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jjY TELEGRAPH. Letters Between Pone Pius and Kaiser William. The Law in Richmond. job Stokes Sentenced to Fonr Years in the States Prison. AMERICAN. Sua Francisco, 29. The persons arranging for the coming Calirunning race for $20,000, between deterhave horses, Eastern and fornia mined to make the race cn the Ocean House track, this side of the bay, on Tbey could not (be 15th of November. make satisfactory arrangements wiih tbe Central Pacific for the transportatto the Alameda course ion of across tbe bay. Richmond, 29. A mob of sixty disguised men a tacked a party of seven deputy sheriffs guard-iiithe jail at Centerville, which the workmen are tearing down to remove ben to the new county seat. After firing one hundred shots from small arms, without serious results, a cannon, loaded with spikes, nuils and scrap iron, was fired at the door, which being demolished, the mob occupied the sheriff's residence, in the After a front pait of the jail building. condisurrendered the deputies parley tionally. Thirty men occupy the jail to night, when another attack by a large party with cannon, from Cambridge llichinoud is threatCity, is expected, for the purpose of attack an with ened back to Cenrecords the county taking rs T er terville. Boston, 29. Josiah Quincy, president of the American Cheap Transportation Society, has issued a lengthy address setting forth which are to be made to suggestions Congress for legislation upon at its coming session, relating to the transportation question. To the meeting of the above association to be held in Washington, on January 14th next, delegations from all kindred State organizations are invited. burned out a number A fire of firms in the drug and chemical trade, causing an aggregate loss of $70,000, Merrill Bros, lose nearly all insured. $20,000, fully insured. FreehoR N. Y., 29. A large fire is raging here in the post to-nig- ht office, and four stores. New York, 29. The chauge in the European situation was tiuite marked, and many in clined to the opinion that the Batik of England rate will oe advanced in consequence of the continued drawing heavily a London. decline in some bonds is stated by private dispatches to be heavy. Missouri, Kansas ami Texas bouds, which were marked above SO, are reported selling at 46. At the close of the day the situation on Wall 6treet was marked by a quieter feeling. When Government first agitated the policy of silver the premium was almost nominal in small pieces, while trade dollars were worth 8J to 9 per cent, premium; but now small silver is worth o, and trade dollars 13 per cent. Gen Philip St. George Cooke, commanding the Department of the Lakes, has been placed on the retired list, and lieut. Col. George Crook, of the Department of Arizona, has been appointed Brigadier General. The Department of the Lakes and of the East have been abolished, iind the command is now a military division of the' Atlantic, commanded hy Gen. Hancock. The Stokes case was given to the jury, who retired, and at 10:25 sent for Judge Davis to repeat his defiuition of the various degrees of crime in taking human lii'a, afttr receiving which they again retired. The jury returned a verdict of manslaughter in the third degree. Stokes has been sentenced to four years in the State's prison, at hard labor. New York, 29. The following is the full text of the letters recently passed between the Emperor of Germany and the Pope, a brief ynopsia of which was cabled a tew days At Amsterdam the new American railroad g0': Vatican, Aug. 7th, 1873. Measures which have tcen adopted by your Majesty's govern' ment for some time past, all aim more and more at the destruction of Catholicism. When I seriously ponder over the causes may have led to these hard Measures, 1 confess that 1 am unable to discover any reasons for such a course. the other hand, I am informed that J9ur Majesty does not countenance the Proceedings of your government, and does not approve the harshness of the Measures adopted against the Catholic ion. If then it be true that your Majesty does not approve thereof, and le'itrs which your august Majesty adv dressed to me formerly might sufficient-dimoii8tr:ite that you cannot approve 'oat which is now assuring; if, '1'isay, Juur M.geBty Jiea not approve of your , government 'continuing in the path it Your -- Majesty: 1L WHOLESALE RETAIL AND Dry Goods, firoeeries, Hardware, Boots and Shoes, and Caps, Crockery, Tehama Tragedy. ' pas-enge- Logan Branch, Gn Full Test Given. A hai chosen of further extending id rig- to the fire, unread. Lieut Nogresiwore orous measures against the religion of that he fruitlessly endeavored to deliver Jesus Christ, whereby the latter it most to Bazaine a dispatch entrusted to bira injuriously effected, will your MajeBty on the 23rd August by the Empress. He then not become convinced that these admitted after prevarication that he was measures nave no other ettect than that also the bearer of dispatches to Gen. of undermining your IMKm Majesty's own Bourbaki. The president of the Court throne ? I speak with frankness, for my severely censured the witness for banner is truth. I speak, in order to to couceal facts. fulfil one of my doctrines, which conBerlin, 29. sists in telling the truth to all, even to The total amount invested by thcGer- those who are not Catholics; for every tnan Government in the U. S. funded one who has not been baptized millions, of which eight belong loan, is in some way or other, which, to