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'ffSj -- r FKU YKAK. ES2S5H .nam? K&fBSkt PUBLISHED OCJDEX, UTAH, mr BY TELE GHAPH. OCDEN DIRECTORY, olcii 0' "" " 8.40 a.m. - c u T.k Cttv, duMe daily , Thwu rh Mail daily - daily - and the Eart ll rlllt Uknd the West mails so v.a 8.30 p.m. - 8.40 a.m. - 7.00 a.m. 6.00 p.m. CI.OSINO. Ukc Murder and Suicide. Post Oitiee: MAILS. ARRIVAL AND CLOSING i : Kvanston. HichCuHtv, lor Rich County, J leave the latter place 2 p.m. , at and Saturday-"ujm1v. Tue-laaud Thursday County. r Fatal Railway Accident Destructive Fires. Warren Hussey Commences a Libel Suit. AMERICAN. yn, ",,.,,tav IiiilytL.pau i r.'mntv Tnwdavf and Thursday! v Trth o" den, Monday and ThnnateyfSaturhmvillc, Wednesday, and 5.00 p.m. 5.00 p.m. 2.30 p.ai. The SEMI-- W $1.00 I'KK QK. VE5XESIAY. JAXUAIIY 7. 1874. und Diario comment bitterly "Virginins" and tne release of the prisoners They charge that government sauk the "Yir- gtnius in order that it would not be compelled to deliver her to Spain, aud is guiuy oi perfidy in releasing the prisoners. The Vote says: "For the great wrongs of the Spanish nation, terrible attoneuients are reserved and their hour will come." In an interview with Jovellar, the latter stated that news papers give their own opinions. Govern ment neither shrinks nor is responsible for the articles they print The Gov ernment acts independently and according to the circumstance; and it does not follow that because articles pass (he censor of the press that they reflect the opinions of Jovellar, who denLs having seen them. A Hong Kong telegram advises deal ers hore that the Portugese government has prohibited the traffic in and the shipment of Chinamen from Macao. Vose on the sinking of the Capt.-Gener- al Columbus. 0., 31. The railway strike is looking worse. The jard master of the I'iqua road was visited bj a crowd of roughs this afterIvm,S'"1'""City flnd ?,tttrsville' S.30 p.m. and his life was threatened if he noon, M ,i..UivandTliuwUiy .5.00 p.iu. nive'rd'ile Wednesdaya and Saturday allowed any more trains to go out. Police dispersed the crowd. The evennouns. office ing train for Cincinnati was fired into General Ddlvwj, near the city by unknown parties. The Smirtuv, 5 p.m. to fUO p.m. situation appears more unfavorable than DEPARTMENT KKOISTRY ever for settlement. Oiipii from 0 a.m- to p.m. MONEY OFFICE DKPARTMKMT. Chicago, 31. a 3 Open from a.m. to p.m. 8 Leap. All fears of a strike on the leading Outside Door open front 0 a.m. to p.m. JOSEPH HALI Postmaster. railroads of this city are dissipated by ulia Wheeler, about twenty-sevc- u the decision of the managers of all roads not to pay their engineers years of age, jumped from .the fifth but three - i..40 a.m. C. T. train arrives The and three roads holding story of the l'owhattan cotton factory fimnen. 5 40 p.m. " U. P. the reduction are to a Pittsburg & Fort at rowhattau, Laltiuiore Co., shortly G..20 p.m. C. P. " leaves ou which Great the Eastern, Wayue, after noon ou Saturday last, while 8..50 a.m. " " U. P. " and still exists, and the strike the began 7.50 tt.m. U. C. train arrives laboring, it is believed, under, tempo 6.45 p.m. Michigan Southern. anl .i 31. rary aberation of mind. It is feared Indianapolis, Ind.. 8.40 a.m. " leaves -she is fatally injured. The vindow the of First Warren Hussey. president 6.H0 p.m. . and National bank of Salt Lake City, to day, from winch she jumped recedes some filed a bill in the Superior Court in a distmce from the line of the windows Services Religion 11 a.m., and for libel against the Indianapolis suit at in theTalmrnacle, Every Sunday, in the other stories, and she theree 't S.hoolliouw Ward Parley Journal Second in the company, claiming damages of 5 p ni. at Wa-Third and set forth fore first struck the slanting roof,and $100,000. The alleged libel l Church at II a.m. and 7 p.m. in the bill in the following editorial in then pitched headlong to the ground, Methodic Church atU a.m. and 7 p.m. 7.30 p.na. at Hall), Lecture the Journal of October 8th, last: (Child's t feet. She a disttnee of Spiritualist Mr. Warren Hussey, president of the seemed to hands and her light upon Ogdcn City New Depot. pen First Natioual bank, Salt Lake City, her arm At