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GENERAL DIRECTORY. Morn'isg, Nov. Ogdea Market . Ruport. Wber Count; comprises all that portioa of tLa Darts Coumr aofl Teriitory bounded soutn the diriding ridge batwMD Oyden Hole aad WV.er Valley, Mt oj ma atlera Miore of ttreat Salt Lake, aorth by a lis drawn doc east from a p lot ob md tliore to tha Hot Springs I y tba Territorial road north of Ogden City, thenc by tha snanait of tba spur range terminating at said Hot Spring to lti lnteraection with the summit of tba Wasatch Mountains, east by tbe summit ot aaid mountains. Tba rovernmentof the County ia Tested in tba County Coui f, composed of thr Probate Judge, who is ex officio the presiding officer, and three select men no hoi a .me. tor three ywa, ona being chosen every year. Regular terms begin on tbe drat Monday in each seawn of tha year. The judiciary power is contained in tbe Probata Court, presided over by tha Probata Judge, who ia elected biennially and holds bis office for years. This oourt ia always open. The Clark of the Court is appointed 1 tba Jadge, and is officio County Clerk. Elections are held biennially, on tha first Monnam bered year. day inlAngust, in eacb-fPresent population of tha Otwotyboot 18,000. tj 16, Fractional Currency. prhaD3 Csesar intended to say Ute Brute!" bis The man who goes away for sucif him with back it health brings - cessful. a Dough in the baking pan takes to rest just before it comrise. to mences The papers are unusually backward this season in publishing "Beautiful Snow." Too many people seem to believe WEBEB COUXTY OFFICERS t that a debt is paid when they make of it. a note Probate Judge, F. D. Richards. You'll always find a goodslooking Seleotmen L. J. Herriek(Ogden), F. A. Hammond (BuntsYille); P.O. Taylass in close proximity to a good lor (Harrisville). . looking-glassRecerder Joseph 8tanford. A religion which suspends business Assessor Bandford Bmennrt. six days in a week, and opens up Collector Gilbert Belnap. Treasurer Robt. McQuarrie. only on Sunday, is a sham. F. 8. Richards. Attorney feel west we look we that Clerk When M. ; L Riohsrds we would like to see an Indian fall Sheriff Wlllian Brown. , instead of an Indian summer. Coroner Jos. Parry. It is not what a man owes that County Read Comraisslooar X.B.ChllJ. breaks him down ; it is what he is rBKCWCTOFFiciCBS. obliged to pay that makes him feel Ogden Precinct: bad. of the Peace. C. F. Middleton. Justioe ' The Norristown Herald has ascer Constable Alma Keysa. tained that "blue grass" mashed up fine and administered internally, will North Ogden Precinct: cure a dog of sheep killing. Justice of the Peaoe Nathaniel Moot" gomery. A Brooklyn wife is sueing her husConstable Andrew Rose. band for absolute divorce, on the ground that he is not a Oerman Plain City Precinct: Count, as he rpported himself to be Justioe of the Peaoe John Spiers. when she married him. Constable Wm. L. Stewart. It was a waggish magistrate HuntsviUe Precinct: Whereto was brought a sinner, W. W. Branson. Who'd sadly thiashed the maid he Justioe of the Peaoe Constable Erastus.P. Binghars. loved Because he couldn't win her. . Harrisville Precinct'. Reflectively, yet much amazed, Justice of the Peace Robert Wilson. The Judge repeated dryly, Constable William F. Owen. "Alas! that he should lacerate so highly." The Eden Precinct The weakness of the present Ameer Justioe of the Peace L. A. Priohettt, - Josiah L. Ferria. of Afghanistan, and his evident ina- Constablebility to control his troops, have sugUintah Precinct: gested to the authorities the idea of Justioe of