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CORIJfflE DAILY ' hereby given that all hogs fojnd running at largo in Corinne City after Monday next, May 24th, will be seized and impound in accordance with city ordinance, and I will pay 50 cents per head to all persons who will enclose and hold any such stray hogs and notify me, at once of the same. D. D. Ryan, City Marshal, Corinne, Utah, May 2lt 1875. Owing to the fact that the colinization MAY 22. society had not called a meeting tor some SATURDAY, time tbe circulars were not on hand at tbe meeting on Thurday night as was OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. expected, but tbe commitleo was inUNITED STATES OFFICERS FOR UTAH: structed to have them ready for distriOoveruor SamL B Axtoll, California. No one should fa to bution Serotary George A. Black, Utah. Chief Justice David I. Lowe, Kansas. be on hand to assist in distributing them Associate Jutl"3 J. S. Foreman, of Pennwhere they will do the most good. The sylvania and P. 11. Emerson, Michigan. Marsha) George R Maxwell, Michigan. future of Corinne depends on the settling IL S. Attorney William Carey. Surveyor-GenerNathan Kimball, Ind. of the Bear River valley and th lime to Receiver of Public Monev V. Sibrs. i Register Land Office Willitt Pottenger. accomplish it is whHo immigration U. S. Assessor J. P. Taggart, Illinois. U. S. Collector 0. J. Hollister, California. pouring into the western country. The only thing that is necessary is to lot the BOX ELDER COUNTY OFFICERS: people know of tbe advantages of thi Probate Judge Samuel Smith. Sheriff John Burt. country, and thousands of people with Prosecuting Attorney J. C Wright. Awwor and Collector M. I). Rosenbaum. millions of money are ready to settle on County Clerk J. C. Wright. these land?. - The Society has made an School Superintendent Air. Joelson. County Recordor J. C. Wright. excellent beginning and now is the time to secure the victory. CORINXK CITY OFFICERS: to-ni- 1 ght. -- M. E. CHUR'TI Rev. A. B. ClncWr, factor Prea-hin- g every Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath S hool at 10:30 a m. PRES BYT ERT AX CHURCH Tfrv.S. L r Preaching ovry Sundav Gillespie, at 11 a m. and 7 p. tn. Sabbath school at p. m. CHAPEL OF THE GOOD SM.RTTAX Protetant Eni'opal' Rev Mr-i- H. Story of officiating. Services the la?t Sunmonth. each of day pa-to- . Lo-ra- CORINNE AND VICINITY. slight shower of rain last night. The train will be on time to-nigh- t. cars of freight for Montana are standing on the track. been found of"him. Four car loads of government freight to-da- nt -- Several arrived here di-t- fe-- RKIJGlOl'y NOTICES. A J. OkneralOutfittisq From late Montana papers we learn to it Jack Gorman and Frank Keesee were murdered by Indiana recently near Fort Benton. They left the ranch at which they were stopping on the 24th ult., with a wagon, intending to secure and miles a load of hay a return the same day. Not returning in several day, the proprietor, Mr. Nicholson started to look for them, nnd tracked the wagon to u spt on the hav field, whore he discovered p vYs of blood, and a new made grave, but ro siirn o the wagon or hoisp. lie repotted at Fort Benton, and a pirty of soldi rs and citizens started for the scene of tb murder, and upon arriving and uncovering the ground the bodies of Gorman and Iveesee were found. Both Lad received several pistol shots each. An Indian named Little Mountain, an Assinaboine, is supposed to havo committed the de.u, as he was seen --with them. The same Indian killed two men in the "NVhoop up country in 1S71. No traces ft3 yet have Pecorder I. C. Jaoba. Treasurer Lambert Eli!. JuticeS of the Peace E. C. Jacobs, T. J. Blak. Marshal D. T. IP an. S. L. Tibbals, II. IIouso School Trustee and A. llardonbrrook. for Montana. y A Repairing. David Short has a number of men at work repairing his building on Montana street. The building is one of the best in the town and as he is tiding fire proof brick, it will make it one of the desirable places of business hereafter. Splendid Business Opportunity. For Rent the building at the depot known as "Wells, Fargo $T Co.s Express Office an unrivaled location for an Eating House or Refreshment stand. Apply to E. C. Jacobs. Visit tf one of lliupot 'orInies Jlng-iilfieei- it