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i , a-- J--, - "I '. j iv , , ' ,iJV 1 ' 4 - - . W ft ' 'aLs v - ' " , ' ' BEPATCEE3 that of a rattlesnake. It is a nice thing THE VERY LATEC? O1 anniverto be celebrating the birth-daUmBIGRT QEJRTS. s ft: It Sistes;! United sary of the Mobile, July 8. Bf itoa Brag; yr. Sunday Hortigv Zxj 0, 187L, with so . littlJ ostentadeti d so Xuc nephew of General Bit sincerity and heartinc ! If kUled in froffof &C? TUB SrmiT C? IT. f wtpldcoliter ? I nions had the power .S' Some it the professed Gentiles of Salt ate the United States o, me wipes a "Hytue this mornin(r,-ti7- 3Iabsail- Lake chose to attend the Mormon cele- sum that is told off a slate with a sponge son, son of L. M. Wilson, Vice President of the Mobile and Montgomery bration of IMlependence rather than that -- From our exchanges railroad. Acquitted. of the Liberals. Among these were Mr. that 8 Charley Douglas; was i acNewark, ft. JnyaA-A- i ah itch, lafo ,of Nevada, and Mr. Majors, we learn recent the at honest oclock this morning the 7:45 train from jury formerly o Missouri. They sjpd various quitted by an --the 6?2trahi frcm in Idaho Court District the of New Yerkij'-and things .which must have pleased, the term Mormons well, even though they were City. He was on trial for the, murder Newark, sighted .each other then dash' Both o(JL D. Holbrook, member of Congress ing af ftiB V8peid,u the' whistles were forced to despise the speakers. about . one year blown Vthoutyany dimm$wfica te their praised the demonstration in honor of from that Territory, tbe first trial Ae jury hung. speed, they met at the switch at PorillV the, anniversary of the nations birth- since. At a Farm, which the raibod .tEQ through. day, saying it was the best or most im- We think it just verdict,. A gravel train bad just been switched posing they had ever witnessed. There ' ! off there, and the switch had not been was undoubtedly a good deal of- it and to it. But it may not be known that it replaced ; the trains meeting each other COR1NXE DAILY FOR THE KPEriAI.LT MFOKTED JOU&3AL at the juuctioh the Mow. York train rhu is a stereotyped .demonstration first got IY THE WESTERS CHION COMP AMT. off the: track and bonnded down the . , O' " up for the celebration, not of the nations birth-daChambowf is jnto a ditch, difggiqgtji Loxdox, July anniversary, but of that of the tHe 24th of ndw at Chateau Cbambord if he refused the three front cars, The smoking car Mormon, theocratic State, ' in landed first the to see wheu .Orleans, Pjiooes until he con- of the down train was thrown on the 1847, they July, indesults the people of France. His procla- tender of the engine, and the first pasUtah and whence they date their behind was into pendence. Of course it can be used for mation, calling upon the people to rally senger . . it sicar;mi fifteen feet. telescoped 4.f the for from Fire fully any other day Brigham , thinks it policy around the Pourbom throne,' ; creates it to observe. with honor just as well. It great excitement ; unless the' authori- engines soon fcpread enveloping everyconsists of a procession made up of the ties interfere there will be an inritation thing within its re&ch. The. greatest alarm prevailed among the passengers, ruling priests appearing in various civil of Napoleons Strasbourg programme. New York, July 8. A special Wash- the ladies screamedami the meh rushed ahcTecclesiastical capacities, representawhile tions of. the arts aud trades, Sunday ington dispatch - states that Senator to 'others threw the doors, baskCte, -. . w . .J . Vv Jw some in and instances written and has Schurz a letter to a gentle- bundles, school j children carrying banners comin. man Washington in which he strong- even threw small children from devices,' and usually two or three panies of the Nauvoo Legion. A marked ly expresses himself in favor of Charles windows. , The terror thus; created was feature is a bevy of the fairest girls they Francis Adams, of Massachusetts, for augmented by the report mat scores of J have dressed in, white and passing each Vice President'in 1872. 