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' v lS- - . . 4.00 DIRECTORY. n.THE - , 50. BTo. PUBLIC I UTAH, FIUDAY, SOVEJIBEK :iirow'c-- BY TELEGAltPU Important from Spain. Gen. Sickles Delivers Our Ultimatum to President Castellar No Answer Yet. j iOS" nTKKY j. Proprietors. Carroll, WW. nd. IK ' STABLKS. Oiwr K JR nm. 7.40 a.m. f. 40 p.m. . (.30 " cl03Ut8. the ikand fc.raSSttr n",e7j' 5 ' ' 6.00 p ru. County, . Thursdays and 4,30 ,,m. 2MI o. 7.30 ajn Todays Mundavsaud Thursdays . a.ra. T.OO B.cU place for SL JrlJS pja. 6.20 p.m. 8.40 a.m. daily I 3.U0 teITWedaysd T p.m. MWS'. 0nfrem8a.m.to3p.!u. 9 8 p Postmaster. jn-1- jjl, Onidel)ooropeogEiiu Trains - - 'CP. train arrives , " tr , leaves h r. Ec. train arrives and " leaves and ,'..'. p. 7.40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.50 a.m. - - " H - - - "v - " 7.50 .." 8.40 a.m. a.m-6.4- p.m. '' 6.20 a.m. ' gait Lake City Time. , lj. Serriccs Religions Taherniutle. ! n V ud in the 2nd Ward School-and Third Farley's School-hous- e o n a.iu.miu 11 at Etiwpsltnurcn I.'... Washington, 2G. As it is not customary lor governments to publicly make known, unless by competent authority, the progress of negotiations, it can therefore be said the statements regarding tlie alleged agree ment between Spain and the United States are, to eay the least, premature. It is known thut our Gewnnient has protested to Spain against the seizure of the "Virginius," while flying the American flag, and the summary execution of a number of persons captured, notwithstanding the efforts of our to secure delay in order that our Government might be heard before judg The conduct of ment be pronounced. and that of the the Spanish authorities at Santiago de Cuba, was contrary not only to international law, but against the comity which should always exist among civilized and friendly nations. - The stay of further executions at Santiago de Cuba, by order of the Castelar Government, placed the case in a condition for settlement. This Government has already shown the Spanish Government, or assumed that the "Virginius," having a U. S. register and carrying a U. S. flag, vr&sprima facie, that she was an American vessel; at . least this character was attached to her at the time of the seizure; and hence; the United States, in the absence of proof that (he ownership resided in some foreign Government, was bound to protect the flag she carried. The Spanish government has been offered an opportunity to make a proper explanation on these points, and justify the conduo of those:actiag under itsau-thoritThe nationality of the vessel being settled the remaining points will be comparatively easy of solulion; and these conclude the nationally of the Captives. If it should be determined that the "Virginius" was an. American vessel in the sense that shielded her from capture, her surrender would follow as a matter of course and the firing of a salate to our flag wonld not be a severe draft on the Spanish pride. A desurrender of the surviving mand for-th-e and screw and for a suitable indemnity for the benefit of the families of those slain at Santiago de Cuba, would depend on the contingency and facts of the entire question:: i If such a- - demand were made it could not certainly include the families of those of a nationality ' other than ours. delivered now has before capSpain tured American vessels to their owners, through the intervention of the United Spates government after long delays, the contests always being as to the lawfulness of their transactions ; and our government has for many years been engaged in procuring the release, from time to time, of American citizens unjustly imprisoned or deprived of .their property in the island of Cuba, while insisting upon respect