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Messrs. Hig- ginbotham & Child were busily engaged last Saturday afternoon, attending to the wants of their numerous customers, who were feasting their eyes upon the many attractions which are displayed upon their shelves. ( Sam bad his hands full, when a young lady asked him for a His countenance tecame wiich." with smiles, ai he told the wrinkled sucn an article w as that young lady about the only thine they did not lave d in the abundance of their IIi8 customers had no occasion eoods. to use "switches," for surely it was necessary for them to resort to cruel flagellations, to exact obediance to th eir The young lady re- amiable caprices. minded Sam in a whisper as gentle as a Dassine zephyr, lhat she did not want a 4 switch" to inflict c irporal punishment upon ahy one else than herself. She re ferred to an essential accompaniment t( a lady's toilet these days termed i "switch." Sara winced and has lost ten pounds avoirdupois weight since Satu A wtn ftmrtion. 1 . .VENISO, Toie- Bondaji excepted. t the Who'll wanted PoUtoe. - ..wrintion. thn! Pacific TTninll irk. left OgJen last four hours behind lTZtbt GoOV ;n? - rbeende.ainedbylheCen- " " . iTed at Omaha only ono oavts bazar T,ig oiv. POUAtt ! ftp MAIN ST HOLIDAY GOODS I FROM KUR&PB. 4TFD WRECT vm-- NEW YEARS NOTIONS 0I,D SI. fOtt ';irs- lf HEAD QUARTERS. - j;, and Cherry i..ip..n. .Ifrt.-1M- "U" Just been started by h Itismtend-Itnnectio- n with th. Central free at and Cherry "::.,TnaBo " B.alTIE ' fcuresa ant Hamilton 4, Pioehe, ll m u The stock is new ana the to add ereatly to, I"" .. v.-.i- .inceoii"o'"-o- " slid Brand!., go to r Viae, ..... i....'. f . H. Clark's uiu-i- who was m- L. leotard, . v xn;na from a ijrtdlast Baturaay Bait Lake, is rapiuiy . . t... ..oinitioil no internal tie uw " .swings restored to ft nurW i " . inn", ana is In H. LI. edition which wrues He his togagements. that after giT- Mr. Newton of this ciiy. . da will visit v:t :.:,. SiM inotner emiui"u 1mtaed.-- j .u.n "-- -- . - ... wiu"'" " 1 agam. Ogdea Cash! itJil.tt - The calico Ball Last Night. Thb off successfully who atlend all of udto the satisfaction took part couple forty-fivd About was the and enjoyment istbe dance, last night passed Jill e o'clock the ladies peril gentlemen repaired to the restaunitntUr. 0' Harnett, where a sumptu At twelve mnyjnwss served. They returned mdt(Up the dance until an early wis flu morninir. The music was the Ogden Quadrille Band, ud hs Meeilint, the pieces being new uiittttrmgei. The first calico ball . .i j . i . .1 a success. leimiienm was ueuiueujjr furnished hy 'Switch" Ekigma. well-selecte- day. Cosstauct akd Devotiox, A young woman accompanied by a fine looking man, not over thirty years of age, came in from the East yesterday, and remain ed in this city all night. Their history is full of interest, going to ehow a woman's faith and a man's constancy. Three years ago the young man, who was a farmer, in Daviess County, Ills., became attached to a maiden, the daugh merchant. They ter of a plighted to each other their troth, but as the slender means of the yeung farm er prevented him from assuming the cares and responsibilities ef married life, he abandoned his home and left for Nebraska. He afterward procured em ployment as carter in the coal mines of Rockville, W. T. While thus employed, he met with an accident the premature explosion of a blast, by which he was deprived of his sight. He wrote to his ofnanced bride relieving her of her engagement, but she determined not to desert him in his hour of need and helplessness. She converted her valuable trinkets into ready money, and left her home, to meet bim at Rawlins, where he had gone expecting shortly to seek shelter in an asylum for the blind in California. The couple were married at Rawlins, and are now on their way to Helena, where the bride has