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, .rrRY fawns were ex- ia front of for gale this morning Two l"ey etore. yllad, by Mr. nkin, and are beaut- ies'.' hear that o regret CAR.-- 'e seixed with W Carter was again y from the Ms. l. ..Ueofparalpis .f which hei. still suffencg. ; Assistant Superintend. Pacific II. Clark, of the Union from last evening arrived Co., 1 ear. and left this Omaln. He reports the Ts CiTT. Ts H tS Railroad coming for road in excellent condition. The Philharmonic- Band will Da ci .ire their secona from the success ,he 13th inst. Judging first dance, they will tbt attended their with the same grati ndoubted!y meet - pr again. encouragement ng of yoJng The forefinger Amputated who was injured a 8. Diggiubotham, an unfortunate accidfew days ago, by this morning by ent, was amputated The operation, Anderson. L. Dr. P. b'rne with painful as it was. was re- is doing writable fori ituJe. The youth the ununder be can as expected well ,s happy circumstances. - - The Ogdks Dramatic Troupe. Dramatic Troupe are diligently paring for their- pre- entertain the people there is a genera when a season, during desire for diversion and intellectual entertainments, deserve encouragement. The Company is made up of residents undenand possesses among its members comfwill be The theatre iable talents. the and preparations ortably heated, dow in progress give promise of favora We bespeak for them a cor- ble results. laudable efforts to dial reception. . . 4 - ' ' ' From yesterday's Newt: ' . ' ' ' Mr. Thomas Aubray has just returned from Logan, and says that the Co operative store is doing a very large business. From Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete, under date Nov. 4th, Mr. Farnworth writes that there is scarcely a family there escaping a visitation from the measles. The general superintendent of con struction of the Great Western Iron Mining and Manufacturing Company, Mr. Wassell arrived from Iron County - yesterday morniag by expbsi on while engaged in rock. He was struck on' the a premature I blasting fragment, and one of his eyes knocked out, besides suffering ether in juries. He was removed to Salt Lake for medical treatment. His condition, it is head by a reported, is Railroad Collision! AMERICAN. precarious. this city, a Mr. George T brother-in-la- ; ' rf -- ALBERT CRAY. . j .... s - " 1 IIAYTSO BOl'GIIT TUB stock of (rooil of th9 Ute firm of Terry c continue the will ltuin of tii flo ntclirtt, orer Drug Stum. All persons knowing them- Ivee to it ludebtef to the late firm are requested to settle tueir account! without delay. JAMhS L. HOKROCES. October 30tu, 1373. J. BOIV TON SALOON, Ilaa fitted up a neat LUNCH STAND, CLOSING OUT JOHN BOYLE H AS REMOVED UIS KXTK5S1VX ' - ' ' . KTovcr :rVc ".id TO HIS ' ,! ; ! . H-u.llc3.ln.j- EAST SIDE MAIX STREET, ,"; j OGDEN, - UTAH. SEW GOODS, ' JUST RECEIVED. , The Best and Cheapest ' '. I.: ..f. ' :, Imported Furniture ever offered in this city, CALL ; INSPECT. AND JOHN BOYLE. y. MOVING STOCK FURNITUIIE AT LOW FIGURES! . , All JOSEFn inh PARPE & BOESSEL NEW BUILDING! ssr X. J., 10. reported on the New Patterson, DRESS-MAKIN- i. iL Bargain . ! SIRS. GRAHAM, JI. E. Iles-ol.dio- L. J. WATCHMAKERS & JEWELERS, G. collision is and Oswego Midland Railroad, near. Hancock, i., this alternoon. d!9-2An engineer, fireman, and a lady pas Fifth Street, - - Ogden. senger, are reported Killed. New Orleans, 10. D. IS PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE ALL KINDS BROWN, At the enthusiastic .Cuban meeting, T. yesterday, the surveyor of tb port, and TMlYRrfTTAN SBRGEON AND OBSTETRICIAN FASHIONABLE JfEEDLE-WORother Federal officials participated. Alumnns of University of Va., Graduate of J were adopted condemning the ltichmond Medical College, Va., Resident Physi , r tot ladies and children. J t t barb rity of the Sanish, aud calling on cian and Surgeon to College Hospital; iellow of Medical Society. RECEPTION ROOMS UP STAIRS the Federal government to recognize Va.After, number of years practical acquaintance the Cubans as belligerents, requiring an with the Diseases of the Eastern and Western States and Territories has located permanently at indemnity apology for the recent outra Ovden Citv. and nroniises first class service, uiton ges on American citizens. the latest and most improved Dieuuxw oi allo , pathic Treatment in all departments oi Washington, 10. The Supreme Court of the United Medicine, Surgery and Mid FASHIONABLE TAILOR, was engaged in hearing States, wifery. Fifth Stbeet, Ooden, he cases of