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OKDEN HAIf.Y roMMF.RCIAL: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 190. a STORY OF THE PLAIXSL WALTER WELLKAN If WASATOLD SOUTHERN SENATOR. BY JlaBoiiiT throag the daert waa!u stork-icAndaokaee aal tow g iVa. tl bead waters of rtr-sabe dreus are the fur foil t a as Um raa kx Don into this Lii ia Aad Es?laitJ orcaeioas wister. they cciJ ga Every one of them wa I ttut ia Aiaerics m well? Lbeg hare ux-to throw fcimarif Ul:!y into ? arky ia mxtrtj ttrulo-- to be al- -. it till he euoil gealirtuea the vru-r-. to drutk k-d aJLe L!.i tioa betwvea to rak alet-ia it till ui dntk no more: to ova dt aal that of the waiter. thtr buttuai the the ti Thry is inexorable. A . guk-hThere was tlw bed uf the little ; But f Lkj or ca. votati auriety a or tee very agu year rrerk, but there was no w&Xr io it water Lad been lady ia New Turk gv a balL at which WLm the. brat-kitwere retjaaded to appear their fort now kicked up dost Ti the gmtleouncolored ia gvmeeta. Tle rw vanoay oae another. kitJced at mra tnmtd and revival of the days a was sult charauag. Each read nothing but cVepair ia bis . Lotus aad of the CharWa. Bst the cf a One fce. man, jorngsQ-rxteighbur's thus art. ur attempted to be art. Ugaa to weep, and triad to drink Lis faahioa owe tears. Aaothwr caraud and sworv; ixi not cue tinea. Why not mo oe caa ce prayed. Uott ft then threw them- telL Afwr this oae 13 was over the crimselves cpoa the ground, weary, hopeiatt. blues and purple were LuJ son Tbea Mr. Soovill came ep. ha ring aside and and appeared ao more, aad their comfort the to the at wagons paaf4 boa ad mra and the skk men with the owners resppoared ia their somber assurance that relief was at hand. lie "claw haminrra." To return the garb took ia the situation at a glance. Be of our forefathers for ordinary wear felt that the lives of all these men were would be aa absurdity, bat to revive for ia his charge, and be called eat to the these graceful aad elegant garments be good mea, Sume of you raa ap the gulch dress oocation would certainly reand some of yon down; yoa will find taste aad could aot be unfavorably of the Ltditft. revival The ceived the by Kink hole with somewhere ft pocket or water ia it When yoa find it call silk stockings and breerhts ia Engliab out to as.' So the mea jumped up society is perhaps a forerunner of aum and scattered this way and that Mr. such revolutioa. Alrer 'y we of this Scovill. la his hands the buckets which country are growing sensible ia the he had brought down into the gulch to matter of summer attire; why should w not grow araaibl as well ia our garget water for the mea ia the wagons, ments for social oocasionaT Boatoa Adstood waiting and lie teeing. lie realued that the critical moment had come. If vertiser. within a few minutes ft shout was heard, MsMlaf Call. they were saved. If not Naming oolU as they are brought into "But shout was beard from up the the world oa a big stock raising farm gulch. Some of the mea had found might seem to be a simple operation; but a deep hollow, and ia this wet sand just as when the parents of a doaea chil-dre- a and graveL With their hands they find themselves short of names and had dug a bole ia the ground, and slowly have to resort to a Biblical or classical terminology, ao do the owner of lot of horses kept for the purpose of raising horses for the turf find themselves running short