to the United States flag and the tight to navigate the great highway of nations, without the exercise of search or molestation. In repeated cases an indemnity has been claimed for the families of those cruelly and unjustifiably put to death, the latter cases of this kind being those of Speakman and Wyott,who several years ago were executed at Santiago de Cuba. While it can be repeated and the Spanish cabinet still manifests a disposition to do whatever their honor will warrant, and while the United States asks nothing more than the mere facts of the present controversy may justify, there is aa yet no such condition of affairs as will authorize the statement that a conclusion has been reached placing beyond doubt a surrender of the "Virginius." Whatever agreement Admiral Polo may have made with Secretary Fish, will depend for ratification on the Spanish cabinet, wht, as expressed by several gentlemen in high public positions, will well consider the effect of their action with the painful appreciation of the political and military embarrassment with which they have to deal at borne, irrespective of the condition of . affairs in Cuba. , : The following dispatch has just arrived in cypher from a N. Y. Herald correspondent in Madrid : The situation is a grave one. On the 19th Gen. Sickles, by order of President Grant, delivered hia formal ultimatum to President Castelar, demanding prompt and vigorous reparation for the insult to the U. S. flag, the restoration of the "Virginius," release of the surviving prisoners, an indemnity to the families of the murdered, and the punishment of the j murderers, and also a guarantee against future outrages in Cuba. The demand was couched in a kind, sympathetic tone, but no alternative was given. Gen. Sickles was also instructed to say that if Castelar did not comply with the demand in a week he should ask his passport and leave Madrid with the legation. The time expires and no answer has been received. Everything at the legation is packed up ready for immediate departure. Sickles has no hope that the ultimation will be complied with, and telegraphed to Paris, yesterday, to have all his official correspondence that might be there, kept for a few days. Gen. Sickles, in a conversation, says he doca not see how war can , . ; man-of-wa- r, OKDER DKl'ARlMfcNT. MONEY AMERICAN. vice-cons- 11.30 a.iu office H9tn?s. Wm. to 6.30 p.m. - ' ' 840,a jlliruub" ' - . k nL ooi! and I y. ' " tl30p.m. LAKE CITY. SALT OF " SATIOA'AL liAXK I1EI I ' 200,000 Paid lp Capital, 'Authorized , 1,000,000 ' frtstitent,') t k A HOOFER,' '$ KLDREDGE, Vice Prest. JWflHAStOUNO, :!.' ' 1 II. 8. id " WJULVXIXOS, JOBSiKAttP, ,.. ''i J.lUTTIiE, L 8. HIIU, Cashier. Hk Exchange, Directors. . i S . t' pjis-enger- - OoldDnst, College Scrip, Coin, made and promptly remitted. fctchange for Sale. Interest Paid on in. Collectioni Fssign hup d53-l- y Deiyniis. FAR60 & CO., IELLS, FOB WARDERS, Bankers and Dealers EXPRESS Ii and Foreiga Domestio Exchange. OFFICE CSIOS JUNCTION K. R. DEPOT. ten, U.I. J. K. DOOLY, , WtfA-- Agent. ATTORN . Mm EY-dt-LA- W nr.npv nTTv tt m U9i Jbsctiok Balding. jj M j-- tf j. It'SIAllTliviI! AX?. Hfiranlie amt rivil Engineer, Logan, Cache Co. Ittd-in- Mining Claims surveyed.' " A. SffiVER, ATTnRxrrv c nnrnTnTr w at Residence 2nd South " M lepl business RICAN "T. CLASH KkEart(rfth h- -J promptly Street, attended if HOTEL, nmu"r Tiiror. - Theatre; LAKE t 3.00 SALT ner da v. a lable Board at T. - CITY Reascnable Rates. . TT lUsi.n ' -1 a. Wsutw r?ES 4"" A rropnetor. uu.ix.jii, ' t Co. and J. 4 J.Sprnance, tttal Dealers in f AND ' L murine 'roilt "reet, San Francisco. ,1 a ; . .... . 