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She lis last announcements, extending RED into July, are as follows: Sumtfon. lVjiroe.T:.lltor (OgiUr, Charhvs V. 7 Republican Locusts. 14 Ea)pt.y Churches and how io fill them. Jnn 2t Main Street. Juue 28 Pharaoh's Lean Kine. July 5 The Mad Prophet. Jaly 12 "Who's Your Hatter?" July 18 "Popping the Question." June June j:,tT-- r: Haji:. Utah. ' Satnrday Evwiinff, June 20. 1574. , July 2G A Tragedy in Four Acts. These startling and sensational UM a . subjects are" designed to draw big 01 crowds and catch numerous contriDEATH OF THE GOVERNMENT. butions;:: They may serve to. fill the Washington, 19. for a while, and to meeting-hous- e A Wading Republican; menjber of for Ibe visitor who is frequent swell the funds' of the eociety, but Whits House, (dated tbia morning broad guess, that Gov. Shepherd. nd they ad.4 "nothing to the dignity of Frederic'. A. Sawyer, late AsKistaat the preacher, and serve to bring Secretary of the Treasury, would be two more ridicule than respect for the of the persons whom the President would the to commissioners as govern appoint principlea of religioH. District. of Columbia, ad interim. The 1'reaidcnt, it is saM, within a day or two, hm expressed intense adioiration for CASTLE AND WHITE. PISE LUMBER! IITI JtiT Wl tTllTID Ct OGDEN BRANCH. PURE DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES vssiuuci HUIA AUliei VXOOtlS. PAIXTS, OILS, TCRPS, TARXIS1IES, BRUSHES A OUR SPUING RED PINE LUMBER, 232-2- lad Fattoroa of . Fine Article of Old Tom Gin, Foreign and Native Wines and lercnlc. Lawns, Cainghamfj, UnenM, HOXE, KEN5EDT, RED JACKET, PLA5T1TI0S and Junction. , ., (5ot traqiferablo) n tb , l'equca. AJtB A Pmcn'ption$ Aceurately Prepared, GESEB1L 1SS0ETME3T OF d92tf , Lasting Ten Datt.or Ilalf Fart. The beat place in town for inteuded as a quasi vindication of They failed in this as in Khfpherd. every other ell'ort to fix things for their profit and pleasure. Another plan was to have the interest on the fuuded debt bonds increased to four per cent, Herein lies'their bigjob. currency. They liai formed a pool and got the option of about $4,.)00,000 of auditor' s ucnifioates at from 50 to CO cents on the dollar, ii ChipraiiB took, one Bide of the S'uate'and Grhain the other, and liny spent the whole day in appealing lo Senators. Sargent's first amendment to take the auditing o: the District accounts from the Comptroller and place it in the hand of a commission by ths Secretary of the Treasury, got only three votes himself, CoDove' ind Clayton. His amendment to strike out the authorization of the Comptroller to employ as instance in his work,' received only his lii own vte. They then abandoned the sliip and the bill passed as it came fiu'o tire Committee,' without a ddiment jng vote. wns' Slilitary Lawlessness. at Morrow, commanding disseems in Utah, Camp Douglass posed to discount the Poland bill before it becomes a law, apparently assumes that the muuicipal authoriGen. . ties of Bait Lake city, beinj' Mor mons, have no right to maintain or der in their streets. A soldier belonging to his command was ar rested by them for being drunk and disorderly within the city limits, and very properly locked up. Gen. eraf Morrow, indignant at the rebellious spirit thus manifested, at once demanded that tbe offender shottld be! released and delivered over to be tried by militrry process; aud this demand being unheeded, he sent a company of cavalry into the city, battered down the prison door, and mectiug with no resistance, carried off the prisonef in triumph. , Gen. Morrow committed this outrage on his own responsibility he should be tried before a court mar