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Scxdat MoKKisa, Nor. 10, 1879. Daniel Wight and William Bailey Engage In a Conflict In which the Formsr Kect3 His Death. The City Council met in the City Hall, Ogden, Nov. 14th, 1679, Alderman Stanford in the chair. Salt UkVi Iaprweraents Batter Tint Th Lectin Seuoa Opta Th Cola Wethr "Goon Soto ! lad th and approved. The JUNCTION has a LARGER CIRCULATION in Ogden and throughout. Northern Utah, than t.t. OTHER NEWSPA PERS combined. . BRIEF MEJJTI05. No runaways. Oyekshob weather. Mou mud than ever. Bcsixbss lively yesterday. Caxton sephyr again, last night. Jaoc Fwt holda the line now of nights. Thb streets were crowded yester day; lots of business. ViTin Hsrrice continue in a very serious condition. It takes the "Two Freds" to put , up a turkey raffle in true style. - The Young Ladies' Soeiable, of last evening, should be repeated. Oki helpless drunk yesterday. Before the hour of midnight he landed in the jug. Mt. Cabioll had a severe attack of sickness on Friday night, but was much better yesterday. If the party who found a revolver on the Keeney House premises will return the same, he will receive reward. See local adv. Tabkrxaoli service this morning at 11 o'clock. Sunday schools in the afternoon, and service in the different wards in the evening. A telephone was being run from 0. A. Lowe's office, on Main Street, to his warehouse at the depot, yesterday, by the Western Union Tele" graph Co, Ir you know anything ot that white and black porker, please call at this office, give the necessary information leading to the recovery, and receive your reward. See advt. in this issue. It has been slyiy asserted (by "most unwilling witnesses") that the "musical mule," mentioned in our issae of last evening, is the local scribe of a morning newspaper down 4 , Brioham City. Nov. 15. Dan Wight was fatnllv shot by Bill Bail ey near Corinne, about five o'clock last evening. They were quarreling over a young lady in company with Both under me innu Wijfht. ence of liquor. Builey placed him self under the protection of the sher iff. Wright died soon after two o'clock. Since receiving the above telegram we have gleaned further particulars in regard to the terrible affair. From all we can lcu:n it seeuia that Wight and anotlter young man, whose name we did not learn, started from Brig ham City on Friday lor Corinne, for the purpose of bringing over a couple of young ladies to witness the pan orama, which was to show in the former city on that evening. On the road, they were joined by Bailey, who was on horseback. When they ar rived at Corinne, Wight and Bailey played several games of billiards together, besides w.-r- TAKING SUNDRY BRINKS. Finally, Wight and his companion started back to Brigham City with their horses and wagon,accompanied by the two ladies; Bailey also going along on horseback. When within about four miles of Brigham, Wight became angry at his horses, and used language which Bailey considered to be unbecoming in the presence of ladies. lie remonstrated with told Bailey if he want who Wight, ed a fishl TO comb ox, at the same time stopping his team and getting out of the wagon. Bailey then dismounted, and the two im. During the mediately clinched. struggle, according to our informant, Wight, besides using some very abusive language towards Bailey, bit him in the is The march of improvement noticeable in our city from the num ber of buildings in process of erection or of change in size, style and finish. The immense addition to the mammoth co-o-p store, on Main Street, is as near as possible a duplicate of the original, and is being finished on the exterior in the same style. This is for their stoves and hardware. Next on the south are the and adjoining the Big Co-o- p. elegant and extensive showrooms and offices of the Studebaker Bros wagon and carriage establishment, where may be seen the largest va riety of yehicles ever displayed in one building in our city. "Kijjs 'ofall styles and prices from the prize wagon that is to be given away to the holder of the lucky number, up to the most elegant carriage for family use; including Duggies, pnaetons, spring waeons ana nxtures. inese buildings are receiving the finishing touches and are already "running" and doing fine business. Then still further south, the Stewart building, which has for years been used by Chas. W. Stayner, Esq., for a law also put yen ottice and land agency, of it by Mr. Simmons, as a real estate agency, and a part by Messrs. Cox & Wright, barbers, is being entirely and thoroughly renovated;an asphalt pavement is being laid. and the place thrown all into one tor tbeuse ot the western union Sick Wbh,' rerdU TkUtft Has It Minutes ot last meeting were read HBt High." Ohi Licenses were granted as follows: L. McCarty, liquor dealer; Agnes A. goods; Sebree, Iletley, millinery Ferris & Holt, wagons and agricul tural implements; Lamoni Grix, merchandise; II. C. Wardleigh, sew ing machines; L. M. Richards manu' facture vinegar: J. E. Dooly & Co. bankers and insurance agents; John Mahon, beer saloon; John Boyle ifc Co., furniture; Walker Bros., whole sale dealers in general merchandise; Phillip Grill, meat market; Jas. E. Foote, wagons, buggies and harness; Mrs. W. R. Kingston!, merchandise; D. Williams, peddle merchandise; John Rackham, Joseph McCowan and J. F. Wheelwright, each a job wagon. The committee on streets reported that they bad instructed the Street Supervisor to put a culvert across Second street, east of Main, to convey the water across the street; that the work of grading down Fifth street hill was progressing, and that to 'A Cta Ssrta. Aloag t DYlojt ri EUJ. fiP xV fjT g Wq fnTTTT-n-RWrs- er : ed g to-da- ' SiLSON llJiiiiJi'uvi , s$75 the only route trom the .bast to the tnake and Salmon River mining re the Union Paciho and A or ther a Railroads. gions is via & LITv HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, etc. FINE STOCK OF (AGROC BRIE lirSf A. iCall for any article you wish in my V it nrill ha fnrl hmm' n it ftt Jas. Aliens." West side of kM v .v f, m 't t n jii . J4 v. TP 'qJC A. V. n. O it and although only partially explor ed, already promises to rival the best mining region m the world. Mining experts unite in pronouncing the Yankee rork lodes the richest yet discovered westot the Rockies. Hun dreds of tons of ore, worth from $500 to $2,000 per ton, have been packed on mules and shipped to the Salt Lake Smelting Works. Salmon City, Chalis, Bonanza City, are leading towns. Distance trom agle Kock 150 miles: tare $27, to Salmon Distance from Black Foot to Chalis, 175 miles; tare $25. are trom Oma ha to either Chalis or Salmon City second-clas- X GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, BITEB SIXES. $100: X'V w w Ladies' Kid Gloves of every shade, fvr avvvtq nv HVERY COLOR AND Q Fully 150 miles distant from Eagle Rock, by Gilmer sc Salisbury stage route, or the Yankee rork mines, 175 miles from Black Foot, by the Terminus and Chalis stage line, are also attracting great attention for the unexampled richness of their old and silver quartz. The region covers an area of 10,000 square miles, Utah hose wool rr i territory. s 3, Liiies' Gent' and Ladies' and Children's Woolen Jackets, Etc, The Utah & Northern railway, as noted above, crosses Eastern Idaho, every mile of which is valuable either for its pasturage, its agricultural, Hrst-clas- Largest stock of Of new design . I TERRITORY. every Vtt Callatmy store if you want tered the Territory of Montana. IDAHO X ATCTtr vZV nn a KmtT' No section of the Union at present offers greater inducements to the mining nrosnector. farmer, stock raiser, capitalist or laborer than the vast region north or ugaen peneixa ted by the Utah & Northern Rail wair. nnv over 200 miles long. Thi line traverses the most extensive and fprtilfi vallevs of Northern Utan, the ireat Snake River gold fields and the best grazing lands of Idaho, is rendered easy of access the Si mon Kiver. xankee rom anu Cariboo mining region and has en timber or mineral lands. Idaho is called the "Gem of the Mountains," on account of its great diversity of resources, its mud and hea- - thful cli mate, its wonderful mineral springs and its fine scenery. It is 400 miles long by 300 wide, contains some 20, 000 inhabitants, and its mines have the watermaster was culverting the yielded $05,000,000. Wide areas of grazing lands sustain cattle, horses Weber canal across said street. and sheep winter and summer, while The Inspector of Buildings, being