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P. J. Tormey, Esq., who is connected with the New York Freemaiii Mr. T, Journal, paid us a visit West this leaves for the evening, and two months. in to return expects Called. excepted, WEVINO. 8nndy W . - Business .. Mawer. y. TTTtG. Chambers does Thi Big Hobn Couktby. We call at of Mr. C. C. Claw BooeStobBook and tention to the lecture "v" business v at Child's Hall, at 8 this evening lire!y :,. fitreeL He keeps a son, - H . .rii 8UpplT customers regit- burnt out, but li.es 2;;s . .piteoffi - HOUDAT GOODS! from europe. Ported B NEW YEARS NOTIONS HEADQUARTERS. WVLiSciE?, ' - CUBfAmCLA- FRED. A. SHIELLS. . statement that Prest. 1's.Uh and others, went to the track, in tins the Utah Northern which appeared in was a slight w tning's JWOTK... last Saturdmade was oislake. The trip ... lltf ay evening. DaueiMS Academy. Dec. 1st, at Woodmansee's Hall, ToTm McCrorj T Terms $ for 8 lessons, bOo? MMontoy free admiwion to MeSinK, .; Marvel Next Thursday evening Mordaunt will give art entertFred Mr which will deainment in Child's Hall, Mordaunt is Mr. who attend. light all who has be the best xentriloquist A ,aid lo mim-icin- g visited Utah. His powers of the in juggling art and abilities his exhibitand of no common srder, er re . There ion is varied and attractive. handbills. See house. should be a full For Pure Wines and Liqnors, Alcohol, Tribo's. ioQ. go U. d"o0"lw The Tribune man and his record. him finds that we know bet-le- r Personalities are hs forte. He had retaliaWe busioess. may learn a new te. Wo don't like to do it, but sometimes circumstances compel folks to tell Sejjs the Point. truths. disagreeable Sew Fine at G. U. Tribe's. Try them. lumsuth Bloaters . Moroni - right place. A party will Ihaxksgivino Tarty. given by the young gentlemen of this city, at Woodmansee's Hall, on the evenibe Thanksgiving Day, and the indications are that it will be well attended ng of with great success. The the different committees are and rclected with a view of energetio making the arrangements for the occasion complete in every respect. and off pass members of Jcst Right. It will be seen by the minutes of the of the meeting City Council yesterday, that F. S. Richards m been Esq. appointed attorny for Ogden City. We cordially approve of this appointment and believe it will be endorsed by all our citizens. Mr. Richards laa demonstrated his ability on several instances in which the duties of this calling were pressed upon him, and we lope he will accept the office feeling that he will fill it with honor and credit to himself and to the advantage as-ur- of the ,' city. Bituhni.nq East. Geo. L. Appleton's American Cyclopedia. Mr. R. II. Van which for Cyclopedia Rensselaer is canvassing, is meeting with great favor in this city. The work is deserAedly popular, as it contains in formation on every concievable subject of interest to all classes To business and prosessianal men and students, it is invaluable, while it commands itself to all persons, for the facilities it affords for reference on various topics to which its attention is directed. From tub Bjq Rack. Several turfmen and sporting characters came in this morning on" the train from the West, on their return home. They attended the great national race in San Francisco, and the majority of them, who left home with plethoric purses, were so reduced in means that they were obliged to borrow money to take them away from the city in which they experienced severe reverses at the hands of fickle fortune. One young man who occupies a lucrative position in a mercantile house in Louisville, arrived in San Francisco with $20,000, which he staked and lost, and not dismayed by his ill luck, gave his notes for $10,000 more, which be may have some trouble in redeeming. A number of the fast gentry who also left the East with the expectation of reaping a bountiful harvest of gold "shiners," weie detained, as their impecuniosity and several bills that were unsettled did not permit them an opportunity of shak ing from their feet, 'Frisco's dust. They all expressed themselves as not by any means desirous, of renewing their experience oq the turf of the western t Coast. - From Condensations. Brown has weired an appointment to the effice of 07 Marshal. We know of no man whom te would rather have in this peeition rendered vacant by the absence of Col. f. S. Fife, than Mr. Brown. He U exemplary and prompt, and we think he is the right man in the Mr.