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O Jtt vol. vni. OQDEN, UTAH: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1879. GENERAL NEWS. Published every morning (except Monday) by the 7 Junction GRANT AND THE PRESIDENCY OF THE ISTHMUS CANAL. Printing Association, The Horrors of the New York (Incorporated.) SATES Conflagration. OF SVBSCSIFTIOS: 00 I Three Months, I2.S0 rtr Annum, : : : $9IS.OO One Month, 1.00 Mtnthl, ftr Wuk,;jb Venn. the City. Dtlittrti jr Carrier any frtjf Bf W. Etc. Etc., Etc., rates made known" on application. Advertising A COUPLE OF SEDUCERS SENT TO A WARMER CLIMATE. TJ. Telegraph to tkeJcxnof. Hang nan'a Bar. Pa., Nov. 14. BUSINESS CARDS. Charles Lebanon, Drewi and Franklin Stichler wera for the murder of Jo hanged seph Raber, at Indian town Gap, on the 7th of December last. Coopkestown, N. Y., Nov. 14. Myron A. Buell, aged 30, was hanged for the murder on the 25th of last June, of Catherine Mary Rich ' ards. Galveston, Nov. 14. A New spe cial from Sherman says: Julius Toet tel wai hanced for the murder of Joseph A. Brennen. in Denniaon.on the 15th of January. About 6.000 people witnessed the execution. He exhibited but little emotion, and died in 11 and a half minutes by to-da- y I II I W ( A I L II Ceo. P. Kowoll & Co', A'cwspaper Advertising Bnreta, (lO Spruce Streeti, where CUNTItACJS urtu VflDlf may be mn.'c for it. i:i RC.II I U It (V APVKR-TISIN- to-da- y : A. S. CONDON, M. 1)., and Physician, Surgeon Next Door to J cxenos Office, UTAH. OGDKN aS7-l- y F. S. BICSA23B, Pro.ecuting Att'y, Weber Co. I. , . strangulation. E. WILLIAUS, Formerly Chief Justice Supreme Codrt.Ky. So Canadian Cattle. Washington, Ifov. 14. The secre officially tary of the treasury informed the secretary of state of the recent decision ot tho treasury department, prohibiting the importa tion ot neat cattle into the United States from the dominion of Canada, and requested that the Canadian au thorities be notified that a circular to that effect was issued Nov. 3d. to-da- y RICHARDS & WILLIAMS, LAWYERS. in Peery Block, Fourth St. OGDEN, UTAH. Office d241-t- f The Result at Laat. II. W. 0. MAR GARY, New York, Nov. 14. The .Sun this morning prints the official canvass AND for state officers, as made by the bus CO UNSELOR-a- t - LA W, pervisors of counties. In New York side Main St., and Kings counties the official counts Office Canfiold block, UTAH. have not been completed, but the 0UDEX. dbMy result will not probably be chunged from the unofficial count on election night, and those figures are used. PEltCIVAL J. B ARB ATT, The table shows the following majorities, except for governor, the figATTORNEY ures given in his c: se indicating a AND plurality: Cornell (rep.), governor, CouiiMPlor tit 40,172: Hoskins (rep.), ASSISTANT D. S. DIST. ATTORNEY, or, 1 130: Carr (rep.), secretary of Loans on Mortgagee Ef CoIIwtion. a Specialty. state, 4,411; Wadswortn Irep.l.comp , tiam eiae nam Dc.,ugaen. footed. troller, 7,659; Ward (rep.), attorney d5My general. T,WV; Wendell (rep.), treas urer, 4.651; Seymour (dem.), ngin- err and surveyor, 9,969; Kelly's vote, LEO 11AEFELI, ' TEACHER OF LANGUAGES. ii,Ul. Barking at Shadows. New York, Nov. 14. The Tribune Implication lor r'REXCHAXD GERM A 5 Lessons HepectfuU) Solicited. says. A Portland dispatch embodies Apply to the clerk at the Junction a report current in Maine,, that the office, or P. O. Box W, Oden. iraua tnreatened Dy the democrats dMp33w is about to be attempted. It is said that the democratic state authorities have prepared certificates of election for 17 democratic "senators" and eighty-fiv- e democratic "representatives." This will cive them a ma FIXE GOLD HLL1XG A HPKCIALTI. jority in both houses and a quorum, Satis&ct'on Guaranteed. snouiu me repumicans retire Irom Office, Harris' Hons;, next house north of Methotnis iraudulent legislature, as they dist Church. daulSlw might do. The enormity of the iraua can De snown in a sigle sentence; by stating that the republJ. D. CARNAHAN, tf. D. icans actually