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m I Ilashand Traveling. Scene I. Boom ITER IVENINa.Snndari.ieented, in hotel. Spittoons full of cigar stumps. e; tMMMX rsiLinie wirui, Bourbon whisky. All hands equipped i.W. PKNROSK. Editoi and Buineea Mumr. for a night's spree. Husband, in a hurry U be off, writing home: "Dearest Susie: My time is eo occuKotick. U is advisable that our aet with business that I can hardly pied tlementi lake immediate steps to raise spare a niomeat to write to you. Oh! variety of eor-- 1 darliag, hew 1 miss you, anJ the 'only the melasses-producinand muatard, thing that sustains me during ay abcorn ffhum. also broom sence is the thought that every moment for time drying, canning thus tnd prepare in spent is far the benefit of my dear end otherwise saving the different van-etie- s wife and children. Take good care of of fruit, and for making pickles, ysurseif, my dear. Feed the baby on one cow's milk. Excuse haste, ete." that, as far as possible, tnese products Wife at Home Scene II. Parlor. without be importing. supplied All the gas .lit. .Thirteen gaasa widows; nay Fred from around the corner, with Lis , Brigham Yorno, ( - . M. SIX ART fltohW ' - ' George Daniel A. Smith, H. Wells E. WontB, and others ceneerneJ gee Notice in to day's paper, and govern ' yourselves accordingly. . I,-.'- 1 J ' - Kiw Goods. J. Taylor, merchant tailor, Fifth street, "has just received a full stock of spring and summer fabrics. Geutlemen in want.. of new suits will find it to their advantage to call upon Mr For Taylor and inspect his goods. customto 'and satisfaction promptness ers, he is not excelled by ; any in' the above line of business. The Sprinkle. street, yesterday, from Bro. kle on the Badger's oart. The other fell of Heller didn't take all the wind out of his sails. .But the clerk of the weather got ahead of him this morning, and sent us a genial shower, which not only laid the dust on the streets, but caused the farmers and gardeners who had got their crops in, to rejoice inwardly. T SO tee. We have to beg the indul Omitted. readers for the omission of our of gence the usual amount of editorial matter, which is unavoidably left out, to give place for the Conference Minutes. They will be found, however, upon careful perusal, to be full of interesting and instructive mutter, and in that view of the Beciwe we have no apology to offer. and our dissertations sides, profound logical conclusions will not spoil with ieeping, and we shall take great satisfaction in inflicting them upon our un- readers at a future day. offending The EE. rr IS. Dave, the man whose case was petty larceny, Petty Larceny. accused Of Tin. 1st, STOCK, .. ODS, Besefit th occasion of th lendered to Autue Wiigin, it h. een determined uj ou to introduce the dr.nia of Kathleen h Mavt,iirieni," tiit;" of in "Kuth cty.arncn;r ppating and James A- lien.e us "Termc 0 Moore." The tarce of "The day uf ei taeDaik"wiiibe ; i tsenttd in Couclut-ioof the tntei taiiiiueLt. A feeling of pardonable local pride induces us to believe that our citizens will rally in testification of their warm approval of the intrinsic .ability and womanly qualities bo often d'spUred by her on the Oiiden staire. The Dramatic Company will appear in force and give evidence of their admira-I'ioof tbe richly gifted lady who is to the recipient of the testimonial hent-f- SC. " , . .,, Anger's Poison. At Stillwater in Minnesota, the other day, a man whe had been bitten in the hand, in a fight with an enraged fellow laborer was so terribly poisoned thereby that his life could be saved only by amputation of the bitten member. A Dr. Reiner who performed tbe operation, was also infected with the terrible poison through a slight scratch on his ewn hand, and actually died soon thereafter in delirious agony. In fact, the bites 'of infuriated human beings have so often produced the same sy rap tons that are witnessed in hydrophobic and serpent poisonings as to prove