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; VVEgS BVEN'Isa, San Jays excepted ,"W J..h.OQDW PnSUSHINO C0MPAKT. Mitor nd Bu4ineM Mana(ter" c o.w FESB0K' as mm i r s w i i ? i i. i. m 00 4.00 Tx Monti" fUroe Month! jingle Cop 2.00 JO PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, 'I c SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) OGDlS DIRECTORY. H:o." ,HF0RMATIONjrOJHE;PUBaC! First-Cla- ss Sifter Brothers, Andy Johnson on tho Voo,,m,,sec' lvy, Surratt Case. Proprietor. n dsn nou,J'dwJ,Maliori, STABLES. LIVERY pee and Win. Carroll, dius-- Proprietors. AND MAILS. CLOSINU ARRIVALS. donlde daily ffihroughMuil daily - 5.45 pm. 7.40 6.40 p. uu m' 0 ai. . DtPAITOR. 8.10 a.m. 6.30 p.ro. Lake Cftv, double daily 6.30 p.m. . . SLThroatrb Mail daily . .40a.iu. . . . T. Through Mail daily n l.L.Bnil 7.00 a.m. tllfl East . JS 01) 11 m. and the West pl fr" Via KvanTton, Rich County, '2 . . at p.m. Sesdays and Saturdays, Thursdays and tab. County, Tue-day-s, Logan . . Sundays Tuesdays and hursday. 4JW p.m. Vu-County, 2.30 p.m and Thursday K.!WdueedaY8 and Satu rdays 7.30 a.m SlatcrsviUe, and Plain City 3.30 p.m. . . Mondays and Thursdays 3.00 p.m. and Saturdays RiTerdale-Wednes- days If T . f ?Z, and HrvilleandAlma-Weduesdays- 11.30 a. in ' . ' OFFICE H0UK3. ' 8." . fieairsl UOwTf . m. Sunday, 5 p.m.to 6.30 p REGISTRY DEPARTMENT ( " 3 Open from 9 a.m. t0 P-MOSEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. 3 Open from 9 a.m. to p.m. 8 Outside Door open from 6 a.m. to p.m. . JOSEPH HALL, Postmaster. a.tiir.lii.va C. .... P. train arrives , U. P. CP. . ;' tJ.P. train arrives U. C. leaves and - - - - leaves 7.40 a.m. ' Trains - - 5.40 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.50a.m. 7.50 a.m. 6.40 p.m. -- - - - - - 8.40 a.m. ' 6.20 a.m. " i Salt Lake City Time. " Religions Services in the Tabernacle, tvery Sunday, m) and in The Pope and Kaiser. Monarchist Intrigues in ; at 1 School-house- , 1 AMERICAN. Washington, II. Jhnson has addressed a lengthy communication to the Washing-to- n Chronicle in reply to Judge llolt's, of last August, concerning the execution of Mrs. Surratt. lie says: "Hon. James Speed was mistaken as to seeing my sentence, and finding it in the President's office." Judge Holt urged a speedy execution of Mrs. Surratt, in a private consultation with him, Johnson, when he brought the papers from the Secretary of War. He says Judge Holt wrote the order approving the sentence of the court. "I affixed my name to it. and 'rolling up the papers he took his leave, carrying the record with him, and departing as he had came, through the family or private entrance.'' He further says the petition for clemency was not attached to the record, and ' questions the correctness of Holt's records, as the petition was not found in the printed records authorized by llelt, and certified to by Colonel Burnett, special Judge of the Commission, and concludes: "Holt not only withheld the petition from the President, but suppressed it in the records of the most important trial . . in the history of the nation." A telegram from ' Le Verrier, of the Paris . observatory, announces to the Smithsonian Itstitute the discovery ef a comet at Marseilles, by Cepuera, in right ascension, sixteen hours and twen- minutes destination, plus twen minutes degrees and twenty-si- x with a slight motion towards the south te se " S . . Bffl tp' to-da- Exchange hvingt Deposits. Foreign Interest Paid on for Sale. v d53-l- y FQHWABDEllS, Bankers and Dealers la Fqreiga and Domestic, .Exchange. OFFKIB at tTNIQN JUNCTION J. Ogileo, D.T. do4tf DEPOT, IS. DOOLY, Agent. EUGENE LASCELLES, ATTOHN OGDEN EY'rit-LAA- V CITY, V. T. OSce.ia the Junction Bulding. . ; tf 'j.'ll. MABTlNEAUi Hydraulic and Civil Engineer, Logan, Cache Co. Land and ,'x Mining Claims surveyed. A. MINER, ATTORNEY : & Office All r COUNSELOR. at Residence 2nd South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. kinds of legal business AMERICAN promptly attended itr HOTEL, FIRST - CLASS ... London, frouy Bishop 'Voff Kettler, of Mainz," addressed to the Uermaa Emperor, in wk.ich the ; loiter is challenged ta prove the assertions against the loyalty of the German Catholics, contained in his reply to the Tope's letter. It runs as fol lows: "Your majesty has charged us in the face of Europe with being disloyal. The intrigues now, on agitation have either been conducted within the limits of the laws, and in that case you were not justified in bringing this chaigi against us, or our conduct has trans gressed the laws and accordingly we have committed a crime against the order of your Government on the ground of facts which must be at your disposal. Ia the presence of such a charge, whiuh nl.cts our leaders as traitors, after your majesty has uttered so frightful an accusation against our honor, integrity and loyally, at least allow us to prove to you . how you have been." - - QUIET HOUSE, ' s the Theatre, . In additicn to the above, firgt known In Amertra. It merit are well known throueh-o- ut the habitable world. It liaa the oldest and best record of any Liniment in the world. From the millions' upon millions of bottle old no complaint has ever reached us, and as a healing and PAIN SUBDUING LINIMENT , IT HAS NO EQUAL. ' It Is recommended with unbounded assur. ance in all cases of OutB.Bruises,Burnn, 8prains, Rheumatism, Hard Swellings,' Bites, Joints, Frozen Feet, Kars, c, &c, among all persons, and for Sprains, Founders, ltragbone, Scratches. Hoof-alSravins, 8irineoalt, Hadrtle.Col-la- r and Harness Galls; also djea&cg ot th Era and Ear in Poll-Evi- l, Wind-pall- Horses, Mules or Cattle. SrJi ter;S For all Information concerning Freight or Pas sage, apply to JAMES B1IAKP, and Freight Agent. tieu'I JOHN SHARP, gUPEUINTKNDENT. i CHICAGO k On and after Oct. ONLT FIRST CLASS ROAP IN TUB See clasxiflcntiun of lloilroads by lkiaru of Itailroad Coiniuihsioners. Cliaiiffo' of" Cnrg. best ronte between And the shortest, quickestund St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Chicago, Chicago and Jefferson City, St. Louis and I'ekin and l'ooria, St. Ixniis and St. Paul, aud St, Louis and Quiucy and Burlington. JH4I II, M WILIi ALSO Cure NenralRia, Hhenmatifrn, Oont,' Lama Back, Salt lilieum, Poisonous