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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDE.N DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1831. what f :fidi ai5rioe, cl'j'led. bow- ever, to zke i?ubJ. "Bat wlj! Catly Jmitlcl tha pra-ftrir, abo acrtst-- aileagrrBeaa to bryta THE ROSE. 1 taavtf mf tmif It sear U fmm aa. mc tncnac tia I knr as mtj TU mrtnif tmiaaf a Urn aif aa MM I Ik My. tar My toa. tea MB n, mi MifM. -- Ua at Dams. UOCATING THE TRAITOR Ob bitterly cold winter's train Be-aJ- Baby Carriages! r, tb idc of aearching on aautber, a if indeed, we were a lot tit pickpocket. break So let the meeting. This exciUnH-n- t is absurd, and th dirasoa of oar plot unpafetble. Ai far the story told by the draakea aoldier ia the cafe I doa't beUrre a word of it" These words prodaoed aa angry m armor among the excited ccetpiratora. The protest seemed so ridicaloea, and aa the clamor increased Iraa toned to Um speaker an! warmly exclaimed: "Very well; we ahaQ abktaia from searchiug you, aiaoe yoa wih it, bat remember this, that if we fail to find a dew to the informant among those who willingly submit to the examination we ahall then know npoa whom to fix oar aaspiciooa. Now, comrades, search me first; I am ready." Ia a moment the speaker's porketa were emptied of their contents, and even the linings of his clothe were carefully ffarvbed; bat beyond a few old love letters, some political pamphlets and an English newspaper with a paragraph obliterated with lampblack, nothcharacter was ing of aa found. A second student readily subto the tot if tost it were with mit similar ru!ta. Then a third stepped forward and placed himself iu the hands of his coraiKtniona. But at that moment a curious incident occurred. An invixibld hand suddenly eitinguWied the light of the candle, and in a second the room was plunged in ntter darknesa. What did it mean? Who had quenched the light? For a moment the nihilists remained motionless, as if rooted to the spot. As they listeued in alarm, they heard a strange creaking sound in the direction of the curtained window. Suddenly the voice of Ivan exclaimed in the darkness: "Comrade, this is a trick! Listen! Some one ia endeavoring to by the window! It is the traitor at lat. His attempt to escape betrays bis guilt. Stand back! I know how to deal with him!" In an instant the report of three re volver jdiots rang through the room, and was followed by an agonizing yell aa some one fell heavily npon the floor. A profound silence then enined. It was an awful situation. At length Ivan toko to his terrified companions. ".Strike a light now," be said iu a trembling voice, "and let ns look upon tho face of a traitor. Will no one mov c? Aro you all afraid to gar, upon the dead body of a miscreant who has betrayed its to our enemies? Come, profetwor, where ar tho match.? Yon had them bust. Imthtirdi! Whut sound is that? Listen! By heavens, comrades, the police nre upon ns already. Tho house is Kurmnndod! Cuick! Here is a trap door, known only to myself. It leads to the main sewer, and is our only hopo of escape. Follow me!" Groping hand in hand in tho dark, the affrighted men followed the Fpeaker's direction, and after some momentary confusion, disappeared into a noisome abyss. None too soon. In another instant the door of the rooni was battered to pieces and a company of. gendarmes entered. Lights were now flashed in every direction, but it waa obvious to all that the conspirators had escajied. The officer in charge swore long and jeep, and ordered the men to search the house from top to Ixrftom. Then, advancing toward the window, he stumbled over a human body. "What's this?" he exclaimed, examining tho dead man's features with a lantern. "Ha! so they have caught you at last, my menu, nave tueyr well, yon played the spy long and well, but it always comes to this in tho end." . And tearing down the window cur tain the officer threw it over the rigid body of the professor. A. MeDougall in Pell Mell Budget. First Shipment of the Season Just Received. m4n ML Mmty wbma. enruy aa her a i iavwdkiiuB. -- "l fear ! "Bcraar," vae the heiatamig braat it is onaoonaary. Our word ot hutx' ocgiit to be nooh. tbere is omethinf degradisc ia Vfcaa I mtf gueau i ark j B jim wr aeated together ia a snail jmm ia a boom ntoabxl in the Jewish jnarter of boey aad largely popolaud city. The appfarauc of the nam vu wretched a tha external MpM of the boos itaelf. The solitary vuiluf vu totally concealedfrombythea Wary fadod