- MimhaIj. Bradburr. yestdrday's letter from Providence, dated Nov. 19th, states that the grading en the U. N. railroad was being pushed forward with A vigor. between Smithficld and Franklin. Mr. Samuel Bradshaw, of Virgin City, says that last March, he rjlantpd omp Early Rose potatoes. They flousished well, and by the middle of July the yield, although not large, were of good size and fine quality. The Sheridan Mill Smelting Company, West Jordan, are having two large smelting furnaces constructed. From this morning's Herald: Mr. E. L. Sloan writes from Humboldt that the narrow gnage railroad from Palisade to Pioche is to be put under construction immediately. John Epeley, Superintendent of the Miller Mine, American Fork, reports a new and rich discovery in the lower levels of the mine. Hon. W. M. Carey, U. S. Dist. Att'y for Utah, left for the East on Sunday morning, to be absent a few weeks on business. The concert at the Tabernacle last night was a grand success. A crowded house, excellent performance and gener The concert will be re. al satisfaction. peated Thursday afternoon. A new Bociety, called the Cold Water Boys of Utah No. 1, was organized last evening in Salt Lane. From the Tribune: A few trade dollars have reached Salt Lake. Julian Bausman, who has returned from his surveys on the Weber and Bear rivers, found that country full of coal, and says that the veins are inexhausti ble. Mr. S. II. Gilson, of Nephi, has in vented a cotton cultivator, for a patent of which he has made application. Mrs. Graves, who was kicked last week by a horse and severely injured, as no ticed by us at the time, is said to be be yond recovery. L President of the Pacific Steamship Navigation Company, will arrive in this otj from San Francisco this 'evening ia special car, and start for New York tie morning. The failure of Jay Cooke & Co. was supposed to have seri ously compromised the credit of the Urapany in which that fi interested. Under the management of forBradbury, however, the stock has ot only maintained ill full value, but ttmmands a premium in ail the money 'oi tue bat, h, esgerly sought An action asraiost a dentist for ana is considered "gilt edged." pulling the wrong tooth, came before a Keene. N. II. court the other day. AmMrr To Kitx.-- As Mrs. Alice Lovell,' be- the Union Tha . . . ' . . rnlaintiff. . . B0 Passenger train left Weber last ing unatoidably absent by reason oi havinar died, her interests were rep ""day afternoon an individual, who occupied . resented by her husband, who assert - .:,u car, was asiceu. ior j. ' cket or his me fare, which he refused ed that his lamented spouse gave W. Dr. special I. Russell, r dentist, j.De conductor ordered him eut, directions to duu certain teeth, ana refusal , - lLTLU ck, brakesman US6 sttemn, ZL.nlledr jWTiei t C to , toeo-Mr.Jo- not to molest certain other teeth, but he niada a clean gween of one jaw and was raDidlv harvestinz the crop Vi0lence' in ca8 tk' in the other, when Mrs. Lovell re- acit and thecon- covered from the anaesthetic and shut her mouth. The suit was for olver and fired. 5,000 damages, but the jury, coni at pants sidering that it mifrht have been a mere misunderstanding on the den-wouldtist's part, and that the plaintiff was dead, thought ifUO about rijut. .v. iothe So No NOTICE. LUNCHEON. War Feeling anions Congressmen. ALBERT CRAY. Till Robbery in the Indian UOX TOX SALOON, Nation. Hal fitted up a neat AT LUNCH STAND, Also ft Private Iloom for Company. AMERICAN. - Waehineton.23. o'clock. The subject, "Enchanted Land" The is everywhere Spanish qsestion who as to are all is of deep interest yet uiscusseu witn more calmness tnan lust on informed the region week, and the impression seems to preonly partially comprising the Big Horn and Yellow vail at a greater exteut than heretofore We expect to see a that there will be no war between the stone countries. good audience. BAZAR. TUK OODEN STORE. OLP DOLLAR ST. fKNTRB OF MAIN BY TELEGRAPH. HIKE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BOVOHT THE L xtii k of goods ot ths lats ftrm of Perry A l'l iulicit, will continue the butiuesa of the WMER10WCO, y CLOsiisra out A Bargain d30-2i- t. ! u 33xxilca.ln.gr, The patronage of the publio and especially that of the late firm ia solicited. SEW GOODS, a USX IlECEIVED. The Rest and Cheapest ' , i , CALL A8 GROCERIES INSPECT. JOHN BOYLE. ........ JOSEPH C. GRAHAM, - Ogden. Fifth Street, INVITE3 AND GROCERY. 