1 human, beings were in buruing carriages their unable to effect their escape. The fife National banks continue to hold.. for a State or Territory, and another is f what is left of the Pioneers Society. 5:20s and other six per cent, bonds, and alarm was rung and the: firemen wfcre After a suitable march, the procession it has been discovered at 'the Treasury promptly at ,he scene and extinguished enters the big tabernacle, where the department that somer of these bauks the flames. The scene of the disaster tsual - Fourth of July ceremonies are have advised their depositors, who are is a fearful sight. For 150 feet the ' gone through with, an oration, reading holders of six per cents to keep them, tracks are lined with the debris n . 1 wo of the'Declaration, speeches, toasts, mu- though these National banks are the engines with cars and a ' of government, it is from them that hundred men are at work clearing away sic etc. Any one who saw the Mormons celebrate the anniversary of their most serious impediments to the new the rubbish. 'Hundreds are cngregat- arrival in Utah fifteen years ago could loan have been met with. mg at the scene. One man jumped Russia' declare from Official advices from a witidow at the moment of the describe their celebration of the Fourth Alexandro-vitch- , Duke Alexis the Grand that accident and thus saved himself. L of July without having 6een it or heard ' ' will certainly visit this country search is now being made for the bodone. will probably arrive here ies. The next and fall, distance from Newark to the But. what do they celebrate on the acwith in to a squadron September, scene of the disaster, is one mild and a Fourth of July, or any other day of the him which lies now Cram at company half. The general' impression is that world 7 Bead Geo. Q. Cannons oration the finest numbers of that several stadt, the accideut was the result of criminal as reported in' the Mormon Junction. in the vessels "Russian f two navy, The first thing he refers to is the day negligence oh the part of the employees which from are Suetlana an and frigates of the road. All travel on the road is twenty-tw- o years ago when the pioneers iron clad from frigate Kniag Pojarski. celebrated the first anniversary of their suspended, , The following is the list of deferrThe the in Grand Duke of object arrival in Utah.' He went on with a the killed: George Hill, Engineer his to was the heat of visit, ing escape short disquisition on the growth of civil roasted , alive: Asst.. .Engineer, . Frank recomthe and at American summer, Kiemah horHbly tahhgled; hnd died and religious , liberty, apd its establishmendation the of Prussian Catacazy, Then followed in ten: minutes; Dapiel Wliite. brake-mament in this country. in Minister order at that Washington, Wm. McManas, fireman and the body - of the speech, which was an s the sessiou he be at hekt might present Banks, ap t engineer .is missing. The arraignment, as every Mormon Fourth more of and formally testify Congress, number of passengers injured cant