposite side,with a nervous, quick step. At last they met, and the suspense of the crowd underneath , changed the next .to a. feeling of indescribable horror. Pergowitch suddenly uttert ed an ugly excluiiiati&n and dealt Kolter a terrible blow on the head. Kolter staggered and ft.ll, but in eo doing succeeded in clutching the rope with one hand, while with the other hand he grasped the left leg of his assailant. Pergowitch now fell likewise, but passed his right arm around the rope so that he hung upKolon it in comparative security. hand his to with tried ter, drag right Pergowith from the rope, while Pergowitch kicked Kolter with his right loot, and with his left hand endeavored to loose his antagonist's hold. No one was able to interfere, and the result, it was easy to forcsee,must be the death of one or both of the acrobats. Many women fainted, while strong men were like children. What added to the general despair was the appearance of Kolter's young wife at the open window, from which her husband a few moments before had set out on his fatal walk. Her piteous screams were heard above the din below, and her appeals to Pergowitch to spare her husband's life would have moved the heart of an Apache. The strugglo in mid-ai- r lasted perhaps a minute, when Kolter suddenly uttered a last cry and lost his hold. He fell to the ground, striking it violently, and expired instantly. While the people gathered round the corpse of poor Kolter, his murderer on the tight-rop- e managed to get on his feet again. With a diabolical expression on his face, he uttered a yell of triumph. The Prefect of Police ordered Pergowitch to Surrender. In case he should not do so within five minutes, he would be shot down like a dog. Finally ,ho raised himself to his feet and ran quickly to the Court House window, where he surrendered, begging that he might be protected from violence. There was great danger of his being executed by the ' people, who loudly clamored that the murderer , might be given to them; but the military by a bayonet charge cleared the public square.,,. Pergowitch, being asked what caused him to perpetrate this crime, said that there had been a grudge between him and Kolter ever since the latter had married young Rosita Serganoff, a Polish girl of rare beauty. Kolter, in a fit ot jealousy, had told him he knew one or the other of them must die on this account. Andreas Kolter was the youngest member of the distinguished family of acrobats of that name. , r. e. mo-we- v GEOVE ; BREWERY, JONES' OUOYE, OGDEN. - aptly fll The rij'" Zl ' m.1e toi ra,n per gallon "Prtated the cur-'-" A allowance 3'jrf W. SELLS THE Railroad. MOIVIA.Y, NOV. :i, TRAINS 1873, EST E Y Junction with C.r.R.R., AND In addition to the above, TRAINS WILL RES DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) Leaving Ogden City at 5 a.m & 3.30 p.m. and SaltLake City at 8.30 a.m.and 5.05. p.m. purchase their tickets at the offices, fifty cents additional will be charged when the fare in collected on the train. Pawenp;er will plea Tor all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to JAMES SHARP, . Geu'l Ticket and Freight Agent. JOHN SHARP, SUPERINTENDENT. ' tf & ALTON CHICAGO d.. X Xj --OL mill? O jQl. x . ONLY FIRST CLASS ROAD IN TUB L West. See classification of Railroads hy Board of Railroad Commissioners. Cliaiify01and hcRt Cars. And the shortest, XVo route between quickest St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Chicago, Louis St. and and l'okin JefierMHi City, Chicago and Peoria, St. Louis and St. Paul, and St. Louis and Qnincyand liurlington. MY ELEGANT CARS, WITH On and J. Gen. Pass. Agt., Chicago. C. Mi MTJLLIN, Gen. Supt, Chicago. d36-- Oct. 1st, 1873, Dally Passenger Trains Leave Corlnne at 12:00 noon. Leave Logan at 7:30 a. m.; to connect with trains for Ogden and Salt Lake- - Passengers will please Purchase their Tickets at the Offices. For all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to C1IAS. NIBLKY, General Freight and Ticket Agsat. JNO. W. YOUNO, d'l-t- f , General Supt t V AND A LIA ! Hie Only Line Running Tlirourjh Cars from ST. J.OUIS TO York, Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville - 7:45 A. M.