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V a tiiMi ft eaaaas A 1 ImI a Aa a were 4a ineaaiaiircfaael w (1 Hruu riaara inline tu for 1 aa-i- rv it 4 u-- tU-- kL. j i ri WATCHMAKER, r. . r a uil SLaatoa. ... St, a EUNUAIiT IMJtt COSTRiaORS a&i-- l atrps la laa fauaaaaat etvaa. , fjt Tswij-tM- ail(;.. wj. W Otea. I" taa. j t"Bil- so. Laa-- r. a. . fi BY WORD OF MOUTH. fTa aataer af that alary, Radyara Eiplix. b a uf a un t EBgutBBtta vtaa kM aaad ax e. cnatact ana tta aaoUa as taa BnUKk iraf, has raoaaWr anraita1 a ajul aaal of allaaf bulk la Fntiaail aad i anriac law at aval Thk tale may be explained by tho who know bow aoola are BiaJe, and where the bound of the poible are pat down. I have lived lung enough in this eon try to know that it U beat to know aothing, and can only write the story aa it happened. Dnmoiias waa oar civil rargeon at Meridki, and we called him "Dunuonse," becaoee he was a round little, aleepy little man. Be waa a food doctor, and sever quarreled with any one, sot even with our deputy cotumiwioner, who had the manners of a bargee aud the tact of bone. Be married a girl aa round and as aleepy looking aa himself. She was a Mix Ilillardyce, daughter of 'Squash Ilillardyce of the Berars, who Harried his chief daughter by mistake. A boueymoon ia India is seldum more than a week long but there is nothing to hinder a coujua from extending it over two or three vmra. This is a delightful country for married folk who are wrapped up in one another. They can live absolutely alone and without interruption, just an the Dormice did. These two little people retired from the world after their marriage, and were very happy. They were forced, of course, to give occasional dinners, but tbeymade no friends hereby, and the Station went its own way and forgot tliem, only saying occasionally that Dormouse was the Ix-s-t of good fellows, though dull. A civil surgeon who never quarrels is a rarity, appreciated a such. Few people can afford to play Itoliin-so- n of all in Crusoe anywhere where we are few in the land, and very much dependent on each other's kind offices. Dninoise was wronsc in abutting himself from the world for u year, and ho discovered his mistake when an epidemic of typhoid broke out in the station in the t of the cold weather, and his wif-- went down. lie was a tliy little man, and five days were waited before ho realized that Mrs. Dninoise was burning with something woje than simple fever, and three days more passed before ho ventured to call (on Mrs. Slmte, the engineer's wife.vand 'timidly speak alout his trouble. Nearly every household in India knows that doctors aro very helpless in typhoid. The battle must bo fought out between leatb. and the nurses, minute by minute and degree by degree. Mrs. fcilnitoal-jraoboxed Dumoiso's ears for what she called his "criminal delay," and went off at once to look after the iwor girl. Wo had seven cases of typhoid in the station that winter, and as tho averago of death is about one in every five cases, we felt certain that we should have to lose curitjr aa aUauK Bengal-governmen- t Punjab. Dumoise threw the telegram ncross the table and sfiid, "Well:" The other doctor said nothing. It was all that ho could say. Then he rememU-rethat Dumoise had passed through Sifnla on bis way from Bagi, and thus might, possibly, have beard first news of the impending transfer. , lie tried to put the (juestiou, mid he implied suspicion into words, but DuI bad de moise stupiH'd him with: sired that I should never have come back from Chini. I was shooting there. I wish to live, for I have things to do-- but I shall )ic:t Ihj horry." The other man lxiwod his head and helped iu the twilight to pack up Du- .moiso s just opened trunks. Rain Doss entered with the bunps. ." Wbevo is the Suhib goingf he asked. 