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The Methodist Episcodeaicated be will Church pal morning, amid the services appropriate This elegant and to the occasion. tasteful structure was built by Mr. W M. Daly, and attests the spirit and enterprise of those who have united in rearing a temple of worship that is not only adapted to the object to which it u devoted, but possesses the extraneous merit of being conspicuous as an orna ment to Ogden. It is constructed in the style of architeture, and stands out in bold relief, dtsplaying to advantage its beautifully modelled pro portions, although the spire and other accessories are yet wanting to make it complete in its finish. Mr. William M. Daly, the architect, has shown great skill in preparing the plan and execut ing it with fidelity. The interior of the 82x50 feet in dimensions, the is church IS feet. It is fitted up ceiling reaching with neat and comfortable spring seats, in all forty pews,' and room left for an addition of more when required. The aisles and the space fronting the pulpit, are carpeted, and all the appointments are made with an eye to harmony and good taste. Rev. L. B. W. Long, the popular pastor of the Church deserves much praise for his industry and zeal in advancing the interests of his charge. B II TELEGRAPH CHEAP COAL- Cushing's War Record. Of A. Superior Quality Dkdicatiox, . pnuinm Coft. fi"4 . u t - . m w Ai an IVKUF Cyclopedia. - nf Appleton' .nnT!iDhical appear- - TOlu fW MI,ted riBi tec era, ' - .mount of . k.r. WOH contained in rk . ,ni statistics ""'reader it a most valuable ae-i- u PlS, library. The delirery of il will be made i March, . Mr Van Rensselaer most '"m live further orders, for the . iiUreW" ,. iht. character ex- . c,pW jttsuij "'- -- ' in. " l'et terday, a stout TTZTrw iUl T ..ui.-it- Id L not entirely v. Ironworks with the .,.hat dis- - moTe-MI1- D discomfobbolated near the U.C. learneJ that it CWi g06t'iipoinof couple ij'Sllud pu9son.. In hot haste the !Lriet.ref the pony came up town to if r ..... ,:.t.--nnlice. when . i l de-h- e he bad left information --.- two"p'u8ons" came letsurely along ...n.in the owner. They had run .he animal, wh.ch y found ypreeaing 7 bard against a telegraph the ouadruped, had Hiu charge, and were Ungtbegen'leman, who was making arrest mutual ex- -' preparations for their 14 thnnlcs were ptoations loiioweu, highway rob- - Iwoud, eu to the supposed returned ic Snow Shed Burned. A snow shed on the Central Pacific road, was destroyed by fire yesterday morning. The regular passenger train due here this morning was consequently detained, and will not reach this city till some time tonight. ' bers. etening Officer Parry the emigrant train en j;..-.r.a man unlawful objects. of whom he suspected a pistol for sale; upon He was offering he was a passenger whether enquiring violent and became he a had ticket, ind him that informed Mr. Tarry abusive. had no he if that and officer, an was he On being ticket he must leave the train. AowoV.-L- ast a he used blasphemous ejected and pro. fne language, wherupon the officer into, custody, and he was tool; him y he was brought be- locked up. Thomson, Alderman charged with to abusive and using language, profanity and costs. 