cortaia depending nut, and at tha wind moaned dntmally tfefwogh the broken pane of glam iu amber foU awajed to and fra The Imu u female of thu mournful den wrre eeat-w-l round the table smoking their pipea awl talking, a if furtively, in whUptr. frebto raye of the candle fell fitfully npan the company thry revealed the youthful face of four student. The cfcief apukaaman, however, u a much ldY man, apparently about fifty, with a abort, pointed beard, ahagjry browa awd keen, penetrating eyes of the dark-a- t hue. The others deferentially the speaker as professor," and sacs, indeed, he was at that rime, at a of medicine in Roxsia. well known On the present oceatdon, however, he but of the was speaking, not of of aesaination. terrible was a nihilist, a reIVofttwor V puted CoIokatu of craft in the dissemination of revolutionary doctrines, and on she particular evening in question he was engaged iu advocating with fiery cdoqueuce the amawiuation of a certain culunol who had lately lieen promoted to the rank of chief commiiwioner of the arret police. As the night wore t their wntapered conversation was interruptHl by a low knocking at the outer door. In a moment the sprang noiselwwly to their feet amd listened with bated breath. The rand was repeated a peculiar whixtle was heard from without, and the listener eiclutnged significant glances and quietly resumed their seat. PreHently cautious footsteps were heard in an onter room, the door was opened and a young man hastily entered. His face wan pale, bis maimer agitated, and as he returned his companions' salutations he reg:irdel them with a fixed and nn;rry stare. "Yon have kept us waiting, comrade," exclaimed the professor, putting calmly at bin pipe. "Ugh! we are almost frozen, for the air of this wretched npartnfeut U rjnito hilxriun. But now to bunnies. Ve will warm ourselves with talk, and fire our minds with the prospect of jthe dot-trin- sud-elen- ly ." There was a murmur of approval. It was noticed, however, that tlie young man who had just appeared upon the acene took his seat in silence, and renting his elbows upon the table slowly scrutinized the faces of his comrades. "My dear profess," he said at length, "we cannot possibly proceed at present with this business." "Why not?" was unanimously asked. "Because," replied the latest comer as lie quietly snuffed the candle, "because one of us is a traitor." "A traitorl" exclaimed the men, starting to their feet "Yes, comrades, we are betrayed; and aa no one knows of this plot of ours except ourselves, it is plain, I think, that one of us has turned informant." "You are mad to say so!" hoarsely exclaimed the professor; "but iu heaven's name what has happened? Come, toll us quickly. This is no jesting matter." "Listen, then. On my way hither, comrades, I entered a Cife de Paris to tip a cup of tea and smoke a cigarette. I happened to sit down beside two of the secret police, and, as one of them was somewhat tipsy, 1 could distinctly hear his conversation. I found it rather interesting. lie told liis companion that ho was under orders to surround this old deserted house at mid nightit is near 11 cow and to arrest all persons found within. He mentioned. moreover, all our names, and added with a maudlin langh that a certain jrcrson. to whom the ailmmietration is eternally indebted, would be found in our midst playing the part of conspirator. Now, comrades, I have done. What nhall we do?" The men looked at each other in dis may. A dead silence filled the n om, for the mere suspicion of treachery among the men wao had solemnly dedicated their lives to the sacred cause of liberty eeemea to hold them dumb, such vil lainy in their very midst among men banded together in sacred brotherhoo- dwas a greater crime than the merciless acta of a despot and his millions. "If this is true," said the professor, in a voice of suppressed rage, "then I will no longer believe in human fidelity or the future of our cause. But death! if the story is true. Which of us ia the in lormerr added the speaker, staring fiercely at the pale fuces of his com panions. "Bah! it is useless to ask that, my dear professor, exclaimed lvan sncn was the name of the youth who had brought the strange intelligence as he advanced to the door of the room, locked it and placed the key in his pocket. "Every one will assert his innocence, of course, But, comrades, suppose vto endeavor to find him out? Let us search each other. The traitor, whoever he may be, must doubtless have in