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&Y TELEGRAPH. AMERICAN. Memphis, 7. A dispatch from Soniertilie, TtHn., ?uj s a riot was progressing there. Two iiitu were killed and u number wounded. JS'egroes were pourinsc iu from the country in answer to u demand by Two companies of militia and a number of volunteers leave by special train for that city tit 8 o'clock. Tbe lighting commenced iu a shooting ofl'my between two inen kuown as Oscur 15ui ton uud 1'uul lieeves, both of wboto were killed. St Louis, 7. A body, idetilified as that of an inmate of a city brothel, by the name of Kate llmtwell, was found iu a suburban orchard yesterday. The pur.ie with whom was riding on Wednesday night are of having murdered her, and several persons have botn arrested. Cincinnati, 7. victims of The bodies of twenty-twthe "1'at llogers'' ditaater have been tele-jrip- family and his church that an investigation was demanded to prove his innocence; and it has been with a seBse of danger to every delicate and pure woman that is so often claimed in this case there must be a suspended judgment. I regard this treatment of my brother as a declared war on womanhood. It is practically saying Met any vile woman, or vile man, accuse any innocent woman of a most disgusting crime and she shall be suspended before the public as guilty till she proves her innocence.' In the d public papers already, pure and ladies are being assailed as my brother is, and I ask every honorable man who has a wife or sister to come to the reseue, by maintaining that all persons shall be treated as slanderers who circulate unprovoked attacks on established character. This is not written in aid of a brother who is sure to be still more beloved and rccpected than ever. It is aa appeal for protection for my sex. "Catjieuisk E. Bkecukb." distin-guikhe- The steamboat "Samuel Roberts" blew a in the West tip at ten o'clock shouls of the Ohio river. The watchman was killed; another man was d:ug'iiously scalded and six were severely injured. New York, 7. The members of the Committee Mate that it is still uncertain whether lieeaher will present written testimony or The report to an oral examination. tiiat be has drawn up a statement is preiiiuture. It is thought that he will uot be called on before Monday evening. It is said that the Committee may not give in their report until Autumn, when many important witnesses', who are now in the country and at the watering places, have returned aud can give their ovidence. Dr. Slorr publishes a short letter this morning, in wlich he says that he did not make the remark credited to him in the report of Mrs. Tilton's testimony; also that oa the testimony of the letter written by Mrs. Tilton the dictation of her husband, and ou that alone, he believed leecher to be guilty, lie had excused himself from prolouged convention on the subject, but did not refer her to his wife. The Brooklyn Eagle publishes an interview with llcniy C. liowen, who is represented as saying of the Beecher-Tiito- n case, "This en ire busii.e'S has caused me much paiu. I have had no hand in it, and JoBt wi"a to have. The publio will yet leai u that the attacks 1 on me were brutal and iu them deference undir only keep quiet tj my family. Although my name has been mixed up in the scandal, I have not made any charges against anybody yet, and therefere 1 have uot beu invited by the committee to appear. If sub-- p i'aed into court I will have to appar." Dowen alluded lo the agitation showed by Mrs. Hooker in Plymouth Church, being caused by her belief in Deccher's immorality, and but for that she whs retrained she would have aunouueed it to t':e Congrega ion. Being asked if he, (ueecher) ever did him an injury, he fid: "1 could construe his course 1 consider it among my duties, iievcrtheless, to retain my position and pew in the church, because I intend to be there after him. as I was there before bun.'' As to Tilton, Bowen said he did not cire which way it went with him. "The end must necessarily justify tae before the public, and 1 shall never go down to my grave without saying something concerning my relations with this hoandal. Moulton" continued Bowju, ' is placed in an awkward position, but I believe he will tell the truth. The statement Woodbull offered the committee should have been received, aud were I a member of the committee 1 would accept testimony from any source. V Moulton was busily engaged in the preparation of his statement to bt tultmitted to the investigating committee. Several mewbpra of the committee having intimated their intention to leave t.ne city afternoon for the country, requested their chairman, Mr. S ige, to make arrangements with Moulton to postpone his statement uu til Monti ij. Accordingly Mr. Sage wrote to Moulton, laying the above facts before him