the Peace George L. Corey, from title and his chunginpr style Constable Warren W. Corey. YakoobKhaa to Yakoob Khan't. Weston Precinct: Justioe of the Peaoa Hans D. Patter Prof. Tyndall's New Light. son. Constable Thomas Etherington. The Professor, says the New York Lynne Precinct: Observer, is slowly getting his eyes of the Peaoe F. A. Miller. Justice seo the what to open, lie begins Constable Peter L. Sherner. blindest Christian has all along seen Slatervtlle Precint: and understood. The Rev. F. O. of tbe Peaoe Henry Bowns Morris has made a selection of sen- Justice Constable Qeorge Payne. , tences from Tyndall's recent articles Jliverdale Precinct: in the Fortnightly Review, and here are Justice of the Peace Richard Dye. some of them : "If asked to deduce from the phys- Constable John By bee. ical interaction of the brain mole Hooter Precinct: cules the least of the phenomena of Justioe of the Peaoe Emory W. Soule. sensation or thought, we must ac Constable Gilbert R. Belnap. ' knowledge our helplessness.' Wilson Precinct: "The mechanical philosopher, as Justice of the Peace William Wilson. such, will never place a state of con Constable Thomas J. Wilson. soiousnesg and a" group of molecules Marriott Precinct: in the relation ot mover and moved, In passing from the one 10 the other Justice of the Peace Taos. Salisbury. Helon II. Tracy. we meet a blank which the logic of Constable aeauction is unaoie to nil." "rhysical considerations do not lead to the final explanation of all Ogden was incorperated by act of the that we feel and know." approved Jan"We meet a problem which tran Territorial Legislature, 1861. Munioipal Eleotions scends any conceivable expansion of uary I8th, occur biennially (odd years) on tbe trie powers we now possess." second Monday in February. Presont "We may think over the subject ' population, b,bUU. ana eludes all but intel again Tbe Citv is situated in the delta of again, lectual presentation." the Weber and Ogden Rivers, and com "Having thus exhausted physics, mands a magnificent view of the picana reached its very rim, a mighty turesque valley of which it forms the mystery still looms beyond us. We prinoipal though a marginal feature, try to soar in a vacuum when we en lying as it does at the fool of the deavor to pass by logical deduction Wasatch mountains and within easy. communication and sight of nearly irom,the one to the other." "Religious feeliugis as much a ver uvery other settlement within the basin. ity as any other part of human con The oity is divided intofour municipal sciousness; andlagainst it, on its sub jective side, the waves of science beat wards. Eaoh ef which is represented in the Common Coanoil by an Alderman in vain." "I could see that his (Carlvle's) chosen from the ward by tle electors of contention at bottom always was that tbe city at large, which latter also same time a complete list me fiuman soul has claims and chose at tbe officials, being at present as fol city jf yearnings which physical science lows:-''... M ? :,! p jf cannot satisfy ." OGDEN CITY OFFICEHS : "it seemed high' time to him (Vir enow) to enter an energetic pretest against the attempts that are made to Mayor Lester J. Herriok. proclaim the problems of research as Alderman 1st Ward David M. Sluart. M . 2d Ward C. F. Middleton actual tacts, and the t opinions of ' 3d Ward- - Joseph Stanford. as established science." . "We ought not, Virchow 4th Ward Wm B. Hutchins urges, to Edwin Stratford.'Robert S. our Councilors represent conjecture as a certain ty) nor our hypothesis as a doctrine; Watson, Robt. McQuarrie, Israel Can ? this is inadmissible." field, Wm.W, Burton. XI. "The burden of my writings in this Attorneys Richards & Williams. much-kneade- . i , . r . es miscellaneous; Corrtoted daily for the Joaorioa let ding firms. 