the Union Pumfic Railroad The patronage of the public is respectfully Half a Black WeH of Main Stttet. Co. vs. Pirristor, treasurer of Lincoln solicited. Main Street. Good Workmanship Guaranteed. Cloth county, Nebraska, involving the question Offlee and Residence, . tf of whether the property of the road is ing Cleaned and Repaired.183-lto able be taxed by the btate through ' which the road passes, and whether it is competent for county to tax for unorganized territory adjacent ' to it under ' . ' CM the law of the State. i tfi 10 West, Fla., Key CM A letter from Havana, dated Nov. 6th, Fou rth Ogden. Street, gives the following account of the exe cution of the "Virginius"' 'prisoners at BARNARD WHITE'S OPPOSITE Santiago de Cuba: Four prisoners were ' ' " ' YARD. LUMBER shot at the place made famous "by a pre vious execution, end in the usual man ner kneeline close to the slaughter Prime Beef, Mutton, -- Etc., house wall. All marched to the spot Good Cuts and Low Price. Bambetta and Ryan with firmness. showed marked marked courage, al though the former was slightly affectad oward the latter, lhe two others quite broke down before they were bandaged, but the rest, up to the last, never flinoh- ed a moment and died without rear or regret. Bambetta and Ryan, were killed ' TELTVERED IN ANT QUANTITY TO ANY at the first discharge. . XJ part of town. 10. Nev., Elko, Indian Commissioner Ingalls, of Salt By the ton at the cars, - - 57.00 Lake, has been holding a grand council " " delivered, - - $8.uu here, during the past two days, the ob ject being to lay before the Indians a Special Kafrs by the Car Load, proposition to be moved to a reservation within the text year, and also to distri SANFORD BINGHAM, JR., This morning the bute the annuitu-s' Office at U. P. Freight house Eastern Nevada Shoshones, together with a large representation of Piutes, assembled to receive their annuities. Soon NOTICE. after the distribution had commenced it was ascertained that the Piutes and TO LEAVE THE CITT, I HAVE r, w Pashutes had allied and were about to INTENDING V. . Deter, to collect all debts a m t who are indebted due to me. All persons th a in against fight general engfigc 8 please settle their accounts with him, and Shoshones. The trouble originated par will hi save themselves trouble and expense. O J. K. WILLIAMS, tially on account of the'distribution and H en Hotel, Utah Lafe of the troubles. former Proprietor account of fi on partly The condition of affairs compelled a separation of tribes and a redistribution had to be resorted to m order to 6ecure O good feeling. .Salt Lake City. To night jthe chiets or an me mie met to discuss the reservation question. WARREN HUSSEY, - - PRESIDENT The chief of the Pashutes, Naches, reANTHONY GODBE. CASHIER. fused to participate in the council und Oldest Banking Institution in Utah, The Shoshones, however, withdrew, H aereed to send a couple of delegates to Interest Allowed on Timb Deposits, H look at the reservation at r ort bill, aion to, Collections Promptly attendeddlMtana, and if suable they will emigrate ia spiiog. H A York IIOLTHElt, MAIN STREET, OGDOT. "Watch.es, Clocks, JE1VELIIT, TLATED ' SILVER WARE? ' ' CUTLERY, ; !,f ' ' ' fi SPECTACLES ' io tf 1...' Gunsistpls; y, o-- 2 BUTCHERSHOP. .mmunition. . CD TOBACCOS CHOICE MAIN ST., OGDEX. Mm. DRIVER. Trop, I :;! i' - :w . Yt z o 2 i aee Did. . W. CLARK. r -- UTAH HOTEL ' - H W1NE8, 3 pumpsipups! STUA11T 31. I. ..txnlitnolilf K KPT Anti-freezi- TTTH HF.T AND CHEAP' fORCE and E.IFT a, sn&iiow wena. PUJIFI for deep orWell Pumps, with suitable Points for Driv. tent reason : Mnaiiwtl&nrt ttonro able terms, ojraen. fitted ouob at Workshop, Ti thing; OHlee, I f ACCOMMODATIONS, For particulars apply to BRANDT,' .. 'i. 111! Good. 1'aluts. OH, i.i " ; Turps, Yarnulics, GROCERIES. ' Fine Stock of Perfumery and Toilet Articles . , , ON C0X8TAXTLy HAND.- .(1 Prescriptions Accurately Prepared. J- p- Call at &i 3 X"' ' THE CITY DRUG STORE! YARD, w WHITE PIXE ; oi - aM w , rn .. Lumber, ! r Si . 1 , of the best quality, 0 OGlE. a ! ana nniugu's, ; ; .9 P. FREIGHT UErOT. - on Hand in Always Quantities, Xorge n The Cheapest In .Town. r. W. TIIOMSOX, , ,f, ! - o EXCELLENT . Corner Wall and Sixth Street, O e Situated, AND WITH ClNSf WHISKIEV Case IN OGDEN CITY. Eli-iil- , FINE COGNAC U ' y ' t ! SEAR U. Call and jrnvaie rwui. ,or ' Patent Medicines OS , imported. i 1 . 