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are informed o...,,vnP1.iK.-)- Ve is removed earth of that about ten tons our city daily," and from ilia ttreels of distributed in different places, without the consent or direction of the Road and Supervisor. This is clearly illegal, manin soil this the remove who those I ner, are liable to prosecution. Brigham City,' during the past summer, has been without a school of the kind to meet tho wants of i he public and the desires of the local This winter, however, they authorities. have secured the services of Prof. T. S. Lewis who, with lbe sssistance of a lady and gentleman of talent, Is conducting a high school in a manner highly gratifying to lovers of learning. The school is full In all departments, being divided into three grades,' and it is pleasiug to see the enthusiasm of the pupils who like the school and desire to make Prof. Lewis has had BDeedv crozress. considerable experience in teaching and is favorably remembered at Kaysville where he taught for ;three , years with ' great sucooss. We visited his school at Urizbam City recently, but have not been able until now to notice it in our columns. We congratulate the "Queen City of the ) North" on its educational prospects. Scholastic lid Bi """" d70-l- r1ank forms for tlf t- r- . TlASSPO"1'" propol ' .f JJaVotah cn b. fead f4'' M"1' upon office ;he flotrTermaster's ForK jlrttf n- - go John W.Young and J. nvr the v Of"'''' '' Northern road yesterday, the ! :.u... a noint beyond thiid..f Eliza. R. Sisiers , Tomokrow Niqht The Dramatic Company will present Ogden jBeliefSocietyofMarriotteettleroent to morrow romantic and popu the night House, on entitled drama .'Theresa, or the lar' at eleteno clock a. aod the .tb, Maiden's Vow," ' w.;riville on Thursday the . tt 8us:b." in two acts, "Back-Eye- d play at and Z .i tU game hour, whose S. Mr. J. popularity i Lindsay,, the 19th inst., at Jul. City on Friday in the will appear constantly increasing, lieisme hour. character of the Surgent iu the first' play and in the principal role in the secSPe Geo. Whitehead's ond. The east in both pieces is strong Advertisement. and well selected. .Mrs. G. J. Wright, Siuir Society-: ,- - Thiatbs ". Vminff Will BUM 1DU -- - who has become deservedly a great fa-A lady vorite with Ogden audienoes,' Misses Tkachke.School a t -- u tassenzer on the train from Bowring, Taylor, and Mrs. S. A. Jest lost a will also take prominent parts. The te East yesterday afternoon, It is theatre will be well heated and all the Uadsome reticule on the way. 1 . AH A. been sioien. nui.B arrangements necessary to contribute to ,pposed to ha content were w,w ia the comfort of the audience that may atin to a introduction gentleman tend the performance, have been made Inters of -- 1...J.J n. I f!..-- . with due regard to the necessities of the Wtlake tity. tine naa jusi. muuuc . i tr ivanteaoner in as school occasion. The programme is an excelB engagement was a from reticule the present lent one, and should call out a large miid audience. and a first-clalatckjlws. Tj.t ... . . 1 HA iu. ss THl OGDEN BAZAR. OLD DOLLAR STOKE. HOIICir HOLIDAY GOODS ! GOODS! . OF MAIN ST. COTEE I msamm direct from Europe fflWfflUSMCIES, NEW YEARS NOTIONS UXU CLAUS' HEAD QUARTERS. FRED. A. . SHIELLS. Grand Jury of indictment against William Thomson for larceny. J. Miller and C. Monroe, indicted for Feobati CouRT.