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T TELEGRAPH. '' Fires. SALT LAKE, CITY Carefully Examined Confession of a Murderer Summer Stock of Dress Good s Foreign News. Marseilles, Piques, Nainsooks, Jaconets Dress Linens, AMERICAN. Yicksburg, 4. There was less excitement in the electliAQ bas beeu fur vears. No tion disturbance ia expected. The election resulted in tbe first political victory for tbe whites since 18G7. They elect tbe entire ticket by a ln.ijor-it- y , of Z'jO. San Francisco, 4. and Van Brunt, well Alfred lenown here and in the Kst from connection with the Oilomagartno butter on company, were arrested htre y n indictment for forgery. Tbtir bail wg fixed at $10,U0O each. .. Louisville, 4. u3 store room Tbe Hope woolen m loss $:0,(MW, insurance burned 15,000.' Norwich, Ct., 4. t k W. I'otter'a woolen mill nt Dog-- t tile turned this afternoon. Loss to-da- y PrI .- to-da- $10,-insuran- 40,000. Chicago, 4. epecial S3ys lrb;wi Uokle's l'orte. In!., burned this !rerery iu LaLoss $15,000, insurance afternoon. !0,0OO. Pittsburg, 4. Ortwein, the murderer ci tbe Hamlet f tiuily, has made anoiher confession, iu which he sa j 8 be attempted to outrage the oldest girl, Id, when her ecccanis n roused the family, and li killed them nil and burned the bouse to avoid exposure. Wall ! Native & Imported Lumber, be-fo- . rices: VICTOR SEWING MACHINES. ''t A Trihune .. - Hats, Cj mmm 2 t; ' ; VlU:!.'. r tb-j- VERY LOW LOW m Shindies, Lath, Pickets, Doors and Sasli. Fancy BuiltUng Material of every description. r3 ry FOREIGN. 4. London, Itourke, in the House of Commons, today, tiaid Great Britain had uo inteu-- i inn of taking part in the ariuel intervention in JSpain, and had no ieaou to mpposv other European powers had. 'J be report that Germany had sent a uote to France "protesting ngitinst the iolia:ion of the Spanish frontier, and threatening an intervention, is pronounced unfounded. , The House of Lords, to day, threw out an important ameadmeut made by the House of Comuuna to the public regulation bill, granting parinhon- m the right to appeal to the archbbbtp in case the bishop refuses to authorize the prosecution of clergymen for ritual-- i tic practices. The accusation against Jo)imo in tii Mordaunt case has been withdrawn. The Eitrl of L'groout'is dead. It is rumored u postal convention has been concluded between France and the aa -- CELEBRATED; BAIN Excelsior Manfn'g cross-exami- ne - , MO., i grain-sayin- g, , JOHN BENCH, p WAGONS. III VVi IBllbK IV1UVI n wort-hi- BAMARD B."4-8- -- ( C not only the document which I quoted in tuy sworn statement, V J save those in Moulton's posesion, but YOTJ IUVB UNTIL many more besides, niakiag a double andful of interesting and important Call attention To tbeir papers vital to my case and destructive to yours. All of these papers I purposed to lay before you, but no sooner bad I begun to read thjin aloud in your pi than one ofyour attorneys stopped me in my reading, and proposed that I should eave tbe committee's timeby referring to these papers. One of youri members, Hon. John Winslow, ncquisce in this suggestion, and I retired fron. your committee with the expectation ot And a full stock of DllY GOODS, which they are offerino a ypeedy conference with Mr. Winslow. Uolsi' i and cal! -to Retail at Perhaps it was my proper duty on Mr Winslow, but as the whole com inittee had previously set tbe example AM' l1 of calling iu a body on one and the other A large Styck of of tbe partus to the controversy, I took if for granted that Winslow would repent ' the precedent by doing me tbe honor to ' Groceries, Boots & Shoes, Clothing, vVVtV.:,.i;;V. curl at my house, at which he would have Paper while welcome been a wailing guet, but for his coming I was called upon insieud I by a policeman, who arrested ine and carried me, at thirty minute? notice, before Justice llielly'B Police Court, to Orders. from the Country promptly Eillcd. answer a ebarge of libelling Henry W. I had whom Ueecher, ftgaiiiHt spoken not a libel but tbe truih Up to ths time of this nrrrsl 1 had employed no lawyer not needinjr any, but finding myself in the Police Court and not understanding the motive of iny arrest, nor the methFourth Street, Ogdeii, - llalflHock West of Main Strpot vv v od of court, I requested my friend. ' in the me for answer to OF ALL