tial and punished; but if, as is assert ed, he acted under instructions from the Secretary of War, that official should be made to unders aud that his action-iillegal. The Territory of Utah is under a regular form of government, duly authorized and re cognized by the United States; and it is the province and the duty of the local otbeers to deal with drunken ruffwna who commit outrages within iI .i tnetr precincts, wnetiier tney are soldiers or civilians. iver since urant nas oeen in power a disposition has been mani i'essed on the part of a certain class of arniy"cfficers to conduct themselves as if they were, superior beings, not amenable to the laws; and the sooner all concerned, from the President and Secretary of War down, learn that the military are answerable to the civil authorities for violations of law committed as citizens, the easier it will be for them to recede from pretentions which cannot be tollerated. This country is not yet prepared for the existence .of a privileged military class. Ar. J". ; If hh rumored that if tha Vllanl Bill docs not pass, this session, his Honor Chief Justica J. Ii. McKcan, will resign. This is the best thinir he cau do. Not resign his situation, wo would uot advise that for a niO' meint what would the 4'riug'' do without, McKcan ? but resign him- Bclf to the situation. This is what he should fiava done long ago wheu lie warned ttjat tue obstinate Sup reme Court, ' Washington District would not support his wonderful in- tropretatiou of the civil and criminal lav.' Resign,' Judge, by all means. t OF In the "old countries" whatever dcficietices tha clergy may exhibit A they are not wanting in dignity. is certain degree, of respect always aeeoried the established miuisiers of the various denominations, for the general decorum of the cloth is one of their chief characteristics.. In America a notable absence of this dignified and respectable demeanor is This remark paiufully apparent. is" of universal applicauot however, There are many gentleman tion. engaged iu the ministry, whose, conduct and manners are irreproachable. But asj a sample of the Kyle "of the other class to which we allude, we will refer to the sertmus announced by a Congregational preacher, at Little Rock, Arkausas. At his ii;- fi allatlon as pastor of the church, his subject was announced as ''.Never .kedaddlti." TK, WlH fHwH 'by After which 'K'.sligbus .r.uga." came ;tGnz?.;o (U1 C.i'.'c." Vagi's -- CiCTaitkm.'" w JSLt AXUt .Tune, 17, 1S74. JVo'tico of Dissolution. R. C. MILLER N. PORTEK , 1874. A GOOD CHANCE. 3JFISn hf 1 Fifth - HU, TI STOI - WT STORIV Hardware, Staple Drags, Notions, Taper Hangings, Queen'i-WarSaddles, Harness and Harnef-- i trim- KE.OPENED I e, BRO'S WAG05 FOR 8 ALE CIIEAP. will take lumber. h&r. ?rain rmtt) or horees for the Tehicle which is nearly new. see mucner ii at my iuu ami tnop, I t GROCERIES, Glass-war- A IVIx-lLo- DON'T FORGET a rvtx stock or UTAH. PRODUCE TAKEN' tl3.o Ilislest Hates, E THE UKDEIISIONKD bare th! day by mutual couieui UlStULViiU JfAKT.NEK- - 0cdm City. June di!27 at Offdetn. mings, Cordage and Tin-War- THE OGDEN HOUSE Years Wtll kMwn tbrongbout tha United States as a FIRST CLASS HOTEL e. TH0311S CASSIX tf Ago 1 Is now opn for tha aecommodatioa of ths rat ellinc anblis, baring bB , TAIt JtE-FUKNISII- billiard' parlor AQiirrs GOFF MOORE, - Proprietor. to. Thoroughly Sowing Liquors and Cigars. BILLIARD TABLES, S - dl9C-t- f i WHY IS IT? That all Railroad men ara now taking tbair Meals at the DELMONICO T Be came Mr. Landi sets an exeallent table, treats bis customers right, and uj charges $5.00 par weea for beard. Machines, 3EARDSLEY HOUSE, Opposite Union Depot, OC. BOARD A KB TBI