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't'" rt s - Car loads of wheat MAIL. COKIKRBV DAILYfrom Cache Valley are beginning to arMAY 3. rive for the Corinne Mill almost daily. Monday The mills are now in perfect working order, and are grinding out flour as fast OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. as wheat can bo supplied. An extensive UNITED STATES OFFICERS FOTl UTAH: tradehas been worked up and ingrowing B Axtcdl, alUornia. GovernorSarol. v Georve A. Utn-Utah. larger every dny. The flour is becoming Ch1vf .lustico David P. I owe. Kansas. noted in the settlements around for its A ociate .1 uti"f. S. Txroman. of Terriami P. H. Emron. Michigan. quality, and even in neighboring U Maxwell. Michigan, Alarhi Gorge S- ttrrne AVIDlam Carew tories, and the demand for the last two t - tj. Tnd. Nathan week has been greater than the supply. Receiver of Public Moneys V. Silv r. KecDter F.and Office V ill irt Pettenger. This will be re rm died however immeU. S. Aeor .1. P. Tacrt. Illinois. C. S. Collector 0. J. nollDtor, California. diately, as the agent in various directions are shipping wheat in quantity BOX ELDER COUNTY OFFICERS: sufficient to keep the mills continually Probate .Tndre Ffttnuol Smith. Counties MltLS. - 'e-retar- k. - a. Penn-ylvan'- -- A .'birvevor-Genera- 1. Sheri IT John T!nrt-Proentin- T 'tfomer J. f! Mricht. and Colte tor M . D. r.ocnbaum. fonrt'- Clerk J. f "'rirht. Shool ST'orlreotiont M- -, .TneDon. Afnr Emigration. - Coant J. Recorder C. Wright. ' COT V YE crTYOFFICERS: MiivorK. P. Johnson. Councilmcn S. T,. Tibhe, T,. E'let, J. 'r. Trerv T.i e. .T . Par, C. Farmer. Phil. Kli''-'ie- . Ed. F. Forri, Johnin. J. '.e'brio. i in-'o- T n. o-- i. I. Recorder Jnnv. awikert C. Treasurer of the Jntles . Pea-- e JJla-k- 'tarhal School Abd A- - O. TA e-e- T. ID Tritef Ktjel. E. C. a. S. L. Ilifdenbrrook. RELIC lOT M. E. CfllUtf'TI Pev. Jacob. T. J. TibbaD, II. House XOTICFA. A. P. Clucnor, or pa-t- undav at 7:30 p. m. a m. SRhbnth S hool at CHURCH Per. S. L PFERYTETU AN Oille.oltt. ra't-v- r Preach n eerv endnv at H a m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath school at -- V p- rn. T,rAn-lii- nr everv - CHAPERON THE GOOD PMARTTN ( Prottant Rev APm. Tl. Sforv of fO-a- n officiatin'. Service the la-- Sunday of each month. CORINNE AND VICINITY. emigrant car returned this forenoon to Ojrffen from the west. A bodT-twent- y Thk street were notably livelier today, and a general activity more prevalent, than on any before this season. Tax. The Marshal requests us to state that owners of dogs mtet come up before the 10th of the month and pnv the tax upon them, or ele the slaver will be around and send them to the happy corner lots in the boneyard. Doo Ladies, if you wish to get a Latest Style Hat, for little money, all you have to do is to go to A. Kuhn & Brn. DELIVERY Wasok. Kipsfil & Co.s delivery wnenn trade its appearance on a light the strept this morning. It and trim concern, and was needed badly in their extensive business. Built at Phil. Klipples mammoth establishment. 5 S!son, Wallace & Co. are retailing California Bartlett Pear, two and a half pound cans, for forty cents. on various ranches BoatINO In the vicinity wathe rage yesterday. The high water having covered Ihe bottom roundabout the boys whipped out the boat, ani would have it that they were only prospecting around to see if the ranches were still thpre. Card. Copixnk, May A J The large tide of emigration still continues, ?,nd, as usual, ft w of them know where they are going or why they go. Most of them are from the farming classes and do not seem to know that that they are passing by one of th richest and mo-- t nttaactivn countries in our Tet a our circulars areb-inUnion. distributed the people east are becoming interested and are infirming themelvps of the merits of our valley and many are expressing a determination to come in among u and make their homes. People if they wish to avoid disappointment should inform themselves thoroughly of the country to which they deire to emigrate, and then, having fully decided upon its merits, they are prepared to not intelligently and go to work promptly and protitably. g s 1 Noticp to mv patron and the public generally: I shall continue to