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THE PROBATE COURT. person. She told me the particulars, I LIQUOR STORE. rocognize the dress as my daughter; OPPOSITE WALKEB BROS, she told me that it was torn that after was in torn said it the struggle. East Side Main noon, St., Ogden. exhibited it to ms on Monday morning. It was in just the same way it is now. THE BEST IMPORTATIONS OF Mary Turner was present during the BRANDIES, telling of the particulars, and went back WHISKIES, to Kiesel's with her. She was not very Ales and IVines, Torters well at the time, and had been home G5, G7 Bick in bed; I can't tell how long before. AT TB VERT LOWEST IH1CE. by Defendant's At J6ST torney. I have no business to answer W. for my husbaud. I will not tell what he said. My husband said nothing, he was so grieved. He put on his coat and went Having Purchased an entirely out. She told me about her dress when ALL ITS BRANCH E8, CARRIED ON BY IN the subscrilier. we were eating dinner. Workshop over the Post Mary Turner nice, by the alley batweeu C. Wood remained with her. She did not show ansee'sand the Post Office EAST, TUOMA8 WILSON. how Mr. Kiesel took hold of her. I . Sept. 3rd, 187S. know it was more than one week after Selected by ourselves with greal care and regard for the cHntg of Ellen's sickness, when she went back to DELMOXICO the people of Utah, we invite all our friebds to call and Mr. Kiesel's. Don't know how much ' AND RESTAURANT HOTEL. inspect our Full Line of more, I cannot say. I do not know U. P. R. R. Depot. Opposite where the dress was when she came OCDEN UTAH. CITY, home in tha afternoon. I can not state E. LANBT, Irop Board per week, $5.00. Single meats. 60 cts. at what time she came home in the even Beds, 60 cts. ing. I don't remember what time MonBoard and Lodging day, $1.30. day morning she exhibited the dress, TEASDEL & Co. be She brought the dress from the box she dS-2keeps her clothes in. I have stated to the best of my knowledge all that I re- MIDWIFE AND PHYSICIAN, member. I don't remember whither 3 blocks East of the Tabernacle, she went down to give in her case before ' UTAH OGDEX, or after she brought home her clothes. examination by Prosecuting 0 Attorney. She went to Justice Middle- ton with her father. ' Court met this morning and Ihe NUUhed EVERT KVENINQ, Sundays nceptad examination of witnesses in the matter by tha Oqdui Pbslishino Compart. of the People vi. Kieset was continued. A large-crowattended the proceedings, Charles W. Penrose. Editor induced a morbid curiosity to be by ad Basins Manager. present at the trial, the details of which are anything but gratifying to any whose sensibilities are not blurred by UTAH. hardened tastes. The testimony we pub lish is confined to the salient points "Wednesday E renin?, Dec. 17, 1S73. brought out thus far. The was conducted by Messrs. Johnson and Hyndman, couimenced at the reCOURT. opening of the Court yesterday afternoon The Supreme Court of the United and concluded this morning. Henry Cunningham, was called and de States is proceeding with, unprecedented celerity in disposing of the posed that he was twelve years of age, and thebrother of Ellen, the complainant. numerous cases, which demand its He listed his sister or Sunday the 7th attention. Should the Court cooiinue of September. She was living with the in its present expeditious course, the defendant. U was about eleven o'clock calendar may soon be cleared of a in the morning. He went in by the back entrance and saw bis sinter crying great number of cases, that have for Julius Kiesel was standing in the door trijeare invited tho decision of that way of the bedroom which was next to bunal. Many of them are of great the kitchen. moment, and the action of the Court I next went out and got a melon and will exercise a great influence in the cania back ; myself and sister and the settlement of harrassing disputes and little boy ate it, and then she told me to vexatious lititration. It has for half go home and tell father and mother she a century been a cause of reproach to was coming home that day to stay. Iihnk it was about 11 o'clock. I had the highest legal body in the land, been to