1113 UTAH. Imported Furniture ever offered in this city. JAS. L. HORROCKS, TO - OGDEN, The most Competent Druggist in the Territory will attend to the jireparation of JLeilicines. ATTENTION of E.XTKNSIVK STOCK EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, PRICES. ; : , PAKPE & BOESSEL NEW AND lROVISIOXS, CIIEArER THAN THE CHEAPEST. FASHIONABLE DRESS-kV- I A n E. BROW, New Are constantly kept on hand and offered for sale at FAMILY tl!3 TO UI8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, THE LOWEST AS REMOVED FURNITURE Groceries, ami Fancy Goods, AT LOW FIGURES! NEW BUILDING II lHt Lunch from 10 cts. lo 50 el. The very besl Ales, Porters and Cigars. United States and Spain. The Spanish ministry continues friendly, and a disposition is manifested to act in all matters in controversy in such a way as will preserve peace between the two nations. ABB The only important communications received from Madrid was by the Spanish Minister, Admiral Polo, who communicated the contents to Secretary Fish. The Spanish government contradicts THEIR PRESEKT the report of any hostile manifestations the American Minister, and says against (bat Gen. Sickles is treated with considSTOCK OF GOODS eration and respect, and that some inoionarch-iaof l temperance language of the press was promptly silenced by the threat of immediate punishment, During an interview with a prominent PREPARATORY TO Senator, President Grant is said to have used the following language: "When government makes every preparation for an aggressive or defensive policy, fits out its navy and does everything to make that army effective up to the limit INTO THEIR of calling for troops, you ean put whatever coustruction you please on such activity. If we are to judge of such movements, as a civilian, I should say they were warlike. I do not remember any thing of the kind having been done in this country which was the preface to peace or satisfactory for our offended honor, lo far I believe our history susir voa want tains me in the assertion.. If my message to Congress does not convey this ' idea, it will be because I forgot the words in which to express it." Thus far a large majority of the Con gressmen who have arrived are opposed to the idea. of war. Nearly all report that the people iri their districts have no T. M. D. desire to return to war, taxation and war prices. Commercial men of standing in AND OCSTETSICIAN New York have made a strong protest PIIYSICIAN.SHBGKON of Va., (irmluiU uf Richmond AltoMedical College, Va., Resident l'hjsi-ciarunning the country into war. and Surgeon to College Hospital; Fellow of gether there is much more conservative Va. Medical Society. than After a number of years practical acquaintance feeling here on the subject Diseases wittt of the Eastern and W estern the at any time siuce the trouble began. and States has located at Territories Correspondents say that some of the Ogden City, and promises firat classpermanently service, upon warlike dispatches sent from asnington the latest and most improved methods of Alloto the press have been instigated by offi pathic Treatment in all departments of cials whose positions ought to place them Slediclne, Surgery and Midabove suspicion of desiring to add to the wifery. excitement timply to biing themselves ' The patronage of the public is respectfully into notiee. Two very noticable instan solicited. ces of this kind have occured during the Oltlce and Residence, Slain Street. tf past week, the principals in each being official in positions. prominent gentlemen The one desiring to have a long mtei- view prepared and telegraphed on the ground that he had not as yet received proper prominence, and tue otner on tue ground that the duties he was attending to had not received the attention he de- Fourth JOHN BOYLE l'io-ne- All persons knowing themDrug Store. selves to lie indebted to the late tirm are requested to settle their accounts without delav. JAMES L. 110KKOCKS. October SOth, WATCHMAKERS KING. - Fifth Street, IS PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE Ogden. ALL KINDS Watches, Clocks, JEWELRY, fLATEJJ of FASHIONABLE S IL VER WARE; NEEDLE-WOR- J. L. ROOMS - UI STAIRS IIOLTIIER, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Fifth Street, Ooden, JIalf a Block West AND .' ..K,Jj J Ammunition. of Main Street. Cloth ing Cleaned and Repaired. , i Guns, Pistols, :i d-- 2 Good Workmanship Guaranteed. C CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. for ladies and children. RECEPTION JEAYELERS, STIIKET, OCDEN. GRAHAM, - & i ;t Repairing Xcatly Executed. 