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1. Ib9l. OODEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: WEliNESDAY, rEBRl'AKY IH k THE KJGHT. w l"a . VTlld w.i'a tl -- That tught ia th vdage tha tuld Li cruaka that a f rucioo teaxa-aV- r Vm.'-tn- g Scenic Route I Utah Lean iT Trust Co. 73 JCuTTAISI ! Til sr sal aa M a "ir r siv k " fT to gritt" s IM I tsar s I tmuar f karAs far Awtaal Alps ildM i Ua4 af lala and a va&ry a (air, Ma wear of AaiaMlpwn4alue4. ak . Ta tea) aba at aawiaac . W.Uu Unyar ta Cfaaobn' Ooaimal. Am i&-r- it A CALIFORNIA MUSTANG. TJh other day a K-r- ronnty raw Ler a tBltrajibeJ to the beet horse doctor in Taie tba next train, come out to my ana. and do whit yon ran fur my ." mu-taaa;- went, found an clJ aaJdh kone, lung past oefolna, in lying, and rvUirnM. wondfring what .jaade the ram hi-- so aoxiou aboat the Tb dtx-to- r ftt r art"" Others wondered, too, until the !orjr i one da told to a few friend who i viiiting at the old ranch Lou- - near the foot'.ulli. Tut're is 'rhAi nothing in the affair which marks it a different from many occnrreno" on the frout'.cr, where bomea are far apart, and where life itself may aometinu-- depend upon a addle hre' apeed and bottom, But, told ai the rancher told it at his own table, it wm a btory that long dun;; to the memory. 'It wan more than thirty years ago," he aaid. "I waa 18 year old, aud had neon away from home attending school. "When I came back to the ranch iu Kern, ear the foothill my mother came crying to the door to meet me. "My little suiter waa y?ry ill. she was only 8 year old, my pet and delight, and my mother was a widow. A u elder aUter was in Tuolumne teaching arfcooljniy brother, who managed the ranch, had gone to SUninlaua to bay sheep, and mother and baity wore alone. It was eight miles to the nearest village and stage station, from which place I had walked, reaching the bouse at dark. I went in and found little Mary uncon-doiw- ; my mother could not tell what was the matter. I ran down to the pant-- , -we and culled my colt. Major, the beet hone I ever owned. He come at once, ml I saddled him and rode off at at gallop, "It was early winter, and rain had made the road heavy; cloudy all day, a sVUzle began before I had Ken five uiin-te- a in the saddle. I had neither whit mat mhw. Now and then I !!'iy to . Major, and he knew Jhere wa fore biin. Two miUf we wi a pause, the road Alead fide alinpery that I coull feel 51 ;A like a log on a froHtefi sidewalk He ' managed to kiw p to Ilia feet aw liia wild pace. He took the teeth and ran, snorting with esc 1 Snt; for a year he had not been rid and his muscles were steel, LU Itmm like a toam engine. I let him walk for a few moments, then let him have lus head again and ngain, until he swept ii)to the village in a tearing gallop. ' " 'Not here,' was lie answer.'ns I ham'tione ten mered at tin door, anile into the foothills to tho old place.' "That was east ia a direct line, and Ihree miles south was another village where perhaps a doctor could be found. If not it was but a few minutes lost, for another road could be taken to Be- mont's. "Again the wild pace under the clouded iky and cold rain, thoughts of uiy lonely mot her and little sister urging me to yet greater haste. The road was hard, with a thin coating of rand that spattered me from head to foot, and the wind blew sharply in my face. I lived over in memory every sceue of our lives, every word id to m7 sister, every act done in the past her arms about my neck in thanks