--D- ay TO TUB EAST. NORTH AND SOUTHEAST. 6:15 C. E. PERKINS, T0UZAL1N, Gei'l Sup't i Gen'l Pass. Agent. Janl7 T2tf REMOVED. J. H. STINGER lias removed the Confectionery P. M.Fftst Line. P. ' vi'actured ami supplied iu families and ; , ' the Trade,. - " Senator Sargent argues that all Orders Punctually Attended to. other and wharf taxes, expenses charges ajrainst railroads come out of the people instead of the railroad A Beautiful Grove for Pleasure The argument would companies. aud Pk'Hic Parties, hold good if railroad directors were also the content with interest money and fair when for services; but, compensation FINEST DANCING HALL IN OGDEN, a Board of Directors has developed a are connected with the Brewery and crm be obtained, with or without Mucapacity to transfer profits into pri vate treasuries, every change that si!, on application to cuts profits down, comes out of Co., IIEKOI.D, IIUJIT them. Vo3i. d.22I - AN STORE! TOY Express. Saturday ! Daily except Sunday. Sleeping Car Daily except ;. Ticket Office, Xo. 100 X.Tonrdi St., ' Cor. Chestnut St., Bt. LOUIS. TOYS, IN TUB F. M. COLBTTRN, THOS. BORWTN, Ticket Ag't, St. Irfiuis. West'n Pass. Ag't.Pt.Louis JNO. . SIMPSON, CHAS. E. FOLLETT, Gen. gupt.,Indianapolij. (Sen. Pass. Agt..St. Louis dl-- GREATEST VAR1KTI CANDY, tf PURE AND FKKSH. HOME-MAD- TAYLOR'S HOTEL 0 TBI CANDY, European Plas, West Side East Temple Street, IMPOHTED ALL VARIETIES. , v SALT LAKE CITY. Board by the Day or Week. 8&Rooms with or without Board.-lOOtf Taj lor fc B Cutler, Proprietors. ,: - ' GATE GOLDEN With through MAIL. AE. , dl-l- y With Pullman's Palace Sleeping Car through to New York, Cincinnati or Louisville Daily except Saturday. Burlington 4 Missouri River Railroad. f MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITT, JOHN FOWLER, Agent for Ogd.a. Express. For all Way Stations 8.20 a.m 5.35 p.m Leave OGDEN 1.30 p.m. 6.30 a.m Leave OMAHA &.w a.m. 8.40 p.m Arrive BURLINGTON Galesljin g, (C. B. 4 Q.) 7.00 a.m. 10.50 p.m 11.16 a.m. 8.22 a.m Mendota 3.15 p.m. 7.00 a.m ." Chicago 6 9.00 sun. 12.60 a.m Pooriik " Ind'plis (T. B. W.) 6.45 p.m. 10.30 a.m ' Cincinnati " fl.50 p.m. 4.t0 p.m " Logansp't (T. P. 4 W.) 6.65 p.m. (,.'2(1 a.m " Columbus 2.45 a.m. 6.20 p.m. AV Through Cars from Missouri River to Chicago, Ispianafolis, Cisciiisatti, LooANsroBt, and Columbus. Connections at those points with lines leading to the East, North and South. This is the Best, Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Route. Do not be deceived, but obtain Tickets via the Full Line of Muslenl Instruments nt the Lowest Figures. Just call and see. A Sunday. ir ATLANTIC EXPRESS SALES UNEQUALLED. With Palace Car through to New York, Chicago, Cincinnati or Louisville Daily except Westlnghonse Safety Brake. Pullman's Palace Day aud Dining Cars. STATIONS. FIRST PRIZE At Every Fair! CHAS. W. STAYNER. . FOUR-- TRAINS DAILY! tt 3. Vox Humana , WITHOUT CHANGE. 