'To Nnddea," said Diminish suftly. taiu Dass clasved Dumoiscs knees mid boots and liegged him not to go. Ram Dass wept ntid howled till he was turned out of the room. Then ho wrap ped up all Ins belongings, and came back to ask for n character. He was not going to Nnddea to see hjs .Suhib die, and perhaps to die himself. So Dumoise gave tho man his wages and went down to Nnddea alone, the other doctor bidding him good-b- y as one under sentence of death. Eleven days later lie had joiued his Memsahib, and tho Bengal government had to borrow a fresh doctor to cope somebody. Bat ail did their best. Tho women sat with that epidemic at Nnddea. The np nursing the women, and the men first importation lay dead in Chooadanga turned to and tended the bachelors who Rudyard Kipling. were down, and we wrestled with those typhoid cases for fifty-si- s Irrepressible StatUticlan. days, and Franco still remains tho country most brought them through the valley of tho shadow in triumph. But, just when we prolific in energetic and irrepressible thought all was over, aud were going to statisticians. One of the trilw has lately give a dance to celebrate the victory, been busily engaged in getting up facts little Mrs. Dumoise got a relapse and and figures about persons smitten with died in a week and the station went to the mania for collecting all sorts of obthe funeral. Dumoise broke down utterly jects. There are, he informs us, 1',', 000 colat the brink of the gTave, and had to be lectors of botanical specimens and 20,000 taken away. antiquaries. The labors of these people, After the death Dumoise crept into his however, are he thinks lofty and noble own house and refused to be comforted. compared to those of tho beings who He did his duties perfectly, but we all stick pins in beetles and love to exhibit felt that he should go on leave, and the the impaled insects in glass cases, or of other men of .bis own service told him the silly collectors of 'bus and train so. Dumoise was very thankful for the tickets. The statistician has also much to suggestion- - he was tltankful for anythe scrap book people and the thing in those days and went to Chini on a walking tour. Chini. is some twenty hunters after historical buttons. One of marches from Simla, in the heart of tho these has a wonderful collection of civil hills, and the scenery is good if yon are and military specimens, ranging from the in trouble. Yoa pass through big, still, time of LonisXIV to our own days, and deodar forests, and under big, still cliffs, he spent large sums of money in looking and over big, stQl grass downs swelling for articles of the kind on the battleflike a woman's breasts, and the wind ields where soldiers of the first republic , across the grass and the rain among the and the first empire had fought. deodars says, "Hush hush hush.' So Another Parisian brought together little Dumoise was packed off to Chini 20,000 different portraits of the great to wear down his grief with a full plate Napoleon, while a dealer in curiosities camera and a rifle. He took also a use- has on hand the palettes of