elected nineteen senaOffice on. Fourth Street, Ogden, Utah. tors to twelve for the combined ops position. The pretext upon which this unmistakable popular verdict ia Sear Burton & Higginbotham's Start. to be reversed, is that of kbribery by CS'tf the republicans, and it is understood that by a singular coincidence the J AS. E MARTINEAU, democratic state of officials find the votes only of strong republican U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURtowns to have been invalidated in VEYOR and this way. The people of Maine know their own affairsf best, and CIVIL ENGINEER. Legan, Cache Count. Utah. SurreTS and Mitt there seems to be a clear expectation exclaim! made tar location or for obtaining in that state that this preposterous esuw. dmasstr and infamous rraud will be attempted. To outsiders it seem scarcely credible. But if the democratic E. i. O'CAILAGHAS, nartv deliberately adds to its manv burdens the weight of a crime like Physician and Burgeon. this at the very outset of the presi Office Franklin Street, let. Zd snd ilL dential campaign, it must expect to be crushed to the earth by the con vywn, Ltan. mariKJtf demnation ot the J people. ; , Terrible fit &jf la Fire. . morn Nett York, Nov. J. MURPHY, M.D., a fire took place on toe second ing The oely (radnated floor ot a tenement en on canal at, Mary Baliski, who occupied f.part- on the third floor, leaped to ments In the city. and was probably fatally - Oaden, Utah, the street ty Street, iniured. Joseph Batzki. who lived itf-lon the fourth floor, unable to escape by the roof or stairs, threw himself from a window and was killed. His W. S. HUGHES, entire family, consisting of a wife and two children and nls mother-iwere suffocated. The damage law, All kinds of Coffins fco order by the fire will not exceed f o.OO. made . When the cries of the neighbors iioiiaDieterm. brought the police and firemen to WnSl north of 4th, Ogden. the bouse, at?ki was seen kicking wildly at the wmdow or ms pearoom and ret'irning as if endeavoring to KinESWELL, something with bim. The smok e nils act BBSAxntTAi fjos mums. drag drove nira DacK duj lie returned Order, again. This time a sheet of flame ollck ft, trade,wpec,fny aopplied ,t loweet rato,' shot into bj face, and with a des"! general jobbing; alio pairing cry he seized the window Helmut r"PiriM mithing. .Merchandise and produce taken. frame and sprang out. The distance MAIS Br, jforth ofZ. C. M. L was not so great, but in his descent the man's feet were caight by the lintel of a window below, and be was turned head downward. Thus he BILL POSTIEyr, struck she pavement with a sickenLirsns in Ogden ia ing thud and was dead before assistance floujd be rendered. The wife OlIIV had rolled upon the floor and 'on pre, Ari9 to Jo work i hi, jiBe rith reached her chiiiio'f room, her the cure, and on raw ptttut shortcut butlce. first thought being for them, there smoke had overcome her, and tlS?,11 rlnare8f the "JanetlM." tho with he? list strength, feeling about for her boys, tho had fallen upon them and died there. Their drawn DAU1K0SE & CALDWELL, up limbs showed the agony of their 'AXPEXTERS, JOINERS AND death struggle together. Their cheeks were slightly scorched, otherBUILDERS. wise the fire had not touched them. I ,I?Pcation and etimt prepared oe The tmika had done the work effectually. While the police were endeavoring Street, Jn,t w0ftfin Ogd. to discover the whereabouts of Cob en ATTORNEY nt , Law, lieut.-covc.m- OIBc-o- F. A. HALL, Surgeon Dentist. I. s y I H 5! ire. tTr n . 