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Sundyi .xc.pted, XTEM.VO. rvPv M.ii.Kr. d Business rENBOit.-"- T flu- BAZAR. STOM. cvtrV OLD DOLLAR ISmd from kkopk. ItS W?KciES YEARS NOTIONS. QUARTERS. KB clljlfTMA5 , ,r 0rBt f-- Hon. to Coogresa Caunon' George Q. from Utah, left Tub Rack. About one thousand dollars are said to have changed hands in this city, on the result of the great Na tional race. 'True Elue" was the fa vorite here. BY TELEGRAPH. - SmitheTopic. ALBERT CRAY. Till Meeting of the Italian HON TOIV SALOON, Parliament. Has fitteJ up a neat LUNCH STAND, Also a Private Room for Company. Lunch from 10 ets. to 50 ett. The very best Ales, Porters and Cigars. Groceries, ami Fancy Goods, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Mi 00 BROS. tiiimm Are constantly kept on hand and offered for sale at THE LOWEST l, General AlE. P. Towne, Paci fie road, of the Central nt SI JjS car' from " ,n a special evenin. Vest this Hll QCAEWEtMingO. of committed to the next term murof the on charge ftl Probate Court, TO MOVED ,,.. been removed the to pnaon. County jail froffl the City heen undergoing repairs, ..n. any danger ud are now secured aga.nst Co, ha first degree, der in the break. of . J. Golpes Citt -- Messrs of Salt T. II . Hasberry, nd n..vi. the t.v. were among- the- arrivals at 15th e on tn Lick Ilouse, San Francisco, I Tub Messrs. W. Inst., and and Mansfield of the otel, at the Brooklyn 8amecity, were the same iu., i U. E. A. wouoaij, day. Mr. Fr. Beodeker, . wholesale who represents the extensive - e Onml1n1 C .1 estaDii&nmeut oi Davis & Co., of St. Louis, is in this city. nf a- visit from r. i. v,i it.. 11 " r,looeuri. UBiiaiCunu : wno is engage j u (his gentleman, to open a market in this Territotrade. Mr. Boede-ke- r ry for the St. Louis the greatest encourag-meis deserving interests of one of the in . n UUbAl Uat-a- b aawvu A . 1 1 nt Mf extending largest establishments in the ' tippi Talley. the CE. 0. Wheelright, of the Beeeret Telegraph Co., was engaged laal S&turday in replaoing a pole, Farmington, and had dug to the depth of more than two le di'jcovereJ a nest of snakes. . They countfess In number, were apparently jfld he proceeded vigorously to commence the work of destruction. He killed in all, seventeen, the rest of the Bsmi-- CI. t W. Mr. of feet,-vrhe- ty. their retreat. effected reptiles having Hail. Mrs. F. A. Logan last evening to a very large audience, on the "Needs of the Hour." The address was eloquent.and her, many allusions to the disorders which pervaded society and the proper method that should be adopted in correcting abuses, were listened to with much attention.. Mrs. Logan and MrsvE. N. Child's LI LI lectured . notice through our column ' they will receive calls from those J. Balcom.give s. seeking that health, at their rooms. Bdkemdkeiho. I 11 of 10 Four men, who deserted the army at Camp Floyd, went Tfest yesterday evening to deliver themselves up to the military authorities at tot post, i Having ; seen' , the amnesty proclamation, they determined'to avail themselves ot its privileges. They had until lately been employed as herders near Two others who were in Sidney. their company, but being rather light-rewere arrested at Cheyenne for committing burglary. d. - A CoxriDiso Hoosier ded Tourist A who arrived simple- - from the was induced taloatt enty .five dollars to a friend 086 acquaintance he formed on the V. receiving as security a valise which appeared to be well filled. His friend not comine to retlppm iIa he bought a JPrty, key and opened lise, the contents of which he sup-to fee valuable. To his consterna-""h- e foUna it filled with empty oyster yesterday afternoon W 00, fcMMdsand. T " DiSPUT SETTt.itn Tl,. Air tb ullmaa Palace car and ?;elWeen "on racific Companies, have been ""Porarily adjusted. Uoon what: basis C lspule hw been settled, has not t s " miae kDown- res Lad been We are that told taken by the U uion .to ' toL , w par- - II 2- - di&Sram 8till cause not be sub the inspection of the former W1 1 notificatinn .!.. A... 1 e!r carsi would nnl the demand was eoJ.rWni :?witb Weinfer,h,wm that "prom.se has been effect ad await """'ration. Four SleeP'nK were attach.,, which 3m aha, a: s ir ::r (Sce Bf i ? a"!1""e"ellfiUe4. -- The city, and ,v, tt0 usual. g lit noble-lookin- - ... i UNDERSIGNED HAYING! ItdlCIIT THE of goods of the late firm of 1'wry k Pritrliftt, will continue the bnsinea of tlis Pioneer Drug Store. All persons knowing themselves to t indebted to the late firm are requested to settle their accounts without delay. JAMES L. UORROCKS. October 30th, 1S73. THE AT BktTisr. We rejoice to leara that AMERICAN. Ilev. J. L. Gillogly, who has for several Washington. 