1 ' East side Main St., Ogden. The Finest House First Class Wines, Liquors, Ales, Porters, Cigars, of Entertainment etc Jion bat genuine articles T :: ; THE LIQUOR STORE. r ' - LUMBER TO RENT. Z r . : i-- BEMOYED. '. v.' i Dealer in r A company is organizing in Lon don for the purpose of working the IV. S. READ extensive fields of peat in the Iligh- HIS SOOT AND SHOE SHOP rjAStoREMOVED lans of Scotland.. It i3 proposed to XL ebster I eld sta.oV - ' T. 11. use the Qayton process, by which A few doors South of the Utah Hotel. the fibre of the neat, is thoroughly cut up and converted into a dense pulp, which, when dry, becomes a solid mass as hard as oak. aij ity Drug Store. 9 M .nd CIQAES in great tariety. c ' CARTRIDGES. NEEDLE GUN Ho ' t Repairing Neatly Executed, COALVILLE COAL, a - milE TJSPKRSIGNED AT TUB Groceries, ami Fancy of Mr. Hampton, and at whose house the on Saturday evening, and expresses his wife of the injured man has been stop satisfaction at the result of his observaping for some days, upon hearing of the tions, and will leave for the East to get misfortune immediately started for the out plana for the works. city with that lady by an extra freight Yesterday, Heber dive, aged nineteen -- ' f train. years, son or Uiunue Uiive, was tnrown off his horse and received several inju Municipal. ries on the side of his head and neck The City Council met November A meeting of the directors of the Utah 10th, !8"3, Alderman Walter Thomson in the Central and Utah Southern Railroads, chair. was held on Saturday, when it was A petition was presented, signed by shown that , both roads were in a very Hot. Doxey, M.O'NeiL Q F. Weal and sound condition in every respect. ' thirty others, Mr. Evans Rogers, who was robbed of representing that many ibor under great inconvenience in c.n- $2,700, is seeking for employment,as his ' ;eqoene ef the West end of Seventh misfortune leaves him almost entirely Street, leading to the R. E,. Depot, beine destitute. psed, and asking the Council to have From the Herald; Mi street Three assault and battery cases were for the benefit of the opened disposes of at the Police Court, in each The petition was referred to the com' case the city was the gainer by $10. "tee on improvements, The owners of Reed & Benson mine, with instrnn that they with the owners negotiate Big Cottonwood, made another rich ptle land, fur the opening of the street strike in the lowest workings of the 'Mi early day. mine. Varies H. Clark CounThe police have notified the saloon the petitioned ".'erbalv.f tnv a vuuvu ma l.: l:.ucuao Ka keepers to comply with the ord. nance in ral broker. closing up their saloons at night. One petition was laid oa the table. recalcitrant individual disregarded the lb0S. Sl,in rrpr' . Kaa..-rafW;nn " s notification and was fined $50. m fc UVCLOO JllltblVU iUI peddle meet, was Louis Slocum was fined $25 by the granted Jm, Graham was Police to license a Ccurt, for the theft of six and a granted lPm groceries on Fifth St. half dollars from the Idaho Bakery. A' petition ct James Horrocks to Gov. T. W. Bennett, of Idaho, has so it . f i Liquors. Drues an J Medicines at far recovered from his severe illness, "!o on Main St., was grunted. that he will be able to start for the West wrGreen was granted a in a few days. From this morning's Tiilmne; ieep a Lunch stand at a buila Fourth St. correspondent writes from Bingham , Albert Grey's petition for a liciiS iJ that Sunday, a lady who arrived F a Lunch stand at his saloon on from the l&uthern part of the Territory !'uth St.- r. 1 f b'in8 unwell that day, cemf ok Knott was eranfed linen.A tn was induced by a friend in human form Beer Saloon on Fifth St. to take a little whiskey, and under lb eommiuee on Public to pretence of escorting her to the rest Grounds, ,om. at anrevinn. m..:' dence of a relative of whom she was in P4tUi0tt E. of L,T Covington, in search accompanied her toaepotnear represented that there was a him, when she yielded to the effecta o "Pwtfortb.edeveloDa.ent f rnoi the liquor and drugs administered (o her the West end of Eighth St., by the wretch. In this condition her me privilege of operating person was outraged by him and others location with a boring ma- - who were made aware of her condition irPrledinfaTorof Eating the Two of the parties have been arrested. ua luat lraTel be ot Sunday morning, a workman named C. Lungrend, in the Reed and Benson fi Bt5tSA "o-s. granted, mine, Big Cottonwood, . was killed, by orbeing thrown out of an ore car, which was Coins down the incline. The wire nncil 24th 1S73 . w, rope on the tramway broke, as the de "miftov. ''sieet '8 the ewae place at 2 p. m. ceased was riding down on the car, of Odell, RErvIOVEB. NOTICE. New