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at jnnttuin. (DiV-lt-n ' ETEXINU, Sundays excepted EVEii 4.W 2.m .10 ' ,: i ...in ARBIVAIJS. u,,e ,. Citf, " frit.-1- DEPAKTUB 8.40 a.m. ..tfCitv, double daily . 6.3(1 p.m. 6.2H p.m. tl.4Ua.in. . m..i dHily 7.00 a.m. i.teand the East ,. So. 223. 8.45 pm. 7.40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. 7.00 a.m. dHi 6.1X1 p HI. W?1 T.,ivmailsgo via Kvaaston, Wyont-- " u? , the latter place for Huh Comity, mu 2 p.m. "f-id Saturdays, at sinews ...,..,,,... Thursdays and . 6.00p.m. . . m. CbailytoUan JSH--.Op.- m'rlnesdav H"U i wTin ClSSar. Slterville, "'unlay and Wr 8'15 Wiverv, 2.45 p.m. HOUR. OFFICE - 7.30 a.,n and Saturdays 8 '15 m- - P"1-Wh- 6p.m.to.:JO p.m. REUlbXKV DEPARTMENT 3 p.m. Uiien from 9 a.m. to BONKY 0KDKK DEPARTMENT. a.ui. to 3 p.m. from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Inside Door open from '0id HALL, Postmaster. JOSEl'tl Trains - - - P.trs'm arrives CP. " C. - " H train arrives " - - - " - C. C. and leaves and ,,i u ii 5.40 p.m. 6 20 p.m. 8.60 a.m. a.m. 5.40 p.m. 8 40 a.m. 6.20 p.m. - leaves p. q 7.40 a m. - - - gait Lake City Time. XASOSiC NOTICE. fl'eber Lodtf e, A. A. M. OGDEN. D. TJ. It". fc items riBiCWB l'OHJlUlAlJi.nc A their Haft. Main Sf. first and third Thursday'i iu good brethren monthSojourning oiwih ,M4,ug,record,ally KjsLLlgi w M lvtlg W.S.U0LBU0OK,8ec'y. T. S. RICHARDS, AT LAW ATTORNEY And ; NOTARY 1'UBLIC, , t Utah. 3MI TANSEB X. ATTORNEY- - Gram llic Chief Candidate. The chief of all candidates at the nomiuatiim will be a party by the name ot orant. it radicalism is theu undoubted ascendancy, he will be the uian for the Hadicals. If mixed drinks are in vo;ue ho can earn Soulhern support as having iudorse l Baxter; Eastern and Western men support him as the man of the veto. Because George Washington held it t be dangerous for any President to accept a triple nomination does that settle it for Grant ? We are almost a hundred years further along, and own a President who knows not precedent. Everything unites to make this strangest of all famous men who h;tve lived since the time of Diocletian deride precedent. What had precedent to do with him, whose tremendous advances have unsettled the world's boliuf in the necessiiy of natural ability and grand. ur of purpose, in those who would fain stride to eminencu ? He differs from all other Executives we have known in one astound' ng particular. No member ot his Cabinet is a possible candi date.. Mediocrity has its enormous advantages after all. Every Cabinet officer is a determined believer in and worker for the third term. They dread a return to second rate attorneyships and claim agencies. No other President ever swung thU influence the mighty influence of har mowi zed inferiority. I'sesarisni is no is Grant in his own assured nijth. ui nd of another term a though tlv third in iuiur.d oath h.id been taken. VVh it is t i hinder him ? Whj is tu , hinder him ? AT LAW. Thomas Thur.t!) Eclipsvd - Most of us straggle into the world, City, says the Ciiieagi Times, weighing anywhere fr iin six to twelve pjiiuds, 'MSERET XAIIOXAL BAXS and struggle out again jitter a time, F N.VI.T LAKE t'iTV. weighing from one hundred to twice Piiid iS30,000 tlat number of pounds Having l'p i:a!ri.oti - ?4i,mm,Oi0 done nothing wonderful during the fattening period, we are permitted to WM. U. UOOl'Kl'.. I'rcidPiit,"! S. Kl.'