5:15 INTo. AND ROUTE EAST. 3:30 P. J' VOX JUBILANTM! Reduced Rates to Excursion Parties. Sleeping and Dining Cars between Chicago and Kansas City, and Palace Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and St. Paul, via Quiucy and liurlington. GNE HOUR FASTER TIME Between Chicago and St. Louis, and one hnurand half faster time between Chicago and Uan-- 1 sasCity than by opposition route. FRANK HIGH, Western Traveling Agent, Kansas City, Mo. afte? . ; and Pullman Palace Sleeping, Diiving and Smoking Cars run through without change, between Chicago and St. Iouis, and Chicago and Kansas City. The only line running these Cars between ChiNew cago and St. Louis, and running both Paljtoe, JAS. CHARTON, ORGdVNTS LOG-AN- . - f Candy Cheap ! Candy Cheaper ! Candy Cheapest ; I LONDON BAKERY Next door to O. II. TRIBE'S. ' MAIN STREET, OGDEN, ! , Where can be found FRESH BREAD, Wholesale CAKES, CANNED GOODS, NUTS, CANDIES, etc. Don't pass the London Bakery without a call. AX f UltAlVl 1U CITY LICENSES. and Retail; "VNTITl'l HIT 1"VT1 SODA WATER. 0 To all whom it may concern. PASTRY of ALL KINDS. IS HEREBY OIVEX, THAT NOTICE in Business in engaged MONITOR HAS GAINED A - No Ogden City, (fcr which the City Ordi- THE higher encomium can lie nances provide that a license must be bestowed npon a Cooking Stove than to say that house-wif- e who nes it speaks in its praise every obtained,) without first procuring a and recommends it to her neighbors and friends, license are liable to be taken before any for economy, cleanliness and reliability in all it Alderman of said City, aud be subjected operations. to a Fine. 31,314 JIOSITORS NOW IN USE. By order of the City Council, H jLESTER J. HERRICK, Mayor. " ALSO, THE CXLEHATE0 JAMES TAYLOR, City Recorder. 5.1. o , S.WIA CLAI S C00KI.YG STOVE, The Office" ef ihe City Recorder is at the City Hall, Fiftli Street, Ogden. " ' For Coal and IVood, Offk e ITourt frort 10 a. pi. (ill 6 ?. ! tkigtr Veer, Ate and Porter of a Superior quality, Man- - Charming RUN BETWEEN COnHSTjNTE, Trains vltl leave Opden daily at 8.40 a.m., and 6.2f;p.m. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10.40 a.m. and.820 p.m. Leave Salt Lake City dally at 0a.m. and pjn. Arrive at Ogden at 7.50 a.m. and 5.40 pan. MIXED STAFIR, UTAH NORTHERN ON AND AFTER GEORGE (Late C Which hits snch a Demand through the Territory, for Beauty and Excclonce, cannot be Ys TURNER, B. McGregor k Co.), Fifth Street, - - surpassed. Ogden. Books, Periodicals, Mag- azines, Pictures,-AlbumStationery? . r- C1TIML HAILROAD. PIOXEl.il IiIXE OP UTAH. nt , waterinsr-rjlace J. Mil thrrnged the public snare of Agram, Croatia, on the 15th of August, an. ticipate, that tbey were about to New York, G. of getting a jury in the panic-stricken- Deadly Struggle on a Tight Hope. men, AMERICAN. ; , II. VOL. CHAS. g. - a.m. 6.30 p.m. 8.40 donble dally gIt Lake City, jL. Through Mail daily . mmmm IT OGDX, UTAH, Fit I DAY, XOVMI5Klt 7. 1873. Trial of Tweed Progress- - ;"voodmBUsee, j. To. 41. B Y TELEGABPll i. .,,...,,, Carroll, ,j ; PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, .10 OGDEN DJREOTOEY. - ' ' I'M) C1UAUS AX s, &c. Sulnrriptions taken for all the Papers of the day d243mj Local, Eastern and Western. paid for Eggs and Chickens -- tore's ' 30-6- TOBACCO. Wall Papers of the Best Patterns. jCash are kept and for sale by t. C. M. I- and all its Branch Stores. Also by all the Stores in the Ter ritory, All our T 10 Cakes Ornamented to Order, NOTICE. ON EUOUT WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY. J. H. Fifth fir A ; 1 a ' KELSON, Street Ogdeit. I ijlv. .a, ... mn mm Tvn I n & n tu, ; Organs&Melodeons The Oldest, Largest, and Most Perfect Mar. 11 lot tory in the United State. ST0KE. II A OPENED A NEW PTOIiK . ci Fourth Kf rtW witli a full .i 'r.... Crtirfcrry, Prpsprvinj- - Jurn, Fruit, VcgjtabU- and i7i iimii 'ui ine uesi quaiiTy. COTjCLOUGII 1 CALL AND SEC HIM. d 300 lui 52,0 0 0 Now In use. No other Musical Instrument ever obtain! same popularity, 3- - Send for Price Lifts. iU-Si- a Address BUFFALO, N.'. .