CELEBRATED Prince Organs ! Bar Attached. Good M. II. BEARDNLEY, Proprietor. itf. -' oat t -' IT HAS NO EQUAL. la recommended with unbonndtJ st mice in all cases of (juta.Braises.Burns, Spnii Bhematisra, Hard Swellinqs, Bites, Joints, troien Feet,fcn. 4c, ko.. amon; all persons, and for Sprsii Scratches, Win I'oandera. Ringbone, OaUs, Hoof-ale-, Spavin, Springhalt, Bsddle.O lar and Harness Calls; also diseases of the EJ and Eur la It T SCALLT, Trop'r Poll-Evi- l, GOOD GREY LIME Our new WAGON and MACHI ' Horses, Mules or Cattle. At tbe Low Price of FORTY CENTS A BUSHEL. Send on Tour Orders. If1, ii!IIIEIiT HAMPTON, Old Tithing Office YardV EOLEY Opposite Old Tithing Office, Main Street, Ogden. dlSOif ; PUMPSIPUMPS! II1IT Wna f rut trown in Amerffi. ore vt'oll known throojhIt inrrtts tho world. It Carriages ready at any honr, forplsasura partie to Ogdeo Kanyon and oiher interesting places. Kesidauts will ba conveyed to or from the depot (or a small fee, ou leaving word at the hotel, i ree conveyance tor (nests. We will deliver in in this eitjr, opened ia tbd MBALS accommoUatiou. 1? LIME! LIME! LlfklE! NERY DEPARTMENT, if now $3 PER BAT. . hubitutils "T he oliist ami ltfst record of ths ItinimiMt In tho ivorld'. From millions upon millions of fcottlet olit no coinplsvint has ever reackcd us, aud at u healing and Free lack to and from the Depot PAIN SUBDUiNG LINIMENT A. Porter ia attendance ' io-- t ; Eenovated BOARD BY THE DAT OR WEEK. CHOICE WINES, FIRST-CLAS- ffliJSTAHG ED Ana Main Street, Ojjden. l.i Ill ULI Mlli:. Fk" 44 Oden, ! THE GOSPFX OF PRICES AS LOW AS ANYWHERE IN THOMAS w.ui liISSOLVKU by mutual content. CAfSl.N will continue the businesi, collect all amounts duo, aud pay all liabilities of the late firm. THOMAS CAPSIN, OliOKUE MOWKR. SHIP. Miercliandise HATS, CAPS, BOOTS First-Clas- s SHOES, s ' " , a GENERAL ASS Oil T3IENT Hal-le- t, J Ogden. -- :o:- Gor-htu- dI31-t- . CLOTHING IN GREAT VARIETY jij ring- rn-er- gi "a STORE! East Side Main Street, Bora' and ColUr.a'f UTAH NORTHERN RAILROAD, THAT PESKY BILL. A5G0S1XBA TTILLTA3I DRIYPTf Dry Goods ! WOODMANSEE'S Mm' Liquors BITTERS. Organdna, RETURN night's ma a.o, CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SNUFF. Another day past and the Poland IBITABLE TO TBI 8SASOM. has not come up in the SenIniquity SPECIAL RATES 'oa LARGE PARTIES The District Ring taade a final effort in thtSenate last evening and died hard. ate. As the hours wear a'ong and Toamt ready fortrlpi to placet of intrrMt. All day Shepherd, John C. Emus, still the shameful thing rises not from M. TtlATCHKK, Can. NIBLEY o Ktllwurne, Magrudder, Secy. Cenl. Tat. Agt. Huiit. it3 chances its the on calendar, place and Delegate Cbipumn lobbied f anct beautitically, having their headquarters in grow smaller by degrees Uorhnm's office; Sargent was selected fully less. And AND yet the "ring" howl- Dissolution of Partnership. to preseut an amendment providing hut oa of the commissioners to be appointed ers are not happy. VT0T1CB IS II.EREBT GIVEN that theCO. bill 1 PAKTSERSlill fcrmerly exlstine under lue Misaes', srid Children' by the President under the newThis firm nanie of CASS1N t MOM'KK. lanyincoa Ladies', should bedesignated governor. Trimmed 11a ts and Fancy Goods. aa BUTCHERS, on Fifth Street, Ogden, bnine 1) Genuine Old Scotch IWiiskcy, Old Cognac Brandy, Prints, Excursion Tickets! I Fine Jamaica Mum! THE CHOICEST STYLES t Prices for Cash. Bed-Ro- ck GOODS, F COHSMTTNQ Etc, sVLL LINE OF Groceries! Groceries Just Arrirlns;! Quality of Which wc will j m. 1b4 arc nnr laraiag rat a A Xo. 1 STREET, OGDEN. . Official honesty and integrity and COWLEY &, CO , these virtues which Bhould shine in a 4 