.iill'.lXiK, Vice t'lcat. glide into the oblivion ot the tomb tiiiuiiiAM Viti:so. unnoticed, just as wu are allow d t Uirectore. WM. iNMSiis. 1U'. JOHN into the activity of the world un hut FKKA.M.il;. LITTLE, her.ildrd. if, however Nature h id L. 6. HILLS, L'asliiei. with Mrs O'ii.-eof Du in Kxcimiipe, Coin, Dust, Onllrge Scrip, iiiH'le ttiid proitipily v. Cuiiectioti reiiintc I. iiU'jue to inlroduee us into f lor tale, lutcrtwt I'aid on Fireign bxi'liauge tins v.de ot tears, we would hav string Vepiwita. achieved the notoriety of at leasr. a WELLS, FARGO & GO. newspaper piragraph. The thrifty OG DEN, UI'AII. which she did help iutu youngster ouo pound distinction weighed Mini jut and a half, is seveo inches long, and Koi'wiii"l"i-- . Draw direct on San t nim isco, New Yol k, R It eh St. UtuU, London and t';irii. Aen-- ' eats any number of meals a day. all tlx principal Citie tumtt, autt West. is uientioiit d as evidence of the little atleutiuu giveu to collections. ness of young Olliver that an ordi-naJ K. DUOLV, Ag.'nt. finger-rinwill pass over the EUCEN-LASCELLES, babe's hand, and might serve as a ATTOltxN bracelet. OGDEN CITY, U. T. Oqtleii WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS Utah. -- A. X X ON AND AND FRUITS By Express, Daily, in Name of STATION. P.O .Iiox 21. dl76-t- f J. II. llulilinn. 'lvi'l Engineer, and Bjilrnnlic Logan, Cache Co. Land and Mining Claims surveyed. 7 4 62 1 35 6 2 00 0 31 ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE, 62 Garden and Grass Seeds. Centreville 10 Woods Cress rrive at Salt Lake At his BOOK STORE adjoining he keeps all the Periodicals and Newspapers ol the day, alxo a full stock of Wall Paper, dl65-6- D m unford Sons. & Salt Lake City, 171 A 8 L8TUriEt. JOUXSPRDiSCE "ftUANCI-.STAN- "'NES rn A .... w hiiu v. iav.UJI QOUVO) Wholesale Dealers in , AND 3n4I Front C.C. CHPMAS. fy i Stoll.Wel Proprietor. St)t LIQUORS. 8"n Frauci8C8- - XO AO ED EXCLUSIVE! Y AS JOBRKRS Retiul dealer in ull ol the tent brand of A Uyd0C,d ail,cti di-l- 7 10 31 4 7 10 13 10 40 j j 1 00 I 35 44 1 SO 7 53 1 75 8 20 2 00 i UTAH NORTHERN care at the Lowest I'rices. 10S-6- 10 TRADE IlEMGEFi'V V. H. SHEPHARD, (radical House Main Street, am! Tainter, Sig-- r, Paper-hangc- Calo-min- er Interior Decorator. WORK ATTENDED Dry Goods, Croceri'f, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. & C0QDW1A For the Trade. block Xorth or . c. 31. Faraona for doir n?rBETTER 7m& mm place, mm COOKING, Quicker r.nd Chenper Tku anj Suvoofth. tusi, takovs roa Giv: Satisfaction Everywhere, . LSDCcuiiv Aaanrru to ma MANUF'G COMPANY. MILLINERY GOODS. SI. Lonis, JIo., I., 25 d24',.ra73-lw- Ogjlcn, a rtali. Dresses .Cut and Fitted. CITY LICENSES. all whom it0 may roiuirn. 