--Th- relumed He this true bill a of grand larceny, were ed and their plea will be entered f " afternoon. : ,r- crime An ippeal ease from the Peiee, at Eden, was on to plaintiff, Justice o f the Lewis, complains of the non- Mlmtnt of a contract oh the part of Wa. Eccles Defendant. The amount JSTolred trial. is $100. From yesterday's Condensations. Newt : One inebriate, two knights of the pugilistic ring, and one vagrant," Were the cases disposed of yesterday at the police court. At a meeting of theSalttake bar,resolu-tion- s of respeot to the memory of James M. Carter, were adopted. Yesterday afternoon an Indian woman of the town, fired several shots in her room, some of which went through the wall into the street. Officer Burt tried to enter the room, when she presented a revolver at hiai, but he seized her hand and held it while bystanders bnrst open the door, and rushing into the room, seized her. She was then taken to jail. From this morning's Herald: The Government surveyors have completed plots of the land in Wasatch Co lying immediately north of the Uintah Indian reservation on Bear River, which ' s" " is now open for?entry.? The Jlerald contains a communication . from Oakland, Cal., who warns pie pub-li- o against a thief, Victor Duboce, with several aliases, who is trying to lure a respectable young lady from her parents. Hs operated some time ago in Salt Lake, and now turns up in California. A restaurant, before which was dis last played a basket of fresh Wednesday evening, suffered serious loss The by its mysterious disappearance. patrons of the establishment also experi enced sore disappointment, but it is some consolation to the proprietor that some wretch - received the benefit of the tempting inullusks. The snow sterm in Little Cottonwood having ceased, a sled road has been bro ken to Alta from the ' terminus of the narrow gunge, and teams are again bringing down quantities of ore. , The . fnneral of jHerace Myers, took place at his former home at Eureka, on the 2d insl. The corpse was in a good v: state of preservation. The richest and most extensive strike ever found in the Davenport mine, Little Cottonwood, was made last week. A miner caused a" general stampede last evening in a saloon, by threatening with a to put a ball through .rf-- the bar tender. From this morning's Tribune : Chief Quartermaster of the Depart ment of Dakota, advertises this morning for proposals for the transportation f military supplies on two important roads. The Cotnstocks, particularly the Vir ginia end, show a decided rise in the San Francisco mining share markets. Ophir takes the lead, having advanced ', .Iwouth Bloaters FlneXew a at G. H. Tribe's. Try them. ' Sir." John Ppesist. Mc- - train dispatcher of the North ern railroad at Desmoines, Iowa, a wuiji ago, received by express from Cermick, Men, a box which rrted to be contained what valuable hlnnil.il Dur- - or, in. to tat was opened, and one of the MMliest puppies thateanbe imagined preseuted to the gae of those-whM o . take a look, at what splendid specimen 'ncarnni speeies A collar made of anxious to rWted to be a Was r rn.H it. fagi.nerf il WM 10 Cached a tag, stating that animal came from Kam- Uj lue n.ing g aog J. and d d by everybody who glimpse of the creature, 'f "Precious Cn.T. A itTiK. james who is on his way to Oakland, e h. "'"'he , ' . i- - -...in a God-forsak- & if r, .Ltu w ,he emigrant train yesterday. navmg been robbedof book eontaining $78, on his 7- - Hiscaseisannnfnrt..n-- -. J" . ,a Md to be ' Whil west Wi.- an industrious mechanic, ; "resiea - . ', on a charge of Washington, IL?. The Senate met at noou." Vice President Wilson being absent, Anthony moved that Matthew A. Carpenter be elected pro Urn. President of the Senate. Stevenson nominated Allen G. Thurman. Allen and Stevenson were appointed tellers. The vote was by ballot and resulted, Carpenter 82, Thurman 16, blank 2; whole number of vtes cst, 48; necessary to a choice 23. Carpenter was escorted to the chair by T&urman, aud before taking hit seat, Baidj "'Senators,, please accept my grateful thanks." The usual order was niaJe directing the Secretaiy to uotiiy thtf president and Hous of the election of Carpenter. Sumner called up the bill introduced by huu on the first day of the session fur a substitution of compound interest for legal tender notes, aud addressed the iaeuate in favor thereof. He said we was for specie paymen at the earliest day, and would support any measure to bevure that end. bumner