relations living. As they are not destitute, they expect te get along very well on the journey of life. well-to-d- 1 i Complaints are made it mm boya lately are in the habit of distnrbing residents on Fifth Street Tkyiunoj them during certain hours it in Tarious ways, such as open infiad banging at the doors, then run-wy. Some times they amuse tuouelrea bj hurling sticks at the win-iLaat nigUt,at one place, windows unbroken by these disturbers of the Pe. Men are also engaged in this win business. One of these wretches, to ns in debt to a keeper of a restau- H in that street, revenged himself by 'sorting to most diseraceful means. Attention should be given to these per-m- , who are not worthy ef indulgence leniency. They should be at home at lours, instead of amusing thcm-Hlve- s in t way that has become intoler- DuoaicsFCii. H m to all E0DK peaceful people. IS LIFE. , An illnstmHnn nf effects of M the hard times was Dre- observers yesterday afternoon to m tne irnval of the emigrant traiB. and respectable looking g Bei were among the passengers. Jn&Te for the last ten months work- "eommon hands at Brownson sta- the Union Pac.fio road. The ex- stringency which prevails in the H branches of industry induced aea to seek relief in tha u-.-.t v A II VOW tt li i. intelligent " v. w to V. raise sufficient means, they '"led their way as far as Brownson Cumulated enoueh to nav thpir Js From yesterday's Condensations. : Xewt Advertisement. to Pres. Young and party stopped at St. Loais on Sunday night. Two pugilists were yesterday fined ten dollars for indulging in their favorite pastime. There is about a foot of snew at Paris, aad about two inches at Fish Haven. About twenty hands are still engaged in quarrying and shipping tock for the Temple in Big Cottonwood Canyon. A soldier while occupying himself on Sunday night, with breaking into a tailor's establishment, was seized by a night watchman and yestsrday was fined $50. Another burglar effected an entrance last Saturday night, into the store of P. The policeman in that beat Swartz. shot and secured the door, and succeeded in bringing the rogue to terms. Yesterday morning the thief was fined $10Q. ten back to their friends in Salt Lake 1S7S. 1874. that the gold deposits are of extraordin- TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION IN TUE NORTHWEST. ary richness and easily got at. The Chicago smelter at Rush Lake INTER-OCEA- N produced during the last seven days FOR 1S74. eleven hundred and eight bars of bulEttabliihed less thaa two year lines a a re lion, weighing 88,640 pounds, and 8,990 Republican paper, pledged t maintaiu the principle and organiiation of ibe "eat Napounds of copper and lead. tional Republican party, the Ihtib-Ociihat THE x lViles or a Divorced Hus- band. A singular libel suit has grown out oi a lamiiy complication m Westchester county, N. Y. A young girl of that county was years ago secretly married to Francis Edward Eldridge, but never lived with hint as bis wile. The mother of the girl soon learned about the marriage, and she applied to Dennis MacMahon, a lawyer, to get divorce lor her daughter. He got it, and shortly afterwards married the divorced girl himself. Mr. and Mrs. MacMahon have lived happily, prospered and reared a large family. Some time after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. MacMahon heard that Eldridge was in a hospital suffering from a cut throat which he had inlicted himself. They visited him, provided for his comfort, and promised him if he would reform to provide for his so long as he lived a respect- support . i n aoie me. no consented to the arrangement. A vear after, the Mac- Mahons ascertained that Eldridge had relapsed into his former ways of life and withdrew their suDDort. Eld ridge then found an asylum with the rtev. Ilobert llolden, an Episcopal clergvman. and commenced a svstem- atic annoyance of Mrs. MacMahon. .. i