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pkNBOSE. Editor nd Busiw Od esj.tea, KVKRt SVEMSfc. Sundays . Birth. 3frtUm. tot MuaK.r. Tueday )ast, the lUih iuaL, td Mrs Maria P. Tribe, wife of Mr. Henry Tribe, uf this cii y, a daughter. All well. Thai That earthquake . niaknn Leater J. lift- - did visit eabtuquakb. Ogden after all. We have the Jd"'1 tbe conereEtloa at lhe testimony of several trustworthy ladies riw.ill . .m at 11 itv and gentlemen that inotbir earth did T,berncl tremble and quake about two minutes past midnight on Wednesday night r lVant?iI. m bonse-worwhichever you Thursday morning, woman experienced please. Ogden was not outside the cirii iuurtt St., OsJen, cle of vibration. Ogden has Lad its earthquake with the rest of 'em. - l been ,te ,l0tte8t day This To Bkino Homk thb 8icK. On ThursfdiVw-oGood time for linen what day about now evening, Mr. Warren 0. Child, of complains this Sol 014 city, left by the C. P. train for the are we Loving. "id summer -West. He has quite a journey before ' time. lost faking op for ; him by rail an stage, lie baa gone to San Bernardino ta bring heme Mr. . C. vi.i to Richardson, of Plain City, with whom buy a machine ask one of boIm he is connected by marriage, and who lu""B ."commend it as tbe best in ttah. recently had his ancle badly broken by "Tf'.Tu 1) Hammond, Ogden and Logan, bs , dust-Sobo- n. j itpst In I'tah. lulit "J an accident in the mines, as related in the Junction a few days ago. We hope ws had a call CaUEd. Last evening that Mr. Child will have a successful Paul Vaader Vor1, cbief clerk from Mr- trip and bring back the wounded man service from 0maha t0 S- - without accident or mail He could difficulty. ,f the not be in better hands, and this is unwere both ou the U. P. line. They derstood by the family of Mr. Richard-eon- , ur. its and with Ogdea BUCh pleased hi whose earnest request Mr Child surprised at the pleasant has undertaken this long and expensive rounding. nd maD7 improvements in dwelHng" journey. Call again, gentleinea. our city. From last evening's Condensations. i Get the Simplest. Reaper and Mower with W J," BOOM) 4 ItRUNO"51' machine in and Bi Huamond, Otden complied-JSry- . the autLiai market. Sold by U Loan. A new Tribe has It is of the most innocBrriied in Utah. ent character and appearance, is of the Aothe Tbibk. persuasion, feminine and announced its Judge Peacock reports two thousand acres of crops mostly destroyed by cutworms. Toe rest of the crops in San Pete look well. The people are healthy and many of them have joined the United Order. A travelling advertiser 'promenades Salt Lake City, sandwiched between two boards and mounted with a long conical bat with a tuft of bair on the of a cheering and Tribe is welcome, top. ud more are hoped for and expected on That sirjgle harness which was stolen See Birth Noiice, tome future occasion. from Mrllen Atwood has been returned. mil join wita us M congratulating the From tkis morning's Herald: parties principally concerned. A discharged soldier named J. Her-zo- g attempted to rob a comrade at his lodgings, but was caught in the act, reThe II est Mowers. hfl befit in and was tn the a heavy shoulder-strike- , onlrnnurlttritrpti ceived nrl'. which is 100 Uwccuutry, will be old at e'u, last the in shut up night. city jail W Ins Itur first uuat. abulia and oilier machinery Lawho has A new "ring" orgaa-grinde- r, tUicvery lowest rates. Call and examine tin buying elsewhere. East the from his L. V. M. I., Ujjucu jjiautu. USlrlW ivr way by an occadged casional loan of four bits, is expected to Mr. Levi Wheeler's run the "merchine." It neiids help. kMBKE Yaed. ' Mr. Oacar Young reports the Cariboo taVr yard is doing good business, and out as mines gold in paying of reasons turning the big bills. One of quantities, and furnishing a good marlie success uf hit enterprise, although ket for Bear Lake produce. h a Incite,! Mlf fl'Otn 1119 llialU PttTl .v. Murphy's last appearance at the Theof the city, is because he advertise The Coleman Sisters on The vir- atre rroramently in the JvisuiiOJf. next. Mondav tues of printer's ink are not fully understood at present in Ogden. liut they will be, shortly. Persona who waut SINGULAR ESCAPE. adrent by vocal music The forcible kind. fc large or small quantities of building material can obtain them at Mr. Wheeler's lumber yard, on the bench, where his agent, Mr. 0. H. Eggleston, will be on Uui to attend to their orders. Geared Machines. Triple When bur a sure Utaper or Mower, be jon it it sot a TKtlFLi.