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met this Cook and Messrs. of morning. The case was appealed from the Leavitt, which, - a WfA1tt n Court, was tried before a Magistrate was KamDiine. r. cnarse 5nrY. The " j j Cook Mr. ffned and was $oO, Leavett German and the $40. The case of Mingo, indicted for murat the par- der in the first degree, was commenced this morning, and the jury is at thit hour being empanneled. Pkobati Cockt. Court J- iSfiwu"u,8Cw,'A"- 'TThe I1 ..ed B . BAZAR. TBB OGDEN STORE. COLLAR 0LD , BfflJPAT ST. TKNTRB 0? MAIN HOLIDAY GOODS! GOODS'! FROM EUROPE. i0!VSancie8, new years notions C1!:! rt AlTff HEAD QUARTERS. FBED. A. S1IIELLS. tw Union Pacific contained among Ha freight, S,urday. consignment to Chicago Urm from Japan. They are of lt!ue and retire the greatest eare in conveying them by The SlU.woEM8-- at-2a- nl tint,! Wanted. Addiese; bouss in jslfteen days. ..... y gRlt uk1 P.O. box City. 180. iw.MiM Kate Denin passed on her yesterday even.ng Her engagement California. most successful, and dur- that city made a nulii- 't. ,.... it. kerstayin friends.!, iuJe'ef DELMOXICO An alarm of fire Saturday night called RESTAURANT AND HOTEL. out the engines and a large crowd, bat . Opposite U. P. R. R. Depot OGDEN CITY, UTAH. upon arriving at the scene of the incipiK. LANDT, Prop. ent conflagration, it was found extinBoard per week, li.OO. Single maala, SO eta. guished. Bis, Hi eta. A Scandinavian wished to ft. 80. exchange a Board and Lodging; per pair of No. 10 boots for a size or two larger at the store at which he purchased them. The storekeeper denied that the boots had been purchased of him. VioON AND AFTKK JANCABT lut, 1S74, From Idaho. A correspondent at lent language was mutually exchanged, Bloomington, Idaho, informs us that the blows followed, then a policeman took HE 3JERCUAXDISE ORDERS mining prospects in that neighborhood them under his gentle care to await the are very good. A shaft at the mines settlement of their differences in Court Issued by has been sunk to the depth of seventy ZI0NT,S A Chinaman broke into a store at feet, and before Spring they will be so fur developed as to give assurance of Bingham Canyon last Wednesday and success. and Improvements and buildings selected an assortment of Will b received only in its , of different kinds are in progress in groceries. He was arrested and fined that settlement, although the weather is $100 and sentenced to imprisonment in RETAIL DEPARTMENTS. very severe. A slight shock ef an the county jail for a term of six months. W. H. HOOPER, SnpU An individual offered to find and reearthquake was felt on the 18th of this turn a set of faro tools of which a gam month, and a general panio occurred. YES!! YES!! r. bling den had been robbed, for a reward jgg?Gov. Thos. E. Bramlette, of Lou- of $50.00. At the appointed hour, as he isville, Ky., has given three years to the was about to receive his price, he was AID building up of a Public Librajy in Lou- arrested and held to appear before the the he intends be which shall isville, Probate Court for trial. best in the country. He is doing it by a The children of the Progressive Lyce . Rock Spring, $ 9.50. series of Gift Concerts, the profits of um of Salt Lake held their second exhi . 10.00. Delivered, The third bition last which go te the library. Coalville, 7.60. night. . Delivered 8.00. and the distributed $500,000, drawing It is said that the Saturn smelter at Keep Warm by Getting Good Clean Coal. fourth, which has just been postponed to Sandy station, now under attachment, is YARD AT U. P. FREIGHT DEPOT. March 31st, distributes $1,500,000. Gov. to renew operations. Orders left at Douglass' Meat Market will b Bramlette has almoBt doubled the busihas become an promptly filled. Robbing clothes-line- s ness of the Louisville Eighepidemic. teen clerks are kept busy twelve hours From Sunday's TVibune : 'each day sending off circulars in answer Col. Granger and Col. A. Doubleday to inquiries for tiickets. PUBLICO! have been placed on the retired list after PRO BONO a service of thirty years. Mr. Paddock has received a letter As Mas. "Ogden goes, Eaell, the stating that men are working for $2.50 a so goes, the Territory." , Our TOANO ASD CHERRY CREEK A. II. Earll, is, by the suf- day and paying for their board at French to work and many are glad for frages of his fellow citizens including the Guiana, softer sex, declared to be the most popu- their board. It is the worst place to get to and the hardest to get away from. lar man in the Territory. The UNDERSIGNED HATE PUT ON A NEW Geo. Chrieman, formerly of Salt Lake, THE of Stages which will hereafter be cane is decreed to him as the French died at fever of yellow Caysune, trophy ef victory. On the last night of RUN SEMI-WEEKL- Y the Fair, the ballot stood as follows : Guiana, on the 19th of August. in Lewiston are Times tolerably lively Earll, 725; Judge McKean, 408; Judge between the ahoTe places. and the mill at Camp Floyd is working to Lan-naP. Wells, 67; 94; Mayor Hagan, the satisfaction of everybody. 