almost that ungovernable rage in a man induces a poisonous secretion in his saliva! Roller Explosion. From the Inter-Ocea- . iA frightful calamity occurred at the village of Shstwangunk, N. Y.,'on the Wallkill Valley llailwayon Sat. As the hands urday night last were h aving Condit's paper mill (a new structure erected at a ccst of $100,000) at 6 o'clock p. m., a large rotary boiler exploded, nearly demolishing the building, and burying many laborers iu the ruins. Seven persons were killed and three fatally wounded. The explosion was terrific, the boiler, weighing five tons, being thrown six hundred feet. Intense excitement prevailed, and a mob threatened to lynch the superintendent on account of alleged criainal carelessness iu using a condemned boiler. 1 The gden, cou-etaat- mentioned yesterday, had the desired interview with Alderman Thomson this moraing It was not very satisfactory to either party. Dave was not satisfied with the position he was placed int and the Alderman was not satisfied as to hi? innocence, hut those who identified and claimed he stolen property were satisfied that tbvy had hten robbed. The Alrtwr nun iIiou.Ih the mutter wiu!d bear t'u , An old clergyman spying a boy creepther investigation, and urgently pieesui ing hroH(ft a fence exclaimed: "What! I to Davi upon tenia n the city' honorm crawling t a tence! Pigs do that" Tough guest mi i this evening. hu hi weiilti "Yes," retorted the boy, "and old bogs be pleased to e him again upon (he jo along the street." ; ; v. - The wife of a laborer named subject. ., I 1 vielin; Jin; from acrossthe way,, with his banjo; Jack, from above, with his guitar; Sam, from below, with his flutl; lots of ot'ier fellows, with their instruments. ' iMnciae aud sinking, sidebuard covered with nuts, fruits, cake cream, wine, whisky, etc. Wj e in. a ,burry tg V ' dunce, writing to husband: "Dear HflBBYr How lonesome; 1 feel in your absence. The hours pans tedious; ly. Nobody calls on me, and I am thinking of hetime wieq you will be home aud your cheerful countenance light up the routine of every-da- y life. My household duties keep me constantly employed. I am living as economical as possible, knowing that your small income will net admit of frivolous expense. Bat now dear, I will say good-by- , or I will be too late for the monthly eoncert of prayer. In haste, yours, etc" .. . , ' , ,, We had a nice sprin- -- rOn l prot-Ifere- d. FUR HITUR3I BY TELEGRAPH. PUMPS!PUMPS! t Tlie T.ajr. ''i Overed, living at Wick, Somersetshire, England, eave birth to th ee boys on April 14, I'l l , to a )'ur h on the fo lowing day. Duly two,. however, are now aiive. tirif AMERICAN. Waahingten, 7. Gov. Shepherd was examined and before the District Inbut added Committee vestigating aothing to the previoua examination. by ireat lnterest was excited the action on the Centennial bill. Tbe alternative i &ow between- - fabling the bill and its recommitment. In the latter case its friends are lifting to mend i so It trtll pass, but U appears certain (he House wiil not aparopritMe $3,000,000 at tbe present session. The Senate executive session returned the nomination of McCook to be Governor of Colorado to the committee on Territories, at the request of bis friend. Secretary Richardson writes from Augusta, Georgia, that he wi'l be here next week. ,:t ; , "a t .' In the Senate, Anthony presented a memorial from toe, yrim ere nd pivs men't.f Washlngtati,' pi -- iei? It g aj;e t"1! ' he reducing of riy for (iovertiUient ' A i priming; ri'erret. , Sargent rpoi ted back the flense bill for the aid of the sufferers by the dver-- ' flowing, of. the Mississippi, vith an amendment authorizing the Secretary of War te issue' rations and .array clothing to the destitute, add 1 appropriating $100,000 therefor; passed. - , The House went into Committee of the Whole on the centennial bill. - r Garfield' opposed the bill) 'and argued against the assumption that the national honor was pledged to support