Bites, External Bone and Muscle Affections, Bore Nipptes, de., and may be j uetly termed the panacea for all EXTEBNAL ."WOUNDS. jKf Remember, this Liniment did not spring np in a day or a year, producing THi MOeT ABSUED AND UKNATUBAI.CUB.Ea CLAIMED BY AKD LrNI- - MuSHBOOJt vevts. But WO have the experience of over years of trial, with the most sub. thirty EtastialreBultB,andby a mult tu Jo of witnesses. If the TiinimentlB not as recommended, the ONE HCUR FASTER TIME Between Chicago aud St. Louis, and one honrand a half faster time between Clitcage auu Aau- sas City than by opposition route. FRANK HIGH, Western Traveling Agent, sage, apply to mmCTIIVi Money willbeEefi irided. Do nrt be Imposed npon by using any other Liniment claiming tho same properties or They are a cheat and a fraud, to sura and get nothing but Sold vx axx DuuoGisxg 25c, 60c. and Hoticb Sizb ' ' Kn:. jn Coxjvtzx $1 per Bottle. of Bottle, ' Style, &c LYON MEQ. CO. HACAN'S New York, Chicago, Cincinnati and . Louisville MAIL. . J. H.SJir.CER has removed the ' LOKDOIf BAKERY ' Next door to ' ' FOUR TRAINS DAILY! 7:45 A. 'tf.-D- .ay . . ' , ' k '. I ,'; Pure Blooming Complexion. - Vegetable, . and its operation is It Is Purely -- L fhA J. X Ah ,1 ' " UUWi SeQU fctill .nn; with Flushed Appearance caused by Ueat, Fatigiie and Excitement. Healsaud removiesajl Blotches and Pimples, dispelling dark and unsightly 8un- spots. Drives away Tan, Frecklel and iutiUOIlCS ?' . -- BLOOM AM) BEAUTY. nrnocnats and Faacr BtortS. D- - lOUniFUL alt V, Jfot, 53 Tari riacc, New l'ori : GROVE . BREWERY, JONES' CtEOTE, OGDEN. Lager Beerr Ale awl Porter ijualitti, Manof a Superiorand ufactured supplied. tofuniuies and t the Trade. Orders rnnctuaUy Attended to. A Beautiful Grove for'Pleasure and rie-ni- c Parlies, 1 Express. 3LFast except Saturday. P. 'if ' i .. '.. .. ,.;; , -. . Express. With through Sleeping, Car Daily except . ... :.. Saturday. , ! y Ticket Office, No. 100 Jf. Fonrtli St., i r Cor. Choetnot SL; St .LOUIS. ' r, M. COLECRN, , . TH08. Ih-lre- t Ag't, St. TauU. West'n Pass. tJNa t, SIMPSON, ' CHA8. R. Gen. Bupt.Iudiauapolis. (Jen. Pass. TOY: STO I - fORWlW, ' FOLLKTT, Agt,Bt.Louis d'-t- l.ux - f flHEATEBT ' ..";; f ' ' ' 0 SALT ALi TARIETIE8,'! IMPORTED .X. A. Jt E ". CITY. u ' ': .!.; . i - - kUm')lil ' i th::hlvi r.: v.'- ; 't-.:- ;.!. 7 .'"" Cantly Cheap ! ; "a : Candy Olieapcr! Taylor & Cutler, Proprietors. Candy Cheapest! Board by the Day or Week. BgyRooms with or without Board. ; ! : ; lOOtf : i v .U .! i r j . . . t i ...;.') tii u o . : il r,t - and Retail: SODA WATUK, PASTRY of ALL KINDS. Cakes Ornamenlcd to Ivulx. Order, ; on eao&T NOTiea. surpassed. ritory, WEDDING CAKES ' ; a. SPECIALTY' ' C',!: ST0RE. :'-- J. IL KELSON, FlHIi Street . . . Ogtlciiu f dl-t- a GEO. A. I'l!IA'E-- & CO,' s Organs&Siclodeon Maaufj and Most Perfect tory in the United States. NEW 1 , All our Stoves are kept and for sale by Z. C. M, I- and all its Branch Etoros. Also by all the Stores ia the Ter . u ,,v. TheOldust, Jarge &c. " : miM: ice AXD ns ; . Wholesale Which has such a Demand through the Territory, for Beauty and Exceleuce, cannot be