of name. Who has failed to notice the odd nomenclature of the race conrsef The proprietor of a farm and a big lot of thoroughbreds ia Pennsylvania has made a rule for himself. To all the colts bora ia the first year, under this rule, be gave luunes beginning with A, in the second year B, and so on. He put the idea into practice nine years ago, and Hli has reached the letter L Sometimes there are queer combinations of names. For instance, a colt was named Harmony, and the next year his brother had tacked to him the name Impudence. As the breeder bas fifteen colts this year to be named with names beginning with the letter 1. he confesses himself puzzled to originate attractive and orotund names enough to 7 A WELCOME RIQIt. go around. New York Sun. water had trickled in. It was brackish PnaUheil for Being UoneiL and warm, but it was water. Nothing John Crannon, a man bearing a good ever tasted sweeter. found a check at- the Edincharacter, "Next morning, by digging a deep exhibition. He could not read, holo in the creek bed, they managed to burgh and the friends to whom he showed tor get ft good supply of water, and in a check advised him to keep it and look couple of hours had caught enough to out for a reward. This he did, buying fill the barrel The lost thing each man for a month, at of the party did was to go to the little the Edinburgh papers 'time he handed over well and drink ft long, deep, fond the end of which the check the police. He then got his off Then moved the wagons draught over the plains. Just in the nick of time reward. Qe was prosecuted for not giving up the thought occurred to Mr. Scoville the prescribed time that some other poor devils might come the check within and was brought before after it, finding find tho the strike it trail, gulch, along although "he did a dry instead of a wet camp, and de- Bailie Walcot who, not think there was any intention of spair. So he took an empty flour barrel theft," imposed a fine of 1, or two days' and scrawled upon it: imprisonment, "it being too serious an 5 ' : affair for his lordship to pass by." The water : : 1,000 faet up tli fuleh. bailie therefore expressly finds that the E. T. Kconu, : : : man was not a thief. Why, then, the : Chief of Kngineen. sentence? Evidently as a punishment "This he stuck in tho sand by the side for honesty, since if the man had deof the trail stroyed the check instead of delivering "Now the scene of my story from ac- it to the police he would never have got tual life drifts to South America," the into trouble. London Truth. senator went on. "Ten years after these A Cool Thief. occurrences Mr. Scovill sat in the parlors of the Llama club, Lima, Peru. A thief went through the Mount VerHe had gone to Peru to help Henry non, O., Sanitarium the other day. He Meigs build those wonderful railways in drove up to tho door of the building in a the mountains. This night he and a buggy, hitched his, horse, and went in. number of Americans and Englishmen Soon after a lady patient entered her were chatting together, when Mr. Sco- room and found a man there with a two vill told the story of his journey across foot rulo measuring a window. Turning the plains. There was one man in the to her he Mid: "There seems to be only party who was obviously excited. He one slat broken out of that blind, and could not keep hia hands still. Tve only found four so far in the house." "Aa Mr. Scovill reached the end