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and first became acquainted with Evans through her sister, having been a friend of "his" former wile. Evans proposed marriage, but parents opposed the match. Evan's however, induced her to go to mother. Baliarat with "him." The marriage took place there. For a fortnight Hers is a peculiar case: "Bride after they were married they lived and bridesmaids were ready, the separately, she residing at an hotel; church was lighted r.nd the clergy- subsequently they lived together. man stood waiiing, in Galveston, last IN APPEARANCE Wednesday, but no bridegroom ap- the man is feminine as personated peared. August Ilummorder, a Ger- regards the formation of features, man youth, had dressed for the cere- but carries a decidedly masculine demony, and then, in sheer despair at expression, though her face is is She iniant'a. an as void of hair the thought of facing the matrimonrather short of stature, regarded as a ial music, had shot himself through man, being about five feet four inthe bond." Now, if he had shot ches or five feet five inches. Her himself ufror the ceremony, it hair since her confinement in the hospital has grown almost te her wouldn't have been so bad. shoulders. Some time ago she met with an accident in the mine in was working, an'i thereby Tbkhb is a compensating good that which she severe wound en the sustained a most of us never discern or appreci- head. The doctor who attended her ate in nearly all our troubles. For NEVER HAD THE SLIGHTEST SUSPICION instance, we are perhaps on the eve or HEX SEX. of a long and severe winter; but when same The gentlemen were afterwards our mind reverts to the fly season called in to attend Evans while she through which we have just passed, was Buffering from a dangerous atwe feel tempted to say The longer tack of fever, but then again the imposition escaped detection. Miss and more severe, the better. Marqand,the young lady with whom one marriage was celebrated, says Adelina Patti's recent reapper-anc- that Evans represented to her that in Paris drew a small audience, "hi" had two children by his former wife there being only 70,000 francs or in France, and that these had been $14,000 in the house. That's a starvation business; if Patti will only come sent to Ireland. Two gentlemen visited her soon after the cose was to Ogden we will do something handmade known at Sandhurst. To them some for her. she said in reply to interrogations. not long ego little Maud was ti n inferred to Cummins for ten year1, at the end of which period she will revert to her Du Tour, agreed r.nd lasted every morning, (Mondays exoeptad), ty tb v x Jtwcnox Pktktinq Association (Inoorporated.) " Utm 11 W U temwn nkarlnat ra baata thaw tattooed pawicauua tlinn Vuu; totfcaXditsr. 16, 1879. Sbkdat Momiho, Nov, BISMARCK'S ILLNESS. The illness of Bismarck it regarded with the utmost solicitude at home, and with; great Interest' abroad. are Hopes of his ultimate recovery not indulged in, and already there is considerable speculation as to the effect of his death upon the tangle of European affairs. The powers are at present disposed to refrain from agitation of the great questions which hare for so many years dis- turbed the peace of Europe; but plotting continues, and the re moral by death of Bismarck would very much complicate matters, and hasten a diplomatic coup by some one of the disputants. Germany would certainly suffer, temporarily, by his loss, and the other nations would be eager to profit by her misfortune. There is probably no man alive whose death would so imperil the peace of Europe as. that of Bismarck, and his would be much more than taking-of- f a local, or national, calamity, not that no one will be found to fill his position, but that in the lapse be tween hU death and the securing of f " a competent successor, Germany will be at a disadvantage, and the injury then inflicted upon her interests may never be fully repaired. With Bismarck off the political chess board, the greed and jealousy of rival na-tions will once more bemanifest,and f the result is a full subject for speculation for all concerned. That Germany is apt to soon experience the fate of most of those who repose their entire trust in princes, cannot reasonably be doubted. She ha permitted the government and sei" fish 4 . Bismarck to become almost synonymous terms; that functionary has not only initiated but carried out all the diplomacy of the nation, and, by the force of habit, he has became the tine qua non of the Empire. f He says do thus and so, and it is done; he says do net do thus and so,and it is Bismarck means the not done. German Empire condensed, the German Empire means Bismarck expanded. JJo wonder, therefore, that his