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ALLEN'S. NOTICE. JI,aIaU Items. nurse, will topplts over hundreds o i Other cerenioniesr in volviug ui port-aitt hv recviyii adorTifpninuhlca- t fyhtirles XV. Penrose. Editor olerical positions, and put the tion.freax MaladViving "rU;(rTrs to &..: OF WALKER Primate of all Etrglantl- - outside the "W," who writes to a'plioVly printed ' " , which he circular issued from.thiuBanjis of the pal of the Church-ove- r OGDEX. UTAH. & Cp,:, 0 Ogden, Vill hereBROS. W has been presiding- for to many Bar.'wh'c reVv.,a.ita,,,cof it ciRnaturc. The informatiea io years. carried be after on . by article may beef future pjtr to Thnril.ijr rteolnj, Dec. 8, IS74, us, but we omit pubnVtiojf.it betcsicne'we tine (Oqden $iui$tiouv nt SS T , - - "Mr-mooV- !; Walker TO PRETEXT MISTAKES. The recent cases of in driving up cattle, when the horns of the aoiuiala butchered .wera thrown into the river, for few, no doubt.tbat they wculd hoolc somebody, gore some penon who had been hooking, or interfere nitli the arrangements of BATHER STRANGE. aheeCwitb H- - subscribers in this qity, any four notoriety by notion g it ia' ear eoljoins lv. : f - 8-- w$t belong to the great moving pjwer Would it not be a good idea to have of the age. It not only "makes the an addition to our list of municipal mare tojgo," but passes lawst plasters ofEcen? If a Brand Master were over breaches of virtue, blinds the appointed, whose duty it sbeuld be eye a of. justice, condones crime and Money is , works wondrous miracles privately, publicly, socially and nationally.. ' ,The Chinene and the Japanese, two nat'ons which have been popularly associated together, but which are us distinct and different iu tody, spirit, customs, intellect and various Other characteristics as any other two nations that could he named, have beca halting on the verge of a great conflict. ' They have been hoppiug round and sparring like two" boy I'raciicat for.r about io engage in a desperate and Formosa has been the battle gruund. .But just as all things I ROJI LITTLE CAUSES. wtre favorable far alight, money has been brought to bea', and the war is v.. things from little causes V ever before it began oak to inspect ali animals about to be butchered within the city limits, and keep a record of their marks and brands, it would not be quite so "i'usy to' dispose of stolen stock, and a great many "mis akis" might thereby bo prevenled. Wo make tho above suggestion to fur ei:y fathers, and leave it to their wisdom and expericn',e whether or not it shall be eu;b i'.d in somp - v-Ge- (rro:. : giant . comes from thousand dollars, or be liula aaoro,n inch of space be- five hundred thousand taels aot to tw6i switch sends scores of sacrificed souls into their Maker's bo confouuded with celestial pigtails has bean tendered by the Cninese pwy'iiCe io-- niomfnt, a single vote turns the tide of election which floats aod accepted by, the Japanese, and latter will vacate the il u J "in jmJxpectant- candidate into the the Money is equally Presidential hairrsra- - all thework on the 2Gtb inst" t Seventy-fiv- e a , . potent - -- ing4 and multifarious cftnsequences of a "judicial courl turn on such a small among Christiana and t BcaiAL. Wm. Hauey, the wounded mao wbe was stopping 'at tie. Globe hotel, end who died ' jesteMny, was buried this afternonn. Doeiaoii was in tho employ of Mr." Whitney, of.'iali Lako at the time the wound was receiv nilled.