Gooils null CTotiilu Iry Juuiv. There will be an open air meeting held on the corner in front of Louis Demers store, on the north side of the R. It. at 4 o'clock p. m. tomorrow. The children of both Sabbath Schools will unite in singing some pieces and Rev. A. B. Cluckner and S. L. Gillespie will deliver short addresses. ' All are invited. Personal. From the very early days of Corinnes history, no firm has been mere actively connected with all her entcrpiises than the firm of A. Kuhn & Bro.s. "While, they have built for themselves a large "Wholesalo and Beiivil tiade, t li f 3 have apparently labored morn to oslnbli-- f r the town a good trade, to develop her resources, and give Corinne the name she justly deserves that of a great commercial center. It has been a point that Mesrs." A. made that Kuhn 5h Bro.a havo alwfl-farmers, stock raisers ami miners shall receive n ready sale for all they vih to In fact wo havo heard much sell. complaint from other merchants lhft(, o low on tho A. Kuhn & Bro.s firm occupies the corner profits. Tho of Fourth and .Montana streets. In our meanderings we dropped in last week, and took a casual survey of the immense stock. Upon tho right they have neatly arranged Dry Goods; there wo find shelves groaning under the great load o f Delaines, Alpacas, Meiino, P.mgee?, Ser ge, Velvets, Silk, Satin, Poplins and Grenadines. Further up wo find Print, Gingham, Cheviot, Bleached and Unh cut-to- - e t c-- ? de-ewi- be s -- vi-i- t, 1 well-know- bo.-ine- s. a COmiSSIOil AND J. riERCIIMTS, n ksts , CUTHC2ie? Wholesale and IfUtail Daler (Successors to Lobenbaum Co. and more recently to Sisson, Wallace t Groceries, Produce nnd Provii00i k Co.) V Montana Otroot, Corinne, (Between Second and Third street.) ALL KINDS OP FANCY AND FA Farmer. D. UU. d A MILY ORo. ceriei, oumrriNo goods, and Fine Toaro, all kinds of Groceries, and Provisions, at II. Leiwks. COUNTRY ever before baought here, and at figures so low as to challenge competition Irom anywhere in Utah Territory. Alfalfa, Red Top, Timothy nnd Genuine Kentucky Blue Gras seed (receive direct from Kentucky), at McNutts Drug St ire. CONSISTING IN PARI 1 Arrived at A. Kuhn & Bros, a largo assortment of Infant, Children and Misses fetraw Hats. OF-- PAID CASH FOE nice, 10 50, 11 50, $12 50. All t'nee Switches lavo long covering. Cuils fr-- m $1 50 to $3 00. Old IIair and cleaned, dyed and made up cheap, nt the Standard Hair. Store, 107 Kimball Block. "Vm. Irvine, proprietor. N. B. By sending sample ot hair, and gay price, for any clas of hair goods, all order will be promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. rOrders by SPECIU NOTICES. GOODS, COUNTRY PEODl'Cl Specialty mall or telegraph Oeeral thanstnd ahingles rough lumber on hand. promDt)r and a lot of sepi-t- t TERTlImEs7 WISES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS nd Smokers CON- OaUerJwmljfiTH Slade attended to. XKTDrY3S7 PRODUCE STANTLY ON HAND. Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Cutlery Human- - IIair. Front Braid?, 3 5 00. weighing ounce, Long Switches, 00, 7 50, $S 50; very Articles- Wholesale and Retail Dealer la THE REPACKING OF CALIFORNIA FRUIT FOR SHIPMENT TO MONTANA MADE A SPECIALTY. Groceries, I.if I' Tho blood is tho lifo of tho haman system. Keen it yuio and all is well; for this purposo no standard medicine has had 0 uniform and amainij success as Da. Hkvi.ktsC ls Ba r.-- n I. X. L. lii r rfc.it-This Is a nmo stimulent, mod catod with tho finet tonics and alterative uhLhtlio vo;etab!o Uingd mi afford and is tho only pre.aiation at present known which thoroughly meets tho oncrency. The Provisions, Liquors, ALSO, Receive anJ Forward merchandise (o Any Point with Prompt- 1 h and Cigars. -1 1111- o 1 Tobacco, ness and Dispatch. 0 u!ar rc-- t native is eontineoi. tho vitil doo taken invigorate ard ilio b ain, a"l it- - pro'on-r- I u e will e auvea oo'diiil tc, or mentHt'onn fUm effort o thi- - Mark Caods - al tir id tv that arice M'm organic 1 a 10 he. olid the e.i ' li of nivli ir.o it fr in the trk t ohm o tho u ot d an invioriitinp and Care of F. J. K. & Co. Corinne. 1 -- t.