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4r.OO I 1.1 AaLai ess i :P"U ? r r rr : ; ( Oft BERT. UTA1E. iF Post Office: Ogden AND CLOSING OF MAILS, ARRIVAL ARRIVALS, 6.4S p.m. 7.4o a.m, 7.50a.m. daily, I lt Lake City, double Vest Through Mail daily Mail daily Bust, 'Through 6.4) p.m. 8 40 Mt Ik citT' dou,,!o dily Mail West, Through Mail daily daily Hunt Through - a ra- - 6.3t p.m. .20 p.m. 8.40 a.uu - - M 7.00 a.m. anI the Hast 6.00 p.m. , ukr imd tho West r ......... ..n. " Vvtnefen Wtnm. l" for Rll'u Ul'lln'Ji fur Rich County, h.e aud leave the latter place 2 p.m. YYerfnosdave and Saturday, at 1 - Por Salt Luke ,,l l . w County, daily 2.00 p.m. Itorth Onen aim J- and Satur- ttuutsville, Wednesday, and Slat.rsville, inel'laia'city Mondavs and Thursday Vl.ua, Wednesdays tfooperan nd Saturdays " v Delivery 7.00 a.m. 2.00 p.m. 7.00 a m. 6.15 p.m. gw.ral DEPARTMENT RK01STR-. 3 Open from 9 a.m- to p.m MONEY OmCK DBPARTMKMT. 3 p.m. Oien from 9 a.m. to from 6 a.m. to B p.m. Dcor Outside ''jQgfj.u HALL, Postmanter. Trains - - C. r. trin Arrives G. P. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. C p.m. 8 30 a.m. 7.46 6.40 6.20 8.50 7.50 5.40 8.40 6.30 leates 0. P. train armes fj. C. and leaves it " ii U. N. and train arrives leavei TELEGRAPH. - AMEKICAN. ; pavWnh, 10. di'stroypd the post oflice and other buildings at Darien,Ga. Lossf $50,000. St. Loui, 10. Gov. Woodson has ordered an election on Janutry 20th, for delegates to the constitutional convemion. . z A fire Boston, 10. The (rial of Jess Poiueroy. (tie hoy The murderer, was concluded in of in a murder verdict jury brought (be fust degree, with u recommendation to mercy. Chicago, 10. King Kalakaua and snite arrived here at 3 30 this afiernooa over the Chicago, Ills Burlington & Quincy railroad. Majesty was indisposed and did not stop. He was suffering Jrom a bi lions attack, and kept his car by advice of physicians, poslponing his inspection of the city until his return. The king left over the Pittsburg & Fort Wayne road at 5.15 to-da- . , T Washingion, pni. ' 1 10. Pnge Brothers have arranged with the foreign affairs committee to be heard on Tuesday next in reference to the resolution directing the coium.ttes to inquire what legislation is necessary to prevent the importation of coolies for servile labor and Chineee'woaien for prostitution. John C Kondrup, Danish vice consul here, died this morning. V. V. Smith, claimant to the Governor- ship of Arkansas, arrived hera The Republican senators in caucus on Arkansas affairs ailjourned without y. t p m. at aS,rd Third Ward 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. , Episcopal Omrch at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. at (Child'. IUB), at 7.30 p.m. 5 choo.-houK- . coming to any conclusion, The president has Appointed Benj Moran, of Pennsylvania, for ainy years Osdcn City Opea secretary of legation at London, minister W. Turnorn Jiewi DopoU tt resident to Portugal; also Wickham axceptttd. Try day, Sunday Hoffman, secretary of legation at London; Robert R. Hill, of Illinois, ecrctary of ' at Paris.. These appointment?, legation F. S. BICHARBS, made with a lurge number of other senwere sent the to, tbi recess, during .v ' ; And ate lbe Democratic senators naVe ngreed KOTARY rUBLIC, vote solid y for Thurman as president lo Utah. Ogden City, pro tern, against Carpenter, who will he It is nominated by the Republicans. Wilson will be Vice President thought TASSER Jr., compelled again to vacate the ohair. Isew York, 10. in tlwiiHpreme entered been , has Suit Ofiice with Count J ivcuo. of the name of the in Court Utuhs Ogden Cittt State of hew York, by Attorney General I'ralt, against Hugh J. Jewett and (he Erie railway. It is stated that while Jewett was elected in July last president AND JEWELER,. for the year, he, as director, wade a conWATCHMAKER ""d dw Clocks tract with the directors of th? company Oealsr in Vatche, WIDjS. as president for ten years, an i th Ma.d Mare, MAIN 8TRECT. to all Repairing iatly done and company became bound fo'pny hirn for his Bervice 5p4U,UW per npaum, a portion The a in cash and the the contract was iltorny general says the' salary grossly and and void, legal SrButltur Library ATTORNEY AT LAW to-da- y. ATTORNEY AT LAW - the-eoj!