Sunday school and I played with that its tardiness and dolay in adjudi- some boys wbea Sunday school was let cating upon cases involving grave out, came down to Mr. Kiesel's and sat on tha bench in front of Mr. Kiesel's issues, ,have placed in jeopardy absut fifteen minutes. I think Sunday have So iterests. rapidly .. . oases accumulated, in awaiting final school let out then at 10 o'cloek. d I was twelve years arbitration, that it is necessary for old last June. After I sat on the benoh parties to await a long time some I went around by Mr. Turner's and times years elapse.beforethey can re went in the back door of Mr. Kiesel's. ceive attention. Proceedings on writs Mr. Kiesel had a roll of money in his of mandamus and quo warranto, re hand (shows the jury how.) I don't know how much there was. It was pa quire immediate action, but the class money. I don't know what scrip per of cases on which such writs may be means ; I don't understand that kind of issued, are limited, and always give language. I have told yeu everything I rise to tedious complications, which saw and heard there, I am sure of that. impair the usefulness of the privi I have told you all I heard and all I leges which attend this method of know. Ellen was washing dishes and seeking redress for grievances, or of stayed there to her work. The second time he told her the baby was trying I vindicating the demands of justice. don't know whether she went into the Congress has at various tiuiestaken bedroom or not; the second time she was initiatory steps1 to obviate ihe dim asked I went home. , culties in the way of securing a rapid by pros, att'y The disposal, of the ponderous calendar, second time I came back I came through which has been constantly growing, the front way. It was paper money to the detriment of public and private they were greenbacks. Cross examination by defendant. Her iaterests. As yet no particular plan little boy was with me on the bench. I for the solution of the difficulty, has have said now all ltan. been determined upon. But the My name is Robert T. Cunningham necessity of some measure, which am father of prosecuting witness. She wilt tend to remove the obstacles in resided at Julius Kiesel's, in Ogden City last she came tie way of giving needful protection, On the 7th of September home between two and three o'clock td those encraired in the different When she first came home she did not avocation3 of life, is becoming more communicate with me at once, as Mrs. and more apparent. The present ses- Dennellon was there when she came in, sion of Congress will most probably, She told her mother and myself that take into consideration this subject, Julius Kiesel had committed an outrage which is second to no other in the upon her person. I proceeded to take steps to make complaint that same af importance of its results. ternoon or evening before Justice Mid dleton. She exhibited a dress to me on PATENT RIGHTS. Monday moning. I think it in the same condition now that it was then about as Perhaps there is no question that it was. She said it got torn about the has occasioned in business circles time-hwas throwing her down. more by defendants at. uncertainty, and" caused about 19 or somewhere is reEllen with of torney variance wider opinion a 20. I have lived in Ogden about 6 years. gard to the operations under the pathas been in the country ent law, than that which relates to my daughter she was not married more all the time, the assignment of a patent. A very than once, that was once too much for iateresting case bearing upon this me. She told how he did in some of the point, was two years ago, decided by incidents. She said he committed that the Circuit Court of Massachusetts, outrage by throwing her down on the wife and and subsequently affirmed by the floor against her will. My I could not were Miss Turner present. Supreme Court. she whether paid aojthmg recollect A complainant sought to restrain sbout the dross, she said she was all an individual from selling coffins of a Bore from the way he used her; do not certain patent within the town of know how much she weighs; I never Natick, which was a portion of the weighed her. I have