tbe valleys produce all cereals and called upon, reported that in his vegetables ot the temperate zone, be judgment there wer on. the business sides apples, pears, grapee, peaches, plums, apricots and other iruiU. block, a number of flues and chim Good roads lead to different parts of neys which were unsafe, and liable at Idaho from stations on the Utah Si any time, if used, to create fires; that Northern Railway. there was on the part of the persons SXAKETBITEB GOLD FIELDS. most interested, and who would be a is It now demonstrated beyond a the greatest sufferers, reprehensible carelessness which might culmi doubt that hundreds of miles of gravel bars along S.nake River, Eastern nate in the destruction of their own Idaho some of which are directly on and other persons' property. the line of the Utah & Northern The Inspector of Buildings was ins Railway are rich in deposits of fine structed to rigidly enforce the "Ordi- gold. Several companies operating took out from $30 to $40per nance relating to the Prevention of in 1S79, to the man. Their large and day ires." regular shipments ot dust io San The Recorder presented the assess t rancisco have created great excitement roll, with accompanying docu- ment in mining circles, and Western ments of the Commissioners appoint- journals already pronounce these the most extensive silver diggings ed to assess the special tax levied on in the world as placer "good prospects" of the property benefited by the Main gold are found all along the river for and Fourth Street Drain, which were a distance ot 400 miles. Outfitting an be done at Eagle Rock, on the accepted, and the Recorder was in Utah & Northern and with structed to give due notice that on n an hour s walkRailway, ot some of these Oct. 28th, 1879, in the City Hall, at great bars. Now is the time to strike 2 o'clock, the City Council will meet tor fortune m this vast new region, to hear and adjust complaints against which will soon be overrun by miners trom tstate and Telegraph Com pany,wbo have leased it for three years with the privilege of two years more. Further south, the large stone building next door north of Wells, tarco's bank, belonging to Mr. i. D, Clift. is about being rented by Mess. D, M. Osborne & Co., the reaper men ot Auburn, pi Y., and will be ntted up immediately in grand style, to accommodate the business of their branch house in this aity. Besides these business improve ments, there are many handsome UPPER LIP AXD ON THE CHEEK. residences in progress, which add materially to the beauty of Salt Lake but to him called on desist, Bailey nd denote an improvement in the Wigat still retained his tooth hold "times." upon Bailey's cheek. The latter then THE THEATRE drew a pistol and fired is now in the hands of a new corpora THREE SHOTS 1XTO WIGHT. tion, and will soon be opened lor the winter season. 1 shall interview the The first shot took effect in new management at an early day, so Wight's left side, the second lodged as to post your readers on the com in his left leg, above the knee, and ing amusements in that Ihespiun said assessment. the street. Newt, 15. the third located itself in the calf of temple. Bills for public labor were allowed. Which one, please? Ihe lecture , season opens on the same leg. This ended the fracas, Council adjourned, to meet in The Wednesday evening next in the 7th There is a splendid(?) walk in and resumed his seat in the ward assembly rooms, where Mr. C. the City Hall, Nov. 28th, 1879, at 2 Wight fron of Adam's place, at the depot. o'clock. Bailey following behind. W. Stayner will deliver his You walk on it, sink about two feet, wagon, NEW LECTURE Wight, however, soon began to feel get out again, think you are all over the effect of his wounds, and deliver- on "Ihe rulpit, the Frem, and the Har Meeting. mud, and find there is not a speck of Power." the Pyramid People; laid his to lines the companion, ing bids fair for ti successful of dirt on you. That's the kind of down to a resolution of the Pursuant Everything in the wagon. When the party course of intellectual entertainments stuff. arrived in Brigham City, Bailey gave this winter, and if the health of the barjmeeting held on Octoler 28, Do not forget the Nellie Boyd himself remains moderately 189, as