define millions eighteen the present was negotiated more precisely, would be here out of month. place; belongs, 1 say, to the Pope. I cherish the conviction that your Mujesty The will receive my observations with your HatM usual goodness of case. While offering From the Tehama Inde pendent, October 25th. to your most gracio s Majesty expres We arc called upon to chronicle oue of sions of my devotion and esteem, I pray most cowardly murders that ever oc the God that lie may enfold your Majesty Xrc., and myself in one and the same bond of curred in this town. On Tuesday afternoon about 4 o'clock, Daniel Buckley, a mercy. X: saloon keeper in this town, visited a Pics. (Signed,) house kept by Cora Lee, and shot her The Emperor replied as follows: with a shotgun, inflecting a wouud from Berlin, gept. 3. which she died in about an hour and a 1 am glad your Holiness has, as in for- half. The woman came to this town mer limes, done me the honor to write from Red Bluff about two months since, IN GKEAT VA11IETY. to me. 1 rejoice more at this, since an and for a short time stopped at Buckfty's opportunity is hereby afforded me of saloon, but afterwards rented the house correcting errors which as appears fiom in which she was killed. Buckley bethe contents of the letter of your Holi- came of attentions she paid to ness of the 17th ef August, must have others,jealous and threatened to kill her, and occurred in communications you have it is reported that he shat at her on two received, relative to German affairs. It or three previous occasions. For the s reports, which are made to your past week or more Buckley has been on Champion respecting German questions, only a spree, during which he has almost staled the truth, it would not be possi- daily quarrels with the woman. ble for your Holiness to entertain the On Tuesday forenoon he loaded a shotBain, Whitewater and Studebaker Wagons, supposition that my Government enters gun ami visited the house and pointed A LEO, upon a path that 1 do not approve. Ac- the gun at he, but didn't fire. She told cording to the constitution of my States, him to go away, and if he came back such cases cannot happen, siuce the laws aga n she would have him arrested. Deand government measures in Prussia puty Sheriff Clark, hearing of the affair, require my consent and sovereign au- advised the woman to have Buckley AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF thority. I can only say with deep sor- - arrested; but she declined to do so, sow that a portion of my Catholic subsaying that she was going to leave town jects have organized, for the past two on Thursday and did not wish any trouyears, a political party, which endeavors ble. A lit'le before 4 o'clock, Clark, to disturb, by intrigues hostile to the while on his way home saw Buckley come State, the religious peace which has ex from the rear of the saloon with a gun in Bnj gies to Order on Short Koticc. isted in Prussia for centuries. Leading his hands, and met him and asked him Catholic priests have, unfortunately, not where he was goiug Buckley answer ouly approved this movement, but have ed that he was going to shoot a quail joined in it to the extent of open revolt for his supper, and passed up the against the existing laws. It will not street on w hich the house occupied by have escaped the observation of ycur his victim is situated. Clark watched Holiness, that similar indications mam liim until lie had passed some distance test themselves at the present time in beyond the house, and then continued several European ai d in some transat his way home. After reaching his All Kinds of Produce Forwarded to Any Point on the Shortest Notiv lantic States. It is not my mission to house he noticed Buckley returning, All Orders Scut to M. Til A TCIIER, Logan, will Receive investigate the causes by which tie and, anticipating trouble, he started of one the of the faithful and clergy toward him. When he came in sight of Prompt Attention. Christian denominations can be inducted the house occupied by the woman he into activity to assist the enemies of all noticed the door open and her standing law, but u is certainly my mission to in it. Buckley by this time had reached protect the internal peace and preserve within a few feet of tbe house, but was the authority of the laws in the States hid from Clark's view by a pile of lum where the government has been intrust- ber. He heard the report of a gun and ed to me by God. I am conscious that I saw the woman Btagger into the room. owe hereafter an account of my accom As he ran toward the house he saw plishment of this, my kingly duty. Buckley running toward the saloon, shall maintain order and law in my with the gun in his hands. As soon as ooStates, against all attacks us long as God Clark ascertained that the woman was HAVE OPENED IN LOGAN & OGDEN, BRANCHES OF OUR WAGON gives me power. Iam in duty bound to wounded he went to the saloon and ar do it as a Christian monarch, even when rested Buckley. A man who was in tbe WE and MACHINE DEPARTMENT, so that the peopl of the Northern to my sorrow I have to fulfil this royal house with the woman says that when Counties can pureha'se without coming to Salt Lake City. duty against the servants of tbe church Buckley came near the door she went to which I suppose acknowledges no less it and bad a few words with him, when & than evangelnal churches, that he raised his gun and fired. As the shot of obedience to secular struck her she said, "I am dead!1' he Supplied to