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THE SCAXI AL. Carpenter's Con vtrsat ions. MTILL GY TELEGRAPH. Loss of Life in t- - e Pitts- New York, 28, The Brooklyn Argui, prists a B Car-- y with Frank an interview of pari Bcecher of on the the titer subject caodal. Carpenter eaid he was first brought actively in the caie by Beecher. iu May, 1873, Beccber sent for Carpei-te- i wiahing him to come immediately burgh Flood. to-da- y, Row at a Cuttle Sale in Kentucky: Brooklyn. Beecber had learned that Henry C. Bowen had reasserted to Carpenter tbo charges which he bad formerly made toTilton against Beecher, and which he had withdrawn in the tripar i.te agreement, and that Bowen had , hind in the presence of Mr. K D of Wilwaukee, and Carpenter, that tie did not wish them to understand that he had mada a retraction. Beecher ivirbed Carpenter to confront Bewen on bene points It was also aid th tripartite covenant was to be made public. He went to Moulton' house; Be.echtr Raid be Moulton but not there, wb wished Carpenter to go to Bowea'a with Clallin and Moultou. They went, and Carpenter repeated, in the presence of Bowen, Claflin and Moultun, the Mtatements made by Bowen to himBowen adself concerning Beecher mitted all, and Claflin expressed his tonishmeut that I'.owen ehjuld have told these things after signing the Claflin was the jierson who induced Bowen to eiu the covenant. Btiwcn Bitid ha prottBtod against inakizig ; be agreement public. Carpenter w;iid to Bowen if the atat were, untrue in Prince's Dock Liverpool, Destroyed by Fire, the Cnrlists Shooting Hoi-ton- Prisoners. AMERICAN. PittsHurjr, 28. Smcd bod'u'H are rty rtdl found in Th iwli Wood's Run this fifiernooi; of life tiona an.- that r j o h (if the The following ia tl:e not repuripii JJitiounl Ht of tlio boiJies recovers! Horn l'utcher'a Hun: Jacob Mebelor pj wife. L'onrml '.'.nicer (inl wife, J resi-d.uc- c V lelinuflert, wid- unJ four Mra. mul um wife child, luiber, Henry tcj'oM ftnd fi'itr cdil Iron, Archibald Arnold, Wiiiiuiu lluhcrl, Johii iSiittviotrH o l child. MdMiid lortiim are hurj re W ori iig order and making iind a !udy visitor, Ouflj, liiMwif", child, itrned Mr.'. liiifbj, h.id a very iirnrou 'i hey heard ihe tuv if the fiaod and Cd t the hills. They li'Umajr. hardly or. )n"t the threshold when hour.? 'hi lifted up ami borne off by iin streum with the crushing wrecks of vher ImildingH. Following is (helmed ccuprtulftiion of the bullion found up to bUticae: Upier Alleghany diMricn, 02, Wood' Run, '.); Tempeiuncevilla, 9; ('barters Creek, 11. Total found, Gl. btill in i'bo number, reported t dry large. Froia the best information dit can be obtained, the lots of life will - cove-Lkut- . Jii.-- op. he whould niuka jd i rni.-wi- i Htch 100. Little Rock, Ark., tS. iu which A disgraceful altercation, 'lie lie wu8 twice Riea aud returned, nek place between Go Ilmter and Aya a corijcressriian from the first district, while the former wbs leetifyinp Haforethe sub ongrentonnal invcsiipjat a commitieo. The committee Lavs tlieir work and will lento toiiior- - FOREICS." Madrid, 28. It is reported that the have 23.) pri'onrrs captured 'row (Jen, :JniUla'n coluinn in CuUlonia. Morning papor.s stale tLat Ihe Spanish ivcrument has Beat u. strongly worded ;n!eto Versi'illes oa the subject of C&r-- '. riolutioiH of the frontier Iniyoune, 28. Two oolunujrt nf Ki'j ublicims marohing , lt Piques irress VERY !AV I' r