Utah. Cache Co., Sheriff, are enthroned in the Castle Logan, of Uinta Counry, W. T in a born. For real purity without stain, look at. the White of Evanston precinct, same county over the left. Of not I. a than Ten Perna. In the chess game played on the Williamson board, White Castled on TO VISIT THE the Browns. . , PARTIES WISniNQ CinTontof Cmcb. Valler and the ' ia ipUadid fikb mountain For full explanation of the above treami abounding (root Ac, caa obtain read the particulars of the escape of TICKETS a fugitive from justice given in last , Store! City Drug MAIN NEW STEAM SAW MILL Con-jrr- Shepherd, who had grown in his estimaOn the tion during the investigation. ether band, the friend of the Governor on a My he will not actept the plact 0)Dvmision which would uly be a temporary appointment at lcast- -a big drop irota the dictatorship which he had eitaWished over the Distriat. Sawyer, slnoe being turned out of the Treasury DcpaiOtueiit, ha spent the most of hi litue on the flctor of the Senate. The pnlary ef tliO commissioners will be $5,000 each. The investigation by the Joint Select Committee of the llavriog'on bogus safe burglary, is still in progress. The development! ibus far are mfficiaat to duuin the wbola detective sys p, especi ally of the Secret Service Bureau f tha There is no Treasury Department. tnat the conto doubt reason any longer of Columthe character ruin to spiracy bus Alexander, one of the leading memorialists before the late District investiga tion, was put up by Col. Whitley, Chief of i ha Secret Service Bureau, and that Jifuas induced to enter upon the infam-u- c by suiuc persons connected with COLUMN. Cherip Tor Cash. in jmrmcT 1. C. M. I. wnmi ALL Cure Nourfiv hr:mz:em, Gcni, I Jtack, Belt Jlhctisa. Foif Done Bitea. bone and Jluscio A5eeticna, Sore Nipplp ondinay beiistlj teHiiedthapacacoalorau W" IIXM or I). Jr. STUART ''Dried tongue," was the answer FOR SALK THE BUST AND CBKAP EXTERNAL. WOUNDS- I OK( E and 1.1 FT which a minister, just going out to KIEFS for or shallow wella. Also, deep with suitable 'exchange," gave some one who ask-e- d iron Points for DriT. Well Pumpa, nol Kpriiitf up in a davoray-fitted upon e Pumps piping. repairedaod CUOiE7THK M08TABSQB9 AhOONl(AICBI;T" him wHat he had in his earpet- AE1 H Vf B00 terms, at Workshop. Tl thing Office, CUK1D to TUE Mrsrs. Bntwe hare the eTper lecee oag which contained seven 8tT- - Ogdcn. Will be Sold at Reasonable Price wiU ' trial. of Tf.ars thirtv an4 on Easy Terms, as w uions. wish to Close Out. If tie Lininientis cot icccxsaeiie& TnE civil authorities in Salt Lake The Finest House City surrendered a soldier, guilty of of Entertainment assault upon a civil officer to Gen. w. n. Morrow who marched a detachment HOLDERS AXD COMRACTORS, nooriB, snpt. IN OCDEN CITY. J D not be imposert span sy vMS of soldiers to the jail to release him liniment claiming the aaine ltV ii"'V aru a Liio&k FUitS. from arrest. But then they are Mor 'All erdera addressed to"; D. H. m J tret nothins but TLAIX and ORXAJIE3T1L mons, you know, llow would Gen. aD WITH Feery, Ogden, will receire prompt Ord get along if he were to attentioBj attempt shcIi au outrage iifmi the eitv auKXCELLKST ACCOMODATIONS. STAIR a - Snij) et an, Dcira i Cavvr thorities of Omaha?. Home Kule, AT Ctv.I bo it remembered, i?a cardinal arEo-oFr pnrtifuUm rp)jr to Orders lft at John Hojle's Furniture 25c, 5Cc.&zt. and 01 peSm te ticle rf tho Tctmerafit erced.-- 'n Sior will reiT prompt aUtaiio. o? Bottle. K7jec And '! t Uaal'1. CtX (1174 C TO RENT. g P reason-cbl- BYMW-liOB- 113-t- f D.PUGH&SON, D UTAH HOTEL, IcncywillbcEefiisM Py Eligibly Sitiintecl, Meriu Mz&m BUILDERS. t m.!i 1 2- OGDtK. i LYON HTG.