chairman, of tie committee1 up to the sheriff and Wight community to draft petition, &c, Company on the 18th and 19th insts. was taken to hU home. ' Dr.P. L good, many opportunities tor gen appointed call said adjourned meeting instruction will eral and recitation hereby New pieces, new company, and, in Anderson and II. C. Wardleigh were doubtless be enjoyed by all classes assemble on Tuesday, November to fact, everything now and original. telegraphed for, rrho immediately The weather is cola and threaten 1879, at 7 o'clock p.m., at the 18th, We shall have more to say about this started for Brighnm City, but when ing, and dealeis in warm clothing law office of Richards & Williams, company hereafter. See the adver- thev arrived, tbe youna man was rub their hands with gloe, while the tailor flourishes his goose with an and it is to be hoped that every law tisement in this issue. 2:15 yes air of rapidly sinking, and at Gilead. Thansgiving. yer of Ogden will attend on that im tcrday morning ho passed away portant occasion, and as many of the of the first from the effects Slatmllle Notes. as may find it convenient. citizens Death From Opium. The sheriff, as soon as Mr. James Hutching informs us shet. R. K. Williams. We glean the following particulars that Slaterville is booming. The Bailey delivered himself, locked him 1879. Nov. 15, Ogden, dlt was not until 7 o'clock of the death from opium, recorded people of that place are feeling well, up, and it from yesterday and the general health is good. yesterday morning, that the prisoner yesterday morning, morning's Tribune: The party season is just commencing. learned of the Raffle. A death occurred in this city yes' FATAL RESULT. Slaterville will challenge any settleLast a raffle was held at J evening Yesterday a corone s jury was terday morning whose lesson and W. McNutt & Co's ment of its size to produce a better to moral the sample rooms. belong public. Family "and below we append a small-graties have been severed by an agent of The articles put up were a valuable crop than it has pro convened, duced the past season. The school eopy ot the verdicl. death, whose work was of the most music box, a gold ring, and a fine repulsive nature, and which remains ) has not commenced yet; and a good Territory of Utah, V in our midst to lay ow the victims of cigar holder. After the "throwing" Countv of Box Elder. enterprising school teacher would "'" its terrible appetite. Box Elder Precinct. ) xesterday was over, it was discovered that Depfind it to his advantage to communi-- 1 Albert uty Marshal Youn$ had become the near o'clock, nine morning, An inquisition holden at Brigham cat with the trustees of that place, died from the effects of winner of the music Reggie ana Box .bluer in box, John Ma county pre City, . giving his terms, etc. "Bishop" cinct. onlNov, 15th, 18(9, belore Dan opiates inhaled in the Chinese dens hon had managed to slide inside of of this The victim was a young ' Hutchins looks hale and hearty, and iel M. Burbanks, coroner of said man ofcity. 19 only years, possessed of a the gold ring, and a gentleman of Daniel the countv, body upon his is of that typical says appearance of frieuds,having good named Simmonds managed to get the number large the there lying dead, by We Wight, , the health of the settlement. into whose names are Hereunto business qualifications, and aside smoking end of the cigar-holdfrom his contraction of the fell dis wish Bro. Hutchins and his settle jurors his mouth. This is thefirstof a series subscribed, tbe said jurors upon their ease ot was a young opium using, tnent the best succeia la life. oaths, do say that the said Daniel man of raffles to be given by this com ot good habits. Wight came to his death by shots some For time past young Regsel pany, and we have no doubt but that from a pistol in the hand of one has been in sue habit of visiting that they will be successful. There is ; Look Out. William Bailey. In witness whereof, the said jurors part or our city known as Chinatown, very nice hmr bridle and whip at the Mr. James England starts on Monhave hereunto set their names the ana mere inhaling ot the poison treeiy sold to customers by the Chi sample rooms, which is to be day for Malad, in the interest of the day