-- regulating eoidial. It the nore are1I10trem liver relaxed, it brace thvn;i; i tor id it roinot- - adivitv in hat organ; the i a petiie poor ami d go tion a lo v and i ain-til- l !or toon ar d cpw, t on it creit-- ' a el to convert it into heaith-tu- l enaoie-. the ailment. Aloruivcr it is a .medic lor a large number 01 ailment, some of whit li aie ti timibirlv j rm alert m tho damn andiimlv weather whhh ue 00 ton expcncii-- o m midtmiv be nientnmod winter Aniomr tho-theu infiun. chill and dijro-tivlever, and all the c morb'd condition of tlu organ. in iring per.et di?efion and a pro er ilow of ro in blood tl it blio, pore vigoro is circulation, and tho pronnt discharge of ail waste matter irom tho system. uu a-.- -h 1 Orders by mail havo oar strict attention and prompt execution. kinds ;of Winas, Scotch and English Porter Constantly on hand. All 1 o 1 Tle W Alex Toponce and Capt. Howe returned from Silt Lake last night And took the train for Hilliard this morning. Tim Henderson departed for Franklin this morning, where he will act as agent for Wells, Fargo & Co.s express and bleached Muslin?, Towel, Tab? Cloth. Gilmer and Salisburys Utah and Monnnd Coverlets in large v.wsety. tana Stage line. Tim was always a Napkins we find Cottonade, Cosimeres, favorite with the people of Corinne and Next we regret that he has decided to make Hickory Tucking, Denam, Ducking, etc. Next we find the C!othing Depart the change. May success follow his ment, nnd we havo to say that, we selefforts. dom saw tho like. Anybody can get Col. Geo. L. Siioup, on? of the larg- jut what he wants, from the cheap:! est mercantile dealers, and a member of suit up to tho latest ?tyle dress suit, in ali the Council of Idaho, left here for his the most elegant style. Following is a large supply of Carpets and Oil Cloth, home in Salmon City this morning-Tbbegining of his life was spent in the figures of the latent and mot beautiful military service, and hi3 success on pattern, remarkably cheap for the exthe frontier during the early settlecellent quality of good Next comes an ments of Colorado has made his name i!es variety of Nation, woolen, white a terror to the Indians of the whole dress shirt, Chevint and Percale shirt-- , country: Combined with his ability as also trunks, 'valises and satchel? for a military officer, he is a gentleman of ladies and gentlemen. Next we were high social and business qualities, and shown through the Gent?, Youth and 13 well adapted for the vocation in which Boys Hat Department; here we find an excellent selection of good in which all he is now engaged. can befitted and suited. But above all to Move. Hat Prepnrliu this stands the Ladies and M niram House will commence next Department, and to our oi row wi are un all tlio-ubeautiful tyle to remove hii saw-m- ill to the vicinity II lie to bet-iand refined tin and. neat e? shape, where of Malad, he has secured a large tast- it take to make up such excellent amount of timber. He will have a large AH in all, we ee well paid amount of machinery left here which he good. nnd cm sider that lin y for our will run by water power until winter, have a neat, convenient and nicely when he will again placo an engine in arranged store, and a? handsome nn array of good, as it ha ever hi9mill. The location ho hn3 obtained een out good fortune to see. Whetr we for his mill is within a few miles of the say th it the above intitut'.n i n honor freight road and he will be able to have to our city, we mean it. W have his lumber transported to this place at a taken up set much space decrihing their stock, that we cannot but add a uor 1 fr very small expense. It is his intention the firm, and that is that they are to open oneof the most extensive lumber and de ertnined to do n fiir,egit-mat- e will rot only in the locatuoa for yards Territory. The Teymerchants with other of th:s the lumber trade is a good one and the compete and for but piico country, ;), qua.ity energy and perseveranco of Mr. Hon-of goods, they wid compete with any will no doubt enable him to succeed in firm outsido of New York. the enterprise. Auer & Murphy announce that they are now compounding those cooling deJob Work. Our new supply of job type has come licious summer beverage?, sucti as Milk to band, and we are now prepared to do Punch, Queen Charlottes, Julip, CobAll kinds of job work equal to any office blers, Egg Lemonade, etc., at the Occiin the Territory which is equivalent to