7 PROFOUNDLY IMPRESSED HOME Goto Buying,. iStJHM par. With the conviction that Ogden tion in the inter mountains, with tha Selling bnsheL Wheat, 60065 oU. Corn, C05ti6 Barley, 6075 Oats, 45 Wholesale firm of Sxsast ;Beei? ro 16 (dressed) Pigeons, (live) 15 cts. each ID Butter 271 to 80 ets. Eggs, 87 to40ets. " doi. And appeinted that firm as our sole Agents for the Territories of Utah. Idaho and Montana. oetnn ia utterly discredited." Renellants. isianKeaOs And the CELEBRATED UNEQUALED. lliam U. Sugar A, ' crushed, 13()18J W Fred. ft 1011J" 1'2 granulated, " standard ft cts. Amertoan C. Tea, A M & Co CB ft ' '" 00 S 40 ...... 7 86 4 OS 60 CentreTille 7 83 4 18 75 Farmingtofl 7 SO 4 83 1 00 Kaysville I 12 4 8 00 t ti . $ 62 1 St 40 3 00 x. our eoodi bafor. , , . , tha lmtM. r V. SON'S. & DEPOT! 0 Pass. u. r. 1 1 a) rj " ai STTBM Co. Singer Manufticturing Still taken Theieuuine til 10 62 T 31 11 4 7 W 11 18 7 43 1 74 Arrive at 8alt Lake 11 40 S SO S Singer ef guarantee. Why buy an inferior maohine made out of poor materia!, when yon ean get one whose parts are made out of the Bei-- t of Steel, and which has the guarantee of a Company of twenty five years standing? neit to Peebles' Drug 8tore, Ogden, - j purchasing any other, and yon will always be bappy. A lull line ef parts, Orders by mail promptly attended to. kept in stock. Machines repaired on short notiee. Machines will be sold on (he Installment Plan Ten Dollars Advance; Payment, and Five Dollars per Mouth. Old machines taken in txohange for new ones at a fair valuation. il and accessories t X 0 t eer GENUINE SINGER SEWING MACHINE before rr-- 0 I the first prize Ahead, hazing its oompeuierB more than Twe Hundred Timei. il is easy to run, tbe most durable, least liable to Because IVliy? get eat 6 order, and gives tbe best satisfaction of any machine in the market. V Da not be deceived by Bogus Agents and Spurious Machines that have n ; ; H 8 Farmington a 6a )S Call at our office west side Main Street, and examine the 00 Centrevllla i a 4 Ogden, Utah u. $ cts 10 U) i e 20 ..... 7 CD o - - f M Pass. 9 43 10 81 Fourth St. w ;'a 4) AND CIGARS. 5 THE GENUINE. ONLY G. GOLDBERG. GROCER IES, ' No. 2 No. 4 Wood's Cross L. FARR daepfl So WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCOE 7 KaysviU S; In LIBERAL DISCOUNTS TO THE TRADE. IN 2 No. 1 No. 8 Faas. Pass. A. imlnin All who wish to patroniie home Induetry ihoutdaot fail to , opportunity, o after Nov. 4, 1878, r. Ogden MEYER, tt WHOLESALE DEALERS AND J0B3EES at. Trains Leave II I Plow!aJMUl3,'Uke OgdonJ Country mnrchants will consult thsir Intere'sUby we effer buying clsewbpre, 41 CENTRAL Arrive at Ogden M th TAILOR the RusiueHsaud (Suits MadeSUOPCoHnee(edtrl(& to Order, r Fred.J.KieseI& Jo; A. Wood's Crass la T3 1 OGDEN WHOLESALE RAILROAD, PIOXF.FR IJtXE OF UTAH. 8alt Lake N Barl7 dUf,red HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR WOOL. & Co., FRED. J. KIESEL. 1113 Trains Leave T FIIIST-CXAN- S ; 1214flb 7J9o - nig' A BUY 79Jo Name of STATION. 