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VOL. I. CORINNE, UTAH, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY CORIHUE DAILY JOURNAL. PublUhtd Ererjr Morning, (except UoakUy,): BY KENYON & MERRICK, PubliKhen and Prop's. Tmfl by Mail or Expromt, Postage to be. Paid at One Year. yix Months, KfM and - - Office of Delivery, 10 00 Three Months, 6 00 One Month, - - $.3 - 00 1 25 Sara Oprn and Mouth Shut. It is a most excellent rule in life for thoae who would keep out of trouble aud keep themselves out of the reach of bu.y bodies, to have their eyes and cars wide open, and their mouths shut. They may see all that is to be seen, and hear all that is to be heard, but they need not tell to others all they may wish These nre scheming times. to hear. notions of honor and The fair dealing, and sturdy old friendship and neighborship, the kindliness of and the reluctance to take advantage of one's misfortunes that of this prevailed when middle aged-mehave were youths, generation disappeared and given place to harsher, feelings between men and men. The struggle for life and wealth has become so fierce and intense as to have broken down many of the scruples that once governed it. Matters spoken of in confidence, or words dropped incautiously in chance conversation, are not accorded the privacy they are entitled to. They are used without remorse, whenever they can be used to the ad vantage of one or the detriment of another; and in this way many a man who has honest schemes of business to in hand, or may have his in have unhappy secrets household, or in orsonal circles, frequently finds the world cognizant of them all, without scarcely knowing how it obtained the information. An upright, just and honest person who' chances to come into of his neighbor's affairs, will )Mssession upon it and suffer no man to obtain it from him. But all men do not possess this high regard for others. There is a class of persons who look .upon the discovery of another's secret ns they would upon the discovery of a treasure. They will spread the information of it far and wide, with a malicious joy at the pain they nre creating. Kven If the knowledge is of.no substantial value to them, thefaet that it is an it with a fasci other's secret nation and cause it to be regarded with unusual favor.1 The only safe rule in dealing with such persons, and indc1 with all ersous, is to keep your own counsel converse freely and generally on ordinary subjects, but on grave personal matters cultivate a careful reti eencc. old-fashion- n the-misfortun- e will-inve- st -- ok His Forrester Ax Instance Character. Forrester, the suspected Nathan murderer, continues to sustain his reputation as the The followbest hider in the world. ing instance of bis daring is related : A few months since, a number of bis friends were confined in one of the stoutest jails in New York State. The crime which they were in for, was certain to give each a long sentence, and their friends used every endeavor to get them out, without avail, uutil Forrester took the matter in hand. One dark night he went to the jail, and climbing over a twelve-foo- t outer wall, got to the inside door. Picking the lock of it with a too used for that purpose, he passed into another room, where he found the turnkey ' Iving on a cot asleep. Going up to him Forrester very adroitly abstracted the keys from bis belt, and proceeding directly to the cell, unlocked the doors and liberated his friends all making their escape without being seen. After get ting his friends out, Forrester locked the cell doors, and going back to where the jailor was lying, cooly replaced the keys in bis belt, and going out through the same door, locked it with the same instrument with which he had effected an entrance. Many - other instances of his an daring are related, but this will givewho is one he a man of kind idea of the takes desperate chances and generally comes through successful. JTUmarkablf. " . . - ,L The Plague of Pestilence.