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o- - Van McDaniels was shot 6ad by T. We believe that women have as much right i in the world aud to mix In' what is Green, iu a quarrel tboaFVsl dxavig going puio itas men have. We be- parties, in Colusa, yecterdiy. Ofttnrdftj Homing, July 8, 1071. lieve that Charles FOlabrown Algora Clr peoples instincts may be as well as were killed by the explosion of a bcT-- ar THIS WjnAH'O CAUS5 IK UTAH. trusted in the matter of voting a saw mill at Forest Hill, Unlay. : in that of getting a living or doing anyCorinneiurncd oat handsomely ThursDeports from all parts of the State thing. A man is not supposed to be inday evening to hear the handsome Mrs. capable of supporting himself and fami- show that the wheat crop is much better Stanton, discourse, on woman suffrage. because he is not educated. Scarce than was anticipated.. The total brop Mrs. Stanton seemed to be master of her ly any of us are educated. We are guided will be little short of last season. subcctr and since she has been strug- iu the formation of our opinions by the Washington, July 7. Acting Secregling with it for twenty-fivyears, she impulses of our hearts rather than by tary of the Treasury dicides that vessels For one we, confess to the cyight to be. reasoning of our heads. The most navigating Great Salt Lake are nct rehaving" listened with a good deal of highly cultivated arrive at precisely op- quired to be documented, the Lake havpleasure and approval to her story. She posite conclusions on political questions, ing no outlet to any navigable waters. claimed that women are persons, conse- the New York, July 7. The horse plagne least cultivated can do no more. quently citizens ; that if voting is a Couutry is but the enlargement of the increasing, and is interfering serious-- y natural, inalienable right, they are enwith street car travel on East- Broad-- , municipality, as that is of the family, titled tovote in virtue of their citizenship, and of the individual. that Why way, - Third street and Eighth avenue ; that if it is a political right, conferred shouldnt again these lines dont pretend to run regular the instinct of only at the pleasure of the State, then teach a man to vote correctly as well as rips, and the Fifth Avenue stages are good policy dictates its bestowal on to dig correctly. We believe in the peo- making theirs at irregular intervals. women-- She urged that womans moral Cholera infantum is prevailing to a ple, women as well as men. We believe power is needed in our politics, and in education, too, and that reat exten in, Brooklyn. A new form devolving would be exercised for their purification s responsibility on a person is the quickest of cholera, having mostTraarked and elevation. The main part of the' and surest way to educate him in anyof both dysentery aud yellow fever, discourse, however, was devoted to ansthing. Hence we say, let women vote. has broken out. So far three cases only wering objections to woman suffrage, Admit them to all the rights of men. have occured. and as these are trifling and frivolous, The whole movement of the time tends Washington, July 7. the answer was necessarily so. in that direction, aud rapidly. Nothing Bowen received a telegram from a She was followed by Mrs. Pitts Ste- can stay or turn' it aside, uot even Hor- friend, at Long Brauch, stating that the who San of Francisco, complained ace Greeley, Jefferson Davis, or Brig- pardon iu his case would be forwarded vens, that Gov. Haight pardoned a hoodlum ham Young. But if Mrs. Stanton, et at, by s mail. homicide while refusing to pardon Mrs. would hasten it, let her see to it that her LIST OF LETTERS. Fair, saying that it was because the sox in Utah use their political hoodlums have votes and the women power in accordance with true womanly Corinne, Utah, July 8, 1871. is the list of letters remaining in following have not. The roost interesting point instinct, instead of a perverted, diseased THE for the week ending July 1st : ls7l to Mrs. Stevans made was