of his He then went out and went through the story, and told how he had put up the other rooms, and, having completed his sign that water could be found a thou- researches, got into his buggy and drove sand feet up the gulch, the nervous away. Soon after the lady who saw him stranger, a man of giant frame, leaped in her room found that her purse, with from his seat and took Scovill in his arms $17, was missing, and an investigation as if the latter had been a child. proved that the thief had ransacked all " "Then you are the man, are you? he the rooms right before the eyes of the exclaimed; 'you are the man who saved manager and all of his assistants. my life. I went across the desert a few Cleveland Leader. days after you. I my companions and to Secretary Tracy.' I suffered as you suffered. On the way we killed our horses and drank their Secretary Tracy is selecting names foi blood. Whoa we finally reached the cruisers, and we suggest for his considgulch we had just strength enough left eration Raleigh, North Carolina, or Bell, to enable us to crawl down into the dry in honor of Admiral Henry Bell, of Orcreek bed. There we lay down to die, ange county, who lost his life in Japawhen one of us happened to see your nese waters in 1867. Admiral Bell was in Perry's esjiedition that opened up Japan to the commerce of the world and was engaged in the fight with thePei-H- o forts. As we have had a Roanoke, perhaps he might like the Swannanoa. RJeigh (N. C) News. lrV fJu ft ek zt IMJ-tUfa- Pruhxl Vim 1 I ti J JuduM- .- tarfc-- C. Ttf rul to TIm to tN Lit aa4 LHt Mark That riml a Cii vw riuA. "to Waaa bnqMll jSyial Oinw J &mrm Viaaoroi, Oct. 30. A aoatbm. MMturUJ bm oo day a story wkica I Mr wwk to pet in print. It ia a smpU talacf tbaeari dava is the far tract. " 1 - i un A PIT CAMP. best be told In the word of the Tin himself, "Before the war, white Mmber of route for the propowxl Pa-ott-o raOara wen being turrryed; E. T, Saovfll, of ClereUad. O., wm in charge ejf ft corps of engineer engaged la tri- ls rqiilitirsi And level work oat In Oa one occasion it became oeoaa-aar- y for the engineers to leers their baas and cot across the Nevada of supplies Mr. 8corill diacorered that the jtaifia. 5arney would require about six days; ttet water campctmld be made erery third, and that tigbt exceptingBothe he made his arrange-xoen- U woold be dry. prudent accordingly, being xofto, if not aa experienced plainsman. IIis outfit consisted of ft couple of wagons and about fifteen men. One of bo wagons carried a large barrel, which Ihe chief insisted upon partly filling with water, as camp was broken in the early xaorning. To this precaution, perhaps, all the men in the party owed their lives. The party found no water at their sec-cnight's camp, but there was still pretty good snpply in the barrel, and aext morning they pushed on as nsuaL Hr. Scovill instructed the men to be as economical aa possible in the use of water, aa that night's camp was 6ure to be dry. Nevertheless, when they started ant on the fourth day's journey there was but ft little water in the bottom of the barrel, and the heat was so drying and warping the new ly empty cask that It was by no means certain if the little that remained could be saved. The heat .also made men and animals inordinately thirsty, and before midday Mr. Scovill found it necessary to station himself bolide the precious barrel, revolver in hand, threatening