VICTOR SEWING 'MACHINES, Cl-t- f. short-sighte- HJISBS5R IT ARB, Osf, public denial, but if truo ho uhou'.d niaud by them. Bowen' Imd aaid to Carpenter ttiat Beeclior had made u Mr. contecjainn to him on his knetis Tiltou and Moulton had been tobJ by Beecher that this was a lio. Carpenter aid to Baweii, '"There is a direct lie between you aud Mr. Beecher, and for one I want to know ihe truth." Clafliu thought Mr. Botcher ought to be present at this interview, and Moulton went to his house for him, but did not find him Bowen expressed Lis willingness to meet Beecher the ueit day. Ciatlin agreed place. A few days to arrango an interview. afterwards Carpouter saw Claflin, who told him that Beecher had said, There is not force enough in Brooklyn to draw me into a privato interview with Henry FAINTER, QRAIHER, GLAZIER, C. Bowen." Carpenter Bays in hid buPAPER ILOGER, Etc., siness relations wuh Bowen they had frequent conversations regarding his Boweu said difficulty with Beecher. Beecher's friends wanted him to eign a is a tpecimca cf bit work b iirs I sweeping dooument, declaring tbechares Z. C. M. L, LOGAN were untrue, but hi refund. Claflin T'a painting of which wEf duut under Lit tbtn urjed him at least to sign a paper withdrawing the charges, and he consented. Mr. Carpenter gave the substance of a conversation between Beecher and himself on June 1st, 1873 The interviewer says the statements made in that conversation, if true, were of the ut most siguifioanee, but Carpenter will not make publio this conversation unless OGD&X called on to testify. One remark he XEAIS made was if Theodore would make cerIn J for IS Mannfactur cf tain disavowals, be would share bis fame and fortune with him, h; would pour in subscribers to the Golden Age by thousands. The interview of which Carpenter speak occurred on the evening of the sa.ue day when Beecher wrote his touching letter, dated Sunday, June 1st, '73. Great significauce attaches to CarpenBring; on Yonr Woo! at Once ter' statement, from the fact that Beech-er'- s AND RKOMVE card exonerating Tilion from being his slanderer and detainer was published Our ftaodft in ail next day, Juue 2d, '73 Carpenter said Advantageous Tilton had no vindictive ferhng against 52-Boecber, and triod hard before publishA. RANDALL, SON &M. his Dr. to letter to Cud some Baeeu, ing means ly which Beecher should free him from the imputations cist upon him OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE. Dr. Bacou. Before he decided by to HAPPY RKLIKT FOR TOUNG MEN FROM publish Ihe letter, Dr. Bacon said to a tli efleclt of f.vrorj nni AUnanj in early lite. friend of Carpenter's: "If Tilton pub- Manhood Renlore lnipodimnnt to Van iua relishes that letter and Plymouth Church moved. Nw iiiptluxl nf treatment. New mid liwik aud Cirruliir lrnt does not reply to it within twenty-foufre, iu pohIvJ nveliiH. Addles, HOWARD a a. at suit TilSoutJi Ninth St., rhitdol-phia- , law agaiuat Mr. hours, by ASSOCIATION, P., uu Institution haTinjf a hieh ri'utatioM ton, they will have no case before the fur honorable cuvittet aud rofeuionl akiU. ChrikUan public." More cf this interview is to be printed The Broklyn Union euys uot half of tbo evidence is yet received by the Beecher iuvustiatiug committee. Moulton will he invited to testify, Mrs Tilton SCIENTIFIC AND ROM ANTIC and possibly Mr. Tilton will be again called; Beecher will come at the last T. moment. Mrs. Tilton