his possession some proof of his guilt At least, the experiment is worth trying. What say you?" "Agreed!' agreed!" exclaimed the as with one accord they sprang conclusively to their feet. One of the student, a tall, lank youth, with a some offi-oa- rs U-- cnric,Mai Hello!! ReDoIIl" "Hrlk! - Woil; Wimt m1 'Horn Isrour snutW. tktf fttonunf ? " Ver auc bmntr; iaiMliwI kr ajgat; tlx M ainuat rW ut as4 Mftet-sgleuuffk ai4 Mrrwastav m cfcacrfuL How rrauful quMa w pimii all ars to ju lur that tiuCLa? ot owU- " Doot speak of giatitaoa. Waal auta Uwaorloraayf" "Ma aar M awvar mw as woaaVrful a chanm ia auch a avnuua lunf uvut-le- . Us aviil tatsas ar ara ririn m aanli- aaa u vtu ana. i aa i "That's ruthL. ilea aa ekl MmLroa know. I'm sura four muiOtcr will c oo but ou wua t fuqru Uta tiaaw of tba BMdiruM!, will yon t " "Mtnrerl Dr. IVrw'l OolVa Mdial Piaoovery ara bouarawal wurda airway, and tt has eoeae to auy. D coma aa4 aoe a. bat auoatuna 1 wiu. il baa tirxua-a- i airaaly." bye." "Goidi-MtKlKaU lltarmwrr" cured awen. ooutai aod amatni Cuo-a- u la UtuuauHifr nipt km. or of ntana afttY doctor! bava Ijuk-- aod UH-mHlinnea bava bem tned and ataMdnnrd as inpaaa. Tbe "iMarovary" ia aaaja-tee- al tu benefit or cure Ul arerr raaa, l( and rirea a fair tnal, or Ukrn In U will ba retutukd. nxjut--- o biMrt-rin- c M Furniture Boyle Fred. i--tr (0) d m aM,lry Jm ft. tHMaM. r la Mftf aaawW hf aa fearfca. aWaxra 4aa rmm . Imt mmj mtt .aa m avfrtiM f . ajtaiei l 11 vMjr aitatwan, aaadl mi mm t . an au tmi m4 tm. ftva a Vamdarv a, avjanmar ai koana. U m i ,ug mU Mr l Maw,. aawaiw AU a mm. OhmI m M Kit U fWrtiMatu-a- j U a awit v ataiaT. iMnarJ. aSII V.Ki lri-lAil l alil I LAti fm f Ml aad ran jvh DR. 8AGITS ATI UK II EEXEDT eures- the worst eaam, bo matuw ol bow luos- atandlng. tti eeoia, by druarxta aa a, tai loit, smtaj.f f UH;. GROCERS, Liquor and Cigar Merchants Ltinc-arrulul- y Kiesel k company, J. WHOLESALE hl Co. SS7 Twratr- - arth IMatrlWntla Drp Ike kvrta, U Oguen. Utah. PocatelJo, Idaho. AOKNT8 FOll retiittair, DRUGGISTS. JOS. WALLACE Wedding Goods, IB CARL UPMANN'S STRATTON & STORM'S Also for Wallis & Co. Mexican eM-ap- DRUGGIST. INVITATIONS, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, ('arefully ComponuJed. 8349 VanhiiKtoo Avrona. CoEncrcial PubMIng ALL CORRESPONDENCE s Great Sanitarium, CIGAES. Order br Hail Promptly Attended to. Fifth St., Near Yoiuij, OGDEN rhntoKiapltic IlrTrlnping Frame A new developing frame has been de! signed to ai.i photographers in the field. WE will oar the abort) reward for anT caw of tirer It consists of two parts, the frame and Coaiplalnt. IrHT"i V Sir neatlarhe.lnduraxUon. Con- Opation or OoHivcnCM we rannot cure wlta rctn changing bag. The frame is constructLiver Plll3,wbl tho directions areftrlctly ed of wood, lined with vulcanite or Vegetable rotnp'.lMl witb Thry are pnroly Vegetable, and never other substance, having two colored fall to (rive eatisf action. SviKarCoated. Lartre bo Tea. containing 90 Pills. J5 cent. Beware ot counterfeitba glasses, one fixed and the other movaThe Pennine manufactured only and Imitation. ble, and fastened by four springs. There ItUS JOHM C. WEST CUMl'AN Y, CU10AOO, ILL. is a blot through the top of the frame Mold by A. II. IVAI.KKIt, IraKKiH(. UelR. I'tah. through which to pa.ss the plates; this is made light and waterproof by a spring lid of iiMt.il, vulcanite, etc. Partly in THE OGDEN TRUNK FACTORY and projecting from the slot is a metal case to place the mouth of the changing bag over and pass the plate The chemicals are passed in through an aperture, which h madolightproof by a shield. The changing bag is made of macintosh or lightproof material, fennel shaped, with an open top through which to insert the slide containing the exposed plate; it has uu elastic hand hole, and the month is partly protected by a metal case, and fits over the slot in the frame. It is claimed that this apparatus will be of especial service where it is desired to develop a picture on the spot.justead'of waiting the operator's return to his house or studio. New York Commercial Advertiser. Mitmifacturos the Dust Trtinka. Piairinff promptly aUcniiwi to. UM Trunks Takon in All Explained. KxchanRp. t inlcrs called for and Delivered to It 13 propinquity that explain why all part of tlie citj. OPPMAN. v KI.IXE handsome men nre so apt to marry ngly No. 2T0 Twaity-fifllSt. women and vice versa. Beauty is only tho bait, its use Saor M'llt merely to draw wwi, f,.r ,t t A ntta Tfav. tho prey within