to shoot the first man who took water without his consent 'The heat appeared to rise from the wand like vapor and dance a death dance afore the sufferers' eyes. Not ft breath f air stirred. There was not a cloud as Mg as a man's hand in all the sky. The tM-lba- d Ne-wii- ud -- A UFS SAVING DRAUGHT. was like a great round furnace, and waned to be dipping nearer and nearer the earth. One poor boy, a chainman, Vnccumbed an(i was placed in a wagon, with one of his companions beside him m to put a wot cloth on his brow and fan ,; kixa. ,.t,. j. ,, "The horses struggled on, their nosea atmg nearly down to the ground, and the white lather chafing their limbs, their eyes bulged out of their, heads like knots ea a tree.. All of the rhen who were able walked or helped push' the" heavy wagons.' Boxes of food were thrown overboard to lighten the burden. No ens was permitted to drink, merely to , wet his handkerchief in the bottom of the sand and thrust the dampened end -- la his mouth. The horses did their i . drinking from a sponge.'; ',: - ' 'Finally the hist drop disappeared from the. barrel. The men satisfied themselves of this by sopping their in the core era and them - mt perfectly dry. Then withtaking their jack- knives they gouged out pieces of the damp staves and sucked them. One of - the men became delirious, and knelt in the sand as if he Weredriuk-in- g from a babbling brook. Then he began to tear at his throat and curse, and 21r. Scovill had to have him bound with and put in one of the wagons to ropes protect him against himself. Soon the teamster, who had refused water that - his horses might have more, begun to laugh loudly and to go through the motions of taking glasses of beer from a counter and drinking them. It was pitiful to see him turn his .dry, creaking . Tawhiile up and with muck i gusto and drink from it The ir smacking of teamstor also had to be tied. "1 can't begin to describe the borrow of thirst which tho men of that party suffered. Just as the sun was setting 4hcy reached the fourth nizht's ciuuu. hand-kerchie- fs . h W J. A. Jut.a -l Ituinr) iMxnS ii a'awr a V. k. Jajrf a- - aes, atuitrta t tse. QrAem. Jrsdcr. Practical r Sc. Tweaty-ftf- aVctiax . fat aia xamad aa4 Toty-ilar- niaeoobu reamer. - S tK Paaco Am Jartioe Cuoatoito isaorsa E. runf tzmm rtmnc-T-. K. EL Prorar. Jaatiee of tho Pea Cnaaiablo J oil a Ooald. ocra oooaa Jovtie of U liotllhU law J puran. Jaaaieo or tb A SMITH. yOOM ARCHITECTS, Deawair. AMisruxa Poor-WiU- nriKT. Teaaty-fovrtl- a Kawoae iaa it mm U. Cutohie Ur. Paare Jaaaa Stocaf. peica. T rt.Ai cm ruacutcr. 3mm tieoer the Peace Coaatafato-Joau- A R Career. BIVKBSALB leJea. tra. rooa M. t taa. a WHKr l.KK er Btaadard -- . t r enter. A kmmd H.IW-- aal OmcarsoaM It aad K First Natloeal Bank BaiUiaa, Ordsa, Utah. FOR RENT. lr SBt Teesty-roort- B V'ALKVnSK REST AND FOR Air REVT-rUKXl- HEI HuiaaeU. llna beat. Kauuaal bank floor, tin r a TLLt, Root r REMT )R klUd A. Or KIC K ,77 t- -, U klL mus kai bWa. i. Front A NICK nu Waehiactoa araaua, to Ckdani.1 ta lady ml mom; vary mutmy A430 RENT-NICE- FUftNUnrn LT mui LVR RENT r asiin , aveajaa. A GOOD ITRNUHED , uraat avaua, iui eneoa rucnicv. W. National First ard Omoe: Room Floor, , Bank BuUdiac, Ordaa. Utah. J J " 8. ATTORNEY AT At. - 8ALK CHEAP-NE- F S417 nt 1 J OOTTAQR, tVC aata saotty W w nj R SALE On aaar tarma. New ftv aaaasara anrum, WIV.AJ CTtlKr, ITOBl ftBd Mf aaVU ' lreU I Oedea, TJUh. OB af. Washinirton lk,,an.il W afcFaafif fff. PERSONAL. UIIIID ' uiuo.'l If MRS. . 