said inflation w tuu to' tmsiuess; contraction was the piopeT remedy. The substitution proposed by his bill, which was endorsed by prominent business men and leading papers east and west, was in the nature of contraction but without taking a dollar from the people. The present disordered curreney owed its origin to UougreeB. ' Ttie exigency of war has ceased, and Congress should improve the hnauoial condition. The bill was refer-l'e- u to me finance committee. Davis offered a resolution direetiug the Secretary of lb) Senate to turuish a hisiovy of all the back pay laws ever passed by Congress, including the details of tue amounts paid uuder them, etc. Gordon offered a series of resolutions prefixed by a lung preamble, reciting in substance that the abolition of the lrank-ln- g privilege had deprived agriculturists ot many valuable seeds and much interesting reading, for which deprivation Inhere bhould be uu importaut reduction of expenditures, and requesting the Postmaster General to report in detail wiiai reduction of expenses, if any, the said abolition had resulted in; Howe introduced a bill providing for the appeinimeut by the President, with tlie consent of the Senate, five commissions to investigate the alcoholic liquor traffio in its economy, criminal, moral and scientific aspects, in connection with pauperism, crime, vice, public health and the general welfare of the people; and who shall also inquire and take testimony as to the practice and results of licenses, restriction and prohibitory, and the legislation for the prevention of intemperance in the several States ot the Union; the commissioners to be appointed from civil life, irrespective ef political or partisun consideration, to hold office one year and serve without pay ' except for incidental expenses. The bill to authorize an organization of national banks without circulation, was taken up. Sherman explained that the bill did not confer any privilege except io allow the banks to assome the same as national banks, and expressed the hope that it would pass; but ufier a discussion it was laid over and the Senate went into exeoative session, and soon after adjourned The Navy department has completed all necessary arrangements providing for the reception from the Spanish forces, .n the Harbor of Havana, of the steamer 1,4Virginius" and for the transfer of the survivors at Santiago tie Cuba, from prison to the U. S. vessels of war, in accordance with the terms of the diplomatic i agreement. 1'he "Canandaigua," carrying len guns, and commanded by Captain Lowry will sail from New York to receive the for Havana prisoners at Santiago on the "Juniata." Kear Admiral Scott, at .ey nest will have the strongest naval force under his command that has been collected by the government since the termination of the ; ' ' war. FOREIGN s w Havana, SJ 1 kha! J V T u Ch&rg,preferred gai8t ""eu ior another WMiden'iasthereal "'"as honorably discharged, J lyr'n,embetbabarand tfju,uc,,madeupamo hem he I.W l7 ex- - n and gentleaan Uedwithhi'. loaned him to osk,and"atv;iehir fauuu - 519 per share. 1 The Cantata at th M. E. church, last evening, was witnessed by another large audience, and was eminently successful JAS. L. HORROCKS, THE 4I Haln St,' THEATER-OCEA- N FOIUS74. u Established less thaa two ver since a ra. NMBtativ Republican pledged t j maintain the principles and organization of the great National Republican bartv. the IxTXKK iis ha. altaiaeU a circulaUoa and inilueuce with the masses f iu Totem to entitle tt to approach the com- mencenieni oi a new calendar year, and to prepare for the preliniiuar work of the next camnaiini. tlw shadow of which is already casting liself upon the country, in the confidence that lis friends will need no other specific pledge ior the future than uu gives m its columns from day to day during the past eighteen months. Since iu flrt publication it has uaiataiued the IiUoB. of . THE LEADING; KEPTBUCAK NEWSPAPER