JoUu 0. Chambers' being broken m right Utah, isucs a manifesto asserting the feet, very day, Sundays excepted. wrists fractured. and both two places, solvency of that institution. A man of also head was that name was arrested and tried here Her badly cut, her in 185G or '57, on a charge of counter skull fractured, some of her ribs brofeiting and embezzlement, in the man ken, and it is supposed she is interbanking concern agement ot a wild-ca- t these in Boone county. He was shrewdly de- nally injured. Notwithstanding walkshe and serious injuries fended by Robert Walpole, since deceased got up and only escaped, by a technicality, ed around the end of the mill, a disfrom going to the penitentiary. This tance of about sixty feet, where 6he may not, be the same man, but the fell unconscious. A crowd collected Four Doors from Z. C, identity of names in such cases is very immediately, and she was conveyed . annoying, especially when it happens to kept by Mrs. be so uncommon as Warren Hussey." to her boarding-housDrs. Fields aud All of which Hussey denies in tolo, as- Mary Henry. BOOTS A SHOTCS, wcro summoned, who are doLKATIIKK serting tjhat no such thing happened in SHOE FINDINGS, Boone or any other county in this State. ing all they can for the unfortunate New Albany, Ind., 81. At the Lowest Prices. Produce but they entertain but slight This morning John Parker, Ciipenter, girl, Taken. shot his wife through the head and then hopes of her recovery. Miss Wheeler blew his own brains out. Parker died is a tall woman and we:ghs about 1G0 instantly. His wife is still alive, but pounds. She was a modest and unaswill not survive. Parker suspected the suming girl, and was regarded as one of his wife. fidelity of the most steady employees in the KEPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED. Bridgeport, Conn., 31. hardware factory of factory. She was conscious on MonThe newly-buil- t & was Sons burned Hotchkiss day, and stated to a friend who callabout is insurance loss The to see her that she did not rememed very heavy; S. $100,0U0. WATCHMAKER AKD JEWELER, ber how it occurred. It has been noErie, Pa., 31. Dealer in Wafcl-f- , Clock, .lewclrv, Silver aud ticed by boarders in the house with Plated Ware, MAIN STREET. OliL'EN. Rev. J. F. Spaulding, bishop elect to warranted. work done all and Repairing neatly Colorado. Wyoming, and New Mexico, her that she had been actii'g in a was dnly consecrated at St. Paul's strange manner for some weeks pa6t, church, of which he was rector. Bishop seeming to have something weighing Kerfoot, of Pittsburg, read the conse upon her mind, and it is thought that cration service, and Bishop Cox, of New while A TII0MS0NIAN DOCTOR OR laboring wider temporary deIF YOU WANT York, preached the sermon' The other Thomsoniou Medicine, she threw herself from the bishops present were Bishop Talbot, of rangement CALL ON DR. remembers having gone window. She Indiana: Bishop McUloskey, ot Micu ; POST OFFICE, MAIN ST., about and of OGDKN. Ohio, forty to the window, but knows uothiug of Bishop Bedel, Coxscitatio Fee, $1.00. clergymen. having jumped out. The parents of f ":!? .". Fearful J Trains ' -- School-hous- d School-hous- e i- j.'.in-nia- fifty-eigh- - library 6. WHITEHEAD, FOURTH STREET, Jf. I., GENERAL DEALER Succession of Mishaps. The From the Illinois State Journal, Dec. 24 is'ight before last, a young man named Robert Harris, a resident of Howlett, was the victim of one of the most shocking calamities we CAS Il"P AID for HIDES. y ht J. LEWIS, 11-l- y REftfOVED. MURPHY, Oltice-OPPO- SITE Tittsburg, 31. steam Hutchinson's pump works, and S0R1DERS SALOON, Williams & Co.'s printing press factory, both in oue building, were burned to SIX DOORS WEST OF Z. C. M. I. night. . Loss heavy, and covered by in surance. LOGAN. WISES AND LIQl'ORS, ALES AND PORTER, of the very best quality. Indianapolis, 31. The engineers' strike continues, and the men say they are bound to hold out; in the meantime, however, the railroads are procuring new engineers and claim already that they can run all trains reg ularly. fiy Measure or at 25 cts. pa' Drink. The rear coach of the train due here on the Cincinat eight o'clock Cigars and Tobacco of the nati, Hamilton and Indianapolis