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' ' ' ft Eft VEAR. g-S- i PUBLISHED WEDXUSDA Ia ( BY TELEGRAPH. DIRECTORY. OGDEN Post Otliee: Oxlen AND CbOSI.NQ OF MAILS 7.50 a.m. s.lt I ake Citv, double daily, Mail AJiy t,Tliroii(!b Mail daily T.4(i - 5.40 p.m. 8.40 a.m. C'tv, double daily uVTlin'"irt Mail daily cist Through Mail daily ' 6.3d p.m. 6.20 p.m. 8.40 aon. CLOSING. W ' H a.m. -- k 1. 7.00 a.m. 5.01 p.m. Luke and the East ,1 --....! Ilia Vst latter place fur Rich County, 2 p.m. and Saturdays, at - in" and leave the WftdiiPMlavs - mid Mtur.ui, HuuUville, Wednesdays 2.00 p.m. and Satur- - ani ... i 2.60 p.m. Thtirsd:iy.s Vlma, Wednesdays H,)n'ysand London, Kng." Near (he phtce where he buttle w:is found, was a board on which was some penciling nearly illegible, which read, ' We have now taken io the boats as our last resort." The board was headed City 7.00 a.m. City and Slatersville, lvnni?'Vl:i'n '' - . 7.00 a.m. and Saturdays OFFICE HOURS. Doli very, " 6.15 p.m. of Boston. Y JOSKi'U HALL, Postmaster C. P. train C. P. Trains " " leaves " " " train arrives - q, P. U. P. t'. C. " 7.40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. f..20 p.m. 8.50 a.m. 7.50 a.m. 5.40 p.m. 8.40 a.m. 6.30 p.m. ri p.m. S 30 a.m. arrives - - " and leaves and " " " -- -- train arrives U. N. leave! Ilelisiou Services and a.m., Kvery Sundav, in the.Tabrnacle. at Sclioot-bvius- e In the Sucond Ward Schnolhousa Farley's 11 at 5 p.m. a.m. aud 7 p.w. Church atll a.iB. and 7 p.m. 7.00 p.m. gjjirrfualint Lectures (Child's Hall), at and Third Wa-- feliool-hoiiK- e d at Kpiscopal Church 1 1 Library Kews Depot. Option City 'Ceo. W. Tumors' ' At vry day, Sundays excepted. Open . AT LAW ATTORNEY And PUBLIC, NOTARY Utah. (hjden City, Jr.. N. TANXF.R ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office with Cocnty Recorder, - - (hfthn City, Utah. JEWELER, AND in Watches, CUrkf. Jewelry, Silver and Wari, MAIN STKKKT. OliuKX. liipairuig ueully dune and all work warranted. 11-l- REfolOVED. TF V0U WANT A TII0MS0NTAN D0CTOP. OR 1 TUoiiuuniou Medicine, CALL ON DR. MURPHY, POST OFFICE, MAIN ST., OGI'EJi. C'JNSIIT.I.TIOS FEI, il.OU. full ol The world cryiin: tChili'iTen Castor Gandk-- 4 Sx. A"'" fY.?? tfK '"euuiLK - ef,--tiv- e ItimMicifltw, Th uni hur.ulprs. i'5 'icjiain'.s Yermif'uice A"e They Ugt andinelloiive. JJttons fonfactioners'" kpt cent. Donbons reeailil( Crcutn hrp. Vriie 25 t.vin and cry for thorn. it, Children per hx. Hale by Z. C. M. J. .! eVr druptiUts. . 2 aS'-l- -- re- - imLiv taste and nell of the CaorO.I 's en Its irnl ovefC'ini. tl:n.rtio Lowers ar; P.'k-- i.i Chicago, 24. A sp cial saj's when Tilton lirst came before the committee he made the proposition that if Beecher would retire from the pulpit he would prepare a card vindicating him and removing him from suspicion. The committee ridiculed the idea, and Tilton in a passion exclaimed, that Beecher was an old coward, whereupon Mr. Sage, chairman of the committee said if Mr. Beecher was a coward the committee were not, and intended to sift the matter thoroughly without compromise, and somebody must suffer. Mr. Beecher has been very busy collecting proof that on the day of his alleged first adultery with Mrs. Tilton he was at Peckskill. Another discrepancy will be shown iu Tilton's statement where he speaks of Mrs. Tilton as suffering then mentally because the death of her young child, which death took place The committee state that the examination of Beecher will be much more complete than that of any other He will person who has been called. be required to give the fullest explanation to every circumstance. New York, 24. The Sunt Washington special says: "I am able to inforoi you with positive certainty that the Spanisli legation here ha3 recently been instructed irom Madrid to approach Hamilton Fish wiih the whether the United States will be disposed to intervene with an armed force in Cuba, with the view of ascertaining whether the people of that island reallv desire or not to separate them