2 e ERAND . "Jj done and all JEWELER, .i , y r11163 Supplied ViifMtte ""g Town, will bs - PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, I TfRS5? H. O II. VOL,. CIIAS. SELL5 THE llailroatl. Cliarming ; TRAINS RUN BETWEEN i87a, CORINNE, Junction t. MIXED tf h RAIIiROAD. Cars. No i ' Oeu. Supt., Chicago. tt6-t- t r Geo. Pass. Agt., Chicago. JAS. CrtARTON, A Generous Landlord. , have sometimes thought that there is something in the ownership of real estate which makes men hard and sharp.' Perhaps it is the taxes, or the insurance premiums, or the tenants who commit strip and waste, or do not pay up promptly. 'But landwhen we hear of a he should name feel his that lord, we blazoned in these columns. Only in this case we do not know his name. But he lives in Chicopee, Mass., and they know it there. When he heard of the reduction of wages in the manufactories, he at onccj reduced the It isn't rent of his tenants intimated that he is insane; and we are willing to believe that he is preempting one of the ''many mansions" which are more desirable than the choicest corner lots or brown-stonfronts in this transitory world. i AVe . Weatinghouse Safety Brake. Pullmau'a Palace Day and Dining Cars. TO , f. e 2STo. . 3. ATLANTIC EXFRKUS STATIONS. MAIL. 8.20 a.m 6.35 p. in Leave OGDKN 1.30 p.m. 6.80 a.m Leave OMAHA 5.00 a.m. 8.40 p.ru BURLINGTON . Galoeburg, (C. B. 4 Q.) 7.00 a.m. 10.50 p.ru ! 11.15 a.m. 8.22 a.m Mendota ' i; 8.15 p.m. 7.00 a.m Chicago 9.00 a.m. 12.50 a.m 5.45 p.m. 10.30 a.ai '." Iud'plis (I. B. W.) M 9.50 pjn. 4.00 p.m Cincinnati " " Logansp't(T.P.4 W.) 5.55 p.m. 9.20 a.m 2.45 a.m. 6.20 p.m. Columbus Cars from Missouri River to ,Stsr- - Through Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincisxatti, Logamsfort, .. and CoLUMBiis. ! Connections at those points with lines leading to the East, North and South. This is the Beet, Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Route. Do not be deceived, but obtain Tickets via the Buhmxotoii A Missouri Rivek Railroad. C. E. PERKINS, A. E. TOUZALIN, Gen'l Sup't flen'l Pass. Agent. - Janl7 72tf The Emperor "William is again said to be failing rapidly. He eats very irregularly, and lias a mania for getting up suddenly at all hours of the , Digit. HEMOVBD. J. TSsilt WARREN KUSSEV Oldest Banking Institution in Utah. Iktebest Allowed ok Time Deposits. Collections Promptly attended to. tll55-t- PUR8PS! f PUMPS! VOX JVBILANTE! AND Reduced Rates to Excursion Tarties. Vox Humana Passengers will pleaae Purchase their Tickets al the Offices. For all information concerning Freight or Passage, apply to CIIAS. NIBLEY, General Freight and Ticket Agent. d7I-t- " f MOSES THATCHER, General Supt. ALIA V AND ! FIRST PRIZE At Every Fair ! SALES UNEQUALLED. ROUTE EAST. Hie Qiily Line Running Through Cars from ST. LOUIS TO Sew York, Chicago, Cincinnati Louisville Full IJne of, Musical . Instruments at the Lowest and Figures. Just call and see. A CHAS. W. STAYNER, " WITHOUT CHANGS. i FOUR TRAINS DAILYt 7:45 A. With Palace Car through to New York, Chicago, Cincinnati or Louisville Daily except Buuduy. ... .. .. For all Way Stations 5:15 Daily eieapt Sunday. pnc. ast P. ; .With through Sleeping Saturday f'i TOYS, IN ST. ' St., di-- ' TUB F. M. COLBURN, THOS. DORWTN, Ticket Ag't, St. Louis. West'n Pass. Ag't,8t.Loull JNO. E. SIMPSON, CHAS. E. FOLLETT, Gen. Supt.,Indiauapolis. Gen. Paas. Agt.,St.Lonis GREATEST : V1UIXT1 PUM DOME-MADJ- i, FMSIL AND I - l I TAYLOR'S HOTEL 0.1 IHI West Side East Temple Street, SALT , IMPORTED ALL VARIETIES. CITY. HiA-IC- Board by the Day or Week. 82fRooms with or without Board. "&8 lOOtf CAN1)Y, ' ECROPIAK PLAIf, . Taylor A Cutler, Proprietors. : Candy Cheap ! Candy Cheaper! Candy Cheapest ' ... i TRIBE'S. ... r '!,: ' 'ti-'- ! ! ; l cfAETBir.! ' "1; Wholesale , and . Eetail, , CANNED GOODS, NUTS, CANDIES, , CANDY, tf Where can bo found : etc. Don't pass the London Bakery without a call. . ICE CREAM ' AX CITY LICENSES. '' ill Daily excopt Fourth St., ". 