1 11 ana wuu anerwaras J -- I mtrriM a C. HoUoway. Attorney at Law. First NatuJ " ' " " w.i, an. wul arars soineUung of advantage to her. ATTORN BANKS. louil wuf aUueaitra ood water ia kitchen, aiabad. Inqmr of Mra. Palmar. Tainaau four door from atatioa Aftaaa, bhni street, P"aa: TtERSONAL UW, A MTRFHT. p.U.NTER w rn aad lot for Laats fnraiahed to partiaa building oa lUtl oar vum on iur lor for IBA 1 U WOBTHMAN, UK Washinaton Office, rXR 8ALK LASD8 AND TBI CHJUPlt l sow ia vmmm. uotm UUU ta taai car math. Hana 01DBON, ATTO RN E aienae, 0(dea, Utah. RAILROAD B. WHITE, rri aal ...... u. A ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Practices in tlie District Court aad all the eonrU. Personal attention eiren to collectionx. Remember the place, in Peery'a wooden hnild-ini- r. near meat shop of C H. Oreenwell A Bros., :rm Twenty-fourt- h street, 0dcn, Utah. P. 0. box 514. United States Depository. eoumTV rent-hrmsh- hb FOH nOCSE mimo POR. - ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Room A Cniaa block, atroet. Ociien. Utah. Osden, Utah. f. a. o-- )AmjiiJTr t,rops)r,riT rotaU. D. JOHNSON. rp BANK, Iit mrlu. FOR SALE. Mims MBCmCT. UTAH NATIONAL f - TOR RENT A PLEASANT UNFTJRKIB rum w an iut un noiaasaai' m. ATTORiNEY-AT-LA- Jaatio of the Peace P. P. Biachaav Cuaatabla-Dai- uoi N. Drake. wear webkb rtariMCT. Juatloe of tho Peace J. W. Hark Conrtabio Joaeyu Hugc- ootbb raacnccT. Justice of the Peace Jamea Johnaom. M. Belnap. Kraocia (ooaUble i E. & PASB. Q Jnatiea of the Peac- e- Peter L. Bharaor. Coaatablo Jaasaa Uarrop. rv , R LAWYERS. Joatiee n the Poaoa Tunothy KaWaU. L. Bbea. Catahio-Byr- oa BAiiatviixa rasrwcT. Jnatine el the Peace Coaatabio WiUoa Pouhar. rsaaiArr vore vaaencr. H. CraadaU. Jaatiea of tho Peao-- W. Coaenhli (lanrga IL atayeock. auAvaavnojl raanacr. Jaatio of tao Poaee-JaaHatchtaa. Uaaetabia Joha J. Hatciuaa. KAisiorr raaciKcr. Joetice of tho Peaee Simoa F. Halraraoa Caatabia-Cal- eb Parry. - ftwkW kaepaoaBpaay OOco. rooae H. IT aad II KaUceal Bank baildiac. Oroea. t'tah. TmCT. aiIJ77 IN Lba.t mm ut Rom.' rwaa. Jaatifla of tho Peaeo Riehard Djr. CoaaUhla-Jo- ha Parker. enrraa i i 4 t.assarrsji aisxxa. A&0S A OKA FTAM. McKay. ItM V Eat VT FD sTTitui to kaww TA 7 m auwet. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. PUa aa epecificatiuea mnS aed auaata owe riaea oa a(4lwattoa. t arpeaier s Jwoouia hai atreet, betwea loonier. Aii work liiMiVra aa4 aW. tint Adas aad Jedenoa ateaaea. Fir rmu. LtAJ- Teieieaa So. 3 (four nse). Mat io it a,t. id i.;" uZiil a Inrif H a.J !. a4r ac.b, r' rr.tm T"1! tl-cU w ,iii. ".w AM' iilirui j H aaeaa. he. Teeatr 4 Jurttc mt tiva FWe-T- al K. k : vbm! AND EUILDERS. e. s, runxi Guaaoav WANTED. ' AVTEI THREE Aaaea ave Jaatieo sf Ua Pae- A. Farria. UaaatataW-- D. O. Sulliiaa. t watthto- - H. u f SOS. A MDea a culiy. - - - - Ordea. Ttaa. IX JElVEAilDT COXTRCT0RS rumrv. uatPtnR. Tana. rovm ouixa ' C WATCHMAKER. kuce. rur-i.- Watf - - . aat fuf u ai trM it. Jamie at tbe lawtato-PL- il B.At'SD". t4"lei, W. A. tilSi a." hiuu tMtijeriaSAtteM of Jjirtnrt Seoala. ugms ruartarv. raarucT gmriit-n- ui tb rW-- E. A. Uf liaaieL luaUUa-- t. i! SH jeaoa. t.Uk tt rw. Fan. H- - -- t THE WORLDS EEST. Ormmt Areata. Aka Rraan- - FiaaurA. l )ler. !UunW-J- -t i 'uuarv . tsUurtf. iuka I Holitnrwwtk. p l W R.