be ef July oration ever attezed was, of the to exists between Russia that the amity, less than tliiity. George Banks, of world, the government and the people of and ' ' States. United the Newthis country,, for their treatment of the state that all testi- New Haven, aud Frank Adams of dispatches Special Mormons as much more severe than are supposed to be fatally injured. mony in the case of Mrs. Sherman, the ark, the British Jeffersons arraignment of Boston, July 8. The Executive wholesale Connecticut poisoner, is in, in he could Those it. as make 76, King and the examination has been adjourned Committee of the- Boston Peace J ubilee who alone in Utah stand up for civil and Giluntil Monday, when counsel for the pris- of 1869 have resolved to support nationreligious liberty, and for the sovereignity oner will make an argument man in his plans for a prqposad and laws of the United States, were in favor probably of dismissal of the charge as al jubilee uext June. termed demagogues, tricksters, tyrants, not being sustained. It is i believed in Tint carat is an imaginary weight mean men, political hacks, the fag ends will' to case that the fineness of gold, or Derby, however; go that expresses of parties, too contemptible for notice trial and that the defense will beafash the proportion of pure gold? in a mass Geo. Q. Cannon is probably the ablest ionable one of insanity. . , , 4 of metal; thus an ounce of gold is dividman in the Mormon Church. He de A Washington special says it is well ed into 24 carats, and gold of 22, carats livered the oration last year on the known here upon authority, fine is gold ofwhicb.22 parts .out of 24 Fourth.', It was in the same style. Ho that Commissioner of internal revenue, are pure, the other two parts being silMormon,'; who comprehends the scope General Pleasanton, has resigned his ver, or copper or other metal; the weight and aim' of his creed, ever gave breath office on account of a misunderstanding of four grains used by jewelers in on the Fourth of, July or any other day between himself aad Secretary Bout-well- . weighing precious stones and pearls, is to anything! but the Mormon aspiration As soon as his withdrawal was sometimes called diamond weight the for independence. handed in) it was accepted by the PresiFor a' Wither indication of the spirit dent, and General C. A. Arthur of New carat consisting.of 4 nnminal grains, a 6 of the, celebration, witness Mr. Lieut. York was shortly after tendered the po- little lighter than 4 grains troy, or carat grains being equal to 72 General Wells ordering out a part of the sition. He expressed his inability. to grains troy. The term on weight carat Kauvoo Legion for parade in defiance serve, however, and it became necessary derives its name from a bean the fruit of the late Governors order disbanding to make another selection. No one has that illegal and disloyal militia organi yet been chosen, but it is thought that of an Abyssinian tree, called kuara. nation. It is claimed of course that he Deputy Commissioner Douglas , will be This bean from the time of its being f gathered, variea very little in its weight, had tfcp right to.