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Thk Occidental. This well known establishment will be sold at publio vendue, next Saturday, the 2Cth inst The day of sale has been changed from Thursday, on account of Sheriff Brown's engagements elsewhere. L) KKXi STOBB. OF MAIS ST. GOODS! rX . HOLIDAY FROM EUROPE. KKW YEARS NOTIONS SS Cosdkssatioss. rucff d the 23rd inst., is the the of of the birth day anniversary Prophet Joseph Smith, which will be HKAD QUARTERS. ' jjr William B. Hillard, m!0,Ade7t f the Western Union EOpfrlBTc, passed through this city morning, TeTLtthU deb f'f McFet- ..,Msrs.M.W.JohnHammond lea G rf Salt Lake . City, are at pwen will- le- for California - tijieTening- .'Wanted. f 8 . City. AZuffiu box W6. p. 0. jfteeiiarjs. jl - 1 1 w were visited by an- h,.h last eTenng iipued until noon. The soow about Lincheadeep. Several sle.ghs were this morning on the greets. A.n Advertisement. At the Vnsr are visitors Lake, Salt C,tbolio Fair at man mot the popular inTil,dt.votefor whom a gold headed in the Territory, to , will be presented. Our fellow wen townsman, A. 11. Earll, is running other the candidate. Among . POPI'LAE frite MAN. Mo- are Gov. Wood Judge Tattle. Kean, Mayor Wells and Bishop ...jMttei - little girl, not of age, was going Bore than seven years this morning, to buy u the bakery store in her hand, bill dollar a Vtad, holding Petit Tuitvisa. A met by a ruffian, who ,ta she enow into her face, of handful tot i for a moment. He her blinded itii fcttnatched the money from her grasp Bl toil to his heels. The miscreant was hi gt lince Mler" of the been seen, but a "big girl is on the lookout Mr. Jos. Stanford main- reputation in keeping constantl- SusroED. superior assortment of selected care and taste. His, with goods, business is thriving, and he deals in (tery specialty which can minister to is wants of his customers. The markets ef the East and West have contributed Heir stores to keep up a supply of merchandise t'aat can not be surpassed. As Christmas is near at hand, Mr. Stanford will be sure to satisfy his many friends, tho are disposed to invest their means safely and to advantage in anticipation y of on hand a the holidays. ' Thi Licturb Last Night. A large attended the lecture deliv-b- y S. W. Sears, Esq , at tho City Hall last His subject. night. "Finances," was most ably treated. Ibe address was replete with informa tion, bristling with facts that were racv in their description, and entertaining to who were presented with an inside of the manoeuvres of speculators tudieuci Ma No question at this important to the public, and t'me is so none so difficult to understand, as that finanoea. Mr. Sears's effort contrib "t4 much toward explaining the difli-l'ie- s which surround the commercial atwesta of the country. His listeners highly entertained by his instruct-toulearned essay. d. A M B,T t sixty-thir- commemorated in Salt Lake on the evening of that day, by a social party. John W. Young and Geo. Richardson, Esqs., who returned yesterday morning from Logan, report that the late storm was unprecedented in the memory of the people living in the vicinity of the blockade. President Young and party arrived at St. George, Monday afternoon. From this morning's Herald: A dispatch from St. George, announces that the snow in Pine Valley is three feet deep, and the mercury at the first named place, ranges from twenty-tw- o to sixty degrees above lero. Yesterday Mr. N. M. Maxwell, superintendent of the Flagstaff Mining Co., received a cablegram from London, instructing him to deliver possession of the property belonging to the Company, to Col. W. T. Patrick, w ho has been appointed superintendent. Mercantile and other business is prosperous at Alta, considering the rigors of the season and Ihe stringency of the times. The Centennial Tea Party was celebrated last evening in a manner highly gratifying to all who took part in the proceedings. Governor Woods presided, und opened the ceremonies with a few remarks, and a poem by Dr. Winslow, was read. Small tables laden with eatables and tea, filled the space before the President's desk, and tea of every quality was served accordiog to the peculiarity of each person's taste. The audience at the theatre last night, on the occasion of the benefit of Miss Denin, was large and respectable. The comedy of 4,Pyginalion and Galatea," was eminently successful. The Catholic Fair continues to attract as Is a Mak, An aged man seen during the on our day "nni seeking work. He is sixty-fiv- e Jan of age, end his venerable locks Wd the wUut features of an intelli-- e countenance denote ene who Pert, eveo though his ragged 11 eatller-woraiment proclaim his rty- - He ha seen