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(pt FaWi,tad every evening SunJaj ) by 3 00 Tire month. M 25 wiTITam hynoman, JOHN sro Open. Detroit, May 7. The straits of Mackinaw are fully open. A steamer passed CO., Dims, EASTERN. Utah and Caliromia Lumber, Builders Hardware, Turned Work, StoU Sawing, Oil, l'aint and Color-- . vV'indo v Gla. etc. .Vllordar on line of IJ. P. and C. 1. II- - R. promptly attondod to. Terms ca-- H Ms. h. FIRST-CLAS- di-tru- st dentist. - First-cla-- - sii-.iiii:iti- to-d- London, May 7. Count De Harcourt now representative of France at Vienna, has been appointed Ambassador to London, vico Count De Jamal, deceased. SHJP ST. LOUIS BAR3E i'x BATH ROOMS, xth, MouUna $t., bet. FLh and S C'otIiiiio, II. W. Itali. r. SPENCER, PROPRIETOR. Ilot, fold and Pedum cd Baths, Bail, corn elegantly furnished. Kitdav niglit at S oclock, in every o Hall, .Montana street, Corinne, Utah, fdd Fellows in are cordially invited to attend-.Ma-oni- Express Robber Killed. - L. riBBALS. X. G. I ed. Fote-t.Oh'- o g SUPERIOR TOILET GOODS. Ladles Hair Pressing and Bath department uudor the superintendence of .Mrs. Spencer, settf Free Lunch. nlG . Kansas Pacific Directors. GEORGE IIANF, Proprietor. DoVOL & JOHNSON, UTAH GUNSMITHS, AND JEWELERS Have constantly on hand a large assortment of anxs, PISTOLS AND !Xeat jNXarlcet. AMMUNITION. SATISFACTION WARRANTED IX Guns, Watches, Clocks an a specialty. Stocking lelry. RE-pairi- ng Lawrence, Kan., May 7 At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Kansas Pacific Railway Company hold here the following were elected Directors for tho ensuing 3'ear: Robert E. Carr, Adolph Meira, John D. Perr3, S. M. Edgell, C, S. Gree!e3T, B. F. Lewis, Jr., St. Loui: Tho. A. Scott, Philadelphia ; Sidney Dillon. Jh3 Gould. Ja. S. Smith, New York; Oliver Ames, Boston. Iwars on hand, the boct beef, veal, mutton and port; to ho-i- coraied moats, and tho bo;t saafagos of all kinds. t Hanged. Plymouth, Mas., May 7 V One door east of Bank of Corinne. - CORINNE - UTAII. Caeh paid for all kind of hides. Iivered any place freo cf charge. Meats dc pl-t- f OVERLAN D SHOPS, I am thankful for the patronage of the lic. PHIL. KLIPPLE, Prop., pub- LEVI BINDERS. nolO HENRY LEI Af ES, General BlacLsmlthlng, Wagon Making and Shoeing, and Retail Dealer In YVm. E. Sturtevnnt, the triple murdeier, was hanged this morning in York County To the last ho maintained the Jail. stolidity' which has characterized him throughout. For the firs-- time in this State tho old drop scaffold was discarded for '.ho more modern instrument of dea'h the cross beam and weights. The Sheriffs of several counties woro present. t New Wtaulcsnlo Departure. Chicago, M3 7 The Times Washington special says of the abrupt dismi-saof Commivsioner of Internal Revenue Douglass, that politicians think it the beginning of a new departure in the matter of making Excutivo appointments. The President inftrmed a who called on him yesterday gentleman to against Douglass sudden taking off that he was President of the United States and that Irereafter he should remove and appoint men without giving any one reasons for his action. l Carriage Repairing Painting and Trimming Wa.-ons-, Bug;ies and Sleighs made to order NORTH FRONT STREET, Groceries, (Opposite R. R. Depot,) - Corinne octle-t- l TJtn.li. MlK M1RGAX, Provision, Liquors, Tobacco, OUTFirriNii GOODS. AND COUNTRY CORINNE J. MONTGOMERY, Propr. TIIE ONLY FIIMT.CXASS DQTEL IN THIS CITY. i Louis Demers, d UTAH. CON- STANTLY ON HAND. TERMSTHREE DOLLARS PER DAY. NEW BRICK BUILDING, LARGS. PLEASANT AND WELL FUHNIdHED R'lOlDt, GOOD b THING REDS IN ALL THE SLEEPING ROOMS. The Table will be at all time tupplied with the beat, and the comfort ' of guests attended to. TAGxn TO AND FROM HELENA, DEER Lodge, Fort Hentou. Bosemen. Virginia, and all poiuta In Montana, I eara every morning at 7:00. and arrive ovary evening. j -- GROCERIES, CAR. FRTE COACH TO ANO TROD ni-i- f City Brewery and Halt House9 AMSHLER' M- - Corner of Colorado Propr. anJSaconiStreet CORINNE, UTAB. r.I e - and sleet vied with snow and fog in making their journey not only unpleasant, but at time extremelv difficult. From their last camp on French Creek to the settlement called Harney City the distance in a direct line Was only eight A miles, but the mad was thirteen miles d French Creek twenty long, and cix times. The wagons could not be taken in, and a mounted party was diis which thus e.