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|Paper||Corinne Daily Mail|
COBIISNE ,t? DAILY? XJJEIAY IL. 7SAb return just publisflei urerlearn L tbafcFrom Franc is th; grcateiJflvlSiifct pro- ducing untry in tlie wrjorlJ 8h f h f ti:ojpnSu quanity f The United States rank cnd in this rtspect, and Russia, third. pro-18- VALLEY HOUSE, RAIN WAGONS L. TIBBALS. SAM. 8. 3te,20p00J; RETAIL act of work over HickaheU Bottom on the Mississippi. navi Tennessee Railroad. After tho srre.t bo confessed to having thrown a train off there recently. This time ha expected the train to he dashed "to pieces, and then rob the Ladies of the passengers. -- DIALER Jit DAIIlT . FiraESSwsasES, (ill 1'Alt.U WAtiOXa, is Liking an interest in our Centennial. A carres- pondence between Min:ster Selreriek and His Excellency Mir. Malt'ora Ivhnn Nazimonl Moulke, Envoy Extraordi- - rrI m: BiLv'- . -- AUD -- . C3r JZ. HE U AMO KOIT, STOCE SELECTED Corinno la put up in tin cua ot varioua Bizca, suitable be V - G H CIIA8. NIBT.EY, General Freight asd lickei Agent, The r JU seltf FURNITURE. ETC, T. D. t .j cri": nv 'r.'T-N.b''-- UTAH. CORINNE, CONWAY, t- - i a i, - 4j Open. Day and Night. A;. L WAYS ON HAND AND FOR SALE at reasonable price. Tiieso wagons are materials, thorouahly made, of tue very host We-t as the and are known all through tho ho.--t and mo4. roliahlo wauon ami are made, v A lilt A A i Eu IN EVERY EESi'EUi". Also a fall &tuck o.J all wagon! covers, sizes JPVeX JT. B R O wgon : Propr. Ooi-i:c3- i il JSTA. C Ml S F.L1SS for ROUTS U . f, &!Sicrui : lS T C . .t Through t Etf. In Lew ' Lifts Frauclftoo Thin Four Day i Avoiding Lh. ds jters of WILS, & n 'wsni " !Hinoi9. tha ; ?. Unset comaanaleatlon made at sepf2d CAR- Bad Debt Collections a Specialty, S, Real Estate bought, sold and rented. Money loaned on lioal Estate and Collaterals. made throughout tho Territory. promjitlyattended to. With Chicago and Northwestern, Chicago, Ro. k Island and Pacific and Ht. Joseph and. Council Bluffs Railroads, and Missouri River Line of Packets to and from all principal east-- . ' era and southern Col-lectio- ns , Has) circular?. Lake street, Chicago, S2 i) Uni PA C IP 10 and ventilating lieatlrg Lend promt tly lurr.ished. E R, V Railroad and m !3 Yentll )lcrs, for i Is now running daily passenger trains, ferntng ooiuktciion with 'tho tVuirsl Fscl.o . ? 'J Dfgistrv, LOAN AND COLLECTION AGENCY. WAGON RIAGE MATERIALS OF ALL DESOKir-1IOX- ?UTAH. A.M'UMO IUAXAJ, octl2-t- f BiiuoiA , MRli tha latest imprevoments. a ' .. y Ranres&: Irivato rooms for families and parties. Furnished rooms upstairs to rent-'Iliproprietor supplies lunch at the tier mama lialoin, oysters and everything in style. n :iSfitni a fi5-l- i VALLE? ForZWoodJ.Hard .and SoftlCoal, MEALS COOKED TO OiiDEK AT ALL HOURS. LOWS, THIMDLE SKEINS, V OODJ, WAGON AND JVIontanaJStreot, RESTAURANT Gn the French Plan, Opposite Walker Rrotliers llaak, bait Lake 4'ity. jz PUTTS WELLMaN. rLC K A CO,. General sgeufa for Psc fle coast, 8an Fiam isco Corner! Wyontana:and Fifth Sts. r m. rtiwa weight. DOUEEVs YEAST IrOWDEK is warranted full strength un.l full weight. Sold at who eeaio ai.d ret.il, tin ougliont the United St tM g t r. Jy, by deaErs in uroceiiea and family supplies. H o tills. sago, apt ly to V. YOUNG, The maikt t is flooded witll cLe.p. tnjerior JOHN Genl Supcrintoadont. Ptnvd'r of iiulit or short BaKitg ana Q X SALT LAKE TIME For all Information concerning froight or pas urdin houses, ltotcis, iefor temiiiM, taurania, ann ti. or, Utku amt ocean xaelH ou abort or long voyage. 0 D FRENCH follows : FIFTH STREET. For sal at the ' - - OGDEN, UTAH- - LOWEST RATES CASH At A. W. Perk ins Drug Store, posite the LrstoSfiee, Oy Fieri ! op- CiUcs. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Furniture, Also constantly jon hand a full supply ofij'ji Bedding, Crockery, China. GLASSWARE. LAMPS. PJowers, Reapers and Mowers And all kinds of the ' f WaREHOCSK AND I late of sopi-t- f CUTLERY. washi.voton, . c. i'1 :;A A tjt o r n o y - ti t - L a Wi No. Near tiie Depot Office: SPECIAL NATIVE COLD JEWE RY - - A & nt AND CHEMICALS FUR-NISHE- D TO ORDER. l539Undertakins earofully attended PAINTS, OLAS9, OILS, FINE TOILET SOAPS, ORDERS by mail promptly filled. earofully packed and delivered at Railroad Dopots free of charge. Furniture repaired at reduced prices. jr.os Louis Ordners MILWAUKEE BEER k HALL, Salt Lake City, In Richards Hall, is the place for the beet beer ki Abe oily. 4att aad try its a)tr- i PERFUMERY GOODS. AND WALL STATIONERY, - Law COMMISSIONER, FEDERAL COURT HOUSE BriLDING, SPONGES, BRUSHES, IMPORTED Good? J. TOOHY, Attorney IS. sup- WINDOW YAP.NISHES, SALT LAKE CITY- - LIDDELL & 'Wholesale and retail (MBS CORIXNE, UTAH. PW AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. and .dealers in' FRAMES, POCKET Etc. j Shortest Lies betweee Omaha aad Chleage. The Old Established L h HAN FRANCISCO, Fast Manufacturers, and have Constant on hand SHORTING, MINING, AND BLASTIN FIN AN, HADDIES. nd FRESII OYSTERS IN THEIR SEASON. The celebrated PULLMAN PALACE, DINING AND Of SUPERIOR QUALITY, FRESH FEOHu THE MILL8. It being constantly received and transported into the interloi. 1 s delivered to the coosmner within a few days of the time of its manufacture, and is in every way superior to anv other Powder it. Market... We have been awarded euceeeelvely HERCULEO P0I7DEL, itxoot, 3 door above Porto Sice, SALT jpAKE CITY. CABS BETWEEN OMAHA AND CHICAGO. ... i v Two dftily 4 titlii la ooaiMctStg wiihtnluou ' i UNION .PACIFIC nAlLROAD the MEdIANICS INSTITUTE and tTATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY for tilt of onr produete over all other. We aleo call attention to our . SLEEPING i UEIAIS THREE GOLD ity , e , ? ; ; Make cure eeaaeetUni at Chtexge with tilths EASTEnn . Airi couTUEnm roads te which combines all force of other strong expkwives now In uee, and the UfUng feroeof the BBiir bLamm wima, thaw mskfcag it superior to any othsur oopoundnowin A circular eontataiay a Bnaanvtxowof Highest price paid for UTAHfDRIED FRUIT this Powder can be ohtstaed on aspUarttonto ourC2ee,orof saqrof otarAftmta. , llain Tralss asd Cera Cocaic i? By PAPER, CUTLERY, Chicago & Norlhirestcra HaH!TSTa n, 314 California Street, CROWN, FANCY PICTURE i COLTON,' Genl Ticket agent, Omaha. THE CALIFORNIA Props. cd. DEFINIS U- - METALLIC COFFINS AND CASES GREENEWALD, The table and market affords. plied with the bost the sei7-t- f PURE DRUGS Below Salt Lake Prices. dis-pate- UTAH. Asst GcnISupt. FRANCIS O. W. MEADE, : l'ISTOLS ami MCSIC AL IKSTltUMKXTS always on band. .Repairing done with f ?opl-tand warranted. HOUSE IIAS BEEN REFITTED weil-furnish- invito inspection by our many ontomers and the aenera! public to a lare 3?ort-meof the abc goods, which will he sold at or General Treight Agent, Omaha. T. E. SICKLES. Genl Sup't, Omaha. And manufacturer of fine LB AKD CETAIL DKALRB rsrvllE "Wo For through rates on freight to Mon tans other points, applv tc Hweatwater Mines and POWDER WORKS, MALSH WHOLES . H. BKOWRSON. , SALT JLAKE IlOUSK Z .... V Cars iccaopany all Trakis. rZALKR IS ATTENTION TO MINING SUITS SALT LAKE CITY tit- - COKINNE. fine w:at.chjes BAR FIXTURES, xs - - MONTANA ST. Main St., 5 doors north of Postoiiice, Salt Lake City. MAI5 STREET, ' fto JOHN KUPUER, : 24 DRUGS, ETC. PLATED WalRE. J. W. McNUTT, CHR0M03, PICTURE FRAMES, FANCY GOODS, ETC. corral, and then awaited the Fcllaaans Palace, Slecflnsr aad Drawir.:; -' ' ' " UOU3L3 JOHN1 IT. MoCUTCHEN' and latest improved bo-- t SIT FIRST GLASS HOTELS A!t EATIN at convenient points ou the Hat. Refers by permission o Gov. G. T,. Woods, Special Aj;t. 1. U. Dout., .f. 11. Wickier, U. 