- - But where else than v ; appointed. and seems to have been, from a very re in Utah would such a preposterous Chicago, July 6. New York specials claim be set up? That somebody, no say the gravest apprehensions are felt mote period, usd as a weight for gold .fesan .m&tter. who, had the right to enroll, or- about. the horse disease .rhich seems in Africa. In India also the as a weight for ges and pearls. ganize, and use the militia of the State, alarmingly , on the increase. It is now v not only' Vithout' the concurrence but believed to be not only epidemic, but . A Stolen Child, Hears. Chsa. and against the wishes and in defiance of contagious' A great many hlood horses Beber Oakey, from. Baris, jiich county,; the power of the Governor of the State 1 are sai to have been seized with the dis- called to see ns yesterday. The Yet that is j tistjwhat is claimed in Utah. ease. Those of Bonner, Vanderbilt, ported&that, they Nothing prevented the carrying out of Wilkes, Belmont, Fisk and - Stewart front of this piece of bravado hut the assurance among' the rest. , It is reported that dur- dressed Indian fiohioir spying be a girl of Geni BqTrobriand that if they were ing the week as many as thirty or forty some papooses. It appeared to of. about three or four yearn- oJd, wiih called out-iwould disperse them if he horses, valuted at from fiV6 to ten thouscomplexion and huralmoat red. had to fire tip on them. Then they gave and dollars each, have died of the light A grey mare and a littte blsck cok iks way, pleading hat one certaih company plague, and all horse o wners are getting near by. They think the Indians , were from the country would have to i&rch. alarmed for the safety of their property. in uniform. in. the procession; because At present at least two thousand horses day and they had no ether clothes, but that 'they are Soffering from the contejioo, which then Junction. 'wouldnt march as a company, that is baffles all the skill, of, veterinary surtogether nor with arms. . This was satis- geons. The is little doubt bat that the bunt says Chat nine hand: factory tf Got. 'Black, yet now mark, epidemic wfll spread all over the counto Sunday last for ue k vtest after iiwas over, they got together in try, and no limits dsn be set to its diffu- excursion to California. By invitation accordthe CSfy Hall, and, over their wine, sion. The' disease' has Increased 'in vio- from Brigham Young, and-iance wishrtf b with UmteTpisiscd Wells hearted that they had succeeded lence to m6re l than an endiriaxy degree number of the exermoauta, tha entire in everything they , undertook, notwith- within the pest two weeks. ,V Newark, N.jJ. July 8. A checking standing the seeming odds against them! ? jPcaxiin g of haring successfully defied accident ofi the Newark and N.Y.H.R. kihpolia sad at Omaha for the trip to CftU- ithe pctrcrS'thxt Jm after tgretiag'thst fee fiwnix JcxdUzi. tZt it&iaptto do ky precisely fl- of several persons auidthe wcEdiz cf T the He pf the whole'thin itxsstbe, and many more. The .8. o dock train from sppU ,ti hard to this hftf' mid Ctrid as , fidm &ed treheroui-aaIn fe&onst of defeat and hu-- w5 xocstsj on ;tBkcaea :.tsack cd by anthcrisSnjCr csxrr in ctUsiim The Ckrs zre O heap extend the rijhtc.;rcl!rj to tlmywhta CORinriE DAILY JQUKHAL y iowingJisi. -- . ty i&rij -- , TELEGRAPHIC cm-baukpe- . F m v a Jt A : 1 i. -- des-troye- d, ere-atio- - : . -- . 74-1-1- ? -- . ; is-us- ed ' w-it- a -- ; -- t n d 9 hole its tiii t t ' I, tr ri.iv irri .mu.. lira nnhet oC perfonnjthe was an bujmosing that it ceremony, imporiimtrrcasataatdemaiidedtlNk urgent call, a member of one of our most prominent law firms went post hasteVto the depot, but upon being asked to ry the couple, he paused, looked on with astonishment, aua, after (tpcdi taring a little upm' the Innocent mdnner in which he was sold, he informed thpra of the mau wbo,cosldr4o such things and returned on double-quic- k ..time. After . dil-lige- nt r D. 17. -- A i T Vj X 1. :i