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The MaladThial. Last Friday the case of the People vs. James Smith "TpSdi SapEJ"dIlHBterSreeXPeC'' George ,D A. th. priesthood meetmg a, end District School-tae Second tie 22d lost., at 1 U Saturday, rreiDS'sandTeacherS MWv attend. nctarereuo BAZAR. TI1E OGDEN STORE. 0LD DOLLAR iSt direct "r - W'Sm-kI0Y3 , FAKCIia. , 6AM l UOLIDAY GOODS from kckopk KBW YEARS NOTIONS ,Kr.. A. BUIEIAS. ruyDewret Telegrajih. . h.,ki(1 . . Scipio; 19. of Cedar Springs, rh y,U"1"" to 5 I j kuife; supposed be insaae. has the sympathy ' on theocca- .. this in city, t D1S lilt" Oh! Where was Hi? "General" ,.,, ..nhminv end of his son, cut George R. Maxwell, the superb Boanerot a career cff in the middle ges of the revolution which is destined ne83 and promise. to purify the infected atmosphere of Utah, and to introduce an era of "moral them. Tribe's. II. G. Try ideas,' passed through JO gden this morn utb Bloaters at ... T0ni, TSeecroft ,::!, Yarmo ' COLOEKD ilKKHSG".,o ClTlZESS.- -A citizens of Ogden, xpeeting- of the colored at the house of evening vas held a delegate to to elect Green, Mrs. das, Convention which will assem- lst Mass the for the purpose of member of the National Col- ble in Salt Lake City a eating ored Convention, Kobt." Newman i was Remarks were appointed Chairman. Willnude by J." P- - Gibbs and Wesley delechosen iams. William Gale was gate to the Conventien. il,, i tribe's. Adjourned. Fornd Pure Liniiore. Wln.i .1 go to G. H. West Yoctrd' Mas." Two boys gave their names as Fred. Sheets Gfl fb.o ! Waters, for murder which has been on trial in Malad City for some days, The jury rendered a was terminated. verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree. The prisoner was remanded after his sentence, to the prison in. Malad City, there to await his execution set for the 19th of December. Tending the trial the jurors were'served with their meals, at Bergher's tavern. Two trav elers entered the dining room while t'je jurors were seated at the table. One of the strangers named Burke, persisted in catechising them, and indulged in iia proper allusions to the Court. Deputy Sheriff Davis at once placed him under arrest and presented him to the Court, charging him with an attempt to tamper with the jury. IJe was fined $50 and costs, for contempt of Court. He stated he had no money, and was taken to jail in default of payment, but not being prepossessed with the appearance of the furniture in the jail be paid the fine,' and made tracks for other quarters "with a flee in his ear." 4idlilliamXaWreince) plying the voca- jjos 0 shoe blacks, arrived here yester ing limping away to Washington. Some days ago, looking over a list of appointments published in his organ, we noticed that he proposed to "orate" in our city. Last night was fixed as the os- casion. We were brimful of expectation. With genuine Yankee inquisitiveness we button holed sundry individuals who are supposed to forecast all important events, from the probabilities of a change of weather to the chances of a war with Spain. To every inquiry we were met with a brusque rebuff, "Maxwell be hanged." At a late hour we wandered along the streets in the vain endeavor to find out where the "GeBeral" was hold ing ferth. At last we hit. upon a place where the meeting was held. Full of glee and happy anticipa'ion we knocked at the door of Mrs. Green's house, where indian assemblage of sombre-lookinviduals from Afric's clime were expatiar ting on the beauties of the Civil Rights' Bill. That is the alpha and omega of the General's proposed "splurge." -- g the "franking" line dy from Detroit. Jhey took passage on the wrarMiag road of the passenger cars, looking none