- tcbed to the settlement, LAGER BEER TOUNG FINEST Always enhaad. (UUTI Alee HALT OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY First Class nit TTotsse Hard Sialuoia. and XIII Orders from edlstenee promptly illed cro-se- r , , seltf KOOOMAN scribed ; Ji IB! BEES OF THE BANK. . d COL3 j Montana gt.. bet. tU and ith. Hides, Pelts and Wool, J3-C1S- PRODUCE Details of Captain Mixs Expedition PRODUCE CASH FOB COUNTRY PAID After the Black Hills Miners. We condense from the official report -ar Made a Specialty cf Captain J. Mix, Second Cavalry, de- nuttar ,: tailed to bring in tho party of miners encamped in the Black Hi If, searching aqrOr-Wby m!l or talograph promptly fur gold, if haply they might find it attended to. which they did in small quantities. The expedition started from Fort Laramie, Several thousand, shingles and a lot of March 21, nnd reached Cmp Success, rough lumber n hand. sepl-t- t in the Black Hills, on the 7th of April, that tho march was which shows without difficulty. not necompli-hethe routo taken describes Captain Mix b3T him ns leading over a brbkon country wholxsaxx xiro retail dialed nr and says that once greatly to our surprise and chargin, tho course wo fhould led down a line of purt-uehavo precipitous cliff--, which, so far a judgment could be ba?ed on carelul observation to our right, nnd left for twentj miles were absolutely incapablo of decent Dry Goods a ad Clothing) and forming the extended northern borf der of Nebraska. Below u spread out tho valley though which Hat creek and PROVISIONS, Etc. its tributaries flow, while in the distant haze could be seen faint and dim the soft blue outline of the Black Hills. During our temporary halt, signal fires A large assortment of were seen on our right, which appeared to bo answered from the country fur nway across the vnllev. ', Finding no NATIVE AND FOREIGN FRUITS pass we turned right about and etraced our path one mil and encamped near AND FAMILY SUPPLIES some water holes. OF ALL DESCRIPBy making a detcur of twenty miles bv which the a pns was TIONS. party reached Hat creek, where they saw In Indian signs and a natural curioity the shape of n imnien-- j O rill-- d turtle nearly perfect The water of thi cnek was found to bo ptiongly inpregnated Orders from Neighboring Towns with soda, and almo-- t white. There was Promptly Filled. little or no game to he found. Several ttmes the course of the expedition had to ho chanced t avoid diffienties in tho way of progre, but Captain Mix admit that UTAH. CORINNE, bv following the established road to seltf woc.ld have the trip Camp Rbinon, be n made much easier. ' Tno weather Cold rams wyi sever much of the time. about sevpn miles outh of Har v fix log hut ndtcomp-i:neys Peak, a stockade and Cigars. feel 80 in enclosed fquar , fill), A Family Affair. feet high, 10 of built pine logf stantially and corners New the 7 loopholcd A Washington baslioned, at York, May CORINNE, UTAH. for defence, 4 special says the bond of. Postmaster for rifl S Out-Jd- e of that Omc At Henry Leiwes Btore, Montana St artillery. Parker, of New Orleans, is a family af- except against foundation of 12 laid lhe were enclosure fair. General But ler, his brother-in-la- w of PAID FOR EVERYTHING- .a supply heavy with genntou hutf, . All thi jai9. asume 8200,000; his nephew by mar timber for the ttneXhiuetflblft material, wafted from riage, Governor Ames, of Mississippi