lor some simple gift; long days behind the plow, with her toddling feet iu the furrow; a child asleep iu the rammer grass, a bunch of wild poppies in her chubby hand, the calico snnbounet tosta-hack from the curly head. Then I remembered that, when I went away mother wrote me that every day littlo Mary asked: 'Won't brother Tom come home I want to see brother Tom.' "Well, I reached the village and found that the doctor, who lived there, was mck himself. Nothing to do but to start for Bemonjt's. Again the gallop, no "longer on level roads, but through rolling hills and under a darkness that was Egyptian. We were descending into a hollow beUveeu high hills. The road was narrow, dark, slippery, and the soft annnd of falling rain drowned the noise of wheels. Through a break in the eastern clouds the stars shone out above tlw TiU crest, Suddenly, instantly, without a stroke of warning, there looiiitd up before mo, dreadful as Do Quincey's 'Vision of Sudden Death,' a vast moving pile, six mules, a Carson wagon ore laden to the brim, a sleepy driver nodding on liia seat and tearing into that mass of wood, iron, stone and animal life was a tired horse with a heartsick rider. "Simultaneously .the discovery camo upon ns all. The driver awoke with a load, affrighted cry. the snorting mnlea sprang back in a wild group; I heard whiilletrees and harness snap, and a sudden flash of lightning lighted up the dark tollow between the hills to the very feet of the frightened animals. Of myself I could do nothing, so narrow was the apace between, bo brief tiie time left for thought. But the instinct of the horse I rode was my salvation. On one side of the road was a shallow ditch, on the other a steep wall of rock. Major gaths, ered himself up and made a leap screaming as he sprang, and we landed afely below, clearing by a few inches the tangled leaders and the great a J re v. H 1 pm-tor'- rt tbt s Be-mo- t? side-way- -- mu-tang- . k -- C. P. Itetnrnad. Ur.cle Savback (entoriug lamp store) Thar, I've lining this instrument back. Dealer What's the matter with it? Uucle Sawback You said it was n Vianner lamp, bnt Sairy Aim can't git a blame uoto out of it nohow. Hartford Bazar. Einjieror Willima of Germany is a very rapid speaker, r.ad wheu lie is an address ut the rate of ryllitbles a luinate t'.se reporters fro toaeearaaa and ceiue back whets the etonn is over to write oat what they think Le taid. rat-tlti- K '' ont-m;!- R.A.IL Fuvt aJxl kmrw an J Jranvai avrew. GENERAL HANKING. Aiiaaa Or, C EICHAEI". M - Pr-i4- ml, rail&alf yuoDs Mwut f Eauoaa, la4 f the la4r J aal per Sera I' Bird for fair Reaarta a here rare isl iticr'T. THi eZA. T Tom ran acri a&d - Ti B'j Trtaa. att ebuia. OODEX, UTAH. citxtuo urjyn.-r- L U 5 Tiea.-T- at ia - Caj-Jta- raa OrtJ Cboo tha beaudfui c ua Tprr S vrmrn"a . f. jibfa fri m htr-t- oi Ml acacia aiid tar wmtw-th Buklfoa Souuiaiba, a b Cay ;:hl. HZVJi. ItW UT1! tzaii, T titT II RIDD!S for -r ou&aii-xJMl Phuta, for d'ecrr. l Brtk!i ei,.; er asbLAkli' Or.uu. JJ O. c. KrtcaXTucz, T. A. to kai-- a. U. liurta-uiir- . II. nry Imi4 irrln, laUtcn UaitUl, - SOLID Chicago, I ISOYt K. Vie A. rw.id.-n- t t'. liloLLOV). Cubwr. A. Intwt raid ob Time Denver, aud Sarins Drjxwita. City, Jincoln, United- States Omaha. CHAIR CAHS RECLINING ON ALL TRAIKa. Ave., OgJen, For further Information addret th!i GKO. W. VALLK 1 1 Y, Rio Grande Western RailYgvy.. standakFgaijge. In Effort Jan. $100,000. $125,000 , - AHanfie Kxprev Mail No. 1408 Wiitrja W. rorr. Pmidrat. Wm. V. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- 03!ee. WS Twenty-fourt- street, Ogden, Utah. B. W, SMITH ATTORNEEYS-AT-LA- Caehinr. ' VPHICIANSAND SURGEONS-JJR- . THOS. S. KCLMER. Doctor in MiHlicines, Master a., Loniion. CITIZENS' BANK in Surgery, L. tfl.m f WEST BorXD TBAINB. Hail Exprma. 9:! a. m 8:15 p. m 12:20 p. m 11 :10 p. m p. ni 7:50 p. ro Leadville lave Leave Glenwood Spri'fjs.. 12:52 a. m Arrive Grand Junction .... 4 :80 a. m Leave Grand Junction.... 4:40 a. m 8:Hfla. m Arrive Green River 8:50 a. m Leave Green ltiver 2 AO p. m Arrive Provo 3 :10 p. m Leave Provo 4:30 p. m Arrive Salt Lake 4:45 p. m Leave Salt Lake 6KX) p. m Arrive Ogilen 1 SI5 11 :25 :55 10:40 2 :10 2:15 5:50 6:10 12 :20 12 :20 1:45 2 00 8:00 p. m a. m a. m p. m p. m p. in p. m a. m a. m a. m a. m a. m LOCAL TRAINS. College PLBL'SHKn of Surgeons, England : Follow .Til. hum r:tiics ioikiou. rori'.i'". nunrnntine othrer and siiiierinteniinTit for N'e' Zealand and Mi'lixiiirne, Victoria. Adlr.ss on Ha?luunUin Avo. call at BIKOnAM. Lake. 8 :25 a. m., Iiave Salt Salt Lake, 5 Sp. m. 8:45 00 m., S30p, li .'X p. m p. p retnrning, arrive fROVO, SrSINliVILLK TB1STLK. 3 30 p. ra returning, AND rORK, J. arrire H. BENNETT, Gen. Pass. Agt. Utah Central Railway Shart Line to Park City. Tl PANORAMIC LINE OF TIIE WIST. Leave Salt Lake Leave Park City at Park City at Salt Lake 9:00 a. m 40 p. mm Arrive Arrive 10:30 a 6 30 p. m TKAITS. ?KX) a. m Leave Salt Lake 4 (K) a, m City Iave Park 12 AO p. n Ajrive at Park Cit y 8:45 p. m Arrive at Salt Lake Twelve suburban trains daily between Salt Mill Creek and Sugar Hon.e. Lake City and All people going to Park City will find it to their interest to take this line. OlHcea and Depot: Corner 8th South and Main street. Salt Lake City. T. J. Waekliitofdi. G. T. and r. A. GEORGE W. JONES, American Ticket Broker' Railroad and Steamship Met o Irak Railroad Ticket Bought, Sold and to all points. ALL TICKETS GUARANTEED. Street Telephone SOL SiC Twenty-fifth Selectmen-Lew- Fred Koy. ClerkJ. Kecorder Aweesor io Vt' offtcers. Q P. Ledwidge. Joiin G. Tyler. Edwia Dix. Treasurer John A. Movie, Collector John V. Hluth. Attorney L. R. Kogers. Siieritf-Gilh- ert K. Belnap. Coroner Marshal Allen. Surveyor R. W, Furis. Superintendent of District Scools FRBCTNCT OFFICERS DENTISTS W. Croj a. fchurtlifl, John Pincock, DENTIST. . Office, 2127 Washington avenue over Horrock store. Teeth without plates and saving natural teeth a spccinlty. No teeth or roots too bad to be saved by filling or crowning. Special attention given to children's teeth. A Sons Jos. Perry PI RRT OGDBV PRECINCT. A. McDaniol. Jueticeof tho Peace E. Constable E. A. Koch. RGCOVD OODEN R. SXOWDEN, CIVIL ENGINEERS. C. PREINCT. A. TC8H. & FAEIS, R, W PARIS. THE COMMERCIAL Justice of the Peace B. Ternes. Constable Phil Ford. Justice Constablo D. 0. Sullivan. FWRTH OGDFN PRPCINCT , Justice of the Peace Val Giueon. Constable H. E. SteoL BCNTSVII.LE PRECINCT. Jnstic of the Peace Angus McKay. Constable Georgo E. Ferrin. HOT WATER HEATER ! The Most Improved and Economical Heater in the Market, KORTlt OODEN rRECINCT. Justice of the Peace James Storey. Constable James Deamer. BARRISVrLLE PRECINCT. G. Bawson, ri, Jnstice of the Peace William Constable James H. Taylor. PLAIN CITI PRECINCT. Jnstice of the Ptace Constable Josiah B. CarTer. 