the worse foMhe wear and tear of tieir ride... They, paid half a Condensations. From Yesterday's dolht for t square meal and ate a dollNewt : ar's worth, besides putting into their will take place at Trovo A celebration a of liberal supply capacious 'pookets next in honor of the opening on Tuesday J'villals." --, Ihey were told to "go of the TJ. S. R. R. President Young and West." others will address the people. ... ' P" :v P"" ' IBeilCust Partt. Theparty given eteniing tor pigeen matches last night at Woodmansee's Hall by the are of frequent occurrence to the grief in young ladies of Ogden, was an event of many lads who take great pleasure of that will long be remembered the those pets. possession by who participated in the festivities of the ; Mr. Connolly, a miner, was arrested of occasion. Sixty couple or more took on a charge of robbing another miner to bonds He was held in $1,500 part in the r dance,' while maiay others $142. de in enjoyed themselves in quiet and social appear before the Probate Court, converse, feasting. their eyes upon the fault of which he was committed to jaiK '.Two persons interested in mining glittering array ' of graee and beauty, which presented a scene ef enchantment. companies were engaged in an altercation All were in buoyant spirits, and happin- yesterday afternoon,, when the brother ess beamed from every countenance. of one ef the parties drew a pistol on the The trials and sorrows of life other. There is any number of "dead every-da- y were for the s, buried in forgetful-fiesbeets" around Salt Lake just now. Send, time, and good will and order prevailed. them to Cuba. " The ladies were dressed in From this morning's 'Herald:' elegant and tasteful attire,, S. Underhill was bound over to the especially distinguished for Uie absence' of the meretricious dis- Probate Court for trial in $1,000 bond3 play of fashion and its follies. The to answer to a charge of swindling in a party was a brilliant success, as gratifyimining transaction at Tintic. ng to those, who shared its pleasure, as The great Cuban rally hae been fixed to those whose A number of management contributed for evening. largely to the unbounded pleasure of the prrominent speakers have signified their evening.. How maDy feath- -. to SDeak. willingness o i " " ill ha left on the already wel1 Saxbt and, the. Rooster. The im'! '. plucked eagle T mortal Saxey 'has been in town for a day - The case of the e. Livingston People oftw.a. He left this morning to scare et al for manslaughter, was resumed yes ?P another onster or two In the placid terday in the Probate Court, and late in waters of the beautiful lake of the North.- - the afternoon, afteF thirty minutes de ffWe here, he distinguished himself; liberation, returned a verdict of ."not l generally does. He succeeded in guilty" 'baling a swindling nuisance. It was Before the Police Court seven gamthe "new move," against which blers were brought up for trial and four 0iy formerly battled successfully a were fined $100 each, which they paid 'nog without a head. " A smooth ton The others are tc be tried tfied (showman tcok up his quarters in Mr. Coleman, one of the proprietors of tt'8 city to exhibit a "headless rooster," the Bingham Canyon Railroad, returned oag greenbacks from green people yesterday from a trip along the TJ. P R took up his quarters in front of R., and has received all the iron needed showman's door, and .as the latter to complete the road, which is expected "Wed off his appeals fo the leve of the to be opened fer traffic on Saturday. wwloas, Saxey responded as glibly as An agent for a popular house in San In i nowman, until after several hours Francisco was making his way down Wat th, impoitor finding