pronounces the OK interview wi'h Mrs. Stanton utterly faNe, but will make no writ eu denial of 4 f?RNT FOR THK FOLLOWING I'OPTTLAR, such statements. iotorn.ni.xganj r!iabl buolu, aoircUa, Oueli Conuty. Native & Imported Lumber, Shwylcs, Lath, Pickets, Doors and Sash. Fancy Bnihtiny Material of every description. -- -- :o: A FIJ?E ASSORTMENT OF CELEBRATED TII3 BAIN WAGONS, Made expressly for tbis market 01 Rale at the yard. Agent for lbs v vmv u ui 1 (ail v f( (aiU CU ilU( f lULt.ll;A 1 1 Sil 1 Threshins Machin With a full supply of Extras. 10 Orders Solicited. U Alt YARD WIIITI!. IMS EXCELSIOR MILLS, AND MITCHELL WAGONS ! CITY, i tlio relief of Olot, hare runt with from Carlists, aud are suffering ro-puj- 'ieTj losses. Superior Cloili, Rlan!(. els, Yarn, BattJug;, Ete., Etc. 'day Return Rate. 8 eu-n-iig- re-mt- s, Jlcrr hanker, one of thft Dopulies Summer Stock of Dress Good s Au-relie- Cloth for Wool1 it I'.rus-congres- SALT LAKE CITY Louu, MW. I.irerpool. 2S, 6 pm. The great Prince' dock landing iSC were entirely destroyed by tire All the frry hot buatness and Uirkenhead ia teropo-- . ariiy suspended. The fire will cause '(inch inconvenience ta well as heavy ' mj. The fire eriinated from the tipping of a kettle of bulling lard. The damage by the fire at the Prinze's ck, is estimated at $1,000,000. London S. , In ihe House of Common, this Disraeli mil gi)Trnmetu had salisfactory asuuratua from tUe inferring powera in regard to the and tlmi a deUato had ?n ecnl un behalf of Great Uritain pjer rentrictioH3 alreaJy made known ) the IIoum. 1'wbert ljourke, tin of Niaie tor t oreign Hfuim, slutea thai it at believed the German Suadroon had en eout to .Span merely to protect ifrtnea residents. The Kinj of Ashantee ht pid a fur- iie malalltneut of A'H.OiV) iv ret t'liiaiu on the war idacuiuity. unquiliSsd nero JOHN BENCH, d ; thi- - ijio t who lived near Madison, Kla.. went with his son to watch for SX bear that had been eating his corn He told the boy to fire at whatever, and the consepassed a certain puim, Call att mtion To their his own killed bov quence was, the father. A duet took place on the French frontier on the morning of Jul v 1 be M tween two Trench Mitchell. Seholl and M Robert Marseilles, Nainsooks, Jaconpk It appears from a statemeut published Linens, M. Wachter, by their mutual friend, that the seconds, who acted as one of And a full stock of DRY GOODS, which they are offering W'b0haale 4 it was intended that the duel should handbe a serious affair. On being ed their weapons, the two adversaLUCKS! ries were remind id of their promise, A large Stock of not to rush in; tnd atU-- the first bout 31. Scboll, who, by the way, is Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Wall a good swordsman, begged one ol the Pap$r seconds to come nearer in so as to be At able to prevent a fatal thrust. &c the secoud bout M. Seholl nearly put his sec 'lid's eye out. which is not Orders from the Country promptly fiilled. astonishing, as he is exceedingly last and At the third bout the same gentleman ran upon M. Mitchell's sword, which went clean through his arm and snapped The wound was very severe, and was Fourth Street, Hall' JSlofk West of Main Strwt rendered mure so iu consequence of ALL KINDS OF the doctor being obliged to pull out the broken end ol the sword by the fen-cr- , point. M Mitchell, who is no and who con; equently merely held his sword straight out, (as