|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: SATURDAY, OCTODER 4, 1890. Waa Klsfct Tramp (Moiling) Gjd axnius. n atam. I wanted tt ak but exrua BLt. perhaps your aurfiid k at hutu? U'omaa Ko. L' nut. ? Tramp Or your Wubu- -I bar omii. Tramp (smiling a ititto more) A ad I (Link 1 et the Li red wan driving oat as I caraa in Aa I was saying, I wanted la su-(aad bo loaned aontewhat Lmi ilj a on taadoor) Woaaaa (iaUToptinp) If it" anytbibg atbcot ri3ea or l rera you wanted to vk UdoaawrUaataoiuritfulka. 1 Iratrird 1 wiiibt year with a ahow aa the cban.pioa tonal wing shot, and I keep up practice ateadv. 1 raota Orrtting off the door) Thank. Fib little pteated for time, aitd 1 nx-rel- wanted to as bow far it ia to tit tnrot 'Utyi- - Three niil- Thank you. Good nmiug. Munaey s U Farlt Wav Taa MIm a Jaka, I lava you noticed that the perennial joke bout the alleged deadly effect of tha rra-encumber isn't circulating aa much thm araatM aa formerly " Tbia ia 1x4 !a caoaw Uie greea curuuit-- r haa reformed, aur it ia atiil doin bukines at the old tnd, but because even the funny uwo arc 4rf Wl iM III ' 1 a rinding out the truth alamt the eucumhrr There ny be potential poiuihslities of detb in it, aa then- - are even in aiuah and eui!k: but (then witeu in the proper war nd at the proper time it ia a royal dUh, and iiiatNwl of being ia oneol the Murmt healthful vegetable known. New Vork Tribune. W Nft i M ill llii 2H0 WashioJtonAvoiiiie. Il.Vfi Ibf malwa. I that if be would fvsmn.y had been V Ktiod be miht ko into the next room avnd lake a loot, at hia new baby brother. Sammy promUed ami was admitted. He etoiat for aouie niomeiilM loot i tit; in silence avt tiir diminutive morsel of humanity aud hen he fitted hia oiiml "I don't know what they're koiuk to call you. Into." be aiu.l. "but I know I hail everything flxej for jtoin' fishiu" today, au' ever) I hi lit!, ami uow you've oa'I nmr along an' tjiled the whole pro trraninia I call it a dun on small pin-eo- i Imsiiiesa. 1'hnt'a what I coll l. Ik o Til I Mine, of a Undo. said Willie Wish incinti, "that I am prowin wexciitful." "Whyr" waa the interrogatory. "I that I answer back with m quickness tlml aiMoiiiita almost to as tern y MiM Itclle iVpartoii ueii.ahkrd to me ycatelul.-i- that it seemed iiiiMiwihe ft.h me to fpt anything throiiKh my hta' rt time." What did you any " " told boh that if such were the rase I would certainly hale st lived to dfilti Tlia M It "I fear verwy loach," ariiK'-ttjiiKh- Umih ao AT LAST WE'VE FOUND IT post. U'.iHhiiigf.iii Kireaaltre 'iMUll" lr. Karnl CI. ild-- 1 wish Aunty HnwnTno rbdn't lote u ho much. iln HayHwd Ia Males I whnt a funny wish; W'hyf Child Cauae tasked her why she a&ln't t ike ua lo the t heat rea. aud parka, suxl pHitkvt, and o(xt and anch plarea Vn we visit wl her in tb'city, an' ahe aahl at waa 'cauae ahe loved ua no much abe waa perfectly contented to ait around home with ua. Slrin-- t tt Siuith'a (jihmI Xewa. Kuril The Cheapest Place in the City to Buy Clothing, PurnisliinfCoods, Hats, Shoes, Valises, ktc. Why Because I he Golden I:aoic Clothino- House buys direct from the Manufacturers tor lash, thus enabling them to sell Cheaper than their competitors. - thorn a Call. LOEB & MYER, Props. G-iv- e Oer Rerreta. Daiay (Ufred 7) Mamma, I don't Ilk no to bi birt hday party What ahall I dor Mothor Why, aend your regrcta. TLia a what Dniay wrote: "My tVmu Kitty I am