55; Gov. Woods, 45; Gen. Morrow, Leave Toano Mondays' and Thursdays. Saturday was the most busy day that LeaTe Cherry Creek Wednesdays and Satur 22; Judge Tilford, 21; scattering, 14; a Lake has seen for many weeks. days. clear majority of 314 out of 1406 votes Salt Miss Jean Clara Walters will appear cast. The cane realized $793. in the French Spy. Time, Through in 24 Hours. V . Last night a Smashed. a of sleigb.dash remnants tens with the were stopped in Main Streetand ,4 ap bv running against o the of Ogden House, sign post . fn,rrd to claim the animals, the NOTICE. Mercantile Institution, dry-goo- 0 them wd Messrs. Carroll and Dee ok be claim to their stable, where t hey may ed hy their owners. Ymas. to For Pure Wine and Brandies go opposite Walker JJro's TT. 0 H. Clark's uiu-i- JAS. L. HORROCKS, Main St., Offdon. e. JOIIX PIXCOCK. Drugs, Groceries, and Fancy Goods, II : v TO II A r : ; . : if NowSIDEDullfHTig, EAST for tale at PRICES. MAIN STREET, ,' - OGDEN, UTAH. SEW GOODS, . J - JUST RECEIVED, The most Competent Drug gist in the Territory will attend to the preparation of Medicines. Tho Best and Cheapest Imported Furniture ever offered' in this city. The patronage of tbe public and es pecially that of the late firm is solicited. GALL GROCERY. FAMILY IIIS EXTENSIVI 8T0C2 of . i Are constantly kept on hand and offered THE LOWEST AS REMOVED FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND INSPECT. ; ! JOHN BOYLE. JOSEPH C. GRAHAM, Finh Street, - - Ogden. PARPE &BOESSEL. ATTENTION TO HIS NIW AND . select stock of NTITES AXD PROVISIONS GROCERIES CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. FASHIONABLE DRESS-MAKIN- fellow-townsma- n, gold-head- JOHN BOYLE DEALER IN ROCK SPRING d76-3- 'v "' s,. . dy, y. post-offic- JE5 From Sunday's Her. COALVILLE COAL. (hr00IhOgde io Condensations. aid: 31 us. GRAHAM, - - Fifth Street, 18 WATCHMAKERS & JEWELERS, G. MAIX &TRKET, OGDEX Ogden. "Watches, Clocks, PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE ALL KINDS of FASHIONABLE ; JEWELRY, FLATED J SILVER WARE; NEEDLE-WOR- ; ' ' CUTLERY,'' for ladles and children. C 4 STAIRS SPECTACLES. lie J. IIOLTHER, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Guns, Pistols, UP BOOMS RECEPTION n, Oepeb or the Wkk. Parties, socia- - happy reunions will be the order Ladies are busy prepar- Qui week. for the many festi- trees ajCbristnias riiH will be given on Christmas eve. $j4tty, the owner of that seventy and pi m:key, Thkateb Last Saturday Night. A that he had fattened for fair audience assembled last Saturday day, and of which he by a conscienceless vandal, taiiuoiher of smaller proportions, ltftiuiigiviug uircWti evening, when the drama of "Ticket-of-Leav- e Man" was presented with good effect. Mr. Lindsay sustained his part day, he declares, he with usual spirit. Messrs. G. J. Wright, li "make the feathers fly." J. L. Dee, Wright, Horrocks and others rendered their characters with anima tion. Mr. Caldwell did not know his Christmas Presents ioi ill rack kind of things In endless d part, and we recommend that he devote cheaper than the cheapest for cash. All a little more time to study. Mrs. G. J. nr ranted as represented. CS1 PARPE t BOESSEL. Wright was, as usual, perfect and attractive. Mrs. Bewring was, of course, KisnFALL, On Tuesday last a young splendid; her rendition of the character u named Asper, brakesmen en the of Mrs. Willoughby could not be improvnut county narrow guage railroad, ed upon. Sam, that boy Sam, was fine. coming down a very steep grade The play gave great satisfaction, and relill tome flat cars when he allowed the ceived much applause. Pd of the train to reach to a great fiteh before he A Side Sceke. "A man never gets applied the brakes. See- iagthat the train had conhis what there is a wobut into a got beyond difficulty