0t" Md Til ' CIBIID At 3687J " VPkgs, ) UTAH PA WOOL E Bottlers and General Agents, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ft Rice, table, 9(10o " China, Tobacco, bright good- -, 60(ji 80o black goods 5065c Candles, box, $6 76 Coal oil, bids, 27o " cases, $3 40$3.50 Head Light oil, hhls, 40o. Hams, suear cured ohoice, lb Bacon, ft Lard, cans, 1012 - tin ft pailg, case. Lye, $5 60 On and & TJ OC3-DE11- A ..V STAMJI " Rio,20(2i!J. MM&Co) J. Kicsel Ogden City, C, 11612 Coffee, Costa Rica, 21(o)22 cts. " A M This Celebrated and Beer had the'hierest medal awarded at the Paris Exposition, and has ever carried away the highest honors in all competitive exhibitions. In addition to its peculiarly fine flavor and sparkling qualities, it is universally recommended by the medical fraternity throughout the land for its nutritive and healthgiving qualities, and has, as such, earned the Applause of the World. For prices ana terms apply to GROCERIES. I '. a The Singer, dooi2 tf anufuctnring M I LA tH Co.i DO PRATT, Airene. CO 04 Parsing Places. MIXED TRAINS WILL BUN DAILY, (SUNDAYS BUYING ATFIKST HANDS, PAYING CASH EXCEPTS, Leaving Plt Lake City at 8.40 a.m arriTing in Ogden at 11.60 a.m.; tearing Salt Lake at t.Oi 8 20 p.m.; leering p.m., arming in Ogden at n Ogdec at 6.60 a.m., arriving-i- Halt Lake City at 3.30 10 a.m.; tearing Ogden at p.m., arriving 1b Salt Lake City at 6.46 p.m. For all Information oonoaratng Freight or Pasa saga, apply to JAHXB SHARP, ' Oen'l Ticket and freight Agent And Shipping in Car Load Lots enables us to H astern B ami West ei?a WnMath Try Us. 40 W. 5 ; FEED. J. EIESEL & Oo. Bl3-t- f ho Try Us. Us. Try RrarECTFUIAY SOLICITED. ORDERS I ai CRESCEM EXCELSIOR, AXD A FULL LIRE CF HEATINd STOVES, COOK J. E. DOOLY & CO, Tk-'- Cx ' ' J' c: (V -- - ill I 4 s ? ?-'- c PROMPT AITESTIOX Q1YEX TO IECT10XS. . CARELESS halt fnt reeefrei) ana nrOu k Co's. snleudid Pine and Used Orrana sarpa ees any Orgaa ever brought as UeU a!oesnt for "Enabe ." "Arion ' Woods A Uardmaii" Pianos: and will snnnlr M. Smart. braae bands, orceetlraa, cboir-o- r families with Wm. W. Burton, RofcL 8. Instraments On Finance or Alnsic of a better quality and Stanford.. Jos. Watsea and cheaper than any oth r dealer in Utah Ad dreae 1st rauth Street, (two doors eut of DinwnodeT'e On Licenses Chas. F. Middleton, W. J ami tore Store) 8ait Lake City. Ordera fcf CsoLeld. Israel and nail mil rewiT. prompt attention. dtoa2os B. IIutehiDi - first Natioual Bank. First National Bank, hnaha nanonal Bank. Cites Allen, ALSO DEALER IN PIPE ORGAN. Co, uo- ffella. fareo A Co. Batik of Commerce, H DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, HATS and CAPS, Boots and Shoes, Butter and Eggs And a GE.VEIML USE OF PRODUCE Beer In the Country is to be fotcd at the, U. P. BREWERY , ' ''.'and '," MALTING HOUSE, ti . CorreBpcnieutp; ells. Fargo a & COh-- pip. Fifth Street, cast of Comraereia Wells, Faiifu A e ZiaQer ' Ogden Citv, - Utah Transact a General Banhno Business. 5 , THE .BEST BANKERS. STOVES- - R e H. ORTH, SaULaktCUy, CHOICE OUR K. J.B.DOOLr, , ALSO ljp r OHILD G. Dealerja the Celebrated O all EZ- - 5 1 SHJIJ :ls Sis Freight Added. BUVkaiNTKNDKMT, tl 3 ' SELL OUU GOODS AT JOHN SHARP. . ud p " On Claims Robt. S Watson, Wm. W. win1? rePly to 'our question, they Burton and Edwin Stratford. frankly admit their inability to On Public Buildings Wm. B Hutchins, point to any satisfactory experimenDavid M Smart ana K. Mcyuame. tal proof that life can be developed, On Publie Works D. M. Stuart, Joseph m demnstrabla antecedent Stanford and Robt. 8. Watson. life.ii On Publio Groands Robt. McQuarrie, opinion that ti "Itl8,iare Wm. W. Burten and Israel Uannelt. ot evolution in its com- ;V Israel Can field. P ete form involves Fire Department On the assumption Stratford and W. C Hutchins Edwin GEO. period or other of the F. Wool'i there occurred what On Banifary Regulations Charles. D. hkb would now be called Eiwin Stratford and tiah. spontaneous " Middletonj generation. I agree with him that the proofs 0f it are st ill wanting." with that the failures have been Vigour lamentable, that the C-O- Of Lmsevs. Flannels, a I S6ii,a3, Jeans. Oassimeres, cuiu- e :. !