the Inter national Exposition, and declared that en the contrary Congress had carefully guarded against committing itself. Tie expressed the opinion thalilio exposition would be a failure.' ' It was an inappro priate day for 'such an exposition. The fourth of July, 180, ought to be solemn ly observed throughout tbe country, but not in tbe way proposed by tbe bill. Dawes argued against; the bill on the score of economy. Hawley, of Conn., interrupted Dawes by asking, excitedly, why, as chairman of the Ways and Means committe, he did not bring in a tax bill if the country was behind financially. Dawes replied, tauntingly, that Hawley appeared with a show bill in one band and tax bill in tbe other.' ' Randall and Luttrell spoke in favor of the bill, and Hawley closed the debate v ; on the same side. - j ? The question was then taken on ordering the bill to the third reading, and it was rejected. ... . . Hale, of Maine, moved to reconsider the vote and to lay that motion on the table. The latter motion wae iost. Beck moved to substitute the financial , bill; rejected. Hale then moved to table the bill, but pending the vote a motion to adjourn carried. The bill' comes up again to' morrow," ." i cross-examin- POB 8ALK THE BKST for deep or (fallow welie. Also, Pw-PoinU for Drive Vf ell Pusipe, with uht roc pipl.f. Pnaipt ranairadand fitted tpnanaaea. able wrraa, at M OBkabop, Titbijas; ufflee, , 141-t-f , , !. MILLINERY. MrsJJL.B O WRING Betarai her tlkeere thaiki te th Ladies of Ogden ef , V t(t libera! ahane patroa-- C ettMta4 w ker darmj tie paet year, a4 te tall ibair atteai.an la ker ttaek I ' Caeieti3f HaU, Jiontieit, Feathery e"" iiTn Flowert, Hibbof etc. H. a kail Vnfr Ctetklnv. ajware kail eiotki aerth of I.C.M.l. iai'i lns' kuJ. t One " ; V; 4 uonitiSG. he.oi'ened: the'ogdn house Tfell kaewa tkreafbeat the Untie ttaUe ae a FIRST CLASS HOTEL! Ie now npea Ibr tke aeeommedatiea JlEUJiyiSIIEJD s, i Tree sack to and from tie Depot k Porter iu attendants. n ale u ; T sciILT, Prp'r e XOW OX EXI2IBIT10X, AXD FOR MAZE AV J. BOYllE & ....Go!s. i, .. - . . EAST SIDE MAIN STIIEET, OGDEar, Ail kinds of Housfliold goods, for the Drtyrlnr Soom. Turlftr , KV 1.. in or jiea-uoo-1 Va new styiw or Lookins: ' Aiiciten Cllasses, Paper Hangings, Window Khade., ' t.; i 1 av. neu tICIDH anil r4T, 4a rimtAoc Ml mlWk at Mirrs.ouu tnuci and beautify Happy HomM. T. J d m i ' J J '' i! J ) SPRING BEDS A SPECIALTY. W. FOULGEE, X - Main Street, - i - Ocdta. Notions, Boots and Shoes, TTltL BB rTACEB, v DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS SODA WATER. SPARKLIKO I0DA tut BitrkH,' oil OCDEN MANUFACTORY, lTholfiale or Retail, . t OX KEASOXJBLE TERMS. ii-- ( City Caitomen can be espplied aaily at ikalr reeidencMj ; i j h , Bet 29 triii Now Good? now Arriving for Sprinjjaiid Summer Trade. ' re-tt- iv : J !. i PAY.NE & CHRISTUN. dli:-- n ", i i i V GRAIN, i AND OTHER PRODUCE PUBLICNOTICE. KICEIYin IK To onr Friends and Patrons In Town nnd;Conntry We wish to tender to you our grfc. ful acknowledgements for the . Very large amount of patronage you kayt beetowsd upon ut ia tbe pait, and we are resolved if Litiful and bouoDatla trading, will merit your eonfideaoa ia thi future, we are resolved that absdl '! t ff f,.; be our lidt' t f eouduet, poigow itifrfastd a BieauB " long utado very together We wb bars extennve purchases ia Uati and Ccps, UocU and .s in , ' 1 Exchange for Goodo. in- PRICES ALWAYS AT THE LOWEST FIGURES W. FOUIiGER 4 J. W. CARTER JAS TK D-Aim T. ;E, BROWN, M; D. j BEST MACtUJfS tH THS WOL, AlrMNCI t DOMESTIC "I t , J t 7. Daniel Boone had a very Lotiiinii, 7. religious creed It, was simply to love and ,uike IqttieCiintmoiis.to day, iis!i fVnr God, heli( ve :n Jesus Chr ft, do all Utuler' tecrMiiry f ilie cirn Depart-mcnti e g iod in bis ne ghbora ' and himat lf t.id. u ri'fly to a 'ites'Min,' t:i-11 i i t a s t ai he coul i, and us lit. le harm as he Govt rtimetif vriili atic , could. relatn.ns and it, dipli