all tho prinless bearer, because the man had been cipal French painters who have flourHe was idle ished in the second his wife's favorite sen-an- t of the present -- and a thief, but Dumoise trusted everycentury. The careful statistician has omitted to add to his list the collectors thing to him. On his way back from Chini, Dnmois: of such trifles as the slippers of "stars' turned aside to Bagi, through the Forest of the ballet, there having been once an ' .Reserve which is on the spur of Mount old Parisian who had an assortment of Hottoo. Some men who have traveled these things in his museum. London more than a little say that the march Telegraph. from Kotegarh to Bagi is one of the finest ' Baduclng His family to Salt. in creation. It runs through dark wet A certain man, not unknown in this forest, and ends suddenly in bleak, nip' city, tells this story about himself: He ped hill side and black rocks. Bagi ia open to all winds and is bit- went to look at rooms, and after a chat terly cold. Few people go to Bagi. with the landlady, in which he told her Perhaps that was the reason why Du- he thought he would take them, he asked moise went there. He halted at 7 in the her if she objected to children. She said evening, and his bearer went down the no, not particularly, and wanted to know bill side to the village to engage coolies how many he had. "Oh, about seven," he replied in an for the next day's march. The sun had set, and the night winds were beginning offhand way. "Whatt" she cried, "Goodness gra"to croon among the rocks. Dumoise leaned on the railing of the veranda, cious, I couldn't let those in." "Well," he said reflectively, 'Til go waiting for bis bearer to return. The man came back almost immediately af- hoi&A and kill four o them. I like the ter he had disappeared, and at such a rooms very much." The lady was horriTate that Dnmoise fancied he must have fied and begged him not to do it, untu crossed a bear. He was running as hard finally he consented and gave up his hope of ever li ving in her pleasan t rooms. as he could np the face of the hill. Providence Telegram. But there waa nc bear to account for Iu-di- a, la-ar- j aa4 a b kauaol tur iay bow Booda. ' V. S. I'. S. U. a. tme'd OoiraHnt HIS 1J3 I'kuua t'H n M hi .. . . ogmji razniiCT. Jaticw of tb Paaee Jamas ruwr. - Jun bawc. ( XtalkXlLLB riHWT. Jotif of e-the Peace- - Willi am ti. Eawsaa, biltJ M CtMtktabi- Janxs A N'ah ... ,. Tex. I'acihe ... . U S Mirhivan Central .. KS'i I'bmib Tat-iH- r Ha. Vfi&c . ! i VtrUm faow Eip'a :7 Nurtbrra farifia.. . 1W' UcM-r- a I on ... m. C.il.w HJ .. .. It ., S. Kp d ai N orlb trrn . . . ..lH4 V. S. fcxprra l , l.l-r- Suty-da- 6'i,"''4. biUa jr ailrer fl Uonxy oa call at I'naia &. tiht q"it, bar dciuaud M.'.KS ; 00. xt.tjphi the IVa torfaUe-- Ji ba Parkar. aa Nkw Yoxx, Nov. fuliuaa: 3 W I t (B ITorn 1 Iron Stalker 3 Kurrkn i'oo (iouUI A furry Halu A Norcruss... 10 North S 1 Mr- - HMtatano SO Cwostabla HXaalOTT 37 1 clonil ut iViiui-ylvaiii- a at il'i. "loil "iK De- Chicago Produce TnirAr.0, Not. 17. Fair volume of l:iMiieKa trnnnBrt.il. All xitent uitltienrft in market nmi tinani'inl Mt nation in tliis rountry nml abroad. Adviret" ero wntrlnil very closely ami every rhanireof note reflected uion the movement of tint niatket. Iieif. (,tititlfitioii hn. Ie'n qtiite ir'iiernl, for the onVrimrt were not henry and on rnlliea eiKTinlly the olloriiiin were light. Kitt nalea ',c decline, milled but ditntiirtin rntnora in fair buyiiii; ','lr. ftbroatl M. Whikey-fl.