Mag- " CAN1) Yy : mi iuiorxAit Tlas, ' ' West Side East Temple Street, ' (Late C. B. McGregor k Co.), Looks, Periodicals, Ji'iistuo ,y - - Ogden. - TAYLOR'S HOTEL IS HEREBY GIVEN, MAT NOTICE engaged in Business in GAINED A TnE MONITOR nAS No higher encomium can be Ogden City, ffcr which the City Ordibestowed a upon Cooking Stove thstr to say that nances provide that a license must be who uses it speaks in its sralse very boose-wif- e obtaineu,) without first procuring a and recommends it to ber aeighberi and friends, license are bable to be taken before any for economy, cleanliness and reliability in all its Alderman of said City, and be subjected perauons. ; to a Fine. 81,314 MONITORS 50W IN USE. By order of the City Council, LESTER J. IIERRICK, Mayor. ALSO, Till CELSEATID JAMES TAYLOR, City Recorder. -- J ' o ' SAXTA (LAI'S C00K1XG SIOTE, The Office of the City Recorder is at the City Hall, Fifth Street, Ogden. For Coal and Wood, ; Otfkt llourt fron 10 a. m. till 6 p.n. - - jt- Mr? ' m ZAhA 11: m ;.,',.; PURE AND FRE9II. HOME-MAD- To all whom it may concern. Fifth Street, tARtrrT ;.f'-1- CANDY:-- ..! : Lift ' , R E!; i "IN TUB r'fcj '. l Agt,St.toiiIs ' ' vf ;'. L ' TURNER, .7 Conftctioncry, Liue, CITY LICENSES. V. . u..; GOLDii ilGATE! . GEORGE at1 I FINEST DANCING HALL IN OGDEN, CIGAKS AKI) TOBACtO. are connected with the Brewery and opknkd a nkw storb Wall Tapers of the Bset Patterns. Jcolcwugh has witii a full snpply of Toys, ctm be obtained, with or without MuPreserving Crocktry, Jars, Frait, Vegetables aud to on application si;, Subscriptions tuken for all the Papers of tho day Provision of the beat quality. AAV,m Local, Eastern and Wcwtern. CALL AND SIE HIM. 1IEROLI), nrXT Co., 5 Ko -jgCyCash paid for Eggs and Chickens. d 23 9n -- I With Ptlace Car through to New York, Chi--, or Louisville Daily except cago, Ciccuiuati Sunday. . azines, Pictures, Albumsj Stationery, alto the STAYNER,,.i i din T mr.A h.lta irontlA Vint rtflWfJ-fllkoanUes the laded cheek with ' V. JOHN FOWLER, Agent for, Ogden,. di-i- y :. i vT s r.:; .i Don't pass the London Bakery without acaii. I un : MAIX STREET, SALT LAKE CAKES, CANNED GOODS, NUTS, CANDIES, etc. FEW APPLICATI0K3 MAKE A 1 L ' ! Iff ?i hz : i t Fnll 1,1 no of Musical Instruments at the XowrM Figures. J ut' call and weei 3IAIN STREET, OGDEN. Where can be found ' (' ;: ; '. ' ' G. H. TRIIiE'3, FRESH BREAD, ... ' 110 , SALES UNEQUALLED. CHAS. With Pullman's Palace Sleeping Car through to New Vork, Cincinnati or Louisville Daily 3. - FIRST rilIZE At Every Fair WITHOUT CHANG X. 6:15 I Vox Humana A ST. LOUIS ; SOUTHEAST. - Cars from 5:15 P. Ed O V "-- i : For all Way Stations Daily exoept Sundny. Leave OGDEN tt'.U i l l. 8.20 cm. 5.S5 pan 1.30 p.m. 6.30 a.m Leave OMAHA 5.00 ajn. 8.40 p.m Arrive BURLINGTON " Q.) 7.00 .ru. 10.60 p.m Galesburg, (CU.1 u Mendota 11.15 a.m. 3.22 a.m " Chicago . , 3.15 p.m. 7.0U a.m 9.00 a.m. 12.50 ii - Ind'plis (I. B. 4 W.) 5.45 p.m. 1UJMI a.m 9.S0 p.m. 4.00 p.m " Cincinnati " Logansp't(T.P.AW.) 5.56 p.m. 9.20 a.m 2.15 a.Di.i 6.20 p.m. " Columbus ar Through Cars from Missouri River to Chicago, Indianapolis, Cihcumatti, Loqakspobt, and