art uoiaen assisted him m making his demands upon Mrs. MacMahon for The revmoney and maintenance. erend gentleman carried open letters addressed by Eldridge to Mr. and airs. MacMahon, demanding pecun iary assistance, and in case this was refused, threatening to publish a book containing an account of his private marriage to Mrs. MacMahon, a sketch of her life, from which infam ous constructions and references would be drawn. Kev. Mr. llolden also made a verbal statement of terms $1,250 demanding $2,750 in cash, I Til annuany during jianage s me, to De continued to his heirs. Mrs. Mac Mahon was also requested to deliver to Eldridgs a paid-ulife insurance policy for his and his heirs' benefit $5,000; all of wThich was submitted as the price oi the suppression ot the proposed publication. The MacMa-honso far from agreeing to such terms, instituted suit for libel against Rev. Robert Holden and Francis Ed ward Eldridge. All this comes of tak languish-iing pity on a a hospital. The case is still before the courts. 11 - 1 p TUB LEADING REPUBLICAN "(NEWSPAPER IN TUB NORTHWEST, to which it was assigned by universal assent In the excited canvass which resulted in the second aud triumphant election of President Grant. TUE FARMERS know that the Intse-Ovi- a was thslr earliest, as it has been their stuunchest and warmest, friend. It is emphatically the orgau of the people in the best sen8e of that term, believiug ia the fullest protection of the rights of the many against the encroachments of the few. II believes that all chartered corporations should be held to be the power that created them, and without an infringment of the just rights of others it insists, and will continue to insist, that all corporations f njoying special privileges voted to thein by the people shall serve them iairly and Justly at a comieusat iou allowing a reasonable profit ajKin the actual capital employed. THE FAMILY. makes special efforts to render QThe Imtek-Cciaitself acceptable to the tuiuliesof its patrons. To this end everything is rigorously excluded that could possibly oflrnd. The religious and moral character it guarded w th especial ear, aud its aim it "to enoourage the true, the beautiful, and the good." THE n Bond of Friendship. The probate judge in Pittsburgh has had to decide upon a very curious bequest called "a bond of friendship." James McCulley died, worth several millions of dollars. lie left no wife or children, and no will, but so rich t man always has plenty of heirs, and McCulley was no exception, After the old man was buried, Robert D. Clark, a dealer in comes forward with the afore- d paper, in which McCulley pro vides that his friend Clark shall have $75,000 out of his estate. The administrator resisted the payment of the bequest on the ground that he be- leved the signature to be a lorgery, and that the existence of the paper was not known until after McCulley's Clark produced testimony death. showing hat Hon. Edward Co wen drew up the instrument, and the sig nature was proved, lie also showed that he had been a diner with McCul ley for twenty years or more, and that McCulley had been his endorser for large amounts at various times. The lawful heirs had never been aware of McCulley's extraordinary friendship for Clark. But he clearly proved the instrument, and the judge decided in his favor. He was very happy to hear it. The heirs talk of going up boat-store- s, General Mirrow has determined to discharge from the service those soldiers in his command, who are found guilty of stealing and those who get drunk. The general will soon be left without a command if h'e persists in his determination. From this morning's Herald : The District Court met yesterday Resolutions of respect to the morning. of the late James M. Carter memory were presented and an address delivered by Hon. D. A. Howiti. Chief Justice McKean replied in a few elegant