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Z. C. Estiay Notice. M. I. COLUMN. Store City Drug MAIN THE Cbarles W Venvose. Editor GGDEX, UTAH. Tuesday ETcninc, Jane 16. 1S74. A I carpet-bagge- STREET, OGDEN. OGDEN BRANCH, rs f SERIOUS DOUBT. The New York if not claimed Tribune know what kind of men IHAVEINjIYPOSstSSIOS oM to the highest i jd tuken away, will StmJ !MtaJ, at and women dwell on the soil of Utah. epouMble biuiler at the Patriot Ogdoa City, We4iitdy, June 2$, Uti, et If they did the first would pause in p in. on left On bay mars, 4 years old, branded their coctctt plated violence, and tho lip.Om ntrd mare, 4 year bid, branded yC ou other would understand that about loll iuucr. wm. v. nris. revelling in the plun-o- f Ogden City, June loth, 1S74.tnct romidVfrer. d3o-tMormon property there is, to say the least, a very serious doubt. atit-t- f MILLIKERY. CORRESPONDENCE. Po- land Bill: 4It deprives the whole community of.lAtter-daSaints of ono of the most valuable privileges of citizen-thip- , and puts them at the mercy of hostile and nugry minority. To understand what the effect of this will be, wo muat consider tho character of the population of Utah. The ;' Mormons, as a class, are thrifty and industrious, and whatever the Territory possesses of physical beauty and agricultural wealth they have created. Tho Gentiles are few in uum-beand among them are naturally to be found a largo proportion of unscrupulous adventurers. The law will cnabto these men to ruin any Mormon. upon whose fertile fields or comfortable house they have cast a covetous eye. I)oes it weed a prophet tu foretell what will happeuf Oan there bo any donbt that in three or four years the real Bottlers of the Territory will be crushed or driven out, and carpetbaggers reveling in the plunder of their property." tea, there is a very serious doubt about this in the minds of the sturdy workers who havo struggled with the tterii'ity of the mountains dcsert9, and who. have conquered by the force of dogged determination and united effort. They understand tho do-signs of the abevo mentioned carpct-- , baggers, but do not propose to sub-it quietly to their covetousness. It will be a bigger job than is imagined ' to "cruhh" and "drive" the people who have wrought the wonders of industry that meet the eye lor of nilc3 at tho feet of the everlasting hills. Patient submission to insult and wrong for years, has not leeu ths effects of cowardice or timidity. ..Consciousness of right and expectation, of redress, have calmed the spirit of rcseutme nt and restrained the impulse to active resistance which have often made strong hands clench and bright eyes gaui. Because we can endure, are we incompeteut to resist? Which are the most formidable when aroused; the men who figre up in a moment when insulted or falsely accused, or those who keep cool until patience ceases to be a virtue, and then give vent to their pent-uindignation? We know that greedy eyes are looking upon "Mormou" lands and "Mormon" homes. We know that lazy loafers, whose labors are confined to lifting glasses to lips, and whittling sticks while they plot their mischief, hanker after the fruiia of our hard and successful toil. We kuew that thieving palms and filching fingers itch to dip into our treasury, and grasp the wealth wrung from the stubborn elements by honest muscle and sinew. Bat we do not know that they will succicd in aud hellish designs. their avaricious ' i' We art of the opinion that they will be miserably disappointed. We are acquainted with the people of Utah and know something of the r under which they fursook home and kindred, contended for their ulh against tremendous odds, and