- - -- Among the dreadful results of the late European the most terrible has already warj one appeared. The poison taken up by the the multitude of battle atmosphere,-frofields where the thousands of dead, either unburied or very insufficiently so, has commenced to reach the air of the cities cound and villages of the try. Recent telegrams announce that in many parts of France and Prussia, typhoid lever and even more fearful types of disease have appeared in very aggravated forms, and there is much cause for apprehension that, unless most vigorous measures are employed, the blast of pestilence will sweep the face of the Continent. ,f m blood-staine- j , - An Artonlxhtd Conductor. Get aboard, old limpsey, saida pert railroad conductor to an aged, plainly dressed lame man, standing on the platform, waiting for the signal to depart ; get aboard old limsey, cr youll get left. At the signal, the old gentleman quietly stepped aboard and took a seat by himself. When the conductor, in taking up the tickets, came to him and demanded his, he replied : I do not Then I will pay fare on this road. put you off at the next station. The conductor passed on, and a passenger, who had seen the transaction, saia to him. Did you know that old gentleman ? No, I did not. "Well, it is Mr. , the Preeident of this road. The conductor changed color, and bit his lips, but went on and finished taking up the tickets. As soon as he had dope he returned to old limpsey, and said, " Sir, I resign my station as conductor. "Sit down here, yonng do I not wish to harm you ; but we man, run this road for profit and to accommodate the public, aud we make'it an invariable rule to treat every person with perfect civility, whatever garb be wears, or whatever infirmity ho suffers. This rule is imperious upon every one of our employees. I shall not remove you for what you have done, but it must not be repeated. The conductor afterward never saw old among his passenger another liuipsey. , UNION BREAD , PIES AND JJ J$trflca.l and Meclwnlcal Dentistry. Artificial teeth inserted on Gold, Silver or Base. ,$t J. - - UTAH. A Auction Prices ! P. J. FAKWELL, O- Corner North Front and Sixth Streets, - CORINNE, - ' . - - OFFERS UTAH. O. H. SMITH. B. II. W. LOCKE. coarstsTixo - my2-d3- Collector. C. P. MAltKET. Kirkendalls I North Silo of tho Truck. Block, - J. HEYFEOU, Propr. D. , " I Itcvenxic. BANK OF CORINNE. my7tf ' w. W. HULL, IA"!10ND GROCERIES, Internal OFFICE, of my2-l:5- m ni J. HOLLISTER, O. CORINNE All the lsest qnalltlea , . columns. Fischbachs MONTANA STREET, ! : REPORTER OFFICE, m S JL Xj003ST , I ... ATTORNKV AT LAWi CORINNE. Hand Goods Bought and Sold. JOBBERS OF AN- D- Heil and ouj-- , CLOTH i - Sckool Books, Cutler), Dry Good, etc. WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Second PHILIP WADSWORTH & Co. 3STQ- - f myl4-t- DENNIS J. TOOHY, the Post Office) my2-d3- : " CLOTHING. MONTANA 8TRKET, CORINNE, TO THE CITIRENS OP THIS CITY of gwxls in his lin AT AUCTION DHICES ny2-dt- WADSWORTH. - GENTS . (Nearly opposite MONTANA STREET, ' PHILIP ' . A. MAMS. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. . AND my21tf , y7d3m m LADIES' SILKS AND SATINS, Dood Accommodation! for Freighter! nd Immigrant!. OFPICR AT R. R. DSPOT.I Counnx. GEORGE THE ONLY FITCH & MANN, & Scourer practice Repairer ATTORNEYS. AT JLA. W -- OF AND BOOTS and SHOES, FLOUR. LIQUORS, KIRKENDALL'S BLOCK, Office Hours Urom O to lOA. M. TOOS. riTCH. COMMODIOUS CORRAL , - my2-d3- ( CORINNE, DRY GOODS ' Corner 4th aud Montana Streets, f J. E. TAGKBT, Quaker City Stables, AND RETAIL DEALER IN ; my2-dt- Ootun. hr. n. x. PAnrron, n. p. CONFECTIONERY , Constsuatlr on kaad at GEORGE HANF, Propr. . . UTAH HEHBY DEHHALTEES. . my!3tf RUTS, Cor, ith and Montama, AND - CORINNE, Three door west of Rost Office. GROCERIES OFXTICE, 'Kept constantly on band. Vul-cani- to All Operations Warranted. "IS MONTANA STREET, . CORINNE, 'yyilOLZSALF. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF . LIQUORS AND CIGARS '' MST L. DEMERS. J. W.GRAHATT, II.D. FRESH VEGCTABLE3, And a Good Stock of , . CAKES, 13. FRUIT IN SEASON. FRESH 0 m BAKERY, NO. Bricklayer PROVISIONS, and Plactoror, None but Good Workmen California Canned Fmlta, Empleyod. "" Grain and Vegetables. f I Keep constantly on litind the choicest nits of myt-dtMexican Gambling. The Mexicans BEEP, MUTTON, ND SECO HA PORK, XI) GOODS are desperate "amblers, but as they play Gents- - Furnishing Goods, SAUSAGE, Sold. BACON, and deBongkt and luck among themselves, fairly, . . A . JTXV. CORINNE, LARD, WIN8CIIKLL is PREPARED TO BUTTER, 34EGGS, 30 and No. Lake one time them favors at anoat Street, serting lw CORNED any quantity of BEEF, VEGETABLES, so ther, they are not often rained. A CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Etc., . Ete. GRANITE very wealthy man was sitting one after& SON, on the carUTAH f at tlis detHt at $3.00 a perch. This is noon in front of his house taking the air, fur superior to any WHOLESALE BUTCHERS. in when he observed a peddler, whom he I. C. DAT. WM. T. ALLEN. C. COKYKLI.. K. C. ALLEN. , try for permanent improv! . knew very well, looking intently at his Corner 3th and Montana Streets, - - - Comxx-A LE and RETAIL WHOLES premises. Hailing him, he asked him CO., BEEF, PORK, and MUTTON cold MONTANA what he was about, and what new pecu:: Dealers in - CORINNE, ST., by the Carcass, -- Side or Quarter. WHOLESALE liarity he had discovered in his mansion. O DRUGS, PAINTS, Ob, said the man, I was only thinkChoice Meats for Hum flies always on hand, ing possibly some day the establishment - 0 OILS, PERFUMERY, may belong to me ; especially as we general dealer m ' All orders promptly attended to. nre very fond of cards, and TOILET ARTICLES, 34 & 36 Randolph St., Chicago, Tke higluMt Prices paid for Hit stock. luck often favors the poor man. Tickled ' t Etc. Etc. Etc., my2dtf mySdtfv with the effontcry of the man, and de(Corner of Wabash Avenue.) I South side Montana near of Street, 5th, to to some one with lighted get gamble XIOTJSE MONTANA BREWERY BUILDING STONE. FP. I ' 4 my2-d:i- m -- myS-dGn- il R. MAKTIN my2-dt- IIURLBTTT BROS., DAY, ALLEN & . j . Ala-mania- ns : .. billilard material - he offered to lend him ten dollars, if he would sit down and take a hand, a pro ORDERS FROM UTAH TERRITORY bo ntra than ' position no Mexican was ever known to auy other rate. shall filled at lower myfcdrtrarefuse. At it they went they became very much excited the peddler won, and HUSSEY, DAHLER & CO., wanted to leave off, but his opponent would not hear of it, but insisted on (Successors to Wilson A Morton,) doubling the stakes ; at it they kept until daylight. The next morning the pedler rose from the table a winner of every penny the other possessed in the world, UTAH. CORINNE, houses, land, stock, everything. . North Front Street, my2-3- m v- .. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, Paints, The Stockholders of the my2-tl;5n- First National Bank of Utah tuned very low in the chord of sympathy. FINE TOILET ABTICLES, Churches nyp sometimes nothing but Compose the Firm. AND spiritual boarding houses, where every GOLD DUST, COIN AND EXCHANGE boarder has his own especial errand, and FANCY' GOODS. and Sold. the most to be done is to keep out of Collections Bought 'I'-l,ny2il3m will receive prompt attention. each other's way. This is all wrong. Of ' f Defiance Cigar Manufactory, course one member in