run the Central Hotel as a firt class hnue. a long a it will afford me a living, after the expiration of my prrsent lease, all reports to the contrary notwithstanding. John Montuomkky. f blre TEW- of the trestle Fine Teams, kinds of Groceries, and Provision, at II. Leiwes. ta-t- fifbt. H ging a j Tlta),. ; DEALERS raGotis nD IN Fnnr.1 uiicHitiERY PI W S , " Among the I CO N cn lmpurtnut lo Uie Traveling Public It is the duty of all person before gon Champagne Cider. Champion Hcapera nml Mowers. starting on n journey to ncertnin by what route they can reach their do tina tion with the lea-- t trouble, and if there are two or more road leading to the same point, to decide which i$ tho safest and p!eaaiitet to travel. Wo take pleasure in stating, that the HARNHH & SHEPHERD, Proprietors. HENRY LEIWES, Chicaqa& North Western Railway Wholesale and Detail Dealer In to-da- Groceries, Provision?, -- Wi-con- Liquors, o:n, WAGON Tobacco, ud Cigars. WAGON DOWS, THIMBLE COVERS, WAGON SKEINS, WOOD STOCK, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, BOLTS, HORSE AND MULE SHOES, CARPENTERS AND BLACKSMITHS TOOLS, BUILDERS HARDWARE, SADDLERY, HARDWARE , , Lumber, SiinIi, Doors and Dlludti. v Our nnrtrnpnt money by giving us a call before purchasing. is large, nnd we sell at lowest CASH priecs. kinds of Wines, Scotch and English Porter Constantly on hand. Al! Ale ZsSF Ulontnna St.,. Coriuuo. ' . Buyer will save ( Orders by mail will receive our personal attention. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE: Track. TVoith sept-t- f wn-he- -- BINKBin. H. 0, H ARK. NESS-- J. CtmiKIK. W. C- - G. LANGSDORK THE EflflTCHLESS BURDETT ORGANS pro-aatin- ARE 1 J. w. GUTHRIE & CO., - ft- O ankers. a-- i 1 - ain-tu- nrti-ilar- MADE AT- - i: I K, PET bo'-on- BILLINAS & WKEELOCK, COUINNE, UTAH. Sole Proprietors. lv II1V1NA LOITEUY OF 1UB.I. Dealers in Gold Dust and Coin. pn-gih- 'e Conducted bv tho Spanbh Oovcrnmcnt. and under tho supervision of the Captain General of Cuba. ' NEWARK Ltand Company. Title Petiect Incorporated. -- vo-t- s cit:e o' the Unitod State. England, iro'and, Scotia .d.t.ermanv, France or any other part of Cjutinontut Europe. n -- given to collections nnd proceed re aiited at current rates of Exchange dra.vu on day of payment. ov-e- su-too- CORRESPONDENTS. ed Tank of rallforma J Leo. tpdyke A o be nical National t un. Merman Nationnl Bank.. S-o- 'o Uwmha National u hite A .....San Francisco. Now York. Xew York. ' Bank... ....... Me ornick. BANK ed Hkvuhh hii-az- ..Omaha. ....Salt Lake ity. CORINNE OF COItlXNK 1 . FRED CORKER, o-- CHARLES R. PETERS, Manager UTAH. CASS 1., raarVlm President. Cashier. T. FIELD o -- o PEOPLES Wholesale and retail dealer in r NEAT MARKET, Montana Street. ' Boots and Shoes, DAN HEYFRON, Proprietor. . GEXTS govern MUST VOUCHERS. COIN. dust, and' exchange. cartt Uacjnoay St. rhil&dehhi k t FURS Diseases ef FRANCISCO tbs principal cltlM Cut and Wut - - - f 1 j fjxtV J CoIlHtioa AND - fOTAl 1W' 4 . . , PELTS eoWf. tte iidsojsi .S r X V - ' Having made extensive arrangement for supplying my osm stock. I wot Id respectfully inform the public that now and hereafter I will sell at lover prices than any other butcher in Corinne. Wn lUew. Te and urinary Painful afTeetlont of tho bladder, bare also opened a Meat Market opposite I ' deposit by accompanied gravelly Louie Demers for tha benefit of my patrons in organs, ty irritation of the nook of tho bladder, with tUo northern quarter of town ' of ksUhtfitin ariso, in strkture. in seminal weakaenr, and la all conditions of the parts, accompanied by debility, weaknoess or paiafal irregularities in mate or female, , Beast Etct dlf-fioal- tarcs tnTrSftffith.donuitQ1 j.wilt a remedy. ' . kinds found in a First Class establishment 4 . BAN " Pork,' Mutton' and Meats of ell i t9 ' Beef of Fluent Quality, HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR" , YORK, CHICAGO, m HATS. GOLD SIGHT DRAFTS DRAWN ON And nil AMD , . AVING PERFECTED MY ARRANGE- me ts with some of the largest house in New York and Boston, I am prepared to pay the HIDES, . NEW FURXISHIX3 GOODS , sell and BUY Attorney 319 1 LEONARD e. de-erv- The NEWARK LAND COMPANY i now assuming shape; the Guarantee Fund paid in. This ompany will bo repared in