- b?ptism, is essential to mem-- 1 airship in that" ccclesiafctical estab- ed, and Mr. V. came up to Ogden lish taunt, and membership is essential day, and with the assistance of - to- ' : : and All persons insert the following'. Jioriifon-p' letter: . ' WALKER Ii'call'very well for tBe Iirdepetrdents to talk about "Iloneci Mormorii.'' eio , ' Ogden, Nor. 25 1874. now, but tbe "Mormons'' that ever voted for them didn't amount to a rw of fins. We " : . Ir'was the Indians, bull WTcliers,(iiules, Children and everything elco 'that T Ley could give a name to. It is opi-alf serted that ihey gave ah. independent ticket to oce of Charley Reader's mulu, and that the mule nearly choked to death trying jt, .but that be took ' one of the PeopU's Tickets Nnd wanted .more, but his vote whs challenged, when it was sren lie would not VDte an Independent iickit."hiit the mute having conscious scruples about such matters refused to be sworn in. f Mr. Geo. SiGHrt hae taken charge of the W. U. Teltgraph oflice. lie u said be a firct-claoperator, ami wekn w he is otherwise able io till rhe (iBic- Mr. S. Lfwis left here a dy or no ng en , tie gbing U tak- tne Kayiiviile sobool. FrenehmHO A couple of nien brought hire to day trum Cmiboo. claiming thitt he was crzy. Thre must be some mix take, they i.ave got the sne man under guard and let the two in ane people loot-e-. We thiuk (and ao the French gen tleaian clainis) that it is a plot to rob him of bis propur'y. . Mokmos- .- r route-i'r'lfiiill- ... 4 Ilomesirk India-- i Ab.ui. Uoiih Seboul. '. ,. ; A Full Line of Fall Dry Goods OLD WALKER BUILDING. Main Street. Ojfden, payment, fr ..... same immediately the . ... hi f Co., . " BROS. d57 lm . GHOPHOUSE. MAIN STREKT, OUDEN, (Nest door aorth of 0. H. Tribe's proviiiaa itore.) fiut received, a SPLKXSID . STOCli OF Eastern and Western Boots and "?. WALLA WALLA n i, . Thay inyiU inspeotion Shoes f their stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, , c. ALL NEW, AND AT LOW FIGURES. - MEALS ATALL HOURS JO. APrOLOJflO, rrop'r. Oat, BarUy and Potatoet Wheat, taken in exchange. JAMES ALLEN & Co. SOMETHING - you , OUGHT to KNOW PEED " AND ; JIGHT Z. " e Tin: m. 0 Gil EN BRANCH. Ju1 Arriving O TJ H. TP Xj JUNNISG, Coupled wiih immense power and duraSewTbe only eiraigbl-tieeillbility combines these whicli Maehine ing girat essentials. Observation and prac tic have demonstrated the fact,' that gond sew'iDr can be done on all firvt cl uiHchines ' riinn 'ht enquiry arises; Which Mucbioe runs ihe lighiei? Hi Wbioi." Machn e sme "be fas esiT CM. I., " and to Arrive! X GtOOX S , CONSISTINQ , OK The Choicest Styles and Patterns of DRESS LliNSEYS FLANNELS, GOODS, AND A GINGHAMS, . ASUB1MENT Of DRY And Ktmo Ntion. . GENERAL THE H'FKD. GOODS! The Oxford. '(Fa.) Vx s:.ys: Whieh Mciiine liua the bumiieHt apMen's. B"ys' nd (.'bildren's S? . lliitlC' who ludi.ms the of 'One Ttceutly i came to Liucooju University to ri i itn ew, fun ttuooeistuliy Qu'tv jnii an education, two No. 8 cotnii? Vis! .. weeks a;o for home iu Utah Vitliey, o. i having become houiiiek.' He waf the nephew of a chief, and thought N B. MittvUM, ladir-s'SaturdiM being the day wijicli Mise.x', and Children's Hosiery of all Grades. he did not receive the ho'tiae wlneh .should be'pHidtinjUch adrsiiMptiishwd e ills uihy from the outlying towns to perron age. This yt;is showu by hiui Og lea Oi'y, Is.jai make it a point lob.1 A KCI L SDMSK OF toward it more, particularly fouud iu my otot- a!wn. Si4unlays. r Komas and the nthea. Indian at th 'oFriO. AN.i SHJW ROOM ON STARE I.SICV MH101S GROt'ERIES, UAB1.WABE, h day Hefre IS bZ K T,' univrsity M A IV SS left he became so indnanttliat- he ar (.i'a.-.-are. Sinidlir, II ;i in ess, and Pa per-I- I a pi ngti. , Opp. to.the Old.Tithing Yard. dressed hiutselt in all bis IndErn tog': ' J . A. P. PERKINS, . iid"TiiVi.'re. ' Trimu.iu t, Uiiiiv gery, put ou wuTpiiHJtv .and with .S'. M. We'd ' knife and tov rlver iu his be1t ap- A'fevt (mpin)r OGDLM CITY. . peared in tbe preseuw of theffcultv - .IUP1 RKl KlVKli, of tho university, declaring ,Jj.is iu 01 me niot popular mid l!et An teutiou of setting off ori fool, idr' hi homv in the West. AND COOK The officetS o; the ins tu h, s f nitIn .d that he w is dtt rmieii' n p. , I !s.ii bat ia Claus, Eclipse, i u him . Ivh'Shs, Diau. end Coal to w,ut ui.t.i tlu i.ra. ci: 'ud, iui(.rvtd prevailed upon w'. H Cliain. Box, ae'utl N citlinb. wlieu lit lin uld (iv next morum, y atft, ' " r.iU. 1: hiui by railway. R'd the v Aecuniiwily, next morning, .Mewi. John L. K 1U1C CASH! i tll aud Edward I). Bin gham', twoot i the teachers.