|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
PTT"RT,TPiTT-RT- n TnTVTT-"A7-Tr!T- (irj.;Ajr.a OGDKX, UTAH. BY TELEGRAPH. OCDEN DIRECTORY. Ogrien B'ost OfKcc: OK MAILS. Terrible Flood at AHR1VAL AND CLOSING ARRIVALS. Lake Citv, doiihle daily, 7.50 a.m. Through Mall daily Mail daily 6.45 p.m. 7.40 a.m. Citv, double, daily R.tta.m. VVwt Through Mail daily Lit ' Through Mail daily 6.30 p.m. ..n ilgi ' Through p.m. S.40 a.m. cLixa. 7.00 a.m. and the East 5.fk0 p.m. For Salt Ukeiid the West Wyomusty, mails po via Evanton, vr Rirh O leave the latter plat for Rich County, ing and 2 p.m. n1 Saturdays, at Wednesday" 7 a.m. Cache County, daily and Ifarrisville, Wednesdays Ojjrien !jrth p.m. and S tt u rdays, Hanwville, WdiKlays and SaUr. t. 00 a.m. daV, Lvwie," Plain City and SlaWrsville, 2.00 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays Bjoptrnd Mma, Wednesdays .00 a.m. and Saturdays OFFICE HOURS. 6.15 p.m. 8.15 a.m. General Delivery, Sundav, 5 p.m. U 6.30 p.m. RKUISTRY DKl'ARTMENT p.m. Open from 9 a.m-to- 3 M0XKV 0KFICK DEPARTMENT. Opeu from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Outride Door open from 6 :i.ih. to 1 p.m. JOSErll HALL, Postmaster. tor Salt Uke Trains - - c. r. train arrives leaves ' u. p. u. c. train arrives 8.50 7.60 5.40 8.40 -- and, " leaves anil ' -- Pittsburg, 27. A most destructive storm bwept over tbe city lust night, and the rain poured through the streets from the neighbor- leave a.m. a.m. p.m. Allc-ghau- a.m. Religious Services 11 a.m., and Every Sunday, in the Tahernacle, at Sohool-bous- e In tin Second Ward Schoolhomo Farley's at 5 p.m. and Third Wa U fcchool-houa- e 7 p.m. Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. and WethodUt Church atll a.m. and 7 7.30 p.m. SpirituttlUt Lecture (Child's Hall), at filly-liv- City' Library Ogden W. Turners' News Doptt. ry day, Sundays r. Open excepted. S. RICHARDS, AT LAW ATTORNEY And PUBLIC, NOTARY - - Ogden City, Utah. T1XSEK Jr., N. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0fbc with County Recorder, Utah. - Ogden City, n J. S. LEWIS, AND' JEWELER, WATCHMAKER alr in Clocks, Jewelry, Silver and Watch, War, ritd Bepairing MAIN 6TRKET. OWUEN. Deatly done aud all work warranted. Illy - REMOVED. I P I0U A VTAXT TH0HS0XIAN DOCTOa OR CALL ON DR. MURPHY, e FOST OFHCK, MAIN ST., Oaice-Ori'O- SITE 0Nflvi.TAio 0iUEX. Fh, il-3- $1.00. The werld Is full ot Children crying tot McLAIX'S Candied Castor Oil. It is delicious, effectlre an4 harmless. The tat of the Castor and smell Oil is en tirely ovorconie. Its nthartio Dowert ara lMKera cent. i McLairfs Vermifuge Are Bonbons Tal-ley- They resemble Cream kufchous kopt in oonfectioaura' hop. Chil lreo theru nl cry ftr them. Price 25 cti. per box. elepmt aad flcctive. l' For Sale by Z. drnggitti. C. 4 all other M. J. atf-l- y LOREfJZO D. RUDD retailing BUY GOODS AXB At h alaro.f ReWc, SEVL'XTIt St., v 't thorn rejidiftg U tbeir !aterM " . r OCDEN. 1 ... t his wbborkw-i- , v gl bia a eV will Bit-tint- di-ast- NOTICE . Ls e n p.. ' At "Ceo. ing hills. The Union depot was with water from three to. tour feet deep. The Panhandle tutiuel was filled with water utid reudered imputable. Much property was destroyed on LiberFrom all side ty and Siaiilirield streets. streets leading from the hill, boulders were rolled from their portion and hurled to the level below, while iu many other places great holes were opened up in the streets, tixth, Fourteenth and y Ward Streets are terribly cut. In City the flood wa terribly severe on Malison avenue aud Vista street, inundating the whole upper part of the city. A number ef houses were nwept. away on Spriug Garden street, the water attaining a depth of ten feet, causing a large loss of life. In this vi bodies cinity it is reported that have so far been recovered. Tbe to property cannot be estimated The damage to property on the south side is great, and a large number of s aides and buildings were swept away The loss of life by the flood has been Thirty-eigh- t bodies have appalling. been recovered in Butcher Run district, Alleghany county, and as many more are missing and supposed to be lost. The havoc at Wood's Run was fearful, and the place was a perfect sheet of Several houses were swept water. away Nine bodies have been recovered and so far five or six are still miesitig On the South side, iu Sawmill Run district, eight bodies have been recovered are still missing. A and thirty-sevewhole block of buildings was swept away in this district. It is thought over 150 persons perished in tbe flood. Accounts of the terrible flood which has deluged nearly all the suburbs of this city, as they came in during the. afternoon and evening show the disaster was far greater than at first supposed. It