Coiumbcs. Connections at those points with lines leading to the East, North and South. This is the Best, Shortest, Quicjscst and Cheap. f ; " est Route. Do not be doceived, but obtain Tickets via the ; Bum.inotok A Misoum RiviR Kaii.roah. ,J C. E. PERKINS, A. K. TOtiZALIN, Geu'l fnp'L Gen'l Pass. Agent. i' ' .Tanl7T2tf JEL 3E3 : and : ts. STATIONS. Genoral Bupt. The Only Line Running TJirough If ATLANTIO KXPBESS it . rm VOXJUBIL ROUTE EAST. Westinghonso Safety Brake. Meriai Mdai'j Liskd JNO. W. YOUNG, V AND A LI A! Pullman's Palace Bay and Dining Cars. 3STo. .'. .. 3:30 P. 11 TO THE EAST, NORTH AND :.' i f .d71-t- Kansas City, Mo. , J. C. McMULLIN, Gen. Bupt., Chicago. dSt-t- f Gen. Pass. Agt,, Chicago. : TABLE ' CIIAS. NIHLEY General Freiglit and Ticket Agent. JAS. CIIARTON, 0?IBXl!2 WITII Passenger Passengers will jileaso Purchase their Tickets at the Offices. For all information concornlng Freight or Pas- ; ' ' 1S73, Dally , Reduced Rates to Excursion Tarties. . Sleeping aud Dining Cars between Chicago and Kaueas City, and Palace Sleeping Cars between St. Louis and St. Pnitl, via vulucy and Burlington. lstj Leave Corinno at 12:00 noon. '" ' Leav Logan at 7:30 a. mil to connect with trains for Ogden and Salt lake- - EI.EGAXT DAY CARS, and Pullman Pahute Sleeping, Dining and Smoking Cara run through without change, between Chicago and St. Louis, and Chicago and Kansas City. The only liuo running these Cars between Cul- - ORGANS,-:,,- Trains ALTCN RAILnOAD. lVo t.l :'LOQAN. tf TIIR , MALTIUfi HOUSE, Pawencera will please purchase their ticket at the offices. Fifty cetfts additional will be charged when the fare is collected ou the traiu. ES J miction withC.lMl.lt., s, Per-tiaux,- WtEWEIlY COKIDS'IsrE, WILL EU5 JVa li Cliarming; TRAINS RUN BETWEEN , DAILY, (SUM3AYS EXCEPTED.) Leaving Ogden City at 5 a.m & 3.30 p.m. and gall Lake City at 8.30 a.m.and 5.05. p.m. - j sVilXED TRAINS ' T-- Railroad. ; ; AND A dispatch , 3, va 6ELL3 THE ; ' ' ' ON AND AFTER NOV. - well-know- :) ,f . lXE OF UTAH. '" ' , i.'J fit i : A. do . ; II. sent to it Dy Arcn jjisnop Manning: a letter has appeared in the Mainz Journal -- Trains will leave Ocden dailv at 8.10 a.m.. and 6.Vp.m. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10.40 a.m. ' i. aiiJ.SJ p.m. i ' Leave gait Lake City dally at 6 00a.m. and 3.40 p.m. arriT. at ugaen at 7 Ju a.ui. ana D.w p.m. JtTiT .. from Faris says it is rean extensive plot in favor than ported SALT LAKE CITY ef the Count de Paris has been, discovTerm $3.00 per dny. w,, "eewy aud Table Board at Reasonable Kates. ered in that It is said the authorJ. C. LITTLE, Proprietor. ities are in city. -. the possession of documents n lITMlsr.JOHS-- SFROJIIICS poliby .which a number of C.C.CHAPM4H. ticians are compromised. It is also reSPRUANCE,STANLEY&CO. ported that a deputy of Monarchists is """sons to II. Webster Co.and J. & t J.Spraance, about to proceed to Oulsbury. to jequcst " ImMnsyni Wholuah Dealers in hambord to abdicate bis Count de W'NES AND claims to the throne of France in favtr LIQUORS. 4.296 of the Count de Put is. oireei, can Jj'rancisco. 