168-S- &bl-6- IIOR8POOL, and wife, Mrs. Cohen appeared, and at the sight ol her scorched house, called to a neighbor, "My God, what is the matter with our house?" "You may well ask," said a neighbor, "For persons have been carried out of hero dead. What didyoudoto your rooms last night?" "I am insured; our property is all right," was Hie answer. .Mr. blieldon, an insur ance man on post at the door, inter fered and epoKe to the woman. He finally turned her way, and she was not seen again until 12 o'clock,when a detective brought her to the police station as a prisoner. At 8 o'clock, Cohen himself came there. He, too, was bent on money, bringing with him the lawyer who was the guardian of his insurance policy. He had roused him from his bed at 7 o'clock., stating that his house was burned, and he must come with him to the police to show his policy. No one had seen him near the burned house before that. Cohen could haraly tarry till the lawyer put on his clothes, and rushed him at once to the station, where, without a word or thought for the deed, he exhibs ited a paper proving that he was insured for $800 in the Pacific Co. Sergeant Griffith informed him that he was a prisoner. A sense of his position appered to slowly creep over his mind, and he made haste to inform the sergeant that he knew nothing about the fire, had been to work all night at his trade, at 205 Delaney Btreet. His wife and children had spent the night at his brother'i house, on 105 Hester street, His brother's wife had mot with an accident, and they had pone to spend the night with her and take care of her, Nicu-agugovernment for the neces FOREIGN NOTES. sary concession, It cannot bo doubt ed that Grant will very seriously consider the proposition thus made, and THE RUSSIAN BEAR EVOLVES tho opportunities it offers him, not A BRILLIANT IDEA. to say the duties it imposes upon him. Killed IVr a ffalrna. A dispatch from MISCELLAXEO US. Malta announces that the British fleet is ready to sail at a moment's notice. Henri Martin was, yesterday, re ceived by tho French academy as the City Drag Store, San Francisco, Nov. 14. The Bismarck's Palpitating XAI5 (UBEKTCOGBEN Apparatus successor of Thiers, whalingbark John Uowland, arrived Affected with to day from the Arctic regions, res Fatty Degeneracy. At Belfast. '2.000 renUra nf r l. York street spinning company have ports that first officer Edward Carris WM, DRIVER & SON, gan was killed by the discharge of a trucK tor au auvance in wages. Etc. Etc., Etc., gun while saooting walrus. New Brunswick. N. J.. mliW Ivwt Berkleta Stack Pnrthaitag. and Bhoo makers, numbering 5,000, TTAo&jafc and ReUil debrt in The reckless purchasing of stocks By W.C. Telegraph to the JpaottM.) are on a strike for increased wages. continued yesterday with but slight At Cairo, 111., and Terre Haute, Eaglaat Showing her Hand. abatement. It is asserted that the Nov. 14. A London cors nd.. vesterdav. severe ntormn hm Drags, London, Wednesday exchange telegraphers were unable to record the sales as respondent of the Liverpool Cmrler down houses, unroofed churches, and fast as made, and it is claimed that says: Sir Austin Layard, British causeu tne death ot a tew persons. Medicines, the total transactions exceed 700,000 ambassador to At a meeting of the neace rom has been in Turkey, shares. Yesterday those recorded missioncrs now fully organized at structed to hold no further communi , aggregated in the neighborhood of ixs rintos, yesterday, Lhief Ouray Chemicals, cations with the Porte regarding brought in Chiefs Johnson. DnnoUe 550,000 sharos.making the days' among the largest ever done on Asia Minor, but to send for a British and Somerwick. They were all very the exchange. Dye Stuffs, fleet, so that it anchor in Turkish nervous, though trying to appear at Billiard Tournament. waters by Sunday or Monday. Subs ease, iney win oe taken care of. The sixth game of the billiard will depend on Perfumeries, tournament was between Heiser and sequent proceedings White's Prairie Flower whether the Turks proceed to the IT . ... Daly, and was won by the latter, by a aKen oeiore a score of 300 to 184. Daly's highest fulfillment of their promises. retiring win insure a . Hair Brushes, good night's rest, with an awakening SecoeoMl Rnecnmbhig. run, 50; Heiser's, 75. Tho next game morn in to uie rosy was played by Rudolph aud Sexton, health, courage A dispatch of Oct. 28t h, and vigor. For coated tongue, bad Combs and was won by Sexton; score 300 to says: Capetown and An embassy from Chief