- -- J. S. LEWIS, at rest-in-notes- REPROVED. I 1 ? The Times cites as a fact that 7,000 mechanics and 2.0001ab"rers hae abandoned the trades' unions here during the last year as an evidence jof the dcoUniug r-,. power of such organization. A match game oi miliums ior of the Vnffd'was and the champions-hiat Tammany Hall, be played tween Budolphe and Garn'iff. The game CALL ON DR. MURPHY, POST OFHCB, MAIN ST., OGDEN. , Office-OPPO- SITE Owwcitmn Fee, $1.'W. . r.l-3m- J , The world In full of Children crying for Was ' 1 a. Ekw OWU nun poiul, uu u ('iniru w a 10 Collendar table.. Rudolpll wt'uJGar-nier'- s score, 837; winner's "avirae," 14- - Candied Castor" ' ' Oil. M i j exhorbitant. DOCTOR OR TOO WANT A THOMS0NUN v f Tliomsoiiiou Mediclae, delicious effective 26-4- 1. The tat and is mU en f thP Castor Oil New York, 10. 4iid harmlewi. The arrument on the order to show Id bill, of particulars-8ht- u cause why irely ,wrconi. r Beecher-Tlltootlmrtic DOvreM irranied in not be i..... v ! i u rx before Judge McCue suit came up UrLaiii's 'Vermifuge Bonbons in general term, in the court room at V?m Brookhn. Tilton was present, cneur Are .liaKt awd nctiv, Thy 2a l4 ctsjxir box. man opened the argumenir by, reading tL, and crv for theiii.. Price the order to show cause. For Sale by Morris then read the sffida ,37' ifii aU othi-- d; ugg;it4. , , til of 7'itton. It recipes that the sum total tit the knowledge now possessed by him of the conduct complained of be tween Henry Ward Bcecher and Eliza : hpth R. Tilton,' "and off the 'time and Tilanes thereof, consist in' confessions made by Beecher lo Francis D. Moulton, 1 A M y.S 1YTT.T.TAMS vriSHKS TO r?OR3t Emma R. Moulton, Theodore Tilton and th la ttwwtwa puhlic that he ha opened lor Elizabeth ahove line at hi hP fl$ lrtirs; ... confessions .. T t matby VI ..1.- iv. iuuuiton, iviariuu to n. iiuum iition if j7 oof to Arxt I l, 4tQfr,..t llradshaw, Florence Tilton, Theodore Tilton and other persons, and nets, de claratiocs aud conduct by Beecher and Whwehe will VenhUofaikoreof Mrs. Til(o, tending to proof, without patronage. tid loeating nets at any times or with arious circumstances aot amounting lo KepalriDcr, tteaiiiiwrrtc direct proof, derived from e:ts, oral de Dispaicb. ,y jt. clarations, and written papers and Uoc 8 ATI SF ACTIOS OCARAJCTRW. iimen s of JJeeber and .v Uaat the eoHleemLs TiltuB tt! n i to-da- y ",M r ZC. it '1' TAIL0HINO. y 'Ei-Judir- e 1 1 i tt. Fifth Street !!.. Ogden, w pl-.ce- other-person- Mt a,. s - , i OCDErJ DIRECTORY. i 7 i 'BLISHBD.SBMIBBKLT, i i' WEDXESDAYand TlMDA i ffo. 105 - SA f - Y.) 16, IS71. WEJfESDAY,.IKE3fiJbR made to him named but" two specific occasions and but. two places when and where criminal conduct was had, name ly, one at the housf ef the defendant, in Brooklyn, on the 10th of Oct , RU3, eml the other at the house of (he plaintiff, ou the 17th of OcU' 18GS. But the de ponent is not absolutely certain that the above arc the precise dass given by said confessions, but ts. positive they were about and very near those two nays Nor is deponent positive that the places assigned to these dates were as above fUted, it being possible thatlhe inter course stated above as occurring on the 19th of Oct., 1868, may have oeen at the iiouse of deponent, and that ou the 17th of (Jet , 1 808, at the house of the defendant. And deponent further says that the conies'ions made to him admitted various acts of adultery by defendant with the wife of the deponent between the 10th of Oct., 13u8, and the spring of lb70; but did not particularize any time or place otherwise than as stated; that deponent does not expect to be able on trial to prove by any any such intercourse, or to prove any detinue time or plnce when or where such intercourse occurred except by confessions, and that they are the only proof of adultery charged within the control or th knowledge of deponent, and which he expects to be able lo offer on the trial. Tilton cone udes his affidavit by asking the court in case the bill of particulars is granted, to insert a clause to the fol lowing effect: But this order is not lobe so construed or applied as to prohibit plaintiff from introducing evidence of corifresions, acts, declarations, writings and documents, which may be admirable under the general rules of evidence, as if this order bad notib'f n'made, and which dc not in tertvt (efer to any particular act or time"ofadulte'rv. but prov ing hy such evidence ihe adulierous.in?! teraourse charged in the complaint, el though it may not (hereby appear to have been committed on any .particular day. or at any particular place. After the arguments