IN THI KORTHWEST. v ' 4 ta which It was assitned by SniversaJ assent la the excited canvass which resulted in the second and triumphant election of fresidenl Grant. TUE FARMERS know that the Ixtik-Ocia- n was their earliest, as It has been their staunchest aud warmest, friend. It is emphatically the organ of the pwple is tli. best sense of that term, believing . in the fhllwt protection of the rights of the many against the encroachments of the few. It belieTes that all chartered corporations should be held to be sutx servient to the power that created them, and with eut an infriugnient of the just rights of others it insists, ana win continue to insist, tnat all corpo rations snjoyinK "Dec ml privileges voted to tbein by the people shall serve tliem mlrly and at a compensation allowing a reasonable upon the actual capital employed. THE FAMILY. malvs special efforts to render RThe lHTa-CciAItself acceptable to the. laniliesof its patrons. To this end everything is rigorously excluded that could possibly offend. The religious and moral character is guarded w th especial eaie, and its aim is "to encourage the true, the beautiful, aud the good." pIr, jtly THE INTER-OCEA- N is Iha paper or THE KEPtBMOAN.Or ' i, MW . TUE I ARMER, THE FAMILY. . THE MERCHANT, TUE PROFESSIONAL MAS, THE MECHANIC, In Literature, General News, Foreign and Domes tic Correspondence, Local Reports, and all tliat goes to make a first-clas- s i. Offtleii. , JOHN BOYLE DEALER IN JUrugs, Groceries, and Fancy Goods, not excelled by any publication in the couu. TUB COMMERCIAL DlSFAKlJllSja' is conducted with great care, and everything possible is done to Links the market reports stub as the farmers and business .man of the Northwest can rely npou. THE AO RICCLTVRAL' DEPARTMENT is carefully edited by gentlemen of ability and experience. has by far the largest circula The Intir-Ocea- n tion of any newspaper published in the Nurtliwwt. It is sent to more than 5,iKX) Postottloci, distributed in every State and Territory in the United States, in all the British Provinces, and in numer- oas Foreign States and Countries. Subscriptions are solicited trom all parts 01 tne world. While the Ixter-Ocea- h especially represents the great interests of the Northwest, it is a NATIONAL NEWSPAPER, one that will be found interesting and useful to Americans in every part of tne globe. It treats upon all subjects, aad in editorial discussion aims to be candid, dignified, and abeve personal abuse. THE LOWEST PRICES. The most Competent Dmg-gi- st ,j in I the 2 territory ''j ttitt attend to the preparation, of Medicines. The patronage of the publio and es pecially that of the lata firm is solioited, FAMILY JOSEPH C. GRAHAM, Sdeu Fifth Street, - TNTITKS ATTENTION select stock of GROCERIES TO AXD DU KKVT ISTER-OCKA- 5 PARPE & BOESSEll. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. ?v' ' ; WATCHMAKERS DRESS MAKING. 31 IIS. GRAHAM, - Fifth Street, IB - Oj;den. PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE ALL KINDS of FASHIONABLE i NEEDLE-1T0B- MAIS fTllsCHT, 1 '.' RECEPTION L. ROOMS UP CUTLERY, ,' SPECTACLES, STAIRS J. IIOLTIIER, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Street. Cloth- Guns, Pistols, A.mmunition. ' ".' i," NEEDLE M ITS City Drug MAI ': ri r ' np 'I' ItT T NCHl-- S WINES, 1 - CI ; inland Bept 3rd, Fourth Street, Ogdett.' COGNAC Case Goods, . ' OCDENCITY, E.UTAH. LANDT, Prop. - Boerd per Beds, SO cts. Board and t 00- - 8in&,e meU 60 Lodging per 4ay, $1.50 nd ' - l v , tST t2 PER DAY. accommodation. f Good , j d307-t- "S i A. f T Bar-Attache- JOHN BECUTOL, Presiding. 3 OGDE3ST, DEPOT. Lumber, ' ,'; Lath, and Snlnglci, ' IN OCDEN CITY. ' of the best quality, , Situated, t, Eliftibly t M I .J. t ' WITH ' " ACCOMMODATIONS. For particulars apply to P. FREIGHT WHITE PIjrE The Finest House ' ii of Entcrtaiirment EXCELLENT YARD, 4 NEAR U. ft,iif UTAH HOTEL, ... i Corner Wall and Sixth Street, n9i.i $ UR Alt. 4 TO KENT. t: riA,-f?