- Shonlders Khort $Ti.0o' S ribs-- $5 X 5.10. 1S.0O: Nov. ! 20 SI f(ftt h5; Texan. teem. fit 65; raiivera, 50.$2 JjiiSJ tO; natives butcher tork. $1 00ti2 Hotm Receipta. 2910(1 ; steady, nctivo : pactcra and Khipixra, SI 4di;l SO; prime heavy and 3 S5 : tkips and sebutcher weiifhta, SS lected liarht, $2 mtr2 V; heavy mixed, Rl lik'M,! 10; lsmbs, $4 50i5 Twenty-fuort- b First National AT LAV, - Ave, Ogilen. Ttah. 1417 , avenue, Ocden, I'tah. Washington Practices in Ihe a ill Pitrirt Court and all the EDWAKD M. ALI.1MOX. ALLISON. ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- over T'tah Xntintial Hank, corner of OfT're, Wliin?ton avenue I'tah. JACOIJ - and 1 went or AILIKu aAHHOont OmralaadNE&VOOS SKEXXITTi Wcakauaof Body aniSiod, Effwiti of Erron or Exmmm taOldor Tounr, Holla SAMtOOO Ml; RMm4 lMlrnSOOT,n4 StmwtkraMIUI.l'KIiavrLorirDOHdiVSariKTfiOl' C. H. Greenwell Y ( strc-et-, MatN'TVIN Leave. Arrive. Mail, tlinalia, Council ltl.ili, Denver, katisus City, aud eat. daily No. Exiires," Deliver. Oiniiha. Conn- -' cil lilutls, Kansas City and east, daily J Utah ( & a. 8:30 in 3:30 a. m 5:31 p. m 3:20 p. ra Northern. MOt'.VTAtN TIMK.J J. R- - Washitiffton 2K)S aveune, No. Ollice, 369 street, Otfden, X'tah. Twenty-fonrt- h RANSFOUD SMITH. $X OO.OOO. - $1S5,000 gMITH a H. W. SMITH. No. 9 Cache 36 daily and 87, Moris'TAIN No. CAPITAL, City 122-P- ark press, daily 'i'lw very host references can bo given. Ollice. First National Bank. Kesidenco 252 Madison avoouc. J : $200,000. TlUK. . CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS, Plans, specifications and estimate prepared and work superintended , Maps, plat, tracings, blue, prints, etc., ate., executed on short notice. Rooms 3 and 4, Union block. No. 362 Twenty ' Fourth Street, Ogden, Utah. - - Arrive. Ex- 5:00 p. m 9:10 a. m Utah Central VOl'HTAIN TIME. , ojierations. OF OGDiar, OTAH. ui 9 :50 p. m 3:10 p. Leave. M. S., Special attention given to tho diseases of wuuien and children. Will visit any part of tho country, either in consultation or to perform CITIZENS' BANK a. Echo and Park City. M. D., D. D. S. Bank, 5:10 p. m J:15 First National SUIRGEONS-"yiLLIA- PHCIANSjAND COMMERCIAL - lo- Mail . and"l i i i.... lieienn r.K oiuie iiui ti.. press all jioints north, OSCAR THRA1LK1LL, National- Valley cal. Hattle Creek, and intermediate lniiuts. .. No. SMITH, ATTORNEEYS-AT-LA- Office, rooms 35, Bank buildinw. W. N. Sim-uso- , Vice President. Cashier. Arrive. pn'ss, all points north daily HEYWOOD, Doolt, President. E. j Mail and") Unite and Helena r x- ast ATTORNEY-AT-LA- DIRECTORS: Warren W. Corey, R. A. Wells, John Keck, C. E. Wurtele.C.C.Robmson, Thos. Cahoon, Theo.Robinsoo Ad. Kului, 8. 8. Schramm, . . ROCK! ROCK! ROCK! Leave. Arrive. No. 1 Atlantic Fast) Mail, Salt Lake City, f 4:15 a. nil 8:10 a. m ) daily No. 3 -- Park City Ex-- "l press, Utah & Northern, Accommodation. Salt Lake City, Frisco and all intermediate points No. " Atlantic Ex) press. Salt Lake City, intermediate points. .. ) 9:30 a. m 9:30 a. m 3:50 p. m 4 :50 p. m S Fast Mail and' II. & N. Express, Salt 6 Lake City, and all p. m intermediate points, '. daily ' Rio Grande Western. MOUNTAIN time. No. Leave. 9:20 p. m Arrive Fast Mail, Salt") Lake City, Provo, a Leadville, Pueblo.Den- - 8:30 a. m ver, and all points east J daily pENjrisjrs. No. -"- Eli" Salt Lake) R. SSOWDEN, .' 