13 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT NOTICE engaged in BiiFineKS in JgJen City, tier waicb the City Ordi nance provide that a license musl be without first 'procuring a license are liable to be taken before any Alderman of eaid City, and be subjected to a Fine. By order of the City Council, LESTER J. UEKUICK. Mayor. JAMES TAYLOR, City Recorder. 10 a. n. iUlbp.n, ... . . , K. KIl iMLETTi:, Relation to Dogs! I5K EXFOItCEI, IS INSTRUCTED Destroy Such Dogs tai North-Weste- rn LIMITS OF THIS OITY, Which are nut Detroit, Toledo, Riiffiiln. New Vnrk, Philadelphia Baltimore, Smnx City, Mont real. Cleveland. l!os ton. lilooniington.Spritigfielil, Washington, Toronto. Ynkion. Indiaimi olis. Portlsnd.Xiagura Falls, ritt!iurnh, Cincinniti, Albany. Cairo, Duly .Registered MILWAUKEE AND LICENSED illEUOYD X. M N ITOW0C, CLINTON, MILTON JUNCTION, A JAXES-VILL- rri ter to iff, According to Law. MINNESOTA JUNCTION. BCRSKTT. FOND UU LAC, OSII K OS II, APfLKTON, M KN AS UA, C.Kf.KN BAY, KSCANABA. N AND TUli SUOKJJS It la Of LAKB the only Roate SUPKKIOIt. Via Madison. Baraboo and Elroy. and it is the oniy reute ruuning PALACE CARS Through between Chicago and 8t. Taut. MARVIN IIUGHITT, Oen'l huueriutoudeuU W. II. 8TESNETT, (ieu'l Passenger Agt dH5-l- y THE CITY RECORDER- - Will register any dog and ISSUE A. LICEISHli To the Owner or Keeper thereof, n at hia Office in the CITY HXjT--. And the paytneut of tint suju of TAYLOR'S HOTEL THREE DOLLARS 0x TOE West Side ECR0PMH ?IAH, East Temple Street, JLsA'ICB Board by the CITY. Day or Week. The Office or' :he City Recorder is at 5iiJEooms with or without Doard."t23 the City Hall, Fifih Street, Ojrdfn. & CuUer- - frin 2,5u i irmj FOR CHICAGO, PULLMAN Uo-jtr- s ltsl.OIK) 120 mw ii i,00(i H5o,iiQ to dl91-3- Offxe V 1,111 SI THE ORDINANCE, From Chicago to St. Paul obiaineu,) e ot Milliner and dealer iu all kinds of To EXCELSIOR Thos. MARSHAL Eailway, MILLINERY STORE STREET, one door East Forbes Shoe Store. 1KI,I.) Itai.isst . . Halves, , 24 (S) Tenth, or each Coupon, . VVsl , . ii nnoie iioKets lor f,itsl SiJi Tickets fur Hssi.00 Tickets are now ready for sale, and oidurs by cash will he tilled. Liberal commissions willpromptly be allowed to satisfactory sgents. Circu ais containing full particulars frtilsh4 on application. rouxD wrrnnt IIESISCER. FIFTH lliii.lssi 1lt,(KH And the Chicago & NEW no aad AM) Enxa . . f .1 ... 6o,'sH Sfc.issi lfSI.IKS) 14o,0(Kt - Price of Tickets. PROMPTNESS AND CIVILITY. CHEAPICT TO BUY! I EACIZSTTO SLLII! 7fi,ssi A'ORTII-WESIEB- X BUY YOUR On hai.isH) Grand Total, 20,000 0 ift, all cash, I. VIA THE AND FAMOUS FOB BEIX3 $iVt.fv wnx Half n d3)Mm iSD IliiClU. - Grand Cash Oift, 0 rand Cash (lift, drnd Cash (lilt, Kraiid Cash flitl, Uraud Cash Oift, 6 Cash (lifts, ,ch 10 Cash (lifts, 1 4.iJi each 15 Cash (lifts, l(i,(iOe.ich 20 Cltsll Olt'tS, 6.IKHIngh 25 Cash (lifts, 4.000 each SO Cash 3, iio each (litis, 50 Cash (lifts, 2.iKSieach loo Cash (lifts, l.isiOeacb 2tC Cash (lifts, 6O0 each 600 Cash (lifts, kkj end, 19,000 Cash (Jilts, 6u each Who e Tickets, 190tf Taj lor Proprietors. d ;il'Tti. Olio One One One One That from and after the date of this notice, GIJALMXG and LETTERING CHICAGO & dl"4-3- sl 'r'i- LIST OF distrl-bute- PAPER HANGERS, RAILWAY. TAYLOR OOO twouty theusand gifts, will be among the