dental Saloon. Salt Lake City. ' saying on the coast. Every business Down! Down Dwn Again! Grand man necessarily requires letter and bill reduction in Ladies Hats, at A. Kuhn 'heads, cards, statements, printed envel- & Bro. opes, etc., and tboso who havnt them A Fine And complete assortment in should get them at once. Our friends fn the neighboring town want to send Ladies, Misses, and Childrens Partheir orders along immediately sati- asols, at very low rates, at A, Kuhn & Bro. sfaction guaranteed or no charge. T- FORWARDING csima . - Religious FRED. J. KIESEL & CO.; Mny the 3rd. the Farmers New York Store offers at Now offer to the citizens of Corinne, and especially to dealer north and west t wholesale and retail the largest Stock of Good? ever brought to this city, consisting of Mens ami Boys' Clothing, Largest and Best Selected nnd Boots Shoes, Dry Good, Carpets, sell will which I cheaper than etc., the cheapest, to meet the times. al Mayor E. P. Johnson. Conncilmen S. L. TibFnl. L. F.liol. J. T. Parkinon. Ioui t'emcr Henry Liewe. J. R. Farmer, Phil. Klipnlo, Ed. F. Ferris, W. C. Johnson. . I. W. Guthrie. is Notice Colonisation Socli ty. MAIL. rr nil. dobilit,, dedrons Illn!uzs,', Invalid, by noivons , i'EOPLIlS Montaua St., Corlunoa ill E A 1' pi-t- of ajnin feeling thovi0'ur of health and viui of ,i should take a few buttle of bit. X. L. Birx...nr reforo mutidI. one hottlo is taken they will fool tho da vn of restoration, of rotirning health. Xo cao iirdije-tion- , of los of aopetito rhe unati-m- , r ha ever liver kidney re-- i o ver. Ih erv iait of t.'d its ti;o h unan ?vto.ii re die at ild ie eivo sn and uniort fro n tho to na h, by the liver. If the to;na h cannot : he ah ue t letnirud, iho w hole lang ti he. 1'ort'ly ymr organ o' li e with tlie-- o bit or., and in a lew da. oi will fell o.ir uho'.e svtern im go rated; for everv ari-in- g I'nrn d ordered liver, touia h or bowel, it i invaluable, it will revive jo.ir haltered v tom l y.,o diet and iuron of hiiio habit should keep it withm roach, if thoy value health and sy-tom- FRED. J. KIESEL & CO MARKET, THE BANK. 5. A DAX IIEYFR0X, Propiietor. First Class Hit House Hurt liard tialuou. cig f ' Lsoaifs DometK,, Montana Street. lfrx-tM'3Cu- Al Bil- cn WUOLKULX AND BKXAIL DVALKR IM dy-nops- ia, di-ea- o e, 1 d-- ho -- -- c s Bctof of Tork, Mutton and Meats of all kinds fo m l i a Fir t Class 1 1 di-e,- 1 GROCERIES Finest Qualitj", Dry Goods and Clothing, 1 establishment. STEVE KINGSBURY, io Proprietor. PROVISIONS, Etc. FINE WIXE3, LIQUOK3, AND CI31I13. -- 1 Ilavlnr made extensivo arran'cments e.-n-o. lienUki Ifie Source of Iloppi lies-- . The relaxation of tho nervous syctem, which creates an iiidinoition to montal or bodily A action, is of very frojaeat dv-or stormiih debilitated in.'jed torpid liver, bowels are the ?reat raise. For years lu. for re pect'ully sur'pB ing ?t:k, inform tho public that rov and hereafter 1 will sell at lover priuos thx.n any otliei butcher in Corinne. my o vn I wo Id The Colcbratod Fredericksburg and "Denver on ta . Free Lunch day Lager I.oeral-vavnnd ni;ht all and see mo in the old llussoy am; ituilding. s 1 N. E. COR. 3TH & r Hknok. s it ha an nn ailimr and headn .State, giving medicine re tor.ng and invigorati 14 lhne organ ts their m itinal tr nrth t lias never ,ailod to e to health nnd teLivimr-at- e h le 11. the i.-i.- i, imligo tion and lo-- o- a ipetito, iy. debilitv, fever s. a modi and ag ie, li a pcar with its ue. in 0 for d eao nriin from im mro or impoveri-he- d wlthoit an blood, it is e pial. fhuv aro co:n-'0eof an a itely -- tim with the ilant. modn-ntepure did" mo t o fe;livo tonic, and will prove a a eg sard a tho attacks of dypdpsia and liver com been kb I. X T,. h, bia Iv ued thro mho sicccful a u v it the Ir.ited o alo opened a Meat Market oppoito Lou ? De ners lor tho beL0.it of my patrjns in the noithern nuaiter of town. I havo re-lor- y-- te -' s ve-ier- ol ffioiee Roasts, Etc, d Will always be found at cither of thee establishments. plait. t. Important to Hie It i rravt-liu- the duty of all g por-o- u Public starting on a journey to can what rute Ih-tliir tlstina tion with the lea-- t trouble, nn I if there are two or m re roil le ling tolhe ane point, to '1 ci le which is the safest 't nrul to travel. Wc take pleasure in stating, that the rch y f before by DJM HEYFRON. n. 0. hvrkness. J. W. GUTIICIC. 