remarks, and ordered that the resolutions be spread upon the Journal of the Court. The Catholic Fair was opened last night, and was pell attended. The band with of the 13th infantry enlivened the occas ion with music. "es, and m the other drudger to Bection hands was oeionging but ft U,,, pride thmselvec upon "Oolite smrit h v .... mS an honest :,.. to secure 1W.i;w, buu raising their r. feS. th 4isK .VW 20,11 all r,a.. r"sniuiiuf i. (ta,ioa teacher,, but they - 'bition. ,u . ,ttuie lne7 . Mi three lhat rSangeinthupWf knew no,!ueh wordM ZT Abe Lincoll rails niiv, 4 1 PUI grand evening promises affair. The programme offered is inter- Drugs, Groceries, and Fancy Goods, ' The most Competent Druggist in the TeriHtory will attend to the preparation of Medicines. - - AND of XWiMll AXD GROCERIES CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. FASHIONABLE DRESS - MAKING. - - Fifth Street, Ogden. ALL KINDS PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE IS of IHTElt-OCFAJ- T Lf- t- 11 St., Cnlcag-o- Tho Best and Cheapest Imported Furniture ever offered in this city. J. L. INSPECT. NEEDLE-WOKS- PAHPE & BOESSEL. T2 ", IIOLTIIER, Block Wut JEWElsliY, FLA TED SILVER WARE , C CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. Guns, Pistols, AND Ammunition. of Main Strut. Good Workmanship Guaranteed. Cleaned and Repaired. JEWELERS, "Watches, Clocks, STAIRS UP ROOMS & STREET, OGDEX Cloth-id- c Repairing Neatly Executed. 183-l- m NEEDLE . AND JOHN BOYLE. for ladies and children. RECEPTION UTAH. JUST RECEIVED. MAIAT MRS. GRAHAM, FASHIONABLE - OGDEX, WATCHMAKERS WEEKLY: CARTRIDGES. GUN CHOICE TOBACCOsTnd a variety. CIOARd In great d7-l- y D City Drug Store. CC MAIN ST., OGDEX. Win. DRIVER, Prop, T. E. BROWN, M. D. Dealer in .v. ..w mnrornriv I 111 I "1 KTi fmsT ETHIC! ATI I. sttnnvnw Alumnus of University of Va., Graduate of .CUV1 X Richmond Medical College, Va., Resideut Physician and Surgeon to College Hospital; Fellow of a. Medical society . After number of years practical acquaintance with the Diseases of the Eastern and Western States and Territories has located permanently at upon Ogden City, and promises first class service,of Allo-paththe latest and most improved methods Treatment in all departments of DRUGS, o tn Patent Medicines wifery. The patronage solicited. Ottlce of the vablio WINES, it respectfully nd Residence, Main Fourth Street, Ogden. H o o Prescriptions Accurately Prepared. AST Call at e 8 THE CITY DRUG STORE! d307-t- f PER DAY. Hi .a Attached. Bar JOHN BECHTOL, Presiding. a Proprietor. d49tf. e O STORE, TO RENT. CL Corner Wall and Sixth Street, as HOTEL, Situated, i Mi), LUIilM 1 THE r NEW a. S 32 K Ells c n Opposite Union Depot, UT-AE- HAND. CONSTANTLY ON BEARDSLEY HOUSE, II. BEAKDNLEY, GROCERIES. Fine Slock of Perfumery and Toilet Articles Prime Beef, Mult on. Etc., liood Cut and Low Price. 60C. BOARD AND 5 05 WHITE'S OPPOSITE BARNARD LUMBER YARD. MEALS accommodations.ti BRANDY, Turps. Varnishes, O k WHISKIES, OGNAC GH BUTCHER SHOP. GINS, Case Goods, Paints. Oils, p , ! FINE C3 stJ" ! PURE Medicine, Surgery and Mid- Iff. MRS. EMMA CARTER, Ogden. ATTENTION TO IIIS NEW Ilalf a Single copy, one year ' 5.00 Four copies, ouo year 12.00 Ten copies, one year 20.00 Twenty copies, one year Special arrangements made with country publishers for clubbing with their publication!. Sample Copies Free. Money can he sent by draft, money order, express, or registered letter, , at our risk. ' ' Address i 33xxllc3.ln.r, EAST SIDE MAIN STREET, GJIA1IAM, Fifth Steiet, Oqden, Daily every other day (three times per week) per year 2.00 extra. . Paper for Sunday, per year Now GllOCEltY. Finu Street, INVITES IIM TO CALL josEnrc. STOCK FURNITURE The patronage of the publio and especially that of tbe late firm is tolioited. FAMILY EXTENSIVE of SEW GOODS, Terms of Subscription. DAILY: AS REMOVED HIS 0 FASHIONABLE TAILOR, esting. Superintendent. The