of counsel had been heard, the courl took; the papers and reserved its decision. ; New Orleans, 10. A Jackson, MissM special says the proclamation of Gov. Ames convening the legislature is almost unanimously conT. Cartoso. t ian whom no demned. man has done more to create this trouble declares that a race conflict is now on us and the negro wetneu are ready to commence with an axe and koite to slaughter whin women and"! children. One fact should be noted: only country negrors have been drawn intj the deThe town negroes are too monstration. smart. lo be duped by their lea lers.' The actual number of negroes killed in Monday's fight is probably 100. Forty-eigh- t men were buried intone field yesterday. , im gJ "- at the legation was read, also the correspondence between Von Arnim and the foreign office, concerning the loss of several papers recovered through the count's sou in a letter accompanying them. The count said he believed other missing papers were not in his possession, and then the re port of the prince was read, declaring that the documents unaccounted for numbered thirty-six- . These referred to of German missing soldiers, s of the violations and frontier. snbjec on the d icumenis missing Eight Years' lit .gut Ion for $7.50. From the New Haven Palladium The case of llotchkiss agt. Hoey, which has been in court for nearly eight years, has reached the Supieme Court. The emallness of the sura involved 57.50 and the principle embodied in the suit make its in the highest court ot the State a subject of considerable com ment. Ou January 29th, 18G7, on the public highway leadbg from Cheshire to "Waterbury, the plaintiff was driving a sleigh containing a pleasure party and drawn by six horses, when the defendant appeared before him with a sleigh and comparatively no tam at persisted in walking Us horse. The plaiutiff desired the defendant to turn out so that his pleasure party might pass, but he was implacable. For two long, dreary miles, the plaine tiff alleges, the sleigh was unnecessarily, wrongfully, aud un ma slow lawfully f walk immediately forward ot the plaintiff's team." It was not until George Iline's house was reached that the defendant allowed the plaintiff to pass. The feelings of the plaintiff at the time can be imagined, but it is difficult to conceive of a deliberate journey to a lawyer's office, jmd an overhauling of the statute books. "An act conee rning the driv ing of carnages nd the management of steamboats" vaa found. The pen alty for the violation of the statute is S7.S0, half to the town in which the violation is done and half to th informer. A suit was at once brought before a justice, and Mr. llotchkiss . FOREIGN. f ,,. that ia be got a judggot his 10. Ilendage, ment for that amount. The case was Gen. Loma is preparing a proclamathen taken to the Superior Court, on tion, summoning the Carlisi insurgents an to surreti'lrr within eight 'days, and appeal, and thence to the Supreme threateus to devastate the country occu- Ciuit by the plaintiff, because the pied by them in case tuf further resist- defendant's driuurrer that the declaance, ration was insufficient was sustained. Madrid, 10. Ki-years of litigation for $7.50 Marshal Serrano leaves lor the North has cost somebody something f r immediately. 10. counsel M London? fees, and will cost somebody The storm was very disastrous to the more before the climax ia reached. shipping. A dozen vessels are ashore at es one-hor- se one-hors- , , ht , : Whitley, and one is reported sunk with all hands on board. Heavy damage was dotie to the works in the harbors of Jersey. Two hundred yards of pier were swept away aud blocks of coucrete weighing several tons displaced and broken. The storm ,was, very severe on The telegrnpli Lues bethe continent. tween Switzerland and Paris' are down and communication interrupted. Caen Alexander Mactier, of Baltimore, was married yesterday to Virginia, daughter of the late Hon. J. Bro. ks, of New York, in the Roman Catholic church of the Assumption, Holborn. Minister Schenck was present and Monscignier Cabot performed the marriage ceremony. 10. Berlin, ... . . t V t. ; me- itvouArunn inai conmenceu on Prefis Wednesday and c ntinoed repotters were permuted to be present, except during the reading of otDcial doc uments affecting the ecclesiastical policy of the empire.: The indictment accuses the count of deriliction in official duly in abstracting a lare number of official documents from the legation ut Paris, while Germnn embassador, at court the count claims lie Soino of the popi-.rrestored, others he regnrds as Lis pri vate property mid rcfut-elo lestore, and others he professes to have no knowledge ! he report of Prince Hnheu of. ut rarif, li,ue, the Uerman enicas.