M. Kdiiiund About did the other day when he fought with M. Ilerve,) was much astonished at the result of his tactics, and alarmed at what he hail :o: deuc. It is feared that the amputa tion will be neoessaiv. After the HILLS OF LUMEEK flllci to order at the Steam Mill, on Bair U. duel M. Mitchell embraced his adDivide, at the lovrcst rates and on reasonable terms. versary, and a reconciliation took A . We Will Supply the Above PIHST CLASS IvVuQl G-ONi- 3, At our Depot COIZNFlf WALL and FIFTHSt., OGDM& Warranted at tlio Lowct Hates for Ciwli. r tlOl-Cn- l RELIGIOUS, Tnlge Grover, Cao?s llircsliiiig Macliine, and other Agrifullaral Implomwl of the Latest Designs. Williams & 4! Cni M. D. Co. HAIMOID, Main St., Ogdcn, and Main St., Logan, Caclic Co. AG EXT roil THK ta'ri. Koiclistar, who was mainly instrutnetital in exposing ti c 1 j fiAtrunao: Orculit Mobilierisin of certain (leriiian The German (iovernineut i. reA magnificent pictorial Polyglot FatuiVy Bible tailway lines, and who is onu of the the bwt fir the prioe. to have made a ten year's :noit olToctiro orators aud influential ported F. Chamberlain' Commercial Law tvti form with Greece, treaty in the is rson.es whereby it kas Rook, adapted to the want fai1. a man Chatnbar, rniUS JPSTLT CELEBRATED WAGON IS MADE 07 THZ BEST MATBKlAt Owrge II. Nnjihej'a Jaws of Llf ni Health, f singular purity of character, who been giren the right to mate thor- for r.miWti aud frmalei. throughout aJ is irirraaieJ. for relic in all ough excavation won his jre;it iufitteace by his work. DioLcwia oa digwtion, a Soientiflo Also Dealer ia t?iid honesty. He U a parti of the latter country, and Pllgrim'a Proprmw, illuntraed by John liunjen. Citifioo. TUe Life Robiuaon and of on the Adveuturo site of the old Tem'our, and a lawyer by profession lie Wagons, ft ' 51 a cJiiiHN, in au incoroe nf stbuufc one. thousand ple of J upiter. (J recce is to have ail TerrtM Liberal. Look i am pica. ffowers the relies discovered, aud Gcrmany .i )llars a year, which he haa inheritNulky Knkes, Corn Hhellers, Feed the exclusive right to take ca.ts and aud ho this ed, SUibble Fanning; Mill Kmcrj refusing upoD, CARDOfM t It is s publish results for five years. Hhovel accept compensation from his lowi,. FIowm, CulUvators, for acy profeaaional aerrieo that also announced that Prof, tfchlimann, AND ALL Hall. Six west KINDS doors OP FARM MAOHlNKlU- of Hcelins te may rcuder thorn, as hehoo8M to! the Trojan antiquarian, Is in trouble ot with the Turkish Government, be- WATCHES, practice taw ior tiie solo pwrp CLOCKS, ifotiBj 1)U Abilities to the ruaiote-iwwo- f cause he took to Athens all the gold A Complete Assortment f JEV7ELRTt AS and silver relics ho instead dug up, jiwt auli righteous causes, , Mannfaotnrod and 'it-m he always assume the euseti of turning half of thsui over to the Frutnea IMplnre WAGON UATEB1U, f h U pwoflleuts to be. Of cumc, Constantinople Museum. Tho TurIRON AXD STEEL, UAIDWOOD, Moulding. kish Government' alleges that he Totiins on such terms, he had oo Pfeotogrnphs, or Ambrypwate-lmade an agreement to da eo, and is ImjV of clients, sad Lis tktn. i ppaUrity nsw endeavorios to epmpel liim 'ta u Vaoded thew. Plctnreii CopW. fiuons relinquish a saaro, ;fl tlio (ivruian l lntuh, jjub-h- o chu ttler W agon IJght Spring cli-ut- BROS., I LOGAN, KflT4ipwl-AUam- Iluekye TirJ"S Nw?eptakr' aad Rcaicr ulter, Grinder, lit y ' . , Agent for Diehold & Kienzlo's Safes.'