3.00 a. m 11:00 a. m City and intermediate ' Q ) points, daily DENTIST. No. 4 Atlantic Express, ) Office, JI27 Washington avennn over Horrock Salt Lake City.Pueblo, 8)45 p. mi 6:00 p. xa A Sons store. Teeth without plates and saving Dearer and east, daily. ) natural teeth a specialty. No teeth or root too bad to be saved by Ailing or crowning. Special Southern Pacific. attention given to children'! teeth. mountain time. No 2 3.-0- , ! Leave. The HeCUIa . tnarry of fciray fr. Uronlte RHk la tke Beat ta the t. Market. j:PASEVITCH, Tot prices dallvered call st office of Brala-arBeblaaoa at Ca 2406 Washington At. d, & Bros. PHOTOGRAPHER, 276 Twenty-fift- h Street, Ogden, Lean?, Deeds, Morlga Etc., IN 2 Pacific Express,! through to San Francisco and intermediate f AT THE Meat, Poultry and Fish ALL COMMERCIAL OFFICE 7 AO p. m WORK WARRANTED. 8:00 p. xa Arrival and departure of TJ. S. mails at the Ogden pos to thee : Ar. 1X0 a.m. 8:30 " 10 0 " Utah Central " Having fitted up an elegant new gallery at Park City and Coalville. 10:11 the above number. I invite the patronage of the Brigham City, Logan " :. 10:M and Collinston public, feeling satisfied that I can meet all de- Denver and " 10 Aspen mands for first class work. , , Utah Northern 5:30 p. m. Utah Central 6:30 " GRAPHS, $3.00 and LTWARDS. Try our Pure Lard, manufactured selves and you will never ue any other. Unit orders and wholesaling a special businear No. points, daily Utah, Arrive. No. 4 Limited Fast ) Mail, San Francisco f 4 .'00 a. m 7:30 a. ia . ) daily Union Pacific.... Central Pacific BUTCHEKS. Dep't. n. m. 8:;p. 5 0 " 8:30a. 6KI0 " m. 9Ka. 5:00 .00 p. m. " D. & R. U. W 10 ;00 9 K a. m. Eastern 6 M) p. m. Cheyenne Huntsville and Eden, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. West'Wober and Florence, Tuesdays and Fri- days " POSTOFCTCE HorRS. in order for duplicating. Genernl delivery window ojien at 8 o'clock . m. and close at 14 o'clock i. Money order window Aik'Ls at 8 o'clock a. m. Bud closes at 6 o'clock mm. J. PASEVITCH. Hnsiness district-- two deliveries per day, at 8 o clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m. Residence districts, one delivery per day, at W ."V.. o'clock a. m. Kimball, p. Al. All negatives made by J. O. Stephens are kept FBKK DELIVERY SYSTEM. by our- with as. Tweutj fourth street. Union Pacific Railway. T1MK-- a?e. Wbolrsalb akd Ebtau.' DEALERS TABLES. Arrival and departure of trains carrying pasM'ugera at the Union depot, Odeu, Utah. S. BOREMaN, ' Ofiire. nimtnirs, No. Oitdou. l'tuli. - L. B. Adams, ret liOSx . TIME UA1LK0A1) r, i 8125.000. box Mo. 75,000. Jir. K. BIMBAI.L. lliin.VLL 4 , , . FOR f.lEU ONLY! TlltiTBKM-SnKf- iM aalkllkx NO la a SUM ua rrHra CnMrln. Write tMlity frm Pv'friHI Snk, f IrluiKI m bJ prAofk nalt- - rplHt F daily, (sixiiaj inti.idkd. h a, . AkMiuwIv MS ni'nr meat A.mi of ('. II. (irvti'"ll linw., :Cm TwcDty-fourtstreet, Ok'di'n, L'tah. P. t). United States Depository. I Tuli ALE-LA- IjHJR SALE On easy terms. New flve room frame house, witli cellar, front and bark Tweuty-tirs- t Mrchea. Call on J. W. Wart'limus, near Y'an Hun ti. court. Personal attention uiven to ndlertiuis. K'nvmler tle til ace. in I'eery's wiMMlen huild-ini- Utah. Oynlon, lnx Sold by Drnfra-iatFBIC'K aa.lM FRONT llolloway. Attorney liank builduiir, Ocden, I tali, she will learu of sotnethiitg uf advantage to her. Vice-Pre- 7 FURNISHED Uraut aveoua. RENT A OOD FURNISHED ROOM. Meuanw, Ml tiraut avaaoa, B. WHITE, BANK, exxaaxamax(BBxaBxaaxaB