very aorry that yon are going $jo have abiritiday party. IaUy Jinka.' -- Kitty Smith, and I don't want to mid lawreioa Ameriran. Frtblr. Very Say, I made a great haul (tot a pile of booty! t Socoort Ditto That aoF What did Firat llurglar lxiir,ht. yur-mck- ,, "A ahoe atnra." Lawrenne American Woman'a Idea. I ahiiuld think theiAn-aatnowould be the eaaiest to bubL A Mm fUiodgnwa ia?r W hy T 8nodRraM ilra. rx.ouraaa It would I Bollow the acenU Munney'a Wt?kly. aoej to Uolto Bo. The ntim that thinka thiit editing a fMper ia a picnic in dull, newaltaa weNti-- r will aooo lie trying to bore a hole through kernel of wheat with a grain drill. Itauaville Bree7. New .rtf At Long Ileaeh. Why do you call t hlaaaun umbrella f She tiecauae it haa apotaon it. Judge ft e ReanH of the Conference. "Barthteson," inquired a fellow reporter, what have you tiopn doing in the ma.iag-fceditor' nxitu " "IWiii holding n consultation with bim." "What about ?" "About the matiuicttment of the paper." "Any change in it policy coiitetn plated f" "Yea. That's what the consultation waa g aUxiut." waa divided upon, if you don't wind Celling me?" "It was decided," Knid Bnrt hleson, twiat-t- n hia iniLsUn lic gUaimily, ''that the pu 3er didn't need mc on ita my roll any loMger." Philadelphia Press. The t'olor Taa!ied tiff. "Mary." smd t iieneirro mimfnd. falling ti his knees lafore the fair one. "Mary, I Anveynii! Will yon "f)ii. Thonuis." mtirn.-ireMary, "'per ba;s you ilo not irv.iu :t! Perl.up yon nr w ith ine Mow do I know? Mei-aiicb "tl.irliim," lu- - n'piicd, "1 eoird not I m M'.! lam not a wiiuf, I knor. I mi;lit hrtwr. iiutin spite of nil my f'uilts I am w black as 1 a:n painK'd." Mai) swooned at the joke.- Ijiwreuce Ameriuin. Correction. . . .. tT' r.-.-f m, siiki a man who en tertrl The oftife with an of ndulzctit and ccjiostii'iit;.,n. "are you tiie man who wrote up ini strike" A , w n-- "'ps, sir." I I i vve-.-- F. POOLE, Sec'y. and Tress. UNI0N o n con-nctio- Com pany Pr-ba- W beirs-at-ln- GROCERS, VSfc 310 TwentyiFiftli Street, OGDEN, UTAH, -- t. . co-i- t GREAT FIRE i ilit-p- ? i ! K - V-- t iv-- t l.i.-ie- ti, is. I c;f tl.-- ! ; v ASHBYBROS.OGDEN tht-rei- j "Well, permit me to say you r:,Mier mis ireim-iitcd us wiicn you sai-- we t con-nl. . r..i I u'lin ; j - ..i !TVC m;i lioun a of the general fee litis;, find t there is nut ,( rutin who 'i;its less (him the customarv 'ixty 'i'i;it(ilfltli:'!iiitir." - Washington' i, (St. l A. x Aaiion to Know. Doctor These tiilta, Mr. Croaker, will ither kill or cure. . i'ntientr-Sa- y. doc., which will they do Judjre, "What fined his povketa A.E FROM CHICAGO. lie took therefrom two T. W. LAFBENTZ, President. no Bof Water, oaded revolver, a howie knife, a dagger. A worfc broker o was recently to The Bafrlixl ' rTnutar1" wimtum wasmati a Ai r wieiirwt.a Htm and UetrlbiaMon. sauillHtg cleanliness o$ the hotei at which "Your Brat offense, is it?" said Cyrus extreme 'Flark. Cyrual What waa that?" be waa a guest during a brief tay in the 'Nothing. fCmity Let me go to aleep, rora novice at tne nuaineaa ynu carry town of Kittery. It wa kept by two old will you?" pretty good ktt of tools Stand up!" maiden ladies. One morning tbe broker The burglar obeyed. Kor a few momenta allam reigned is heard a conversation between them. "Are you a man of family?" i he aleepiug chamber. "Jane," called out one of the old maid, "Yea, sir Oh, ple..ae" "Cyrua Wiuterbottoni, there' aomebtalj who was at the herd of tbe stairs, "oh. ' in the house' I hear a noiae in the kitch "Stop your whining Jane." A look of hard, stern, relentless purpose en!' "Well." answered fane. race. on He ettlcd pointed the re Cyrus' t'j rin. ant up in tied and listened. "Get some hot wat r from the kettle and volver at the abject scoundiel's head again. 