--- n - Lrm CAROS- - BUSINESS OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. paaaenKer TABLE? TIME I J arrja the Union depot, Okooo, Iui DAILY, (SUNDAY UiClCDID. m mnA ; .. li unK"' w, ,1,11b, " nf u at Union Pacific Railway. IMOCwTAIM T1MK. Leave. Arrive. - t The Holy Carpet la Quarantine.. BDWAEO JAMES H. KIMBALL. A ALLISON. CAPITAL, SUItPI-.TJS- . , flOO.OOO. JIMBALL $1 20,000 - Internet Paid oa Tima "DepoaiU. M. ALLISON. ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- orer Utah National Bank, corner of Washinirton aroma and Twenty-fourtstreet, Ogden, Utah. Office, h J. E. Dooly, President. . W. N. 8BTU.nco, Vice President. L. B. Adam. Cashier. JACOB Limited Fast Mail,") Omaha, Council Bluffs, ' 8J8"- - m ,:X Denver, Kansas City, J and east, daily No.J No. 8 Atlantis Eipresa,") Denver, Omaha, Coun- - ' eU Bluffs, Ksnsaa City t J and east, daily S. BOREMaN, Utah 1408 Washington areuns, R. HEYWOOD. OGDEN, UTAH. -- Fast Mail and! Butte and Helena Express, all point north, daily $125,000. 75,000. street, Oirden, Utah. Twenty-fourt- h a. KAMSrOaD SMITH. CMITH A SMITH, W. SMITH. Bank, OGDEN, UTAH. iroat, O. K. J. Hat. C. AsMsfaoNO, Bnrphis and SO,000. President. Cashier. W. V. Aetire Accounts solicited. invited. Hkltooh, Ass't Cashier. "yyiLLIAM OSCAR THRA1LK1LL, M. D., D. D. S. M. S Sp;ial attention iTn to the disease of women and children. Will visit any part of the country, either in consultation or to perform operations. The Tery best references can be given. V1,?fevin"at First National Bank. Residence 2528 Madison avenue. aUSH CITIZENS' BANK '. : .' Ad. Kuhn, No. 12i-P- ark City Ex-- ) 540 p. m press, daily...-- Arriva 9:10 a.i Utah Central mountain timb. " Leave. Arrive. No. 1 Atlantic Fast ) 4:U a. m 8:10 a. a Mail, Salt Lake City, ) daily Park City Ex-"- ) press, Utah & Northern, Accommodation, Salt Lake City, Frisco and all intermediate point ENGINEERS. ' ft. w, vavrxs, A FARIS, No. 5 Fast Mail and") IT. & N. Express, Salt Lake City, and aU intormediate daily.....; ; . SS p. n . 8--Fast DENTISTS. R. SNOWDEN, No. ' DENTIST. u.uHv..u a bona store. W.,kln. Teeth . ii nr. til u,c xiurroca withput plates and saving a. specialty. aural No teeth or roots too w un mTeu uy miing or crowning. speci attention given to children's teethe ttn , .J 6.00 p. m Elo Grande Western. Ofllwi , "41S7 .. Theo.Robinson points, CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. MOUNTAIN TIMR.J Plans, specifications and estimates prepared Arrirs. and work superintended. Leave. Maps, plats, tracings, blue prints, etc., etc. executed oo short notice. No Mail. Salt Rooms 3 and Union block. No. 362 Twenty Lake City, Provo, Fourth Street, Ogdon, Utah. Leadville, Pueblo.Den-ve- r, 830 a. m 3 .00 a and all point east daily Q V John Keck. WarreaW.Corey,R.A.WeUa. Tbos.Cahoon, ,4 C.E. Wnrtele .C.Robinson, S. & Schramm. Leave. . :. $200,000. ' DIRECTORS: Echo and Parle City. No. 3 JL 'u :50p. m SJOp.1 - PHYSICIAN. In congestion with general practice, (rives tMm.m tXm.B special attention to diseases peculiar to females diseases of th genito urinary organs, diseases of the rectum, via. : Piles, fistula, fissure and ulceration; diseases of the ear, nose, throat and chest. Consultation free. No. 7 Atlantic Ex-- ) Ollice over Postotlice. Telephone 209. p. m 430 p. ti press. Salt Lake City. intermediate points. ,. ) CA.TUSH. Vice-Pre- :;, and) PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. CIVIL Wat. V. Hblfrioh, Wabash W. Cohkt( Cashier. President. s. and Man agar. Thko.Robison, CAPITAL, Mail 3) Correspondence OF OGDKN, TTTAII. 