5 indfined JlMihtjo iit see through a it Bide a sad mistake in fleber, Jtf Is The Dark. A popular art divine, hailing from the TofeMor mile-ston- e, thinking through the impenetrable darkness which prevailed last night. He talk bis way down to the depot in haste, great intending to meet the train flick was to bear him away to hit trundle bed, but the gyrations he per. formed in flanking bottomless depths, and beating around pools where the mud ind slush were within a fraction of three feet scant, , were acrobatio feats tkat only helped him to his discomfit- m. He succeeded in crossing railroad 'neks after making several steps which Barred the outlines of his centonr, but jet he couldn't quite see through a mile- Mae. Thinking that he was on terra Mi aa he planted his foot on a treach- wu isle, he felt himself sinking, sink-iannlil be feared that he would reach to 'no bottom' mark of the sounding- Bathe did, and floundered in the uruatil bis ewn identity became a nation of grave doubt. He reached ""depot, but to aggravate his misery, tore was no train comine that niirht i would be none till So he '"raced hit steps, and managed to find y to the hospital roof of a friend, hair stood on the ends like "the Villi of a fretful porcupine" as the """"i of moving mountain of mud oke upon his r, gaie. But the .of caUgut. soon made """If known and forgot his sorrows in it semi-eoth- could cut g, From this morning's Condensations. Herald: The Singer Manufacturing Co., have published a circular to the effect that a firm in Montreal are manufacturing sewing machines in imitation of the genuine Singer, and that steps have been taken to prosecute the said firm for an infringement of Letters Patent. It is desired that the Z C. M. I. should communicate all necessary information regarding the purchase of spurious machines by persons living in this vicinity. At a pigeon shooting match for the gold medal offered by the Wasatch Club, to the ciampion shot, Mr. T. Selby carried the prize, having bagged fifteen birds. On Tuesday, the 27th inst., a match will take place for $100, at twenty birds. Several Gentiles protest against the taxassumption of the payers, who held a meeting last Wednesday night, in endeavoring to place themselves at the head of certain movements " in this Territory. of Silver Rufus King, City, Idaho, has entered into an arrangement to act as chief cook of the Idaho ' penitentiary. One half interest in the Magnolia mine has recently been sold for a large sum to the Hons. W. H. Hooper and W. ' ' V .Y Jennings, of Salt Lake. Two boys were fined for an exhibition of hoodlum proclivities at a concert on Thursday night. From the Tribune: v The thermometer stood at 57 degrees yesterday. A heavy storm raged in the mountains yesterday and lasted all day. Advices from the East, Btate that several important negotiations for the sale of Utah mines are pending. The Mammoth Copperopolis Company have ' expended $160,000 in improving their property during the last two - years. The amount of exports, imports manufactures and shipment! from the mining districts for 1874, is largely in excess of any in the history of the Territory. From yesterday's Newt: ... j The import business of the Utah Cenelcooe tral for the year 1872, in several parlici sleep. ulars exceeded that of 1873, although See Geo. Whitehead's the total of that of the latter year exceeded tkat of the former. While the eriisenient. total inward freight of 1871 was over 63,000 tons, that of "1872 was nearly Hr-Ne- xt Tuesday evening, double, or over 93,000 tons, and that of Byaier will lecture before 1873 was ever ,i or about one tons, 115,000 uni Man'. i fifth more than that of 1872, and nearly "Cecity Hall, on the interesting sub- - two and a half times that of 1871. Geology. Mr. By water handles bwia masterly;manner, and "Pecttosee a full house. Admls-"rAll Right. The Chief of Police wants information of John C. McFarhn, who came to this city two years ago ajd C0 went to work for the Gayoso Gas ComBY WAY OF pany. ' His Father, Peter McFarlin, of ST. JMSSm Ogden City, Utah, writes cencerning him. Petition the wise home. In We clip the above from the Memphis u imw r . ' T"Tet reach his des Avalanche of the 80th ult. Peter McFar-lan- e and for tiie accomJw'we, of it,.; Paciflc n is a and respectable via Kan- : obtiw- "nets loniirmonta