100St .LOUIS. Cor. Chestnut Ticket Office, R E! If "i .... Car it STO TOY Express. M.-Chi- cago ! Confectionery ' P. M.-F- GATE GOLDEN P, MAIN STREET, OGDEN. To all whom it may concern. ' " O IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT D. 31. STUART NOTICE I'ORSALK XHK HKST AND CHEAP engaged in Business in MONITOR HAS GAINED A KEEPS FORCE and I.II'T Ogden City, fer wnich the City Ordi- TnE No higher encomium can be Pawells. shallow or Also, PUMl'f fr deep bestowed be must Upon a Cooking Stove than to say that license a that nances provide suitaMe with Well riv for tent Points Pump, who usea it sneaks in its praise every house-wifobtained,) without first procuring a and recommends it to her eighlj.rs and friends, iron piping. Pumps repaired and fitted upon reasonable terms, at WorKsliop, TUulMjf Olllee, license are liable to be taken before any for economy, cleanliness and reliability in all its W2-t- f Ogden, Alderman of said City, and be subjected to a Fine. 81,314 MONITORS XOW 15 USE. GROVE BREWERY, By order of the City Council, J. HERRICK, Mayor. ALSO, TBI CILE&ATED JONES' GROVE, OODEN. JAMES LESTER TAYLOR, City Recerder. o SAXTA CLAUS COOKIXC STOVE, OIEce of the City Recorder is al JTorter The and Ale Beer, Lager the City Hall, Fifth Street, Ogden. quality, Manof Superiorand For Coal and Wood, Office Ho'irt frori 10 . n. UU 5 p. supplied ufactured g ' JOHN FOWLEB, Agent for Ogden. Express. 3L--D- ay ; MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITT. BAKERY lOIDOJf " Next II. " PRESIDENT. ANTHONY GODliE, CASHIER. Leave Corinne at 12:00 noon. Leave Loguu at 7:30 a.m.; ; to couuect with trains for Ogden and Salt Lake- has removed the FRESH BREAD, . CAKES, Iiakc City. and after Oct. 1st, 1873, Daily Tassengcr Trains '. H. STINGER door to G. FIRST xATI0XAL BAXK OF LTAU WITH On Gilo - ! , .ORGA.3STS 1ST With Pullman's Palace Sleeping Car through to New York, Cincinnati or Louisville Dally , ., i except Saturday, .; . . THE EAST. NORTH AND SOUTHEAST. ... O 3r A. Xj ,; 3:30 wmm Rim soft-heart- one-hal- TIME TABLE . ES TEY wither .R.R., ' TRAINS ! STMH, W, UTAH NORTHERN ID. MOITIAY, kJ 2 r or . if , 2SlS73. be avoided, as Cas'elar can give no assurance that the order will be obeyed in CENTRAL Cuba. Publio feeling is also opposed to concessions. Unless Castelar responds -- L X Xj this evening General Sickles leaves im'. , , mediately. PIOXEER LINE OF UTAH. All American ships in the Mcditerra nean have been ordered to Key West. 1 . ON AND AFTER" In event of General Sickles leaving, the IVOV. zs, British minister will probably protect the archives and American residents. President Castelar is pers nally anxious Traini will leava daily at 5.40 a.m., and to accept the British minister's good 6.2op.m. Arrive at Ogden bait Lake City at 10.10 a.m. offices, to effect a compromise, but there and.ts.'l p.m. Leave Salt Lake City dally at C 00 a.m. and 3.10 p.m. is no hope The Norfolk Navy Yard presents a Arrive at OgdcB at 7.&0 a.m. and b.H) pju. scene of bustle and activity not surpassIn addltfon to the above, ed (since the war. In case of hostilities it will be an important station, being WILL RTJ5 the nearest Navy Yard of consequence, to the West India Islands. Preparations DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) are making for emergencies, and vessels & 8.30 p.m. 6 loaded with coal and timber are daily Leaving Ogden City at a.m and arriving. The work on the "Galena" Salt Lake City at 8.30 a.m.and 5.05. p.m. and the new sloop of war are being rap' ahead. understood is It win the Passenger idly pushed please pnrchase their tickets at number of workmen will ba