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|Paper||Corinne Daily Journal|
TELEGRAPHIC! CORINNE DAILY JOURNAL 5, 1871. Friday Morning', May REI'uRTtD SPfCIU.LT m FOR D ULV JQl I1NAL 1C C MPAXY. Till! COI'lXB THE ATl.V.Ml'J AM) PACO -- O- NOTICE! There will U- - a the Territorial Ou- . tr.il Committee of the Lila-ra- l irty of Utah, on 2Uth the sitimLy, day of May wxt, Ht J m lm k V. at feilt I.'ik City, All the are re- tanee w ill fjueatl to attend a.4 lii'dn-- s of iinjmi 4 tome before the Committee. J. M. OKK, Chairman. lm-mlr- WILL SfirtR, Secy. Salt Lvke Citv, April , -- New Yoke, May 4. A dispatch from Paris last night confirms the report that The ComIssv has been munists torjedoes are placed near the On trial of them, foe southern fort. houses were blown into air. Cu missed batteries will he placed at menaced point of i a m parts ; rails fur the purpose will hours. be laid in forty-eigGenl Kosscl forbids all communication with the enemy. No flag ol truce will he attended, and firing will go on as usi al. A Special correspondent telegraphed In- from Paris at late hour last night : habitants of Avenue DRilons receded within notice to leave the arrondi.-eine24 hours ; the Consirjes are ordered to make returns of all persons occupying apartments. The Versailles army is investing actively, and deeisiie action is imminent. A balloon with letters left the Hotel de Xille o ht 2, IjsTI. THE UTAH JUDICIARY. Somebody signing himself Justice writes from Salt Lake City to the Denver Xcics a resume of the more important judicial proceedinrjin this Territory thee two years . It seems to be done on behalf of Justice Hawley and Strickland, who, in the writer's opinion, were being overshadowed by Chief Justice McKeans reputation. The writer makes some remarks in the Xttcs which he says were based on a letter written to the Omaha Republican from Salt Lake City by Don ''las, the pretext of his labors in A great meeting of all Republican behalf of justice. He says that Dougsocieties is called for Sunday in the court las' sought to sustain Judge McKean at j the Louvre of ; Ledra llollin will yard the oxence of the other Judges associated with him, which action of Doug- preide. It is reported that Cluserot will he las he characterizes as not only unwise tried for complicity with the Prussians, but foolish. Dumbraroski will be a member of the So itw'ouldhave been had Douglas taken any such action, which he did not. court martial. Seals have been placed on the offices Douglas sought only to present a clear view of the judicial situation in Utah to a of several Notary Publics, by order of d about the Commune. community constantly being it by the Omaha Herald. He did it in London, May 4. The Times special the interest of the Gentile cause in Utah, from Versailles says : Tuesday night three with absolute (lisinterestedness, not to di isions of the army of Assembly, under McMahon advanced toward thecuvirons inerea-- e McKeans reputation at the expense cf Hawleys and St lick lands, not of Paris through the llois De Roulogne. to increase any ones reputation, simply An entire corps was ordered to follow. to spread accurate intelligence of the Owing to circumstances, imprudent to matter abroad. So far as we know, the rxplain, the movement was not eonsum-ated- . Judges of Utah are all able and upright gentlemen, neither of them entitled to Versailles, May 4.- - The approaches mer the others of the Versailles army to Issv arc being any specie I in point of legal acumen, of conscien- rapidly completed. It is now regarded tiousness, orof firmness. And Jus- impossible for the garrison to escape tice will have to try again before he caiinonnading, and musketry fire conwill succeed in lading at the door of tinue, and several engagements of an unDouglass the inauguration of an un- important nature have occurred. As seeming and injurious rivalry among result of these affairs sixty prisoners have them or their friends. been brought in from the front. Favre 1ms gone to Brussels to particCOIUXXE AND SALT LAKE CITY. ipate in peace negotiations. We stated the other day that we knew Loxdox, May 4. It is positively staof $0,000 rent per year being refused for a good business site and house on ted that Thiers refuses to enter into a Main street, in Salt Lake City, For commercial treaty with Germany, and has protested against unthat sum a man could purchase the that Bismarck discrimination made by France .ground on our main business street, and just erect a building equal to the demands against German commeice. It is reported that the Commune has of any business house in Utah those of the wholesale and Walker requested those of Orleans Princes still in Paris to leave the citv. Pros, in Salt Lake City only excepted. Xeiv York, May 4. A Florence corThis town will soon be equally as accessible to all Southern Utah as Salt Lake respondent mentions that an actor at Florence was shot dead on the stage. City is more so, indeed, to a good part New York, May 4. Grain Only a of it, and that the most alive and enterprising ; while for the business of the limited demand for wheat, but the mar-ke- t is steadier at the close- .