KINDS Morris, Judge technical proceeding which I knew not ! !! ': "Ax how to answer properly myself. Twice already I have been before this unexpected tribunal, and mny be called ITe have 12 JOOD KEASOXS why it third time on Wednesday Men they h ill Uo your work. while ruy counsel, to whom I have jut Tkoy are the cheapest to bny, shown your note, instructs me (o lay no Tbey are the best to me, documents, papers, or other testimoTney bake evenly and quickly, ny before your committee, nor to hold , Their operation is perfect, any further communication with you in They have always a good draft, :o:- any form, crept to send you this preU Thy are made of the best material, sent and final tetter containing the reaThey roast perfectly. MLLS OF LUMBER filled to order at the Steam Mill, on Bear Lal sons of this step. ,The reasons are the They tequire but little fuel, following: Divide, at the lowest rates and on reasonable terms. They are very low priced, First, yoi are a committee cf Mr. are easily managed, The;r Deecher's friends, appointed by himself. :o: They are suited to all localities, expected to act in hi behalf, assisted by Every SIoto granteed to give SatisfactloB A FINE ASSORTMENT OK TUB attorneys employed exclusively for his 80LD BY vindication, holding seartt sessions to the public, kaving no pow Co., er to compel witnesses, giving no opporMade expressly for this market on &le at the yard. Agent for the Sale tunity for tbe opposite side to " of the unrivilled, ST. LOUIS, VIBRATOR, .." such os voluntarily appear, pubBY AND lishing or suppressing their testimony as you see fit, and as my own experience !25. goes, asking bis no questions, someucii Utah. 1 1 1 IV as were irrelevant to the cast1, and d20l od ttO Ogden, Uvr-rto in omitting publish your imperfect With a full supply of Extras. Orders Solicited; and unjust report of my testimony all was side most pertinent to my own that WHITE. of the controversy. Second, the daily papers of P.rooklyn PAINTER, GRAIKER, GLAZIER, and New York have been artfully led PAPER HANGfclt, He. J day by day with crumb9 of fictifious evidence against my own characer; as , if not Mr. Peech r, but I alone were the man on trjrv!; and though I have little ii a specimen of his work he refeix to right perhaps to hold your committee reZ. "CJL I., LOGAN. : sponsible for this daily misrepresentation which may come through many The painting of which wM .done uder tlirectioo. others, yet the result is tbe name to me a if you had deliberately designed it, :' aa l that result is this, namely; I no justice either from your tribunal, since you cannot compel witnesses to testify, nor from your reporters, since they do not give impartial reports. Third, I cannot resist the conviction, though I mean no offence by expressing it, that your committee has come at last 1 for th Manufacture cf to be as little satisfactory to the public We Will Supply the Above and us to myself, that Jour verdict if you render one, eould not possibly be based j on the full facts, since you have no pow' er to compel witnesses nor verify their At our Depot . testimony by oath, tor sift it by your meeting mi Logan, Caclie County. arlists. , Ueeeiier Tilton Again. ex-pe- ot New VorV, 4. . the meeting of Plymouth' Church investigating ceiniutitee Inst evening, a letter was presented from Rev. L)r. Stuira u hich said he had no personal knowl-ilga of the matters which cuiiie before tbe committee: that he had seen the ftateroent signed by Mrs. Tilton. and referred to in Mr. Carpenter's statement. At EXCELSIOR MILLS, Fiilay cbarg-fi- , him, n. with all tiintis impliei ia th'n relation. Thi proposition I comuinoicate 1 to my Hut Jti account of his luck, of personal knowledge, Lr Storr expressed the opinion it would not be necessary tor him to appear before the commibus-han- d .. ttee." OGDEX CITY, ; expressed in thete words: "On certain occasion Mr. Deechrr solicited me to become-- a wite to XEAK . r ,'iuJ Mrs. . Tilton's testiuiouy on which contained grave Cloth for Wool1 For these reasons, which ought to have moved me earlier, I have at last instructed my council to proceed at once at his discretion, to carry my case from your jurwdietion to a court of law, and in view of this instruction from me to hold no further communication' with your committee, except this present letter, in which I have the honor to bid you farewell, in doing which allow mo to add that the respect which I am unable to entertain for your committee as a tribunal I cannot help expressing' for you each and all as individuals. Truly yours, Superior Clotli, Blank, els, Yarn, Batting, Etc., Etc. FIltST AND EICE1YE . 