in reference one. Allport, J D in to woman the giving of the ballot Burbank, A 8 Bescoe, J S 2 e. Utah by Brigham Camutt, L E Crawford, G M Coleman, Mrs the first She thought it would prove Dalman, L A 2 Downy, H We to Sumter on N II polygamy. Freeman, Fuller, L L gun REPORTED SPECIALLY FOR THE CORINNE DAILY JOURNAL UY !Vin COMPANY. THE WESTERN UNION 3 Mrs J S Gleck, or at least hoped Filleroy, have thought so, too, O Robert Ilannell, so, but after watching the use the New York, July 7. Gold steady at Kchol, Wm Ketchum, G B women of Utah have made of their new- 13 C II Lcatberman, Lusk, S E 3 Governments dull. M Miss found political power for two years, our Munroe, Thos Private dispatches from Washington McClery, Mulford, Chas Mitchell, S F Hopes are not as strong as they were. assert that returns received at the Ag- Mitchell, James Mousbe, II M Madison, A Mesham, L C Men are nearly ut their wits end with ricultural show 2 decreased a John Plannett, Peterson, Department Henry Phillips, Patrick regard to the woman question in view productive capacity in growth of cot- Photographer Roberts, CM2 Rathko, G D of womans action in Utah. We are ton of a million and a half Dr II P and a Simmons, Lewis Stewart, acres, told that we shall introduce a moral eleSicbern, Leonard' Sweet, H J falling off of the crop as compared with Smith, Andrew Steffens, George ment into politics with woman. Are last Toolier, Thos Sherburn, C W 23 of cent. per year Zaleskc, M the established relations of the sexes in Zingler, J C The Chicago Tribunes Washington GEO. L. IIOLT, P. M. Utah indicative of high and pure morals? has the following: Marshal where polygamy, the worst form of special Brigham Young. George A. Townof Wyoming, removed for cause, woman slavery, is not only enjoined as Howe, has played a shrewd trick on the Admin- send, writing to the New. North-Wes- t. a religious duty, but where decency is istration to perpetuate his hold of office. Deer Lodge City, from Salt Lake, says still further outraged by the toleration With his hair When Milroy, his successor, reached of Brigham Young: of incest? where men change wives or he was taken in by Howe aud nicely oiled in ringlets and fulling take new ones as often as they tire of Cheyenne, his fricuds and made to believe that no around his heavy ueck, hair and beard those they have, and are true to nothing man could live on the salary paid, and luxuriant, and but a little turned iu but their own selfish interests ? where? that Cheyenne, in particular, and Wyo- color, a pair of silver spectacles in his men past seventy marry girls of fifteen, in geueral, was a bad place to hand, and his manner all bland, from his and where women are fed on the shucks ming, to. So great was the effect pro- half closed eyes to the poise of his knees and husks ; of superstition instead of migrate duced on Milroy that he left for the East and feet, Brigham .Young soothes manlove ? Yet this is what the women of on a freight train rather than to wait for kind with seignoral hospitality. We are Utah sustain in the exercise of their all introduced, except one young man, the express.' political power. Witness 25,000 7. A terrible who steps forward and' says : As there Portsmouth, O., petitioning Congress for the abrogation storm occurred lastJuly is to make me here night, which un- is nobody President acquainted, It is law. Witness their of the my card, Young. roofed the Catholic church and partly unnecessary, Sir, replies Brigham : flocking to the polls en masse to vote unroofed the jail. quite needless. Be seated. We see for their own enslavement, mental, Washington, July 7. Captain John that he is more perfectly at home than Good men spiritual, aud physical. brother of Senator Nye, ofNevada, anybody in the crowded room, and that are more disheartened in their efforts to Nye, he has a hard, peremptory voice, plausi died here after an illness of a Americanize Utah by this perverse acbly toned down to reception necessities. fortnight. Looking not more than sixty years of