York, 9 The Cuban Junta in this city announ Private Itoora for Company. JDrugs, ces that all means possible will be used Lunch from 10 ett. to J0 cti. push forward the expedition to set The very best Ales, Porters and Cigars. out at once to Cuba, to lake revenge for Goods. the execution of t he patriots captured on OF EVERY DESCRIPTION; the 'Virginius." A corp. is being formed from Americans alone to proceed re constantly kept on hand and offered to Cuba. Already two thousand names WALKER BROS, & CO, for sale at ave been put on the roll, many of them soldierg. General Queseda formed this THE LOWEST PRICES. xpedition and it is said three thousand names are enrolled. The Cuban bureau ABB thronged the greater part of the t ime. The most Competent Drug t Cesernets, a mass meeting of Cubans, in the Territory will gist of the UliarTj, president society of to the preimratton of ttena nin 08 de Cuba, in the chair, patriotic Medicines. . . . Idresses were made and resolutions ere adopted calling for m aos to furn The patronage of the pnblio and es THEIR PRESENT ish out a new expedition to the Island. pecially that of the late firm is solicited. committee ef three was appointed to STOCK OF GOODS solicit subscriptions throughout the city. JAS. L. HORROCKS, la.uuu nave already been subscribed. he excitement among the Cubans here is mteuse. Washington, 9. FAMILY GROCERY. No new facts relating to the 'Virein- PREPARATORY TO us 1 he De have transpired partment of State and Minister Sickles C. G It are in telegraphic correspondence on the AM, The Spanish Government subject. claims to have acted in good faith by Street, - - Ogden. .... ( f, ISTO T11EIR asking a delay of the punishment of the ATTENTION TO HIS NEW AND assensers and crew, and regrets its INVITES of elegram did not arrive at Cuba before the execution took place. The difficulty AXD PROVISIOXS GROCERIES seems to be the lnetBcieacy ot Uoveru- ment con'rol ct affairs in Cuba, in this as well as other matters. 0 r Govern. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. -ment is engaged in efforts to stay pro GIVE THEM A CALL a ceedings as to the remainder of those on board the "Virginijs" until all facts are FASHIONABLE 1 TOO WAST . fully ascertained. CeHDENSATIONS J serious accident ;i ed to answer the charge of murder in the first degree. Alderman Thomson pre sided, E. S. Richards, Esq., appearing for the prosecution and T. Burmester, Esq., for the defense. To the complaint the prisoner pleaded not guilty. Witnesses for the prosecution were called and examined, the following beiog the main facts elicited : John T. Brown deposed and said that he was Btanding in front of the Occiden tal Saloon, Saturday last, at about the hour of three, when his attention was attracted to Mingo and "Squealing Tom," who were engaged in an alterca- tion. He saw "Squealing Tom" strike Mingo in the breast with a slung-tlio- t. Mingo told him to keep away, that he was not "heeled," meaning that he was unarmed. This occurred at the south end of the Pulawski Hotel, Mingo hav ing retreated to that corner. Wituess told him to keep cool, accompanying his remark with a gesture that indicated a peaceful inteDt. By this time they reached the front of the Delmonico Restaurant. Mingo crossed over to the depot and returned with a revolver in his hand, which he held by his side. He exclaimed te Tom, "Come on, you son of a b h; lam 'heeled' now!" At this moment Kenney appeared between Mingo and 'Squealing Tom,'' and tried to prevent a difficulty, telling the former to put up his pistol. Mingo then pointed the pistol at Kenney and fired. Geo. Pike's testimony was corrobora tive of the preceding. Dr. T. E. Brown is a physician prac ticing in Ogden. Last Saturday, at the hour mentioned, he was summoned to come to the relief of a man who had been shot near the Pulawski House. The deceased was shot in the abdomen, four fnches above the navel. After examin ingand probing for the ball, which had penetrated the abdomen, he eame to an immediate conclusion that the wound was fatal. The Court, after the Doctor's testimony was given, took a recess until two o'clock in the afternoon. luncheon.: Culm! ' Ben Hampton, of ilhwitoa Station, counected with the J Chicago Mine at Stockton, met with a Mr.- Tsinitn. Another Expedition for . Their ef the theatre in this city. boards Og-d- en on the - BY TELEGRAPH. this morning attended the proceedings of the Court during the examination of Charles Mingo, arraign A large crowd xc.j.ted, BVEXISO, Snndaj The Kcnney Murder. 4 tf W. 1). WILLIAMS.