largely in- the offices. Fifty cents additional will lie charged creased on the 1st of Docember, A care- when tUo fare is collected on the train. ful inspection of the forts has been made For all information concerning Freight or Pasand the weak points are being strength- sage, applv to JAMES SnABP, ened. The Rip Raps and Fort Wool can tieu'l Ticket and Freight Agent. be put in a state of defense iu ten days. JOHN SHARP, These and a judicious distribution of SUPERINTENDENT. torpedoes will protect the harbor. Th e present force in the machine shop at the fort is busy altering and improving ALTON CHICAGO fifteen inch gun carriages for the south. coast works. ' ern rilHE ONLY FlItST CLASS ROAD IN THE JL West. See clarification of KaJlroada by FOREIGN. Board of Railroad Coninuaaionars. , i , , t ; ' London, 26. of Cliaiigfo best route between A dispatch from Madrid says the North And the qnickeirtand German squadron were, on Tuesday last, St. Louis shortest, and Chicago, Kansas City and Chicago, formed iu line of battle before Carta- Chicago and Jefferson City, St. Louis and Pekin St. Louis and St. Paul, and St. Louis and gena, to enforce the demands upon the and Peoria, Quiucy and Burlington. " of restoration 25,000 insurgents for the ELEGAXT DAT CARS, peselas which had .been extorted from and Pullman Palaee Sleeping, Dining and Smoking German subjects in the city, Upon no- Cars run through without cliange, between Chicatice that a refusal would be followed by go and St. JiOiiis, and Chicago and Kansas City. The only liue running these Cars between Chibombardment, the insurgents paid the cago and" St. Louis, and running both Palace, money. Sleeping and Diuing pars between Chicago and Kansas City, and Palace Sleeping Cars between St. Madrid, 26., The Jraldan newspaper justifies the Louis and St. Paul, via Quiucy and Burlington. DNE HOUR FASTER TIME execution of the "Virginius" enptives, and cites as a precedent for the action of Between Chicago and St, Louis, and one honrand a half faster time between Chicage and Kanthe Spanish authorities, the circular sas City than by opposition route. issued by the U. ,S. Government during FRANK nixm, Western Traveling Agent, the civil war declarftig confederate priKansas City, Mo. r ' J. C. McMTJIXIN, vateers pirates. liTAII jSl V l! HOB A 1VATEH. pastry of all kinds; ;; Cakes Ornamented to . ' Order, KOTICB. e SHORT ON WEDDING CAKES ! A SPECIALTY. ' a i to families and ; , tlie Trade Orders Timet aally Attended to. A Beautiful Grove for Pleasure and . Pic-ni- c Parties, also the GEORGE - - V. TURNER, (Late C, B. McGregor Fifth Street, Which has such a Demand through the Territory, for Beauty and Excelence, cannot ba & : Co.), - - - Ogden. Books, Periodicals, Mag- azines, Pictures, Albums, Stationery, &c. r surpassed. All our Stoves are kept and for sale by Z. C. M. I-and all its Branch Stores. Also by all the Stores in the Tor ritory. S0-6- (tltl-3i- nj -- KELSOX, Fifth Street . . . Ogden. r di-t- GEO. A. I'ltlXCE & CO. Organs&Melodcoits The Oldest, Largest, anil Most Perfect Manutae in the United Sute.i. ST0BE. C IGARS ASI TOBACCO. FINEST DANCING HALL IN OGDEN, are connected with the Brewery and T COLCLOUGH IT A OPENED A NEW STORE Wall Papers of the Best Patterns. f) . on Fourth Street with a f nil supply of Tuys, cm be obtained, with or without MuCrockfry, Preserving JarK. Fruit, Vegetables and . sis, on application tu Futiifriptions takm for all the Papers of the day Provii'oiis of the bei-- t quality. and Westero. Eastern Local, CALL AND SEE HIM. 'iIEROLJJ, HOT & Co., K rj?"Cash paid for Egss and Chickens lui p 221 6n . J. II. 52,0 0 0 Now in use. No other Musical Instrument ever ol.uJneJ same popularity. B7i iil-oi- ?t ud fur Price Lisis. AJdicss EO'i'ALO, N.l .