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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
ITEMS. LOCAL A Faiiube. The anticipated celebration in Ogdea yefterday was a failure. Although the proprietors of the two gioveg had made preparations for a grau4 bull at their respective places, the Saturdays Daily of July 25. 'ram ram prevented a cerupany from gathering at either grove. At Farr's Grove nothing whatever was done and there was only the baud and a few gentlemen assembled at Jones' Grove. These dispersed a little after nine o'clock, not, however, till Mr. Olsea had given them Mrs- W. H. Clipprton, in some Abbivw'excellent music on the organ. thenirical world known as Mrs. arrived in this city yesUclle Douglass, More From Tiltou. and will remain for terday evening, with us. We hope to have s0me time N'ew York. 2i. of seeing her perform at )ie pleasure The Brooklyn Argus, this at'tcr-nohere shortly. We welcome (he Theatre publishes a supplementary statement of Mr. Titon. in the form of an her in our midst. informed by telegram jtl foipublication, on Thursday late that on account of a 6udden Evening. illness, Mr9. Steahouse "Txni .severe U not lecture as announced. we were - -- - n, Vsother Mrs. Dkkssmakke. Las drews, a lady who An- just arrived from in the the cast. ha3 commenced business jresmaking line, and is determined to her utmost to deserve and secure her from the ladies of portion of patronage She has a new system of drcss-jiltin- " OgJen. She is to be which she teaches. du found at her residence near the Utah Hotel, corner of Main and Fifth Streets. The C. V. train Laugh Wasu-oetthis due here morning was eight hours late. The detention was caused by one s. nine miles west of Kelton, 30 and 18 feet deep, and two wide feet more between Toano and the first station west, which, we believe is Independence, each of the latter being about 40 The feet wide and 17 feet deep. with their usual energy, have sent men and material to the places to repair It tbc injuries to the track and graae. is supposed that a cloud bursted in the thus causing vicinity of the wash-outtorrents of water to rush down the and over the track with irresistibwash-ou- t, Com-j.au- s, de-clin- as le force. dramatic entertainment given in the Ogden Theatre to- Theatre. will be A Salt Clara Miss Jean Artistes: Walters, who for a long time was the leading lady of the Salt Lake Theatre Btock company. n Hiss Carrie Cogswell, the and pleasing versatile actress, and Mr. M. Forster, the favorite juvenile actor. The performance will consist of the comedietta "A Happy Tair," a number of gongs, etc., "Closet Scene from HamScene from "Macbeth," let," the whole to conclude with the farce "Ou Gal." It is along time since the public of Ogden had an opportunity of witnessing a dramatic performance, and we advise the lovers of such amusement to go to the theatre as the above bill is for extraordinary variety and quality. night by the following well-know- n Lake well-know- Condensations From this morning's Herald: Two full grown men and something less than a barrel of whisky were riding a mule, when all three suddenly fell into a mud puddle near the Jlerald office. a drunk created disturbance in a ealoon on Main St, for which he was ejected into the street, when a policeman took him in charge. Miss Mattie Gaylord, said to be a very A gay young man on a instructive and eloquent lecturess, will probably lecture m Salt Lake next week, A rumpus occurred on Commercial St, yesterday, and five young men and two Indians who were implicated, were arrested. The Yokes family, burlesque artistes and dancers, are expected to play an engagement at the Salt Lake theatre shortl- interview with a reporter. Tilton all the hi.s accounts of says by the committee have been and incorrect, and the misrepresentations, as furnished to reporters by counsel for the committee for which the committee are not responsible. They will be the worst beaten attorneys ever in a case, and have made a hideous blunder iu diverting the investigation into the character of his female associates. This gives the right to institute a counter inquiry into the character of Beether's associa es. He informed the committee yesterday that he deprecated such a plau of battle, but if forced upon him by the committee's counsel he could draw a sword with two edges to their one. If this lew aspect is to characterize the remainder of the controversy, it would be better for Beecher that he had never been born. Replying to the statement printed in this morning's paper that he told the committee he had no other evidence of Beecher's adultery except what Mrs. Tiltou told him, Tilton said to tho reporter "I wish you would do me the favor to say through the columns of the Argus that though I have hitherto declined being interviewed concerning my before the committee, yet the above report, coming as it does from the committee's counsel, is an absolute fabrication. I told the ommittee