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A PUBLISHED &4.00 LI pfcU a MMM ffJgR SBMI-WEBKL- T, '" II " '. f a $1.00 OODEX, UTAH. WEDXESIAY. OCTOBER 29, 1873. OCDEN DIRECTORY. BY TELEGRAPH. Post Olllcc: The Trial of Stokes Slow Oirucu ARRIVAL ANB CLOSING OF MAILS. AKKlVAbO. 5.45 p.m. Lake City, d.mlde d"y, Ihwai Mail dajty Ki a.m. p.m. 7.4)1 6.4fl DRfARTCRE. 6.30 p.m. 8.40 a.m. City, double daily 6VW p.m. Through Mail daily 8.40 a.m. eV'Tiv,nL'li Mail daily " CL0MK0. 7.00 a.m. Lake and the Eawt b. p.m. Lake and the West Riou d.uaty, mails o via Evanrton, Wyom- kit Lk E tit 'f "nu.. - ! "...I S.aur.h.v.. at aA Comity, Tuesdays, Thursday, and -Sundays laily t Lopan1 and .unidayi Kich County, Tuesdays Mondays andlhursduyg ISJJUle, Wednesday, ai.d Satur-I' Citv and Slatainvillo, fmriain M.davnd Thursdays ' - Meeting of the Presby terian Synod. The Farmers' Conven tion. a 5.00 p.nu 3.00 p.m. 2.30 p.m. Opening of the Domini- can Parlliament. 7.30 a.m. 3.3Q : p.m. 3.00 p.m. aad Satnnfcy RiTeniale,... Wfdnesdays ll,..n UjulnMil:ivl j- "v Uooin'rvilie a ly Progressing. 11.30 a.m. 0FFICK HOURS, 6.45 p.m. 8.15 a in. ftmial Delivery. r snnnay, u ii.m. i" BKUISTRT DEPARTMENT Oix'U from a.m- - to 3 p.m. MONEY OFFICE DEPART MEMT. Open from a.m. to 8 p.m. to 8 p.m. Outside open from 6 a J0SEPU HALL, Postmaster. jid Saturdays The King of Saxony Dy-ing- . Address by John Bright at Birmingham. . Ir Trains - - C. train arrives " . P. " P. " leaves U p C. P. rj. i . . - 44 7.40 5.40 0.20 8.50 7.50 5.45 8.40 0.30 -- train arrives and leaves " and , rj, C. . a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Services Religious c. .,,!.. in hT!Ltrnaide. lit 11 a.m In the Sw oiid W'ard ScIikj11iou Wu and Third Wa'd Scliool-uou11 a.m. Episcopal Chnrch at JlcthodiKt Church atll a.m. and Farley'i School- at o p.m. and 7 p.m. and 7 pan. at 7.30 (Child' Hall), Spiritualist Lecture Ogden City pan library Newa Depot, At John G. Clmtors' very day, Sunday excepted. AMERICAN. Springfield, Ills., 23. Moses Williams, a yoang fellow sentenced to the penitentiary a few days since for larceny, claims to be able to solve the mystery surrounding the death of State Sharon Tyndale of who was murdered in this city in April 1871, and whose murderers have eo far eluded detection. Williams says t here were four men implicated, and offers to point them out, provided in case of their conviction that he receives pardon for his present offense. He claims that in denouncing them he also revenges him self upen a gang who helped his last conviction because he knew too much. Williams, although young, is a. noted thief, and has heretofore been the chief of a gang infesting the city. New York,23. Among the witnesses in the Stokes to testify to hts mental con case, dition, previous to the shooting, was Shanks, of the Tribune, who was brought from prison in Brooklyn, where he was confined for contempt of court. He said Stokes had told him Fisk had put a price on his, Stoses , head, that two men were after him and that he carried a pis tol for protection. Other evidence was given to show that Stokes believed that Fisk, or some of his lollowers would shoot him. Jennie Turner, waiting maid to the Morses, in the Grand Central Hotel, said she cane from a sick bed to give evi dence. On the evening of January 0, she saw Stokes come along the second floor hall, look into parlor 207, pas on, turn back, look in again, and then go to the head of the ladies' stairs. Tommy Hart was not in sight. He was cleaning a globe around the corner by the elevator. She went around the elevator to speak to Hart, when the report of a pistol was heard, and Stokes came back looking very pale, and cried out twice, "Get a doctor." She then went to the head of the ladies' stairs, saw Fisk, wounded, and a lady, coming up lhe stairs, pick up a pistol on the fourth step and hand it to a gentleman, and told what she had seen to the Morses. W'm. II. Champion, professor of materia, metlica in the University, gave it as his opinion that Fisk died from the effects of drugs, administered after he was shot. After the recess Stokes was placed on ,the stand and testified as to the business relations between himself and Fisk. He related the story of the Court room in the Mansfield libel case, on the morning of the murder, then related the circumstance of his visit to thn Grand Central Hotel, and described his encouuter with Fisk; The latter, he said, came up stairs with a pistol in each hund, cockHe shouted to Fisk ing them as he came. himself fired two then not to shoot, and his in gloved hand. a shots with pistol deHe then dropped the weapon. He evidence the said and scribed his arrest, of the boy Hart is entirely manufactured. His testimony was substantially the same as already published. At the conadclusion of his testimony the Court . . pen to-da- y, WHITEHEAD, G. FOURTH STREET, OGDEX, from Z, C. M. I., GENERAL DEALER Four Doors IS HOOTS SHOES, .V i.rvi'riiF.lc and S1IOK FINDINGS, At the Lowest Produce Pi-ice- Taken. cash"paid for IIII3ES. NEATLY EXECUTED. REPAIRS y J. S. LEWIS, AND JEWELER, WATCHMAKER faler in WatrliM, Clo l:s. Jewelry, Silver and Pined Ware, MAIN STREET. OtiUEN. Repairing ueatly done and all work warranted. 