2re--J BIVERDALB PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Timothy Kendall. Constable Byron L. Bybee. A DihxI m A IalionEr5tateMort'ge,phortrrm uon tract o upi Liense X . A A A .. ; m Bond for Deed 100 Pischnree of Mortgage 500 Trust Deed 3 Assignment of Mortgage 51 Bill of Sale PROBATE 1 125 300 37C 501 502 373 ' 572 COURT A B C .... A A BLANKS. Administrator's Bond Executors' Bond Iietters of Guardianship Order Appointing Hearing... Testimony of Testimony of Applicant Order appointing Adm'r.... commissioner's court blatcs. Summons Sheriff's Sale Constable's Sain Order for Deft to appear and show cause Citation for Garnishee Affidavit for Citation for Garnishee Writ of Execution , SLATKRVII.I.E PRECINCT. Plumbing and Gas Fitting IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PRECINCT. Justice of t he Peace Simon F. Halverson. Constable Caleb Parry. DOYLE LTNNE PRECINCT. I304 Jnstiee of the Peace Peter L, Sherner. Constablo James Harrop. & HALVERSON, Washington Ave. Call and grt prices. A A A A ' A A A A A A A A BLANKS. A A A A BLANKS. 377 Official Bond and Oath 75 Chattel Mortgage 325 Marriage Certificate Justice of the Peace James Hutchins. Constablo John J. Hutchins. A A DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. Affidavit for Claim and Delivery personal property 525 Undertaking on Claim and Delivery of personal property 52G Undertaking for Return to Deft, Claim and Delivery personal property ( i Complaint on Claim and Delivery personal property.... MISCELLANEOUS Justice of the Peace W. II. Crandall. Constablo George II. Haycock. A 10 and Sell Justice of the Peace Constable Wilson Poulter. A C A Promissory Notes, Books of CO aud 100. Receipts, Books of 50. Rent Receipts, Books of 100. Drafts, Books of 100. Other Blanks constantly being added to the above list. S. M. PRESIIAW, PRECINCT. Justice of the Pence P. P. Bingham. Constable Daniel N. Drake. UNDERTAKER WEST WEBER PRECINCT. Just ice of the Peace J. W. Hart. Constable Joseph Hogge. And Funeral Director H(OPEa PRECIXCT. Justice of the Peace James Johnson. Constable Francis M. Ilolnap. A 325 Mining Deed 350 Notice of Location of Claim. 400 Proof of Labor 401 Power of Attfy to Locate CINTAH PRECINCT. WILSON . t Quit-clai- MINING Justice of the Peace Richard Dye. Constable John Parker. MARRIOTT X'Si 4"s0 PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace E. B. Frorer. Constable John Gould. CLASS. Warranty Deed, short form. . "7l Warranty Deed, long form. . . CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. Plans, specifications and estimates prepared 76 and work sniwrintended. Maps, plats, tiacimrs, blue prints, etc., etc., 377 executed on short notice. Rooms 3 and 4, Union block. No. 362 Twenty 78 Fourth Streot, Ogden. Utah. 2 iKTOS CO,, BLANKS. NO. ;V70 475 476 THIRn 0OD8N PRECINCT. of the Peace A. Perrin. PUBLISHING Avenue, Ob'den, Utah 2401 Woehington rpCSH PEEA8ANT VIEW PRECWCT. TRAINS. Association. Probate Judce-Rf.l- vrt ANESVILLB PRECISCT. On and after October 28, 1S90, passenger and freight trains will run as follows : of the WEnRs corxTT AND FOR SALE BI CONVEYANCING PHYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST. In conneetion with general practice, gives special attention to disease peculiar to frntBh diseases of the g"nito urinary organs, dp vwm of tht rectum, via.: riles, fistula, lixsi i.kI ulceration: dieacsof theear. nose, tlirt it chest. Consultation free. OHice over 1'ostoHieo. Tolephone 209. OFFICIAL DIREfcTORY. KDEN OODEN AND SALT LAKB. Leave Osden, 8:S0 a. in., ni. Returning arrive Ogden m. 3H0 a, m. LEGAL BLANKS S. hHH'i'-i- WiVren W. Corev. R. A. Wells. SitlnfvStiivenB C. K. Wurtele.H. 11. Keiirer, Tho. Cnliofiii, 8. S. ScLranim, Ail. Kulin, ST. GEORGE. CtEUR DE LION LODGE, Xo. S31. OGDEN. CTAfl. j tie noove society win Hold its meeting in KnighU of Pythias hall. Twenty-fourtstreet, (over Standard building) every Thursday evening at half past seven sharp, until further notice. Application forms may he obtained from Dr. Percy A. Cook, Zl'il, Wellington avenue. Sojourning brothers cordially invited. Percival 3. Habbatt. President. Hairy Gillktt. Secretary. 