tion of the Utah women than by all the The President is expected to reach age, he is past that period by half a other difficulties of the case combined. on Monday evening next score, and still may have twenty years to Men have always been forced to the bul- Washington and return to. Long Branch Tuesday live. Of a wqnderfully robust constitu to all the responsibilities of in assertion their of last let at rights. tbq He will soon thereafter visit tion, equal of night. cool, polygamy, Many have long been of the opinion that Ohio and other with an education and of and the West, parts it was the only possible solution of the on the 15th of August will proceed to chiefly religions, and an aptness and an Some have been Mofmon imbroglio. California. Dr. Morris, of the army, ardor for power and avarice. Young is led to hope, however, that the moral elewonderfully devised for organizing an with others will accompany him. ignorant and solemn people, and com ment to be introduced in politics by On at special inquiry Department of pelling them to be productive and dowomen would do away with the use of cile. CORimiE DAILY JOURNAL t ati e - self-preservati- i. t j sKf Cais V s, T M 5 fViJ'X ci N ... i i. - T'Va ' . - o? i 1c? i, - x j- i- J 3 ,Jw ' 'T-- : 1 - , 'i' j, , II tte Acrtxs . Continent, A Gcoan R I! tt p, cat, seaqjCxya MW Is Ctze marked specialty ofthe . J , i POINT LAKH Wines k Kimballs' etagw for , LAKES IHPPO-OLYnPlA. - JcOAm rf ... ll TIMS and COST, 4 EmpdmVy e-j- MAMMOTH tS 1 ?- ... .... . . Gen. Agent Patented Korecxktr tX Hears. t7X2IC3 Or ri CaU JsSim City, UtaM. Je270 . -- 1-- 4. of-the- anti-polygam- O L CIRCUS Under the Management of barbarous bullet altogether. But theresult, sO far, in Utah, is discouraging. And here is the place for Mrs Stanton and the rest to begin the conquest of the country. Let them retrieve the reputation of their sex in Utah, and through' that sex. They have got all they ask, yes, more, for a man born abroad' must live in the country five years before he can vote, while the polygamists 6f Utah have decreed, albeit de spite the Jaws of the United States, that woman has only to marry a foreign-borbf be married to a Saint to entitle her to r vote At once on landing. Mrs. Stevens t i idea of having Miss Anthony settle in Utah and ruu for Congresses a capital one. Let her come and bring her disciples and marshal a majority of the women of Utah to the polls and vote .them against) polygamy and incest, en joined in the name of religion, aud submitted to with the tameness of sheep, and l have done something to fix the attention of men. She will have forced iawn' to acknowledge the justice of 'Womens claims to superior moral stand-o- r intellectual acumen, or true in .ftiact, or whatever it may be, and the . efficacy: of this occult power for the - n j " ahq-wU- cor--ffceri- of the political ills by which we ijuffpr. If they can persuade their sis .pug in Utah to throw off the shackles have which ' mautmade revelations listened upon their limbs and minds,they Vbaye flttfe trouble elsewhere, .ipw, ladies, hereforis your. toopportunity, test your is .chance you -- faith in what you teach.-- . Here is chance to aef-t- o do something besides toivexke the country . and talk at fifty cents per listener. ' i. We bare no- - argument - to make ' of your claims. We are not disposed to make Hght of you. a!SUt it was officially asAgriculture certained there had been no analysis of cotton aud other reports for July, not s more than of them having been received, and none from Texas and other distant States. Assurance is given that no specific points on the subject have been furnished by the Depart ment to any parties whomsoever. The President returned to the city last evening quite unexpectedly, causing considerable excitemeut among officials, to-da- y, three-fourth- who were unable to conjecture the mean ing of, his sudden return. It is believed, however, that his visit is mainly caused by the new difference between Secy Bout well and Commissioner Pleasanton. The