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Zt aflcn auuttlott. Editor lVio. ttlaM liaur. Cbarlen W. 4a(l r r OGDEX. CT1H. J Saturday E renin?. Jane IT, IS 74. the iii:o or the cat- y Aiiotiier licro ib now lifted up for the admiration of the American people, and his fame is likely to go forth to all the world. 1IU nanio is Thorn- & Conroy, and lie is called the "Hero ,bf the Cataract." Unlike aotna men who have gained notoriety and become a "ten days y wonder" among a fickle public, h8 dons aociotbing worthy of fame. He has saved a human life at ,the imminent rink of bis own. Here are the particulars : An old man, sixty years of age, McCullough, was at work , named painting the bridge over the Niagara ' He and another workman I'allsi were on a scaffold slung .under the lower side of the bridge. lie moved to ask bis mute for some putty, and stepping backward slipped over and "fell on his back into the torrent and was swept away iu a moment toward the Horseshoe Fall. He was thrown against a small rock which barely ..arises from the waters, and having rolled over on his face, he clutched at . it,1 and although he had. been carried ' along nearly, 2,000 feet he had ."strength enough to climb on to the , rock and sit down. ;' An exited crowd soon gathered on the river's bank, but do one seemed to kuow what to do for the old man on the rock iu the. midst of the raging stream. But the news had. reached the Cave of the Winds where Tho?. Conroy acted as guide, and he hasten-- . ed to the spot. Taking a coil of rope aud passiug it to a number of men he i tooh one end in his band, and leisurely and, cooljy pulled. off bis boots, descended, the bank andcomuienced to pick. bis way on the rocks toward the t)ld man in danger. After proceeding eoma distance be was compelled to th nock were to slippery. But sending for bis felt shoes, he donned them and went again to his work. Couroy is a powerful man or hJ: could nob have contended with that roaring torrent and picked his way oyer, those Blippery stones with any hope of success. Bathe reached the rock, two hundred feet distant, and fodnd the man thoroughly 'ex hausted and unable to speak, with be worked clutched the putty-knif- e Ms hand. HwouneLtne ttght ia around McCullough 's waist, and rope holding on to it w.iUi bis left band, atarted back for the shore. After they had travelled about a hundred feet they were both swept off into the boiling waters. "'But strong bands hJdLlhe rope and .they .wew both Con-jro- : " " , L ; . ca hauled" fafclyto land." Loud cheers went up for Conroy, and a purse of $200 was collected for biftvOttibo spofc McCullough was delirious and was put to bed. Conroy is of Irish parentage,' but was born in westy-five Ottawa, Cauada, years - Iftf4s s little over six feet in 6gtheight, has a powerful frame, brown hair and sandy mustache, and weighs The Khedive is restive under the dominion of the Turk. He is working his way toward freedom and sees in the work of internal improvement the surest steps toward national independence. With a ehrewd knowledge of character he has secured the service of intelligent Americans, and has place 1 important interests, both civil and military, under their supervision. Civil engineers from Yankceland, and generals who served on the Potomac, are basy in the country of mummies and mamelukes, and a crisis may be ill ? determine looked fori which" whether the aescent shall longer bear sway ove'tni". Nile.' 1 Already Egypt makes treaties with European powers, and the Sultan's wishes are not consulted. Progress is the watchword of the. times, and its mark is seen wherever the sunshine ' iu Prance.