2374 Wash Ave, SURGEON-ACCOUCHEU- Royal : 8200,000. CUVPITAL, OF h rooms 35, 36 and 87, First National - i ;i i: t Office, XlltllK fiuiHiinir. ; K:ana. m H:p. tn :40 a. m UM p. m a. m 10m p. m 11 rS) a. m 11 p. m Lr-arII: W a. m 11 X p. m I'rnTO 3) p. m R;:a. tn Arrire (irwn Hirer 6:Ml p. m 5ai . m lxnvfc (lneo Kirpr Arrire Grand Junction ::) p. ni IMS a m Lpara Grand Junction.... V:4D p. m 9M a. m Arrive (ilenwool Spri'ea.. 1:10 a. m 10 a. m 2" a. m 8:20 p. m Arrive Leadville 1 :20 Arrive Tunblo p. mi 1 :!iS Ar. t'olo. Springs p. m' S:M a. m tiB p. m: 6:45 a. m Arrira Denver Member LODGE NO. 13. RICHARD HiLnirir. W OP OGDEX, UTAH. SON'S QRDEtt h gMITU and Manager. Theo. Kobio!I, UEVVV'OOD. A. COTTJNGHAM, Lrava ObiIpii ArriraKdlt Lnka LareSnlt Lake Arrire I'rovo.. fBKIGHT CRESCE'iT NO. t. CANTON. OUDEN PATUIARCU MILITANT. I. 0. 0. F. Meets every Tuesday and Friday evening at Washington aveuaa, Odd Fellows Hall, Members iuvited. F. W. Lewis, Captain. B. C. Smead. Clerk ANarOSD SMITH A SMITH, D1RECTOSS: A?ie rASSKNOEl X. i. Hul ls regular ic"f.itig every Monday eight at TM o'clock in tMd Keilows Hall, Twenty-f- . ATTORN OfBe. J. K Dooit, Pmidrat. W. N. Shtlliko, Adah, Vice Pmeident. Cahiir. Ittvl. 1 TCAlN.i. Oeilon 12 i p. m, D. C. DOIHiE. (ien. Manager. Lm. f CURRENT TIME TABLE Leave Osden brwtiieni Practicos in tlie Listiirt "iurt and all th mrth street. All brother ar eoiiru. i ifN.niU attxaiicm given to eoUoettona. UeiiMnilMr the place, in l't rjr' wimnL u build-in- , cordially ui ited to attend. F. W. Lawn, S. U. meat rluiuof C. H. liwuvpll A Bros.. W. L. Adams, Rec See'y. Sr.l'v Twvuty-fourtstreet, tVdeu, I'tah. P. O. Ml, CIV. T O. O. K JAMBS H. RIUBALL. EtAKD H. ALLISON UNION LODGENO. 6. JIMBALL A ALLISON, Weeta every Wednesday evening iu Oihl Fel-l- o ATTORNEYS-AT-LAstreet. Sojourning Hall. Twentr-fourt- u in good rtauuicg cordiHlly invited hi Office, over I'tah National Par.k. corner of brothers uiL C. S. ItArr, N. ti. atu VS'skhiiiLK.ii aveuua and Twenty-fourt. street. JoiiM Rbaimraw' See. Mill. VtOlfU, Depository. . capital, SUHPL.US, L. B. eonoernlnc Una, apply to an y Ticket Agent, or AUEEICAM E. S. O. O. F I ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Intereat Faid on Time Depaaita. Actciid to aix Taaooea Taaisa Leave Denver Leave Colo. Springs l,eove Puettlo VihAlix4 ku i, jr.. Jubx Ttah. F. tfet. liall, UW. H. WHITE. B. Our Famous Dining Cars BOTND IV1 J ACOB 8. BOKEMaN. Ocden, Utah. - St. Joseph, CAAT I. h UTAH NATIONAL BANK St. iiouis, FREE xrauxi. i. 0. 0. NO h JOHN TRAINS YEST1DULE $125,000. 7,500. Surplus, 'mm y Q'.DEX LODtiE j. h. Court, Nevada. ATTORNEYS AT ti!Le: riu-vi- tif A Sl.U MILLAX. JIX.VABO Ec'd r W, FutLbLC, Finer. VWiting xi m-- TJIXTAH ENCAMPMENT Na i. I. 0. 0. F. . u.ti : r u t7,.n mj aai uau, a araiiiirDnil... r. tiiil i Tbi!niit tit jf (acii MMAfit, 0ai avbaa, Fine B. F. Lrcaa. C. P. ViNtiua IwttLcrs are mrdiidly invited. iiik.s. Sui-mr.