March to take 3.016 oo'o by steamboat and railroad to their town and land in one excursion, whiih Drawings every 17 tnye. will bo advertised. By reference to tho ou'-Survey hart it will b seen that at Iotrero Point, In front of .Newark, tho deep water REGULAR DRAMMING conit3 of 3200 comes all the wav through the channel from Tickets; with 812 Iruo3, distributing f 180,- - tho I'acjtic, with tho-- . P. It. R. running in a direct lino thiough Livermore Pass. miBing this the connecting'Tioint between all part of tho United State nnd, by deop water, to all EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING, with all part of tho globe, and the greatest manuin 1,200,000 Tickets, distributing facturing oint on the I av of San Francico7 frizes. plenty of wafer, gopj climate, excellent soil This land will bo easy communication. For ticket, CircularsTolc., addross (box 602), and old nt auction in Aprlt itraeres and lt or a This otnrany will commence tion in building, etc., soon. For gll in.o tion. circulars, map, nnd subscri tion .v c v SALT LAKE CITY. a at the office of the 'omjany, 40 J u1; street, basement, opposite Bank of Cali 0.1:. a, E L I E L , San Francisco. 13,-O- J) n di-et- I) t Fromt attention of cd tho principal alSLht drafts on Buv and oll Exchango on - of anpetito indigestion, lo rhe unatiin. kidnov or liver dieao. ha r it ro torative po vor. Uvorv part of the h tman vto n re puro ar,d ho dd re oive non and tr;ort from tho toma-h, 'v the liver, f the sfo-n- h cannot upn v tho alim 5nt reptired. the whole vstem G. Goldberg; W. M. lang ii hos. Fort!'yynnr organs o lUo with th e 0 Wt ojs nml in a to v da.' voi will hjll .J. W. McNutt, v. . yo ir whole vtcm invigorated; for everv arising from d'orderod liver, tomagh or bowels, it, i invaiaa'ilo, it will revive Oir Ovation to Jiiilg. SfrKsnn. and persons of shattered vteu- I The liar of Salt Lake gave a banquet bilio ha'dt shoild vpontiet keep it with.n reach, iT to Judge Mclvenn, which seem t have thoy vat ao hoalth and oao. Veen pnticipated in by nearly the entire Ifcnlm flic Source of llnpplim. Tho relaxation of tho nervous system, which bar of that city. The expression of teem nnd respect mut have been highly creates an indiJositiop to mental or bodily very freiuent ocurrence., A action, is gratifying to bis honor, the more so as torpid liver,of,debilitated stomach or deranged they are known to be earnest on the part bowels are the groat catse. For years Iu. inA-i-I. X I,. rjTrcus has of those who make them and used successfullv ichout the United thro len a on the part of the recipient. It was States, a an unfailing rotrativ-- and health medicine re toring and invigorating tribute of confidence and respect, from a giving thue organs t their 01 iginal strength. It has failed to rotore to health and reinvigor-at- e large, intelligent and influential dess of never whole tho I'yspetisia. indigestion citizens to an able, honest end fearless ami loss or appetite, general fevern debility, tnodt-ciAs a officer. Judge McKean has won golden and engforle, diaapear with its uso. lieaes arising from impury or blood, it is without an impoverished opinions among those who.e good opin- dual. Thev aro composed of an absolutely ion is worth having. lie may have pure diff iivo stinulant. modeated with tho nio-- t oToefivo tonic, and will provo a safeguard made mistakes he mut certainly he against the attacks of dyspepsia and liver commore than human if he did not but hi plaint. course has ever been marked by a manly JOHN H. MoCUTOHEN determination to cf.rry out his understanding of the law without fear or LATE or WASHIKGTOir, D. C.J favor, and all except those' who are actuated by that bigoted partisan feeling so - at-L- a "w. in their will unite here offering prevalent No. 21 Main St-- . 