- M. I. COLUMN. Z. C. Political Plslurlmnces . Paris, 12. The scenes of yesterday were repeated at the western depot to day. At the time for the departure of tbe parliamentary train for Versailles, the populace Tbe in large numbers Deputies were alternately insulted and cheered. The police again dispemd the rioters, and arrested twelve of the most riolent. Four" of tbe arrested parties were released after identification, but Bo threatenthe rest were committed. ing was the demonstration that a body of troops were ordered to the station, who aiued the police. M. Artnand Adam brother of the Deputy of that name, and M. Spttler, a brother of the pubii'her of lirin iouVnttl. Ware arrested. li GoMrBineot liis uufcfaodtd the publi i WE ARE DOINQ BCSISESS IN OGDEN BRANCH. AND Having Increased our We bee to attention of our patrons, and the public, to the fact that Just, Arriving! Arm . SnTa OTVVITVrt This is how that promoter of disturbance, supporter of lawlessness and publisher of filthy falsehoods, calling itself the Salt Lake Tribune, eulogises the ruffian soldier who bruised and battered the last Sa: urday ex-Jud- d OUR.HOUSE.IS THE LARGEST IN 001)1! .... Our lines of ks (' DRY GOODS, . . 1 ;"i cation of Puyt," BoiHipartisi paper, ; ; a and Le TlaphaL MdicaTRet ublican,' and ReConservative IJj,z Nenvimt iiqclt, THE CHOICEST STYLES c FAXCY GOODS, piiDiicnn organ, tor a lormigui, oeuu of the violent attacks on its policy. And Patterni of , Paul de Cassngmic, editor ot L Pay, replies in that journal, to day, to the demand of Schoelcher and Fmtalin, who Prints, ' w ere delegated by the Republicane to deARE COMPLETE. his article mand aa armed reparation of Lawns, attacking the members of the Left. He Deo her Possibh he Gambettamd aesiiled says Linen puties, but not Clemeuceau, who is Organdafi, not, therefore, entitled to reparation Pequei. Are prepared to do the most extensile trade In McClem De save "if "B'lt," Casagn ie, this City can lit enoeau wantg a personal quarrel AXD A have it." He says be particularly wishes to fight Gambetta, and adds the nameef GESEEAL ASS0ETME5T OF nine members of the editorial stall or Payt who are willing to fight nine Republican Deputies, and will draw lots for the choice of adTerfaries and weapons. ! The second reading of tbe municipal M.D MHlle bill was concluded ville of the Left Centre, di sired t k. ow what course the government intended to pursue toward the BouapnrtiMs, who defied the decision ot the Assembly. M. Meoa' Boya' and Children', said the statement tm.de by -- :o:she Minister of the Inteiior, Fuurton, d s the recent relation to in VesterJ.iy, lurbances. implied that the police aud CLOTHING IN GREAT VARIETY The best place in town for a radical members were equally culpable for keeping hi in jti olhue. ric.iiil point SUITABLE TO THE 8KASOX. ed at the long immunity from govern iiilerterencB li.e Boiiapat list meiit journal Xe Puyi had, und declares M or Fourton unworthy of confidence The litter decliued to retract anything. The Vssembly fbuu d made an investigation He assur into tbe recent dituibauces. ed the chamber that the ministry deiei- mined to make McMahon s au:b.-ntAS LOW AS ANYWHERE IN UTAH. respected. M. Bethmont moved a vo e of censure against the Minister of tbe Ladies', Misses', and Children's Interior. Trimmed II au and Fancy Goods. There was no disturbance on the ar rival of the parliamentary tiain this evening, the police having dispersed the crowds. It is considered certain that De St. Cibii, in striking Gacibetta yesterday acted in accordance with pr -- irranged plan of party leaders to THE STOaE-FRO- m provoke a duel. A rCLL STOCK 01 Copies of Le Payt were seited by the police this evening as soon as issued. The Left Centre is reported to be still . WOOBJIASSEE. hopeful of a union with a portion of tbe formation and of a the Right Centre, ministry under Duke D Audiflret l'asq. ! uter. Government has decided in ad Hardware, Staple Drags, Notions, dition to the suppression tof Le Pays; to Paper Hangings, Queen's-War- e, CICARSa commence proceedings against its pro Glass-warliar-Saddles, for of s tbe