- e i Bauk ami Bwd IluU'la. Hu-ii- a. a. i eimsap. t.x lite! Jurtice OGDEX. UTAH. Capital TaM hi, Rni J Kitbler. I. LAWYERS. tiraJjr, (nant. OLAIli WUA ai.,i U. W. Wets evrvTalv evening at 7 JO. oundlalJy iatited I.to a(ld. ... . ARCHITECT. tl. 0. brotiir L. STACB. TKTr A. Standard IS, CX A LODGE NO. J. piDELITS APXHITECTS, rnnma M. IT and IS Katbnal Oiiite Ki'i' H. O. ITaikiMa, ns tali. HLJ.KK Off, MK&TOCS; J. C Uctlr. - - SECRET SOCIETIES. A SMITH. Wtee. 00. ONLY 3g"hOURS BETA'EH SAS FRANC1SC0IN3 PCSTUy? aueeu. 4 nrrV Twe&tT-f- t Commercial National Bank, ceaira aut aa4 ,Ieaare aerrr cleja, Twit-tLir- lk'AaAmw mtseomd X1U, Am ARCHITECTS, U Uitrif ( alifbraU aJ aawd ar IX)U MAS DLL T, SO. J, Stated eoAfUvM . w H rktC bet. Twecti- - amae. Eaat aiAe Waslunrtia H. R K. T. lJWso. A COMRiCTORS AND BUILDERS. i u.o&uua;r, 1 at tba eitoata4 CaM Over la Bunraa m m.tm taa lerc.r Mara, Tima oa D(jwta. UvnM alka4 4et aaeraTaiUMi m.um Vb Waimttt) la tla fnmltill aJ tbal ai ama fnut Mtu Irj Um teoda uauk O. 1. C. AlUHTStWO. Ciw'l. f U tbj.the OUt aa4 tat Tlae. anUMil J.L MONTE :t. til4.iMurr. . . ewtwer Mraet. (ItvfuiSii. Of l laa. j)r-lNHAi- C. be.-vt- Wlurne lace Was It? A few years ago while a workman at Pueblo, Colo., was dressing a block cf stone bis chisel uncovered a hard concretion near tho surface of the block. Presently this concretion, which was roundixl on the back, dropped from tbo cavity iu which it rested., disclosing a perfect model of a human face ou its under surface, every outline perfect, unhurt and unmarked by the tool which had dislodged it. The imprint in tho block was as perfect as the model on the concretion, and many plaster casts were taken from it by arthawlogitfts and local curiosity seekers. Some of these casts found their way to the museums of the learned societies of Europe, where they created much excitement and were the subject of many debates. Many scientists were inclined to take it as a perfect human fossil, but the majority insist upon it being merely an idol of prehistoric times. The stone in which it was found was from eighty feet below the surface. St. Louis Ko public. Pine Tree Soap. An American inventor has brought out a process for making soap from the resinous mutter in the needles of the pine tree. Tho resin is extracted by means of alkali, and the woody fiber ia removed from the product, which on addition of fat yields an ordinary soap containing resinous and fatty acids. New York Journal. t HAPTEB. xa t A. BAtiiOYt S. laut. Jt York. Collrf ftorletira la S The college fraternities bind men together for life in tii that aro never broken. I think you will lie surprised to know some of our leading men who belong to them, and still in their busy later years take great delight in assiHtiiig to keep up tho organization and the bid spirit. Association, or chapters of graduate memlier of the fraternities are maintained in New York city by fifteen bf the orders, and some of the clubs are in a tlouritliing condition. Alpha Delta I'm has a club hotiae near Columbia col lege, and the Manhattan chapter of this order keptt nt a summer camp at Lake George, called Camp Mauluittan. The Beta Theta Pi fraternity has a summer resort at Lake Chautauqua called Woog- liu. The I). K. E. order liaa the largest graduate club in tho United Khites in this city, with a tine clubhouse ;ind all excellent restauraut. Several other of tho clubs do not own tlieir limit's, but rent quarters. There aro a good many parers devoted to these aseociatiotis printed in this city. I know of The Pnlm, of Alpha Tan Omega; tho Chi rhi Quarterly, the Delta Kappa Epsilon Quarterly, and the Delta Upsi-lo- n