11-ly REMOVED. TF YOU WANT A THOMSONIAN DOCTOR OR 1 Thoiusonion Mwliciae, DR. MURPHY, MAIN CALL ON 00 DEN. CoxauLtAnos Hill ST, POST OFFICE, SITE b1-3- Fee, $1.00. XORTUERX SIX DOORS SALOON WEST OF Z. C. M. I. LOGAjST. wixes axd liquors, ales asd torter, of the very best quality. Measure or Vigars and at 25 cts. per Drink. Tobacco of the Fittest Brands. journed. The Presbyterian Synod met to day; Batter, Eggs, Chickens and all exthe miisionary work for fredmr n has tiods of Grain taken in exchange. n work-iits practical tended greatly, and The Coast. ' Pacific the reach now X. IVELSOPJ", Prop'r. Presbyterian church has representatives exof every State, among the Freedmen Alabar.ia and Louisiana, JOTS. M. Prttengill & Co., 10 State cept Georgia, Rev. Dr.'MoClelland of The Arizona. Boston, 37 Park Row, New York, were among the 701 Chestnut Pittsburg, ea' d there Street, Philadelphia, 8,003. commu103 churches, r our advertise-"'snt- s Freedmen. Agerts procuring in scholars Sunday schools, in the Oco&s Jcnctiok for Boston nicants, 5,7'JO Last raitsioruiries. ytar 3,4.5 and 124 PhiUdeldhia, and authorired to tea than a'tlrird of the chortbK-ofor advertisinr at our lowest rates. whole number in the Assembly, contn fr con-,fl- I 2t V; buted to the work $57,000. During the last three years, about $8,000 per year has been contributed by the churches and schools under their charge. At a meeting of the bank presidents, to day, Mr. Williams, President of the Metropolitan National Uunk, submitted a letter he had received from the President. It was very brief and simply stated that for three or four weeks the President would feel disposed, in case of urgent need, to issue weekly three or four millions out of the legal reserve. The following resolutions were then adopted: Resolved that the message of the Presi dent of the United States to the banks of New York be respectfully and gratefully acknowledged, and we cordially reciprocate his kind wishes and will act in the ' spirit which he recommends. Resolved that from and after the 1st of November next, the equalization of legal tenders, bv banks of this associa- tion, be discontinued. . , Chicago, 23. In the afternoon cession of the Farmers' Convention, the repoit cf the com mittee on resolutions was discussed. The report resolves as follows : First, requesting Congress, without delay; to pass a maximum freight and passenger law, regulating traffic be tween states; and legislatures to pass law regulating the same within their States; and protesting against the furtk ev granting of any subsidies to private corporations of any kind. Second, that experience has shown water routes to be the cheapest; Congress is requested to open water routes from the Mississippi river to the seaboard. Third, the encouragement of home manufactures as tending to lessen the necessity for transportation. Fourth, that debt is a burden, - and urging the farmers to avoid it, and thus be prepared for the coming struggle between the people and monopoly. Fifth, that no industry can be pro tected by legislation, except at the ex pense of other industries, and that the body is opposed to all special legisla tion. Sixih, recommending the perfection of County and State organization. The second resolution gave rise to a lengthy discussion. A number of prominent men wished to amend it so as not to limit the recommendation to build ca nals from the Mississippi to the east, but include the south and the improve ment of the Mississippi river. Others wished government to build railroads and improve water facilities. Tbis was the general expression, the only difference being as to the choice of water routes to A smell ruujority opbe recommended. posed any aid from government, and said all they asked was that Congress would cease to legislate against them and for monopoly. The following substitute was adopted vote: "We demand the by a construction of railroads and the im provement of water communication' between the interior and the seaboard, the same to be owned and operated by the general government, for the purpose of affording cheap and ample transporta tion, and to protect the people from the exactions of monopolies. The