Finest House From the Tribwvt: LONG EXPERIENCE AS A The coal companies are doing a lively WHOSS in th Eut enablm her to solicit the of Entertainment of Oplen and vicinity, patronftgo of tbe people . business. baud. ou Mock uperie-calls attention to the IN OCDEN CITY. The horse race yesterday between MILLINERY GOODS, SKIRTS. HOOP Walking John and and Mark Moore was :ill- . CORSETS. BUSTLES, , one ef the most exciting that has ever KID GLOVES, , AKD WITH taken place in this Territory. Walking to Ladei' article other all pertaining AbA John was the winner, making time in EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIOXS. furnmbiug goods in the 47 4 seconds. The race was a single most Fashionable and Latest dash of 800 yards. For particulars apply to Styles, The French Guiana fever is raging. rales than ran be bought And H are invited to examine Several well known miners who went to elsewhere in Utah. All before i.urcbasing. the tocds iu the More OGDEN. that country a short time ago have writ-- OGDEN, NEAR U. P. FREIGHT DEPOT. WHITE PISE -1 . 2 aa 2 R 0w S to e - 3-- PRICES. THE LOWEST 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 alms to be candid,,dignified, and abeve personal abuse. 12.08 By mall (payable In advance), per year 6.(10 Ky mail (payable in advance), for tix months 3.09 By mail (payable in advance), per quarter II for tale at by any publication in the coun. TUE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT is conducted with greRt care, and everything possible is done to make the market reports such as the farmers and business man of the northwest can rely upon. THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT U carefully edited by gentlemen of ability and experience. has by far the largest circulaThe Istir-Ocea- s tion of any newspaper published in the Northwent. It is sent to more than 4,oxK Postofflces, dietri-bute- d In every State and Territory in the United States, in all tlie British Provinces, and in numerous Foreign States aud Countries. Supscriptious are solicited from all parti of the especially repreworld. While the Isjir-Ocka- h sents tbe great interests of the Northwest, it it a OGDEX CITY. -S N JOHN BOYLE DIALER IN try. Good TIII3 Ogden. Commercial and Family Newspaper, It is not excelled d69-l- estMi.Ki. '- INTER-OCEA- is the paper for TUE REPUBLICAN, THE FARMER, THE FAMILY, THE MERCHANT, THE PROFESSIONAL MAN, THE MECHANIC, In Literature, General News, Foreigu and Domestic Correspoadence, Local Reports, and all that goes to make a first-clas- s s, the case. Washington Territory. Two young men are physicians from a dentist and prftJnt. nf n, Wlege of Surgeons in Canada, Last Saturday attachment suits were other two were hni.k.kppn.r. i commenced against the Davenport S. M. LADIES M& wholesale ".ouiucuta iu uieve- - Co. to recover $42,000, a part of which "'adToIein. Tk ,. is due to the miners who have been mn.ected, educated and well-breworking' for the company. 0r , experience : v..n: .i The eentennial tea parly celebration BDOVei vinug iue Jjjjiat Pick, laying and repairing rails, this to be a "ne 2 1 1 1 31 a I ii Hi., attained a circulation and influence with the masses of iu voters to entitle it to approach the of a new calendar year, and to prepare for the preliuiiuay work of the next campaigu, the shadow uf which is already casting lineif upon the country, in the conridenci that its frieuds will OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, need no other specific pledge for the future than has been givea iu its columns from day today during the past eighteen months. Since its first Ar constantly kept on band and offered pnblicatiou it has maintained the position of I .1 JAS. L. H0RR00KS, 'mi Lnmber, Lath, and SliingicH, ' of the best quality, on Ilnntl In Always Laro Quantities. Thp Cheapest in Town. o CALL AND SEE. 0 IV. :ctf . W1LUA31S. '