selves from the mother country. This proposition comes in a certain connection with au in'rigue which it peu;s for some time has been maturing iu Europe, by virtue of which Gertnauy and England were to intervene in Spain itself, and by means of euccioct bo lies of armed troops put a stop to the civil war now going on there, and place Friuce Alfonso on the throne. This scheme has been managed especially by Prussian diplomacy, and as the money which Marshal Serrano j has hid for some time past for the pur pose ot paying trsops ami carrying on his government has beenjurkished him it is clear from the Prussian trea-urthat ihe proposition to make Alfonso alking is not to be approved by him, would lorbid though common decency his taking a leading part in putting it into execution. . When it is done, however, by foreign armies, he can submit to it without incurring the special odium Part of the project of bis countrymen. is that Prussia shall have some unail island iu Ihe West Indies for a watering station, and the consent of the United States is to be compensated by giving to the United States Cuba." ny Secretary Fish denied that there There (rround for the Sun't assertions. is no Spmish minister in this country at present, and the Spanish Charge d' Af y CsTOTIOE . y, I IHilS LORENZO D. RUDD 1 &iUcecf Reidn:, O GDEX-- . The i r FOREIGN. r.;i:tf ta- - u. -- ill 8a4 call before I ot, UorhoM, t v a . , 1 I,. La: -- T. - isamjiuui Madrid. 23. The papers ifCuepca announce the discovery of the mutilated t.odie of by the thirty Republican?, murdered a house in in secreted that and Carlisis, town. The gvoca says Cabrera refused a position ia boa Carlos' army, saying he never would make common cause with canniba'sand fanatics. retailing VEXlir St., rf ill I' ' AND " IB OUl. . dry goods At y. in-jui- J. S. LEWIS, WATCHMAKER prosperous couditiou. bubse-quentl- F. S. RICHARDS, t p;r :i tc ,..A-- o w" STATVIK She Denies It Too. . vl , P mistake that rnonrjy think thnt- thev wj ...... r-e- -- - ,Wr,- the VMtU - -- jttftei o' VOL. V or ever have been unable to distinguish between innocent or guil'y love. Iu summoning up the whole matter, 1 nftirrn myself before dod to be innocent of the crimes laid upon me; lint never hae tecn guilty ot adultery with lletny Ward Beecher in thought or deed, nor .I... a Un ,.' eu mo an". !.nniecorous or unci To the further improper proposal. charge that 1 was led away from my home by Mr. Boecher's friend aud by the advice of a lawyer whom Beeclui had sent to me, who in advance of tny appearing before the committee arrsng ed with inc questions and answers which were to constitue my testimony in Mr. Beecher' s behalf, I answer that this is I had never seen the agAin untrue. until introduced to him a tew lawyer moments before my arrival before the Mr committee, by my Morse; and in further reply I submit the following statement of my uclion befoie the committee and my separation from my husband: The publication of Tilton s letter in answer to Dr. Bacon, I had not known nor suspected when on WcdnB day evening he brought hiime a Goldm Aye, handing it to me to read. Looking down its columns I saw well nigh with blindtd eyes lhat he had put into execution almost the threat daily of his life, that he lived to crush out Mr. Beecher; that God battled in him: he had always been Beecher's superior, and all that lay in his path was his children or reputation. If need be, they should fall before this purpose. I did not read it. 1 saw enough without reading. My spirit rose within me as never before " Theodore, I said, what means tkis quotation from Mr. Beecher ? Two years ago you came to mc at midnight, saying, "Elizabeth all letters and papers concerning my difficulties with Bencher and Bow en are burned, destroyed; now don't you betray me, lor 1 have nothing to defend myself with." "Did you believe thati" said he. 1 certainly did, implicitly. I said, "Well, let me tell you, ll ihey all live ; not one is destroyed." this was said to intimidate me, it had