15. There is no new feature in the Cuban duys been confined to his hodse, from a severe attack of pneumonia, is cow im question Concerning the reported interview between the Captain-Genera- l proving, with a fair prospect of soon be of Cuba and John W. Youn, now in jail at ing able to return to his duties. Chicago, it is known at official quarters that instead of the Captain-General proposing to Young to act The Quails in the Gkove. The as a decoy to bring an expedition to Cuba for the purpose of being quails presented to Mr. Farr are running such captured, a proposition was made by Younc wild In the grove and filds adjoining. It himself to the Captain-Generawhot should be understood that these birds having no confidence in Young, gave him are for the publio benefit, and those who a certain time in which to leave the molest them are subject to a penalty of Island, and he left. Young was, during the War, in the bounty jumping frauds. dollars, in accordance with a He also twenty-fiv- e committed great forgeries on city ordinance. We understand that yes pay masters and other officers of the terday they were seen in the premises of army. A letter from .1. C. Harris, one of the officer Parry, where some boys with guns has been received victims, I'Yirginius'' in their hands pursued them. They ani in this city, dated Kingston, Jamaica, all others would do well to remember Oct. 23d. After statiug that the expethe consequences attached to any one dition would leave in the night of that day, be said the prospects for success disturbing them." were good, and probably before the letter reached its destinntion there would be in Cuba.. Much, he added, de A Fearless M aides. - Yesterday fighting pends upon the success of this expedimorning an affecting scene occurred that tion and the combinations abroad We drew tears from at least one pair of eyes. take only three hundred men from this A young girl had made some purchases port, but we will be joined by two other and I am confident of success. at a down town grocery, including parties, The . writer says the boat was in debt; among other things, butter and pepper. that much money had to be collected and coarse-lookinA individual, whose that General Verona collected it- - The breath impregnated the air with alco- writer of the letter is Major J. C. Harris, of Louisa county, Virginia. He had holic fumes, made rude advances to the several years on the western plains, spent little lady, ' whereupon she threw into and in the mining regions of the Pacific his face the butter which she seasoned Slope; and was ever actuated by a restless spirit of adventure. with pepper. His optics were blinded A letter has been received in this city, by the rich and slimy stuff, and to add by Gen. G. W. Cook, an intimate friend to his perplexity the pepper penetrated ef Gen. Ryan's dated Kingston, Jamaica, his bleared orbs, from which copious Oct. 23d, just as the Cuban expedition wa to start. It tells of a hurri8' reams of briny tears flowed down his cane going through which they pasted sailing bloated cheeks. They were the first to Jamaica, and of the princely hospitaltears he had shed since he was weaned. ity bestowed upon .them in Kingston, balls and parties being the order. He declared himself "fat us ' a bull1' and Theatrical. The Ogden Dramatic wrote in the best of spirits. An inventory was made to day of the troupe are expected to make their ap effects in Washington of the late Generpearance on our boards next Saturday al. They include a Cuban flag and evening. The publio will be gratified swerd, presented him by the Cuban at the announcement that they will again Junta of New York. St. Louis, 15. greet their favorites on the stage. Every The mass meeting this evening was effort wi.l be made to win the approval one of the largest ever held in this city. of their audiences. We understand that Speeches were made by Mayor Brown, General Baker and local the great drama of "Daman and Tythias" all for the honor of the counspeakers, will be introduced with a strong cast of try and in favor 6f avenging the result characters. Mr. John Lindsay, well to our flag in the "Virginius" slaughter, known as an actor of the greatest merit .Resolutions were adopted favoring sum vengeance, and the seizure of Cuba and a ''star" who has earned a well de- mary by this government, v served reputation, will appear in the rhiladelphia. lo. Seven hundred men are fitting the principal character. Ogden must show its appreciation of home talent by giving monitors "Ajax" and "Manhattan" and of war "Canandaigua" for serthe the CompaDy a cordial greeting on this vice.sloop The moniters will carry fifteen-inc- h occasion. Dahlgren guns, and the "Canandaigua" carries ten guns. The monitors will be placed in commission early next Condensations. From the News of week, and the sloop of war within a fortnight, the necessary repairs to her boilNot. 