nnsar- - citizen of and his son John is Ogden, ,, Mimri Pacific R erv- - also no in R. is these stranger parts. John "fth8 Mil'r h!, ttorm nothing wrong except 81Pen "fher with iu has been doing neglecting to write to his parents for a and 'est. couple of years. This is bad enough. rWemj .rpr?M Tr'ns at honrs Mr. McFarlane wrote to the authorities ma point of Memphis for information, hence the itkLtrt.1!n.d?!1'''- Particular7 iuforBut Johnnv has written iad at above notice. ,,cll"offl,-- i in th u est, to the folks at home, and they are re WWa p "'":;n Wication too'. H. Citv. joicing in the he is all that knowledge St, y. right and doing wclL discon-operato- , ' ' T.;. e. ' EST f - Texas in a Blaze of Ex I well-know- 'S.S!! - APPLY TO f- - IV. IAX12, - r - Washington, 1G. The Attorney General has received dispatch from the U. S. Marshal at Aus tin, Texas, stating the fact of Gov Cook's inauguration yesterday, and say ing that armed men wtro guarding the executive otiicers; and other armed men were holding posession of the legislative halls; that a conflict seemed inevitable, and a message from the Attorney Gen eral might avert trouble. The Attorney uenerai replied tbat be could only ap peal to the parties to peacefully adjust their difficulties, it possible; that he had no power to interpese force, nor had the Marshal any duty to perform in the pre mises except to use his moral influence Gov..I"avis, .of Texasi telegraphed the that he is entitled) unrregiaent, der the constitution, to hold office until the 28th of April, that he is making preparations to protect the State s officers, and asking military assistance. There is not a probability that government will interfere, In the Senate the consideration of the inflation of currency coming up, Sherman spoke at length on the subject. He argued that it had been practicable dur ing the patt lour years to advance to specie value. One tenth of the amount of specie, which had been used to pay the public debt, not due, would have restored specie payment. The demands of the inflationists could not be met. They would never have currency enough. The present was the time to stop, and bring the currency to a gold standard. the legal tender lie spoke of reserve, and said he thought the special act of Congress was against it; reviewed the plans proposed for the resump tion of specie payment, and thought the surest way was by retiring the notes; but feared the contraction would be too severe upon ine people. iue people were now in debt less than ever before. He referred to the national banking system, which he thought ,was a good one; but he would preferto see but one kind of money in circulation in the country, and that issued by government, convert-abl- e at the will of the holder, in gold. Sherman said that specie was the only true standard of value. No other could be established. Bills of exchange, etc., were used for the convenience in heavy settlements. England and France recognize the importance of maintaining their paper at a specie value, and did bo. The United States recognized this duty, but refused to perform it. Isational banks would be forced to redeem their notes in coin if the United States did theirs. Congress is bound by public faith and good policy to bring our currency to a specie standard. Congress bad promised by the act of '69, from which he read, to do this at the earliest practicable moment, but he was sorry to say had not done a single act tending to redeem their pledge. In the National Woman s bunrage a committee was apconvention pointed to act in conjunction with thea local association of the District of Colum-biin making Congress give suffrage to the women of the District. Miss Anthony read a petition to Congress to be relieved from the sentence of the court, which was endorsed