and year aforesaid, nese venders. ' In his visits he has "chanced" on at an early date. Junctiox. He will call upon those i Charles Kelly, 1 been associated with other young But the "boss racket" will be when Wm. Jurors between Ogden and Malad who have Horsley, people of this city, and so frequently the 75 Wm. Pulsipher, i turkey raffle comes off. Look not paid their subscriptions to this the visitations of the Attest: D. M. Burbanks, Coroner, have become out for that. We will give you fur- folk to we our that these and suggest young paper; dispensaries of friends who are indebted to the poison, that it needs not a long ther notice. search on our streets to mark those The Young Ladles' Sociable. Junctiox be in the condition to for whom the Destroyer has set his settle with Mr. England when he The young ladies' sociable at Fire- mark, ihe sunken cheek, the hoi "Herald' Ifotes. arrives at their places of abode, lie men's Hall list evening was the most low eye, the saffron hue, all tell the Hunter completed the call is a good fellow; please treat him enjoyable affair of the kind that has tale of tbe insinuating influences of ot Judge civil calendar for this term yesthe this noxious opiate. well. taken place for a long time. The I: needs no words in the presence terday. Mr. Ben W. Morgan yesterday sold house was crowded to excess, and of Albert Reggel's bier to emphasize The Openlns;. the pieces, 19 in number, were ren- the duties at home and those in the ten car loads of lead bullion at $G0 Mr. S. & Walker, of Salt Lake, has dered in the most effective manner. magistrate's office. The subtle agent per ton. The bullion 6n Friday ' telegraphed here for two stalls to be The young ladies deserve great of death is freely dispensed among aggregated $23,177.77; something like heroic until and is us, treatment ap trotters praise for the manner in which they reserved for his fleet-foottimes. the cancer must oldThe plied with the lance, on the occasion of the opening of the ' ' '. shipment of bullion from the is and it hoped grow. minaged the affair, south and the Ontario have been reDriving Park next Tuesday and that they will repeat the entertain There is one at least of these infer- sumed and make a fine exhibit. Wednesday, Dr. Condon has been tnent at bo distant date. It would nal dens in The city council is laboring at a Ogden, and it should re bill for an ordinance relative to ihe practising his mare, and there will be better for the community if these ceive the attention of the police manner of be a number of oth. r spirited and kind of entertainments were more holding elections in this without Chinese The delay. opium and swift-gointhe registration city, animals put through the regarding at frequent than present. fiends must go. oi voters. course. This is s port worth going to see. To Be Regretted. Good for Zeig. For Lame Back, Side or Chest, use seems that our report in reIt We understand that the enter? SUILOH'S Home Station. POROUS PLASTER, gard to Mayor Herrick's health, in prising of the Keeney Price, 25 cts. Sold by J. W. McNutt proprietor Should the citizens of Provo decide yesterday's Junction, was incorrect, Houso, A. K. Zeigler, Esq., intends & Co., Wholesale and Retail Dru en purchasing the right of way for that gentleman still being in a very giving the members of the fire bri- gists, and 0. C. Ormsby, Logan. ' oct28-l- y the extension of the Pleasant Valley ill condition of health, and as yet railroad from Springville to the for- is unable to leave his room. Our in- gade and brass band a grand "blow out" at his hotel, next Friday evenmer place, Provo will become a home DIED. station, with the machine shops of formant, no doubt, confounded the ing. We believe the report. Zeig's both companies erected contiguous fact of tbe marshal's convalescence generosity accords with his "fatness," will neces with that of the Johnson. It this city, Nov. 15, tothepresent'depot. This mayor's illness, and sitate some changes in the present gave the wrong name. However, we consequently there will be a grand 1879, of old nje, Johanna C. Johnsufficiency, He may rest assured the son, born in Sweden, March 25, 1801. timetable. Newt, 12. regret that a denial has to be made, boys will not forget hia magnanFuneral will take place from the and trust that our report of yesterimity. residenee of Bishop N. C. Flygare, verified be ia a short very day may Get Yonr Cortiflcales." 