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|Paper||Corinne Daily Mail|
CORIME It is rumored that the Utah Northern be sold at public auction soon, to to is u cap defray the amount of expense accrued : Si in running trains over it since its com OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. to Franklin. Surely there must UNITED STATES OFFICERS FOR UTAH: pletion be some mistake in this rumor,' for Governor George 1. Wood, Oregon, Ueorw A. Black, Utah. didnt Kennedy ensure them all the nywtiry Chief Justice J. B. McKean, Nee York. Montana freight, and are they not gttm A tee eiaie J uxthes J. S. Uorernan, of Penn P. H. and Emerson, Michigan. Taenia, ting it t Marshal George It. Maxwell, Michigan. l!. S. Attorney William Carey. Phil Klipplo, having ordered the SarreroMSeneral Nathan Kimball, Ind. Receiver of Public Monevs-- J. It. Overton. necessary material, will soon commence Register Land Office Willitt Potlenrer. U. M. AaeoMor J. P. Taggart, Illinois. the erection of a large and commodious L. S. Collector 0 J. Hollister, California. blacksmith shop close to the present site BOX ELDER COUNTY OFFICERS: occupied by him. It is to have a Wobate Judge Samuel Smith. front and will be 50 feet deep. Phil Fber iff Joh n Bnrt. Prosecuting Attorney J. C Wright. -ays he wjll have next season uno of the Assessor and Co lector J. Rosenbaum. most complete and extensive shops in County Clerk J. C. Wrirht. Sehuul Superintendent Mr. Jneleua. the Territory, and he has ever proved Coanty Recorder J. C. Wright. himself as good as his word. tp DAILY MAIL. 1 He-ner- . s CORINNE AND VICINITY. I. m -- f tlie Gaylord, who received such an enthusiastic reception in Corinne recently, is announced to lecture in Sacramento this evening. Subject j Our Girls. What our girls havo been doing to incur Matties displeasure or advice, we know not; but we dont think their morals will be at all improved should they be compelled to listen to her har31 ft R. R. for angue. Tlie receipt of the C. freight delivered here during the month of September amounted to $31,500. The discovery of a coal prospect between this point and Ogden, of which mention was made.a few days since, has From October 1st to date, 75 car of attracted the attention of one of our freight have arrived here, containing prominent citizens, who intends visiting about 1,500,000 lb. the ledge, and if impressed favorably During the month ol September 730,-40- 7 therewith will cnmmenco work on it lb. of freight was forwarded from immediately. If it is represented, we tbit point via the C. R. R. may expect soon to have aoal mine in this neighborhood that will equal any Tha very latet in Roman rashes along the line of theU. P. R. R, can be ten only atA. Kuhn & Bros. Sisson, Wallace & Co. have just During tha month of September 100 received the California Patent Socket car of freight 1,454,275 lbs were reBrooms, an improvement that every ceived here, principally fur Montana. housekeeper ought to try, A Kliiottl freight outfit, Wyngart -- Aichnioml & Co. shipped a car load faaded with quartz, arrived this mornof potatoes to Cheyenne. They ing. Moores train similarly loaded got are still bu3ing and sacking, and another in thi afternoon. or shipment will be made New Cranberrie, the finest ever in next day. the Corinne market, just receivod at Ann Eliza, after delivering three difFred J. Kietel A Cos. ferent locturss to crowded houses in M. llorgor and his two children, and Sacramento, IcftTuesJny lor Marysville. M. Cohen, all for Malad, were the only UUh and Christianity has an able champassengers by the Montana coach this pion in this lady, and the rood she is morningt accomplishing cannot bs sufficiently