distinctly that Beecher had coufessed his adultery to me, that he confessed it to Mr. Moulton, that he had confessed it to other persons, whom I named, and furthermore, I gave the names of several others who for tho last year have been well aware that Mr. Moulton's ntire connection with this case from the beginning to the end, had been based on the one and only corner stoue. I asked that all these persons be produced before the committee; I asked furthermore the privilege ot Mr. being present to 1 still Beecher and other witnesses: further suggested that the case had come to be of such magnitude that it would be better for the committee to dismiss this informal examination in which no one but myself has thus far spoken under oath, and adjourn to meet in court; I expressed a wil lingness to be sued lor libel, or be put in any other way before a tribunal which could compel witnesses to testify under oath, and which could punish perjury with State prison. If this case, with all the facts which lie behind it, revealed and unrcvealed, were now before a criminal court instead of a voluntary committee, and if Mr, Beecher's printed statement had been made under oath, subject to cross questioning and overthrow, he would indeed b compelled to 'step clown and out.' I feel at liberty to Mr. Beecher's because speak freely counsel have falsified me to the world, and I have no recourse but to smite them in the face." cross-examinati- one-side- d cross-exami- A sapient-lookinFayetvillee darbetween key, oscillating twenty and overtook an old summers, twenty-fivthe other day,and negro on the stmjt wedging hiiu in the street coruer, proceeded to ucquaint hin with all the gorgeous provisions of the Civil Rights bill. Young Africa imparted to old Africa a fund of valuable information, "thusly :" "Well, Uncle Billy, Massa Sumner's swivil rights bill hab passed de Senate ob de United States without a murmur." "Is dat so, Josiar ?" 'Jesso, Uncle Bill. And say, Uncle Billy, we colored pwssons is gwine to see whose pervisions is de pot. We is gwiue to be allowed to ride free on de railroads, smoke in de ladies' car, and put our feet on de percussions ob de seats, wheneber we dam please." "Is dat so, Josiar ?" "Jesso, Uncle Billy. And say, Uncle Billy, we's gwine to be allowed to stop at de hotels and set at do head ob de table, aiid hab de biggest slices ob de chickens, and lay around in de parlor, and spit on de carpets, and make de white trash hustle demselves and wait on us widout grumbliu';and when de boss ob de concern shoves a bill at us, we'll hab him sent right to Wushiu'ton and obscuicd in de ne y. A cloud bursted in Parley's Canyon on Sunday evening doing considerable damaga to roads, etc.. Boston Corbett, who shot Wilkes Booth, is now living in Caniden, N. week days follows the proA young butcher got drunk yesterday J., and ou aH on going heme and finding no eup-P- r fession of hatter in Philadelphia. lie in the Indeready, threatened his wife with preaches 'every Sunday Methodist Church in Camannihilation, A policeman took him in pendent he is very popular. where den, charge. from last Thursday's Xcwt: stage line is now running between alt Lake and Big Cottonwood oanyon. The Catholic Ch urnh win struck bv A 1 Jules Verne, in his Dovel, "The Mysterious Island," says of a war correspondent, "He also had been in all the battles, revolver in one hand, J'ghtning which knocked off the cross in the other, and 8Q'ieplit the dome and the interior o! never made his pencil tremble." tat feuildin? WAS BPrSonal rUmaored. Perhaps this marvel might be acKmor says that two men and a boy were counted for if we knew . where he held his pencil, iiruck, note-boo- k, ot "De Pcrvlslone, Josiar." g e Josiar ?'' Uncle "Jesso, Billy. And say, Uncle Billy, we's gwine to be allowed to go to de white schools and set on de tlatform wid de teacher, and lam triggernometry, gehominy, Latin, Butch, French, Choctaw, rheumatics, de rule ob thrice, and de diarec." "Good gracious! is dat so, Josiar ?" "Jesso, Uncle Billy. And say, Uncle Billy, we's gwine to be allowed to be buried in italic coffins, wid lookin' glasses on top ob dem, aud dey will hab te carry us on a hearse to de grabe yard and bury us on de top ob de white folks, so when de day ob resurrection am arrive, and de angel Gabriel come tooting along he'll sing out troo his trumpet, 'All ob you colored gemmcn lise fust!' And say, Uncle Billy, de pervisions of uat are 'Ms dat so, bill" Leaping 103 feet forlVculjr Dollars. From the Cincinnati Z. C. M. I. COLUMN. "Commercial" Abcut three o'clock yesterday af ternoou a boy named John Leader, eighteen or nineteen years old, a worker in a machine shop on West Front Street, jumped from the Cincinnati and Covington suspension bridge on a wager of 20, aud the performance was carefully prepared for, skiffs having biieu provided and manned to save the foolish youth from drowning. There were only a few spectators, as the performance was private, but Leasser climbed on one of the rails, fix feet above the floot of the bridge, buttoned his coat and jumped, lie struck the water with his feet, disappeared for a few seconds, and came to the surface all right. He was picked up by one of the skiffs and conveyed to the steamer Fat Rosrors. The distance from the rail to the surface of the water, perpendicularly, is HK$ feet. The wonder is that death did not ensue from tho concussion or shock to the system produced by the sudden contact with the water from such a vast OGDEN BRANCH, j Just Arriving! OUIl SPUING GOODS, CONSISTING The OF L'lioIMKt Stylo., Patterns or And Trin is Pereulen, I ill MUM, CihiglniiiiM, Linens Organdie. height. Pique, General Election Aoliee. 