acknowledged Rtg O the leading; remedy for I cat a dlaett Oenorrhera TOAY8. The only sate remedy for" orWhitex, Leaeorrttoea Satttan. aau I I prescribe Hand feet aa In recnaimendilUI it ' TMEYaCHt'"ii Co to all sufferers. . v ancTt,oa TSi A. J, clvrifcifc 1. DBCATCB.IUW V X. U.S. A. J.. i AT PERSONAL. WAS HR. MILLER. WHO titeaM-dL theuureof ieo. 11. ToaiiclM-ndand who afterward innrrieil a gentleman li the name of Wilkin, will ronimunicate with, C. ht Law. First National The World Enriched. OGDEN, UTAH. The facilities of the present day for the A. COTTIX'GHAM, , production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort Capital, 91f0,000. fSurplnn nAd PHYSICIAN. Undividea Protlts, $5O,UO0. . of mankind are almost unlimited and In connection with general practice, gives .T. C. Akmstboso, President. special attention to diseases peculiar to females when Syrup of Figs was first produced W. V. Hw.psicn, diseases of the genito urinary organs, diseases O. E. Hn.1.. Ass't Cashier. of the roctnm, vix. : Piles, fistula, fissure aud the world was enriched with the only Cashier. ulceration; diseases of the ear, nose, throat and perfect laxative known, aa it is the only chest. Consultation free. tMiice over Postoflico. Telephone 209. remedy which is truly pleasing and Active Accounts solicited. Correspondence to the taste and prompt and invited. CIVIL ENGINEERS. effectual to cleanse the system gently in WABBE W. COEET, W. V. ITELFRtrH, Cashier. President. the Spring time or, in fact, at any time s. anil Manugor. &A. TCSH. Tbbo. Bobison, B.W. FABIS. and the better it is known the ruore pop& FABIS, rpUSH ,v ular it becomes. say-abo- ut ROOM lady LT prfcsoNAL-I- p.VlNTEU 4 MCRl'llY. UTAH NATIONAL BANK, 75fa3W. 40. MCE FROST tu auaa and vife tu iiwiw. I V ATTORNEY ("BirAOO, Sheep Receipt, 8,000; slow, weak; atockera and feeders, W 2.ri4 W; nativea, $4 00ti t7r; weKterns, J4 20ri t 50; Xexans,, prime fed 151 60; A ATTORNEY-AT-LA- firm: t 3b3 blork, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Site, Wathinirton Interest Paid on Timo Deposits. Chicago Cattle. . COTTAflE, FOCI ,V)R RALE CnrHP-NE- W ruutas, balh room, im.ii try aud clothas all uioely fur. irea; giwd wateruf inMrs.kit.'lteu. Palmer. Tlnrteenta uirlied. luijuire street, four duora from atatioo fifteen, mutot line. S. WOKTHMAN, on Time nud Saviiiitu Peiiosits. capital, STJItrLTJS, 12',. 70. clear-$S.R- .'ii5 Short MCK OFFICE. WALTEbM T- X Otfdei., Iiilorct Paid A. Ai-i- FOR SALE. Offiee: Room S, Srd Floor. Bunk liuildiutf, Oxden, L'tuli. IT BIGFT.rtW. President. JOHN A. HOVI.i:, Vice Pretident A. P. BlUliLOW. t'asbier. in Wall and received frvun followed rtiliDK lower a onick rem-tinanil iiricen declined lnl'iC Ihen ftilloweti a t 1c, but sold off nvnin a leady advance of c higher cliHotur tliun Saturduy. I'nc, -Iiereiit., j.tli).'titi1 shiinnuntf, 4)il,(X). 1 ; Kye Steady 1. Harley Nominal, J8. street I. Union , .... Surplus, OFFICE laWH. KM-H- . ATTORNEYST-LAW- - KITH Urt. i lun YALKXTINE U1IJEON, 00DEN, UTAH. Capital Paid in, rsj LXJH RENT A PiXAf AST I'fcKl'RKISH FD ZJrd to let fur Uul houaekeepu1 i atrert. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- 16 Petroleum. Sot Room street, Ogiiea, I tan. BANKS. n Vli-x- AT ISM 1R ATTORNEY Faax-ISC- STATE IOR D.40HXSO.V, Office, S7SMx. bond arript.... Atrh.ATop Hurtina-to5 Mpx. tlrat mortie . ( eutrulcoru . IS I.San l)n o Nov. Y , axorra riKcixcr. Justire of the Peace Jumea Jobnsoo. ('oiwlMble Krancia M. Ileloap. 