- accompanied hint to Philadelphia, and placed hiui aboard m hi of Hull a train bound lor Omaha, in hpet ial ot d c h uductor. the "He charge COitKI .GA'tED l,i.U)VS ALL IZES. be-given a new uauie at the university, that of John J. P He was quite an apt scholar, and I RIME ORGANS AM S1XGLB SLWIAb showed remarkable quickness f perth alphaception, having niasteiKd Just in Stuck. bet in a shott time, and could understand mauy English words. He was always Tespectful to the offiTersf ' the . institution. and only WAGONS AND MA- I!IEKV AT HIE OLD TITHING YARD. .upon his dignity because his Indian had imbibed too much of our D mocrttic notions, tbereby, failing to show him the deference th-- kinswill nceive prompt I! 1' O All orders ddicerd man of a chief was entitled to. ... . . ... . : attention. , 'X i.i niK n i;t. leh-bt- m iii. s;ei. lj eis t st les aLOTijya of HATS, CAPS, SCOTS hKD SHOFS,CLOVES , a - I A-fe- w - T Qi)f-en'- 11 nie 4 ! 5i-2- " PARLOR -- STOVES, i QM.-n- 'Dt-'iu- 1 i . . , b-- d ALL IO hiOLb l AT Pty Deceased has uo relatives iu this coun- iand. ThactBtlworJiing')"thii)king try, but had sufficient means to pay his le 1 lTirTe ''Archbishop of d bnrial expenses. has'now that The Ebt.' Mr. Leng offloiated at the 'transpired il - formally "christened," funerul services, which were attended that jp baptized. Being. in. danger by few of the friends of the deceased. of death in his infai cy before hoj his nurse wuld W taken nvJiom tbe Gods Die : This-wtiid v2;ibar spjpfijthBg. all. tijbt eirough . according to .A stariliiig evidence of the above rad hurch "fri such t hV i liies ot fhe apbonsm wns.rnrni8iiei yreteraay in a nd provided, but iff is telegraph dispatch bringing the niourn-fcase'fbadfl news that Alice, wife of II. B. Claw-so- n ' thai the proper form was not piid nd'daughier of President Brigham ohserveS, and this Veing the cJase tiV Ypunjf,;bft(l died suldeily at St. George. 'wSotiie' iht had. pone..wif her family m whole rite was voiii to spend tbe winter You hfnl, beituti-fuof aa smitb:e o i ien, fbis preLite-- i ho is not a pfc!ate crifted with talents.bf i bleb order and i8 cocfirnied baand if"thedoisbtf a retiued tast.e, she bad cultivated ministered many ceremonies which ffualities, H.n ft so brforae one most the of interesting and lovable of the void." of one Not the also are priests cirole who anew her so well in Ufa and cr other dignitaries whom he has 'who willle deeply mourn her death. A she was with ber friends urJaiaed ai anything .but; laymen, short time since In this crty; ffhd on the occasion of a re tfnd all ,jbe ecclesiastical proceed- - cent enUrUfcinment at the theatre si if has officiated are as was present, lull or bealtn, buoyant witn legs' afwhich he hope, sparkling with wit and apparunily been. never had though they happ) as tbe hnppiest; now she lies cold in certain that in death stricaen by tbe hand of humani will perceived It mortal enemy. Asa daughter she was ty's reof England instances the Church her father s idol; as a wue ana mwiner but form she was devote , affeotwte, umiriBg gards authority as nothing:, all for. her h'isbsnd and cbil the sprinkl- - sacriacinji as a as everything.- Although drearand poor of fifty he ". ' 4.Tcne in. As nine of se.be ; het anv'bf otist ihg "at 1.45 yesterday Holy Tria't'.J iplj&g Vatnonty afternoon, of an H'wess of only 'few aud.re hours :'he eau-- e other death was ex.. fjom them, yet any lgnoraut aduiiimttr it, cessive hemorrhage o'coasioned by can old lady probate child birth, fbe was thirty-si7 providing that the form bedly oh. vara of sze. and the mother of four Canter-buryAti- o IStlWtb . The nominal head Ha'ey. an eugineer on the C P., attend ,Vj f'wicV Vffi?v. eJ to the arrangements for tbe funeral. Ff'that church'ie the Queen of Eng-- . ,.,.". - W. H. Hooper, Supt. H'R- .