better days, when with and all tke comforts oflife were "command. His conversation and 7igive evidence of gentle culture breeding. He is too proud to to receive any gratuity, but he is t.w0rk. Eventhe rigoroftha aefs willaot deter him from makin. elf useful. This morning when he WOrk' g ill ?ave gentleman offered dollars to supply his wants. He yWrfly declined the bounty but chop C0Pil of wood wh.ch (he bought, and to render eolam86"?63 U lb amouot offered. He Jlod the mercury From the El Paso Sentinel. It this fair city, tb.re resides a young gentleman, who is remarkabie for hi3 excessive bashfulness,a strong antiphathy towards the "c:tizens of African descent," and a faculty for plunging head over ears in love with every pair of bright eyes that flash at him from beneath the folds of a rebass. Now our young friend recently became- enamored with the charms of a bright-eye- d senorita, whose domicile is not a stone's throw from the plaza of our sister city," and although mauy sweet conversations with his charmer had afforded him abundant opportunities to test the state of ber feelings towards him, yet his extreme basht'ulness had never permitted him to get his courage to the sticking point. One day last week, however, while reflecting upon the adage that "Faint heart never won fair lady". yet, he determined to bring the matter to an issue forthwith. So, arrayed in his best store clothes, his heart fluttering with hope and palpitating with fear, he called upon the fair object of his devotion, seated himself by her side, and taking her willing hand in his, poured out his tale of love. "Ah 1" she replied, as her little plump hand returned the soft pressure, the tears starting from beneath the drooping lids of her lustrous eyes; "If you had only spoken before, it is too late now, I was married yester-day.- " . - THE Abroad. t ., INTEU-OCEA- N San Francisco, 16. A tornado passed over Milton, Calaveras, Co., ia this State, this afternoon which nearly destroyed the entire town. Several buildings were blown clear from the foundations, and others were blown down. Several persons were badly hurt, but no lives were lost. Chicago, 16 A Washington special sayn au effort in the way of retrenchment will be made at an early day, which will make trouble with officials all over the country. The advisability of cutting down, the salaries of government officials, from the highest down, through the entire list comprising assessors and collectors, both of internal revenue and ports, postmasters, etc., is under consideration and will be brought before the House when an opportunity offers. Willard offered resolution in the House, y which was adopted, directing the committee on civil service reform to inquire into and report on the propriety of reducing the salaries of government officials. to-da- FOREIGN. Lendon, 17, 1.30 a m. The storm has abated. Telegraph wires were prostrated in nil direction?, but the lines that are now working bring news that the storm extended all over rf England and far into Scotland. Sheffield looks as if it had been bombarded. The loss of property is immense. Churches were unroofed and many factories were compelled to suspend work. The lowest estimate places the causaltiet to persons in that city at seven killed and thirty wounded, many of them fatally. Dispatches show that the effects of he hurricanes were felt at Glasgow, Halifax, Drewsbury and Nottingham, in all of whicti cities lives were lost and great damage was done. In Leeds it is estimated that property to the amount of was , destroyed. Extensive 100,000 damage was done at West Halifax and Durham. Shipping suffered eeverely at Newcastle, and several steamers are ashore off Ordiossan; and the railway station and several houses were blown down in Melton, near Haragato, on the York & North Midland R. 11. "Sympathy," says John Paul, "is something which I never withhold from those in trouble, whether they happen to be friends or not; there's nothing mean about me. I find, too, that one can go around shedding sympathy on all sides for weeks at a time without spending a cent, or being' at much personal inconven. ience," v THE INTER-OCEA- the . ,!,!. uuus Te,er&n U a with, his good Ojgden. N is the paper for TnE REPUBLICAN, . TdK FARMER, - Drugs, Groceries, anil Fancy Goods, Are constantly kept on hand and offered far sale at PRICES. THE LOWEST It IN t Fine Cigars, etc. Also, FINE OF BRANDS FOK , MEDICINAL ' . Imported Furniture ever effured , in this city. ,;',, GROCERY. FAMILY JOSEPH C. GRAHAM, FiRk Street, - - Ogden. INVITES AND - INSPECT. JOHN BOYLE, PARPE & BOESSEL ATTKNTION TO HIS KKW AND of GROCERIES AD PROVISIONS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. THE COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Is conducted With great 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 it carefully edited by gentlemen of ability and experience. The Inter Ocean has by far the laruest circulation of any newspaper published in the Northwest. It is sent to more than 6,(HH) Postotlices, distributed in every State and Territory in the United States, in all the British Provinces, aud in numerous Foreign States aud Countries. Supscriptions are solicited from all parts of the especially repreworld. W hile the Inter-Ocea- n sents the great interests of the Northwest, It it a FASHIONABLE DRESS-MAKIN- WATCHMAKERS & JEWELERS, G. JIAIX 5.T11KKT, OGBEX 3IRS. GRAHAM, - Fifth Street, IS - Ogden. PREPARED TO UNDEKTAKB ALL KINDS of FASHIONABLE NEEDLEOVORK, RECEPTION Terms of Subscription. Fifth Strikt, Oodeu, L. J. Haifa BUck , IIOLTHER, iTF.n.orr,AN 119 Luke St., d69-l- T. E. BROWN, Qood Workmanship Guaranteed. .. ,- Repairing Neatly Executed, NEEDLE M G GUN CARTRIDGES. CIIOICK T0BACCO8ii Tari.tj. ttrt CIGARS In . iSf'lf s City Drug Store. MAIX ST., . Clilcag-o- OOI)E, Win. DRIVER, M. D. 1 Prop, Dealer in o Patent Medicines PURE WINES, GINS, FINE S Fourth Street, Ogden. H :t. ..... WHISKIES, COGNAC BRANDY, Paints, Oils, Turps, Tarnish e, AND o J ; ! Case Goods, P H 1 DRUGS,; It respectfully and Residence, Main AND 183-l- m BUTCHER SHOP. ; . .mmunition. Cloth- ing Cleaned and Repaired. A of the public Gruns, Pistols, .... Wtrt of Main Street. WEEKLY: $1.50 Single copy, One year 6.00 Four copies, one year 12.00 Ten copies, one yeai 20.00 one year Twenty copies, Special arrangements made witb country publishers for clubbing with their publications. Sample Copies Free. Money can bo tent by draft, money order, express, or registered letter, ' at our risk. .. ' Address CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. tf FASHIONABLE TAILOR. DAILY: JEWELllY, PLATED 0 SILVER WARE; STAIRS UP ROOMS NATIONAL NEWSPAPER, one that will be found interesting and useful to Americans in every part of toe globe. It treats upon all subjects, and in editorial discussion alms to be candid, dignified, and abtve personal abuse. 12.09 By mail (pavable in advance), per year 6.U0 By mail (payable in advance), for six months 8.09 Hv mail Cnavable in advance), per quarter Daily every other day (three times per week) 6.00 per year 2.00 extra. Paper for Sunday, per year "Watolies, Clocks, for ladlat and children. : GKOCE1UES. 4 Fine Stock of Perfumery and C Toilet Articles rrinie Beef, 3Iutton, Etc., I Vood Cats and Low Prices. a s CONSTANTLY OS HAND. Prescriptions Accurately Prepared. LIQUORS USES. e "Married !'! ejaculated the 1 suitor, and then anxious to learn who the successful rival was that had snatched the prize from his grasp, he enquired with trembling LADIES STORE, lips, the name of the fortunate she gave it; he sat for one moment rivetted to his seat with amazeCITY. ment. Then springing to his feet, he shrieked "D n it, Madam, you're gone and married a nigger ?" "You are mistaken, my dearyouDg EMMA CARTER, friend !" simpered the fair one, "he's MRS. Superintendent. only a mulatto." EXPERIENCE AS A see to LONO cares a If anybody right WHOSE in the East enable her to wlieit the "mulathim let time, nd riciuity, lively whisper, patronage ef the people of Ogilen to," while that young man is about. calls attention to the uuperior stock on liaud. " disap-point- THE H BE AR DSLEY HOUSE, Opposite Union Depot. Tlf EALS50C. BOARD $2 PER DAY. FIRST jJJL Clans accommodations. Good M. 3w A UJ a Attached. Bar JOHN BECUTOL, Presiding. Q. 03 Corner Wall and Sixth Street, '! OGDEN, U. SEAR P. FREIGHT DErOT. M UTAH HOTEL, House H " 3 . Und WHITE POE M a -1 a of Entertainment IN OGDEN CITY. U u The Finest e a 3 a m a 0 t t4 N .8 ta 0 Lumber, Lath, f OGDEN. 7 n ' '! and Shingles, of tbe best quality, ' Always on Ilnmcl In L.urjjo Qwantitle. The Cheapest in Town 'CALL AND SEE. IV. THOMSON, (MO-l- YARD, a THE MILLINERY GOODS, f LUMBER Si - 1 , o d49tt TO BENT. a THE CITY DRUG STORE! d307-t- II. BEAKDS1.E V, Proprietor. OGDO old at cheaper rates than can be bought elsewhere in Utah. All are Invited to examine the goods in the Hore Wore purchasing. Call at W hus-han- d; fanity of the naturalist, who held the oble relic of insect by the tail while thus experi menting. TAIL XT i Stock new and Complete. . - OGDEN, CALL WHITE'S BARNARD LUMBER YARD. Stationer j, SIDE MAIN STREET, Tbe patronage of the publio and especially that of the late firm is solicited. OPPOSITE Drugs, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, EXow UxillcUjasTf EAST , NEW DRUG STORE, On Fifth Street. AND DEALER TO HIS Medicines. is pot excelled by any publication in the eouu. Office ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE JUST ItECEIVED. Drug will Territory attend to the preparation of Tho Rest and Cheapest try. The Datronage solicited. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST, STOCi Commercial and Family Newspaper, -i oobles, KXTBXSIVB gist in the Marshalltown, Iowa, women have protested against the statement of X Alumnus of University of Va., Gradual of the Times man, that they consider Richmond Medical Uoliege, va., nesiuen. iuj.i- and Surgeon to College Hospital; Fellow of themselves well dressed with naught rian Va. Medical Society. nrnctical acauaintance but an Elizabethian ruff. He is a ia.. - ....... i, i.f vor with the Diseaset of the Eastern and Western a t..o c.r.rnt, -v at fraud; the ladies there wear all the dates l ..." Ka. Incnteri nftnuftHpnt Bervice, upen clothes their husbands are able to Ogden City, and promises first class v the latest ana inosi lmpruTeu mowiwin furnish, and more too, in some in- pathic Treatment in all department of stances, and that's what's the matter Medicine, Surgery and Midwith the Times man. wifery. O. Xj. 3? BIS of The most Competent . , AS EIMOTBD SEW GOOD8, THE FAMILY, THE MERCHANT, THE PROFESSIONAL MAN, THE MKCIIAXIC, In Literature, General News, Foreign and Domestic Correspondence, Local Reports, aud all that goes to make a first-clas- s II OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ' , JOHN BOYLE is DBALKR Established less thaa two yean since as a representative Republican paper, pledged 1 1 maintain the principles aud organization of ine great National Hcpublican party, the Ixtis-Ocka- n ha attained a circulation aud influence with the mas-su- a of its voters to eutitle it to approach the commencement of a new calendar year, and to prepare fortlie preliuiiuay work of the next campaign, the shadow of which is already casting Wx-I- I upon the country, in the confidence that its friends will need no other specific pledge for the future tliau has been girea in its columns from day to day during the past eighteen mouths. Since its first publication it has maintained the position of TIIK LEADING REPUBLICAN 'NEWSPAPER IN THE NORTHWEST. to which it was awigned by universal assent In the excited cunvnxs which resulted lu the second and triumpliaut election of President Graut. THE FARMERS know that the Iktkk-Ocea- n was their earliest, as it has been their staunchest and warmest, friend. ie the It emphatically organ of the people in the best sense of that term, believing in the fullest protection of the rights of the many agaiust the encroachments of the few. It believes that all chartered corporations should be held to be subservient to the power that created them, and without as int'ringinent of the just rights of others it insists, aud will continue to insist, that all corporations tnjoyiug special privileges voted to them by the people shall serve them fairly and justly at a) coinpeusat ion allowing a reasonable preat upon the actual capital employed. " TIIK FAMILY.' , makes special efforts to render JTThe IHTf;-Cctitrtelf acceptable to the tainliesof its patrons. To end this everything is rigorously excluded that could possibly offend. The religious and moral character is guarded w th especial ear, and its aim is "to encourage the true, the beautiful, aud the good." 1100P SKIRTS, A Peoria naturalist, in attempting ElifjiWy Situated, CORSETS. BUSTLES, to warm the ears of a frozen wasp r KID GLOVES, , ' ; AND WITH JWnhad over a gas jet, discovered that the And all other articles pertaining to Lacleis tail of the insect thawed out first, furnishing goods in the EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS. and worked with a rapidity that was Latest and most Fashionable y with the u axebenotverygaeat, as For particulars apply to Styles, astonishing as the hideous pro- il 3Iuln Ht.i 1 REEIOITEE;: JAS. L. HORROCKS, FOIUSii. AMERICAN. north NOaTHWSST.'; ; Hurricanes at Home and down towards The Seuorita'a Choice. TUK LARGEST CIRCULATION . A lady teacher in one of the primary departments at the College, last Friday afternoon, while trying to impress on the minds of a juvenile many visitors. James Waters, who was convicted of class the difference between the murder in the first degree.and sentenced human and animal composition, askto be hanged next Friday, has appealed ed, "What are we all made of?" "Dust," was the prompt reply. to the Supreme , Court of Idaho Terri"What are hogs made of?" "Slop," "v :g tory. There is fine sleighing in Malad Val- was the unanimous response. ley, with zero. in lis. bios bii yesterday's Tuesday, lTcA " From BY TELEGARPir. !'.. 1874. IN THE tr W. 1). WILLIAXS.