8. Geo. R. Maxwell, Postrua ter, J. M. 3taiual, Momo. ctU-t- f P. 0. EoxUf2. FAR! MACHINERY. : mirrors; Self-Rakin- g Reapers, Threshing Machines, Sulky Rakes, Plows, Grain Drills, Gang Plows, . At daylight coming f the Indians. to came the the corral to five of party as but the horses, they were in just get down the bars the while of the act letting on fire men opened them, wounding all them fatally. five, two of A war party of Piegans, eight in number, going in the direction of the Gres Ventre camp, stopped all night at a hunters cabin on the dry fork of the Marias. The next morning they startod on their journey and all the boys went out hunting. One of the boys, thinkreturn and ing that the Indians might steal something, started in the direction of the cabin. When be came in sight of the cabin he saw the Indians leaving it, and on Arriving he found all their cooking utensil broken, and their grub Ten days afterand blankets gene. wards two of the party got lost while out after their horses in a storm and came to the same cabin, but they got a warm As soon as they reception that time. door the came to the4oys fired on them, and wounding the other. , killing one Hardmick while on and Nicholson to Beaton with a band of their way iiorsts, had them stampeded by a bend of buffalo in the neighborhoodHard-inic-tof Mile Springs. Twenly-eifc- bt broke his horses leg, and came to a hunter cabin on the Teten at middeath. There night, nearly .frozen ofto the horses with were seventeen head .the buffalo a last accounts. Dooleys Yast Powder - Ui will Please Purchase Passengers xixeir Tickets at the Offices. put i ff with any otlsor kind. F UK COR1NNE Iisgans etole savenfoen horses from a party of hunters in the Judith Basin, and that the next morning a party of four men George Craft, llobinsan and two others having four horses that the Indians did not get, followed them, camping every night whore the Indians camped tho night before. Their last eamp'befora they got to any settlement was twenty miles from Arneaux raqch, on High Wood. The boys thought they would not camp, but go the ranch, get fresh horses and overtake them the next day; but on arriving at Arneauxs they learned that the Indians were camped a few miles from there in the brushTnnd had turned their horse 'out to faed. The boys drove all tho horses into A- for J s Yeast Powder am! do not bo P. SCHUTTLERS South Fork writes to the Helena Herald from Mouth of Muddy, on TeSince ray last communication tha weather has moderated and at present it is nearly pleasant.; Tho Indians are bujy hunting buffaloes; tho plains are covered with them everywhere in the vi- cinity of the Teton. A party of seven Blood aad Piegan Indians arrived at Smiths trading post, on the Teton, on thq 27th, stating that a party of white men had stolen their horses and fired on them near Arneauxs ranch, on High Wood, but your correspondent,- after interviewing one of the white men present at the time, learned that a war party of twelve. Bloods and a Bo 'sure tu lull stoek,riuf the celcbratl A UN THE TEUKITOKY WOKTIIKBST -- MONTANA. under data of January- - SOtb, as Doo!e 02 mms ' rT Steers connect with Trains to and1 from Northern Sctlleuients. f;uarntd to give satisfaction. X - least Powder Dooleys I TRAINS RUN ON 0 . Indians! Hunting HulTitoos Horse , htvKling ExpeiUtioiis-W- nr Par. lies Indians Killed and Woumled Itaud of Horses Stampeded by llniralo. Etc. H bad LOWE, XT 4t traifr to connect with ., OGDEN AND SALT iyht. cheapest, x o p cr1 r--i tiZO powder Dooleys Yeast becaunVfu,l Is the X H O H eat x4 --V aftsr June 12, 1173, Daily Passenger Traia Leave Corinno at 7:3b p.m., and Iagau at On and 1 Powder Dooleys tutf bear, besusy prDctly jur. bd wj a; o09 1 a w LOGAN. MaktH a kinus ot dn jijliiKs, pot pGs, cax s au.d p .stty, niev, 1 ght amt lieaulty. o v IE says a