-a.lote-da- . tht s s I r An orator at a colored Democratic jollilieation in Opelika, Ala., illustrated the amount of plunder that "Rads" give their colored voters in this story: "Sam and Jack went 'possum bunting, and caught a little 'possum. They put the varmint on Jack went to sleep, and to cook. Sam, smelling how good the little 'possum was, conceived the idea of trying him. A taste did not suffice; he by degrees ate the whole animal. Now ho was troubled about Jack. A bright thought came. He greased Jack's mouth and hands rind hid the borne by his side.' When Jack awoke ho suielled .'possum strong, but he faw none in the pot. 'Look yor, Sam, whar dat "possum?" 'Go Look at off! you cat him up, Jack. vour bauds and mouth, and see deru nones.' 'Well, Sani, cf 1 cat dat fi U less enact; dan any be 'pcviuni Yes, thy e:it 'poMiiui tber I secdl' the 'pofsutn and grease iho ruwu'Ls . e po T E' groeti $1.00 PKR Qlt. Progress of Cremation. From the Boston Daily Advertiser A second act of cremation lias brtu successfully performed in the same oven at Dresden in which the body of Lady Dilke was consumed. Tin; occurrence took place on the evening of the 6th inst. The body was pgaiti that of a lady, the young wife, aged only 23, of a South German physician. The hall around the furnace was decorated with flowers, and in every other rcsptct the solemnity which should attend so serious a rite was duly observed. No clergyman be found to take could, however, pait in the ceremony aud speak a burial address over the dead body, go Iltrr Siemens, the constructor and proprietor of tho oven, delivered a brief but impressive speech, after which the coffin was committed to the flames. The process of cremation was screened from theyes of tho lady's friends by aB iron door, but a small number of physicians and other scientific men witnessed the operation through a slit in the wall. They the spectacle as free from ;; offensive either to ihe senses or the imagination. The current of hot air burning up the body appeared as a transparent flame of a ule redj dish hue. There was no smoke or any unsightly transformation of the body. When the coffin was consumed the. body appeared iu its natural state, tbeu red hot, and at last uppiarod to de-Hcri- be anj-thin- be of translucent white. From this it crumbled into ashes. Up to the period of Ls entire consumption by the flames the process was merely as a rapid drying up Alitor seventy-eigh- t minutes all organic matter was gouo and nothing remained but a small heap of ashes, which was conveyed awjy in an urn. llet of His Fa. Getting ,the rifeiioncr.H. From tho Worcester Spy. Old Dr. Strong, of llartfvrd, Wf s not often outwitted. Ou one occasion he. had invited a young minister to preach for him, who proved rather a dull speaker, and whose seruiou was unusually long. The people became wearied, and as Dr. Strong lived near the bridge, ab'jut tho time for the commencement of the afternoon service he saw his people flocking across the river to tho other church. He readily understood that they feared thfct they should hear the same young man iu the alteruoou. Gathering up his wits, which generally came at his bidding, he said to the youu minister: '31y brother across the river is very feeble, and I know ho will take it kindly to have you preach to his people, and if you will do so I will give you a note to him, and will be as much obliged to you as 1 would to have you preach for me, and I want you to preach tho same seruien you preached to my people this morn, ing." The young minister, supposing this to be a commendation of his sermon, started off iu good spirits, delivered his note, and was invitsd to preach most cordially. He saw leibreMiim one half of Dr. Strong's people, aud they had to listen one hour and a half to tho same humbrum sermon thy heard iu the morning. They uuderstood the joke, however, aud said they would never undertake to ruQ away from Dr. Strung agaiu. A Lowell mill girl the other day said to a director who wished her to consent t a reduction of wages : "Before I'd do it, I'd sc yon and yonv wholo graspiu' set iu To phi-c- t pump-i- u' thunder at three cents a clap !"