laws. violation, ' press prietors Patent Medicines, The Montleur holds .England responsi ness and Harness trimble for the escape of Rochefort, and says TOILET ARTICLES mings, Cordage and LIQUORS England cannot refuse to enter upon an whether her oueof subject, in inquiry AND assisting the convict to escape, has not law. international , transgressed Medicinal Uses. CJLOTiiixa, gko:ekii:.s, I iiAiinwAiu:, ntovisioAs, tk Percale, Figures Reduced to the Lowest Margin, MODEL SOLDIER. grey-haire- Stock, Are now open for Wholesaling as well as Retailing. Gingham, A OUR NEW BUILDING : "In justice to Private Hackett, whose misconduct has been the cause of so much excitement yesterday, we are enabled to state, ou the best authority, th it he is a thorough s ildicr, well behaved, of'go td moral character, aud undoubted iutegrity." J If tdge McCurdy, whom this model rowdy abused in such a thoroughly ."moral" manner had been a 'Mormou," we might have expected the Dirt Stinger to praise the "thoBut considering rough soldier." old the gentlemnn's antecedents and 'Gentile" proclivities, this laudation of his assailant is remarkable even in tbatnanty and ungrammatical sheet. The policy of the D. S. is to abuse everything decent and support every Hackett is the Trithing beastly. bune's model of a soldier. WAITING FOR THE BILL TO PASS. lt ; WALKER BRO'S. & CO., Dry Goods WOODMANSEE'S STORE East Side Main Street, GEN Ell A HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ogden, A S S OH T 31 E NT L Merchandise First-Clas- s PRICES PRODUCE TAKEN tx.G XXiglxcrst IXrvi'li.ct Xlatea. MI DON'T FORGET GROCERIES, MEW DRUG STORE This is what McKean's henchman, the judicial Jacob is doingat Beaver. Supposing the Act to despoil Utah shouldn't happen to pass the Seuate this session will Borcman adjourn his court sine die ? And what does Governor Section Seven think of this usurpation of the anticipated functions of bis office? We clip the PERFUMERY. account from the Beaver Enterprise, C. ' . I of the 8th. lust.: Ogdeii, Utah. "The " Second ' Judicial District T IIAVE IN MY POSsKSSlON TIIE nutF9LLOW- claimed AOEXTS 70R i. 1NQ d8cribe iuiiimln, wbich, if FULL STCCK, NEW STORE, tf e Court, Hon. J. S., Uoreinao presid- and taken uw&y, wil b auld to the highest bidder at the District Stray found. Logau, in Mr. ing, opened at 10 a.m. C. C. Woodhouse's saloon building, o'eluck p. m. tBirwt Yearling meer, Upper erep hi right, and adjourned until the 22nd. inst. on len eHr, The Judge thought by that time the crop One tid vearliniceteer, tttp anil elit In right, nlope in left ea- "K. H,"ou left hip. Poland Bill would pass the Senate. upper Jffain Street, One red uid white yearling heiler no ius,rlu or Ogdea. His Honor has recommended the urauae. DEALER IN One red threo ye ir old cow (and calf) white four terms per annum provided for in pd belly aud flinki, slit in right, crap is left ;'t ears, on Wit aide illrfible. the said bill tabs held on ith first brand ASB THE One ret yearling ateer, brand on left hip illeg Monday in June, September, Decem- ible. " One red heifer calf, no tnarka or brand. ber and March. ALY1N CKOCKK1T, CELEBRATED A NEW STOCK OV We understand Attorneys Christian but net Pouudkeeper Ingun, Jane, 10th, 1ST. ijrown and liawley were appoiuted GOODS, to examine Hon. John MacFarlune Id great variety, all for aala and report at the next term as to his Notice of Dissolution. AT TIIJK LOWIiST 15ATES. quaiincations tor i reaecuting Attor170, ney 'or this Judicial District. T7tTHE TJNDEIiSIOXED have thia day by We would like to know what the . mutual conaeut DlitOLVtO f Poland bill has to do with those men R. C. MILLER who ate incarcerated and have ulrevdv N.i"oRira waited while two or three terms of Ocden City. June 9, 18T. di27 at court, have passed. Another d dge to roo citizens ot their Constitutional Our new WAGON and MACIII-rights to a speedy aud