- The market northern part of Utah and of Idahdaiul Montana, Salt Lake City makes no pre- is fairly active for export and stronger; tensions to competition with us. We winter wheat is very quiet but firm at 1. 3( for No. 2 ; Chicago spring, an? likewise more accessible to the Fast S --and the We.-- t than Salt Lake City, be 1.3H; Wotcrn barley firm and in good cause we are on, instead of thirty-sidemand; Canada West, 1,12; Oats are miles oflf, the Central Overland Railroad. firm but dull; New Ohio 67(760 for 0e fur 'white western; State, People coming to Utah to engage in mixed; trade or manufacturing should, we think, Rye is quiet and tame; Westin their own interest, have regard to ern, SJ.lO: Corn is firm and closed in Jhcse facts. good demand for exports ; Western mixed, SOflc, closing at Sic. A natural curiosity. Silver Spring Washington, May 4. The following is one the of Florida, greatest curiosities were the Treasury balances at the close in the South, It hursts forth in the of business : Currency, $1),7!S,000; fertile in the State. It coin, $102,0.fi, 000, of which $21,2S(5,-00- 0 ?mot country bubbles up in a basin near one hundred are coin certificates. The returns feet deep and about one acre in extent, to the Internal Revenue office shoiv that and sending from it a deep stream sixty to during the last nine months there was one hundJed feet wide, and , extending $77,000 worth more liquors distilled six to eight miles to the Ocklawahn river. from fruit in the United States than duIn the spring itself fifty boats may lie at ring the corresponding nine months of anchor quite a fleet. The spring thus last year. forms a natural inland port, to which Gen. Turner, Commissioner of Subthree steamers now run regularlv from sistence, on the recommendation of the St. John's, making close connections Indian Commissioner has been detailed with the ocean steamers at Philadelphia. to inspect the subsidence stores purThe clearness of the water is truly won- chased for Indiau supplies at New York. derful. It seems even more transparNew York, May 4. John Graham, ent than air; you sec the liottom, eighty the celebrated criminal lawyer, who feet below the bottom of your boat, the in the McFarland exact form ofo the smallest peblde, the figured conspicuously murder trial lias refused to act as counoutline and color of the leaf that lias sel for Win, Foster, the murderer of A. sunk, and all the prismatic colors bf the Putnam. Foster's father, who is rerainbow are reflected. Large fish swira 1). to be wealthy, but who some time in it, every scale and every movement ported since discarded his son, has secured distinctly seen. If you go over the the ablest counsel money can produce spring in a boat you will see the fissures to conduct the defence. in the rock, from the river pours upwards like an inverted cataract. The New York Herald thinks that the Trrc Weather. The weather is very only proper course for our govemmeut changeable those days. As we go to to pursue towards China is to promptly press, the oldest inhabitant says the and severely punish any violation of indications arc that it will Idaho 'Statestreaty whereby life and property are lost man. or placed in jeopard'. There should be J ust so here- - As we go to press it looks as if it might Reese Ricer Rev- no diplomatic red tape, no eille. useless correspondence, no procrastinaSame way in Pioche. Judging from tion whatever, but an instuutaneous use appearances, as we go to press it is Ely of shot, shell, musketry and cannon. Record. nt to-da- v. , v -- mi-le- pre-eminen- ce m -- 1 x to-da- to-da- y y long-winde- Just the so here on the classic banks, of Truckee, except as we we it shall. A cada intend to press go Slale Journal. From our stand point, as we go to press, we think it has. swift-windin- g d, Homicide at Cuico. The report was SWETT LEONARD & CO., circulated through towir on Sunday last, Importers and Jobbers of that a man known as Bolivar, had shot and instantly killed a laboring