- KXAMIN1 SPEC1MBX3 AXB CELEBllAXED aiilieo ''-- Sootb Sfde.Fonrtli St., Near the Phil.Besf Brewing Company's Iflilvv ' Farr & L. For the sale of the y The folloiving are the Committees of TS " r t nS of tbe theory of the Common Counoil: " 1 " T."."u "PpHea to the primitive Standing Committees: th JflIcnof matter, as belonging to the ?Uin'?..t7lightof On Municipal Laws Jos. Stanford, W. hephleperimentalinuiryiB W. Burton and B. Watson. "Those wh b0id the doctrine of On Water Supply Edwin Stratford, ovo ution are D. M. Stuart and Robt. MoQuarru. by no means ignorant Stanford, C F. Mid til 'urcerfinty of their data, and On Streetsand Jos. Israel Caoneld. dleton lent " y J ieldit t0 a Pvisional as Pa,Y-atu-0I"- IN ADVA.WCEI ' Ogden City, Utah. PR0TISI0N4. ewt Flour, XXX, J2.60$2 76 " Graham, " " Buokwheat, $7.00 " Cern Meal, $2 25 " Oat Meal, $7.00 " Cracked Wheat, $2.75 " Bran, $1 25 Shorts, $1.40 Potatoes, 65 ots. 'f bushel. Cauliflowers, 25 ctt eaoh. Cabbage, 2 ots. pound. Parsnips, 3 cts. Carrots, 1J ots. Beets, " Onions, 2 ots. Turnips, 2 cts. " " Squash, OUBOeL 3.W Apples, green. $2.oU( ft " dried, 8 cts ft Peaches, dried, 10 ots. Oranges, 1.00 V dot Turkeys, (live) $2 00to$2 W eaoh. Ducks, (live) 60 cts. each Chick enB, (live) 40 cts eaoh un-lve- ' . FRED, J. KISSEL S CO, . i HOfflE I HB, TJ S ,T, R IT is the natural centre for distribuwe have completed arrange-meat- s well-kno- GRAIN. . connection is as much a recognition Marshal William Brown. of tbe weakness of science as an as- - Reoorder James Taylor. , sertion of its strength." Thos. D. Dee. it asked whether science has Assessor, and Collector so ved, or is likely in our day to Treasurer Aaron "F. Farr. V soive, the problem of the universe, I Surveyor David Jenkins, ' "u-- j. snf.ne Canfield. Sexton Israel my head in doubt. Be u'na and above and around U3 the Quarantine Physioian Dr. J-Allen. real mystery of the universe lies Inspeotor of Buildings Alma Eeyes. and, as far as we are concertiCaptain Police W. Brown. na, is incapable of solution. The frooiem ot the connection of body Sealer of Weights and . Measures D. E. Browning. and souhsas insoluble in its modern uriu as U was ia the Alma Keyes. Chief Fire Department preeientific ages. D. E. Brown- Provisions of Inspector . t'TU " ,ou?ht t0 be a clear distinc mane r the Street Supervisor Charless Welch tateofhypothesK ad science in the Thomas Doxey. Watermaster. state of foot." of Examination J. D. Board Medical hvnmhlinafmUch as st11 in its Kta,, i.. Caroahan, J. X.Allen, W.L.MoIntyre l uuau ui K inn . luB i HANUPACTtlRBS FINANCIAL. ' New Tor San Francis Salt Lake Clt St. Lou' OGDEN, UTAH.; (Inu OmaC Londc And Families . Ofupplied; $800,00 t2,8O0,0 tsoo.orn $2,505,01 nancnesier. loss rial Fire Ins. Co , London, 1 London Assurance Co., Lead'n, f North'o aaserance CoM Lend'n, f Qaeen Fire Ins. Co., Liverpool' j a esters Assurance uo. oi ioronto, - - - aieeta. Fir. Insurance Co, of ?xmina; Assets : Chicacti ISSUEATiCE REPRESENTED: fireman's Fond Insurance Co, of California, Assets, Hartford Insurance Co. of Hartford. - - - assets, American ventrei insurance ., oi Bt. Lenis, Asiaia, Royal fire lDStirnee Co of London. Lancashire Fire Insurance Co, of Hotel, I Orders frQip, ilong the Railroad Lines or any part of tha Country will be promptly anf faithfully attended to. . 08,000,00 BUCHMILLEK & WELLS IWT6.001 $i4U,9L ; Proprietors. "