Civil Service Commission has taken no positive action of any kind yet, but is employed investigating the practical working of various departments and bnreaus of the government in New York. A dreadful catastrophe is reported in the Quebadeilla silver mine, Seactec tas, Mexico, caused by fire, by which over .one hundred miners were suffo' Not liking this sort of thing, the friends of General C. G. Wof Wis- con, are pushing him for Governor, to succeed General Fairchild, and with a good prospect of success. in office. San Francisco, July 7. James J. Wilkinson, alias Iron-cla- d Jimmy, noted desperado, was shot dead wiils attempting to escape from tha pclisa last night The fossil remains of a raastr.ta c: the tooth of an elephant was xh: at Stockton Canyon, Contra Occta ty, yesterday. The working force at Mara Island Navy Yard has been largely radnccd. Steamer Wanga 7acga , Dcgiiih Ura, from Australia, is. now nearly a mCi a 7f overdue' London is swarming with visitors. There are abont 80,COO Germans now 0 there, about 150,0 CO French, abont cf cthsr continental countries, and chore 10,C:0 Americans. The hotels, toerta, and - boarding houses . era CzLzj a rccrir korineca. J 50,-CC- f y ; W. II. LOUTHan , L0UTIIAN. AMD Copratnafon , erchants, 7 i l if1 1 4 t KELTON, UTAH TERRITORY, 1 JFirst XatUmml Hunk 0 Idaho, Greathouse liras. ban raAirasro. W. W.Hadp re&Ce. TTffm mil tip & KcUnft; Parker, Wailsan A Co. Welts, a vg0 a to. 1 I? DISSOLUTION NOTICE i' mmam tJMark Packages Cairo To & lb. Goods. Oief(glitoxi & Munro, Oils day dissolved by mutual consent. John A. BRANCH OF THE AT VtV 1 y , , GREAT : WESTERN Fire Insurance Co., JOHN A. CREIGHTON, 1 myfidtf CORmtTE CITY car- - dr by of Idaho. Corinne, U. T., June 7, 1871. iri 4 ' MUNKO, mHE onBusiness WILL 1 Goods Forwarded to all parts Creighton will pay all liabilities of the firm and collect all accounts due to the same. , f . JOHN A. CREIGHTON, w. n. 99 Send Chipping Receipts to ICELTOX, UTAH, with each Consignment of EX-- I isting between John A: Creighton and W. U. Muuro, under the name, style aud firm of i l j" ! HERETOFORE : ! IDAHO. rjeotn milE & Co.s Exp. REFERENCES i 1 Fancy j2-3- m , rC!Y7AnplMO House in of HACK FREE AMD TO FROM THE CARS. Tit OLD STAND, I ? Comer Sixth and IZont&na Streets, op t . . . 1 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. - 0(5,000.000 CapiHJ Otoclr, ,; where he will be pleeaed to meet old Mends. je2ltf Balloon Ascension ! S. CRANER & ,CQ.. From tli Circus Hot in .,DBALSt 1N tli Afternoon. Capital,';-?!-,- coNCEns is colossal in This proportions. The Illuminated Pictorials are exact of the and Ucaaicrf.' 1,000,000 Braneia Odeere, Corinne, U.T. v DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, Freiidsat, U. 0. RAHBOHOFF BOOTS A SH6jES. SADDLERY, HATSTEIH. Dirstcr,. BEDS AND .BEDDING, X7. iTgIASCOTT. LIQUORS, ' CIGARS AND TOBACCO,' .rADY7C3Y,EOARD ED. 8. L. TIBBAL8. CONWAY., , apd 't , j J j WXWJBMfOP JLJix xkifs, Attorney E. P. JOHNSON. , 1 ex- a . v 7 Montana Btveet, (NEARLY OPPOSITE METROPOLITAN HOTEL) jd-t- f gentlemanly and accomplished artist, LOST MR. LEVI J. NORTH, STOLEN, flTen te the InsurAnce 1871, at Port Hail. Idaho, the follow Dwemns aad private TArhs and their contenfi, JULY 1st, (hie Note, riven by A. Stanley, payable of. years at redueed rales. WewooU is and re to G. W. Hawkins of the high-tone- d or bearer,, for 20.. feted June neest.rrpectfuUy invite the attention of all bhajruarantee of the performance, ing issnasee to this Home Company, eepeciAii (hose wheat hwnraaee b sheet to expire, knowing rendered peculiarly brilliant aud attract. also, one draft on the Assistant t yiil be . entirely mfo ive by the sm5fYW Bute,i a Francisco, for thatxcipor; metory. ort atrin - Grandest Concentration of.Tal-e- nt Ever Organised in One Combination, gss.XMsJSi& ayitfvi 2C3T ZZ2C7ZMIT GTAK3 OvcrtirJ ef Dwepe end ' "1 TAT- - . CJc-iciC- .7,,v - - OWBUtflhwf ' and the finest hapc ttintins. 