to n ccive overtures to that tnd, reaJy A couimiitee comp sed of an equal but none such have yt-- been received. number of luliwns and F.nglishiRen, has Bourke alsoj in reply to Sir .Henty be n formed in Venice for the purpose of Wolff, said the present government had erecting a monument to Lord Byron at not considered it their duy to take steps some sui able spot in Venetian territory. to carry into execution . the sixth clause of the Treaty ef Washington. At M lden a few days since a two and 'In reply to an enquiry from Julian a half s'ory house, being built by Mr. Goldlmith. J. C. B AJdnrly, President Linn, ban, valued at $1,000, was moved of the Bo rd of Trade, stale I that Tyler, feet and dashed a by the wind twenty-fivGovernment Inspector attached to the against another house. The first house Board of Trade, was going to America was completely destroyed and the other on two ! ave of absence to exa years' " J badly damaged. amine into the affairs of the Erie Rail- iu arrU(ee ready at any kenr, fct jiieaeare par lie to Qfdai Itaayea aaa aiker interettin( plaoae. Gen. Concha gave a farewell dinner to Chin Lan 'Pin, the Chinese Commissioner. The,, heads of various ns K "fflEI. BOALD BY THE D1T OE ' tWel Ok eastern Furniture Q v;if IM&mrid Renovated. Thoroughly Capt. 0. a Ike ravallinc pnbiic, karing tees Ordtre UJt tt P. 0. J'romjit Atttntion. departments and other distinguished persons were present. . A decree has been issued limiting the increase in charges for May at 50 per cant, over the old rates. Ottawa, Ont., 7. In the parliament, lat eight, the bill incorporating tbe International Transportation Jo,, with a capital of $5,000,-00was read the third time. The Company preposes to improve and utilize the St.. Lawrence river and its chaiu of k-- t lakes. rk, Madrid, 7. Castelor tendered to Serrano eongtai-ulatiooh his successes. Serrano in reply, congratulated the provincial deputation, and said the Carlist movement was only shaken, not vanquished. Carles has leaned a proclamation to hisfol Intern expr-s- - tig ct tifidi nee in his ev jiviu'. tr Uftfch. Tte fiaeei m 4 nv r It I IV G GOODS, FOREIGN. Havana, -, Aa4 Ite vielnfty, fcr t a 5 . KB CUB AP FORCE e.nd LIFT KBBPS y , A SEWING MACHINE. t Keai4ent OF tntTDRBITT Of TTROWAj Ktehmend Meciioa Cullae. tnrnok te jCotlttt U b jeieian and fltal; fellow er Va. Medical BOclatj; Buraeoa ef aw. talt Uka Uvliloa 0. t. . It. eeniain the idvaniajee ef all at her tervio and the Uteit apoai manu actnred, and the tollowinj penti ef mathadi at' Allapathie Trealiaeut.aaa( auperioritjr. & ' ' ! navel Bcele)eie, lit. It in the lightest running machine ! ill the wor,ll MA St. tlfieai . IX . 2 Ie'tlie qtiirtest. T It 8d tii e i niOMt aim pie. 4th. Hit the largeit htlbia.. 5th. Superior take-ep.,,, ' of ScnliS Shoes 6ih. 8'lf a'!jutiftg temiea. be 7th. out Furnishing Goods, a)l of wbieb by use. Cannot put of adjustment ' Great range ef work. , 8th we are determined to Bell at tbe Low OCPEX, Jw? Peers j eutk ef foat OBee. j ud a large Hue ,l Sth.'ill t?st "Wholesale possible price, and Eeiail. Ordera from . town and LIME!. LIME lait e'liMjiiie. DO NOT . riRCHASH ANT SEWING BKFORl LIME! I Wewtaealtvwiaiatkleeir, , :, GOOD GRET LIME i MACHINE ' EXAHIKINO It the Low Price ef i ' Tlao Ibxnestio. FOKTI CENTS A BUSDELy EMMA CARTES, lead oi Tour Orderi. solicited wbieh will reeeive road, but tbe arrangement was a privat e eovntry Among the early Puritan settlers one, ef which government was not off' our eareful attention. ' , Sold bj ' of Charleston, Mass., was Mr, Waita-whil- e icially, cognizant. ( ' ' I Hoodlums. Goldsmith f notice wonld that , he j. , Rfiiepecifiilly, gave Frequent Makepeace. complaints Awe been maue sail the attention ef tbe House to tbe At tke Ladiee' Store, respect ine the disorJer- DUXFOKX) & HOXH, matter that tbe coal miners of Durham remarkColorado A land in I jy cduct of several boys and young agent ?I CilVv UTItKET, OODES Terms of the employed to an enquiring emigrant, that all have yielded lo the ' a j eB' ho have been in the habit of conW. ers, and the strike is over. J. CARTER, ig't for Clah. jugating around places where meetings that was Deeded to make the place a was a comfortable climate, paradise beiDg held, and by their disorder"That is all water and good society DAVID PUCH ly conduct seriously annoying the in h is was that the reply. 