a large church cannot know every other member ; and Ho. 174 Water St. HEW 70BE. Occidental Restaurant, there is no objection to individuality, but the social atmosphere should be espe- - Proprietor, BRANDS cially looked out for. This is more than H.F. FULLER, The Defiance, TJon, than more architecture, pulpit oratory. Montana St., Corinnc, Faint ajf. Tin I rerun! Standard, I havent the slightest objection to art Saeeenn, Poiver of Fanhion, and music, providing, always, that feelRear of Kuneys Billiard Palaco. issacrificed. Ply Thing, The Golden Eagle not Feeling without ing eta. 5 3 to One Heali from Dollar. feelPel lean, Game Hoonter, ,, art may be vulgar, bat art withoutt ' sham. . a is legal Tender, Tupitcn, mg Board by the Week imn $5.00 to $8.00. TAc Ifm Star, El Menhtnta, To illustrate that the homestead law was a great thing, it was stated at the ME2jALS AT ALL H0URS! Gulliver, And various other brand of the Choicest Cigar F armers Club, ; of New York, that a he was young madjmd thegirl with all Hentaurant the from the the market. The best east, each Tables supplied engaged, emigrated in entering a homestead of 160 acres, and town. Open for orders of any kind day or night as soon as tbitf patents were obtained, myl3tf they married, and as a result of their N. Kanadt, J. C. Thomas SPORTING, MINING native shrewdness, became the wealthi' AND est persons in their section. ? This story OSCEOLA SALOON was beat by another, oT a married couple AND who went to., Oregon when that State Of Superior Strength and Cleanliness. gave 320 acres to settlers ; as they wanted to obtain all the land they could, they AMERICAN METALLIC got a divorce. This enabled them to MONTANA ST., - - COB.IITNIS, next boob to yhb xktbofoutas hotkl. obtain 320 acres apiece, after which Y, held 640 and became they acres of land. BAR 18 ALWAYS STOCKED WITH THE A. 7. my2-dt- Delivered ' f myn-dO- Day m Glazier, Oriental Powder Co; CLUB ROOMS, AmuniTiotJ re-unite- d, Mrs. Victor C. Woodhull, broker and presidental candidate, astonished the Radical 4club of Syracuse the other for a night, by declining to receive payeccenlecture. In explanation of this tric conduct she told them that she was making one hundred thousand dollars a month out of her business, and f often spent twenty thousand dollars & month in the cause of womans emancipation. Fears on ari invasion' of Syracuse ladies street. are entertained on moral sentiA lecturer remarked that ments, in Philadelphia, friendthe dearest ship in the world was ship, whereupon a young man rose from among the congregation, and stated that ho knew anoUier a dearer ship The still and that was courtship. young matk had once been a defendant in a claim fbr' breach of promise of "mar- nage. Affectation in any part of our carderiage is lighting up a candle to our be taken make us fails never to fects, and notice of, either as wanting sense or on the . - T - ; V J THE conPAri TAYL0B, Agent. brands of .. , OFFICE 8E00ND DOOR WEST OF P. O. Wines, Liquore and Cigars, direct from San Gaia. V : my2dtf Francisco, " Champagns Coektaib a SpeeUilfttyr. ' - GIVE US A CALL. , KANADY A THOMAS, Props. ' BANK OF CORINNE, : CORINNE, UTAH. 0 D. CASS, 7. T. FIELD, ; V ... Its seam is stronger and less liable .to rip than the Lock Stitch. Judges Report of the Trial 8end for the Report and samples of work con- - - f - CORNELL, WARD ' 1S3 Lake BUY AND SELL myld4m-wl- CORINNE. y myS-d3B- i. d. huntoon; Commission Merchant, Comer Battery and Washington St AN FRANCISCO, - . - - CAL. , IIAYJICiriC Cl CAHTRELL, New York, wv' 'Chicaco, r & CREIGHTON k MUNRO, :. ELLSWORTH A LOUTIN, ( -- " fi - Ksmqv 7 '' , I1: ;r COOKS, STATION2KIY, WALL PAPER, Cutlery aud Po if Notioas BBT7B, ? v ; ;.:v - ? HENRY --Wheleeale .v' an : ! f V. ' - HyS-O- ai j LEIWES, ea4 fieteH dmlet KANUyACTVBESS OF - Coriiac, 'fc- -ir FourtX &rc3, - , OteamDn(;ineot B 23 D-- AND ALL SIR1X3 OF 4 CmswCX CeC&a fin " nyxtf ' ' ptsr - .a-.