Rou3llJTti5 s r. A v- i ! y SmCS onSt JBun, for the At. eometU.!:?. TUodeero of Trmv A' OnMismUio. i tX i! t la i ' 1 i Sugar )JUKiO Tor ftetkevfsrtisnhBHOuUraaa o'T ll. ' TT? 0. , 4 - COItlNNE TTut Oidy WUolcMle i . iT 4. ' ltY . , 4 1 1 j ; t ' 11 - j -- tbeVeat, t s i i Ji Washstatids; Cribs, AND r. CAR- - WILL BE - . r .i. -- ( i , OLD GTAND, ft C0.,2ra$rUtoJi. TIII8 18 THE where he , to meet old friend.. CIEB S. v 00- -- rttCMmgtis Via .v -- s - & CO. BOOT8 & SHOES, SADDLERY, BEDS .AND, BEDDING, -i UQUORS, . CIGARS AND TOBACCO,. : or allft' a'ntun, f vrzirSBB Montana Street, CORINNE STABLE 8utA " ; n ITmjr j Company, iuA'-J- Wwt Dni-- ht J .. tlo.Ua. ootmomovg corral and t4u for the accommodation of Freighter, etou v-iui- li r tmnDD RR A .'j'J D5 n for the accommodation of Freighter ad Campre a (Md4k houee, frith tree wood and K STOCK TAKEN TO 3V.ijg COttllTNE, . I 1 t, Yrt 1. 'UTAH. ro d. :.U0WV7AY, V' ,i, r, v; nr.njJbU c.9WWl?rr Uo . . LLL IJSTGH LOST OH STOLEN, Ell, Id 28, or 28, 1871; aHo, one note given by A. Btaalay to aaine party. wmten with red ink, ftr tllft, dated July 1st, 18711 also, one draft on the if MUNRO, 7, 1871. AT THE XSMrrflrm J?) W . and CRKKIHTOS, W. II. Vi - EVERY . OTHER , DAY. pre-empti- .T JOHN A. tira CoriidrCizth end Uontana Street notified that i will P & Munro, Joha.i. EXPRESS Ll.tJE, LL t THjrHf T - r M Xj Helena! , of the act of September 4th, 1841, at which time aad place you ta appear aadteridat if yon aee proper. '. Mbs. EMOSSNB M. OEESN, AdmiaiEtranffioEmate 0. B. Grpea, deceai i .Creiliton this day diaaoIfed1y Pintnal rnnaent. Creighton will pay aU liahilitica of the collect alt acoounta dui to the aame. I Eight Days1 from Corlar.o to U. 8. Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, Mfnfe the Register and Receiver thereof, on the 17th day of July, A. 1871, to prore my right to enter lota 2 and 8 of section jthlrtj-tw- o CteJ'I town 10 tadrthW rantot west, in Box Elder county, Utah, under the proviaiona . EL W.M. 4 NQTIOT! ... Bond, fn4 ail pifttr interested : - t : HKIIETOFORK betweon John A Cltjghton and uura. under Hu neittie, atyle aml tirm of rnne DVSIRBa JL Hod on by t' , rrr-- m mW' r A. BROADWATER ' noTicE! piscqiUTjon i --DEALER 1- NThrtotgK Eastern' Connections DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, . mnnonKa ' always out hand. ARE Voc JL MJpeer. at, th i vj ' .WITH A GOOD, ASSORTMENT OF To George JO't CARS. JOHN;ACREIGHTON, . i J OF ALL BTYLZS, T - I i ij; : ONLY EXPRESS LINE HAVING J a' i tat OF TOGETHER Cora- -' HI- - , N CARRIAGES 9 Ctantmt, U.T4 June E. Q UACLAX nr Metalic Burial Cases. ! YY 1. . BEDDING, ALSO, A VARIETY J3JLBY o ICI2 . 9IAT9RAB8B8 o . TO AHD aFIIOM THE ajaasm acu i v , tort of Can Oncata. ' Tables, BcdHtcnds, KITCHEN SAFES, In LOUNGES, i c i 1 Attentive Walterpi to act to the OF BUREAUS, CHAIRS, ; t; AYING RECENTLY TAKEN THIS ngra and renovated it, aa can be found u good kaept OVERLAND Constantly receiving a.Jine assortment t R and thoroughly refitted as a Hotel pnnmae to , E. G. M ACL AY, C - CARROLL A STEELE. v AND House CORDELLA, r.A Proprietress it i b.uw ( t Furniture and Bedding, Hotel, ih&Y&ity. n in . Utah. FiYetyoof i - Rrtnil Dealer 8IXT1I,) 1 K 1 v AND iHaSaaaoS SASH, t . vtnri (BETvnmf LAKE POINT. q. JeZltf Ukt City, btak. Montand Street, ,,,i i ti PINE AND REDWOOD & . mtail Mouse, EDWqTSBIKO 3 Mi-- . 