apTwenty cars yet remain on the side preciated. tracks to be. unloaded, there being no A large assortment of Ladies and room in the storehouses. Bring on your Misses Ilats just received per express at team. A. Kuhn A Bros. Brick Heuie, with five room, for llow eagerly the Church organs gobrent. Pleasantly losatsd. Enquire of ble up and gloat on anything published 8. L. Tibbals. damaging to the character of Federal that is thos of the officers whom Mr. L. Dibblo left U6 last night for officer Nan Franeisco. lie will return in about 3Iormon money cannot buy is illustwelve days, and will then take his final trated by the recent reproduction of nn leave of Corinne to engage in business article published in the Virginia Independent, in the Salt Lake Herald. The jn Denver. It is now generally believed that the item in question reflects on Judge McKeans honor, and accuses him of principal streets of Corinne will have to be paved next spring to facilitate busi- being opan to bribery, and was instigated ness. Nicholson pavement is favored, undoubtedly by some one who had suffered pecuniarily by the Judges ruling we understand, by the city fathers. in some mining iit in Utah. The VirThe weather still 'continues fine, and ginia Independent whs started by and is prosjmets now are very favorable for a run in the interest of a selfish individual es long freighting season. Considering the Congressional honors, and immense amount of freight now on hand Washoe gold; aud who is willing to and daily arriving for the north, such a sacrifice, if necessary, his meagre hope result is to be hoped for. of heaven to accomplish hu selfish purQuotations from such papers Sisson, 1Yallaee& Co. respectfully poses. but very little weight; but as they Invite teamsters, and all others, to ex- have amine their stock and get price s before are about the only journals in. America to affiliate with 3Iormonism, it is but purchasing elsewhere. Freight checks little wonder that the church organs - taken in payment for outfits. quote therefrom. The csst bound train arrived here three hours late this morning, the delay The Portland.Railroad.and Salt Lake Our neighbors on the line of thi being joccas ion cd by the breaking down of a freight train at or near Sacramento. road are rejoicing over the passage of But two hours time was regained be- the bill in aid of its construction by the tween that point and Corinne. Oregon Legislature, and we may rejoice The lunacy of the editor of the Junc- with them, as by the terms of the bill is to be the terminus and contion is becoming more apparent daily, Corinne and it is now genendly conceded that necting point with the broad gauge Chawles will soon have to swnp his en- C. P. R. R. Our citizens will remember dowment clout for a straight jacket. We the vist of Col. Chapman, a year ago, te confer with them on this matter and sympathize with the poor fool in his terms, and that the Colonel reaffliction, but congratulate his readers arrange ceived such encouragement while here as on the prospective cessation of the silly to be able to assure us of this result. d rehashes from jokes and The charter from Congress held by an the Church papers, to which they have Incorporation of our citizens for tlie been subjected so long. Utah, Idaho and Mohtana Railroad was For ladies handsome ties and scarfs negotiated to the Portland, Dalles and any color, changeabto and others, go to Salt Lake Railroad for as much distance Us they could use the some in a northerly A. Kuhn A Bros. from Corinne, and Col. ChapNo word has yet boon received from direction man assured us that, as soon the desired the parents of the crazy girl, Mary legislation could be obtained, work