quite the contrary effect. I had never been so fearless nor seen so clearly before with whom I was dealing. Coming to me a it t le later: "I waul you to read it; you will find it a vindication of yourself. You have not stood before the com munity for five years as you now do." Roused still further by the wickedness hid behind so false a mask, I replied : "Theodore, understand me, this is the last time you call me publicly to walk through this fillh. My character needs iio vindication at this late hour from you. There vas a time had you spoken out clearly, truthfully aud manfully lor mc I had been gratclul, but 1 shah spt-uand act for myself. Know, also, that if in future I see a scrap of paper referring to uoy human being, however remote, which it seems to me you might uso or pervert to your own ends, I will destroy jt.!' "Tlrtis means butlo on your part, then," Lc said. "Just so far," L,repliid. I write this because these words ol mine he has since used to my harm Next morning I went to my brother and told him how I ha decided to act iu this matter; that I had been treated by my husband :n a nc.uenity from the begi.i-nina plaything to be used or let alone at will I then showed him a card 1 had He respected the ma le for publication. Lio'ive, but still advised silence on my part. I jie.ldeJ thus far as to appearing in public prints, but counseling with myself and no other, it occurred to mc that among the brethren of my own communion I might r e heard. Not knowing auy church committee, I asked the privilege of such an iuterview in the pastor's, with thoe who had always been our mutual frienls, Mr. and Mrs. Ovingion. I then linrm-for the first time that the committee would meet lhat night, aud they advised me to see those gentlemen, as perhaps the beat persons I coulJ her of t New York, 23. The following is the statement of Mrs. Elizabeth R. Tilton; "To pik up anew the sorrows of the last ten years, the fctiugs and pains I had daily schooled myself to bury and forgive, makes this imperative duly as called forth by the malicious statement of my husband the saddest act cf my life. Besides, any thought of following my Master, contradicts this act. Mj pen and sense, perhaps my life'and faith almost compel me now to stand aside till God himself delivers, yet 1 answer this wan'on attack: it is an urgent call from which I shrink not. To reply in detail to twenty-hvarticles of arraign ment I shall not attempt at present, yet. if called upon to testify to each and all of them 1 shall not hesitate to do so. Suffice it for my purpose now that 1 reply to one or more of the most glaring charges touching the feigned sorrow of my husband's compulsary revelations. I solemnly avow lhat long before the Woodliull publication I knew hiin by insinuations and diiect statement to have repeated to my very near relatives and friends, the substances of these accusations which shock the moral sense of the entire community this day. Many times, when Jiearing certain parties had spoken ill of him, he has tent me to chide them for bo doing, and then and there I learned that he had been there before me wiih his calumnies against myThe reself, so that 1 was speechless. iteration in his statement that he had persistently striven to hide these so called facts is utterly false, and his hatred to Mr. Beecher and his determination to ruin Mr. Btechcr has beeu the one aim of his life. Again the perfidy with which as holy love as a wife ever offered, has been recklessly discarded in this pbnlica'ion, reaches well nigh to sacrilege; and to this the endeavor, like the early scandal of Mrs. Woodhull, to make my own words condemn me, has no parallel. Most con spicuously is my letter quoting of reading Griffith Gaunt. Hal Mr. Tilton read the pure charectcr of Catharine he would have seen thai I lifted myself Besides, it is as mar as any human may affect the ideal, but it was her character not. the incidents cf fiction surrounding it to which I referred Tier's was na sin, xor criminal act, nor