by the convention, at the for voting for Grant and Wilson ' late presidential election., A resolution was unanimously adoptea caning ior the impeachment of Judge Hnnt, who Vice President sentenced Anthony. Wilson beine in the hall, was called en for a speech, hut declined by his physician's orders; but said he had long since came to th8' conclusion that his wife, mother and sisters were as much entitled to vote as he, and he had not changed his mind. Austin, Texas, 16. , ,.,,,., - Great excitement here this, evening over the arrest of the mayor by some of Gov. Davis' colored- guards. One hundred citizens rallied to the Call for assistance by the sheriff, who came to the rescue of the mayor, and for some time trouble seemed imminent, but Gov. Davis informed the sheriff that the arrest was a mistake, and had the mayor released. Subsequently all troops on both sides disbanded, causing great rejoicing. Th.r .Z. LUNCHEON. AT . ; . ' LU N Alto a Private Room Tor Company. Porters, and Aid all other kindi of Grease, at 33. ItvXctHom'js SOAP FAVTQliX, ' FAMILY 7 s 1 ',' lisped by CALL AND - PARPE & BOESSEL. Ogden. AND r f: CHEATER THAN TUB CHEAPEST. ! ZION'S ' ITATCUMAKERS & JEWELEKS, FASHIONABLE Mercantile Institution, DRESS -- MA KING. MAIN STIIEKT, OGDEN Will received only In iti 4 MRS. GRAHAM, RETAIL DEPARTMENTS. V be ; W. Fifth Street, If. HOOPER, Supt, IS 0 YES!! 0 YES!! - JEWELllY, PLATED SILVER WARE; KEEDLE-WOK- , RECEPTION ROOMS UP Orders left at Dotifclais' Meat Market will be promptly filled. Guns5Fist6is, J. MOLTIIEIt, L. Fifth Steibt, Ogdkn, Black West o: Main 183-l- JOIIX FIKCOCK. : NEEDLE ! 1 M IHltS. McCLTJSItY, MIDWIFE AND S blocki East of -- ;i -- o RUN SEMI-- Subscription! taken for all the Papon ef the day . d2463mj .Local, Kaetern and Western. ;..; " paid for Eggs and Chickens lj : daji. I TEN CENTS MAILED TO MB, I lend you a Receipt, telling how yon can cur; yonrcough wirhin 48 houra alter following my prescription, which ii limple and will not coot you anything for medicine, aa it will show you that you nave the remedy wium reacn or your J. A. JONKS own homes. d61-2' Box 79. Oeden City, Utah. . FOR - ' i o A ';'.!;!.- - Shipping MERCHANT I P.O .Box 21. dl7-t- 1 ;' v7) CLsrry Creek f.S . .... . Weduesdaya and Satai . ; O ACCOMMCOATIQNS. FIRST-CLAS- S PI FAJRE, 815. O " H Z .s a M ,! SB t. MOrFITT sfc f o CiOSSETT. T. MARX, Agent, Toano, go y ! . , , MITCHELL, ", Agent, Cherry Creek, MAY 9 r. w 1 f LUMBER 2 A 43 ; K M M i u. p. feeiget derot. seae OGDEN, white" pine Lumber, Lath, und Shingle, ri 8 f YARD, Corner Wall and Sixth Street, o ti o 3 UTAH. FIFTH STREET, - 8 IFm a Specialty, ':;.' - between lbs abor. placet. General Produce COMMISSION EEKLY Etaffts make close connections at Cherry Crssk, with Piocbe, UaisHtoa aud KUreka Slages. 7 CO H T. E. BROW5, M. D. E. P. BROWN. ' Time, Through in 24 Hours. 4 2 W " ; Leave. STOP THAT COUGH - ' IeaTe Toano Monday! and Thursdays. V soon be followed by "His Check Was What Made Hiia." rrt IIAVE PUT ON A NEW TIIE UNDERSIGNED of titagei wtiicb will bsrealler U 'U t ( ',?( i ."... i... f ! "Her Face Was Fortune," will d97-- TOASO AND CHEERY CEEEE- : -- . - Ogden. Wall Papers Of tli. Beit Patterm.: i V CIQARd In t PKO BONO rUBLICO! UTAH. ; CIUAItS AXD TOBACCO. , ; 1 Books, Periodicals, Magazines, Pictures, Albums, Stationery, &c. ; CHOICB TOBACCOsTnd Tari.ty, (Late C. B. McGregor 4 Co.), Fifth Street, t CARTRIDGES. W. TURNER, GEORGE - GUN PHYSICIAN, , the Tabernacle, OGDEN, '7-. O (. Repairing Neatly Executed., Cloth ing Cleaned and Repaired. -' 7- Ammunition. ; Street, Good Workmanship Guaranteed. ' AND FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Ilalf a M STAIRS COAL. Rock Spring, $ 9.50. 