|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
--- Zl 1 s f' xehae, ,C..r.IPOr.XIA STKET2" IT-rri-a- S tV Hlth ifalire toward none, with Charity for alt, anti with i'irtnn rs.t in the right. ALTA CITY, LITTLE COTTONY OOD, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16 1873. ' " VOL. I. no. r. et Salt Lake Advertisements. Our Ctfumn. Sandy and Granite Advertisements. )b:crufr olfonirood WASHINGTON HOUSE. S. P. HITCH & CO., ,i published every Wednesday and New addition. Saturday morning, by R. WEBB AND H. SIMCOCKEF. THIRD SOUTH subscription. Three month One month 1 50 0 50 0 10 Single copy H D YURT1SI.VG. COTIONWOfllf 1 &0 3 00 7 00 12 ft) 50 u0 Three months Six months One year Is now open and ready to accommodate travelers with board and lodging. The Bett of Beds and Good Airy Room. Every accommodation afforded. O. F. STRICKLAND, One month .... 16 ft; 3 ft) One year Quarter column, one issue .. 5 ft) 10 ft) .... Three months CRICKET SALOON, (Late Judge of the Second Judicial District) A TTOItNE V--A 2 00 5 00 10 00 Two squares, one week T-L- W, jyl2tf A Salt Lake City, Utah. II. II. Robertson. SANDY STATION, Office Jno. R. McBride. Lingle & Larbie, Proprietor. ROBERTSON & McBRIDE, A TTOItNE YS-- A 50 00 T-L- W, A Salt Lake City, Utah. Longer advertisements by special arrangement. A square is ten lines of this type, or spi-cqual thereto. S. P. Seaniker. tf . jy 12 Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. Main Street, Alta City , Theodore Ilurmeister. A BARBER Scaniker & Burmeister, Id rear of the Grand Hotel. T-- LA IY, A TTOItNE YS-- A DIRECTORY. Moat Mt rket. jy 12 tf for Utah. Governor George L. Woods, Oregon. Fred H. R. Aretier. II. Ball. Taylor. George A. Black, Ltah Secretary J. B. McKean, New York Chief Justice Associate Justices Jacob tv liorcinan. Mo Philadelphia Brevsry Saloon, Philip 11 Emerson, Mich M. T. Patrick, Neb .... Marshal.. FI II SOUTH STREET Deputy Marshals 1st Distri . ...bam Paul 2d District. Pony Duncan 3d District .A. fcv Patrick Under the National Hotel, Salt Lake City. . Harrison L Bowyer, Proprietors. P. FORD would inform the business men of Wishes to inform the inhabitants of Sandy that ha has rseeivad a thc.diatrict that we hVel secured a Large Invoice of Clothing ....DWllench ..DU Firman . Wm Cary, 111 Attorney . C .C Clements, Irnl purveyor General .. Receiver of Public Moneys. .1 11 Overton, Pa G It .Maxwell, Mich Register Land Office U. 8 Assessor J P Taggart, dll O .... .... Collector J Hollister, Cal US J II Wickiser, 111 Special Mail Agent Gen Morrow, III Supt Indian Affairs Z Snow Attorney General J D T McAllister Marshal ... Auditor WmCl.yton John Chislett Treasurer' Supt Common Schools . Robert L Campbell A Dr Spoerry Retail Dialer. Mattrees. j j- G. Bryant. E. 11. Barron. 'and Dealers in At the Ladies vited. jj!2 tf glFfD k BRYANT, BARRON A I Jf. FI aix& and Ornamental 06 Main stet. , 'J , Wholesale and Retail Keep a full line of Stationery; Blank Books, Printers' Stock, Bookbinders!. Material, Book, and Newspapers, etc., etc.Wrapping, Agent for the Carew Letter and Flat Papers. Company's superior The trade supplied at less than Chieage Pesters, . And Miners General Outfitting. Orders from the Mining Districts will receive prompt attention. Satisfaction guaranteed in every instance. Try us.i tf A. LI. Sf.1ITH, r This is the largest and best appointed bonne Territory, and has aeeommo--- t on .for tb fee 'hundred and fifty guests. cars and carriages connect with the "Wnitn Sulphur Baths. Reading rooms, conin-Uta- h Ant Circulars, prices. Billheads, DEALER & IMPORTER taining papers from, all points. Baths, Bar, or Telegranh, News and Cigar Stand attached kn tka house. Foreign Wines an ft Liquors. H.E. GREELEY A TO-Defies any to sell cheaper or give. greater I Proprietor!, I satisfaction. jyl2 3m , . Labels, . ii Deedsy -- 327, 32S jy!2tf Letter Heads, ; Bills First South street, near Commercial, Bealses and othsr Card, Salt Tate City. Prepraeueits, WHOLESALE JO IN G. HODGE & CO., WHOLESALE STAIONERS, CO. . house. Importers, Manufacturers, and 4 Salt Lake City. jy 1 2 tf ef Far i, Pamphlets, And every other kind of Job Work. d, well-educat- ill the moat Approved atyle, and at "c Salt Lako City, Utah. Come and sec for yoarself. Paper and Stationery Ware- VADETklPC L.MYY II tlvOC.. , ' San Francisco Advertisements. I A I Restauraat, Billiard Saloon, Finest Winesj Liquors and Cigars. 4 SALT LAKE PRICES. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, EAST TEMPLE STREET, , Principal Office and Lumber Yard One Block south of Depot Salt Lake City, U. T. Library Association. Room on Find South street, west of Kim- ball A Lawrences, opposite Delmonicos. Open every Week day from 6 to 10 p. m Funday and Wednesday from 1 to 5 p. m All are. welcome. Strangers specially in- kinds of BUILDING MA VERYA I . Free Circulating Library, of Touching Romance. Into the arid atmosphere of politici and bread and butler sometimes comei a bit of romance of melting sweetness, Of such is the story of two lovtra ami a remorseless lather, which, as it has just been told by a H0y toniau, must of course be true. T n years ago a beautiful young Boston girl was sent tlie the Vermont hills to arrest, it possible, the indications of approach ing