15th : the delay. To hasten tha ers The Superintendent of the fish farm workcausing on the "Ajax" the workmen upon near Big Canyon Creek, states that he the new sloop of war "Guinnebay" have has about 600 trout, upwards of three been transferred to her. Orders were received at the Brooklyn inches in length in one pond, and in navy yard, 1 riday night, directing the fish and eggs in immediate several other ponds, preparatioa of the frigates various stages of development, and about "Colorado" and Minnesota." The former can be got ready in 30 days. The 40,000 salmon. "Minnesota" in one or two months. . The lads mischievous last Some Saturday, in a day or two. Juniata" will be tied an empty five gallon oil can to the The "Powbattan" ready is ready to sail. Work tail of a horse, which so frightened the is continued on the Spanish iron clad animal that it went off, at tremendous "Dropelies," which is in dry dock at the . speed. A lady who was lame was pass- yard. ,. , FOREIGN. ' : ing along at the time, and being unable Havana, via Key West, 15. to ge.t out of the way, was knocked down The following account of Jhe events at and severely injured. Santiago de Cuba, received here on FriFrom yesterday's Ileraldi of day morning the 7th : Thirty-seve- n Mr. Evans Rogers, who was recently the crew of the "Virginius" were bro't robbed of $2,700, writes to A. II. Earll, on shore and taken to prison to remain thereuntil their execution, which was Esq , .that he is in duty bound to exon- ordered for that p. m. Captain Fry, a erate the U. P. It. R. Co, of any blame, old man, fully a head tall g as he had the money in his pocket after er than the vest of ' the crew, when he met his men on the wharf, previous to leaving the cars. the march to prison, saluted them all The produce of the Camp Floyd Mill, The salute was returned with, affection. for last week, was .six , bars valued at At 4.45 Capt. Fry and thirty-si- x men $7250. There are still 200 tons at the and officers were publicly shot, despite of all competent fortign aumill, and ore is coming in at the rate of the protest thorities. The marines were seven minten tons per day. utes killing the wretched prisoners. It It is reported that some rock from the seemed that they would never finish. At new workings of the Sparrowhawk mine last the sailors Were marched off, and the troops filed past the long row of assays high in gold. Then the dead carts were bur- It is rumored that the 13th infantry corpses. ried up and loaded indiscriminately has been ordered east, and the 4th in- with the mangled remains. The American Consul has done all that fantry to Utah. have been done; indeed, it was could Stern but swift justice is demanded in threatened that his exequatur would be the case of the friends who perpetrated withdrawn for his exertions in behalf of the horrible outrage at Bingham last the prisoners. In an interview with that" officer yelled at him Sunday, on the person of Mrs. Levi Gen. Barriel, otherwise treated him disrespectfully. Garrett The British Consul also made an Ineffec The race between "Mormon Chef and tual nrotest aeainst the execution. It is "Lady Elgin," was won by the latter. reported that sixteen of the victims were An enthusiastic crowd witnessed the British subjects. ... Rome, 15. contest. The Italian parliament was opened Business of all kinds is unusually bv the Kinz in person. In a speech brisk at Alta, for this season. The re from the throne the King said he hoped for a continuance of the work of internal ceipts of one mercantile house, for one inorganization, that thus Italy might day last week, were larger than they crease her prosperity, amid order and condihave ever been in the place. safety, which were indispensable tions of industry and progress. It had From yesterday's Tribune: been shown that Rome might become Choice potatoes were selling on Satur the capital without invading upon the inday at fifty cents a busheL- dependence of the Pope or the exercise "Oliver Cromwell," a drama, said of his spiritual functions, and relations to be of great