'Warranted at 'the Loire4! Rates for Cash. . Onr iu Iicfurn at Advantageous Kates. A. RANDALL, SON & CO. ' a Tbe Brooklyn Argus says the following interchange of letters took place yosterday between Mr. Sage, Chairman .f the lieocher Investigating Committee, SCIENTIFIC AND ROMANTIC' aud Theodore Tilton. Brooklyn, July 31, Theodore Tilton, lisq. "Deur Sir I am instructed by the or TllEOPORE TlI.TOS." committee to state the' letter r.nd docuFrank Moulton arrived at Brooklyn ments referred to in your statement 4 OKNT FOR THE FOLLOWING I'OITI.AR, to us have not been delivered, this morning. He sai l that an invitaintfrestisiganj reltabl txjokc, oiicit.i, pubtion hud been sent him to appear before lic patronage: :.otwithstanding jour several promises the A nuiKTiif'-'ninvestigating committee, and he de- pictorial Polyglot Fami!y Bible to furnish them. As your statement in i ." the absence these document ia deprived cured that, be was ready and willing to thu lKt for the tricr, F. rtmmh.rlaiiiV Cotnmprril IJaw urn! Form the before committee both if go f its greatest force, we th nk you should parties lUwk, UittH.to the wants fll.of Lift t ilefire to place them in our jessessioti; requested it. He had received no letter Pr. (Soorjt Health, Knphvy'l Lw from Reedier him to asking testify. for timle nut! Ivnialfs. and I desire to impress cu you the imThe should have been matter compromDii)Lewit on (ligeEtion, t Scientific work. portance of delivering them to us' at ised.. The committee was an "irk afour earliest convenience. Very truly rilprim' I'mgr.w, lllu.tra.otl by Jfuhn Hun yon. fair aad never should have acted except Lifo and Adventure! of Robinvon Ci um. H. W Saok, Chairman. vours, as a means of but, MbVruI. I.vok at rnmjlo!t. compromising, says Term T.rooklyn. August S, 1874. ' Ji- - i To Mr. lienry W, Sage, Chairman tf he. it happens thai I am here in lime to fn the shall be case, evidence my testify the Committee. have just received requested iu writing by both Ueecher "My dear aud Tilton, He expressed regret at the yournota of July 31st, four day after situation, but said the atfair has Unless you misdated ,ii the prestut jc date. ' communication should have come to me now reached such a pass that all tbe Six doors west of Meeting Hall This leads me to re- fact must come out, Mjvcrel days ago. , tail a similar dilatorines in the deliveiy . ? WATCHS,; of your original cote, first summoning ..., .clocks.'. An interesting prob'citi - of the tue to your committee, which I received A JEWCLRV, .. .:,-- .s w, why the Aarkkak-- ln only four hours before; I was to appear, ' f' t MnunrnrtorfilandKi'jwrwI. mil yet the summons bore date of the dians, steadfast frietids of the whites IMrlaiH Fwraw nnd' for over half a cetiturr.' are without Albunitk, lay previous; .hut let these trills- pa-note me recclred. .urprjsM Vur j rrns ,nd alnnJuniti.n whi!e the h Pkotogrrphs, or Ambrotypes accuratei cootents, for you seem to hre far i taken" ly tile Sioux are armed with "Spencer gotten lbton the Uit dtr of bit appear' '4C before Copied. yur com,nii;tee, I earned to riflts. . pre-ceut- CORNER WALL and FIFTIISL, OGDEX CJood S2-3r- EELIGIOTJS; - Tutljo J. Grovcr, Uintah. Utah. ed CLASS; WAGONS, " Bring on Your Woo! at Once . . Case's Threshing Machine, and other Agricultural Implement ' or me Latest Designs. Williams & Co. M2-C- M; D. HAIMOID, Main St., Ogden, and Main St., Logan, Cache ! , AGENT FOR THE "V Co. ' t i Q ..... I , .''". fir,I J . f CARD ON BROS.. LOGAIS, ... i mills , "i JUSTLY CELEBRATED WAGON IsWaDE OF THE BEST ibrongboat and is warranted. ' ' Also Dealerjia .... 4 ' MATERIA " " M Klit Npriti Wagons, gweepstaUe TIircliaff ?JaliiiHM, ISui'kV,Te MoWcrs and Iteapr! SulKy Hakes. Corn Sliolkrs. Fie5 Cwttcrs, Fanning 3liIIst Emcrr tSrlmlfrs, Stubble Flows, Shovel Vlous. Cultivators, AND ALL KINDS OF FIAIUI M AC U IN Ely1 I ; r e - s j.t , - ... -- . - of .Couiplete Xssoirtiiieot t .......... t Picture MATERIAL, Affcnt-fo- F -- - llARDWOOn, IROX Biebold Ar! AXD STEEL, Kioiizle's EH.