correspondent BEST, kr A t GEORGE"' A. of the Missouri Republican, it occurred to rae to ask Mr. Johnson how he was getting along with Jay Ceoko & Co., if jt would not be trespassing upon his private affairs. It is no trespass upon my private affairs for you to Task- that question, be I had 71000, the nccumu-Jatio- ns replied. of my lifetime, in Henry D. Cookes bank in Washington, and the receiver has thus far been able to pay depositors fifty coats on tho dollar. My main object in goingto Washington at this time is to stir those fellows up, and see if the victims of Jay Cooke & Co., cannot get a little more than half of what belongs to thorn, I shall try to matce it lively for that concern in one way or another. I presuma the country will know more about Jay Cooko & Co. before long than is now known. f 1 or- -- ri O WAGOSy DEPOT THEULARCESr; u AND Dooleys Yeast Powder 3 (i Ceceral Agents lor Alontaiia and Idaho, repl-t- o $ Draft Wngon !?!aur. ry. Ar-neuu- r LU kes, corn Mrkos delicious muffins, gnddie etc. : Trains run betwoea CO R I N rj Exjunction with C. P. R.R.), Dooleys Yeast Powder FI O a; cl elep:tut hi w uiw FERRIS Yeast Powder Dooicys XiaiiCH r !U. biseu t 3 u .. xt. int. n. ' M 02 1E Tho BAIN WAGON i not made for a oh can wagon. U e do not pretend to compote mill c tioap work. Our lviij.ns are all lint class. All wagons warranted for one year. ; ton, id least Powder DooIpjs Is put up in full Wright cans. G Are superior fto any wagons sold in ftho .Host. Tho arc, TIse CS 4 M ibltotiti r., Overland Pastsenger' Train for Ogdet , o3toi A and East t,N! !!,. j Ovcrlcnd l reicht aud Acconiinodatioa T for Ogden and 11x15 m. a. Overland l aocnjer Train for Toano, ' Carlin, VViunomueca, Wadsworth, JUmo, Marysvillo, Redding, (lor 3 or thtnd.O.). Sacramento, Htooktcm, Merced (for Yooeinito),' Tipton (for l.os Angelos), San doso ami San 1 raitci-vo.- .. 0:30 ,, Overland Freight and Accommodation Train for Sacra mento and San Fran- . ct.co ......... R:13 r. a ' N. A. TOWNE, Gonl Supl. J'. T. II. GOODM AN.GibI 1aasr and Tiokot Agent. , Tpast' Powder Dooleys Ih perfHM-lho'es ub , pure Q 12 With CALIFORNIA STARE RACN EELS; 1. 10 UT and II ALL S lIU N 0 V.AOOL a. LIQUORS "llis Majesty the Shah of Persia, etc., etc., at the court of. ftt. James, has been received by Director General Goshorn. The document has been forwarded to the Director General in this manner owing to the fact that the .Parisian Government has no diplomatic In his representative- in Washington. : The M letter the Persian inistert!says ' Government of his Imperial Majesty the Shah will, I havo no doubt, highly appreciate the interesting opportunity that your kind communication affords them, to open their friondly and commercial reations which they arc always so desirous to begin with your At this juncture, SORENSON. --I U l'A ltllltVAU'iAS nary and Minister Plenipotentiary of great-count- 7c to 1.00 --I U U H U s"us), rUElfilIT WAtiOXS, Thk Iorian Jorcrntnsnt - WA G ONS 1ST fihig7 Et , e. BA I si.. a Sl.$K32.IXl soi)7-ii- m on b.tnd b&vo i:o w V7e - lifter Seefay, Day MU aionibly lioanlera. 1852. ESTABLISHED FACTOR? 25i3y Trains will !eav CqCInfE bally Special Rales lor AVcekly or a negro wa' caught in tho fastening1 a crnisrlio on the trestle U? - Hoard and room, par day........ 8iuglo incsls........'. ..... .... Singlo bods rooms, day per Single and mma Ois.i. UTAH. TIsusni. ;tls Recently - - la Prices to Suit Cireat BedncUoii WHOLESALE . -- Opposite the Teuaple) SALT LAKE CITY y3. 'V MjS3UUKI3?8. SALT LAKE ADVtftTlSSKIEHTS. WAC3NS. WINES AND LIQUORS. vasOy mt jonn p. liOBQE. fcsevetorr : O'Throesh Ti U and all information Ainwre to Freight ott ad of Davrn Ot Caiou pra Agoata, Kalt Lila Cy, or of Agcata of UnRf FaolSe Soad. WXL B. STRONG. Artat. Oooaeil Ci3e A Otusiia. H. F. ST ASIWOCli, JBZFXgX ft. L. DUNLAP, i .