3:10 a. Valley Butte and Helena Ex-- . press all points north, daily A. COTT1NQHAM. $1 Capital, UndividednOpOO. a. m MOUNTAIN T1MR. COMMERCIAL National achs rooms 33, 38 and 87, First National Office, Bank building. Interest Paid on Time and SaTinga Deposit. - 10:00 U) SJO p. m cal. Battle Creek, and intermediate point. .. ) No. 3 Fast ATTORNEEYS-AT-LA- H. C. BIGFLOW. Preeident. JOHN A. BOYT.K. Vice Preaidont A. P. BIQELOW, Cashier. Arrive. J No.-C- - TIME. No. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Office, 36S - ..m Northern. Leave. No. Office, Capital Paid in, Surplus, - - ao P ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Ocden, Utah. - & MOUNT AIM - . . Salt Lake ) City and intermediate f 3KW a. m II SO ) point, daily No. 4 Atlantic Express, ) Salt LakeClty.Pueblo. f l!4S p. m 6:00 Denver and east, daily. ) 8outhern Pacific. mountain timb.) "Eli" m.rc n p. "The holy carpet," which is pow beROCK! ROCK! ROCK! Leave. Arrive- j ing brought back to Cairo, where it will have to submit to the indignity of quarNo. 4 Limited Fast) tlie Mct'lala tfaarrr of Gray Mail. San Francisco f liX a. m 7J0a.nfl antine for fifteen days, is one of those U Uranlte ) ta Beat Bark the the daily......:.i which are periodically taken to Mecca, . Na. Expresa.'l there to be sanctified, and is made of a Market. ' titrougb to Ban fran-- 7KX) Por prices delivered call at office of Kraln-arthick sort of silk, embroidered with letCisco and intermediate p. m 8Kp.B at Kablnaon Ca.,'5406 ' Ar. Washington ters of gold, each letter being two feet points, daily.. in length and two inches broad. It covers what is known as the Beat-Alla- h 276 Twcoty-fiftor inner sanctuary of the temple. Paris Street, Ogdea, Utah, GalignanL A Foil In Crockery. HOCBX A5D 8IOB I was amused by a sign that I saw the Having fitted np an elegant new o;allery at other day. It was prompted, na doubt, the above number. I invito the patronage of the public, foehng satisfied that I can moot all de- by the shopkeeper's enterprise, and aniuuuub uasa wora. iui 1.N TUB LLAMA ursi, CLUB. nounced a "Great Fallof Crockery and blessed guide post A thousand feet up Furnishing Goods." Crockery that had -- AlSO AND- the gulch we found water. If we hadn't Buffered a very great fall you would and FHOTOGIUrnSy UPWARDS. $3.00 1 should not be here to take the hardly care to buy. Brooklyn Eagle. PAPER HANGING AND CALSOMINING hand of the man whose thoughtfulness It Worked. sa vd our Uvea,' . ALL WORK' WARRANTED. "I am familiar with tho details of this A woman at Lafayette, Ind., wanted A SPECULTY OF story," concluded tho senator, "bonaose to rid an alcohol barrel of the odor. Sue HARD WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALS .. livo coal into the All negatives made by J. 0. I know both Mr. Scovill end tlio big and Stephens are kept bung, www iur u.'i'ucaung. mac with whom he had such a strange eho won't bo ia walking order before Nine-tenths of the barrel hit meeting in South America. Tho latter, Jan. 1. SHOP. 143 MAIN ST. in fact, was my brother." her at once, and the remainder smasht-v- l the in windows, Detroit Free Press. Walteb Wkllmas. WALL AYE., BETWEEN 23d AND Ons door north of ths Hoots Oil and 81ms Oo ; - J. PASEVITCH, e. PHOTOGRAPHER, M.TEAHEN h MTILECO. PAINTING , Good Oierar J. PASEVITCH.