reach. Conlinguity antt Jnn Toi4n. Ohtn. once established, by accidental or other "t rna? Sim m nw iM.ca. in, raut( IM worn ns nv 1 means, tha rest naturally follows. , tlB khow iv a:i, you see oecause l am a . Wadiew k"w H'lJt.ll,r-bachelor. Cor. Washington Star. and Mxn yna. tan work la $500 Reward . ii U-iu- "OGDEN OFFICE." THE - Of this city, are equal to the most famous in the world- - The curative prop- erties of these waters are most wonderful and bathing in them is most pleasant. No case of rheumatism or blood disease has yet been found which could not be conquered by careful treatment at these springs. Arrangements have been made to have all Raymond and Whitcomb excursions stop tover here for at least one 'day and all Union Pacific overland tickets are good for a ten days' stop over at the Springs. The . J. KIESEL F. & CO. THE OGDEN CRACKER CO. HOT SPRINGS, IlTPOKTKD AXD DOMSSTTO 00R Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. & CO., and TOILET ARTICLES. TO BE ADDRESSED TO Ave. og-:den'- Druggists F1.NE PERFUMER CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, EULK AND BOTTLED. Wash-iuKto- Prononnrrd tlipbent InTnrritorr fflTFR If ill Lit Try it ni B1,nry yourtolrna. W. McNUTT EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AND H0FBRAU, Home Undo Talliee. Pure Ice Cream. fr Id 'lie War kut. J. Hi Brewing Company's Milwaukee Beer SPECIALTIES: lee Cream par-ti- e aupplied at one notice. day'a Loci M. SrnworiiKB, a Cor. aith and TOILET ARTICLES OUI.t DEALERS OF Twenty-QPi- h Fikest Stock of Will I A-R-- S. G- Ave. Fine French Candida. Broom Hotel. under G-I-- The DRUGGIST, Street Wiih. Co, 2101 Wboi.eai.i and Ektajl Ave. and Visiting WnOLEaAXK F. B. HURLBUT, Comer Washington Custom house CAEDS CIGARS AXD TOBACCO. Prrrr1)tiu & Programmes hand-mad- e, (INCORPORATED.) Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of . Is in competent hands, and first-clas- s service may be had at the Springs Come out and Hotel. try the baths. The Motor makes through trips from the Broom Hotel corner as per time table in this paper. Fare 30 cents for the round trip from the city limits. The Hot Springs Co. PLAIN AND FANCY CRACKERS. of Central Hotel '25th St. Factory in Rear I?. O. Box 268. THE OGDEN W. F. PRICE, CRACKER . Manaj-e- r, Ogclcn, CO., Utali. EIGHEY'S UNDERTAKING PARLORS. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ZS5SM. We carry the largest, most complete and CASKETS and mil decant stock of FUNERAL FURNISHINGS Wect ofiCLicaffO. Services conducted at onr Parlors when desired. Embalming 01 bodies for shipment a specialty. RICHEY'S UNDERTAKING PARLORS. THE FINEST HEARSE IN UTAH. 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207. COREY BRO'S 21-3- 2 & COMFY, Washington Avenue. LIVERY .& FEED STABLES HaTinif purchased the entire Livery and Transfer business heretofore carried cn by Messri Martin Bro s, we are prepared to receive orders for SINGLE AND DOUBLE TARTIES. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN DRIVING RIGS. CARRIAGES FOB OPERA AND WEDDING MOVING OF BAGGAGE OR FURNITURE, LADIES' CALLING CARRIAGES WITH CAREFUL DRIVERS. il-t- a. . It IVm a, Near. Oeorge Hilly, a Pennsylvania tinner, had a hog in his pen weighing SM pounds. A black bieaclirn'oed into the pen, killed tho hog and had carried t body eighty rods and over two rail fences when shot. It was a lucky thing for Mr. Hillyer, as he vw about to bet that no bear could lift half iu own weijht Dotroit Frea Pre. h i.i iinr Transfer Co., CORBY BEO'S & COMPANY 2432 orallth. tim. Hir monT t" wof- kie-rrs. 1 ailmvankcH H Ualleu A Ca., H.a aav . rCnraln VntUAYR. ri OuaraaftMd aM u aaaae Bwteum. amniiff iarlaaiMaia tha teadlnf tameilT tat . fioBorrbrra The only aara remedy for niBrrhTr5a or Whites. I Dreacriba it and feel Mr mirk? TnttWasBMtMfoC.1 to 4njrn i , w ea Jfcj v.m. a. Our Boarding and Feeding Department will be fonnd Sajsfactory in every respect all egfftren. a.,aica x.i Bald r WW1 DEAYING. BAGGAGE- - AND a "t IU. Washington Avenne Is prepared to do all kinds of Ka Bta St. VT. Telephone ' Machinist.; X. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Practical Founder and 7wentj-th!rbet TaU and Lincoln. In 8team XngisM Bollan, Pnmps, Eto. I will furnish and erect Bollen, Heaton and Machinery by aontrae aad do my werk a the best manner. aeaiM work and repairing promptly attended to at tbop. lH-i- Furniture Moving a Specialty. 9SC J UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS Delar e d Bn-,n- M Sen,,.