is now thought that the total loss of life will bt- not short of 200. The loss The even-iu- g of prop riy is proportionate. Chronicle, in its 5 p.m. edition, placed the loss of life at 142, and the names of missing parties are continually uoming in. The extent of the territory damaged is not less than twen miles in diameter, aud that the main portion of Pittsburgh, lying as it do s in tbe ceutre of the circle, tscapsd without further injury seems almost The prevailing theory miraculous. seems to be that the disaster was caused bv some kind of water spout. A gen tleman who watched the storm from a few nules down the river where there wa but little r.in, says that by fitful flashes of lightning he could see a huge, overinty black funnel shaped clcud hanging the city, the aricw finds the lowest, while the dark parts gave Tent to an almost perpetual burBt of ligh ning. The norih bank of the Alleghany river, a upon whose hillsides and in whose . the upper portion of tho city is has been the scene of the greatThe worK of destruction est commenced at a point about two miles north of tho central portion oiAlleghany city. The valley at its nioutb is probably between 400 aud 500 feet wide, and at the point where the work of destruc lion commenced, it is not more than 150 feet wide. Between North Avenue aud this, the northerly point, numerous ravines empty iuto Butcher's Run Valley. Along this some houses w ere built directly ovor the natural river, a course of the culverts being made in part as founda tions for dwelling houses." The line of destruction followed the water course to tho river and involved an immense number of houses not on the line of the culvert. When the rain began it suddenly seemed as though tho heavens opened and the water came down ai from huge pipes. The Talhiy was soon filled with water, and the debrio of houses, barns, et. In tke diltrkt west of CbeeYaut U urfM twenty' feet Ma' places, inuu-date- d G.30 p.m. G p.m. 8 30 a m. train arrives U. N AMERICAN". G.20 p.m. CP. "i " Land Slide in Navarre 7.40 a.m. 6.40 p.m. - u. p. Governors. r.d Plrf." 81TUIII1Y, AUGUST and the people could hardly save their live", much less their goods. The dwelling of Henry Mattern was s'ruek, and he and his wife and two children wire drowned Mis Winkler was carried off with her house aud Mr. Shearing, as soon as be saw the flood coming, moved his family to the hills, where oue child rolled over the embankment into the. flood. The body was this morning. The glue works werf destroyed next. August Reykeofl's uwelliug was cleared away with the occupants, and the two children perished. The house at the intersection of Modifon Avenue and Last street wns struck by the flood and carried awa, unJ all the iumates, six, were drowi.ed. The torrent swept down the lowlands in a width of 200 feet, and everything yielded to it like sand, the houses being literally turned upside down. Tbe house of Alderman Bolster was destroyed, und one of his children drowned. The next family escaped. On the same street the family of Tucks, consisting of Jacob Tucks, wife and one child, and Joseph, brother of Mrs. Tucks; in another house adjoining, Jacob Stoue, wife and two children, were all lost, except one child. The bodies were found this m rning on On Spring Garden Chestnut street. Avenue the houses withstood the flood About seventy bouses ' ere destroyed in all in tiiis district, aud it is believed many bodies remain in tbe debris At the foot of Spring Garden Run the loss of life was fearful. In one bouse ten persona were drowned. Phillip Hess and Henry Schafl'er rushed out of a saloon into the street and were lost. Mess body was this morning Wui his hand grasping a fire ping Peats tied his wife aud several small children with a clothes line in a room to prevent them ruslng off in an alarm and getting drowned. The bouse was carried far from its place and they were saved but be Was lost. The number ol persons jst is douhtless much larger than already recovered. At Wood's Run two houses, occupied by Pat Farley and Fri.sbee were destroyed John Gorman and threo children were lost. One of the children was found near the railAt Tetnpcranceville road (rock is anarrow stream for a saw mill, which empties into the Ohio River. All its iron bridges were wahed away, aud tho stones they rested on went down the stream like cork. Five wooden bridges and three trestle works over the mine were also swept awny. Taylor's Suit Works are a complete wreck, loss Two large worm. stills iu Brooks, Co's refining works are Palantiue destroyed. A storn on Washington turnpike was takea by the flaod, Lss, $13,000. Chartier's Valley stream, which runs para'el the same as Mill run, empties into the Ohio River three miles