would Petersoa, Who still remain under the be commenced at this end here at Corcharge of Marshal Ryan, She is under inne and pushed at the same rate and lbe impression that she will Be poisoned, with the same vigor as frem the Oregon and refuses to partake of food or water. end. So we anticipate an early Marshal Ryan informs us that, te his commencement may of the work from CorKnowledge, she has not eaten or drank inne north, and there is no reasonable anything since Tuesday. It Is an ex- doubt but that in a year from this time tremely sad case, and we trust her parents the track will be laid and in ue as far as will soon arrive and take some measures Snake River. Thus are Corinnes prostb alleviate the poor girl's sufferings. pects .gradually but surely developing. That Letlsr. Sfeci,alIxs.- - One door north of the The following letter, which explains Walker House, Dr. C. W, Higgins, Itself, we received this morning, ad- microscopic and analytic physician, dressed1 Cfc the editor of the Corinne treats all classes of chronic diseases, on Particular attenscientific principles. Reporter: o t females, diseases chronic to tion given Auiora, Nev., 1874. to tore eyes, deafness, catarrh, Wen duar you expect get p a Nothur fits, cancers, find w'dttftsr Enclosed Statepiles, gravel, tape Concert. neuraigia, your gif ment Sept 11th 76 Mow Is it was you salt rheum, erysipelas,- - and spinal I invite the earnest attention of roistaKud in your. man- or was it a Brin-dl- e the ffflicted. My system' is no newor a Lie Wear did ottr money goto Fee sum gooff or for Whisky & Bilards. fangled a flair, but the result' of years of in healing chronic diseases. Manoy Ticket Holders Would anLiko Ao expeirenee see me and if you do not and Call 'Know. Won jer rocermond what know Know your troubles are, I Wirt teH ycr men a gain you will you at qnce. Better. j. I. to-da- y - j. rj. raoDcm m UHOLBOALC UtAll AX i u AND long-winde- Ho-Urp- ris t . t DAI Economical, Rkliablk, thk Bkst. Dooleys Yoast Power is superior to all others in market. Free from any : , Retail Dealers tin t x f s. t 17 ahd c::nc2onto f r THE r r GJlbCERIES oil. UBanza, FAcrra, rcsis glas3, , GENERAL ISFOSED .ASDJ FANCY PE3FU2123Y XT ALL GOODS. ntmrn C3T Toacr coats. CFOSCC3. ESSTSS3. AND msxOTr tub. TcnniTonY. in TAFS3, 8TATX0XE3Y. FXOTUR3 HEUCUAUDISE, FRAUDS, TOCXET e CUTLSST.' Elk HAS TUB LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE NORTHER!? COUNTIES AND ALONG THE CORINNE. UTAH. apt conmnc, u. t. R. R. C. T. injurious substances, and so nicely that the contents of each box insures light, sweet, healthy biscuits, rolls and pastry.com-pouud- JAIL. LV Pune DRUGO i ed - At Auer A iiurphys, Occidental saloon, Salt Lake City, can always be foutti the best of liquors and tha finest brands cf cigars. Queen Charlottes, soda cocktails, mint jusherry cobblers, leps, and all favorite summer drinks mixed in unrivalled style at the Occi- dental. Call and see for yourselves. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. WE CARRY THE OF DISSOLUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the heretofore existing under the firm name of Strieker A Co., merchants, at Springtown, Snake River Mines, t. Inaho, is this day dissolved by mutual All persons having claims against the firm will prosent them for payment to Mr. Strieker, and these indebted will else call uivn him for settlement. TO-OTIC- SUBSCRIBE BOR TQC RAIL. Largest Stoeh In Corinne1 E Latest Telegraphic Reports. eon-sen- AGENTS OF THE -- II HUMAN STRTCKER, HENRY MEYEltS. October 20, 187 l.2w BANKING. ,i Works. Povrdcr Califcrnia WARREN HUSSEY Fall CO. & BANKER, - - CORINNE - Local Department Powder in jobbing Iota at Ban Francisco set priees, freight added. UTAH. FREDJ KIESEL&CO 4 V jt i- 1. -t t GENERAL NEWO OF INTEREST THE STOCKHOLDERS or THK XKD First National Bank of Utah COM PON K t FORWARDING COSimSSIOX rJEliMAMS, who-desir- - w .w tSAUUI Ul -- dia-ease- , V WH9U3ALX ss w ' & CO. y I CORINNE CITY OFFICERS: Mavor II. K. Ilurlbut- CounciluienT-- S. 