- ', .:l 3 i. Zdcson ufid : a . J.'T ,?.; .( CTAC.I aV7tzcri D Mill and Mining Mnchlory. J JF. - .oiorjr ,1 . 'itci.) : x. x CAirmli,. , k " i Cbtnm - GEORGE L. HOLT IX COHERE, v' f ? Ban Frandsoo, . - 210 &aa Zcslo Ctrcct, r hr VSULDCtSCG. DAN Howard, ' - ' vr i - And ths Principal CUies JCast emd Wsst. --iust make to a two takes quarrel Coxpuxnm of congratulation are It alwajs kindly taken, and cost one noth- remember that. It takes two to get a - OOLLCCnON3 WILL BSC3TB ing but pen. ink ana. paper. I consid- quarrel fiurly going, . so hold your . ix,,-.i .i Zf, er them as drafts upon good breeding, ;ongue the moment yon see a storm PROMPT ATTENTKD AND PERSONAL where the: exchange is greatly in favor comingj and you Mr a without the pale of the drawer. ' njMSm discord. Frcnt Barest; lCHINE WORKS,! SIGHT DRAFTS DRAWN ON - ( BEAR RIVER HOUSE, Government Vouchers, Coin Gold Dust, : and Exohaajte. .. ;'J.; ISAAC, 7 -- : Dome. SI A. ' Chleaffo. ;. r. my2-d3- CORINNE, COMINGS, 6 - HOE ' e XUpalrimN , j - ' utAH r boots made to order in rm Gents aatk&ctiei nStS5.mt WrOTwl Pocket agentswanted. 1 ; (Opposite Metrepelitan Hotel) . nds of stitches on the, same piece ' : BOOT AND MAN .. The Champion of 133 first premiums in two joining both : myt-dt- f Barbor Shop & Bath Hoaco, XLT7. Ps SPZKXCXZl, - - Pxwpr. W inswr tny2d3m Bar supplied with best Liquor and Cigars. my!4-2- t Reporter copy, SAINT IXUIS Yn7ILC0X O plIBBS SESW ING Entrance Fee, 02.50. POOLS WILL BE SOLD UNDER THE STAND. : Solicitor In Chanceity. CORINN r at 1 P. M. sin- at Laz --AXD Mosatana Street, 8tnhblefields horse Guthrie, against BurdeTs horse Pigeon, single dash 400 yards Stakes ' ' ' Attorney & Counselor iy7tf UP ACTOR Y. HOUSE RACE ON THE CORINNE COURSE, heavy. ' Also, a Purse Earn ix hones or more gle dssh 300 yards. No ponies barred out. done with neatness and Or left at the shop, eorner dispatch. ami orFront will receivo prompt attention, r E. P. JOHHSON, Reasonable Terms. On Monday, May 13th; Ete. Paper-hange- r, -- and night herd, stock taken these Stables, toi Ranch, on my2lif i BLASTING POWDER House and Sign Paintor, SALE STABLE PANCHING JJY WEIGHTS kyykf H. H. SHEPHERD, WORK AND CORRAL Best Accommodation for Freighters and Travelers. . Corner Front and Sixth Street, . Coksxk. - to-who- m --V '1JW1 A' ! to. lewis silver, Propr. LIVRRY, FEED ' Orders front Abroad Frotnntlir As. tended ; I IOD3 M. HOUSE. satisfaction guaranteed, my21tf RIVEIS Every Day In QnautitlM to suitPi chasers, by t vv ; CORINNE. ........ ... I mysajf . BOARD nnl LODGING per weok, - - - $9 00 BOARD per week, - - - - . - . . m SINGLE MEALS, . . . gr sn . . . . LODGING, go , . Tbe Bert in the Market. "C3t C GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS. : quality T " 1 Office Opposite Post 41-- i ; - - MONTANA STREET, . ' i AG Bit HEEJL - i. . . WINBCHELL JAHES CHAPL07, Proprietor. SILVER STAR HOTEL! Oils, Varnishen, Window Glass. , r V Dealer in it. conumn, of thtr 'place Offers to thecitcesns country, the best ol GROCERIES and LIQUORS. in-P-URE - UTAH -i ( FOBEI,i ; . DRUGGISTS, dealers BANKERS. C,lose to Depot , Kept on the Restaurant Style. Modern Liixurv Good Clean Beds. o .; & CO., Wliblwwle and Retail . - CORINNE, J. W. MeNUTT - Beecher snys some churches are I CORINNE. - - c. KUNEY, BILLIARD HALL 4 i ; ' ; m - w o A girl in St. Louis, who is studying law and intends to practice, was asked by an envious lawyer if she was not afraid of losing her reputation. She re-Slied that it had never occurred to her lawyers generally had any reputation to lose! The conversation was here terminated.' wanting sincerityT . DENTISTRY. Dr. H. HADLEY, 5J 16, 1871. s '3. 73.