187-1- AND A that the General Election for the year 1X74 will be held at the usual place of holding elecNotice is hereby given GENERAL ASSORTMENT OK tions in (he several precincts in Weber county, Utah Territory, on Monday, the 3d day of August next, for the purpose of electing a Delegate to Congress, three Commissioners to locate University Lands, two Representatives to the Legis- latiue Assembly, a Trobate Judge, a Selectman, a Sheriff, a Coroner, and a Superintendent of Common Schools for Weber County; also a Justice of the Peace and a Constable for each of the Clothing in Ureal VarMv. following precincts in said county, Hunlsville, Weston, Itiverdale and Lynne precincts, also a Justice of the Peace for Slaterville precinct, and a Constable for Eden precinct. Said election to be held, conducted, and returns thereof made in accordance with the HOOTS laws of the Territory of Utah in relation to elections. AND F. S. IticnAitns, County Clerk, Webtr County. Ladies', Misses' and Children's County Clerk's Office, 1874. Trimmed hats and Fancy Goods, Ogden, July 16, DRY GOODS! to-w- it: HATS, CAPS, SIIOIIK. "What's dat you say 'bout pervisions, Josiar if" "Well, Uncle Billy, as I was gwine Utali to state, de pervisions ob dat bill " "Stop right dar, Josiar, You say A FULL fc'i'uCK 01 dar's pervisions in dat bill ?" "Jesso, Uncle Billy. De pervisions ob de bill " "Stop right dar, Josiar. Ef dar's pcrvisious in dat bill, I want a sack Darn de ob flour dis brry tninit. Hardware, Staple Prugs, Notion.' Office - Logan, Cache County sinokin1 in de ladies' car, and de Paper Hangings, Queen'fc-War.aud de latin, and de italic Glass-warSaddles, Harcoffins. I want de pervisions, Josiar. ness and Harness trimDey's all dar is in ue bill wuff a dam Hiiviofr three Steam Saw Wills te?rral Witter Power will, we are prepared tofunii.li mings, Cordage and. cent !" The Northern LUMBER Go. Groceries! -, e, Tin-war- The Pope Expelled from the Free Mason. At the semi-annu- Grand Lodjre meeting of the of Masons, Scottish Kite of the Orient of Palermo, Italy, on the 27th of March last, Pope Pius IX was expelled irom the Order. The decree of expulsion was pub lished in the official Masonic paper at Cologne, Germany, and is precced-o- d by the minutes of the Lodge in which he was iuitiated, and is as lows: e, HILLS OF fol- i lu any quantify at rUn agists which. roii DEFY COMPETITION. oiti:n$ isv miii. Sowing will recme imuoiiiuU attention. A man named Mastai Farretti, who received the baptism of Free Masonry, and solemnly pledged his LUMBER birtl to any point cm toe Emlrimi love and fellowship, and who afterwards was crowned I 'ope and King, M. D. HAMMOND, under the title of Pio Nono, has now El I T. i.'B.tf. cursed his former brethren, and excommunicated all members of the Order of Free Masons. Therefore, said Mastai Ferrctti is herewith, by Farm For .Sale. the decree of the Grand Lodge of the A QUARTER SECTION OF GRASS Orient, Palermo, expelled from the and FARMING LAND near Ktltu, A Order for perjury. Ogden Valley, for sale vrey cheap, The charges against him were first FOR CASH OR STOCK.. preferred in his lodge at Palermo, in 18G5, and notification and and Enquire for furtber partivulurs of copy thereof sent to him, with a reROBERT WIU'ON, HarrisTiUe; quest to attend the lodge for the purpose of answering the same. To this or at tb Junction office. he made no reply, and, for divers slm. reasons, the charges were not pressed until he urged the Bishops of Brazil to act aggressively against the Free I Masonsl Then they were pressed, AMOR AMOR! AMOR! tlif "Amur," p iDtfliigrmi-- containing and, after a regular trial, a decree of Rrikd nlvenii t uf IjuLk fciirt Oviitlorucu chiefly and entered was published, who are ilfxirvu" of MARRYING. Hugl coj.ii expulsion f i W, fur Mle Ij Newed aleri cent, rr the eame beiDg eijued by Victor 10 e nor v hero, L. M0NQUK. Emanuel, King of Italy, and Grand J 16CJ, , Bi of Orient Master of the Itajy, AGENTS WANTED. r uii-u- jr I'hiUuk-lpkin- . Machines, AX'DTUB I'KLKUIt 1TIM) PJUHC1 OllGANS! Our tew WAGON and MACHh NKltY DEPARTMENT vill MH.rj, ly be opened in the Old Tithing Oflkc Yard. v ii. uoovs:utsupt All orders addressed to H. will receive IVery, Ogden, jnanj s 2 1 tV attention. .