8a It appears that there is a second letter from the Pope to the Emperor.which the latter has not published, and which the Catholics say he is afi&id to publish. The London Telegraph- - says there hss been recently published at Rome a new '" constitution, beginning i'Eomans' it concerning the Vicar's capita-la- r, and persons elected to vacant Sees by the civil power. It bears date the 5th of October last, and appears oppor.T 2 T "n tunely for the nomination to the vacant See of Fulda. Doubts are expressed in CBKAKER ASD high Catholic circles whether the GerJEWELER, man Kaiser will brave the censures fulminated in this bill. other v 0"r and all wr tk arrar tod matters ii pronounces thatAmongst the chaplain ltiz only is competent to elect a vicar capitu U-lar ou the decease of a bishop, and that P. all presentations of Emperors, or Kings, or Dukes, or Priests, who have usurped suck privileges, are altogether null and void. It also inflicts the major excom munication ipso facio, on canons and digV ,'r,1.,uS'a8 on hand. nitaries cf Catholics, if they venture to uallle8 Supplied. give up the administration of any church i a?? th, JUn- - to such nominee of the civil I power. It reserves absolution in such cases especially to the Roman Pontiff for the time beinr, and declares all acts of such in traders to be null and void. vw Block East of km . me:XICAH FOREIGN WELLSr FARGO & GO,, EXPRESS Years Ili o lIONEEK kllR, ... W, UTAH NORTHERN (i:TllAL 3L ; Ward west- and Third Farley's School-hous- e No official information from Santiago School-houat 6 Ward p.m. Cuba relative ta the seizure of the de 11 8 a.m. and p.m. Episcopal Church at "Virginius," has been received by the Methodist Church at 11 a.m. and Department of State. The Spanish min ' '' ; 1 ' r M. i .. of foreign affairs, in his recent con ister i er t s TT.m aua nan;, versation Spiritualist Lieciurea with minister Sickles, express 1 ed his disapprobation of the summary manner of the execution of the persons captured with the "Virginius," and gave J iffiEBEfXATTOXAL him the assurance that no efforts should be spared by the Spanish government to OF SALT IAKE CITY. show the United States that its friendPaid $200,000 Capital, ship was more substantial than mere Authorized 1,000,000 words. It is probable that the fleet in the South Atlantic will be increased WM. II. IIOOPER.! President, without delay, and one or more vessels H.B.ELDRKDGE, Vice I'f est. BRIG1IAM YOUNG. to Santiago de Citba. The Secietary sent " WM. JENNINGS. ' r Directors. ex, in a conversation of State,' JOHN SHARP, : J.I. LITTLE, pressed surprise at the reported interL 8. HILLS, Cashier. view with him yesterday, there being some things in the publication calculatDeal in Exchange, Coin, Gold Dust, College Scrip, ed to place him in a false position.' etc. Collections made land promptly remitted. '" the 2nd UTAH Frances u ARRIVAL h VOl. II. CIIAS, BY TEL EGAliPJl Mercantile InsUt'- -, j OODEy, UTAH, WEDXESDAY, XOVEIIRER 12. 1873. Business Houses. MERCHANTS 'red. 43. i 52,0 00 Now in nsa. No other Hssical Instrument evor ol.fiv!nf4 same popularity. Send fur Pric. List. Wl-Si- n Address BUFFALO Jt.i ' ?