man by the name of McCreadjr. Tim reported circumstances as we have been able to them, are as follows : The shoot-O Proprietors and Manufacturers of inrr occurred in Bakers saloon, about 3 oclock a. m. Bolivar and another man Koehnes German Bitters, had a quarrel, and the former drew a 111 SOUTH W.VER STREET, pair of derringers, offering the latter one of them to fight it out. This was declined ; hut Bolivar insisted until McCready, who was present, asked Baker for a revol- PHILIP WADSWORTH. G. R. SMITH. B. B. W. LOCKE. ver, and he would make Bolivar put up Ills irons. Baker declined to let him PHILIP VADSVORTH & Co. have it, and lie stepped behind the bar JOBBERS OF and took it, and approaching Bolivar, f told him to put up his irons or he would shoot him, and it is said snapped the reAND volver twice, the caps failing to explode. They came together, and during the Gents. Furnishing Goods, two shots were one fired, passstruggle Nos. 34 aiul 3G Lake Street, ing through the body of McCreadyand - ILLINOIS. the other through his head, both fatal CHICAGO, in shots. Bolivar was arrested and taken before Justice Hall for examination, who 4 held him to answer. before the Grand I. Q. MV. M. T. AI.I.KX. C. CORYELL. K. C. ALLEX. Jury, fixing his bail at $2,000, which was RANS0H0FF & CO., ' Wholesale Grocers CHICAGO. --AND- W s A Toothless People. Terrible times in Warrenton, Va., are thus depicted by the editor of the Sentinel'. A few w'eeks ago a dentist came to town and advertised that he would remove all of a persons teeth for $2 and insert a new set for $10, besides giving six months credit. The Warrenton people are very fond of bargains, so there was a rush for the dentists olfice. lie was busy for two weeks pulling teeth, and at the end of that time half the people had empty gums, and a bone dust factory in the neighborhood doubled its workmen so as to grind up the teeth. Meanwhile 4he people were waiting for the dentist to fit them with new sets, the abandoned scoundrel elojied with the hotel keepers wife ; and now there are two or three thousand people in town who cannot eat anything tougher than soup and farina.. All the butchers have failed, and not a cracker has been sold for three weeks. One man it is said, whittled out a set of wooden teeth for himself, but the first drink of whiskey betook Warrenton whiskey sot them iu a blaze, and his funeral came off the next day. The dentist will hear of something to his advantage if he comes back. UTAH. - CORINNE, COMMISSION :o: MERCHANTS. i find this will Travelers t ' J House Equal to any in tHo Territory. DEALERS IX ALL KINDS ; -- I 1 - ; j All Hail and XSxpreee Coaehee tart from thin IIoi -- OB'- STAPLE AND FANCY FREE BUSH TO AMD Groceries, Liquors, Tobaccos, DAY, ALLEN &ICO., Unite Record, 2Kth. given. Proprietor, , GOrJTAHA STREET, , 9 . : J S OEskliirAlD, Cs fI Foreign Liquors my5-dft- m HAL3H r -- AND- FROM THE CAES. Jiar h Stocked iWfi the Heat The WINBJH, nnd LIQUORSCIGARS. 43- - The table 1 always supplied with the in the murket. M'B" Neatly fhrnished rooms nnd good, clean WI1 OLEJSALE w injiMif ImnIs. SISSON, WALLACE & CO., 3&6 36 Randolph. St., Chicago, (Corner of Wabali Avenue.) tuh. Corinne, Vi. FROM UTAir TERRITORY ahull be tilled at lower ratea tliiin - my.xdiim any other rate. ORDERS JOBBERS 1N- - -- V SAX. BROW X. $ W. A. PRIOR. BROWN & PRIOR, IMPORTERS AND Mnnufact urers df Fine Furnishing Goods The Celebrated Sam Brown Shirt Made a Specialty. GROCERIES, ui PROVISIONS, OFFER LIQUORS, INDUCEMENTS 0 BEAT 1833. ESTABLISHED No. 03 Wnbnsh Avenue, Clilcngo. Is.jo. --TO THIS- TOBACCO, T J. W. LESSER. - MONTANA STREET, i Wholesale - . - CORINNE. Furniture and Bedding, ID -- I ZE , AND Chinese Goods. -- o-o- -- Merchants I HARDWARE, In Retail Dealer ami , J CLOTHING, - , , niy.VdOm 3R 1 HAVING and Freighters RESIDENT PARTNERS IN- - and San Francisco, Chicago Too much for her. Little Jennie is to Call Invited AND old with a decided repugnance a four-yea-r --ANDIMPORTING DIRECT FROM to keeping still or acting proper on all assortment a Jine occasions. Her mother was about mak- Constantly rccciciny ing a visit to an absent sister, and deOF Sind signed having Miss Jennie accompany mySdtf when her. So she says: Now, Jennie, t to aunt Claras I want you to be a Our facilities In Trade are not eqnallnl so rude as not act and little girl yon good by any other House In the country. in sober do at home. Ma, says Jennie, how earnest, long are you going to stay We Respectfully call the attcnfioil at aunts? About a week, I think, said KITCHEX SAFES, LOUXGES, her