slightest attacks of illness create consternation, and that when his sickness becomes severe the nation is thrown into a condition bordering on a panic. Ii is Bismarck or nothing with Germany, with a decided prospect of the alternative having to be accepted at an early day. The prospective complications be-- ' tween England and Russia, and the probable alliance of the latter with Turkey, are such emergencies as those in which the German chancellor was wont to shine; but now he is ! uaable to even point out to his country the dangers or " profits to which she may be subjected by en-- , tanglements and intrigues near home and far away. , In a word, he has lived out ' the allotted time of man, and Death is a foe with whom not even Bismarck can successfully con , t tend., 1 .... ,; All is not smiles and roses with Ulysses, after all. We learn, from an exchange that at Galesburg, Ills., recently, just as he began talking something struck him on the back of the head, which proved to be an but not a rotten one. The ruffians threw from behind. The crowd did not at first understand the nature of the trouble. But when they did they, became infuriated. The culprits had e ther escaped or mingled in the throng. The mayor, who was in the car, at once came out and, on the part of the city, offered $500 reward for the apprehension of the perpetrator. Three eggs were thrown, two of them over: the mark and striking shooting persons in the crowd. Gen. Grant wae very indignant at the outrage, but assured the committee that he did not lay any blame to Galesburg or its people; that it simply was evidence that roughs exist everywhere. Mr. Pierce stated that he hoped the villains would be captured, but was glad that they were not found last night, as nothing could have pre nented a lynching. The people of Galesburg are said to be fearfully worked up over the 'affair and feel the disgrace keenly. ' ? Vau-ghan- i GENERAL MERCHANDISE. iXBittMMam B. BiggMetham. 's e "Oh, its all over now; you may as well finish me at once." Anna Dickinson is at work on several new plays. The worst of it she Cot this Out-- It Mar Save Tour Life. can't get up these pieces without There is no person living but what having male characters in them; else suffersmore or less with Lung disease, would she be happy. Coughs, Colds or Consumption, yet some would die rather than pay 75 cents for a bottle of medicine that would cure them. Dr. A. Boschee's IN MALE ATTIRE. German Syrup has lately been in1 Wenaa Whs for Tweaty Taart Flares' a troduced in this country from Geraiaa's Part lad wan Married aa Mas. many, and its wonderous cures astonishes every one that trys it. If you Melbourne fuming Nowi. doubt what we say in print, cut this Extraordinary disclosures have out and take it to your Druggist, J. been made regarding the female W. McNutt & Co., and get a sample 10 cents and try it, or a lunatic discovered in male attire. bottle for d lv size for 75 cents, regular It appears that the woman, who for the past twenty years has passed as a man under the name of Edward Evans, has married three dif ferent women. The secret of her disguised sex has never even been. suspected, although sho worked continuously as a miner for many years, and had been follow ing that occu pation in Sandhurst, v.hero she was an ordinary "wages man," breaking Having lately been quartz and doing her work with the best of the other workmen at sev eral mines. She might possibly have carried on the fraud unsuspected to the end of her days, but for the fact AND that a few weeks ago she began to show symptoms of insanity, which REARRANGED THROUGHOUT, gradually became more pronounced. Some fifteen months ago the woman turnbetween whom and the supposed These celebrated MILLS are now man the form of marriage had been ing out a Better Article of gone through, gave birth to a child. This is strange, as the statement un doubtedly is that this woman, pas sing as J Evans' wife, stoutly maintained that she never knew the secret of her presumed husband's sex. Since the child's birth, Evans Than ever Before. has lapsed into an and lethargic condition, and seems The Machinery is of the to have lost all heart for work. On Best Latest Patterns July 22 Evans was HIGGINB0THAB1 & Co. Winter Goods! Fall and in Dealers (S. GESEHAL CONSISTING OF MERCHANDISE Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, MESS Hosiery, Embroidery, kc. THE: LEADING IN CLOTHING, STYLES Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, ! MISSES' LADIES', FABBICS OF THE M AfsOA, AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY! Notions in Immense Variety. Crockery, llardware,$c. A Large Stook of JJEW AND SEASONABLE FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS. Bridge, Beach &Co'g