ticket-holde- NOTICE IS HER ELY GIVEN I'ainteis and i At Fort Buford he passed the winter, starting out again in April, & Q, OOO, into DOGS! SlIlfPELt. BUTTER, EGGS tie 1871. TO. MAIN STREET, OGDEX. Ogrieu, One door north of the old Walker Building, for mere you win jet jour Don't forget July 31st, Public Library Kuilding, Louisville, Kj. COUNTY You will be servet with r i......:. Ajroiit nnd Manager. T7W rcTH un-hu- rt. courage." "Not for Joe." thought rratted he, though be uttered not a word. y Jona si'onuAitn. d2(5-t- f House, Sifn and Decorative AS CHEAP AS ANYWHERE IN TOWN. LOW RESERVOIR C. W.TMOKNTOV, t.Wivu Orders left at W. II. Pidcook's Store, Gen. Supt. THE liKST l'LACK TAYLOR filled with Ogden, May 15th, 1874. . -- At this final Concert everything will be upon a si ale corresponding with its increased importance, i he music ill I rendered by au orchestra of one hundred performers, selected tor their fame iu ditlereut lands, aud the uiiurwedeu. ted sum of TERMS TO SOT. CI1AS. MB LEY, A0 Ordm solicited and fOPAhTNKRHUP KX-- 1 IIKHKT0FOJ5E 1STIM1 between the underthe hi m name aud Mylo of 1 uiidersignH, Stoddard is tins day dissolved by mutual consent; C. W ! niton retiring. John ftoddaid will pav nil claims against, an 1 receive all debts due the'late Trains Leave Ogd.-'B- ' daily 8:20 a.m. Trains leave Franklin, at 9 am. Trains Leave Lojrau daily, 11:10 a m . JONES. milE Graincr, AILROAD. MOSES THATCHER, LADIES' FURS. , V. T. and aau-iy- FuniisMng Goods, FIT GUARANTEED. GOOD DISSOLUTION. JOHN SHARP, S'H'hltLNTENlJKNT. Friday, ed The very BEST WORKMANSHIP, and a .. . .n.i irNni,pr and uii.iiiivocally announced as T1IK J.ASi' WHICH MILL KVKU1IK ttlVKN UNJiKH 1 lllr IIAKTKIl A.0 HY THK fHKSKM' M t.VAOK. .. :. : MK.NT. W ill ,u I.....I.. ' uuiib uurarj Jlaji, at Louisville, Ky., OF THE FIRST QUALITY. 'ILL RUN GeneiiJ Freight and Ticket Agent e widow, gazing upon, three mounds, reuiaikcd to her escort: "Joe, you might have been iu that row had yon posse-wea little moie I... S. LEWIS, 20 For all information concerning Freight or Pa" sage, appiy rn JA.MLs SHARP, Oen'l Ticket and Freijrht Agent AND font? if 8 Suitable to the Season and DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. Leaving Ogden City at 5 a. m & 3.30 pm and Salt Lake City at 8.30 a.m.and 5.05. p.m Gents' Gloves aud hunting. Arriving at the Musselshell river, he rem diied there eight miles above this diys. Forty-fivLittle the at Rocky, ha was point, made a target for a vohey from a band of Indians, but he escaped thrice-mad- -- o LATEST STYLES OF GOODS, Passengers will please purchase their tickets al the offices. Fifty cents additional will he charged wijbu iue lare is coiiecieu on me truizi. HATS AM) CAPS, "rom Ibe St. Joseph Gazette A PIONEER AND CITY DRUG STORES, A FULL STOCK OF TUB m. 7 MIXED TRAINS Boots and Shoes Xhere arrived in the City Hotel in this city yesterday from Sioux City, says the Omaha Bee of May 27, a . .i Main Street, Oyden Tlie highest price paid for your and sailing to Bismarck, remaining S' W. there two days. He ended his trip FARNSWORTH at Sioux City, and thence came by ll'iti SrjPPT T nAitn rt . cars to Omaha. lilJu n p ,len. the lowest rales, Beliver- He informed a Bee reporter that man, tirt of the c tv. JfP'j 10 the average run was , eight miles an JOHN PINCOCK "Mm hour without a sail, and with sail Agent. twenty miles an hour. He had ouly about a hundred miles of sailing. He says the trip was made nitirelj in daytime, and without much danger, except from Indians. lie will leave for his California home on Friday the Pacific. Uuion next, by THE FIFTH GIFT CONCERT " No. 4o 1(1 tlie third, July 1S74. their charter, granted hv a sperin) ot of Keutu. ky Legisuium, March Hi, 1ST1 the Iritstew Uie authorized to give On Dlurp aud Only One More tfift Concert. Wnluh money ansmg tiom the Firth aud LAST O e Lihrary. .Museain.und ether drarliiieni P f'. be enlarged anu endowed wi:h a hxed and rertaia en iiii..u.n.u lllllllu tlMM autiu 1 income. Mi-I. lied, as will secure he Olid twrait venture, not ..! the niainienuuce of this osiablisliiiiciit. but its constant growth. maguifueut Between the 00 In addition to the above, Pictures, Frames, etc. G. W. TURNER. HOTEL, C. LITTLE. 40 mJp. a. 9 MINER,' J. T5 60 Kaysville man named J. Cosell, who sailed down the Missouri river from Fort A. ATT0Rev & ninxspinn Benton for sixici n hundred miles. Swat Residence 2nd South Last s uuuier he left, Northern CalSJreet, oait LaKe tity, uian. ifornia and went through to .Montana leai nnxinefig promptly attended with a lot of horses; and atter disposit: ing of them he pu chased a canoe IERIC AN and started dowu strjam on the 14th - CLASS OTTI F.T HOI SP. ol' September Ue was well supplied of the Theatre, SALT LAKE CITY with aims, ammunition and traps,and rms S3.00 ner dnv. J aud Table Board at HeasmaLle Rates. spent considerable time in trapping '"l 16 7 All Extensive Trip. MARTINEAU, 4 7 Farminrrton KYrit'LAV the Junction CO KaysYille Ogden y ib 8 1 Ha his old stand onFIFTII STREET, for the purchase and sale of g Ofa 4 Karmington Trains Leave me been alwady given: Tlie ls.l: the sec n, Decern er2, lhi2; t, J.:i; and the fourth, March.'ilst, for the nnrnoses ntentioml jl'ass. i. wrj;, of i,, ,) til 0,1(, of the and Manager uti. to the four which utKej.nirkj, Oie Ti h'fer wlihprine aadpleasui-- ln-le- r ct,. 0 i a uim. unriiijr the bouiTrti.. civvu lor the the if 6 60 4 33 .No. Express f FASHIONABLE TAILOR . 1874. fo.rt Centrerille Pass, Sjiecml ilM-i- 20 July 31, Oil! 0 3 4ii 6 PRODUCE STORE. doll-l- y Banlj p. M. $ . 6 Arrive at Ogden .1 r T. W. JONES, 2 I'm a. Woods Cross FIFTH STREET, OGDEN, UTAH. A. Xo. 3 1 Pass. Salt Lake 11 CiwM N0. ' their season. Shipping a Specialty. -- II. aFTER JAN. 1st 1874. Trains Leave railtI, ileal O JEL yg- - VOL. 2. PIOXFXR LIXi: OF UTAH. H. IS flrrw 1S71. IBTIL1L UTAH CALIFORNIA. VEGETABLES Jr., County IkBconlcr, OHfie-wil- E. P. BROWN, Iu aid of tin - J SIX H S, FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT r err TL' EXCEPTED.) ODEX, UTA1S, HO.YD.ir. i - - Ojdm City, IS msmimm 1 PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, (SUXDA $5,000,000 JMCTIOI. ulxJLIM IJljLJ ami Business Manager. piiSHOSE. Editor liy Order of the ft'ity OmiiciU JAMES TAYLOR, Recorder. dlSO-l- '