breath, sick headache, or any dis 257. The highest run of Sexton 53, came to Fort Webster, saying turbance arising from dyspepsia or Rudolphe 51. The eighth game was that Secocoeni desired peace and to lorinu iiver, it is wunout a peer, its between Schaefier and Gamier, the be under Toilet Articles, rule. The action on disease is entirely different English former won by a score of 300 to 90. embassy was sent back with official from any medicine ever introduced, conditions of peace, A week has Shooting Scrape. PAINTS, OILS painsalmost instantly. The since elapsed without an answer from quieting 14. Nov. nue ana cry raised against it by Charles t Newport, Ky., Scheurer was shot and instantly kill- Secocoeni. It seems the Boers en medicine men.who have foreseen ed this morning by Miss Emma HotT. courage Secocoeni te resist. in its advent the destruction of their s A Sew Idea. notanous busincM.and the thousands She called on him aceompanied by her brother, and demanded that he London, Nov. 14. A dispatoh from of unsolicited testimonials flowing in COLORS fulfil his promise to marry her. He St. Petersburg reports that in conse from all parts of ihe New World, Is a AXD PITH, contemptuously refused. She fired quence of the disastrous result of sure indication of its great merits. a pistol which she held under her the Turcoman expedition, it is con Trial size at all Drugstores. Half shawl, and he fell dead. Miss lloff sidered in military circles that if a pound bottles, 75 cents. Charles gave herself up. She says he ruined mndus vivendi can be arranged with Langlet & Co., Wholesale Drugher under a promise of marriage and .ngiana, u would be better-ttf leave gists, Sole Agents. she does not regret her act. Scheu the Tekkes in possession of their m Paint and VarnishlBrushes rer was a saloon keeper in Cincinnati. steppes, and instead of attempting Tom and Jerry, to suojugaie mem, esiaonsn a line ot At B. B. Consolidation. Goody's, Fifth Street. Try it. Sask Toots & St. Louis, Nov. 14. Referring to tortined Cossack posts along the do9-tGraining Combs. the repeatedly reported consolidas eastern shores ot the Caspian sea. tion of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain :o:- Royal Guest. and Southern railway and Texas CaU at Goody', Vienna, Nov. 14. The czarevitch Pacific, Thomas Allen, president of and czaievna, and the king and Fifth Street, and try his splendid W keep constantly on hand a the former road said, that queen ot Denmark, arrived here Tom and d o9 tf the consolidation of the two roads They were warmly received by the Jerry. stock ol has been under consideration for emperor. some time, but has not taken place Denies It. Kiihn & Bro.'s yet. The Texas Pacific people, he Paris, Nov. 14. The France de. said, are buying all the Iron Moun nies the report of Marshal Conrob Ejtablubment is the place to get a tain stoc-- they can get, but as a ma ert's dismissal. Le Soir oooa uvercoat and evrvt,hini ilmn says the jority of it is not for sale, they can marsnai sent m his resignation vol tne doming line. Stevens' block. not purchase the controlling interest. mum Ol, ail BRANDIES and WINES. untarily. Patent bus-nes- s li..... 1 Saco-coe- pat-nu- - Ky., Nov. 14. W. II. Coombs, of this city, was shot and killed on : Main street at 6:20 o'clock this evening. Coombs seduced Ferguson's sistor under a promise of marriage, and having refused to comply with the promise, Ferguson approached him with a shot-gu- n at the hour named, and emptied the contents of both barrels into his body, one load taking etfect in Coombs' right arm and side, and the other in the back of his head. He died instantly. Ferguson gave himself up, and was lodged in jail. Hopkinsville, Varnishes! . 8 f to-da- y, That Raging Cananl. 