below. The loss of life here reported is very great. At Brush Ruu the fences and bridges are gone and property is badly damaged. At McLaughlin Run the loss A whole family of life is frightful named McLean was swept away; alio a vast amount of property. During the flashes of ligh niug last night horses and cattle could be seen struggling in the torrent. At midnight few additional particulars have been obtained. The places devasted are so far apart, and the people being so frightened, that they cannct give coherent accounts. The los of life in Butcher's run aud Alleghany city are placed at 147. Most carefully prepared figures give the total loss of life at 219. The properly destroyed and damaged cannot be estimated approximately. At a meeting of citizens of Alleghany leading men pledged City $1,000 for the relief of sufferers. A meeting is called for the 6ame purpose at Pittsburg to morrow. Memphis, 27. There is considerable excitement here, caused by the publishing of an extra with what purported to be tbe confession of Beecher of (he truth of Tilton's charges and a defense, from a biblical standpoint, of his conduct. It was very well written and thousands of extras sold. Washington, 2C. The following it one among recent postal chaoges : Wen. Darleys, for post,' master at WellsvilR Cache Co , Utati. Newburg. N .Y., 2(3. A fire destroye the pattern and s machine shops and damaged the of the Wright Engine Works in this city; the buildings, fixtures and tools were owned by Homer, llaurdell k Co. lose $20,000-- . It i ill covered by u. 1 $25,-000- ,. t to-d- dirlcfc 1, 1871. (r1 ei.oo n J?JOTf;pdj I t it VOL. V. . that the loss by the flood was $150,000. thtny at her own house, and said Tbeo-deietol- d The Kureka Consolidated Mining Comus a very strange story !w pany loses $20,000 and will have to shut evening, and recounted it to Mis down the furnaces. Several more bodies , who at the clo.-- e said. "I are recovered aud more people are still board the same story from Mrs. Tilton. Miss Anthony has g'veu the particulars missing. an folhiws: Washington, 2". Wheu Mr. Tilton returned home thai Upon the question submitted by Gov ernor McCook, whether as Governor uf evening, some anpry words growing out Colorado, he possessed the power lo re of the separation tu t he afternoon, move or stipend Territorial ofllcers unhim and his wife. Both becatce der any circumstance, the acting Atior intensely excited. In the heat of passti u ney General has decided tliHt the Guv aud iu the presence uf Miss Anthony, ernor of a Territory can remove only each confessed to the other of bavin; such oflicers as has been duly appointed broken the marriage vow. In the inidsi by the Governor to hold at pleasure lie of these startling uiailosiires, Miss A hns no power to remove oflicers appointwithdrew lo her room. Shortly ed during pleasure by others unless tbe after the heard Mrs Tiltun dashing up After oiganic law, or in some Vases at leait, stairs, ond Mr Tilton following. the Territorial law expressly authorises she tiling r pen her bed room door, on. him. Elizabi tu rushed in and the door wit closed and boiled. Thendore rapped on FOREIGN. ihe outside o the doer, aid demanded London, 27. ad mil tn tie, but Miss Anthony refuef A special to the Timet describing ihe thony refused to admit hits. So intenve storm in Moravia, says the town of whs his passion iltal for a ammnl sh Azngra was destroyed by a torrent, and feared he might kill his w'fe if he gaintixty-fou- r houses were demolished, and ed icoess to the room. Several time a few inhabitants cciiped with their h" returned to the room, ami urgently lives The railways are badly damaged demanded admittance. "No woman in every direction. shall staud between me and my wife,' The morning papers announce on offhe said. '.If ycu enter this room it will icial authority, that Prince Leopold is be over my dead body:" said Susoi serioucly ill, although there is no cause And so the infuriated man ceased hi for alarm. His recovery will Dejessari-l- demands and withdrew. Mrs Tilton be tedious. remained with Susan all Ihe night. In DuMin. 