0. G. LANGSDORP Ciiicaga& North Western Railway the oldest, and several miles the ween Omaha and Chish.)rtet. finite two year the pa-- t the Within cago. road bed 1ms been put in admirable condition, and .almo-- t tbe entire line has been relaid with steel rails. The Depot in Chicago i centrally located, nnd a their trains arrive there thirty minute in advance of all other lines, paengers can always be sure of making Eatern connection. For- all n points in Northern anl Iowa, you should purcha-- e ticket. via Marshall, Cedar Rapid, or Clinton. For points in notthern Illinois or via Fulton; and if you are going to Chicago, or E you should, ly ali means, purchase your tickets by the Old Pioneer Route V.L GUTHRIE & CO., is b.-- t Ban li ors CORINNE, UTAH. North-Easter- l-- The Chicago In tho Probate co irt in and for Bov Elder co inty, Territory of. Utah. lion. Samuel Smith, Judje. Emily U. Allen, plaintiff, rs. Fletcher R. Allen, defendant. 'Ihe peonloof tho United State? in the Territory of Utah ?eml greeting to Fletcher K. Alendunt: Yo lareherobvra piiredto anlen. swer th1 petition of Emily C. Allen in said court tiloda:aint you, within tan day?, exel -sivo of the day of service, a ter tho service on vo i of this summons, if served within this county; r, if served out of thi county but within thid strict, within twenty davs: other-wiwithin fortv da vs, or judgment by do a tit will bo t ken again-- t you according to the r raver of said petition. Said action i? brought to obtain a decree dissolving the bobd of matrimony exiting between ad plaintiff and de endant, upon the ground sot forth in the co uplaint on file in thi action. And yo i are hereby notified that if vou fail to appear and answer the said petition a above ropured. pamtiff will ,a e default again-- yo and apply to the court lor the relief ra vd for. In t timony whereof I, J. C- - VVrlgbt, clerk of said court, do hereunto set my" hand and affix the seal pf said couit this 22d day of May, lS7. Is.al.J J. C. WltlGHT, Probate r lerk. AND FAMILY SUPPLIES OF ALL DESCRIP- o, Dealers in Gold Dost and Coin. ;n, North-Wester- n. You will find on a'l the train? Pullman Sleepers, new and magnificent 1 ay Coache, and the best Smoking and Second Cia.s? Car now on any road in ad ell Exchanse on all the principal United State. Siht diafts on civotia id. Hermans', rrauce Ireland, or any other part of Continental Europe. COBINNE UTAH. vMff City Brewery and Malt House M- - Corner IDE Hie (Ireat Silver, Plater. Cleaner, and Polish er. Indispenibje to every family. A fortune or a;cuts. Sells at siht Samplt, Free, fend for it. Adress at once, KEN UAL L& CO.. Chicago ills. . uf8n. Orders from Neighboring Towns Promptly Filled. Thk BavKKLY Uo.t Chicago. t, & TIONS. AMSHLCR Propr. SENT FREE and potpaid Thk Bkvkrt.y Bupgkt $75 per week C Si li to all, at homo or traveling. Something entirely ne v. Address at once , O P H E R - vVi-cn- NATIVE AND FOREIGN FRUITS 1 J. assortment of Summons. 1 p!ea-:inli- A largo MONTANA 8T8. K Li jt Ouloralo andjJ3cnulret CORINNE,' UTAH. LAGER BE3SK ITH S AND Fe?er and Ague PillS all cases of chills and fever dumb ijue, intermittent fever &e A specific for rromot attention given to collections and This preparation 1? purely vegetable, and is rroveed re uttod at current the United State. rates of Excharge prepared from tbe rocipe of l)r Keith who on Particular information, with tinp, drawn day ot payment. has used it in the treatment of above diseases time tabe-- , te., muV be had at Any ot for mmy years, with invariable success. the T .1 rough Ticket Office in ihe Wet, CORRESPONDENTS. Put up in boxes containing 50 Pills. or upon personal or writt.n application Price 314per box. or d boxes for io. Sent bjr San Franico. 0 M II. J. untaIN. New Yor, mail pij recei of price. , Western Traveling Agent, Omar-a- , Neb., , New York. Prepared only by ormau National Hank to V. II. Stknnett, Omaha National Bank . B. KEITH k CO..J iKSSl General Passenger Agent, Chicago. 44 Liberty st N. Y. .Salt Lake city. j fi2S-6-m YOUNG Bm 01 TDK FINEST QCALITf Always en hand. Alee MALT OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY t Orders from adlctanee promptly seltf ..