1," lacking inside. This is very disgrace-P-i Union Oppo$iU Depot. e :' &nd must be " ; ' . BERBERS ASD C0XI8Alt6lS3 stopped. Such thiDgs of Mr. Wm, bo "Webb, London, MC. BOARD $1 PK BAT. be panot permitted in a well ordered belittles MKAII . aevesimeaatjeBi. great things that he offers direet mat from Omaha to ttmunity like ours. Of coune, the to the whole of the Bible, 3,466,-48- 0 put ad the East, ui4 0R51SI5T1L of Iterance spirits enjoyed by some ef Good letters, on a surface of f1"" young folks will WITHOUT OF CHANCE maai-f'CARS. occasionally of a square inch. He can put i,!elf too rroprtetr. muchly, but we would ad- - the Lord's prayer into invisible 7t. H. BEAKDRLET, 8TA1JR "' 4tltt Tv Star Tnaooca Thaiki leave tba Vumbu t0 8eleet other than the space by the same process. - . , .,7 j of meetings to epnodta npo tbe arrrfal Orderi left at Johi Boyle'e rnrnhure indulge in the eTratoi frotn the Weet eijer Um of thuii. P'tering ,;u t. Aftif xuvbv a vavoi Store will receive preset atteatio. CEMBAL RESTALRANT. aaoynces are UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY. eiTt-erepeated, the names of oilers will be gtvm Id the police, Firit. Street. - Ogden. TJi betn flie direct rente, an ! Jt! SIIm ttatar b. rre akd wollkb wiiom others I1 Jo kniw they all eo tiwa tun fellows; liae, turn 6 H an to mml ' areji ,. it tuny cuueeru: and .v y aad i"eureeaonnectiunitii a.1 bieb. Important to Farmers "Ue tun gemle ninii AND BEST CHEATIST THE UOC .jow. "" aaj g0 Notice i hereby givB, that . B. F. arn A Foathern Rallwn-paaa. Cardenm.' Du. t. Stnnell, r. Mil Maud It. t, Uon'd har i r4 in the City. T. bnn( cb-! dun work tlK tout of i ui 70. ! , ef ote Kaat of" rEasnsi who wibh to ra:?x thk . Immlrnl i d ilari and . i eVeDt.vtw pift (tli.rtren -- cu iaa,cs who and beet ( alh(M la tbe world, , The Table will be aupftlied wHh IaGGAGZ ( were arretted MTvoty cento) ua tlm llrediiot'lu l id l.uciu b"ld eiW 3h rente for ore f acka;e utiiavorted CHECKED THBOCCB. TO ATT k Vlutictitt l uiii'l tint Jlur-t, aud if yea clill iluivur ail '""laud. On-- on, the iSATI5 CBliCik while BVl. t.bUiw of the irom the. firat pwblicatii'ii liere-- , to pay t EASTCBX flTlES. v finevt qiialitT; and string months 1tt utill Miipply. eihii niwar4 of (9 !be., yunr said proportion m fl.ftli of ai- - X)wndi,nv tie Z Pr7,ln" 1,1 ,ru,,t "i'asalion.were raited any part of the Vnlted Ptatee frna maj on the said I'rsdnot juur interwt in the Board by the daf or week. th. trtd. t cli package, oontaining an ounce, Privtts sUmaa's Pakce Ueepinf Ceaehee justice on the M0 wih be forfeited. will wnt fre. ot poetaae, o any artdrwe. en U B. S SIIKPARB, dining rooms for ladies. tbre.s U CUcav witiMt ekane. ot tlte jwire, H ttm rarh, af Ire pat ktaM . 1AN 1 . CTOW bLL, tor tl. nll dlrMti.ne, how and when to plant, P. MAVEi, CEO. U DUNLAP, C. M. SIKtiSIBOX, Proprietor. . win 01C- aaeoaepaav eck rkee At(tMne - ? JN 3St Jilt Salt Lak A10(-ee- jjs BE ARDSLEY HOUSE, "-t-- Mt-t mil Bar Attached. one-eigh- th St J3UJLDER8. .';' Ili?-,lei- f "... jj ; , TO ULTEIt, t Oppeatte Old Ttthlnf Office , y. Main Street. Ogden. ' dlfOtf TO REA'T. RAILWAY. n f JIAMFTOX k ION, P ,''. - AI ' - 0al, i" ' ii TiM s.i niv.-'- rr l r. UTJLK HOTEL; Tlte FiBMt Heus f ef tnrialnBictt nt NOTICE. IN OCDEN CITY. , " ; . exix-D'tvi- An . M,n-iui- li-tr- .TAi'Hice "Wftt,.:.. uiii-- own "5 conscience.. ru U. U OOLLD. Moy!th,18Ti. 97-- tf alM-li- e. r. a Patrick aaa. Ao. AL ein-l- w ' M. M, KXVN 14 AmUf Sl, L A CO., tw 1 rk Cltv. V WIT .... ., ( . EXCELin'T ICCCUKCDlTItM. Fer parUevlara arply te w. tuoij re.