-UlSAHJi- that bare been introduced machine is Kvsry that MACUl.Mi; ull have proved failures. double-geare- tttMw-s4S-3- Fmm Australia. By the courtesy of have been favored letter frem Elder William Geddes, who is now ou a mis-io- a to Australia. Elder Geddes enjoys pretty good health, though the climate does not suit him altogether, he travels nd preaches extensively, though the distances between towns are very great. There are but Latter-da- y few real very 5ints in the mission, but some oonverts re being made. Elder Geddes would ike to cbtaia some of the antecedents fe notorious C. W. Wandell, who is "o in Australia spreading false reports, id who has obtained uniawful posses of the church records. Mr. Joseph Parry, we witi the perusal of a Fl" and Mosti. Whfca the new-- - of deduction by fire of the Railroad Hotel at Toano reached here, the rail-"- d boys, with their usual generosity, ,Mk cp a subscription for the burnt out Proprietors, many citizens of Ogden not " nnected with if. the railroad partioipa-aBa Mrs. Shively desire to H You cannot legally hang aa German; therefore German aliens who intend to do murder, had better not becomj citizens of this unna-turalizi- id great and. glorious Republic. Charles Eggler aged 17, a German, a short time since was about to suf fer the extreme penalty of the law at Auburn, N. Y., for squeezing out the life of Ettie Conkling, an AmeriHis counsel can girl of 14 years. and usual all the used to save him, and legal even tried the pardoning process, but all in vain. But taking a new move, the lawyer brought up the provision of the International law between the United States and Germany that German subjects convicted in this country may bo taken back to Faderland for punishment. Eggler, instead of being choked to death in a foreign country, was shipped across the salt, salt seas to his native land. And what then? Why, life if not liberty, for the young murderer, for under German law capital punishment cannot be inflicted on a minor. . This is a little kink in legal matters not generally known to the public, and perhaps it will not do them a wire-workin- flaw-pickin- vast amount of good how it is hT TELEGRAPH. "Boss" Ttfreed in Court Again. Execution in Arkrnsas. News from Interesting Cuba. The Pope's Address to the Cardinals. AMERICAN. Washinglpn, 19. nominated II. Tbe President Conger, of New Jersey, for Consul at Prague; B. I'otis, of Ohio, lor Governor of Montana Territory; S. A. Windsor, for register of the land office at Cheyenne. The Senate has confirmed Mayor Absalom Baird as assistant inspector general of the army. The President has approved tut act extending the time for filing additional bounty claims; also the act admitting duty tree articles intended for the Centennial; and the act authorizing the sale of the military reservation at fort Reynolds, Colorado, and the Government V ' buildings thereon. Tha Senate appropriation committee reported the following important amendment to the miscellaneous appropriaticn bill: $1,300,000 to pay tbe interest on the funded debt of the District of Columbia, and the employees of the District government, the rest to be devoted to its current expenses. The committee also report half a million for the relief of the overflowed at Louisiana. They , also strike out the section abolishing the Civil Service Commission, and insert therefor an appropriation for continuance of the same. It is probable that the Canadian reciprocity treaty will be' postponed til! next session. New York, 19. The Amef ican brig "8. OweDs," Capt. ' Martin, i as arrived from Cienfugos with seventeen refugees from tbe draft in Cuba. They tell a fearful tale of tbe condition of affairs in the Island, and tbe outrages committed under the conscription. Capt. Martin reports that tbe inhabitants are in great terror, owing to tbe relentless manner in which the conscription is tarried out. Persons of all ages and conditions are forced into the army, ' and those too feeble to shoulder a musket are placed in the chain gang. lie frequently saw old men and boys in the street, a Spanish officer b Laud iu g ovr them, whip in hand, ready to apply tbe lash unmercifully upon the least dereliction of duty. Even the Spanish residents of the city had been disgusted vith tbe inhumanity of their own race, and were disposing of their property as fast as possible lo escape from the Island. A Havana letter reports, on trustworthy information through insurgent sources, the arrival efan expedition under Aquiliera, on the norttr coast, with four thousand arms, six pieces of mountain artillery, aud a large quantity of ammunition. All of the material was safely landed and communication established with the forces of Maximo Gomez This is said to be the mot important expedition