was there a thought like a confession! that I had made to Mr. Tilton in telling my love to my friend and pastor, one year before: and I now add that, notwithstanding all the misrepresentations and anguisii of soul, 1 owe to my oc iiuaintance and friends lip with Mr. Beechera3 t i no other human instrumentality, that encouragement of my mental life and that growth toward a divine nature, which enables me toalH fairly in lively hope of the life he cud the grave. The shameless charges iu articles seven eight and nine arc wholly false in each and every particular. The "aciti j j j - i j l impor-tuiiii- y to use it in hie then podding dignities with Mr. Bowcn. I was then sick, nigh unto death, haviog had a miscarriage only lour days be 1 fore. signed whatever he required without knowing or understanding the necessary for him import of the paper. 1 never have seen and do not knjvv whatever it contained, la charge eighteen is a letto Mr. Frank ter of 'mine addres.-eMoultcu, seeking to prove that I Bad never desired a separation, or was advised by Mr. or Mis. Beecher to leave my husb tnd. I reply that letter was of Mr. Tilton's own composing and concoc-liDHe induced me to copy aud sijn it as H!y own act, which in my weakness and mistaken thought to help I have done too- - often during thfee nnhappy years: The charge that, the harmony of hom was unbroken till Mr. Beecher entered it as a frcouent guest and friend, is a lamentable catire upon the' household where he himself, years before, laid the corner stone of free love and dsecrawd it ahors up to the time of my that the atmosphere was departure, not only Godless, but impure for my children, and in this effort and three of agony I, would fain lift my daughters and "all womanhood from the iniidioui and diabolical teachings" of these, latter days. His frequei-- t efforts l o pfive me , iuBignitlcaat uad insane, of mean presence, a'--l rank in the Ate gory of hcuihenih selfihnees and having its climat in hi present endeavor to c nv:nee the world thu: 1 am d " weak-mniird- fulse-hoo'- l, i im-- nie. - thut (here h no rest r t. him awiiy fiom me; so iu gialefui love t .. the dear Putin r I slept. Uu lhat death hud then conn; Iw iil l not have then received the cruel blow which made a woman mad outright. Next morning he called upon Mm. and Mr Oviiiguti, and there with shocking bravado bvgati a wicked tirade, adding, wth oalhs au I violence, the shameful slanders agsiuif. Mr. Beecher, of which I even kuou hi to be he author. Of this fearful scei.e 1 learned next day. In the aftertax n he showed mc his invitation from tl committee, lo met! them that evening, i did not show my hurt, but carried it heavily within but calmly without, aii night till early morning Refitctiic upon this scene at Mr. Ovington's convinced me, iiotwiihMai.ding my recent profession lo ine, lhat bi former spirit wan nuthanged: that t,; declaration of repentance and utFeciioi. were only lor the purpose of joining n asiiHiice to accftutpHhh his c:.J m h: warfare upon Beecher. In the light these couclufeiotM, loy lu'y aj peurt-rose quickly and having dies:-eplain. roused him guly to say. "Theodore, I will never take uroihcr Kep by "vour side; ihe end has indeed cone." Lie followed me to Mrs. Oviugions to breakfast, saying I wis unduly excited; but having deioruiinrd as hi lore ho.v ton count for the change which twtaty-fot.- i hours had been cupal lo of woraii g in his mind, i was men fixed, as i..r wary years past, and 1 lcavg it for the ctein.-tie- s with heir Hosieries lo reveal. Thai he is an iturebable m.d unfile guide. wh'iNu ideas of : self loving, it in toy !ne iu th' Into hour lo discover. (Signed,; Ei.i;.AAt.rH P.. Tu.t.. : i 's 1 1 i 1 d, i tru'h-lovin- u.i.-f,.- Self A imputation of an Arm. short time aro, at c liuiiii-;.'