'It'a tiie cat." he gruuilileil drowaily. fetch it up here. I want toscmb the floor. " "Go aud take that baby!" he com 'A cat dian't wear boot and go around "They ain't uo hot water in the kettle." manded. Hark!" Cwtiiug iliMira "What! no hot water in the kettle!" "Wb what for?" The lathy atirred, and Mr. Winterbottom r.rprisedly. "Never mind what for! You go and iaithed it in real again "No. No hot water in the kettle"-ad- ly. i. ke that baby!" "I don't see what anybody want to get "What! No hot water in the kettle, exclaimed Mrs. Winterbot kitchen "Cyrua!" ton tutooiir for." growled Cyrus w'm sharply. in do "what meatl" dismay, o , you yawn "There'a nothing to heigh-ii"No. No hot water in tbe kettle!- "- very "1 know what I am about, Emily. Pick to alcal iu that part of the house, is there?" sailly. that squalling infant, you i illainl" "Nothing to steal' There a plateful of up 'Well. I be dtirned!" New York Time The man obeyed. tarta, a pan of doughnuts, and a sponge "Handle it carefully!" cake." 1 es, sir: nWEARTHE "Someof your heigh-hyour own "Now walk the Boor with it!" Kmily?" For four lone hours Cyrus Winterbottorr. 'Yea, some of my own maXing. Then held that empty revolver leveled at the tbere'a all the silverware, and" ltuimTHiikM TW Bctv. '"He'll never get to tho silverware, Em- head of the miserable man and compelled 'Rorteot Shape, him to walk and dowu If room he the up tackles with the dnitghuuta nrt. You ily, ill lind hia horribly distorted body in the the crying, squirming infant in his arms. At daybreak the cringing, crawling vil mam URT)Am morning I lain was larmitted to sneak away from the Hush' Hark!" He lis'umed again. All was quiet. But premises, a liroken hearted man. Hia raven hair had turned gray in that presently au unmistakable sound aa of ne night somebody moving aUmt on the floor beit was a horrible retribution, but wbo low aroused even Cyrus' dulled senses hall say it was not deserved? And thus Steps seemed to be approaching the stair way Cyrus took his revolver out from we learn, my children, that crime someunder hia pillow, climbed softly out o times brings Its own punishment, and that IT CONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT ia.il, went to the door of the room aud got the way of t he transgressor continue to he behiud It, first having cautioned hia wifs aard. Chicago Tribune. If vtm want ierfeel in flt. with liMiir. in a whisper to make no noise and leave from eornai and nil l I acorn fort yon wil ear the Bart Packard Hhoe. lwr matters entirely in hia hands It ii act uowledifed as the most comfortable. Softly and stealthily came the steps up the beet wearim aud most stylish lentlemeo' the stairway, and in a few moments ths In the te Court of Weber County, Ter nboe mad la the world. dim tight of the night lamp on the drea DOI'T SPOIL TOUR F!FT IT WEsRIIG CBUP SHOES. ritoiy of Utah, uucase fell upon the stalwart form of a lu the matter of the estate of Bee T. Hem The Bnrt at Packard Hhoe costs no more deceased. man whose face was concealed