27. the excitement of the hour, amid eoV, John Mitchel has arrived at Cork, ile and tear, she told all to Miss Anis ill, but will come to Dublin on Wedthony, the whole story of her nesday. Beecher's course; her deception and her anguish fell upon the ear Philadelph o, 27. The police have arretted two men and of Susan B. Anthony, and were spoke u a woman nt the alleged English criminals by the lips of Mrs. Tilton. Mrs Stanton denied the allegation by through whom it is believed a clue con be obtained relative to the abduction of Tilton in his cross examination, that Charlie Russ. Mrs Tillou was not friendly with Mi- Berlin, 27. Anthony. Mr. Wilkinson came lo the Dr. Janiiewski Ltiffogman, Bishop of ladies who knew about the matter aud Posen whs arrested tor violation of the besought them not to make it pablic. ecclesiastical laws, and sentenced to 17 To him it was a matter of mony, He ,r":" was a stock holder in months imprisonment. Plymouth Chuth. Madrid, 27. in Ihe Chrittian Union end the "Life f A terrible land slip accurred at Alarra, Christ," and the destruolion of Mr. near Navarre. iome ovcrhanding rocks Beecher would be the destruction of all fell upon and utterly destroyed a vilthese; and Mr. Wilkinsoii expressed it The disaster was so sudden that that it would knock the "Life or Chri't ' lage. few if any of the inhabitants escaped. higher than a kite, hence bis concern an Two hundred corpses have already been keeping the matter secret. recovered. The Carlist magazine cxploaded laM A young lady in Glouot'sdr is week, at Quasi; thirty men were killed will keeping her light Imni-in- g charjr.-and a 'urge number wounded. nniil a late hour on iSunilay liilit ia ordi r to harrow the aewitivt It of an euvioud neighbor iuto Uniiei:ciii:h-tilto- . belief that she had really got a beau v hr n pus-hetwee- I unfaiih-fulneri- u " J THIoii'm Jlr. Elizabeth Coufefctxioii fo Catly Stanton aud Silvan 15. An- thony. New York, 27. The Brooklyn Arym publishes a card from Mr. Tilton, in which he says : "The Beecher investigating committee have given the world a lot of irrelevant testimony cf his, and eaid no word about tbe most important part, namely, that the criniinaliiv iu my sworn statement charged upon Rev. Henry Ward Beech er, and his religious victim, wus confessed lo me, not only by herself but by Beecher. Furthermore, that it was confessed by ker and him to Mr. Moulton as a friend and counsellor, or both; and still further, that Moulton't acceptance of tbe office of mediator for four years between Beecher and me was based on the one sole fact, this pre existing criminality between Beecher and Mrs. The statement was made to the committee with the utmost plainness of speech. I furthermore stated to the committee that Beecher's apology to me, instead of following any circumstances with which Mrs. Woodhull has connected him, was communicated to me by Mr. Beecher nearly six months before I ever The met, knew or saw Mrs. Woodhull. omission uf these lacts from the committee's report force me t lry them the public, as necessary is parting with the case. TittopoRK Tiltox." "(Signed) Mrs Elizabeth Cody Stanton, in an interview with a reporter to day, stated that she knew the substance f this affair a year before Mrs. Woodhull published the statement. She was in possession of tbe facts in the Fall of the year, while Mrs. Ballard was still connected with the revolution. Mr. Tilton and herself acoompsnicd Mrs. Ballard from (tbe effieetn the bouse, and wus led there ey that a misunderstanding. Tbey some showed who Mrs. with Tilton, dny feeling ia this matter. At the table Theodore told the story of bin wifa'e showfaithlessness, not in detail, but San Francvsco, 27. ing, lo us reformers one phae ofiecia). frora Eureka fcaight says lif. Next Tcnirij Ue met Miaa Aw mould-ing'shop- A .V Saturday.) chil-'Ire- Great Loss of Lifo and Property. Powers of Territorial DKPARTCSK. like Ult Pittsburgh. 5.4) p.m. &TT P. Til-to- n. he-fo- re A performance of educated fican is at the present time attracting much attention at Berlin. At a recent one of the mobt accomplish d of tliti iusects, obeying a suddou impulse of its nature, sprang from tho table and took refuge on the person of an illustri"us lady. The exhibitor was iu despair, as the truant was his best performer, and said l.u would be ruined unless it could le recovered. The lady good naturcdlv retired to an adjoining room, and alter a few minutes absence, returned with the ilea between her thumb aiid end forefinger. The exhibitor tool it eagerly, gave one look at it, and then, with visible embarrassment, said, ''Your Highness will paiduit mc. but this is not the right flea." The Third Profbyterinn Sunday of Albany is using a new School 'Short Catechism for Young Children " The following are some of the (uestions and answer?: "What wiil become of you if yVu die in your sins?" ''1 must go to bell with th wicked." "What kind of a place i hi 11?" "A place ofendltiM torment; being a lake that burns with fire aud brim stone." "What are the wages of pin?" "Death and hell." "What are you then by nsttire" "I am arj enemy to God, a child if satan, and an heir of hell!" ' "What will become of the wicked? " "They will be east, soul aud bod v. . into hell fire." " will wicked the forever d . 'What in hell?" f ''TheywiU rjar, curse,' and ' ;" God." . . h; tits-phem- a '