5 doors north of meed of praise and expressing their relostoffice. Salt Lake City. Wherever services. grets at losing his the Judge may go be will be followed by KPE-IA- I, ATTENTION TO MINING SUITS the good wishes and kind remembrances EVERY PERSON of all truly loyal and liberal hearts in Man, woman, bov or girl should send at cre Ahe conor one .of tho Excelsior Stationary Bankets, Utah. He can carry with-hintaining note paper, env lop a. ien holder sciousness that his services have been Ienri!. pens, blank hook, blotter, photograph of too beautiful ladies, tooth picks. ier.'ume great on the side of right and are fully sachet. Chinese puzzle, and a fine piece of laappreciated by all those whose sympa- dies or gents jewelry. Try a package. Price, thies are on tho side f law and order 5SSS!' J. BfRKow THESE DRAMTXGS ARE NEVER NOR THE PRIZES REDUCED. IOST-POXE- i , San Francisco Bay, Alameda Co., Cal. -- ro-i't- TVA. fiSTSEND TO THE BURDETT ORGAN COMPANY, ERIE, PENN. FOR CIRCULARS. . Black Hills. Ad. Kuhn, by letter m an acquaintance in tho Black Hills, informed that thing there look for the miners. The Indians e about completing negotiations for relinquishment of the lands in the 5inify7nd but little further trouble anticipated from them. The writer ites that miners are beginning to flock out, and that in a very few days, if thera will be j jreaty, is accomplished, immense number of men in the Hills.. ead Christian civilization. en-urA- t SPEC1U NOTICES. ays-tom- Jtfy IHe 3rd. Formers New York Store offerat wholesale and retail the largest Stock of Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of Mens and Boys Clothing, Dry Goods, Carpets, Boots and Shoes, etc., which I will sell cheaper than the cheapest, to meet the times. J. D. Farmer. ,J ij J . J oniB . f S , Corinne, - The case of the City vs. Wm n. Perkins, on a charge of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace, alleged to have been committed while inflicting a gentle chastisement on party on Saturday evening, was tried thi morning before Judge Black. After the examination of several witnesses, the defendant was discharged. The general Served him verdict seemed to bo j CLilT -- rs 1 Justices Court. H - fi ' AT THE OCCIDENTAL Tailors In Salt Lake City, the ever popular proprietors, AukR & MURrilY, can always be found catering to the of the thirty public. When in tho city Ale nhd Porter, Champagne Cocktails, nnd you wi-- h to indulge, we recommend Mint Juleps, Sangaree Cockyou to their cure. tails, Lnger Beer, and Ore- is the' oldest, and several miles the shortest, rotate between Omaha and ChiFor Montana. cago. Within the pat twit years the - Three different turnouts for Montana, road bed has been put in admirable conand almot the entire lino has purchased and equipped in town, left dition, been relaid with steel rail. One goes to Jefferson Valley, The Depot in Chicago i centrally lothe occupants being L II. Tuttle and cated, and n their trains arrive there family and W. J. Hubbard and family; thirty minute in ndvanco of all other line, passengers can always be sure of another to Diamond City, and the remaking Eastern connection. For nil maining one to Deer Lodge. The pas- points in Northern and North Esfern sengers are almost nil from the eat, and Iownvnu should purchase tickets via by the members of each outfit combining Marshall, Cedar Rapid, or Clinton. For point in noithern Illinois or together and investing in a suitable rig via Fulton; and if you are going' an eay nnd cheap method of reaching to Chicago, or En-t- , you should, by all their destination i secured This is the means, purchase your tickets by tho Old Pioneer Route manner m which inot of the errrgrnnt Tiie Chicago & North-Wester- n. for Montana make their way thither, and You will find on' all the trams Pullindicates that they know what they are man Sleepers, new nnd magnificent Day doing when they start for thi country. Coaches, and the best and One of this class is worth a senreof those Second Class Cars now onSmoking road in any . . who have no other idea in their cranium? the United State. Particular" information," with map, than San Francico. time tables, etc., mav be had nt any of Go and see A. Kuhn & Bro..s mod the Through Ticket Offices in the Wet, or or written application elegant Assortment of Latest Style to upon personal J. II. M UNTAIN. Dress Goods. Western Traveling Agent. Oumcit. Neb., to or W. II. Stennktt, Omntta Rrlge. General Passenger Agent, Chicago. Rumors have been circulating around Life la swnt. quite freely during the lat three or four railto effect the the that Omaha Is The blood tho life of tho human system. days d road bridge bad been away. We Too 5t pure and all i well; for