14. This morn- Washington, No?. ing Ammen called on Hayes with a letter from an acquaintance in Paris, assuring him of the satisfac tory arrangement in Paris for the immediate advancement, when re of the capital quired, of one-thir- d necessary for the Nicaragua canal enterpiise by one of the most sub stautial banking houses of Europe. upon condition that Grant will con' sent to accent the presidency of an American company organized for the construction of the work. The writer adds that he leaves immedi ately for America to confer with par' ties in this country interested in this great enterprise. On receipt of thi- letter, Ammen immediately telegraphed the facts to Grant at . , ., . , Chicago. What Orant Think Abont It. New York, Nov. 14. Referring to the above, the Herald's Chicago special has this; iheitwaWcorres' pondent called upon Grant this evening to inquire just what was his position in regard to the Nicaragua canal company. Alter a tew pro liminarie, the correspondent asked "Would you accept the presidency of the Nicaragua Canal company if proffered to you?" "I should not like to say would accept it," replied Gen, Grant, "upon the rumor simply that money could be raised. I should want to know first that ample subscriptions had been made and that certain concessions had been obtained from the Nicara-guagovernment." "You favor that route, then?'! "Yes, it is by far the best. The surreys made while I was president were at my instigation. In fact I'instigated the plan indirectly I, tried to get an appropriation for the purpose of carrying out the work, and had I been in office alittle longer, 1 think 1 could have accom plished something." "What is your plan A3 to its management, should "I you accept the presidency?" think it should be neutral water and that congress should pass an act as suming some sort of supervision over it, simply to have an eye to its protection, because it is on our conti nent." "Do you think the subscrip tions would be made it you signify your willingness to serve as presi dent of the company?" "I am not sure," replied Grant, "that French capitalists would be influenced at all by that. At any rate, I should want to know authoritatively just what will be done if I consent." "Will this canal project cause any change in your plans" "1 should, perhaps, go to Cuba for the winter, but I would defer my visit if I could assist this project in any way. I have always felt great interest in it, and whether 1 am an officer m the com' pany or not, shall always aid the accomplishment of the plan in every way I can,'' XotUTali. New York. Nov. 14. The World says the Isthmian labors of Lessepg have not been in vain. A Washington dispatch, which we print this morning' Indicates that they have bad the good result of effectually turning the attention of European capitalists to the subject, and that European capital, which could not be commanded in Paris itself for the construction of the canal by the route aud uc'Jer the conditions favored by Leseps, 'can command ed by tne United States arid constructed, as Ammen has shown that usb a canal ought to be constructed, through Nicaragua. The conditions attached to the offer of capital already received in this country for such a canal are that Grant shall accept the presidency of tho company, and that in the official capacity thus given km, fce shalf apply to tbe - Inter-Oceani- LIGIITmG BOILED D0WX. - Trie Boslnm. , NO. 36 c n FINE WHISKIES, The Huiiscar Capture. . A New York, Nov. erican mails bring the following de tails of the Capture of the Iltiascar. From the moiuenttheChilian iron' clad appeared on the horizon, steam ing rapidly towards the lluascar from the northwest, whilst the Blanco Encalada was steadily pursuing the ram from the south, Admiral Grau perceived clearly that his ship was doomed, but brave man as he was, no thought ot surrender entered his mind, and the whole ship's company assumed their appointed stations lor the struggle, with a conviction that no human power could extricate the Huascar from such overwhelming forces as those presented by the Chi I ian vessels. From the dpeks and tops of the two vessels the fire of musketry and gatling guns was incessant, and on the Huascar the effect was becoming painfully apparent. One hour ssd' tfight minutes after