that he had I ittle Cottonwood when he was ordered agaSt the tongue banging of to stop by two highwaymen, who drew "poser, gathered Lis rooster and their revolvers and called on him to and Utt parta unknown. "shell out." He spurred his horse and 1 ,0 The rooster had been J?" left the villains in the lurch. aei.u,-surgical operation, by the billed the front part of the President Shults, in his inagural ad dress before the old Catholic Congress, -- he ' poor animal is kept alive Quoted (he statement made upon good Jfood insened of the that in Italy through the gullet, and authority people- are open infidels, while fanatiSaxey cism and skepticism dispute pesession sum 7 , saen greenhorns irom spend of tue .. remainder. r lBeir money, and if he could succeed jj. to name It is hardly safe, a mountain or a baby until be is dead. ' !ham,, we th'k we could endure He may embezzle or take back pay, or hil in this or city for a considerable become a dreadful railway autocrat a candidate for Presidency, then you 11 wish you hadn't done jt. afternoon by v . - ' PiB t y. 8y sy- - BY TELEGRAPH. AT Widows inCuba. AMERICAN. Belfast. Me.. 19. jury in the Gordon case, this afiernoon, after an absence of a little over an hour, rendered a verdict of murder in the first degree. The prisoner was unmoved. Counsel aeked tor delay in order to - file exceptions, and court aujournea until atternoon. Pottsville. Pa.. 19. By an explosion of sulphur in the miues near Treiuont, seven men were terribly burned about the heads and faces, and another, John William. son, was instantly killed. Indianapolis. 19. The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of in annual com Indiana, met here municaiiou. The Grand Master reports eigui new toiiges by dispensation and nine by charter. The Grand Secretary's report shows a total number of contribution members of 22.CC0; number of accessions, 2.492; over $31,000 have been disbursed for charity, and 1.329 brothers and 721 families relieved. New York; 19. Owing to a statement contained in a letter from Havana that, on the night of me da inst. worn tbe news of the "Vir-giniucap'ure reached Santiago, the Spanish volunteers, in fiendish exultation over their triumph, visited the widows of Masons shot in !C8, and brutally outraged the Lelpless women, that in the struggle four were killed and seven have since died, and several are in such a dangerous condition that they cannot possibly recover. A petition circulated in t his oity, is being signed generally by the m ste 8 of Masonic lodges and the past master of lodges re siding here calling lor an emerge in ses sion of the grand lodge of the State to take such action as may be deemed necessary. Similar action on the part of the Masonic fraternity is being taken in New Jersey and Mass. Ilie jury in the Tweed case, this morning, found a verdict ef guilty on all the counts. The defense took exception to any verdict except a, general verdiot en all the counts, but the jury were discharged. Councel is endeavoring to obtain an arrest of judgment onlhe ground of want of jurisdiction . of the court. After an earnest and pathetic appeal of Graham, Saturday was fixed for argument on the question of arrest of Tremaine gave notice that judgmenj.. m moving for judgment he would ask a separate term of imprisonment on each one of the counts in the indictment. There are two hundred and four counts in all. Tbe court then"adjourned, Tweed retireing in the custody of the sheriff. ' lhe verdict is the talk of town, and of it every one has an opinion to express. Many exult ana many express pity for the fallen chief. Before the verdict was given Tweed, had a smile and pleasant A1'er word for all who w. Jict, he seemed to