'J ibbals, L. Kliel, E. C. Ierruson, J. W. Guthrie. J. T. Parkinson, J. Malsh, Hiram House. M. U. Ochiltree, Louis and Henrr Lievres. Recorder W. T. Field. Treasurer George U. Allen. J nti e of the Peace E. C. Jacob. Marshal 1. . Ran. Atornsv William Hyndman. Trustee S. L. Tibbala, H. IIouo and A. llardeoWrrook. SlSSOn, WALLACE ' 1 42-fo- ot -- errt:, tr. oilj-tongu- ed Stores v. ay George Q. Cannon, the hypocrite who was permitted to misrepresent Utah at the last session of Congress, has been indicted by the grand jury for adultery. George is a ready liar, is in fact at the head of the class of Apostles in that particular branch of their studies, and, owing to the peculiar teachings of the Latter-daChurch, can perjure himself whenever necessary to accomplish his ends, without Incurring the slightest odium from In fact they glory in the Saints. George's prowess in this line, and look upon him as one of their ablest defenders. George has considered himself a martyr for soma time, and asserted that ho would be imprisoned or even die rather than give up his fanatical views, aud we are glad that he wilt so soon have a chance to commiserate with Bro. Ricks, who must be becoming weary of his martyrdom. Truly, the way of the transgressor is hard. A. Goons tom thjc Million. ' received this A Knhn Bros, morning the largest stock of goods ever brought to Corinne, consisting of ladies cloth (something new), reps, gentlemeps wear, ladies and misses apparel. Kali styles of ladies hats, linen goods, under wear, and everything that can be found n a first-clafurnishing store. Call and look at this immense stock. In eocnactleo with tha Mam is a THE FIRM. Keepen band a shoieeitoekof GOLD DUST, Groceries, J0D 0FFICK FIDST-CLAS- S COIN and EXCHANGE COLLIE 7TION3 will r- - enpl r.-- tf Cutler j, COMMIE, ... cokixni; Plain and F&ncy Job Printing. Pipe, e UTAH. eft Cigar, prompt attention, lvs OF BATIK far axaautlag all kind Sold.; mi cl Bought Tobaccos HAND-BILL- S, . rosxfl 118,1 Liquor, DODGERS, President. O. D. CASS W. T. FIELD ETC.. ETC., , PROGRAMMES, BKVKLOrES ETC. . Cashier. AV LETTERHEADS. -- BUY AND SELL OVERXMEXT DUST, VJholosalo BILL HEADS. Retail. and STATEMENTS, BLANKS, LABELS GOLD VOUCHERS, COIN, AND EXCHANGE. f U PORTERS OF BUSIXES8 CARDS. VISITING CARDS. BALL TICKETS, FRUIT SIGHT DRAFTS DRAWN ON BILLS OK LADINO, CERTIFICATES, (Foretga and Doaseetle.) NEW YORE, ' f RECEIirRF CHICAGO, BAN FRANCISCO, o. d. And o!l the principal clilee Eaet and Weet. IBSUU AXD Reetas PEMPT ATTENTION. Man, woman, bey or (Art should send at cr-- e for one ot' the Excelsior Stationery Packet, containing note paper, envelop- - s, pen holder pencil, pens, blank book, blotter, photographs of I'M beautiful ladies, tooth pieks, iicrtumo a fine piece of lasachet, Chin pax), and dies or gents jewelrv. a package. Price, Try port patdl'iO ct--., or for $1. Agents wanted. Address. J. CARTY BURROW, . , 3R1 Harmony 81 Philadelphia. ATS . . IJMl rtftfAM i - , Ul i Gonorai riorobandloo A. BOOTH'S Cidtro, Territory at Montana. Prc2jr. 1 SECOND-HAN- For Corine and 6 OYSTEES aepl-t- f EVERT- - PERSON, r Viomil.I t Bole Agent JToe ColleeUoaa will ric;:o::d a oo; D GOODS osiftion Eouatrr S4 .J 4 OF ETE2Y DE3 azm cold.' Add? tEF ( Eantam Y met r i eov P" tf fr.tinVj'a ' - Fora aad an blmUef CsMswtry Pr tachl far Cash. a4 CORINNE i crjlU U'dah.' A u i so 7 ; CorInnOvUtah.