resolution adopting the proposed Continental double track railroad from Omaha to New York was lost, members feeling sby about, any railroad scheme A substitute to the effect that it is im that the people peratively necessary should obtain from the national govern ment assistance or credit for the pur pose of buildiDg for themselves a double track freight railroad near the linh of Kansas and Nebraska, as near on an air line as possible to the city of New York, was laid on the table. The other of the above resolutions were unanimously adopted. At the evening session the farmers re solved not to sell their hogs at Icfs than $5 per cwt. gross. After some minor business was transacted, the convention adjourned subject to the call of the president. Washington, D. C, 23. The President, received a large number of visitors. He was asked about the contents of his recent letter to Mr. Williams, a New York bank president, and said he therein repeated his former remark that, in addition to what had. already., been done by the Government, the only way for relief was for the Government to buy exchange; but exchange could not now be bought, ns Government had no use for it, having already purchased enough on London, for tbe.Navy and Stale Departments, to answer present purpose?. There is no intension,:; ha further remarked, to draw on the forty-fou- r million reserve, except to meet the current expenses of Govern - i two-tbir- to-da- VOL. IV. ment. The money will be used for no forty years of supremacy of liberals in Government as years of progress and prosperity to the country, he animadverted severely upon conservative FOREIGN. and their present lack of Rome, 23. unsettled policy, and urged the' country It is reported that the General of the to continue to support the liberal party. Jesuites has transferred the head quar address occupied an hour and Bright's ters of that order to Malta. Cardinal ten minutes and was reseived with Pitra is about to go to France, it is un enthusiasm. derstood, on a message from the Vatican Vienna, 23. to the French Bishop. The German Emperor and Bismarck, Taris, 23. who visited the exhibition yesterday, The Bonapartist organ I.e Gauluit, a particular desire to see tbo expressed publishes a document signed by many American machinery in motion, nn I deputies who favor a Plebitcitum. and were conducted through the department protesting against a restoration of the of the United States, where they exammonarchy without consulting the coun- ined with interest seveml of the most try. curious inventions; ns the Emperor apDresden, 23. proached the French department, many The King of Saxony is dying. Phy- exhibitors left the premises. sicians announce his condition as helpless. Xor "Xeillier Bayonne, 23. is It reported that the Republicans have mutilated their prisoners, and that The wise maxim of my uncle Poloniin the Carlists have consequently resolved was not observed by a gentle youth of to give no quarter hereafter. this city, who having invited his "gnl" Madrid, 23. to the Gardens a week ago, found it The Spanish government has sent a to to a friendly waiter for note to foreign powers complaining of the loan ofapply a coat. The waiter willingly the intentioual interference of a French gave his beft Sabbath garment for th j gun boat, by which the naval engage-me- t adornment of his friend's figure. But off Cartagena was brought on. one day after another glided by and Madrid journals charge that, while the neither the impecunious borrower nor fight was going oh, men on the French the coat turned up. Now the owner of fleet shouted "Vive la republique this garment by the right of purchase also that a French steamer has was not the only one interested in its taken provisions to the city and that the preservation. It had long done the duty consul of France violates the obligations of a "rounder" among thft" waiting fraof neutrality. ternity, and many an anxious voice inOttawa, Ont 23. quired about its welfare. This morning The Governor-Genera- l opened the sec- the faithless borrower, while passing ond sestion of the Second Dominion through the California Market was spot-te- d Parliament indue form. In his speech, by the Damon, w ho had come to hi-- i he said be had caused Parliament to be undeserved assistance. The waiter dr summoned at the earliest possible mo the hash he was 'carrying to a hunment after the receipt of the report of gry customer and sprung like a tiger the commissioners appointed to inquire for his coat. into lhe Canadian Pacific Radreud mat"Give me my coat," shouted the indigters. The evidence obtained would be nant waiter, pulling vigorously at lha laid before them, and deserved their garment. careful