|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
n Y TELEGRAPH. Terrible Shooting. Affray. Small Pox on the Ten Comterfcitcrs P. C- - the shrines at Londez and Taray le Monial on (he way. U is said that l'rince Hohenlohe, the new German ambassador, will request I'rest. MatMahou lo prevent an Ultramontane demonstration which will tend to increase the bad feeling between France and Germany. e Several hundred pilgrims left the for Para le Monial. The American pilgrims di l not leave Paris to day. They will remain in the city until Monday, and (hen proceed to Londez. Madrid, 2D. Gen. Loroa bus assumed command of corps of the Kepublicau army in the north. Rome, 20. The Vuee rli Ycritit confirms he reports of the Pope'n recovery from sickness. Cardinal Vannilli L'alsori ju dead. Tho Italian Parliament will probably be dissolved in Atiust. The deputies of the Left will then issue au address to the nation. It is thought tho Pope will sanction the participation of the Catholics iu the next general election. Ar- rested. Fronch Interesting News. Mar-M'i'.l- the-firs- t I AMERICAN- - New York, 20. Court general susiion.' denied I lie lute motion for it luaudnnws compelling CLief Justice luv!s to fcign (he bill of eiceptiou taken at the trial of William M. Tweed. Cincinnati, 0., '"i. The United States detectives who had hceii hero nearly a year working up a cuuuterfeit cae hist input arrested ten ufajTiing of counterfeiter!, who in custody to wait a hearing next II Never Ditl Kun Smooth. week. Boston, 20. From the St. Louis Republican. The United States Court hint dismissed the Will in the equity brought to compel There wis a wail of woo by nilit !j assignees of JJowlcs JinHheis & Co., in tho upper part of tliin future great ilie liiilatice of hia upsets ever his individual liability. it n nobody's business just city Wells, Nev., 29. where and a youn man stood unAn emigrant enr en routs for .Sun i'ran-ciicder t lie stars, minus a hat, and his was left here last night, by order of A. X Town, SiijitiiHtundent of the wearing apparrei was sorely demoralThe youo man was apostro('. I. I:, It. Co., with email pox on board ized. The fufferer, a lady; is still in the car phizing some unknown person's eyes, receiving what little care can be render- his limbs, and his circulating fluids. ed hy two of her traveliug companions, II is language was such as might have the medical assistance being at been condemned as profane by a majJdku, where the Company's physician is went Th located. ority of the assembly. reuiniuing passengers their way on onother train this morning, Theyoug man w'as somewhat displeas(ireat excitement prevails. Smuo of the ed with somebody. The young man citizem have h it town ; others are pre- was not to but he v; s say paring to follow. all looked as if he over lie blazing, 29. Memphis, Tenn., He was very mad. A terrible clnoting allruy occurred at wanted holding. Orider'u land ng .rvcenlly between two A Republican reporter chauced that plunlors named liursett and Orider. way. He broke up a lovely thing in The latter had married the widow of blessings that deserved a blue ribbon, flight or ten shots iiuige't's brother. were exchanged, when after receiving by asking the redhot youug man if five bullet iu his body liurgctt fell, there was anything the matter; if he nud soon expired. Jie is the fourth was sick or anything. The brother killed iu quarrels with (heir was almost too full man for young Neighbors. utterance at this, aud tred to wither our reporter with a blistering scowl. The blister failed. FOREIGN. , Jiut, oh ! that young man was an I'aris, 29. The minister of the interior forbids awful eight to behold. His uosc was the Hale ot the Nineteenth Century damaged ; much damaged. It was it being oMeiisive (o the public stricken out of the perpeudicular to Morality. an aud a half. angle of thirty-sefe- u The iStandiml't dispatch says that Con-etHis Arta-luwas sicklied o'er mouth with the seized the heighths near has aud the roada leading from JJisciy pale cast of thought like a slash in a by way f Villa Real and Guniboa. The piece of liver. HU eyes were iu deep artity of Don Carlos has consequently but and there respectful mourning, abandoned Durango, and has retired into Ouipascoa. It is reported (hat the was a mansard roof and a bay window and a cupola and a conservatory Curlints liavj received twenty steel and are reorganiiing (heir forces. erected all over his face in nobby London, 2'J. in a penolchunks, like a show-hea- d The report in. (he afternoon papers of the terrible mining disaster at Clay ogist's collecction of murderers. And this was what the young tuau was Cross proves unfounded. nbout. t of The British the orretpomletic Two voices belonging to two genForeign Office arising out of the capture of (he 'Viigmitu'' aud subsequent exe- tle maidens approached, aud one gencution of ber passengers and crew, is tle said voice tj the youug man : officially published, it contains a (lis "Are you much hurt, Edward, pitch of as late a day ns May 7th, 1873, en( by Karl Derby to Layard, British dear?" Minister at Madrid, in which (he former "Edward dear" wasn't much hurt 'In view of the grave difficulty ay; and he remarked so. of (bo government of Spain, her Majes- internally, Then the youngest, freshest voice ty's government has hitherto been unsaid a was it shame, so it was, and willing to pre? for an answer to its demands for acknowledgment of wrong she knew who did it; at which the eldone and for compensation to the rela- der told her sister to hold her ton (run tives of the victims who were subjects ol the youngest said she wouldu't, Great Britain, we now trust thai there put and she uidn t care. It was a shame will be no further delay ou (he part wf for brother :? Dish John; yes, tint was who (us pa government. A I'aris dispatch to the Timet it was it brother John, aud it the was; says story of the German candidature for the was a shame for him to go and do it. cpaimh throne is ridiculous. If she liked to go to the theatre with It is reported that an explosion occur re I this morning in a colliery at Clay Edward, and ma didn't object, it was Cross, Derbyshire, killing thirty and no business of brother John, and she didn't care; and oh, how sorry she wounding a large number of turner. Paris, 20 was that dear Edward was so hurt. The Left Centre held a meeting A nasty, cruel thing brother John to consider the means of opposing the was, and it was a shame, so it was; lfjiiapnrtists. so long ns ma didn't object to but M. Favre advocated an alliance with in the Right Centre, and order (hat the Edward dear coming to see her, he organiition of the septenal might be should coma in npite of twenty brothcompleted, the electoral laws passed, and er Johns. then tho dissolution of the Assemby to. The couudrum was solved. "Edled for. He considered the elections ward dear" had taken tha pretty litw ould be raore moderate if held under a settled government. tle gusher to the theatre, and when The meeting adjourned until Monday, he returned her to her ma, big brothwhen final Action will be taken as to the to er had John Edward dear gone course necessnry. . with and he a if couldn't rush, write, The committee of the Assembly having the subject uuder consideration, unani- had left his mark. But Edward dear, though ho had mously approved of n postal convention between France and tho United Stales, received aa elegant thrashing, had hut have decided to hear the statements tho sympathies of tho brave little girl of De Casus and postal director, before who stood up for him, and our remaking a full and complete report to the porter hopes "Edward dear" is worAssembly. The Roman Catholic pilgrims from thy of her, and that brother John (! United States, who landed from the will apologize and take it all back, steamer "Perierre," arrived yesterday, for judging by Edward dear's facial sad were received by the Archbishop of Pris, who delivered an allocution and expression, it would be just as well gftve then lis blessing. They departed to ask brother John before wanting this morning for Rome, intending a visit to marry into the family. The Supremo to-da- were-take- I Cucumbers ami Melons. (o want a lew for home use, and " beat all the neighbors," dig holes two feet square, and ou foot deep, in the garden. 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