Celebrated Wats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Hosiery. COOK :AND HEATING OTS 33 D STOVES, Ogden, Utah. REFITTED AWD Embroideries, Edgings, Flowers, and a Full Line of Choice Ribbons. De-Lac- y Weber Mills, CS-OOJD- AND S I MEN'S, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S IN ALL STYLES. Complete Stock of Staple and" Fancy Grcceiles, THEgOLD RELIABLE Hardware, Cutlery, FarminglTools, ; Nails, Iron, Steel, Horse and Mule Superior Cook n sf jn natii-- . S itass x FLOUR! Shoes. o o ! LEATHER,!HARNESS AND SHOE FIND NC8, For Wood and Coal, with all the Latest absent-minde- d PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, Improvements. and TO a HOSPITAL AS A LUNATIC. is capable of doing The hospital records of the occurrence rnn as follows: "Edward the Evans, male, married, admitted work in July 22; native of Kilkenny, Ireland; best religion, Church of England: dantime, gerous to others; demented." On the the shortest space day of admission the attendants, as while . most skilled the usual, proceeded to give "him" a bath. Evans struggled violently, and finally got away from the place. workmanship is constant "He" was recaptured and brought back next day. "He"remained in the ly employed. hospital six weeks, during which a ward n slept in the room every night without discovering the secret. She RETAIL PRICES, Viz: says she was born at Paris, others isa native of Jersey, while say she the hospital record gives Kilkenny XXX Flour, " 2.25 as her birthplace. She speaks with an Irish accent, and claimed to be a XXXX Flour, 2.50 nephew of the late Gen. Sir Charles " 2 25 DeLacy Evans. Dr. Poland, resident Graham Flour, surgeon at the Bendigo Hospital, " 2 25 having examined Evans,states that Cora Meal, she herself greatest amount and Character of of De-La- HAS HAD ONI OK MORS CH1LDRIN. It is WULLLLNEOF and ADMITTED rumored that Evans was mar- Bran (sacked) per cwt. Shorts (sacked) " 1 STOVES! Satisfaction STOVES! tatssi. IRiaiS SMALL PROFITS Returns. GROCERIES, PRODUCE and FRUITS. SHIPPING and COMMISSION. 20 Flic of buiioeu, ried several years ago in Melbourne, 140 but regarding this, evidence is not One of the nurses at Best Chicken Feed, sacked 1 00 complete. present at Bendigo Hospital says per cwt . If you wish ny artiolo io our line, and Khe can almost positively identify do not see it, enquire for iu Evans as a passenger who came out 0 Our Stock is large, and all in the ship Ocean Monarch, twenty articles sold by us years ago. The girl, for this inter character was of then esting girlish From these prices a discount on appearance, went under the name of Ellen Germanic. A singular feature car lots will be made. of the story is that the nurse in As Good if not Belter than any questloi states that t ho girl had a iiu her on the ship a box bearing the name of "Edward De Lacy." in Town. The girl, on her arrivl in Victoria, FREE DELIVERY went up the country, and the next the nurse heard was that she had sent for the box and hul married a To all parts of the oily. Tho second marriage was celebrated Fourth St., Ogden. Prompt and Careful KEKK DELITEBT Old Theatre Building, Aintion rdr. to Box 128. P O to ILL PARTS af tktCITT. D. H. PEERY. TBAE3 SINCE, but no record of the event has been found. The wife's namo was Sarah II. O. Harkness. J. M. Langsdorf. Moore, who singularly enough had two children, both of whom died. She breatned nota word about the imposition. The third nnrriagc between Evans and "his"' present wife Lower thau the Louest1. was celebrated at Buliarat on the 18th of September, Children. abb not usually sup- W. Henderson, at the by the Rev. Presbyterian On the latter occasion Ogden. posed to be negotiable property, but Church. Utah, people sometimes change the rulete Evans put her age down at twenty-eighGEXiSii Accepting this as correct she suit themselves. For instance, in is now about thirty-nine- . The cerSan Francisco, Mrs. A. G. Du Tour tificate shows that the bride groom's boarded with JL F. Cummins, a man father was , who appears to be very fond of chilEDWARD J. DE LACT WAN'S, Exchange on all the Principal dren, until her board had grown too Higginbotliam & Co. police magistrate; and that 'his'' Cities of the United States to settle. large Cummins, it appears, mother's name was Ann Dor and Europe. proposed that Mrs. Du Tour should a Welsh woman. The maiden At Weber Mills and Peery's Blocs, ell him her little girl, Maud Du name of Evans' present wife was Given Attention Special llarnnnnH Julia ), Shu sfatea Tour, in consideration of a release ' vimw she was 25 years of age " when the from payment of the board. to Collections. Mr. marriage ceremony was performed Fourth HARKNESS&CO. 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