1 Clt S7t. tr -- . coniNNE, p. m. TTSnm lk KIMBALL, ' Or XlecafA, iaQMW0?Yi SHI fl. FITCH; Gen. Agent . i. j 1 3 BulUoa to ajal from Ua abort named plat b 1 -- w t - X ,c;' J. W. LESHER. fcr SALT TLdtI3 VGITY; STOCKTON OPHIR. s ti If - b S l 4, (arO of rU CORIBBB IsA JXT2JEOINT , srr X !), s. Pn teitt? at 4t CJorirfwtft 0- -0 L OWf'F'dCW$H. , - ;liCaPofctig MTVIid D4.V at 0 ' rnoisrssiTBrpJso . . VGX .v, i. On the 30th ot vJune an old man t i ; HAND AND SOI named Wilson, from MeDonnld county, Mol. was robbed near Colberts Station, jn the Cherokee Nation', of ten thousand i , dollars twelve hundred was in O"old. Ofler STEAMEp. ' - . ' 1 P D anasa day. DOORS MONTANA STREET, ociwecn q ;cab, .. LAgn --thto . ii ini'r .v Redwood c r fv-n- y, ji ; ccinnn r f inquiry, they found Sqnijtei Wil: & Jn liams office who united the pair, and WC;have no evimede.tbeip! bsppy, dence to the .contrary. . The hoary-heade-d old patriarch makes a singular 'wi contrast whn his young bride, and had Pope liifcifilto'be in Ciiuncil BlnCFH yesterday, , he. could have fouud a thence upon which to base1 another January and May. After making some detours the ory, they left for the,outh ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MAthrough on last evenings train. TERIAL CONSTANTLY ON j 'n j Y ( rn , imaginations of. future, htppinea and present joy .made such' enviable pictures on the other side, that both paltwa mu- tu all v agreed to become bfte in flesh and blood upon their arrival in this city. When they arrived at the C. h N. W. depot, they dispatched a messenger ujf town for a lawyer, thinkirig he best t'i U-i- and ITre6 irttiLZ?c3ncra ' ' 1H1 - ti Jf u'-Yv- , H V - RANCH. 1 Jell-t- f Old Crime Saloon, s. is. zz&snrxTD, - - pwr41' ( i M? . fr'fi Co."w ? irteei'ittWJSBas f h??,!, u.H5-- r raaort. Norn but the n i. UTAH, h All persona are hereby Potto pddHM the above deecribed notea or payment on aazue baa been stopped. G W MAWKINA r lew Halz, Uahoruly, 187L tjr No. (east or 8--, Sin. , m orau aoc3) mm : '.mu AH Ovcriand Dbc!tctr.iih Shop, x All " WoofTmck. oggoatta pot, OCSCRuS. , Diamond R u JOti 1 Ittl' C7nAn, EVrpr. vtey rzr? YcoarrcEATicrj - V Tat. s CnrcnctocMfm. -- ' oO v,rtY I.IQ ? I V.t I Ksm, I , A JBl 5? y.f U 1 A 'l ' i-- nIi '1 rn T tfyr- -i Cte iYhY-- Gdsijron, tJ. T. .- eirmr-- 1 CAB ALWATJ tvt Gioiceet Cummer Drink. I ASre, Baer.hytk nSSEANi "Prof fCUir -- LOD rV'DHspBOCit Gtablfl. Aai a; m isbwo jonrrtcrni,.;.' ii.'.prepww 1 LAITLf i rtn f . " ' ' "f - .C rrr Cezsm. dooFT) OOrSIITXTIS :?a TmM IjOf COX7 V of dp auEtd. Carrlace Waeon ban wad Painting. qaesi ZMisinoAncxEca -- 1 eral election. - . . ii; sixtytyKT rintnhdlqiiq2?llay of eighteen summers, named Annie G. Field. Both happened to get on the train at Salt Lakend as good fortune would have it, they were bound, for. the ' .v.'.-same point m Virginia. Conversation grew7 warm aboard .the train, the;awk-wardrie- ,' ibebuveuie ce, ' and obLI com vT snppcd , . . " . C Jinudf alKmt urTriKalanoId -- have heearken oat and it u still trhfctles delance like that there are as many more. t ... i ; a in tHjjdtr oni the West over theiUnion PacmcYtailway. There is nothing singular in a thing cf this land, of coarse, as human nature has iect tofols eril tsmqa the days bfAdtim and ve. i fr&e !coula tiho form the theme of this notice, are one . al I. ' X s'. 3 semi-offici- ' V -- the n; - ':r : " io tifjzd 1 " ' , . . , i5qui nt 8.7-Co- unt y , W I , .bol, boad. cf iilockrcttrdiafl ioon, a coupla -- thIm ' ; ', Y' ,Y 0 Y" V - , S A RoHArrni IIabbiaoe. clip SZUi tha fpsncil Kczjpcrtil the r 1,1 , Until i -- wfouaJWb " '., J,Ar ! , - c ' 1 , . n, - tYYYXBXBX:A ' y ; .xyyyI'Y f: .. ? ? ', .J iAYjrX 'yayyyy -- r' c v, 5, iJ Y? v n xk, w . w W k.ji b. - V, k Hrpori ofTr rf' f, i h ?