A. ,T. C fhard by, and. with feant fupply All kinds of Wines, Scotch Ale $100,000; and the father of bis of.,ret edged tMd, fashioned and worked tip Conand English Porter daughter, $100,000. into comfortable hahitalienf, evinced great industry: the fkill and forethought stantly on hand. of enterprising,, provident and intelliOFFICE AT THE CITY HALL, Specie gent men. r, New York, May 5. Specie engageTwo day the 8b.nd Fifth Corihse. ments for vrerellow thi miner, to fihd .nd drive , $1,100,000, aepl-t- f Dealer in E E. Re-apen- AND GRO-CERI- BRINGING THEM IN. Cincinnati, May 7. At 2 oclock thi morning an attempt was made to .epl2-t- f J. A. Jon v55ov. Secretary. rob the Adams Express mesenrer on the train etween Lima and U.iion Bakery The rohber sawed through the end daor of the express car, effected an entrance and demanded a surrender. The mes BREAD, senger (Price) refusing, tho robber shot TIES, him twice, once in the cheek and once "WINES, in the shoulder. Piice then shot the rohber, killing him instantly. The LIQUORS, robber proved to ho a rooentlj discharged SAUSAGE, conductor named Brink!y, formerly conductor on tho accommodation train of CRACKERS, Pitts-hur& Fort W3ne Rail wav--. CHEESE. the Prieos wounds are not serious. good i, May 7. The specie in tho Bfcnk of France increased 11,700,000 francs the past week. 0. u tana Stage Donee) (iff os ALL KINDS OF FANCY AND FAMILY Pari h seltf CENTRAL HOTEL, Bank cf France. ay lir-ta- nd AND SATIS. DRAINING IX ALL STYLE FACTION GOAlUNTJSKD. ITJ S (Between Second and Third streets.) Foreign Appointment. . Ma-oni- c V Street, Cigars. --- COntN-XELOnn- j Groceries, Produce nnd Prov isio us. dj --- t J. W. GUTHRIE, 0?yloK-W- grain for sale. Liquors au(l b Prcrlujir, Fort Laramie, May 7. Louis Richard, fiom th Agencies, says the Indian ddegati.n will he hre to morrow. It is iAHDSLEY HOUS, w. R. STOVER, v i e tll-ii- n ?o HOTEL ETRQPQLITAfl CORINNE, Black ..?3a Montana Ctroct, ing away all the miner, numbering sixteen men, one woman, and a boyf with New York, May 7. A fire in fourteen head of oxen,' three ponies, prothis early morning destroyed visions, bedding and lintage, reluctantly abandoning ten head of oxen which had property worth $30,000. strayed away, seven wagon and the itoves and heavy tools of the entire party,-Somof our party have fine specimen FOREIGN. of or (probibl.y, argentiferous galena) fp. E. CAMPBELL, The Mutineers. generou!y distributed by the miners. No diggings or gulches were examined Ma3 7. London, Clews, the Englishan of our part, f. r lack of lime and man of the Jefferson Borden crew, says bv reason of tho fierce stor.r. raging while by TABLE AM SrEEJ joined the mutineers under cent pul wo were encamped in the mineral region. ion. The United Slates Cnul has A fw of tho miners had beautiful speciken charge of the prisoners and ordered men of pure flog gold, which they said had' been collected within sight of their transfer to Dreadnought hospital. tho stockade. A a class, the miner boro the appearance of hardy, intellectual Board and Lodging Cb to Caxa par cay. and enterpiising men. -- Denver New. The Lata Insurrection. Now York, May 7. Advices from GROCERIES AND PROViriDNS. Port au Prince to May 3d say thnt tho revolution was at tha first moment subFree Bus to and from the Can. Bee gage Transferred with Careaad sequent to the outbreak put down by without Charge. Government troops. Generals Price, Wbolesalend'Rettil Dealer Id Brice and Pierre were killed. Tho foreign consulates were immediately The attention of the traveling public la specrowded with refugees who sought shelcially nvitod to thi House, as it ha lately ter from tho violence of the natives. changed hands and is now in charge of one of the uiot popular and experienced hotel Martial law was proclaimed, and the men in Utah. proclamation containing a promise of Stages for all parts of Montana and Ida leave the Metropolitan daily at i:3U