R. Finest Brands. was thrown from the track by a broken near rail whi'.e crossing the trestle-work Butter, Egps, Chickens and all Broadsville. The coach went down ten kinds of Grain taken in exchange. feet and turned over. Mr. Chester and child, of Middleton, 0., and John Lines, . US-- S. NELSON, Prop'r. of Gonnrsville, Ind., were killed; eight or ten others were injured, none seri ously. M. PettengiU & Co., 10 State street, Boston, 37 Park Row, New York, FOREIGN. and 01 Chostnut Street, Havana, 31. Philadulpbia, are our Agerts for Las ordered a AdvertiseCapt. Gen. Jovellar ments in theOcvEX procuring Jc.nction for Boston strict inquiry into the circumstances Qd I hiladeldliia, and autboriied to con- connected with the disappearance of tract for advertising at our lowest rates. Ralph Kelly, N, Y. Tribune cprrespon dent. llenning was a year ago a bier brewer in Berlin, lie disap- Anthony wiess peared one day. It whs found his property was heavily mortgaged, and he left Just before many mourning crediiors. his disappearance he had colled ed all his outstanding clairrs, nnd left only liii wife and two children and the bare bones of his mortgaged properly. Everybody supposed he had absconded. Two weeks alter his uisappearacc a dead body ws dragged from the Spree, nnd Henhing's wife und his other friends identified it as that of the missing man. The body was buried by the brewer's family. H was a very ridiculous funeral, or wou'd have been if i Tie man in the coffin could have put in a word. It appears it was not. the brewer at all they buried. Mr. Ilenning went on like a widow, and wm just about to take some comfort in husband, when she received the from New York: following Dear Wifk: I am not dead. I rtu away from Berlin for rer.sons which I will explain to you, if you will come to me to New York. I am in good circumstances here. Write that ytu will come with Paul and Annie (the two children), and I will at once send you the necessary money. You must forgive me. 1 am very sorry fjr what 1 have done. I long for you and the children. ANTHONY I1ENNING. The wife will have to choose quickly between the new love and the old. It seems the old mun got hway with some money, and this fact may plead in his favor. But according to law Anthony Ilenning is dead and buried, and Mrs. Ilenning is a widow. The authorities of Berlin are puzzled over the question how he got changed at his death. un-oth- er love-lett- e Di-- A Letter Office: Ileal Comedy. GENTS' LIST. e, and or the Old. A'ew have ever been called upon to chronicle. He was in the employ of Mr. Satith, who is feeding cattle at that point, and was doing his regular work at the time of the accident, and engaged on the top of a tub attached to the distillery in "plunging slop." While thus employed, he by sonic means foil into the tub, which was partially filled with hot slop, aud was terribly scalded. His cries brought to his aid the men who were at work in the vicinity, and sending for medical aid at once, they proceeded to remove him to his home. To do this they were obliged to cross the railroad track, aud in doing so the entire party narrowly escaped being run over by a passing train. After Harris had been removed home, and while the doctor was dressing his burns, the patient in his excruciating agony moved in such a way as to tip over a lighted lamp near the bed, and the fire quickly communicated to the man's olochiutr and the beddiug. and before subdued haU added to the already great pain of the poor man additional agony, occasioned by the flames seThe verely burning his pcrs.ni. double the victim of catastrophe lingered along for some hours until death released him from his dreadful JAS'V OF LETTERS The deUNCLAIMED IN TllK POFT suffering about midnight. rEMAIXIXG Territory of V tali, on tho ceased was about twenty-onyears of Jan., 1874, which, If not called for liel'orn lt old and unmarried. the 1st of Feb., 1874, will be tout to the Chicago has got rid of an amateur tragedian cheap, evcu if the Pullman Palace Car Company does pay the expense, about $20,000. It's cheap. W. G.' Taylor played "Macbeth" sometimes and his audience thought it a good comedy. They shook the houso from pit to rafter with cheers and sneers, and