And suggesting that he present his statement on Monday afternoon, which proposition was acquiesced in by Moulton. He will iitipiur before the committee at three o'clock ou Monday. Iu the evening the committee of investigation met, the consultation lasting about two hours, and at its conclusion the members visited the residence of Mr. Beecher. There will be no sessiou of the commit-ta- e evening. The Tribunt publishes the following: Sir Until recently I had supposed tJ seoulur and especially the religious press would maintain the cacied rule of justice that established character is full evidence against unproved attacks 1 had supposed the charges against such a character would be treated as a slander t.H fully proved. I am the elder sister of seven ministers of Christ of whom I can say that from their early childhood 1 never kuew an impure word or act by them, and therefore whan one, who from early youth has proved a model lover and husband, was accused by a hapless woman tortured into in temporary insanity, I supposed his character was his sure protects, nl felt ii aa jnjult to his, hi to-du- Vir-liiui- y ub-m- it uu-d- er To-da- y self-accusati- Quebec, 7. The inhabitants of Portneuf, Bazille coumy, have been greatly terrified recently by rumblings and earth heavings in that vicinity, and many have left their homes. London, 7. Tbe Parliament was prorogued Que.n, in her message, refers to the to-da- friendly relations with foreign powers, mnl expluins the position of the government in regard to the international Congress at Brussels, which is substantially as before made public. She alludes with favor to the negotiations for the reuewal of the reciprocity treaty between the United States and Canada, and laments the condition of Spain, but favors the The repolicy of nou intervention. maining portion of the message treats of n the condition and welfare of Great and her dependencies. Madrid. 7. The Republicans have relieved Tierel, and the Carlists who have been besieging tbe city, have fled. n The judicial investigation in the of Marshal l'riru has resulted in the indictment of fifty more persons. ' Vienna, 7. The iWw Free frest of this city reports that the Duke de Cases, French Minister of Foreign Affaire, has complained to the British government that Germany is seeking a quarrel with France. Tne complaint is based on a conversation held July tfOth, betweeu the Duke and Prince liohenlohe. the German embassador at Paris, when the latter stated that Germany, irrespective of the action of other powers, would lake what steps it tbouglit proper against the discriminations made by tbe French in favor of the Carlists, io violatiou of their obligation of neutrality. A letter from Parana, dated August 1st, says that last week the towu of the village of Guamar and another small place, with nearly 45,000 rations, were burned by' the Spaniards, doubtless for the want of transportation and for fear of their falling into the hands of the Cubans. The inhabitants of the places burned have arrived at Puerto Principe. The villages ofCal-deroaud Unas have been captured by tJabaiu. aud tbe Saunas plantatitu, near Santa Clara, has bien sacked by them. In the hills near Cienfuegos there was u lively skirmish between the Cubans and guerrillas. Spanish accounts say that five Cubans were killed. There were reports ef serious disasters to Spanish forces in the d strict of Ilolguin. It is said that Espanda and Basconei were taken prisoners and the former executed by the Cubans. Three hundred Spatish troops were killed and a heavy and valuable convoy captured. The Sun't Vicksburg special says State Superintendent of Education, and late Circuit Clerk of that coumy, and Dorsey, his successor, have forged a number of warrants of the coumy. Dorsey is is arrested, but Cordoxo has gone north. Both colored. Bii-tai- assas-inatio- n Cor-doi.- have a bed that will (with good ' 13 merely usage) last a lifetime. It or a tick, tha same as tor straw, Call Mtemtlun To their the in uPPer husks, with opening side to insert the hand for stirring, and filled with cut paper. .Now, reader, do not throw aside tins paper with diegust, but if tor nothing out will do curiosity, finish the article, it be inNainsooks, Jacoimt no harm; possibly you may work of duced to make oue. The cutting the paper is not such a long And a full stock of DRY GOODS, which they are offering Wh c'1JS:i!c l job as you would think. Take Retail at straw of clean paper (except "VIS wrappings) and fold it, or roll, to that can be cut with oue clip of the A large Stock of shears, and then cut it: you need not albe particular as to the width, Boots"& Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Wall Paper though the narrower it is the cut Groceries, the better it is. These clippings are like little curls