the commencement of the fight, the Huascar had discharged hep turret pieces 25, times against the Cochrane, the latter replying with 30 shots. At this moment the other Chilian iron clad arrived on the scene, and immediately opened fire, fir- -t directing her attention to the uuascar's tight ing turret and the little tower near the smoke stack, which is the battle The station of the commander. Blanco's guns were excellently well served and their effect terrible. The tower was carried away and Admiral Grau taken down below for the care of the surgeons, with one of his legs torn ol. While in tne cabin a solid shot from the Blanco struck the ram m tho stern, destroying the steering gear and passing directly through the ship. It left a gaping aperture large enough for a boat to enter. This shot killed the brave admiral, his aid, Lieut. Fere, and several others. Capt. Elias Aquirre assumed command of tho ship on the death of the admiral, and took his station in the gun turret. But on this point the two Chilians had concentrated their fire. The turret was hit by a heavy shell,which passed through a port and explored the inside, disabling one of the guns, and killing Aquirre and all who were serving the piece. The Huascar was now practically at the mercy of the enemy, ungovernable and with halt her offensive power desoyed, her officers and crew decimated, but the national flag still flying in defiance, and no one even whispered of surrender. Capt. Melliion Carvajal took command after Aquirre's death, he was instantly taken below dangerously wounded. First Lieut. Rodriguez succeeded him, and a moment" afterward shared the fate of the admiral and Aquirre. Lieut. Enrique Palacios followed Rodriguez in command, and, although severely wounded, continued in charge until the end of the bloody drama. Still the Huascar discharged her sole res maining cannon at long intervals as the very turret Itself, only thirty feet In diameter, was choking up with the debris of the shattered eun. and the bodies of the dead and wounded. he Chilians sent a boarding party, but they were beaten back with loss. But the brave fellows could do no more; the pext attempt made to board her was successful. and the historic ship succumbed. The wife of the Peruvian admiral and th9 families of those killed on the Huascar have been handsomplv r.ro vided for by the Peruvian govern IMt. . 300-pou- bt' Am: BqstUn Lectarer. St. Petersburg, Nov. 14. At a meeting ot theKussian technological society, a lecture was delivered on tho subject of the filling out of four famous Russian cruisers in the United States. The lecturer esDe cially referred to the sympathy and co operation which all had received from tho American people. Six Jien, hesaid, deserted from the expedition who preferred to remain on the free soil of America, but they were Germans from the Baltic pro" vinces, not nussians. Contradiction. A Tho oontradiota the statement published in several for eign newspapers, that Lord Duflerin, British ambassador to Russia, has been instructed to Rubmit to the plan for a modus vivendi between the two governments in regard to Central Asia, and declares Lord Duflerin was absent from St. Petersburg at the time the alleged instructions were stated to have been sent him. AgeHtc Ry,a& Slacking Cp. de we eall the attention, ot the publio to oar brands ef Especially So Deception Used. It is strange so many people will .( i ,.... mtur nrtntimiA iv wuuuuu tstvj ...irnH ouuer uiy uay wun Dyspepsia, Livor Complaint, Constis DELMQNICQ AND OLENYILLE pation, Sour Stomach, General Debility, etc., when they can procure at our store bhiluu s V1TALJZEK, free of cost, if it does not cure or relieve them. Price, 75 cts. Sold by J. W. McNutt & Co., Wholesale and They are positively pure and of Retail Druggists, and O. C. Ormsby, the best quality. There are No oct28-lLogan. WHISKIES! y For Lame Bank,. , ftirla wsj.j. " ....w v vs. flTTtt AtHn oiiAJLUiia l'UKUUS PLASTER. Price, 25 cts. Sold by J. W. McNutt k uo.. vvnoiesaie and RaIaiI l)rn