- -- E? as i ul l, . di.-p- pot-efs- th-e- e For nil Female Complaints nothing equals Or. Pierce's Favorite PreccriptioB. It is a most powerful restorative ionic, a. so combining the ruest vat able nervine properties, espeoially adaptine it to tbe wants f debilitated ladies suffering from weak back, inward fever, congestion, inflaiuation. or ulcua tion, or from nervousness, or hnurnlic naius - Mr. 0 W, Sey mnur,' druggi8t, of Canton, W Y., writes Dr. .Pierce as follows.-- "Tbe demaiid for your favorite prescription is wonderful, aaf. one man "stat-- d his wife bad not done a tj me that five in work mon'l'g whi-- she days cOtLmenced taking your Favorite Preiid.ls now scription, eok on the third bottle and is able to da her bouse work alone ; and milk fourteen cews twice a day ", l)r Tierce's Favor? its Prescription, is sold by all dealers in medicines. J two-boul- - was"-eh- - ' pre-roitnr- e A?3oeir.tion will he .held, at the Cky VlirPgden . 14thrflS7.i at Cityi' X Dec: o'clock rj.m." .All members are respeo'fully inl of whom were with vited to attend. Thus the oir.isaion of a word children, sons, all r ltr durinp ber brief illness and at tbe G W. fUKNEtl, Sec y. or two iu the perfuraanca of the hour of her demise. Peace to ber askes. attended io by UU Grab's -- S. L. Herall, l)e. M. . JC3-lia37- 0 CLARK'S! WHO IKS ALE AND iUTAIL WINE AND LlftUOR DEPOT ENGLISH, SCOTCH AND AMERICAN Mi CO BEER!r AZaE- ilEID - ' - Of the Finest Qualities mat nfaclured, on draught, or in battle, - - - , ALSO, A CHOICE ASSORTMENT AND SCOTCH CHEAPER ".Ihe aljouroedaBnuaf "inc'eting.of llerd the.' Weber Co. Vfo-idsy- eM "a d296-t- f 0 IRISH WHISKEY1 Home, Mountain Dew, Pipifax. U. S., Victoria and California Wine Bitterst : noticp:. t OC. l. i mfe Cfcromcnj Statsee cE iis-1- 4 vmindjM Judge McKean's!' A very little affair in Groat Britain thre ateuAloaonvulse the'great Church f England as by law established. Sprinkling, or, as it is, incorrectly manage-men- arc is daily sacairr OF holding due bills will please present : overland-transportatio- n, of Thos, , J. " John.W. LawrinCk. Slop-pai- l, stock.' Seeing that araangemerits have Permitting animals to run on the been made by the U P and C. P rangjjluncared fojrand unmatched, is companies combined, to run a line-orisk busine6s:to "their proprietors, a titeamurs to China and Japan with distant temptation tp the "unprinci- lh.e, view f running out the other pled, aBd a cjntTqual opportunity for steamship company, it looks a little ibe pT&ft3Rioil- - rtoek-thie- f Still, singular that such aa arrangement Jhe praotiqe1 of turning-ou- t animal should have been effected. Is it nut is common in this country, and sompossible that the Tribune ha be n ething should be done to throw a sold by some friend of the P. M. barrier in the way of those who arc Co.? apt to make mistakes, or are chronio illy disposed to sell to butchers THE POWER OF JIO.VEY. LicL d Brothers, AliIxISBI t to. tbe fro'm-4allusic- n - 1 w dHNy The Chicago Tribune announces that aa agreement has been entered Our.Mald jporrspoadn into between the Pacific- Kailroads hereafter abstain and the Pac'ifie'MairSteamehip Comand'fiiirTia.say merits.. .: ,. pany, by which the R. R. Cos. guar- ea-gC- " give D- - antee 1,750 tons' of .Westward bound through freight per month at 122 50 per ton,' and the S. 8. Co. to land all parties going it on their own hook, its tea at San Francisco and allow the Et tie propriety of establishing 11. R. Cos. two cents per pound fur onie kind of protection, to owners its "cijlteri" thea." not wish d under the JAMES TEAK AM V EWE 0 GLEE JE AT CLARK'S LIQUOR STORE, Main Street, ... KEAK-TH- - ' LITER! XStai 'Ogden STABLES- - - ' Xothing adulterated. All of the best srleetin. . " v.'