said all I mustly J have done that, territory, for which he had an assign- recollect, positively. to sa), Miss Tursworn have all I ment of the patent. The defence (said was present at the time. I do not ner was that no eoffins of the patent had know whether I would have remembered been sold in Natick, except such as any more or not, I have ield you al he had lawfully acquired outside of ready all I. know about it. Mr. May the territory assigned to the plaintiff, takes it that I said nothing in reply to which had been rightfully made and Ellens complaint. Have been a witness There was noth in a Court of Justice. sold, without condition or restriction would criminate same patent ing said or done that by other assigners of the me and prevent me telling all that was within the territory assigned to them. said or done by me or my daughter. The Court held substantially that the My daughter had advantages of an litpurchase of a patent article, lawfully education, she can read and write a was she rebefore manufactured and sold without tle; cou'd road writing married. There was more conversation, this within condition striction or but I do not remember it. She could territory, by the territorial assignee read some writing, I do not recollect if of a patent right, conveys to tho pur- the conversation was in regard to this chaser the right to use, or sell the matter. It was about five or six years article in another territory, for which ago, that my daughter left school. ' Ellen Cunningham, sen., examined another person has taken an align1 am my name is Ellet. Cunningham, ment of the same patent. She witness to prosecuting It is estimated that nearly one hun mother at Julius Kiesels on 7th of Sept. arc dred cases involving this issue, home between 2 and Z came she last, the of courts various pending in the o'clock, to the best of knowledge. Mary all settles TVija fJpmsion ,.nnrirj. WUUll Turner was with her; Mrs. Donlan on rc contested, are which the Benoh, was there. She staid until the points 1in Vnriwt- into.rrretation of the lady went away, and told me Julius Th OGDi:. THE SLPHEJIIi im-rtort- . SPECIAL FOR CONFERENCE AGIaE HOUSE, and 69 East Temple Street. BY THE SIlSASTJTtE TEASDEL II. CLAIIK, Propr. io-t- r. & CO. joyeriote' IelegrPh NEW STOCK OF GOODS FROM THE MERCHANDISE! GENERAL pr MK8. McCLUSKY, All to Ut"1 Sold Cheap. mt,' w NEW 8so. S' tfier toniinue s W. S. READ, Boot and Shoemaker, Cross-examine- SCHOOLTAXES. HAVE RECEIVED FROM THE ASSESSOR the assessment made fur a lax of one aud' one half per cunt, as voted for Id public meeting of the tax payers of the First School dis trict, Oftfen City. Oct. 1st, I8T3. This is to give notice that we will meet at the Tithing office, Og den City, on Monday, Dec. 22d, at 10 o'clock a. in , to hear any objections why said tax should not be collecte '. Trutee D. M. STUART, 1 V of Is D. H. PEERY, K. STItATJfORD.) School District WE wm. AT THE OLD STAND. Tbree doors south of Livery Stable. MAIN STREET, OGDEN. NOTICE!! SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, TO TflE TWILL bidder for cash, on Saturday the twentieth, (20th) day of December, 1873, at 11 a. m., at the building known as the Occidental Billiard Hall at the depot. In Ogden City; tha aforesaid building with two Billiard Tables, the Bar and bar fictnres au all the furniture and appurtenances belonging to said building. Also the building situated on Fifth Street, near Broom's corner, Ogden, now occupied by Joseph Stanford as a store. d71-2- t. WILLIAM BROWN L. W. tTbaker Thk fjstholi FIFTH STREET,- OGDEN, - With I SELECT and SPLENDID STOCK iuriud in the of GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, FOB THE LOWEST PRICES. AIL SHURTLIFF, PRODUCE TAKEN. tewnsi candi( Kean, dlC-- tf JOSES UIUSELF AGAIN. HO! FOR CONFERENCE, sore tithe DEALER IX G. W. Davis. General Merchandise. An tot' SALT LAKE CITY. I., Ogden. Goods of the best quality at the lowest possibli i prices. to u THE HAS I CHOICEST TEAS, Produce taken in Exchange. b; l The best house for the country trade. PRO BONO PUBLICO! The undersigned has ness at his old stand ' ' between the E. P. BROWN. TOAXO A5D CHERRY CREEK UNDERSIGNED HAVE PUT ON A NEW Line ot stages wuicu win nereaiter ie RUN COMMISSION MERCHANT ! Leave Toano Mondays and Thursdays. Leave Cherry Creek Wednesdays and Satur days. 24 FIFTII STREET, P.O .Box 24. Hours, iliuiu .y.