- , Call at :AS n. II. BEARDHLEY, Proprietor. d49tt ., Accurately Prepared. THE CITY DRUG STORE! 50C. BOARD AD HOTEL Tarnlslies, 'L Opposite Union Depot, , AND :;: CONSTANTLY 6fl HAND. Prescriptions - Opposite V. P. R. K. Depot- - ; . ! Good Cut and Low Prices. i j UQMA8 WUP0!,. RESTAURANT ' BRANDY, j AND,': DEIMOXICO WHISKIES, Fine Stock of Perfnihery Toilet Articles l.t) Prime Beef, Hiition,1 Etc., 1878. ' GINS , : .GROCERIES. ' 1 th. f; ! 1 WHITE'S BARNARD LUMBER YARD. PriTatc Room for Company. ffice. purs oils, raint,Turps, OPPOSITE Also a ITS BRANCHES, CARRIED ON BY " Workshop over Entrance by the alley wiiweea v. f , r FINE f All IN the inl.Kriher. : : BUTCHER SHOP. MEALS UPHOLSTERY. f... ( AND ' Lunch from 10 cU. to 60 ,ct. The very best Ales, Toners and Cigars. Dealer ia Medicines Patent " hi il BEARDSLEY HOUSE, SALOON, BON TON a Mat IIm fltted Irop, t DRUGS, r - a 1 respectfully v ST., OGDEX, aaas-- . AT THR OTORE. Wm. DRIVER, CO ALBERT C RAY.- tr' and CIO AM in oSVly CHOICE TOBACCOS CI C- LUNCHEON: CARTRIDGES. GUN Tarletj. d-- 2 ' J Repairing XeaUy Executed and Residence, Slain Street. tf ,. .) ' i;: V; and 183-l- Surgery and Mia- wijery. Is ? -- , JEWELRY, PLATED & . SIL VER WARE Lake St., Chicago. The patronage of the public Ofllce OGDJCN "Watches, Clocks, for ladles and ahildrra. ia.t -- JEWELERS, ; with the Diseases of the Eastern and Western States and Territories ba legated permanenuy at .... ft ret rtnji. snrvice. linon f ; ... n - i. VjI ...ii.ua w t , fuu ..r. r uiuuii. .UWU 1, nA niAot. fninrnviwi metliods of Allo of pathic Treatment la all departments Medicine, & -- Alumnus of University of Va., Graduate of X D ,l.rr.,.w,A rv,llvft Vi. Rmliflfnt Vhvsi- cian and Surgeon to College Hospital; Fellow of. va. Ateuicai chjiticiiv. oltcitDd. JOHN BOYLE. orvnvnu IvnADflTSTDTmill 1 AND .INSPECT. PROVISIOXS, T. E. BROWN, M. D. tivomf Imported Furniture ever offered in, this city." N 119 d69-l- Tho Best and Cheapest AND $1.60 , Single copy, one year ' j 6.00 Four copies, one year 12.00 Ten copies, on. yeai 20.00 Twenty copies, one year BDecial arranirenients made with country pub lishers for clubbing with their publications. Sample Copies Free. Money can be sent Dy draft, money order, express, or registered letter, t at our nsx. v , i . f ' JTJSX RECEIVED. tf WEEKLY: 5 UTAIL OGDEN, GROCERY. Good Workmanship Guaranteed.' ing Cleaned and Repaired. Address' i EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, CALL 12.0 advance), per year By mail (payable By mail (payable In advance), lor six mourns o.uu 8.09 By mail (payable la advance), pef quarter ' to ing XEW GOODS, FinH 8trht, Oqdix, Half a Block Wat of Main Daily every other day (three times per week) 00 . per year 2.00 extra. Paper for Sunday, per year FURNITURE Are constantly kept on hand and offered for sale at Terms of Subscription. DAILY;'" In Ht9 KXTKNSITK STOCK JJASRKMOTED OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ... FASIIIONABLK Commercial and Family Newspaper, It Is 11 Pant. Gen. Jovellar. this evening. is sued an address to the .inhabitants of wak snvincr:- The moment & treaty rutin " JL J issued between the government of Spain and the United States, my duty although painful it may be, is to comply faithfully with its terms, x or ibis j. nave recei vea final orders. ' A failure to comply with the same would produce a war,' and a war with a great power without the aid nf Snfiin. In the meanwhile I will obey the law of necessity and the orders of the government of the Spanish uepuouc. Let us deliver ut the Vireinius'S and iha aiirvivnra of her nasseneers and T have fn.it h in the nobleness of of your procedures in compliance witn (Signed) , my word." 174. CIRCULATION NORTHWEST. . er than three weeks in jail, when . 1S. TUE LARGEST AMERICAN. " I ViMiM,i BY TELEGARPII f IV. TII0MSOX, n OGDEN. i ft sV Always on IlHnd In Luri;o Quantities. The Cheapest in Town, 'CALL AND SEE. W. B. WILLIAMS.