gotten up by the insurgents since the firstyear of the war. The American, Frederick Dockery, is si ill confined at Carccl Nairol n"m Puerto Principe. He was ten days in close confinement, but now has clean and comfortable quarters, and is in good beulth and spiritsr One of the clerks of the U. S. Consulate General at Havana, Las arrived in Puerto Principe to assist Dockery as interpreter There was considerable excitement in the Court House this morning by tbe appearance ef Ym. M. Tweed, subpoenaed as a witness. He was brought into court attended by two deputy sheriffs. He was dressed as in old times, in a dark 6uit with a white neck tie. He h much thinner than formerly, and his face bears the evident trace of mental anxiety. He has aged, too, perceptibly, but appears in good health and tolerable spirits. He was attended, as ever, by his son, Wm. Tweed, jun. to-d- ' . " General merchandise! HHr it b iv Xr r iv ed,.. : SPltING AXI At 17-- ' ' SUMJIJIK GOOD& the lowest hate. PUR KI T TJ R E5 ! ISTotice. Estvay IN JIT POSSESSION TFIK FOLLOW. ' tk dercribed animal, which, if not claimed aad taken away, will be gold ts the LiicI'Mt bidder at the Dietricl Kirar fenud. at Ojfden City, Tuenday, June SO, J874, at 2 p.m. One brown roan peny mare, 9 yoari old, laddie cinche and crupjwr marks, no brand visible. One cbtimnt eorrell horse colt, one year old, atur In forehead, no brands Tiaible. Wm.K. HFK, -. , ; District I'onndkeeper. . ; 1874. Ofcden City, June 17th, - FOURTH OF JULY 187 4! : , - . : a ANNIVERSARY OF OCR OOUNIKT'8 Independence, will be Celebrated at The Finest and Cheapest stock of EASTEBN'TURNITURB FAER'S GHOVE, CGDEN, Ever Offered id Uiis Market, NOW UX EXHIBITION, AND FOB, SALE AT tS SATURDAY, JULY 4lh, 74. Visitors from all parts of Weber, Box Elder and Cache Counties are expected. J. BOYLE & Go's. iiAST SIDE IIOS. F. D. KitlURDS will preside. STOBE, MAIN STREET, ' ' ' OCal) EX t All kinds of Household goods, for the T)ra inR Rootoi New Stylos of Looking Kitchen or lled-llooBrass and String Bands will be . Glasses; l'afier Hangings, "Window Shadts, iu Attendance. , ., . Cornices, and other articles to adorn ruflai and beautifj Happy llomts. CEREMONIES PRECISELY TO COMMENCE AT 11A.M. DANCING T SPRING BEDS A SPECIALTY. T From 2 p.m. tiU Midnight. w ADMISSION FREE! Tickets for danclug to be obtained of FARRBROS d233 2w NOTICE OF - Maiii Strcetj t Ogdeni Ndtidns,1 Boots and Shoes, II ATS and" CA.V&. Soovtus. B : DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS The nndereigned has tbie day retired from tbe firm of Hilliame, ScorlUe O, ana oai aoia mi interest therein to Jobua v Miami, wno win evi-lcall accounts doe the firm and pay the nnder ligned'e labilities therein. Horatio - j DEALER IK ' COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE TnE between the nndera'gned, nnder Scuville" baa this day ''Williams firm nameof ttic been dinsolveq by mutsal content. Joehua.nU' liams will coliAct all depta due tbe late firm and will pay all it liabuttiea. Jomci WlUXlMl, - IloiuTio 11. Svoviu. Ogden City, May 80th,187 4. Ogden, May 30th, 1874. Grove FOXJIjQBR, . DISSOLUTION. Lieut. Gov. Talbot, bill establishing a State detective force, and the House refused to pass it over "" ; ! the veto. . Pittsburg, 19. Tbe trial of Ernest Ortweni tor the murder of the Hammet family, ended to- TJIE BEST BELJl in UTAH Wholesale and Retail. day.. After a deliberation of 15 minutes the jury returned with a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree. The court FAMILIES A3TD tHE tfiADE SUP fully endorsed tbe verdict. The prisoner PLIED. no emotion. manifested Louicville, 13. Ordert Promptly Shipped to any The widow of the celebrated natural foint on the Kauroadi. ist, John J. Aududon,'died at Shelby-villKy., yesterday, aged 88. & Little Rock, 19. Cass Mattelerock, of Rock Creek, P. 0. Box 19, Ogden. ia tbe premurderer, was hanged y sence of 2,000 people, mostly colored. He protested his innocence to tbe last. Pleasure Ground in the Beautiful '" : t ' k ( Jfow Good? nt)w Arriving for Springand Summer Trade. Brewery GRAIN "AND OTHER PRODUCE IS RECEIVED -- Exchange for Gbddfv e, FRY. RICHTER ' "7 j MICES ALWAYS AT THE LOWEST FIG UBE8 Grove. ' FOREIGN. But it is an item of news, "Matlrid, 19. to it P'titude and the Junction such as gives appreciation, of the kind- - and is Coecha continually receiving rein of their friends at Ogdea. They that portion of the great world that forcoments. Gen. Palacias, with 10,000 Mt U o y t ! FULL STCCKt SAMUEL HORROCKS, The itvls ef tbe firm ia now changed to Wll- Boston, 19. note tlte Co. Correspondent will plea llami vetoed the alteration. y, Medidnal tW. i. Peebles, Preswiption Druggist Fifth tiuh. ex- in the conflagration, lies within its little sphere. '"the exception of a little bedding. M a great misfortune to them, their 0sses A few evenings ago a colored caching at least $3,000. It is and doctor in Memphis, KPP9sed the accident occurred through preacher was approached by a darkey "Oe Tenn., let off by Chinamen. of the commoner Bort. The fellow n article appeared in the San Fran-"s- asked the doctor to go with him and Chronicle, a day or two ago, stating he could get a trunk full of money. 