gists, and O. C. Ormsby, Logan. oCilS-l- y MISCELLANEOUS. Better Whiskies than these. Make a Specialty ef our WHOLESALE T ADE. djyis tl Wo ODELUWRIGHT Wbeleaale and Beatil Dealeri ia PROF. SHELDON, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS Grain, Floor, Feed, London, Nov. 14. Advices from Scotland apparently afford ground VEGETABLES, FRUITS, Etc. tor the belief that the American de mand for iron has , temporarily : Sfclpplxtgr a, slackened. The shiDments from fiOODS DELIVERED :. ,Scotland last week to all parts of the CLASS MEETS ON GENTS' are world and Friday Evenings, at To all parta of the city free of charge. only IU,IUU tons, against an 0 average in October of more than 7:30 o'clock. iocs box n tons weekly. Ladies and Children's class opens UTAH OGDE.V, - flrand. I se, next Tuesday, and after that on A. dispatch, from Oandahar says: Sir Richard Temple, superintendent every Tuesday and Friday Afternoon, dn8tf of the Bolon line of the Sukkur at 2:30 o'clock. HOTELS. Dadur railway, has arrived here. He held a brilliant levee, the Afghan LAKE! governor of Candahar being present, HOI BEARDSLEY'S as well as chiefs of the city and surrounding districts. On and after this date the regular UNION DEPOT HOTEL What Alls Hltn, 14Nov. The organic Berlin, Utah. complaint from which Prince Bis marck is 6unering is said to be an in Over the Utah Central Railroad Rooms and Table First-clas- s is cipient stage of fatty degeneration between this point and Every Respect. Terms ; of the heart; as yet it is but slightly Reasonable. , , developed. There is no immediate cause for apprehension.' ALL TBAI5S STOP ONE H0UB. Hot Political. Peraoni deriran of vieltlnc Salt Lake. Soda WILL bb In government oircles the visit of Springs or other Mountain Beeorte. eaa leaf the Czarewitcb to Berlin is held to be nrplna baggac e and receive check, foi the as . anus tueir return. devoid of political significance, and BE of cordial MJH. AR.DSLEY. Pron. indicative only personal But Tickets will be r , d7-t- f relations between tho two Imperial families. ISSUED TO FAMILIES Dancing School, urvioiv Specialty iialu 22,-00- FOR THE 0dm, Bathing Trains Lake Shore DISCONTINUED! WI1J Tw it And parties numberinq not less than ten, at Ag. 14. Courtney Rochester, Nov. THE USUAL and lianlon have agreed to row a five mile race on the Potomac, near Geod for Any and Washington on Tuesday, the 9th of December. Each is to put up $500 Sept. 9, 1879. forfeit as a guarantee to start in the race. Blakie will be referee. LARGEST FARE, AND LEADING HOTEL. All Trains. Ogden City, Utah Convenient to all trains. We hare leased rh dseplltf Commercial Bouae on Main St., which we wil J.S.LEWIS, OI'TICIAN, Killed. KEENEY HOUSE New York, Nov. 14. Theodore C. Vermyle, a well known lawyer here, was thrown from his carriage Of Main Street, Ogden, is in receipt of s last night and killed. I fine stock of New Goods, embraoing operate in connection with tb Eeeney House. A ccommodatlon Guests, for 100 A. K. ZEIGLER, rKOFRtsroa. 23-t- f 1 Buy vour Dry Goods and Groceries G. Child's. He will not be unolldtf. dersold, at W. WATCHES, JEWELRY And the Celebrated King's Combination Spectacles. Which improvt, strengthen, and preserve the sight. Stock Largest with fins Frcooh perisoopio set are Of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and They and can be so a J juste J that the lenses, Shoes, Gloves, Shawls, Hats, Caps, focus will come directly in frart of the etc., ever brought to Utah, at Kuhn eye, making tbeoa much taort service& Bro., East side, Main St. dtf able and useful th,an ordinary spectacles Fretrti Oyster And hot Tnrn r.T"HTg Every Pair Warranted. TryTi?m. SPKING RE-OPENI- or THE GLOBE HOTEL COLLI, BY RICHARD Tniawell known honee, eitnated at the eercaa of Fifth and Todd, Street, Ogden, It ah. has now pawed Into the band, ol a piactlcal aota keeper, who will endearer by eerr aieana iu h power to give eomiort to beth permanent aaj transient patrons. Single Heals,. Brila, Kowm ex. ... iwiiiiiwi.i -- u sre.......