a. ta. amnesty to thoe who would surrender at once to the officers of the Government. Montana Corinne A Billiard Saloon in connection with the Tranquility has been restored. House. not certain whether thy will R to Washington. Rd Cloud and Spotted Tail want to confer with the PreJcL'nt by telegrapi themselves. Thy Ono Savillo. Assent Indian, Sitting (Formerly the Junction House) Bull, was beaten by his band for saying - UTAH. the whites would have the country any OGDEN JUNCTION-- perAll operation pertaining to dentU. bow. Two band- of Indian on tho war n- formed in the mot ?kUUuI manner, at roas path arc supposed to have crossed above ' Dr. (raham,Corinno, Utah. lth here. pepl-t- f s accommodations for fdoux City, May 7. Two move exLANDONA HAROENBROOK hero to TRANSIENT AND HOME CUSTOM. peditions are being organized XX start tor tho Black ills and Big Horn Sale, anil I.lvery country about tho middle of this month. Feed Stable. The pory oxpres, which arrived M. n. BF.ARDSLKY. Corner Fifth and Front Sts., to report the first expedition withso:7 tf UTAH. CORINNE in a hundred mlb s of the Hills, and hud sepltf seen nothing of thp military. A. L. KIDDER, Stable. V Denver Feed and Jale large ferry-bo- at Omaha, May 7 Wholesale and Retail Dealer In has been construc t'd here for tho Platte onlhe Sidney rente to the Black Hills. hay and It will be in place within a week at earliest Brands always on hand.'KU Court IIouo Rock. Fifty soldiers went FURCUSON A. BRO., TERRACE UTAH. west to day. Thpy leave the railroad at f soplS-tCORINNE. to march north to stop the North Tront St. Colombo seltf Black Hill adventurers who left Sioux CORINXE LqDGE NO. 5, A F & A M. it. it. City recently. P REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS Kanns Cit3', Ma- - 7. Thirteen men ORNAMENTAL AND SIGN HOUSE. wffSY hold at Ilall. Short's huild-t- r left here via the Kansas Pacific third inr. Montana dreet, tho Railroad for the Black Hills, month. So irning brethMondays ofea-ren in good standing ftro cordially invited to PAINTER. Colonel Carpenters expedition start tl. G J,DuElUi. U . M. attond. F. f sopl7-tJ. McNutt, Secretary. Monday. The interest in this matter is GLAZIER AND PAPER IIANGER. increasing in thi- - ection of country and X. 0- an immense emigration is anticipated. Front St., tear Fifth, Corinne, Utah. ..... No. ,. me.t UTAH. corinne 3 KOTOS. Tomp-kinsvil- le and B.inds, Sash in their stock, and gathor up their effects nnd then our iationnnd forage running low, nnd fearing that the tiil falling and drifting snow might hutu in, wo broke up tho camp (named Success) and April 10 began our return march, bring- Fire Record. Special Dispatches to the Mail. Manufacturer pf and dealers in N , A(toruoy,,otIjav TELEGRAPHIC. through yesterday. OGDEN, UTAH g'ven to collections. Special attention e;n-tf P. Terrace. & WILLIAMS UTAI1 CORINNE Kelton. Corinne. Attorttoy,tllW, E. ADVERTISEMENTS. OGDEN y Prompt ittwtiii.ltU t mail. Work ready whan mnirri cents per week. SCARDS. B US IN ES , Cr3 ar AO. 58. t t " .i FRIDAY. HAY 7, 185. CORIiVXE. UTAH. VOL. 2. i 'f Y w ' CiG29&C9 i rJ tX rjl n-- o, Letter CxaOj - S1? p,!lrered by carrier at Lit ei u xiano. tekmk t On Month sn. .. . In a finl class XC3 do.at meooiXli JOHNSON. JyJS50S is A r00lCK w.i.covie.3 it, FK.xtw)i MAIL. DAILY CORIHNE - . ' MONTGOMERY k KINGSBURY, Prop. conmnc, UTAH. FINE WINES, LIQUORS, AND Cl G IKS. H super-truetur- AGGIE, Jalnter d in-la- ef w Paper Hanger Sret, JanlS. ...St, CorIune. Montand -- to-morr-ow, Stha-follow- ing TBS OCOXOSftT NTOfse,, LIQUORS AND The Celebrated FredoHeksbnrg nod Denver CIOAE8 ALWAYS ON WAND. Free Lunch day on ta Lager ueeralwar alt and tee us in th. old UuMey and nhht - , . Dank Building, ... j f , , , t v . , SfOKT&KA 5TH 878. COB. k E. V. LUfJCIt CVRQY O AY t. , FUCB Y 5 per day at home Tern Addms Bnxza x !pvi!2?8 jin, The free. W - fry i if f , i In the k1hi Its r 'I' Us ; ? t.1 y v '' '