public trial by HKBY DEPARTMENT, is now A GOOD CHANCE. an impartial jury-othe State aud ia tne opened District wherein the crime shall have MEDICINES, 4 S FISn BRO'S WAOON FOR ALI! CIIR AP. been committed. will take lumbar, hay. grain, bwf tattle ' i Wo understand bis honor said or horses for the vehicle which ia nearly new. Goods. DRUGS, e, Tin-War- e. L. Peebles, Prescription Druggist) Fifth Street, Estray Notice. : 3 reajioB-iibl- to-da- y, SAMUEL HOKEOCKS, Sewiiiv Machines, -; General Merchandise. JUST AEEIVED, SPUING Prince AND S UMMER Organs! ART.NtK-81UP- He has a wife abdlttt 21X pound and three chlldren and supports them by working as a guide. He is a true hero, and his name should not be forCall and art it at my butcher ahop, gotten, but go dawn to posterity on Old Tithing Office Yard. V PU1UU1UU J J Fifth M., Ofden. . thelM? of those whet have performed one now would bo illegal. THOMAS CASSIX. Should our children, from six deeds worthy the world's admiration. f years old aud upwards,'read this they WHEEI ALL KINl Or woaiu inquire wny rus nonur did not have a jury summoned a month ago ? BIDS FOR CANAL. EGYPT'S PROGRESS. We bound some of those parties to PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED The force? modem ideas pene- the District Court because the Pro SEALED Tueedny evening, June ISih, 1S74, at bate Court was under a writ of pro- tne remritna! of Jusiah 1'arke.t, Young Street, between Third and Kouiih Streets, fur uiaking the trates to every land. The Orieut is hibition from the tyrant Hawlev. with Oglen I' on CniHuauy's cauat. Said canal i to n the eoiintiu 20i47.5 cuimc yards and to xtend from Till bo.Soia t Reasonalle Prices the expectation that they would have a impresdwith point in th. tail race ot t'arr's mil, to a point ana on Kasy Teriun, as we iutheOgd.a r er, near Munilrton'a Box fclder spirit, andT even Eypt, the land of the benefit of the law, but we have Urine. Work to dune b.v bepteuilwr 12, IbTi, wish to Close Out. been the pyrauui 1, is waking up frjtn th e awfully disappointed. iiccordiug to apecifuHtiona nm.la by the engin-eAs one party had died of an incur-abl- and tc br eeu u application to th undersigned. slumber of centuries aud yielding to Security required lor tbe completion of the work disease while the un- accoidiug to eoutrnct the wile awakk geniui of the latter bearable tardiuess ofwaiting JOflAI! PARKS, TT. H. HOOPER, the same court, Snpl. up't Ogdea Iron Compaav. times. The Khedive of Egypt is a we hope, that is to say, we diia-lJnna 10, 1874. Ogden, hope we live ruler. He has travelled among have a hope that it will get ready to All fcrdera addresaorl TT T advanced cation and seen the work- act befose the balance die with old Peery, Ogden, will receire Bromnt age. attention! ings of leading" governments. He isi.tt D. STUART railroads benefits and of perceives the FOR SALE T1IK BKST AND CHEAf A spinster was beard to remark IV ST KOK4 E and LIFT telegraphs, and hU heart beats to the that she had faith that Ibrdeep or ahaliow wella. Alao, Pa-"God dis- 1PUI rvioti HT music of Ilbirt) "whoso stirring tones poses," but is not so rnuiiie, WIIB aaitaol ifi,e ,,eii and (IttHi noon rfason- sure that man ronpipine. Pumpe repaired able terma,t iXv thnlKiijii.; , "proposes."' Wrksbp. Titbiax Otrle?. 1 f Store City Drug OGDEN. MAIN STREET, a -- PURE DRUGS & PATENT Perfumery and Toilet PAIxTS, OILS, TURFS, A FULL LINE d22J-t- Anglo-Saxo- o PUMPS!PUMPS! , , IIHUSIlES.F Of Groceries! ! Genuine Old Scotch IVJiiskeit. Old Cognac Brandy y Fine Jamaica limn Dutch bchnapPs ALSO, 1 r, VAKMM11-N- Fine Article of Old Tern Gin, foreign and Aulive-mnc- , . c ana uquwi s CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SJiUFF. HOME, unU ANGCSTtBA IE5XEI)T,RLD JACK1T, ILA STATION BITTERS. j WTioicsalo g tn.cX otn.U- - Pretcriptiont Accurately Prepared. y.-jr- i d92W WILLIAM "S DKiytB.'