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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
MmMmmemmmtmtmmmmm a. c. hi. i. ttblished oTflry WKPNKSDAY nn i SATURDAY by the CkJDM PVouaniMS Company: 2i. c EH. I., Wholesale Department. GROCERIES, HARDWARE & CROCKER!; A real warm couple in the pale, cold moonbeams. lips touched, and there was a hko ;a cow hauling her hoof the mud. t 'Twas night. ttood Their sound out oi A man in Yates - County, X. Y. who na.s ueen an inveterate smoKer for fifty yeartJ, has suddenly and per manently given it up. lie knocked the ashes off his pipo into a keg of blasting powder. TOOLS, CLOTHIXG, Wall Paper, Bordering, Decorations; It affords a fine-- .",."' BOOTB.AO SEflnsi Of Every Variety, OP A General Assortment of P3 CLUDIXQ ES, PRODUCE, CRAIff, RUTTEK, SCIIUTTLER MACHINERY IN ITS ALL BOB WAGOXS, BRANCHES, fcc; &C SLEDS; Cutlery, Locks, Carpenters' and other Tools. lows, Hoes, Bakes, Scythes, Forks &C. HARNESS AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS. Wholesale Purchasers and Visitors SALT,XiAKE3 CXTIT Will find (he Largest Assortment of Merchandise in the several Departments Z. C M. I., as nboTC, that can be seen in the West, and all at fair prices. sl-t- H. D. CLAW50N, f of Superintendent. Of All Descriptions. All orders addressed to D. II. riJEHY, Ogden City, U. T., revive jvul prompt attention. s8-tf H. B. CLAWSON, Superintendent 0. M I. SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S IMPROVED COHiSSM CABINET ORGAN AND J DEPARTMENT, IN CHAEGE OF E. W. NAISBITT. o Will purchase any hind of Merchandise not usually kept stock, including in Engines, Saw Mills, Circular Saws, Rolting Cloth, Ecfi'el Water Wheels, Cheese Factory or DaIrJ' TI.rosI.ing Machine, Machine Extras, CO0,IS' Force or other Pumps, rs "m Line of TO ; to gaged some of bis joiu him m a serenade to an estima ble young lady on Essex street, with whom he is keeping company; and at midnight the party repaired to- her residence, with their instruments and music, aud a boy to hold the torch: Everything started off well, and the entertainment "promised to be as gratifying as the most sanguine could have asked. During the performance of the second piece, a gem from Mozart's collection, the boy, who was leaning against a tree, was so influ enced by the harmony and toothed by the melody, that he unconsciously dropped off, into a slumber,' and a moment later the torch suddenly swerved and descended with its blaze of camphene against the back, of young Milicent s head, aud in a flash ignited the wavy masses of his hair. The others dropped their instru: ments and smothered the flames in an instant, but it had done its work". His head was entirely burned over, and he had to be parried home, and the young lady was made so sick by the fumes of the burning' hair that she was obliged to keep her bed "all cf the next day. It' will be a month or wore before young Milicent will be able te appear, n the street; which will give the " torch-bo- y 'plenty of time to arrange hi?' earthly affairs.- -4 .y v dJanbury Aqerj.,, M A That was a very unfortunate affair that happened to young Milicent, of the band, Friday night. He had enfellow-membe- and Caps, A LARGE STOCK OP of i Washington county, Ark., has raised silk on her estate for the last twenty-five- years. She feeds the fcilk .worms upon the leaves of the mulberry, which grows wild there, and states that she" never knew any disease among her worms, and nev-- c received any instructions in caring for the worms or in the art of epin-nin- g the silk, '.except what she ob taiued from ' an old almanac more than twenty-fiv- e She years-ago. tpins the eiik upou a common wheel, tuch as is used by families for spinning flax, and for a quarter of a century has manufactured all the sewing piik aud floss for embroidery needed in her own family, besides more or 1cm for sale to neighbors and to stores in the village. Mrs. Washington's experience would indicate that Arkansas is a healthy climate for silk worms. CLOTHING BEafs Leather, Findings, Beltings, &c; ; The widow of Charles Washington READY-MAD- E Bespoke Root and Shoe Departiieni; shelter for fish, largo numbers of, which are caught by boring a hole and fishing down through, as through 'the ice in the winter time. .;. ! Boys' Singers' Sewing Machines, in Variety' you first saw mo. it. SFfflG FRITS EASTERN and CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURE, WINES, LIQUORS, ALE and PORTER . 1 HATS, BOOTS and SHOES; . There is a singular natural in a lake in Vermont, consisting of one hundred and fifty acres of land, floating on the surface of the water. Tho tract is covered with cranberries, and there are trees fif teen leet high. hen the water is raised or lowered at the dam of the pond, the island rises and falls with FIBCMS - Drugs, Chemicals, patent Medicines; The subject of impressions at first Ktjrht was bein;r talked over in a family circle, when the mother of ithe family said, "I always form an . iduft of ft person on first night, and generally find it correct." "Mamma," said her youthful pon. "Well, my dear, ;what js it?" "I want to know what ' your opinion of ine was when 2.000 Empress Cloths, Merinos, AInacnv 4 Wool Delaines, Glughauij, iiuTns, etc.Denims, Uomcstic f.im,. xvccds Cottonadcs, Jeans, Etc., Etc.' CARPETS, Olli CLOTHS, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, in a dead calm, and by the tune he had scratched thirteen matches it was really eo windy as to be uncom- ' m fortablo. . IMPLEMENTS & STOVES; DRY GOODS, STAPLE and FANCY NOTIONS, i' When there is not a breath cf air stirring, and you are in danger of stifling, attempt to ligjit a cigar out doors, and you will be surprised at e the breeze that will Etart up. have seen a niau try this experiment - Ogden City Belting, SorghiBiu Mills, Evaporators, 3 Or any articla from any State, that may be needed ia an Agricultural or i)leGhanical population. Send in your orders and we will do the best to fill them at Manufacturers prices with freight added, or on a slight percentage. .We Grand ' ; Combination 0 rgans, o are expecting an immediate shipment of the justly-celebrate- the future reputation of T.eed struments, Vy means of which the quantity or Volume of tone is very lareelv creased, andquality of tone rendered :. Inin- "Sfudeb&Aep- Wasn? Gr"niJn CHICAGO JPXUSl H.B. . ElTAIi TO THAT OF THE REST PIPE ORGANS OF THE SAME CLA WSQN, CAPACITY. Our celebrated "Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent," "Vox Humana," "Wilcox Tatent " ' "Octave Couplerj" the charming "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stops, and All the Lato Improvements Can bo Obtained Only in these . .. . ... " Organs. Different Styles, For the Tarlor and the Church , The Best Materhd and Workmanship, Quality and Volume of tone Unequalled. o PRICIJS, AtfD WARE ROOMS, COto COR6th Dollars. 500 CONGRESS STS.. DETTmT & .M'lCniGASJ.AGENT&lTANTED IN EVERY COUNTY. EdTABLI&HSB IH I860. ADDRE88,,l6iMiolrSj-- 4 ,' : - ; ' V ' Superintendent GET YOTTH . FACTORY and The Factory having just got fairly running since the An invention having a most important bearing on e n - FITTED WITH 'TUB NEWLY INVENTED SCMBNEirS PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES, Thirty-fiv- .well-know- d SAP NTING! DONE AT THE " s53-j- y Clouoh OkoaK Co., Detroit MicniGAx. ' MAIN" STREET; OGDEN.