21 RENT-MCE- 1R Jnetiee of the Peace J. W. Hurt. Cun table Juaeub Hoicire. 00 1 AND THE CHEAPEST Offioe rooms 19 and SO First National Bank I kU in Ogden. Ixrf Jim to J"). CaaWaV Bail dine. IVdee, I'tah. Lumbrr Mr Bamth. Huum aud kt for furnUhed to parties budding oa our lota. A. J. t r ipaey. Five Point. .. So II.taa. ATTORNEYAT-LAW- Jnatiee of tlie Peare-Pet- er L. Sberaer. t'uiutabW Jaaiea Harrup. - , wiuioif raiicivrr. Jwtireof the 1'e.ve P. P. Ilianham. Drake. ttanirl 4'uitable 3 huttr Cmk SHOfcT-1- aa exiwn. to C. n..rltuaa beat. Fiix Naimaal liauk bodiiiag. KET keep B. PASH. Q Juntiee of the Peace Simoa F. Ualvereoa. I'ouktable Caleb Parrjf. BoaTox, Xot. 17. Tha a tuck market clinvd aa Youk, Peace-Ta- Justiee of the Peace CotwtaU- e- W i!ob Ponltor. rcBAstsr Tirw raacrstcr. J not ire of the Peace W. H. OandalL. 4 unliable 4ieonra H. Mayeock. SLATEKiuia raacracT. Joiieof the Peace J amove Hu triune. Cuattable Joba J. 11 atctuae, Boston 8toe lis. New wenk. cember w by kWill ilroa L. B) baa. ' axxcvuj.a raacucT. Jaatiranf tba IlJit grwiad W LAWYERS. 1 tS UMipliir iiuinpatake ciktxh raarifcor. m A. XL. RENT 1Reompeuy la aad Is Katkmal Bank 11 btuhliiic. Llea. Dra. Kx-ria- lota FOR feFAT AVU It'xtMTl'HE Oi lMa- II OUSE ulF;k iuuiu. Addnaa lLlX,9-oail.fcairUock- WHtrXtKat Offioes. mnaas west aaata prbcinct. Mining Stock a. fUxlit- in. t'al. A V , . rw-irr- I' r1K RE"- ARCHITECTS. street, luom 10. over Standard oSioe. tAxdra. I tail. U. tar KltJS KET-- Fl RMSHEl tauard. at itrt. Jctferua UurwU. a Twentj-foart- J LXKKK rxECrNCT. Naw Tork Monev. New Yoik. Nov. tilJ. linofl.-rH- l 11. 1 m) Lur. rLii mi raaciM. JwUr of tba Peace I tawtaLlc JuMadi IL t'arver. U buuu'a yoow a sxith, aucTst f 17. - E. B. Irum. Jotta tjooid. CuektabW- S' eoapoa ,PaCitie'i I C. 8. Praee- t LAUt Mat ZiZ FOR RENT I, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Plaaa aad iarillauBe made aa4 eotimatM mrpeavtr' iutitaii( due Caea ua ai lirattuB. toar&rr. Ail aork cvarauiMMl, Ki.iiiTe and hum rmt ctree, bet a era admaaa aa4 Jerf eTMia avwauea. Five Ptat. lelvxilauata Kav C ifuur naa- - Osrdr. I'tah. twr. ildlm rtEi of tb Jottr 'iiiiMauie Ul Btocaa AaMricaaEx lit XurtbratrrB p'd. W . AirbtMia fiS..K mirai "Kp1 i auaittaa FarilU . ts'nwoaNaiuratkja . lt .. '.', SiXXit AnirrK-aa- . lkaa. S..UT brra ( antral i'auLc ... . 9t Hirvaxai lmimiiil su Lu Miurt hurhturti in. ....... . fS ny..n il'i SA Larkaaoaa...... . . zvjPacItie MaU ' . li", 'k.lin IUK.U 1 . !VRork 1,1 and Kria Kansas k Tcxat.. .. 1U .M. I'aiil Lax Shore H4S M. faul A Omaha. Zl st . Prr JmwiJ C4lii Ooppar, Laaul and Tin. 17.- -4 Ji Toss. Sut. 'Mi. BttanaaL ml 1 im. vumiit. duamtM-- . aiil; kauaad. alratu. f Kaw Yock. No.17. E. au4. t'kTSVUJJt pBnCT. tlie tivra McKajr. 4ieur C f rrrta. lutvtatae-I- I. Ouaaraatwil auaJa aaarr. a, a-b- t4r a mmim um- - kabri-iv- tl Hi, xaAKli-lai- . THKKK JATF1 UUL1KS AU X" aci ' j 9r a ca&rr&a - day the bearer fVery boor. Rm Vkim could only say that be bad met Mrs. Dumoide, and that she bad hftrd np her veil and given him the tueabage whkh be bad faithfully repeated to To this st&btiu-n- t Rata Daas adhered. He did not know where Nuddea was, bad no frkods at Xuddt-a- . and would most certainly never go to Nu even though bis pay were more than doubled. Nnddea is in Bengal, and baa nothing whatever to do with a doctor aerving in the Punjab. It most be more than twelve hundred miles from Meridki DnmoiaB went through