- 4 the law concerning putcut rights. Kicstl CDmmitted aa outrage npon her Stages make close connections at Cherry Creek with Pioche, Hamilton and Eureka Stages. CLASS FIRST AT FIRST-CLA- ACCOMMODATIONS SS bus WOULD DO WELI F UR CHASE SCOTCH TWEEDS, CASS1MERES, Etc, to order in the Latest Style and at the loivest prices. ne the ft i A SUPPLY til h nl Quality Unequalled. of C. W. DAVIS. T. W. JONES. FAEE, 815. Mornnr & CSOSSETT, Proprietors. F. F. MARX, MITCHELL, Agent, Cherry Creek Agent, Toano, GOODS LOW PRICES FOR CASH. , XYOU CAN DO NO BETTER JL your goods at BUT THAN WALLA CE FO UL GER'S, Where von will find a well assorted stock of OX AND AFTER JANUARY HIE 1IERCII.1SD1SE ; Issued Irv Cioods. and Shoes. Mercantile Institution In Will be received only its KETAlIi DEPARTMENTS d70-l- FIRST W. A "Wonderful ' GROVE BREWERY, JONES' GROVE, OGDEN. ZION'S II. IIOprER, Supt. MTI0MB1K OF UTAH Salt Lak City. Dr. LEE'S Celebrated Antidote KINDS. FOB PAINS OF ALL 1st, 1874, f LOW SESEHVOffi, EXTERMINATOR! Next Door to City Drug Store, Ogdeii, Utah. ORDERS nQIRHBR PAIN jjoots Provisions, etc. by TEN CENTS MAILED TO ME, I send you a receipt, telling how yon can cure your cough within 48 hours after following cost my prescription, which is simple and will not you you anything for medicine, , as it will show of "your that you have the remedy withinJ- reach JONES - A.. ewn homes. d61-2Box 79, Ogden City, Utah. FOR Groceries, Crockery, HaTtlware, NOTICE. STOP THAT COUGH Lager Beer, Ale and Forter Of a, Superior quality, Manufactured and supplied to families atul the Trade. Sold Remedy. Never-failin- g byXC AND ALL RESPECTABLE TRY IT! Si. I. MERCHANTS. TRY IT! k Suited io all Climate, AND FAMOUS FOB BEING ' ( BEST TO USE! CHEAPEST TO BUT! t.EASIEST TO SELLHj - Ttxaoos for rtjtng mors a EXTENSION 0 F BUSINESS. BETTER COOWNQa rnv and Pic-ni- c Parties, it and CbeV Quicker tas Thrna say Btmof Orders runctualljr Attended to. A Beautiful Grove for Pleasure Doaa 4 JAMOUS JOB GIVIft'O J. Stanford, S- Ml A it S. GENERAL MERCHANT also the TO Til a FINEST DANCING HALL IN OGDEN, ?ASI5 C? Fifth S1 reel, Ogden , iMTTTONY flODBE. CASHIER. are connected with the Brewery and SOX.TD .BIT Oldest Banking Institution iii Utah. cr.n be obtained, with or without MuCONNECTED TTTK STORK TOKMERLY to HAS bis with as on the si Kry Bakery City application i, Ihtekest Allowed on Timb Deposits. r liumls Department, and has etocksd it with a full MANUF'G 50.MPANT, EXCELSIOR , IIEKOM, MCXT A C., hue of Uruuerias and Hardware. . .n .... i .v.. prnnintly attended to, No .3 6a U4Mt In addiiio to thii ht vill run Mo., St. WARREN HUSSEY, - PRESIDENT 17B! Mil . NEW RESTAURANT. The Orleans Chop House! OGDEN. FIFTH St., MKALS AT ALL IlOrRS Fresh Oysters in rvry style. Cigars and Tobacco. Krea.l, Cki'S. rip, etc. CIRST-CLAS- S C. dtiS-3- it. J. II. U IIAICMT, rrop r. 6TI.N11JK, Buy I rouis, PUMPS!PUMPS! 1 tt Is K .iimgtne EST g A FIRST CLASS BAKERY, ST IT ART CHEAP the nKST AND FORCE and I JFT for deep or shallow wells. Also, l suitable tent Points for Drive W ell Pump, with LmH t.Tm,t WrUloi.Tithiu 0 Families supplied with BreaJ, Cakrs and Candies of ihe best nuaHT Ogdeii, Oali. d2s?,yawi73-l'''a- i tlii Chi During their risit to Conferenss. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .. goo tie BEAVERS. d"6-t-f Gitv. TO Just Keceived. Suits or single garments made OGDEN, UTAH. Salt Lake S, TESTINGS, Shipping a Specialty, s tail FAMILIES AND DOMESTIC BROAD-CLOTH- between the above places. Time, Through in Main Street, Ogden. AND Y SEMI-WEEKL- PIONEER AND CITY DRUG STORES. FOREIGN COFFEES AND FAMILY GROCERIES IS A choice selection of General Produce milE JL busi- e rs-sid- ' cane DRY GOODS, a call. One door west of Z. C. M. S3T! Adre HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS IN HIS NEW PREMISES, Orders promptly filled. Repairs neatly executed. Give me in' eigbt General HZereliandise. NEW STORE. , Cross-examinati- on B" nT8 UFIIOLSTEHW ; '; Uw '