merit, and written by a to the Catholic world. We will respect relitrious sentiments and liberties, member of the Salt Lake bar, will be his will not but permit attacks upon the naput on tha boards in fine style in two tion and its institutions. Our relations . with all foreign powers are friendly. weeks. of the EmA grand ball was given at Alta on Testimonials olHhe affection of Austria and Germany have perors the Grand Hotel, been addressed to Italy, which lias se Monday evening-a- t and waa largely attended. The house cured her rightful place among the na tions. has been thoroughly refitted. ; .;;? REEIOlfSB. NOTICE. LUNCHEON, Tlle"Virginius,, Outrage ARB out oiiosiisra The most Competent Druggist in the Territory tvill attend to the prejtaratlon of Medicines. TIIEIB. TRESES! The patronage of the publio ami especially t bat of the late firm ia solicited. STOCK OF GOODS O is TO SnX'iC PUBNIT.U11E TO 1113 N&Xxr XJvLllciinc EAST SIDE 5IAI X STREET, OGDEN, - XJTA1L XEW GOODS, ( JUST RECEIVED. Tho Rest and Cheapest Imported Furniture ever offered in this city. - Fifth Street, - Ogden. GROCERIES ASD PARPE&BOESSEL. NKW AND ATTKNTION TO UTS of INVITES CALLa JOHN EOYLE. JOSErn C. G It AllAM, . TUEIK INSPECT. AND FAMILY GROCERY. TO T1IE3I A E KXTENSIVK cf CALL NEW BUILDING! KS-GIY- AS RKMOVEU HIS tf I KT Car "ST" n JAS. L. HOEROCKS, AT LOW FIGURES! rREPABATOEY PRICES. JOHN BOYLE NIOAISIOXS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. IF WAIvT YOB FASHIONABLE amain doOS-2i- ! DRESS-- WATCHMAKERS AKI NC. M Fifth Street, - - Ogden. T. E. BROWN, M. D. PREPARED TO tJNDERTAKB ALL KINDS PHYSICIAN.BFRGEON 18 AND OBSTETRICIAN of Va., tiradnata of Va. Rfnilnt l'hvii- cian and Surgeon to College Hospital; lellow of a. lueuicai oooieiy. Aftsr a number of years practical acquaintance with the Diseases of the Eastern and Western States and Territories has located permanently at nK)n Ogden City, and promises first class the latest and most improved methods of Alio-path- ic Treatment in all departments of Surgery and Medicine, Mid- FASHIONABLE NEEDLE-WOR- UP ROOMS RECEPTION Watches, Clock, JEWELRY, PLATED SILVER WARE; it) CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. STAIRS L. J. IIOLTHER, Half a tf MAIN KTIIKKT, OGDEX. for ladies and children. Fifth Street, Oodek, and Residence, Mnln Street. JEWELERS, , (xims,Pistols, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, wifery. The natronaee of the public Is respectfully solicited. , Olllce of & Block West of Main . Ammunition. Stret. Qood Workmanship Guaranteed. ' ' AND Cloth- ing Cleaned and Repaired. Repairing Neatly Executed, 183-l- m BUTCHER SHOP. ; NEEDLE GUN M s FourtJi Street, Ogden. OPPOSITE BARNARD WHITE'S ' . ) LUMBER YARD. Prime Beef, Mutton , Etc. , ,, j '. ,'. . , Win. I311IVEK, - :: Special Rates by the Car Load, ' JR., t. V. Freight house SANFORD BINGHAM, FIRST SATIOXAL JSalt WARREN r at , vr it i; WINES, FINK I O T. . . a 8 f H Oilft, " AKB ' ' ' H S) Id Fine Stock of rfirfumcry and H K Toilet Articles ?5 3 W. S. BEAD COJiSTAKlXT Cv w H a AS REMOVED HIS BOOT AND SHOE SHOP to T. 11. Webster old stand, H of the Utah Hotel, r H W a c u TO RENT. THE WHISKIES, GINS, GROCERIES. M :v , Tnr, Varnislies, '' . o dlo$-t- A few doors South ! COG N A 0 BRANDY, Paints. Oldest Banking Institution in Utah. Inteeest Allowed on Timk Deposits. to. Collections - Promptly attended f II : Comc CioodM, CD t ; J BAM OF UTAH ANTHONY GODBB. CASHIER. Prop, ' ture , .. 43 take City. HUSSEY,--PRESIDEN- t r ,. - U RUGS, Patent Medicines o . Office J ia Dealer IN ANT QUANTITY TO ANY ' Rreal 0DEX. MAIN ST., $7.00. By the ton at tlie cats;' -" " " delivered, - - Sb.UU. . US'-I- '. COALVILLE GOAL. DELIVERED Jn ; City Drug Store. (Ell Uood Cuts and Low Prices. . uJ CWARg TOBACCOS CHOICE variety. i' CARTRIDGES. Z :'. - UTAH HOTEL, A The Finest House of Entertainment H t M M J 9 e s THE CITY DRUG STORE! . I . ...... New s a ' ST Call at,"&l 22 aM m Accurately Prepared. Prescriptions sum-i- t 2 am ON HAND. LUMBER 02! YARD, ICorncr Wall and Sixth SU ect, to-d- IN OGDEN CITY XEARU. P. FREIGHT DErOT. Eligibly Situated, H ' AND WITH PI H A 4 EXCELLENT . AC'COmWdaTIOXS, a For particulars apply to 0 s W. TII03ISOX, OGDEN. ; h4 and ShingleM, 0 w - , 3 tt III'MOLSTEUV. f TN ALL ITS BRANCH K9, CARRIED ON BY J the sut8criter. norssuop ovur mo iv Offica. Entrance by the alley between O. Wood- maraud ,U3 Bent. 3rd. 1873. rl dWS-t- mLg0 f 7 Lumber, Lath, 0 Of the best qualify, AhvnjH on IIiiikI in Larjjo (imiititiew. The Cheapest in Town. CALL AND SEE. a 0 : tf W. 1). WILLIAMS'.