then point u twiog the beat, after much study and experience, and knew that 'urc)tuvr as an emanation of the revealed caught her in his arms and laid her on can rely on tliU recommendation. will of God. Many of the priests in the floor, and went after Dr. Cottle, who Prussia, subject to your Holiness, dis soon arrived and pronounced the wound own, to my regret, the Christian doc fatal. From the nature of the wound it trine in this respect, and place my gov- appears that when she saw Buckley ernment under the necessity, supported raise the gun she turned partially by the great majority of loyal Cath around, probably with the intention of of placing the door between her and hira, olic and Evangelical subjects, law the to obedience by but he was too quick for her, and the extorting I willingly en- meaus. worldly charge struck her in the left arm and entertain tbe hope that your Holiness, breast, penetrating the heart and lungs SULKY TURESIIIXG MACHINES upon being informed of the true position The gun must have been heavily loaded, to of affairs, will use your authority put as tbe flesh on the arm is all shot to an end to tbe agitation carried on amid pieces, and b early fifty shot wounds ap (Vlebrated THOMAS SMOOTH IXO IIARIIOW, warranted in make the bent fce. i deplorable distortion of truth, and abuse pears in the breasi, while the wall in the fled The and to l the cultivator fur gram, grain, corn or potutoM, jet invented. Our beat farui.i of priestly authority. The religion of rear of the door shows the marks of as ran have a Harrow on trial. Jesus Christ has, as I attest to your many more. The Department will alw ri Information and receive order for TURBINE WUUW.S, SMI T MACHINES, URIST and 8AW MILLS, or other article! not uuaJlj kept iu itook. Holiness, before God, nothing to do with these intrigues, any more than has Missions. MOSES THATCHER, AGENT, LOO AX. truth, to whose banner, invoked by your Subscribe. I unreservedly Holiness, The cost of supporting foreign mis BAKXAKO WHITE, AOENT, OGDEN. There is one more expression, in the sions for the past two years is estimated letter of your Holiness, which I cannot at three million nine hundred and tbir SOtf H. B. CLAWSON, Superintendent. thousand dollars. The nam pass without contradiction, although it is not based upon previous information, ber of converts is fixed, in round num but upon the belief of your Holiness, bers, at three thousand. This is a cost namely; the expression that every one of one thousand three hundred and elethat has received baptism belongs to the ven dollars per convert. At this rate it Pope. The Evangelical creed which, as will take over two hundred thousand must be known to your Holiness, I, like years to convert the heathen and will my ancestors, and the majority of my cost $1,000,000,000,000. Thia problem subjects profess, does not permit us to of converting the world to Christianity accept in our relations to God, any is not only beyond human possibility, other mediator than our Lord Jesus but we are disposed to believe that the Christ. Difference of belief does not money is not honestly devoted to the with prevent me from living in peace offerpurpose for ' for which it is bo persistentGBOESBECK BLOCK, SALT LAKE CITY, and share do not wbo mine, those That there are hundreds of ly begged. ing your Holiness the expression of my thousands of good Christian people who 1ST Gr personal devotion and esteem. earnestly desire to have the Gospel William. (Signed,) THEIR LARGE STOCK OF BEST SELECTED preached in foreign lands, is evidenced by the generosity of their donations to missionary funds. But that this money FOREIGN. might be more profitably expended among the poor and ignorant in our own Dresden, 29. The Duke of Saxony, eldest son of the country, is with us a sincere and honest When education is furnished to I late King John, who assumed the throne belief. has issued a proclamation, prom- all our people and labor that brings bread is supplied for all, then shall we l'KKl'AKATORY TO A CHANGE IN BUSINESS. ising to uphold the constitution, and consent to charities to distant the that present ministry heathen take oir '00- announcing lands. S. V. Chronicle. will remain in office. Taris, 29. t, M. Bazaine trial, In the 09A Detroit wife asks a divorce from messenger, testified that, under fear of capture by the enemy, he swal- her husband for six different reasons: lowed a dispatch which he wis carrying Reason number six is that "ha puts hot from Thionville to .Metz. ,'Tlie dispatch potatoes in her hands and then mashes n'i ... was recovered and delivered to the off- them hy nqueeiing, ber fingers," That . History records is the fufticie at nt. Metz, ; on he t nothing icers .dquartera, ' US if 2rJth of 'August,' tut by theto thrown in more diabolical, Glassware, do.. Notions, Stoves and Tinware, Drugs Medicines Gents9 and Boy's Ready Made Clothiny, CELBBBATED SINGER SEWING MACHINES, Holi-ues- and Excelsior Mowers and Reapers, Wood's Winchester and Democrat Light Spring Wagon. Farming Implements. California and Concord Harness and Harness Trimmings. Leather and Shoo Findiiij. II. B. CLAWSON, Superintendent. 0. M -- WE GUARANTEE WAGONS nt MACHINERY au-thoi- WHITEWATER, BALV and STUDERAKER WAGONS, CHAMPIOX, WOODS, EXCELSIOR and WORLD MOWERS, Droppers or Self Rakers. IMKIIS. and lt Foreign e E7 A. HE S EL Tj 1 O IT HOG T I CHEAP FOR CASH to-da- y, to-da- y, Jobbing a Specialty. Fla-han- -- Window, and Plate Glass LOWER THAW EVER! ; ( :''J l' ,1 v ;iil ' i' J' r '