mi he jamped, and strikine the eround man at the bottom of it," said the witty ittiilj, dislocated hia shoulder. He is Gautier to a friend. "There yon are progressing favorably under good nurs- mistaken," was the reply, "for a man has just fallen from the fourth story of a building and broken his neck; a woThe Wallace Troupe will man was not at fault in that instance." Ppttr this evening at the Ogden The- "Certes Bhe was, for the fellow was ror the first time, and offer for the watching a beautiful woman as she was otertainment of the people an excellent on her promenade, and putting his head mme. Sonrs. farce. danRfn. too far out of the window, lost his baliUmatioas and other attractions ance and fell." with EthioDhian minstrelsv. will Two brothers in the southwestern The Company have lately of this city,' were devotedly attachpart raea from the East and their perfoto ed a young lady of Box Elder County, rms are hisrhlv snotfin f. wherstsr a resident of Ogden. The but lately W We eiven exhihitiiirm A rinh elder of the two resigned his claims to "Wu promised to all who Beek amuse- the younger one, as he said he did not want her. Armngements were made T the for bridal MoCH OF ceremony, the bridegroom It. A farmer from Inn and delirous with joy "'gnborhood happy, expectant, Of MnH-irttt'Rotllm, shed his team to the of his at fruition hopes; the maiden, a post in. front of a and full of last eager anticipations ef a Saturday morning. He had coy future. Yesterday evening was ww "is butter, and when he went bright M the time appointed for a union of the &gon to get it, it was found miss- twain into one "for aye and evermore." "ne same unfortunate man was i a pair of boots and and a boll Justice Middleton was engaged to join the youthful couple in the bonds of holy which he had bought a few mo- e"s before wedlock, but as the hour approached .vfn Starting v , M5 uvuic ill in tr for the performance of the rites, sad to He is now wondering whether ' "weasary to watch his team all the relate, the caprioious damsel refused to me saiety of the goods in comply with the solemn promise she had made. - The youth did not become frantic, nor tear his raven locks, nor yet WedBMdEy lh9 j7U contemplate submitting the question of tniuiam Ruin,, will, ,:. .... this mundane II 11- - making his exit from uia ouu nrrt man about ?0 years of age, liv- - sphere of sin and trouble to the arbitra ment of a bottle of laudanum. Not he, rl7 wiled, in Summit County, were he was too practical. He took off his 8 ' WBen William Jr. good clothes and donned his ordinary vui U01U 01 aPoie which apparel, and kept up a stout heart. The 6 :.tU l. brother of the disappointed suitor told him that it was his intention, yesterday, 111,0 "io sleigh, 6 " . od.v, . " n contact with the hammer to break up the match, but concluded, to let him have the girl. A snot entering his burned child dreads the fire, and the ' Mftirm "ud,nflictin2 A hero of a li lie drama won't have her tfor! CiKfCalVille' now, as he says "he was taken in once, WUnd Md renounced and he can't be again." A husband and da "'"'uu couio a fat fee are lost, but the first article is T'Sown still plentiful in the market. jii'ia Christmas varie-fam- (nods con-Mtt- ed f. m ' ESTKA.Y NOTICE. Stages make close connections at Cherry Creek with Pioche, Hamilton and Eureka Stages. Hay a of Main Strtet. Block Wut HAVE IN MY POSSESSION THE FOLLOW-ia- g described animals, which if not claimed and taken away within ten days from present date, will be sold to the highest responsible bidder, at the District Stray Pound, at Brigham City Tuesday, December 30th, 1873, at 2 o'clock, p. m.: On dark red two year old steer, crop of both ears, resembling having been frozen, little white under belly, bush of tail wnit. One li&ht red ball face two year oia neifer, little white under belly, crop of left upper hip, ill right ear branded resembling (A) on left hip. One light red steer call, little wniU over back and under belly. One red better call, wnite tinder belly, left flank, over rump, and part of tail. One light red 3 year old heifer, little white under belly, uuderslope of au;h ear. ; ... -l NEEDLE ACCOMMODATIONS. S MOFFITT CM witty. ZSTotice. On white cow, red head and neck, in face, some red spots on sides, four some white or fir years v . ; ( ..