Quarterly. The first college fraternity flag ever unfurled lo the wind was run nn on the top of the Astor Houm in 1S70 by the boys of the Theta Delta Chi. It was black, white and bine, and since that time nearly all the fratemitim have adopted flags showing their colors, New York Star. mn-- 4 EatoU eoovratki Hod Ttwa-ia- v COMRaCTOS k5D BUILDER. A. k. Sin Duuti. M. EtiBaaf ciirs i ait T- - r. Bat (ar;itr"a spot;. s. Sac, a ' 1 L Q K. tn s,4 u sunv U JM.m Tl tiw. aosraHicirafW C r muttu. i . C. Si kAa. W.tlird as i snails aw. LrvurvW T. f. kiUi, tac ar u4 eufiiia. i w ifva jsi tuttr-QtjLiiSi 800.000.00 - - CanitaL L L y. LtV'r.RT. (ia U atavioa u T StX JL F. IT AIL OGDEX, TO Mrik-aLighwaymaa Lad rvlim duwa Bpus him, frighUrbfJ Lis mnka and ftred aeveral ahoU as La gtftloptd past. Tha aheriif beard tba story aad gathered apapu&aa tf pkaieers to look tut Joaqia H arietta aad Lia deperas gang, and fur wet-k- s tha miners np ia tba bills krtit a guard with tinir tm a ajroca. 1 bc4 Uemimt't in aafcty ocdy to the dorU bad returned to tbe find Tiliry by another road, and waa already far past any chance of bring overtaken; for the Miditioo of my bcrsa bow began to want me that I must slack the Lead-lon- g pace. I hired a ram Iter and him on a fresh boft afU-- r the doctor, while I took the abortett way back am the aide unfeuced country. "When I reached bocna liary Lad bera iiead an hour. No human power fiuld have prolonged her life. She revived a bttleonce after I bad gone and ak-- d if brother Too Lad come home. "No one except my lf evr rode Mij"T aguin. I found it very bard to brar tha thoughts of my little, sister that came up iwn I was riding over the hills with w I turned Lim loonfin the the saddl'-marpaMure, and , he never had but oik aiir.-e- though I have bal duz us of men ooine to me and oll. r to buy lam at any price. It wad a great ride we had the longefet and Lur gnllop on record ia tLU part of the country, and thougli I never said much about it, the hore bad his reputation. "When was he ridd.'n again? It was about four years afterward, when be There came word from was at bis . Caliente that a Merced horse had boaten every mustang in the Han Joaquin valley. The boys along the Kern county miles tried cattle ranges for twenty-fiv- e to beat the Merced mustang, but all that summer he swept the Makes at every sheep hearing and rodoo. One day a dozen of them came for my uiUMtaug, and I lent him for one race, to save the credit of the connty. He dusted them all, and for months after horsemen came to eee bim and get him on the race track, bnt I never let him go again. One time and another I have been called a great many different kinds of a fotd for letting the be.t home in the valley reet in the pasture." Charles Howard Hlieun in Independent. Loi0E. yEL GRAND KRIULVD A5D VCHIC. BUSINESS CARDS. BANKS. RA!'JOACS fc run a h tiUl. not roa Irfure, 11 clia.bl tint buk agaia. and reomel kit traring fate alucx Ue rtjavlvar. Lis lueg max Uvva over nsy fac by tbe wial ot Lb temUa ia kr art. tk tirf or I . 1 (Km fFrjlw fgZW ":II A pamphlet of Information and abJ vuuwing tlow toi iH (i n . j j vms, Jne. marsa, uopjngnu, kUM SWUMN CO. Hrraalwar. s3l n,W HTB. Leasral Blanks of all kinds for sale a . the Commercial Office. Metallic Caskets and Wood Caskets and Collins Special Attention paid to Embalming and Preparing Bodies for Shipment. Order by telegraph promptly attended to. I have, the only first-clas- s Hearse in the city. 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