by a mask niger, than any other tin shoe, though none apOrder to show osnse whv order of tale of proach it In value. Mrs Winterbottom screamed at th AU sty leu In Handmade, Hand-wel- t and Burv Kesl hstate shoal a not be made. iight oi him. the baby woke up ami how4 oil; also Boys' and Youth'. If not sold by D. Mnrphy and Thomas O'Connollv John "d.and before the burglar could recover vour name dealer send to his id address your of Thornton W. Heninger, one of trom the momentary confusion into whits assignees 'he of said deceased, hainc PACKARD & FIELD, ;his unexpected reception had tliro.vn bin, bled their petition herein dnly verified, Sold by Cyrus confronted him with the revolver. pravinu tor an onler of sale of certain part. "You infernal scoundrel!"' he liiO'l of the real estate of Ruid deoedeut for the set forth, it i therefore 'Don't vmi move a muscle or I'll put a purpose orden-bv the Jnilc of the i'robate Conrt imiII throiiKh you!" all persons interested iu the estate of The revolver hadn't lieeu loaded for a that ve.n or more, ami ( yinn knew it. but the said drceastd appear before the Probate on rhnrsiiav, theilth day of October (,onrt liiirKlar iliiin't IH'.W. at ten o'oloek a. m. of said day, in tbe The pitiful wretch stood lierfectly still conntv Conrt House, in aid conuty of oiT 'Take your mask!" sternly con; Weber, to show canse whv an order fhould manded Cyrus not be grauted tosatd assiKi:ees to Ht 11 so The burglar "omplied. With aslu'ti t uc mnch of the e dicawd at pri-- ; v ite salt-- , as hall be necessary, and that a mil mean. hauiNiu look he Mood tin-rof thisordr be published at least fonr pv and said not a ivnnl .ir Wiiitciixiti-neeks in the Oodks Daii t had rei'overeil herself poi-sin:iIul tin. a newspaper printed in 8nd iniicil to bowl (why eoonty. 'It would serve you ri.lit. yo-- sucnkiiig. li. W. CROSS, ti,l c,nis , contempt ililc villain," t'robate Jude-II HI f I il voice. tN !lth Spteml..er, 1SJK). lilt .iioot y, tl.lic here you stand i iM'iii'Mi; (to it anv T'Kitiirroi-tin ,v " ei I'Tin, i ss-mm. ; j 'Merc) tm rcy'' p!e:: ed !h trc rv.bl. Look out for them until July 5th, , I.the uiiii ret eh t lerk of the Probate "lis t it- lir-.- tin-- I eve t for the oun tv . f Wei er . o in tlonrt nu men, witn tne Kin s into a hoiiv? I'll never it a Pie. In eer'if h the is a fad. icl me i.n." e rue c n of the orituml on!, r Mne li s tne first time y1 t ver ca.ulit to .how ran-i- why an order of n!e of real n if li'i! Ik- - lli st I). vii on vour esta'esliiaild e made in the mullet id i Fiitci-pK lives: rutrotiizc llomt he estate of li, 'J' lei it ut r. decei serf. 'I tiled acil r kill bun. Cyrus ' liei.l hi wife d in mv otliee on the 9tb . t 'Tii'iiK of le- carpet "' A. I). 1MM THI NK r ;1U'. The Witness ii, y h"d and til" fc.'il of I sliovv y hii a noe tine f s:,i: (.' now to clo.icl ready n m etllef in Omb'O Cltv this 'he klieeiiiii; liur MANUFACTURING "iiold lip VI. Tin nk and Travel in Has. "' il of S. ft . r, 1S'. I Irttnls!" none. of kinds ' "in open wmi a ,ew anil Complete IIoi.mnosworhi. W hile the lelh.vv'.. Ciukljn hands were mi Cvrm - ( , M.1S.,1 . ill ft ell. C!cik. (,.-A T .. Very Curiona, "Qneer thing about a day." -What' thutr "U bui't any good until it break." York Herald. ! ' t , Icai; ,i! EN Sadd .Jli - i .I- and then. a lie then, and permission, the nY H-'c- ! 1 i HARNESS COMPANY of llitrtiess IVaahineton jir Ave uue. ii.