jeers and laughter. Taylor could smell a charity benefit a long way off and always volunteered to play for it. Charity audiences arc charitable towards the volunteers too. liut W. G. Taylor will not murder Duncan any more in Chicago. He was conductor on the first hotel car that ever ran between Chicago and St. Louis, and was promoted to a responsible clerkship in tne 1 un man car omce. Jle collected tne sales of Pullman tickets from the railroai officers. He got 150 per month and lived at the rate of 8500 rer month. This rate of income and expenditure has been going on sev eral years. It could not last always. He left town and left his fast mare, "Lady Macbeth,'' and his other fast companions and the amateur stage, and the Pullman Company have lost the young woman are dead, but she his services, but their loss will be has a sister living in Howard county, Chicago's gain. about eight miles from l'owhattan. At Monticello, Ind., Mr Sylvester Miss Wheeler was at the house of who was some days ago Wilev, Mr. Thomas Young one evening sevfor having criminal intereral days previous to the sad occurhis own daughter, and with course rence, and Mrs. Young noticed that released by his daughter she acted and talked straugely. At who was was arlast accounts she was still living. She not appearing againsthim, with one is said to be engaged to be married, rested on Wednesday again, in as an Wheaton Mrs. accomplice, and her aflianced has visited her since on abortion an trying to produce the catastrophe. his daughter. They succeeded in their designs, but the daughter died A boy in Johnstown, Mich., who on their hands. The State's Attorevidently knew was what home with aud a post ney had them arrested, an mother, was sent to a mortem examination held, which redistant spring for some water. Ou vealed the facts as above stated. his wray back he went into a house to Snow birds are esteemed a great warm himself, leaving the pail outInd'-an- s side. His ma came and carried away delicacy in Nevada, where the arand bows shoot them with the bucket. When he missed it he was so terrified that instead of going rows. These birds, though small, are home to be warmed, he hid in a hay- exceedingly plump, aDd seven or stack for four days, and was not found eirrht of them skewered on a cambric till his legs were frozen stiff to his needle and broiled on a thimbleful of coals make a delicious morsel. knceSi Mon-moni- V VOJL. ea Allen, Jas Auderson, C Bergen, A Bleel, C 4 Brown, J B Brown, D F Beet on, J K Butler, F W Corbon, Jaa Martin, Thos NewtoB, Master Nolan, V Perkins, Geo Peterson, C Ryan, P P Strauss, J Slocura, L W Skow, Chas Saxe, Bos Sanford, E Shipley, John Thompson. Simon Thomas, Wm Yon Vloit, E B Vrught, M 2 J t dimming". A II Crofford, W K Christensen, C Chandler, J Coulter, Jas Dunten, Jas 4 Gildeu, John Grosse, Louis Good ale, W W Holman, N S Holden, John Wclfe, H S Wolf, A Ilickenlooper, Join Hixon, David G W Lindsay, C Israel, Moore, Thos Moody & McBride McGregor, John Wheeler, W II Webster, J P Wild, L S Williams, Wm White, Frank 2 Williams, Westly Wilson, Robt Weaver, J L LADIES' Bishop, Mrs Fanny Crowell, Mrs Mary Crowell, Mrs Chas Fell, Allis Flynn, Mrs L Gardon, Ana LIST. Hansen, Mrs Mary Roberts, Mrs M Taylor, Miss L Thompson, Mrs P. Thomas, MrsM Walters, S A 4"iTo oMalnany of these letters, the applicant ask for "advertised letters," (jive iltite of tl paper aud pay one cent for advortiaing. If not called for within one mostu, tliey will t sent to the Dead Letter Office. vaunt Joscru Hall, P. M. ar-rest- able-bodie- d A lady who was stoning raisins left the room, leaving her small boy, forbidding his touching the fruit iu her absence. "Well, Charley, did you take any raisins?" "No mamma' 'You know if you did, Gcd saw you." "Yes. I know He did, but He won't tell!" Tiron, the French author, was on one occasion obliged to appear before a Parisian magistrate, whether in the character of a witness, prosecutor, or is not known, who proseeuted, haughtily interrogated him concern-- 1 lDg his business or profession: "I am a poet sir," said Piron. "0! 0! a poet, ore you?" said the magistrate. "I have a brother who is a poet." "Then we are even," said Piron, for I have a brother who Is a fool." .