carved out a dwelling place and at living where ordinary, men and wo.uen wjuld have perished, and we think there i a very serious doubt about the success f the human locusts who are eager to devour. Utah has lived, through the raid of the other insects aud we think it extremely probable that they can manage with these. Supposing that our trust in Providence is vain; that our faith, kiudlcd and renewed by past results is founded on falsehood; that our hopes and anticipations become blasted, and we are left to thts tender mercies vf the biped wolves who mark ua t'r their prey, can we do nothing? U it probable that the prime, movers in th schemes for o.ir detraction will mote "unimpeded into peaceful possession of our atufcs and y . r, auti-polyan- iy . n hun-.dre- p tobacco-staine- d Mrs. Bbiguam Citt, June 14, 1871. Editor Ooden Jcnctiok : Dear Sir: Yesterdaj at 10 a.m. Ibe U. N. VL. K., by rpecial train, brought to our town an excursion parly about 300 in number, consisting chiefly of lie SabbiitU School children of SmitbfieM and Hyde 1'ark, under the care of Superintendents Noble nnd Simmons. Our school, under the direction of Supt. Wiiom, headed by the brass band of Capt. J. N. Christeosen, met the excursionists at the Depot, with music and cheer?; after which all marched together in a loug line to the Court House, banner with appropriate mottoes being unfurled to the breeze, and our brass build and the SmithAe'd Martial Band pluyed Short alternately enlivening airs. speeches were made there by the officers representing the three schools that had met frattrnaliy for enjoymeut. and ploas-urAfter some singing and music had been listened to, the juvenile excursion-sionin- tj , and partook of a rich the rest of th day was spent iu visiting families and the factory, and other cooperative institutions, etc. At 5 p.m. they departed from us with the train to go home, well satisfied with their visit a like excurto our town. sion of no less than 500 persons from here will visit Logan. Yours, respectfully, e. pio-nic- Ciiiustensex. A. Ilarry, after looking on while his new little sister.cried at bcinr wash ed and dressed, turned away, saying, ''If eho screamed like that up in Heaven, I don't wonder they sent her off." Ono Sunday, not long since, one of our most stylish young ladies waltzed into church with that inimitable grace thai is at once the peculi arity and tho charm of the i'ema'e BOWMING 2T. OUK SWUNG Ijadies of Ogden HXI4IlVO GOODS, GOODS, Linens, Organdas, BITTERS. AND A A and Rettidenee, SlAlNSt. OGDEX, Tw Doors South of Tost Ofltce. OUlce da Dry Goods ! WOODMANSEE'S Notice of Iissolutioii. S TflE HNDEKSIUNED bare tlii dTbr mulnal coiuaut VlbrVL,HD rAETMKK- SHIP. Ojrdon City. 3t 7 Jnue R. C. MILLER N.POKTEll 9, 1ST 4. -- :o:- The best place in town for a SUITABLE TO TDK SEASON. GENERAL' ASSORTMENT BILLIARD PARLOR Main Street, Ogden. - HATS, CAPS, BOOTS First-GlasAMD Proprietor. BlerohandiseD s SHOES, Misses', and Children's Trimmed Hats and Fancy Goods. Ladies', CHOICE WINES, denomination. As she took her seat, bhc little behindhand movement a by arranged her overskirt and then set tled herself to meditate upon how sheBJLMAIiD TAIil.EX. looked, and to observe what the diee-tThe services other girls had on. A FULL STOCK OF concluded, she arose to go out. Alas WHY IS IT? for human hopes! That last touch Thnt all Railroad men are now taking on the overskirt was too much; the threw it too high, and there it rested tbeir Meals at the DELMONICO ? Mr. Laudt sets en excellent table, un an old muff, which was serving as So the wretched girl wig- treats Lis customers right, and only a bustle. Hardware, Staple Drgs, Notions, gled