mother. Well, says Miss Jennie, (TWO DOORS EAST OF METROPOLIAN HOTEL,) verv decidedlv, If I have got to behave OF Wholesale and I Retail In week dealer whole a shant myself go, MATTRASSES AND BEDDING, FAMILY o e The Mark Lane Express estimates ls million of wheat that eighty-on- e ALSO, A VARIETY OF f PROVISIONS, TO OUR (including flour), will be required by the different countrict of Europe to supply SUPPLIES, the deficiencies of lat years crop, or up WINES and LIQUORS, OThis Point ! Largo Stock to the first of next September, and says Miners and Freighters' ca it hia oj:s of million bushels must that thirty-twstylus, AND come frin America, including Canada, TOGETHER Chili and Australia. It estimates that Offer them onr Goods at as low figure Russia will supply twenty million bush- WITH A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF as can be laid down here from twelve a f els, Germany million, Hungary TOBACCO axd CIGARS any Market. f little over nine and million, MIRRORS, ALWAYS ON HAND. ( --Om Turkey and Dunubian Principalities j CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS. I four million, and Egypt two million Orders promptly filled. Pnrchniwn fr:n i bushels. Montana coming to Corinne, are rwpieMod are Examine tlieii Htock CHINA AND JAPAN Prices. BUREAUS, we-ge- CHAIRS, Tiiblcw, UedHteads, I. M. BARR ATT, CORINNE, Wash stands, Cribs, ) GROCERIES, M bu.-hc- ntnnn I a lorn Metalic Burial Cases. -- n.nr o at i all i one-hal- v2-d- tf ISAAC. D. HUN TOON, CommisNiou 3Ierclinnt, Washington Fashion. Mrs. Fernando Wood, at a recent reception in Washwhich a corresington wore a dress-o- --- --- Take up your finest REFERENCES pondent writes: old Jt reader CREIGHTON MUNRO. collar, my lady point, by the way. Now imagine a whole dress, ELLSWORTH k LOUTIIAX, with any quantity , of ferns and palms running over it waist, sleeves, skirt, all complete with pink silk underneath. t Could anything be , more exMontana Street, quisite? It looks at this distance as if Mrs. Wood had rolled herself up, regardless of expense, in one of her own CORINNE, CORIWK. -- - Kl.LTOX. mj2-lr- f This has been going around for a year or two. It is over rated, we think, How is this for completeness. What is the difference between the Prince of Wales, an orphan, a monkey and a bald headed person ? The first is heir apparent, the second has nary a parent, the third has a hairy parent, and the fourth has nary a hair apparent. Or this for neatness: j died of love for Jnpi-tehut a chemist has discovered Io-dido of potassium. Ifc was said-I- o --O- r, (EAST or Packed to Insure Safety and Avoid Extra Weight. Agenta for Barratt & Co., Crystal Palace, Salt Lake City, California Street, San Francisco. 37 Second Street, - - Sacramento. 40 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. !WO J UTAH, Ete. my2dtf Etc., O. H. ELLIOTT, $ Wholesale and Retail dealer In QUEENSWARE, CHINA, GLASSWARE, CUTLERY, J L. DEMERS. W COLESALE AND RETAIL DIALER IN Limes, Nuts, AND ALL OTHER CORISSfE, - - . CORINNE, DRY GOODS, - - - - - UTAH. Alwoya on hand the Imteot Dealer in ) t f4 fi ft DRUGS, PAIZXTS, A Buffalo preacher thus addressed FURNITURE, LAMPS, the Throne of Grace one Sunday: fO OILS, PERFUMERY, raytdtf Lord, bless those who are present; bless TOILET ARTICLES, PLATED WARE, M. , Information wanted, of Major J. those who are getting ready to come; Bar Furniture, Etc. Etc. Crammer by his brother S. C. Maynard, bless those who did not come at all; and Ete., AXD GEXEKAL Des Moines, Iowa. Anv oue knowing in a special manner, we pray Thee, South side of Montana Street, tie tr oth, Bricklayerii and will his whereabouts please address as Mess those who arrived in time to hear House Furnishing Goods!! None bat ood Workmen Employed. above. the first prayer, f niyOdtf my . v Pa r -- 1 V f MAGAZINES, Newspapers & Periodicals. i? s i i Plasterer, prp A' v.A Book and Stationery Store. WHOLESALE and RETAIL UlJ'2-dt- f 1 ) 5 .UTAH W W. HULL, n; tny2-d6- HURLBUT BROS., CIIANDALIEUS, 4 ' GROCERIES, BOOTS and SHOES, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In FLOUR. APPLES, PEACHES, LIQUORS, ORANGES axd LEMONS, J IIRIX2HDALLS BLOCK, C8rner North Front and Sixth Streets, TROPICAL PEODUCTIOnO, h 4W Har Fixtures, Etc., , 1 SHverwiire, p i myi-dt- f THE OFF.RI HOUSE,) f PRINCIPAL OFFICES Qucennware, Glaanwnro, i s. , EAST AND WEST. DEALER8 IN D. CONWAY, window-curtain- to coll and examine Stock and Prit ni. SUPPLIES RECEIVED FROM Corner Battery and Wash in y ton Sts., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Goods f parlor . CORINNE. A . t o 1 .