Simla without halting, and returned to Meridki, there to take over charge from the man who bad been officiating for him during bis tour. There were soma dispensary ac counts to be explained, and tome recent orders of the surgeon general to be noted, and, altogether, the taking over was a full day's work. In the evening Dumoise told his locum tenena, who waa an old friend of bis bachelor days, had happened at Bagi; and the man said that Hum Dass might as well have chosen Tuticorin while ho was about it At that moment a telegraph peon came ia with a telegram from .Simla ordering Dumoise not to take over charge at Meridki, but to go at once to Nuddea on Keci;il duty. There was a nasty outbreak of cholera at Nu hl.-u- . and the being shorthand) u as usual, had borrowed a surgeon from the .rk l.lftinl. M. H rit. ouxAI. a cJ si.lk WlMrji.f Ll T aa-- i Axdrw . ii o-i- Xi ' ; a l!f. ' - 1 ( 1 I l'tMtl-IIl- East auk Wmrtumeum aveaaa. brt. Taecti- Mrerta. j aa4 Tait-iiur- d --. .. am f . w . AND BUILDERS. i i aTKle-iJ- M V Ui ' ' t .5 1 if-. . iittX fctt ai.i Li- - - 11.1 it- - in t l.i. .iJ. ; L AL1 ; .'fv tt'.t 1 I ! t i tltl LlM IV"iA tji! . tl i m,m. !. ImXcS' er NOnfc. - i fe- -t i ,4 ea r a axaaxn a. IRtUWa k M. j MUf a Inuauad JPrarljrju Jraavs. h VI- - U'lMlK I iru.ni lutu- Yri- mr Jwi migmt m iaac. aat taa tmf aii tmk Vaaa laa H,a uf tmnj iiMm avaa a.rs bear far li Qa (a ma , i.ir-Ju 1 . va '. t x"-- - IU ' tila'i ii U'lMt . . "Ta l'i JxK'HiM. B." TKE WORLDS EEST. t,. B,- -f - ( -- fcUx-i- rw-i- fcuBae. rL t I'LX'ii-l- a f-- f- - Va wtii kmt aj, I mub; HJ iMrff H aaa iMbiUtldiiv aawa iImi Vil foM aar Sr - - aar a IM aVbuat artawaaa um fr.ia VVANTEO- - BUSINESS CARDS. DIRECTOR. OFFICIAL OLVMEIXE.; t-- I aa aa mm rmmruuit heart, " He auil. araaa it a tMi'c mM." Wat aVat U.4 AM K an! Lis face irva jcrx. Tin Lt Ttrt A I l!e L4 pargled: "I kavr Ir iruta tim ' Lata MX the Metutalubr a iiMje I j "When?" id Duiuuiae. a rts .4 &l d Duwn tVre, walViii, oe the rual to j ffe- a V. in. a. in a i"!t r f CMfcl irSC CAli d ?ia bt A the vill-e- . SLe - K. aJ 1K ia aid febe iiflrd thr teJ of tT UM t alij ti. li far! luilJrfciP Ul.3t! ufxurv- taid, 'Sjui DmK give my t.imi i u iW Mi:Wuii4 ii.ruax-it mmnArttf auJ Kiinn- - U. . t bHb, and trll kiia thit 1 th&H tut 1 baa . aa fJuw avi tttxt luooth at Jk'uddta. Tb a ran caunt 4f uTuw u.m raarnarr. ru(i-- t um. tt-i aa to aruLv ia away became I was afraid." ik Pwr-- K. 4. ataMbaa. twl a iW rfnv Tudt' oV not taf A. kura. What Dumoiae aaid or did I do not j nil aii an tim nod nmtvif Uu tX ataikrt Iwawtaiaa--1txcuaaiKPti raxjvrr. j fur know. Bain PasT'ducLm that be a ka tuat km am lanrrl J orrmuH aa4 Jiaee of tl V r - H. Ttnoa. iartiawa wm uJt a Bulbing, but wlkrd cp afid down tlte dmW aad tatiai4e fmi rurd. rJtSirA ! cturL f fur farua waiiia cUd lav aaaibrr tlM venuidaill tba eight, Talks ubiu rsxniarr. the Mtmsahib to come np the bill and eouU uut b atanaxl taia heti mi--it Lat aTW J axjee of tte Ptre k. I'rma. aaral 4'uuLatatkat a li. Ul SuUivaa. inn stretching out bis arms into tbedtrk euir a of.iatiai unuua aiia iaMitun tit geUbs rucrra u.Mt rtmmct bke a madman. Bat no Metnhibcaiiie. aturL iaaA al im. la ttxbut Julir 4 tb Peane-V- al libinax. be went or to Simla, and next tu- taA4 aT la Im end ma, - (aval att- taWkaaitI ma ! tl.WM HratltotivtTaltaM lis bis terror. ft!l down, ttta vrowc WAY !, 190. !AILV CL.MKKCJAL: TITI)AY, NOVEMBER n;KN 8404 Washing-to- n Avenue Ogden, Utah.