or riusof paper, and lie almost as light as feathers, and af&c ter using the bed they will uot break up and grow fiue and dusty; Orders from the Country promptly fiillcd. t but arc clean aud can ba stirred as light 83 when first used. I have heard people who have slept on them say, "they were the best beds they ever slept on " Half Block West of Main I prefer them to feathers or com- Fourth Street, Ogden, ALL KINDS OF mon mattrasscs; hair nut trasses are farmfew of us but of nicer, course, er's wives can afford to buy them; whereas, the paper bed we can have without cost, except the work, and in that, the smallest child you have, who can use a pair of shears, will help you, aud if not kept busy too long at a time, will think it but play. The same material makes uicc pillows for lounges, chair cushions, cradle BILLS OF LUMBER filled to order at the Steam Mill, on Bear Lde ticks, etc. I have a box to keep Divide, at the lowest rates and on reasonable terms. waste paper in, which is out of the way, and at the same time handier :o: and when it is full than the rag-baA FINE ASSORTMENT OF Till I cut them into another box, and put them into the tick. I use the same ticks that I have used for straw; wash Made expressly for this market on sale at the yard. Agent for the Sale th'em and sew up the openings, so of the unmalled, VIBRATOtt as they arc just large enough for the hand to pass through readily; three openings arc sufficient. Cincinnati Timet. I SALT LAKE CITX, - Summer Stock of Dress Goods Marseilles, 'Piques, v Dress Linens, d any-kin- It Y LOW l KICKS: VICTOR SEWING MACHINES, rO REIGN. e How to Make a Good lied. o, a-t- LUMBER IT ARB, Strf Native & Imported Lumber Shingles, Zat7i, JPicJids, Doors ami Sash. Fancy Building JIaterial of every description. -- CELEBRATED BAIN grain-saYin- WAGONS, g, Threshing Machine With a full supply of Extra. JOHN BENCH, Orders Solicited. BARXAItD WHITE. PAINTER, GRAINER, GLAZIER, PAPER IIAXGEJJ, Etc., Hiog-uiiA$ Cache County. , ipcclmen of hi work h Z. C. M. i. FISH MITCHELL WAGONS ! rvferi to I., LOGAN. rp palotioj of which wai duaa under hit Th M BRO'S diractiou. J-- tf ? Cloth for Wool' EXCELSIOR MILLS, XEAIt OGI)IL CITY, It fur th Manufacture f Superior Cloth, Blank cts, Yarn, Batting;, Etc., Etc. Bring ou Your Wool at Once AJtD EKCEIVE Our Good in Return at Advantageous Kates. A, RANDALL, SON & CO. 52-3- m We Will Supply the Above FIRST OIiASS WAQONS, At our Depot COBNEll WALL and FIFTH St, OGDES t Warranted at the Lowest Eatcs for Cash. Case's Threshing Machine, and other Agricultural Implements of the Latest Designs, Williams KELIGIOUS, For the Feel. , & Co. Tor cold feet the best remedy is to SCIENTIFIC AND ROMANTIC dip thttin every night aud morning iu a basin of cold water, and afterward Xutlgpo T. Main St., Ogdcn, OF rub them with a dry coarse towel. To Cache Co. Main Logan, harden the feet, tauuic acid has been AGKXT FOR THE FOR THE FOLLOWING POPULAR, lined with success. Km ploy it in the AGENT reliable booki, eoiiciu, imb proportion of five grains to a fluid ueApnrruhase: ! maprniflrent pictorial Polyglot Family Bible unco of water. To correct ofi'ensire me neat or I tie price. smell of the feet, bathe them in a F. Chamberlain's Commercial Law and Form weak solution of permanganate of po- Book, adapted to the waoti f att. Dr. George It. Naphey'i Lewi of Life and Health, (THIS JUSTLY CELEBRATED WAGON IS MADE OF THE BEST MATERIAL tass; one scruple to eight ounces of lor mate ana lenultu. water. Dlo LewU oa digeition, a Scientific work. For absorbing excessive perthroughoat and is warranted. Pil(trim'e Progreee, illiwtra by John Itunyon. foration of the Icet, mix together AIbo Dealer in Tbe Life and Adreuturee of Kobineon Crneoe. seven ounces of the carbouate of magTerm Liberal. Ixtok at Sample. Wagons, Swec'us.nkes' Threshing nesia, two ounces of powdered Machines, Mowers Ileapcrs, alum, seven ouucea of orris Corn Feed Cnttera, and dram half a of powdered root, Mills m. d. hahhond; Schuttler Wagon Grover, Uintali. Utah. and St., 1 Uht Sprkig and Burkeye bulky Itakes, Shellcr. banning l lows, ShovelEmery Grinders, Snlble cal-ein- en CARDON BROS., LOGAN, cloves. A man who wss seen coming" but of a Texas newspaper office with lus nose split open, one eye gouged out, and ao ear chawed off, explained to a policeman that he was not a subscriber he had simply entered the office to ascertain if the editor was in. "And he was in," lie mournfully Six doors west of Meeting Hall. watches, CLOCKS. ! . j Maaufmrtured and Frnmea aad Moalding. , Piotogr&pi.!, or AnibrotjrpM ' I Picture Copied. 4 cuTte- ' M MACHINERY. A Complete Assortment of JEWELRY, Rnptirti. A5M) 4 Albania, Pirtur . Flows, Cultivator, AND ALL KINDS OF FARM WAGOX MATERIAL, DABDWOOD, IRON AXD STEEL, lit Apont for Biobold & Kionzle's Safes.