10.00. Delivered, 7.60. Coalville, -- 1 Delivered ! V 8.00. " Keep Warm bj Getting Good Cleari Coal. YARD AT U. P. FREIGHT DEPOT. & ; cutlery, SPECTACLES, , for ladies and children. AMD d76-3- "Watches, Clocks, Ogden. PREPARED TO UNDKKTAKB ALL KINDS FASHIONABLE ROCK SPRING COALVILLE - . y, is-th- e " INSPECT. JOHN BOYLE -- The eggs disappeared mysteriously from the nest of a Brunswick man s favorite hen. lie doped one with a powerful emetic, to sicken a neighbor whom lie' thought had something to oo with the disappearance of the fruit. His own son was taken very sick that evening and nearly died. "Transactions in Hair," heading by a Detroit editor to an account of a street fight. ' AXD PROVISIOXS GROCERIES By the breaking of a wheel on a coal T1HT8ICIAN.8BRGEOJT AND OBSTETRICIAN train on the Castle & Shannon railroad, X Alumnui of Cnivercity of Va., Graduate of while crossing a high trestle, the Kichmopd Medical College, Va., Resident Phyii-cia- n and Surgeon to College llospital; Yellow of train broke in two and all of the cars a. Medical ' society. were precipitated over one hundred feet After a number of yeari practical acquaintance the tJiseasei of the Lutern and Wextem a Draxe-ma- n with to the bottom of the gorge, States and Territories has located permanently at and a boy were crushed to death. City, and promise! first class seriice, upon V " New YorkS."" Ogden :; "i f tite latest and must improved methods at Allo' The following is the letter of Caleb pathic Treatment in all departments of ,, " Medicine Surgery and ' 'MidCuehing, to Governor Andrews: New Buryport, April 25, '61. wiferyThe patronage Of the public is respectfully Sir: I beg leave te tender myself to solicited. however humble, you in any capacity, in which it may b possible for me to Office and- Residence, Main Street. tf contribute to the publio weal in the no I have present critical emergency. desire to survive the overthrow of the government of the United States. I am ready for' any sacrifice to arrest such a catastrophe and I ask only W be per" mitted to my life in the service of the Commonwealih and tha Uuioa. I am, very respectfully, , AKB 1 ,. C. Cusuixd. lay-dow- r elect stock of ORDERS 1 UTAH. - a Gil AllAM, JOSEPH - Imported Furniture eter offered in this citj. ., GH0CE11Y. TNVITE9 ATTKKTION TO II1S NKW lt, 187, IlERCIMDISE TOE dins ! Finii Stfeet, OS AND AFTER JANIZARY OOtatl Tho Best anil Clicjipcst - Salt Lake City. dSTlm Cigars, NOTICE. Tallow, STALE BUTTER, Lunch from 10 cU. to 00 ett. The very best Ales, j NEW GOODS, .TUssT REOEiVJED.1'" Adjoining Pugsley'B Mill 19th Ward. II STAND, C . llli ' ... For Kough or Rendered up i TO OG&EX, PRICE WILL BE CASH OR SOAP, J. BON TON HALOON, Jiu fitted a neat v HIGHEST MARKET in THE ' ( IOC .. EAST SIDE MAIX STEEET, . ALBERT CRAY. TBI oi Now JUST CALL AND SEE HIS WINDOW. TALLOW AND GREASE. ' III3 EXTENSIVE , , IS . 16. ' . ALL ITS BRANCHES, CARRIED ON BY the anlMcrilwr. Workshop over tli. Post ffice. Entrance by the alley twtween C. Wool ' anaea'a nqd llie font Office THOMAS WILSON. 187. ; Sr4, Bpt t Pittsburg, Warehouse, Ogden. . LtlBOISTKKY. to-d- - C. M. I. d94-3- CO., AS REMOVED FUHNITUEE the choicest stock of Fliuey Confection. ry in the Territory. All cheap tor th llulidays. ,; is , & II . Salt Lnke City. U. P. Stock Track, H. S. BLANCETT JOHN BOYLE Dstablislinient FIRST SOUTH STREET. "OR TO"'" - WALLACE'S H. Coiifectioiiery Women's Suffrage Con vention. EY TEE TON OR CAR LOAD. U citement. Tnric Sli!.,!H,? ?K lV,ZrJ." ; RSMOElS; HEW YEARS GIFT. -- ! k of the best quality, AhvnrH on Ilimd in Lurtfo Quantities. , NEW RESTAURANT. The Orleans Chop House! FIFTH St., OGDEN. MEALS AT - ALL nOCP--S FIRST-CLASOysters in every ityle. Cigar and Tobacco. Bread, Cke, Pie, etc. C. II. O'JMRSKTT, Prop'r,' iiS-i- n 3. II. eUSGEK, t op t e J! t 0 Tlic Cheapest in Town. CALL AND SEE. O W. P. WIILXL2IS.