prefer the so ciety of his counsel. His youngest son, a mere boy, was with him. id court today, as he has been during his two trials. New Canaan, Conn., 19. Mrs Jos. Sellick, a widow owning and occupying alone a small place in this town, was brutally murdered this morning with an axe. Her clothing was saturated with kerosene and the body was nearly consumed. The house was on fire when discovered. No suspicion, so far, rests on any one. No motive The can be conceived except plunder. house had been ransacked. The now-a-day- s, yj Tor FOREIGN. , Versailles, 19. General In the Assembly Changanier presented the motion agreed upon by the Right, for the unconditional prolongation i or President Macaianon s A long and stormy debate powers. followed. M. Laboulaye, repotr of the on prolongation, announced committee that it was impossible for the Govern ment and the committee to come to M. Bertrauld, one of the lead terms. ers of the Left Centre, and M. Prax, of ' Paris, a Bonnpartist, made strong attacks on the Duke de Brogli'e, and Called M. Jules on him to leave the ministry. Simon declared an unconditional prolongation of power equivalent to perHe warned the sonal government. Assembly that MacMahon would con stantly be able, by messages like that of yesterday, to bring an undue Influence to bear on its decision. He demanded the definite establishment of the Republic. M. Emoul, minister of justtce, Spoke in defence of President MacMaThe dehon andJ his administration. bate adjourned without a division. Havana, 19. The Vose de Cuba publishes a rumor that seventeen of tbe prisoners have been shot at Halqilen on account of a recently discovered conspiracy to with Cubans on the "Virginius." There is no official confirmation of tbe reDort. The same paper says, edito the laws ought to be rially, ' that energetically against the conspirators without consideration for what strangers may say or do. ; We are tbe owners of our homes, and are well able to maintain our affairs and defend our ..... riffhts." Advices from Santiago de Cuba of the 12th, say on that day the captain of the British steamer "Niobe" and tbe British consul at Santiago, had interviews in nerson with the captives who remained alive, i! It was expected at Santiago that the Unfi.ed States steamer "Wyoming would reach there on tbe 13th. ; - C Hotel; Arrivals. '! , BEARDSLEY HOUSE. . H. JOHN BOYLE II ARE Groceries, anil Fancy Goods, JAS. L. H0RR00KS, i XKW GOODS,". J TJH-- r NEW BUILDING ! BOrGIVE THEM A CALL -- 8 RECEIVED, Imported Furniture ever offered in this citj. AND GIlOCEltY. TNYITES ATTENTION TO , The Best and Cheapest ! INSPECT. JOHN BOYLE. JOSEPH C. GRAHAM, :: Fifth Street, - - Ogden. - TOUIB OGDEX, - UTAH, CALL FAMILY ..MOVING STOCK EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, ! to INTO THEIR i The patronage of the publio And el pecially that of tha late firm is solicited. AT LOW FIGURES PREPARATORY will of pre-jmratio- STOCK OF GOODS EXTENSIVE 23xxilcllxLfir Ifl'o-O- Drua- - glst in the Territory attend to the Jieatcines. TI1EIU PRESENT ' ' PRICES. The. most Competent OUT CLOSHSTG A3 REMOVED UI9 FURNITURE THE LOWEST PARPE & BOESSEL. NEW AND 1113 oloct stock of GROCERIES AXD TROVISIOXS, , CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. 1J Y0 WAK FASHIONABLE DRESS-MAKINdooS-2- WATCHMAKERS T. E. BROWN, "P4HYSICIAN. SURGEON AND OBSTETRICIAN X Alumnus of University of Ya., Gradual, of Richmond Medical College, Ta., Resident Physician and Surgeon to College Hospital; follow of Ya. Bleuical society. After a number of years practical acquaintance with the Diseases of the Eastern and Westero States and Territories has located permanently at Ogden City, and promises first class service, upon the latest and most improved methods of Allo i pathic Treatment in all department! of Medicine, Surgery and Mid wifery, Office and Residence, Main Street. tf d-- 2 IS - Ogden. PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE of FASHIONABLE ! NEEDLE-WOItK- ALL KINDS L. J. IIOLTIIEIl, ! FlTTH StRKIT, OoDEIf, a Block Vest of Jain Strut, .!