away, unconscious of the joy charges $5.00 per wee for board. Paper Hangings, Queen's-Warthat filled the hearts of the other Saddles, Hargirls who saw it. BIDS FOR CANAL. ness and Harness WILL BE RECEIVED SEALED PltnpoSALH Cordage and 1874, Tutisiliiy Jnne Liquors and Cigars. FIRST-CLAS- Ogden. CLOTHING IN GREAT VARIETY d.l-- G0FF3100KE, STORE East Side Slain Street, Mena' Boyi' and Children's "a WILLIA3I DRITEK. d92;tf t w Prrtcriptions Accurately Prepared, fi&y , OF ASS0ETMEXT GE5ERAL Liquors ' HOME, KEXNEDY, RED JACKET, PLANTATION and A56CSTl'Ei I'cques. M. D. I Mnam CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF. Ginbams, - 1)lltch also, Fine Article of Old Tom Gin, Foreign anil Native Wines ana And Taitenu of Flowers, HlbboHs, etc. Prints, I'crcalca, N. B. Ijidif' suite and UaHsr C.'othixe. a!ay Law ii h, ou baud. Out and a ball blocks north of Z.C.M .1. IXMNUB OF ni tVERSITT OF VIRGINIA; Ur vl'iate uf Uicbmund Medical College, Vo., l: li.wideiu riiytician and Surgeou to College , Va. Medical Society; Siugeoo of lfllo Sail Lkke Liilju i V. K. It., etc. gemce upnn tus n test aud most improTed icetbods of Allojiithit Treatmcut. Genuine Old Scotch Wlviskey, Old Cognac Brandy, THE CHOICEST STYLES M. BOWBISG. roccriesi Fine Jamaica Mum, Hats, Bonn eta. Feathers, T. E. BROWN, ntnr T)ATTOrn ana ioilet Goods. PAINTS, OILS, TUUPS, VAKMSIIES, BnvSUES, COK8ISTI0 OF rtf CuDBtftlDg T Groceries ! Just Arriving! lUUrw bet tiamrw tUaokl to th And its Tlrinily, for tbe lilral ihtra of putren-extendto lifr during tho put year, and Itcgl to all their attention to bur uew Un.k of FlRTTfiQ A FULL LISE OF Trilwne imkc6 the following cmmcnta on the Pf!Rtf PllICES AS LOW AS ANYWHERE IN PRODUCE TAKEN tlao Xllgliost MctrlsLot n cites,. j&jt S f UTAH. DON'T FORGET THE STOI - F GROCERIES, C. WOODHAffSEE. HE.OPENED I e, Glass-war- trim-minp- D. PCGH & SON, BUILDERS MD C9MUT0IS, HJLI5 and ORNAMENTAL STAIR 16tli, at evening, Ir'arkos, Yimng Street, between Third and fourth ftreetn, for making the Ogden Iron Cainpiiiiy'a ranal. Said canul ia to contaiu Zfill M culiio yardK, and toxlriid from a point in the tail race of Karr'a mill, to a ioint iu the Ogd-river, near Middletnn" Box Klder Grove. Uorktol.e done by eptemlwr 12, 1SI4, iiccordmg to .ec)ficHti(ms maila liy the engineer, and tc br teen on application to the undersigned. Securitj; required tor the completion of the work accoi diug to eoutnict. JOSIAM PARKS, Sup't Ogden Iron Company. Ogden, June 10, 1S74. iiii Iw Hie reaidencn BUILDERS. Orders left at John Boyle's Furniture Store will receive prompt attention. Joiali EARDSLEY HOUSE, d!7 Wm iirs m o( Op2osite Union Depot. TX I fEALSoOC. BOARD $2 PER DAY. s, Tin-War- e. M. Is now open for the accommodation of the ravelling public, having been HE-FUllNISII- siisra-EiR- . Machines, Sowing PUMPS!PUMPS! I. M. STUART T7"EEPS FOR SALE THE BKST AND CIIEA? g IV EST r'OIlt'E mid 11 FT PUMPS for deep or shallow wella. Alo, Pa-tPoints for Drive Well Pumps, with suitable ironpipiug. Pumps repaired and fitted upon reaxon- aoie terms, at t orKsuop, Timing' OfHcr, (1ATI0.1L VATCH Till CELEBRATED Prince Organs! Ire Suited to all CffmafeSi .YdA 0AK?BETTER llker 'I'M COOKING, nS helper any Store o f the tea t. Wfe- - Satisfaction Every where, OAK ij? mn mis Especially Adapted axb To v EXCELSIOR Tat ma msm M&KUF'a COMPANY. St. Louis, SIo., . OOgden, rtaU. 3VX X., PAIN SUBDUING LINIMENT dlCi iack to and from tho Depot A Porter in attendance. T SCALLI, Trop'r 'J Our new WAGON and MACHI NERY DEPARTMENT, is now opened m tho LEPtflE! L!11E! B. "W. HayuiODd, H. Z. Culrex, WHERE ALL II. H. Taylor, Rut recently placed eforo the public, the SUPKRIORITY f.K THESE