4 'i f Oj . Ia Prepared to do Allindsof lXmlx- and Cmrrimee Wagon ' mna 1ST t - Chop, ) O&AOCOTT, Manag er. ' ' .r'r.V.vV JLtXJ w ( Most Daring and Accomplished Equestriennes! Most Skillful aad Graceful Equestriani! rA Most Intrepid and Thrilling Gymnasts ! T7. II. payment on same has been stopped. O sW HAYTEXES," FontHAlA, Idaho, July 2, 1871. Jy7-lUL. Selected from the I , cimnoa zisfAimo i 'j..;. SYSia.sant.uu, 1 Trained llorcss and penies in the Blschmithiug in all its Crtzc!. connnrn, rnVil ti:ir T7orId I . ( . ' If . - r r rj:"3acc::o)Prc?A ;i, t C i 4lf ALL' ' v; y OB ' PmZERIAL on Hand wooiaafi water i kohoblLTAHED' LUMBER, i a U3 ii r I .X 7 to 3AJ1 amt t u , . : a I 'm -- JppD.bant-iOtablo- , M MSB' ATT J, WILL EUHTEIT AT y t s. n. If - A y f K 3' ! ?, t JJ -- .v sits? ts rtve - : yV-4-;r '$ z M ' it r v ' 1 g i , , utSSt 2 K V t . W .muTit- - it- X: f ' aO Costs!. t 4 : 1 -- ' St it 8 ieforcL f . ndstm Fheat fw-- . . f a. TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY At 2 and 8 oclock p. m. . , . .n , f ,9 UTAH , ' : sod takes plaoe Every Afternoon, previous to tbs . performance. , , , . Cor. Dorrs cod ' v Mrs. CORDELLA, fiIiroYrItirejao. I? In a large portion of the Boston mar riages last year, the brides were older than the grooms. This is only natural,' says the Times . Boston maidsrarely cated. get married nntil they are old enough to THE VERY LATEST DISPATCHES terrify innocent and nervous young men v into it. MIDNIGHT REPORTS. . and ' H the City a Grand In the preseut Congress, for the first time in many years, no member of the Maine Washburn family holds a seat, and, with the exception of Elihn B., our Minister to France, not one of them are 1 Attentive Waiters to see to tbe Com tbrt of the Guests. The Only Company Travelog that gives The Equestrian Department, Heavy Fires. Under date of July under the immediate supervision of the 6th, a dispatch from San Francisco an nounce8 the destruction of Swaius smelting works at Truckee ; McCanns re duction works at Hamilton, Nevada ; also, that Yreka, Cal., for the third time in fifteen years, was entirely destroyed by fire; loss, estimated at 8300,006. These and several others already men tioned, foot up heavy for loss in a single day, the 5th of July. IRAN FRANCISCO. taken this nousE recently refitted and renovated ft, I Agents Y7cllil Fargo Having propose to keep as good a Hotel as can be found in self-wif- l, the- CS.HsMPJiet street, ELLGCCnvn C; the Went. representations performances artistic elegancies which render this matchless hibition so supremely attractive. - Temeers O Cell Enrmla Utah. Woedsef ellhinda.. - $ ,1 LAKE. stf IL li. ELLfiTTCTIL Fire-pro- , T , 4 8IXTH,) J uI 4 The Only to-da- y, -- n .4. Fifst-ClassHot- ol, Uuder the Direct Superintendence of Ce Ce PBIilif MAD. . , AND - Corinne, l.! y self-manageme- 4 FIFTH (BETWEEN m self-prid- e, ' - , Montana Otrect, ce TELEGRAPHIC! Youngs-Legislatur- te T AH Cu00.SE, P3 It rmat acd Belgium ' La , v t2Izreh,lCT0. on bail the Lergeet Stock of Bll. w , Coast; and wil Lower Hard GosA than any Eastern Hsess. Orders solicited from the country for TiUm Cushions or MateriaL JACOBS OTtUtiXiU A CO. to-day- new-foun- d ' y.v Caihiou. Delmya Pttrjt Wire la the United 8utM co3inns,u,TH Cl SSTTnflIL , . r BIIl4aDTABLEi Vt - ' jArticulare addxe s. FITCH, B- - Notary Public -- jyywl , . , - for farther 7 Oe fad MWMArtte , Pout-Offi- - czidrbC'co.;3 to any other route. rtr tb. Btnr 'inap' sesti v- ' f ! , grsisa?s;3 D ..... --ANIK - sym-tom- v- 1. todopnm.j - r m; ; irJZZ&nuc ':r STOCKTON. SALT LAKG.CITY,, I e I1 J Twentieth Aimsai Tour cf , ; - iw. ir a-C- nn emietsoDtSjCjMVQMe; in short, whela ku xxj ex rwtHlsd approval. with T'lwn. : . 3 t- tdCKkrsui o ktrty after my loeg experiea. tZ ,' j I xtrm t ai caxnnn ct a. tctoertOiaWI0 - CS A ."j; cr 2?ti DA at tAIIQ'rCA Ocsan to From lem - 7 Htset, jwiag taso. 1ft i t d3A3m k Cb, J 4 w II 4' w-A- b' between yA ax V. y THURSDAY, JULtf 20. ?r 4 "" K V. rlV V " ? V 4 - TTl' - l- ONE DAY ONLY, j , 4 - 1 A ' :ai V fAliV $ t rws and D VvVwa i esman. t - ' ,rvcv , s - J 1 ft .. - - ' A' f v I ' !,)si, '