consumption. She recovered her health, and meantime inflicted a cureless wound upon the heart of an intelligent and young farmers son. Dnlike Lady Vere de Vere, she did not scorn his timid affection, but returned it heartily, referring him to her father. That traditionally unromantic parsonage wouldnt hear of it. Never r, never, shall a base mechanic wed me chilu The young man retired, went 'V cst, and made a large fortune, and the, young woman married the man prescribed by her father. She went to live in France: her husband died in twoyears, and her parents also dying, she remained abroad. The memory of her first romance faded with her as with its object, who, through unmarried , was too busy in making money for tender thoughts. Last year bis business took him to Europe, and one night found him on a little steamer plying between Marseilles and Leghorn. A storm came up, and a lady, who had risen from her seat on deck to go below, was thrown overboard by a sudden lurch of the vessel. The base mechanic ' jumped after and through in the dark the steamer drifted away from them, they clutched a providential pank and floa e l until morning, when they were picked up by another vessel. During that night, in the cold and the darkness, they discovered in each other the loved and lost of earlier years. The old feeling came back in that fearful hour, and on their arrival at Malta they End of the poetry. The rest is prose. hard-hearte- W, W. BURR, Proprietor. j W.lI.Bryar, Lumber Company all ROOM, des-eriptiorg- Granite, tf - UTAH & CALIFORNIA READING GORDON PRESSES trial of this cheap and excellent Spring is invited. J. i And are prepared to execute every Joness Patent Spring, Woven Wire, and an kinds of John McDonald II C Ilullinger Salt Lake Advertisements. PUBLIC . . . in Ibob. Wholesale Dit trie i Recorder. t , Trout House, Also, one of the celebrated . Kstabii.-hr-- i . . A Heaviest Dealer in FURNITURE west of the Rocky Mountains. . SANDY STATION, Wast side of the Depot. ben you visit the city, do not forget tht address, nor fail to spend a pleasant evening with Fred and Archer, who will entertain you on the banjo and piano. Go nc hear a good song. jyl2 tf SALT LAKE, UTAH. . Little Cottonwood Big Cottonwood American Fork " HENRY DINWCODEY, Wm II Hooper Delegate to Congress . Large Variety of Job Type, U S Territoriat Officer. Which he intends to dispose of at reasonable prices. Please give me a call. The Best Summer Drinks in Town. Isaac Evans . SHOP. ATTACHED. SANDY And General Collecting Agents. Room Matthiessens Block, Salt Lake City. Utah,5, V . S. Officrr rusi.-forthwit- OESEB'Ef SANDY RAILROAD HOTEL $100 One month GENERAL 1 Handy station. jyl2 tf daily papers. One square, one insertion . ... One week One month Best Wines, Liquors and Cigars. f Hoard and lodging per week to $7 ft) Hoard and lodging per day 1 1 25 Day board, per week 5 ot) 1 50 2 50 beds, per week beds, per night . . . . 0 25 0 50 Meals 25 Western Thirty copies Eastern, and Local g -- 00 250 Six months farm-makin- STREET. Salt Lake City. Due copy, one year .. Six month. Three months THE Another 100 new spring New tariff. fccds. forays into the valley below, and car-- ' off whatever they need for their co missary department. Sometimes the leader of the gan;; merely addresses a note to a a requisition for a fat Iamb a few pounds of butte-- , or a half-bus- i of salt, and the terror stricken sends the article demanded. Two or three days since it occurred to them that the society of a woman in in their camp, would vary the monotony of their, camp life, so they came down to the town of Culpepper, captured a young colored girl, and were making off with her when her father came to the rescue. They cut the old mans throat from ear to ear. and then made their escape. The account of the affain which appears in the Warrenton In lex does not inform us whether they carried the girl with them or. not. The father died from his wounds on Friday last. The Mayor of Culpepper organized a party of ten men, and placing Captain Fultz, one of the Mosby scouts, in command, sent them against the Modocs. Before they reached the camp they were surprised and tired on. just as Captain Thomass men were in the Lava Beds, and William Hansborough, one of Captain Fultz s volunt peers, was so badly wounded in the leg that it is said amputation will be necessarv. The party then retreated, and the Modocs have not since been molested. The name of ihe commander of these Modocs is given as Jamieson, a desperate character, who seems to be a stranger in the.--f parts. One of his associates is named Williams, an Irishman, well known in Culpepper, who was a soldier in the Confederate arini and was wounded at the first batlle ot Manassas. . and 331, Sacramento Street, SAN FRANCISCO, Blue Ridge Bandits. It seems nlmost incredible that eight outlaws should establish a rendezvous within fifty' miles of this city. lay the surrounding country under contribn tion for supplies, and commit the most fiendish atrocities with impnnity; nevertheless the Warrenton, Va , Index says such is the fact, and that these outlaws have a retreat, which they call their lava bed, on a spur of the Blue Ridge, some four or five miles from Culpepper, and from there they make ed were-married- .