---;- T. E. BROWN, M. I). Tvnvtrmiv conn if 1 KT 'D riHSTICTTtTCT AN Alumnus of University of Va., Graduate of Kichmond Medical College, Va., Resident Physician and Surgeon to College Hospital; fellow of Va. Medical society. X a FINE COGNAC BRANDY, J . Case Goods, u tf :.'i.v,u Paints, OIl, Turps, Tarnishes, e V aw a r Depot. Good Attached. Bar JOHN Presiding. tsia BEC1ITOL, X. II.BEAKDSLET, Proprietor. d9tf. - , STORE, -- MRS. EMMA CARTER, Superintendent. UfSa EXPERIENCE A3 A WHOSE in the East enables her to solicit the of Ogden and Ticiuily, patronage ef the people Jails attention to the superior stock on Laud. MILLINERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS. BUSTLES, KID GLOVES, And all other articles furnishing goods in the pertaining to Ladeis' Latest and most Fashionable Styles, And sold at cheaper rate than can be bought to examine elsewhere in Utah. All are routed the goods in the .tore before purehasmg. NEW DKUG STOKE, On Fifth Street. O- - Xa.' AltD Drujr. DEALE OF ' w so MSI r o OF FOB MEDICINAL LIQUORS O Cakes Ornamented 01 Io Order, EIIOUT NOTICE M fit 02 i WEDDING Ai 5a CAKES; A J. H. KELSON, Street . . . Ogden. 3 Finh dl-t- f o GEO. frer em 6. 9 s- - A. I'RIXCE & CO. Organs&Mclodeons The Oldest, largest, end Most Perfect Mennfa tor; in tb. Caited States. K9n n n .9 'CALL AND SEE. V CSE3. f3T Stock new and Complete. WATJ31K.' PASTRY of ALL KINDS a BRANDS ON HAND. SODA AND R , Also, ..; ICE CREAM o ' Jperfumery, Toilet Articles, Stationery, ; - Fine Cigars, etc FINE o H DRUGGIST, M AU USDS . 3a a Peotolo8, PRESCRIPTION : Fine Stock of Perfumery and j Toilet Articles vi C0N8TANTLT as , GKOCERIES.-- I w Etc., tl AND . 0 - " ! ' WHISKIES, WINES, GINS, H ' PURE Fourth Street, BE ARDSLEY HOUSE, BU GS, f ( wifery. J ' Patent Medicines Medicine, Surgery and Prime Beef, Mutton, Prop, ' Dealer in BUTCHER SHOP. --- uT.oa 187-l- jr Win. DRIVER, on leff bip. . The MtraoMre' of th public 1 respect fully ' k W tolicitea. One light red heifer calf, under bit in both ears, OtHce and Residence, Main Street. and has a rope rouad its neck. One blue and white speckled, 3 year old steer, upper half crop off of left ear nninteligible brand on left hip. One brindle and white speckled yearling steer swallow fork in right ear, illegible brand en left hip. rtOne red and white 3 year old steer, three hole, r lu right ear, branded II on left hip.' ' " On red and whit speckled yearling heifer, I i S ' ,.; . i I i .; i k ! M ; three holes in right ear, branded M on left hip.' som brookled-faced One red yearling heifer, Ogden. white on belly, 3 holes in right ear, branded H on on left hip. One red brocklod face 3 year old steer, some WHITE'S OPPOSITE BARNARD white on belly and sidas, 2 sliU in left err, brand: left on HV YARD. also LUMBER ed X on right side, hip. , One red yearling eteer, some white on belly, swallow fojk in left and under bit in right ears, illegible brand on left hip. One red yearling heifer, some warts en nose. Good Cats and how Prices. One red and white speckled yearling heifer, redsides, hole in left, hole and under bit in right v ' ' ' tf "one red yearling steer, hole in left, and under iirfi.in nfr itf ricrlit ears, no brand Tisible.off ef One red yearling heifer, hole and crop left ears, illegible brana on leu nip. and red 4 speckled old, Oae Spanish cow, years No white, crop eff right ear, under bit in both. brands visible. Opposite Union N. WM FIFE, , T PER DAT. FIR8T-TEALS 500. BOARD District Pouodkeeper. accommodations. ( 1873. Dec. 22d, Ogden, OGDX CITY. J MAIX ST., OGDEX, . LADIES CIQAR3 In greet t; '. ... City Drug S TORE. -- ' MITCHELL, Agent, Cherry Creek. Agent, Toano, old. branded THE i GOSSETT, fc F. F. MARX, CARTRIDGES. GUN CHOICE TOBACCOSnd ' iFAEE, 815: IN SIT POSSESSION THE THAVR animals, which, if not claimed and taken away, will be sold to the highest rebidder the District Stray Pound, at with the Diseases of the Eastern and Western at sponsible Ogden City, Weber Co., Wednesday, De. 31st States and Territories has located permanently at 1873, at z p.m. Ogden City, and promises first class service, upon One large bay mare, small white spot in face, tk. tnd tnnat imnroTed methods of Allo T on left shoulder, she is shod all branded pathic Treatment in all department of round, 7 or $ years old. Mid, Repairing Neatly Executed, 1834m ; ; a. aiAvsun, District Pouudkeeper. Brigham City, Dec 20th, 1873. Estray FIRST-CLAS- jLmmunition. ' Good Workmanship Guaranteed. Cloth me Cleaned and Repaired. , I AND Fifth Etkeit, Ogden, 0 d i64 tf ' W. D. 1VIILIA3IS. '