this pur;oo have heard nothing definite, but it seems no etandard nicdicino lia had o uniform and C bMwATvn a:nu'in3 succo3 a D t. almost impossible that su'h can Vie the I. X. b. lUTTfc.R. Thi JIkm.kys is a nuro 'timulent, case. The wacr must reach a hight of mod cated with tho finct tonics and alterafully fifty feet nbnvo high water mark tives uhijh tho vo'etaMo binsd m adord and is tho onlv at t roont known to do any material damage. The piers, whi h thnroughlv meet the enersenev. Tho and there arc twelvo of them, are each effect o thi o mlar rot rativo is continuous. Ka' h doo taken invigorates the vitil onergios and tho hnin, and it prolonged u o will composed srnplv of two iron tubes. lo anvoa oor dehil'tv.or menttVian a foot in diameter, and reach sixty al tineabU cineduo arise 'mm organic cn nos torpiditv that tho reach of medi ino. Jti in the fp t above the surface of the water beforo strictn-- t sene n tho word, an invigorating ami the bol of the bridge is reached. The re rulating cordial. Iftho nerves wro trem it brace thorn: i: tho liver water can certainly have no maleiial i tor- d id renvod. it rornotosmetivitv in hat organ; the t ctito i coor and digo tion a lo v and fleet on so slight a surface, and cone, o or- t on itronteja rolih ror ford nnd tho stomach to convert it ii to healthquently before it could have any effct orado ful ailment. .Moreover snevi is for brea-tlh- e to would have at all it bridge, a lar re n imhor o ' ailments,it somea of whi t)It are rev aent in tho dam and ehi'l v and in doing this it would alo create weather whi'-- wo o oTen ex crien-- in mid a young Pacific ocean in the neighborwh ter Among hoe ntav le mentioned unati-unrhe and 'over, and al tho chills in miles a the hood and for f.w hundred inorbhl conditions ofth Ueotivo organ. By ins rin? per 'et di;ot'on nnd a nrncr flour of Mnd interior both of Iowa and Nehra-ka- . ldie, it ins tos puro blood a vigorn is cimln-tio-t- . wn know that that has not been done. and tho nrorn t. d'eharo of all vrasto trom tho stom. matter that the grade on the I mav be Tlie fir nil, Couneil Bluff id of the river washed no hv Tnva'id. more. dobilitv, desirous of nwar to come extent but nothing and vim of tho again ohoalth feeling vijor The bridge was completed in IS71. aad Humid tike a fdv btfc'e of Hit. llv.y-- t. is considered by engineers one of the s Cm.ki!kvt..i I. X. b. IJitt rs. Feoro anti able to withstand n one bottle i taken thev will feel tho da vn stmnge-- t greater wate.r pressure than any in the of restoration, of retiming- health. No cao work beyond the narrow gauge bridee yesterday went out. The water rube through equal to a young Niagara, and world . it will be a wonder if the whoje don't go Masonic. Regular Commnnjjeattnn out."" White caps show their heads along of Corinne Lodge N. 5, A. F. & A.M., the grade and over the bottom, this evening at 8 o'clock. General Outfitting QsCrfl Q 1 : Saloon sy-te- 11 F'E ti a c The spring fights are progressing favorably in town. On Saturday another one was in order, in which knock downs, bloody nose and smothered curses were the prominent features, wind ng up by one of the combatants gett;ng in the bvk up. of tho supports t Kiriif WLItfGi ALLEY 1 FrRINO KlOBTs ONE tf ' ? urn ceipt of a letter from Benton confirming the rumor given . in tha Herald on FriBO day 'last, to' therff.ctthat two Ihciins Gros Ventres were taken out of the ASD . jail nnd shot, nnd their bodies thrown into the river. The le:ter state that they had nad their trial the Probate until Judge, who reserved his )pci-i.i- n the following morning. the During night th- - mob broke open tho jail, nd p t an end to the Indian, ms above stated. We vlmll probably haven correspondence from Benton on the matter within fw days, giving full particulars. Herald, April 2G'h. Sifon, 'Wallace & Co. have the following dried fruits; Rip- herrie. Blackberries, Apple, Peaches, Pitted Plum. Grape, Currnnts; aLo Fresh California Vegetables. Cocked Hat, and H un-0- "0 3, 1875. en, -- v j Irpians Shot. Cpt Dusold Is In re- t . AliHjKl eepj-t- f , bo found - most offieadous , b0,t1; WffiSirsa& SajiTr aJWxa Ubo rty street, Now T Ccico SteaLa, Yfill always be found at either of - these ertabUshssenle. OAK IIEYFROU.