3 at o'clock p.m. Friends are time. Firemen's Meeting. All members of the Ogden Driving invited. The if embers of ihe Ogden F're Park Association who nave not re- $10 Eewar4 are requested to meet at the ' Williams. At Eden, Weber Co , Brigade memberof certificates ived their Will be given to the party who found Firemans Hall on Monday evening, TJ. T., Nov. 14, 1879, rf ans: fever, the call on to seci are requested ship at 1:60 o clock. A punctual attend Frederick Ezra, on of Frederick G. retarvand get them belore the 18th a revolver in the Keeney House will ance is desired. he on closet if and Amanda Williams, n;:ed 10 water for Friday, J, K. ad. Payne, will be required lost. They t . Foreman. j months and 3 days. tl2t j deliver it at the Kesney House, dlt pulsion to the grounds. . MISCELLANEOUS. THE CBJEAT SOBTHTOST. CITY COUNCIL. GILEAD. THE PISTOL, 0 - a. m . V VV2 w Another County Heard From! JIOSTAHA. Montana's gold and silver mines, now almost in sight of the Utah & Northern Railway, have yielded $150,000,000, and the annual yield since 1864 has averaged $8,500,000. Over 20,000 lodes and 2,000 placer mines have been recorded. Alder Gulch, in which Virginia City is lo cated, has alone poured out $40,000,-00- 0 in glittering dust. Iron, lead, coal, copper and cinnabar are alse plentnful. .Nearly 40,00U,U0U GRANT RUNNING FOR A THIRD TERM Will have no effect on the LOW PRICES at which SVlarks & Young Are Selling Their acres ot pastoral and 16,000,000 acres of agricultural lands are found in this grand do ot wnicn is main, not claimed or occupied. The native bunch grass is a winter and summer feed equal to oats. Cattle, horses and sheep keep fat the year round in the open air. Profits in the cattle or sheep bussiness have always aver aged irom two to three per cent, per month on all capital invested Losses of cattle, sheep or horses on the range, from all causes, rarely reach, and never exceed two percent, per annum. Wheat, oats, rye, barley and all hardy vegetables are produc ed in great abundance andolfquahty unexcelled. Apples, pears, plums, grapes. Siberian crabs, and nearly all small fruits are produced in different localities. Yellow and white pine, spruce, cedar, marble, granite, limestone and sandstone are abundant, Montana boasts a dozen rivers as large and beautiful as the Mohawk or Juniata three of which are navione-sixt- h gable And General Groceries. AT The Best and Cheapest place to buy Supplies; WE SELL LOW FOR CASH. Call and see at the TEA WAREHOUSE, Opposite Z. C. 31. UTAH. SALT LAKE CITY, f daep30 and being beautifully watered hundreds of ice cold streams and crystal lakes; water power is therefore illimitable. All streams are full of trout and other fish, and elk, deer, antelope, moose, bear, mountain sheep and many kinds of small game abound. Numerous hot mineral springs and a rajM, invigorating, are among the attractions PEOPLE V1SITIXG SALT LAKE CITY by for health-seeker- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Who desire a Good, Cheap and RELIABLE MEAL OR LUNCH CALL AT THK- CO Wages in Monta- na are double those paid in Illinois. Churches, schools, libraries and good daily and weekly newspapers are more numerous than in sections of similar populations East. Tliere is daily mail and express and the telegraph to all important points. The shortest, quickest, best and only reliable summer and winter route to Montana is that via the Union Pacjfio and Utah sjnd North em Railways. TALCABLE I5F0RIATI05 FREE, Further detailed and reliable in- formation in relation to different districts of Montana or Idaho, the routes thereto, rates, etc., will be furnished on application by THOS. L. KIMBALL, Gen. Pass, and ticket agent, Omaha, Neb, n Bfefell 03 PHILADELPHIA COFFEE -h a 5-- ' HOUSE, The best of everything, equaling other places in all rartfculars where four time, trie price is charged. CA1TT1S! Wilcli tf Xn OBSAMKSTAU IS THE HIGHEST OK ABT, A of STILE WEIDI3I3Sraut trt npplird it iO C6l OTster dsjm, mi in per pound, Style. tellJ p k TTE1 CAKES! tent to distant pcinlt wiJ! tie nUuol , cri WILLIAM HILL, Proprietor.