- . teuijcraricc mectimj in IahiUu, h ouui" til' (ic"c i.atnst, in the folh-: srit'fch, mentioned the incident in huspiul pvuetio-A ii-j- eu-riti- us dner "You have not r to r house Mirtreoit in any hospital hf:it. you become j iucticaliy atiuaini--with Porno i'.f the of liriuki: the tlio peroUjR of patient wl upon collect there. You will very Mohave brought und' r your care hruk t. limbs, 1'raet tired skulls and disliput-ifacts. I remember, when .it haj. polled tubo oiieof my v; ck- on uui , as u dresMT, a wmau came :nrn ; le.-ui-'t i . - y Iier left luu i carrying 1m r the. in fore of firm rib: part hand. She had de!ibenlclv cut w:ml, ami - t- flesh to the bone, :;i:d. lit:diff: was unable to y l through the S.u with the (virvinjr kiii'es-!tiiii.shed the business bv iu'j j'ir! n off with a b'.ui.t axe. 'J U: j.ivru-o(he wound by this i!j?tru:uen in vented, in a tacamre, "me oi tf. bleeding that wjld Lave t thi f She wa t.t once p'iu ed i: the. and fttni had to by kUiput:-.-tebed, favtlier up, more im with surgical art.' The only exLm-.- u.-in-,;, f t. ! Then i This I aceepte 1 accordingly. alone pleaded the cause of my husband and my children, the result being their hearts were moved iu sympathy for my family feeling, which their pastor had shared for years, and for whijb he was now suffering. On going home I found hu since I 1 g. Irarrci . . . (..... fi HC. ii'iiiiuiui. .1me I'lHOI I'liiHT, ilitli mid there we covenanted sacredly (ii' hearts aud lives, I nmst utterly reiiewir,.- trust in the one human heart I loveti. Neil day how happy we were. Thee-dor- e wioU a statement lo present u. the committee when liny should c:.il upon him. U. all which 1 heartily This document God knows wo a true history of ibisafi'air, completely vindicating my honor anJ the huiior . : In the ufierijoou he It ft i..c my pastor. to show it to his friend-- . He itunu.: home tal ly in ihe evening asirg tin hnppii st hours I ha l known for r, tt-lec- wretched thoroughly 1 i fie bad committee, , -- step-fathe- -- itter referred to in Tilton"s ninth paragraph was obtained from me by and by representations that it wa 1 r- e iliut he had been mistakeu as to my native in seeing the Cohn.iit tee, and ,t haMeiitd to asm re me thiii he had bt-- n 1 e St. Paul, 23. fix of wheat desthe amount Reports troyed by the grsslioppet s at half a million bushels, and they are liable to destroy half a million more before 'he harvest is over. Other cereals are iu a l.'KPA RTMKNT p.m. Open from 9 a.m-to- 3 MONKV OFF1CK DKl'AUTMEMT. 3 Ooeu from 9 a.m. to p.m. 0utide Door open from 6 a.m. to K p.m. RKOU-i'R- Tin: New York, 23. A Beach searcher hag found a bottle on the coast of Florida with a paper bearing the following; information: Steamship "City of Boston, To all whom it may concern: l'hat I, the undersigned, a passenger on this ship, write the following statement: On Sunday night a heavy siorm arose at 12, 0, and is increasing at 1:30; all hopes are lost, at '1 o'clock. , Going to John Coswell, (Signed), 5.45 p.m. COKES Mrs. TILTO.V AMERICAN. ARRIVAL I - OGDKX. UTAH. W I D X 11H I A Y . JULY 20, 1871. So. 61. Wtn.roR"U SBMI-WEEKL- T, Y and SA TURD A Y.) - j rive of b.-- r cm, dm- -. htr could not wai h&l tne jcfil v:is where I hu'd been, and that if. I i,. do her bad nud conceal aoything from him. as his habit tell JOU thjt the ut vii. i. was from rue. He asktd who the geu-- 1 Miaix-eltlemea were He said no more. ur- - tiiH c?ise,a It) manv ot!i-t- s, "ud ed l.i.r.H.lf, and bade ir.c good by for-- 1 j tU f ,,t',trai,. drh,L" ever. The midnight folloviug 1 wi awakened bv my husband Bunding ly tiy bedside. In a ery iendr, kind voi;e frarS. M. l'tten?i:i t (V, 10 Sim r. , he said bo wished io see rue. I roe in- Street, Boston, S7 Para P.o. he lii'.-- d. l 701 to hia and and Cketitat hiin room followed Strtt, stantly, sitting ou the bedside he drew me into are our Ager's for frftcyri'jj rdv I r'T. vxctioi ftr " f his In p. He ws proud of me, loved me ments in thoOoin so thut notning ever gave hiia so much and PhiladldMa. and antWoriifd t i n t . real peace and satisfaction as to hear nse tract for aUvvrCiii'iif w t..f. reV. . cl,.-K- 1 tdi t. - i j at-..- 1 wk I.pokcu aa'.ihi k.e.tingj a uiuv -- i if ti , 1 .