'e railroad Hotel at Toano was The doctor went, and near the Ort''Wort of the nionte men, who are Asylum his guide halted and '"g greenhorns on the line of the phan explained that the reverend gentle' ' Tlis is a mistake, or a wilful man was to take off his boots and 'Presentation. These men have not stockings and go barefooted to the al Mr ShiTely' place, point named, while his new found StijTed nave the railroad hands assisted friend carried the boots around to the The men' but on tbe L ?0,e contrary place by a circuitous route. n their tbe for search tbe has lo doctor t.V warn power given up Publiq gainst their trickery, trunk and is Icokinir for his boots. CIGARS, a "Pss through the Jcnctios, their plained. they had ktew. .autre STORE ! Rome, 19. The Pope's address to the cardinals en Tuesday last is published. The Pope reviews the protests against the usurpafT" tion of the Papal States, the abolition of religious corporations, and other acts of ratent Stedidues, the Italian government, 80 that the enei mies of the Church may not be able to T01LST ARTICLES' plead justification of undisputed customs. 1$ He also was moved to allude to these AND subjects again because be had recently received overtures idr reconciliation, and had in his possession a respectful letter urging that as Vicar of the Uod of C. Peace he would pardon his enemies and withdraw the excommunications pronounced against them: but he declares Birvet, Ogdeii, that he cannot make pence with the ene- NEW STORE. mies of the Church. In conclusion he exhorts tbe cardials lo imitate the conduct of foreign biibops. especially inose oi Germany and .Brazil. ,; Paris, IS. In the 'Assembly an amendment to the municipal organization bill DKALiH M was adopted which completes the defeat of the measure.. The amendment in effect maintains the existing system of municipal elections, striking out the clauses which provide for minority rep. resentatioa, by cumulative voting. The A NSW STOCK Oi- withdrawal of the bill was announced. The Right, deeply discouraged by the reeent vote in the Assembly, feels that In great variety, all for sale its power is gone, and that the majority it has heretofore commanded, is broken up. The Left Centra is determined to make a change in the domestic policy of government. Jules Janiu, the author, died aged 70. ; men, is marching against Cnnta Viega, the Carlist headquarters in Aragon. 4 t ? Berlin, 19. The Cathedral Chapter of Posen has refused to obey Government orders to elect a vicar general. Rome, 19. . Tbe American pilgrims who went to Venice have left there for Bavaria. London, 19. In the House of Comiuone, Bourne, under secretary of the Foreign Department, in answer to a request for information, said Government Was willing to mediate between Brazil and the Argentine Confederation, but it3 friendly services in the matter had not yet been invited. lo-da- y, London Bellew, reader, died last nigbt. bu The Daily Nem reports Garibaldi is very ill. aratuemente. A Tiae Hall All kinds of ont-doo-r and large dancing floor, accommodating from SB to 200 persons. Parties wishing to enlace the Hall or Srenndi mnst apt ly seen days lu adrance. d220-6- TERMS LOW. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS their eason. Shipping a Sp'ertaltyi FIFTH ETRtfeT, e. G-.- r.O .Boa 24, Cf.fE$, tf tl7-t- . f 0 YES! 0YES1 WATEi WILL BE H. S. BLANCETT & CO, Wholesale or Retail, ON REASONABLE TEEMS. City Cnatomeri can be applied iaity at their residences. cotj ICE OREAM, SALOON! the Premises. Ordtri left at P. 0. Box 29, w at the FatUry,jut below Z. C. X ., Fourth Street, iftll teteiie Prompt Atlenlioii. AH. wv MANUFACTORY, OCDJ-- On 20. SODA We bare also opened a AND FRUITS In SODA WATER. VH VEGETABLES Bj Express, Dailj, , SPARKII!0 E. P. BROWN, CALIFORNIA f PAYNE & CHRISTIAN. Are bow selling ROCK SPRINGS & EYANST01 C&At-alio Whlto and Gray Lime MAkifcf TllK Rest im :; tub Weights and Measnres euoraateed . , tiur(. before, or 6n dfe old TltUS'T has liver?, killed poor TRAY. TEEMS-Cas- h Office Oifden. ir eortKr Fifth snd Frsikli If. fr. EIJfCETT 4 Bf7 f?