WATiHKS IN Dr 10.N A SI) CONST!! UlTIOX has already kreured for thorn a Kititnnl ltrp'ttntion, ami the r.. H tM iorthemh.i8eo lUpiily lurrcxsed that tin to lonlte ai(rf ConipftDjr hiv " roiiiji-lh'aitditiona to tlietr f ire of :mplojrs Jl !ciii 3i y. i n order t a meet the requirements of the Traoe i:ai!mnd bvh, and oihcri d. airii'g an arcnrMt and ri'Iiul-lWufrh, are invited tu examine the B, W. ltvni'ind H ivir.irnt'., 'ne cf one ha ling Riilrcwui Ccmpanif , tlvroiirlilr eynvin. ed of Hieii snix'riority, li.i1iirni-li- i d jl.cin tu tlieir Kns:ineen. and thfiy ere prom'im id liy thetit to be thecliiarel runnitijc Ameiicnn I .aOwajr VVatrl ei munul.ic Hired, nad fully equal to .me ot tho fitlet luiporied Time-l;ep-- r. asforruct No Movements retailed Vy tho Call EINIg At the Low Price of FORTY CENTS A BUSHEL. EDLEY HAMPTON, Opposite Old Tithing Office, OF TO RENT. jt romiTiy, n uiir Jewcli r and ask tu ate IheM. Business OSce and Salesrooms, 150 & 1 6 1 LAKE ST., CHICAGO, Will be Sold at Reasonable Trices aud on Easy Terms, as we wish to Close Out. W. H. HOOPER, Supt. All erders address TT T7 tn", yV Atl will Osrden, receive rromnt Peery, -- w THE UTII t HOTEL, The Finest House - r tlLl ALSO lJ Cere Senra!gia, thcttmat'era, Trrmt, Jiaci, Salt Kneum, roie.nou rites, t"6"" Bone and Xtuer-lSore Sippl? Ud may be j natiy termed tha pacacea for u e IN MARKET. G. M. Wheeler, Mat. Laflin, J. T. Eyerson. Hoof-ale- Send on Your Orders. ELGIN WATCHES! ELGIH WATCHES NOV HAS HO EQUAL. It in recommended with unbounded tut!" mice in a.l cases oft 'utt,Ur.iise8,Bums,Sprii Itlienmat'sm, Hard Hwellin.a, Bitek, Chilblains. 8t ill nesd o i the Joints, roien Feet, tM Ate, Ac. ainon all personx, and for Upraii fnnor' KiliwhnnA Pnll.Kvil Mirflhe. Wind . falls. Spaviue.8iringhalt.tiddl.- lar and llmtusj Cia.le;alao diaoaes of Ui E; I- Main Street, Ogden. d lSOtf SIX STYLES ' IT Horses, Mules or Cattle- GOOD GREY H.IMIS Old Tithing Office Yard. ''.it''h 23 . Free ut tndKoria aVBMii, E2STT0U321 Famom fcr dolus ttoro nd Wai CvKt known la Amfrftt. Its mTlt nrc well know n tliroogli-othe hubitalla worl.l. It T of thf oliiMt anrl beet record LiniiniHt n the world. From tiu miilinua npm millions of bottla mi complaint has ever reacsolt hed us, uiid u a and We will deliver in In this city, AND FAMOUS FOS &KLNQ CHEAPEST 70 BUI! I EASIEST TO SELL!!! MillifiMil WEEK. Carriages ready at any hour, forpleasurejmrtie to Ogiif n Kanyon and oflier interesting pla-en- . Kesidents will be coiiYcyort to or from the depot lor a small lee, ou leaviug word at the hotol. tree conveyance lur guests. LIME! r CCSIP:.. ! DAY OR . hculiug d49tf. circum-staneu- Eenovated BOALD BY TUE ANB II. BEAKD.HI.EY, Proprietor. viiuvsi, And Thoroughly s FIRST- - w-t- ED AOXNTS FOR Bar Attached. LOW RESERVOIR 'Year Well known throughout the United States as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL !. XTA. Llaiw accomuiodatious. Good THE OGDEN HOUSE AfTei-tion- "WOUNDS. dW Remember, IhU I.iitlmrnt or a TemT' riot Kprtn:.' np in a daytrKKATCBlircK EXTERNAL jgS- - llUCinfTBE MlWTABSSBOASn AKJ JlVKHBOO CIUiTED BI over tJEirnt. Butw a hare tho experience of rear of trial, witn thirtr ttantji'lresultsndby a mniMudo a,m0,gtT of w:Wck cot as rccaiccioniUi tt If tie Linimentt of Entertainment MoncywillfccEcfDriflcd. IN OGDEN CITY. Vo not be Imposed npcm by nsine Elieibly Situated, AND WITH liniment churning ihe tuna. Aney ore and get nothing but mmw altSriC attentiioB EXCELLENT ACC03I3I0DATI0'S. For particulars apply to w TnnHsn. OGUtK. game propprtteior tuit tcr fcroi.d Sold ir et ai.l - t mm Dccoatsrs asb . JSotS 2Sc, EOs. and CI per 8mA ' otjck Size or Borrut. lc. CO LYON IiITG.