( i r Cloth ;: ::.! Ogden. Good Cut and Low Prices. By the' ton at the cars, " , " - vtcliYered, Special Ratos toy Repairing Neatly Executed, ' - Tat aS7-l- t, .MAIX ST., OODEX t t !i 1 . ifsO I .' ,tl v.it X1 :;! Dealer nk Prop, 91 4wt.lf 4 Ut.lOW In' ,!a u'"nta' KHXJGS,'..'.;, .u ...! Patent Medicines;! I . i . . ,...;...-..- ! irHi i. PURE WINES,' GINS, JR., ! " '.' ! 1 ..'I Hi WHISKIES, w FINE COGNAC, Case Good., An. PaiutH, Oils,. Turis, Tariilslics, at TJ. P. Freight house. Office v , is and- - CIQAR8 TOBACCOS Wm. DRIVER, '" .:;: ; !.; ' " CARTRIDGES. GUN NEEDLE i the Car Loadj SANFORD BINGHAM, ;:1 1 ( S7.00, $8.uu, - - : jLmmunitibn. j j ANY QUANTITY 1U AS ' . City Druu Oium.. COALVILLE OOALi ITS 'Lit ' ' Prime Beef, Mutton j Etc. , DELIVERED AND , Tiriety. LUMBER YARD. , Guns,Pistols5 CnOICH Fourth Street & ' ; CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. ing Cleaned and Repaired.183-- BUTCHER SHOP. ; JEWELllY, VLA TED ROOMS Good Workmanship Guaranteed. J i Watches, Clocks, ' Half ! MAIX STREET, OGDE3T. for ladies and children. RECEPTION JEWEEERS, SILVEli 'WARE; ,! FASHIONABLE TAILOR, i is respeetfullj The patronage of the public solicited. - D. Fifth Street, M. & G. MRS. GRAHAM, : FIRST XATIOXAL BAXK OF liTAU ;galt Lake City. WARREN HUSSEY, j - PRESIDENT. ' ARTHONY OODBB, CASUU5R. ) ; """" - . GROCERIES. . Oldest Banking Institution in Utatu Interest Allowed os Tims Deposits to.attfnded fAiinnHAn. PNimntlT : . di6.tr 7 : ' I ' FinG Stock of Pcrfumcri' and . if Li.-- RBMOYED. m Toilet Articles , ;t ; W. S. READ H "'' 9!.i ' i. ; ON HAND. ' it ::)."'. , ?.:' n - ' i .it:f rrescriptions Accurately prepar?d l a 1 tST Call at AS SEMOVED niS BOOT AD SHOE 8llOP to T. II. Webster's old stand, A few doort South , CON8TANTLT K ! of the Utah Hotel. THE CITY DRUG STORE! TO RENT. s r. TOE UTAH HOTEL, LUItlBER YARD. The Finest House " s ' of Entertainment Corner IVall and Sixth Street, IN OCDEN CITY. i NEAR U. Elieilly Situated, Lumber, EXCELlVtXt 'ACC03DI0DATI0XS ) ' For particulars apply to .v; z'-r-: : w. tiiomso--- ' UrilOUSTERY. Beardslet ALL ITS BRANCFIES, CARRIifl) ON BY ever, the Port the iiultscritwr.. .i Workshop .... l f VLrfif usee's and the Post TN 1 Sept. 3rd, 1873. .m ' ' V' ' ' ', ! P. FREIGHT DETOT. WHITE ' - AND WITH , OGDEN. Propr. Nov. 20th, 1873. C C Clawson, B F Moore, Deer Lodge; F W Hampton, Salt Lake; Herr, spring M Peter field; A Cessford, Evanston; C urgerson, Buffalo; Johh Mc: son, ' W Intire, Salt Lake. M. October 30th, 1873. Are constantly kept on hand and offered for sale at j : ' JA.Mfca L. li'uRROCKS. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, - y. Pritchett, will continue the business of the Pto-neor Drus Store. All pereons kuowinsr them wives to I indebted to tbe lata firm ar. requested to seiii. tuwr. accounts without delay. Company. r- --- : MATING BOUGHT THE THE VNDKRStGSKD of goods ot b Ule flrin of Perrr A Lunch from 10 cU. to 60 ctt. The very best Ales, Porfers and Cigars. to-d- two-thir- ,IU""tura: Private Room EEMOED. NOTICE. LUNCHEON. Murder of a Widow. Tweed round Guilty. ALBERT GRAY. ' THE Explosion of a Sulphur HON TON SALOON, Mine. Hat fitted up a nit Terrible Outrage on Ma- LUNCH STAND, Also a sons PLE '';': and Slilngles, of the best quality', ".'. ,', Always on Ilnnd iui Iurje Quaiitities. The Cheapest in Town. CALL AND SEE.4 .) r"a IW. D. 1TILLIA3IS;!