183-lm CHOICB M CARTRIDGES. GUN NEEDLE BUTCHER SHOP. treat and CI(URS In TOBACCOS ' ' variety. m-l- f Street, Ogden. rsew ' f 10VK, ZiBARNARD WHITE'S OPPOSITE The Republican Central Committee LUMBER YARD. ' . j , se and adopted a ries of met resolutions declaring the capture of the "Virainius and the laughter ot her rrime Beef, Mutton, Etc., crew an outrage, and demanding speedy Good Cuts and Low Prices. redress and security against a repetito all tion extending sympathy people struggling for freedom, but declaring that if Spain is in earnest in ner design to establish a Republic she will liberate the slaves in her Territories, and give the people of Cuba a Government of their own choice; concluding with a RLIVERED IS AN QUANTITY TO ANY confidence in resolution expressing ipart of town. the administration to uphold the honor of the Government in this matter. $7.00. By the ton at the cars, The Herald's special from Washington - - S8.UU. " " delivered, our deBays the Spanish objections of mands are as follows: First, That" the Special Batrs by the Car load, "Virrinius" was not an American ship, as she was owned by Cuban and regis SANFORD BINGHAM, JR. J tered in tha name of Patterson, residing Office at U. P. Freight house in New York; second, She has forfeited even this false registering, by subsequent eales to other parties; third, That she has frequently sniled during the past two years under the flags of other countries; four, That General Ryan was Opposite Union Depot. not a citizen of the Lnited btates; hub, TlfKALSoOC. BOARD 2 PB DAY. FIK3T- ' That the "Virginius" at the time of cap- XTJ Class accommodations. ture, was engaged in an unlawful expeGood JOHN dition against a friendly power. liWSHTOL, Presiding. , M. II. BEARDKLEY, Proprietor, j d49tft FOREIGN. 24. London, ! Tin nffPnt. nf the Associated Press here ia mithnriipd br Minister Sickles, to say tnat there is no foundation for the W. S. HEAD report published in JMew iom on me 21st, to the effect that he, Sickles, had for T the TAS REMOVED HIS BOOT AND SHOE EUOP broken off social relations with to T. H. Webster's old staDd, . an XI he and that expressed eign ministers, nnininn that, war is inevitable. The A Jkw doors Sovth of the Utah Hotel. between official and personal relations az L .i n f. and tue apamsu om- Minister Sickles .ioU nrn nnnhftmrrid. and Sickles ha8 not of expressed an opinion as to the result the pending question. City Drug Store. . ht MAIN ST., OGDEN, Wm. COALVILLE GOAL. WINES, WHISKIES,; , - Turps, Varnishes, GitooEitri-s; ; ' ' ToilerArtlcles HMfi ; 1: 1:4 OON8TANTLT :;...! : ::i t non.l Villp.l Hravson. bv hanging, to force him to disclose the place where his money way lad. liODDeries am ders are increasing in the Territory since the marshal's forces have been withdrawn, and the trees law seems powerless. THE of Entertainment ' " tiiii .! I' r. '.J; a i ... Eligibly Situated, AKD Corner Wall and Sixth Street, WITS XEAR U. 5 TV. ,l. WIIITEPOE uul'U'- and Suingleg, , THOMSON, UPHOLSTERY. rmr nPlvrHF.lt flARRTED ON RT I the subscriber. Workshop orer the Post Office. Entrance by the alley between V. nooa mansee sand the Post uroce THOMAS WILStOS. Eeft. 3rd, 18T3. of tbo best quality . . j IIiiikI In Always Xjirtf o Quautiiicki. 011 OGDEN. att its P. FREICDT DErOT. Lumber, a Wick. Bineham; John C Reed, do; John Kendati, Corinne; J Kirkendall, Miseoula, M T; J C Kosent. hall, Cincinnati, 0; W Budtm, do. a LUMBERYARD, CO For particulars apply to Nov. 24th. 1873. W S Hudsin, Virginia; M Hannagan, W Gra-hado; M Williams, New York; J H Phillips, do; P F Pnrinnfi! F B Scott, Carline; S E Clark, Wash; W U P Gleason, do; B R Knox, Allen, L Telegraph; Jos Gumey, do; Watson, Wm Mill, do; C Lawton, J Omaha; r ir..,t &q EXCELLENT ACC03LM01UTI0XS, Propr. t"J 14 IN OCDEN CITY. Hotel Arrivals. BEARDSLEY HOUSE. " ' , THE CITY DRUG STORE! UTAH HOTEL, - J Prescriptions Accurately Prepared. .. The Finest House c ha IIANB.! OR Creek -- i Fine Stock of Perfumery and TO RENT. .T GINS, : : RBMOYSD. Waller firnvson. a wealthy lirincr near here, in the Indian of Territory, was robbed, last Friday,wuu over $ 30,000 in coin, Dy a Danu ! FINE COGAO BRANNY, Case Goods, ;.m FalnlN. Oils, jl U, i Bar Attached. II. Bbahdslet ' PURE BEARDSLEY HOUSE, M. Dealer tn t . rmur l'rp. , K iJ a s, Patent Medicines D l iirsoDB. rvuu.. DKIVEK, 0 The Cheapest in Town. CALL AND SEE. W. 1). VILLIAJIS.