consideration. The Canadian "For God's sake, let me get home to I'acifio Company, he said, having been my hotel, and you shall have it," said unable to make the financial arrange the dismayed bummer. ments necessary for the censtructiou of "Nary a Btep," rejoined the waiter, the road had executed a surrender of hanging on to the sleeves ; "it has been their charter, which had been accepted long enough out of my eight, and I ain t by him. "You will, I trust, feel your- going to part with it." selves called upon to take steps to seSo Pythias gave Damon his coal, and cure the early commencement, and vigo- walked home in his shirt sleeves, divestrous prosecution of that railway, and ed of his borrowed plumes. S. F. I'oxt. thus carry out in good faith the arrangement with the province of British CoA Weight. lumbia. ' Measures for this purpose will be submitted lor your consideration." Yesterday about noon quite an ex- London, 22. citin-accident occurou on lentil John Bright addressed an assemblage 'n ..Imo TT-union traeiuc uear estimated to number 10,000 persons, at street, bnops. He commended Mr. Peter O'Kourke, aided by a niuu Birmingham the administration of Gladstone for the known as Pleasant Andy, was engagpast legislation with the exception of the ed in raising bia kitchen. While education act which he said was formed tho was under buildinjr, in a hasty manner and wns incomplete. Andy i Speaking of the war against the Ashau-tee- s O'ltourke raised it a littl too he said no one was more auxious on one side, which cau?cd it to sink than was the administration for a down on the other. Andy WU3 thus and pacific adjustment of the caught under the building, which difficulty. He believed the interest and for a few moments held him tight. honor of the country would be best consulted by the absolute withdrawal of the Mr. O'llourke did everything in his British colonies from the Ashantee power to release him as soon as poscoast, at no distant date. He then re- sible. A crowd of about a hundred ferred to the relations between Great women and children collected Britain and the United States. Some men, around the house. They were greatly Englishmen had spoken of the Treaty of excited, as they nearly all thought to as Great humiliating Washington Britain. The time of humiliation was that Andy was being crushed to between 1861 and 1865. If at that time death. A doctor and a priest; both the British government had practiced of whom had been summoned to the toward the United States a generous also put in an appearance. neutrality, the wealthier classes of Eng- spot, land would not in the main have sided While the people were making haste to extricate Andy, he managed by g with the insurrectionary planters. If newspapers here had then considerable shrinkage, and the asdealt in a spirit of fairness with our sistance of others, to get free, and kinsmen, the dispute set- crawl much to the astonishment out, tled by the Treaty of 1872 would not and of assembled the crowd, who joy have arisen. boeu he that had expected fatally in- with of the conduct administration The reference to that treaty, and subsequent j urea, as it was, however, ne was arbitration under its provisions, had badly bruised and pinched in vari added ft nobler pnge to the history of ous portions of his body, and it was England than had all the bloody battles evident that he had a close call for recorded in its history. He praised the Oiaaha Bvc'r Oct. Earl of Derby for initiating the method kingdom come. of settling international disputes by ar 20th. bitration; for the reduction ot qualificaNew York has "ecumenical tions necessary to the exercise of county as a result of the Evangelical franchise; for the retribution of repre sentation in Parliament; and for moving Alliance. One New Year's ns a merchant entered for the game ond land laws. He said that, among the questions which demand his house, he was met by his wile, who an early solution, the Inst was one es- threw about his neck a gold chain. pecially of interest to the agricultural "There, Lubby," exclaimed the wife, laborers of the country, whom the pres- "Is a New Year's gift for your' "O, ent system, tending to acquirements of yes," rejoined the husband, with greut "I paid the till for it nn'hoHr large' landed etates, debars irom all coolness, ' "Yen in the soil. did," exclaimed the lady ago" hopes of proprietorship with of indifference, the harshness 'cquul of "why I told th operation Speakinif of the tax upon income, and reviewing jeweler to let it go n the J uly b'll." other purpose. a ltorrowor Lender lie.' a nec-essi- ry ed Heavy ... r - hi-rl- rea-sonab- le slave-holdin- trans-Atlant- ic . shirt-col-collar- s"