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OfSDKN DAILY COMMII ! A!.: Tiiri'.-UA- r it AVZIL Y. t r F CV t Ja - oJ lie lemjLii ttL !i fae I'.'X. t d'- H a - Aui "U t'.r . row Wi lt in ta i i r l'j' t v U Vo..J j f Fi I rou lit ) si Tl!u nr. x At4 1 - t'- Of ftr that ) w ..!-- ir: uiur urr r r - i 1 r- ,:- -i -)- - i c! :r ?! . c ll -- -- a btiiV :.!lUt J ? i:u ;. r t ot 'a if.-.'-" . jv;irs of the Eighth mit-cr- y ia U.i.'1a1 tht C!:.b Int i tlif o.!!.-- r Alinlfolci. f Li j.rv.! a- -t l i f Use CtTins t!if 'j c fiourvl with a m t ljt !.ar.J thf inainfii.-fTi- t "t'lty t f the HiicliHUt-nhs- " wan not only thv "A'jfWf IVane," Lot Kjilrmli I jfwtl ia t)if the FaithfuL Of all the caliphs of tbU WimJ-rf- l city giiictj Almatis.r, iu rnlt-r- , no two haJ Lletiitnl or cnrseI the worll with the same idea of what it was that uuan ghoulJ do to enjoy life iu this world, and at to le worthy t place aiuoii the d:irk fve-- l daiu.-and lieautiful youths of the gardens of Paradise. The maguifieent Almamoua wutterc'l bis incfltimiible wealth ia the (freatt contract with the alKU'iiikm.snws and frugality of the mighty Omar; and the Ilaroun-e- l Rawiiid of UagiLid is vastly different from the Akhali. wlione fanatic al vance only the heaving waves of the Atlantic were able to hinder. The Caliph AbulfcU had Rticreeded his father, whose detiire to g;ither the gold of the then known world into Rig' dad, without expending it for any pur pose, had put the youthful prince to many disadvantages, and fostered inhiin the deaire to do otherwise when he would succeed to the mantle of the prophet Therefore when his own suns were choosing their ends or pleasures thp Caliph Abnlf.'da was always ready to forward or indulge them. Among tin' youngest of his many chil dren was Ali. For years lie had bnmded over njul planned on the idea of a won derful edifice that lie hoped ia time to construct Of all tlu magnificent. at Pictures it had lieeti his privilege as a sou of the Commander of the Faithful to see, none was iu all things the of which the young priticedreamed. There fore, on the death of his father, the prince began the building of the long deferred happiness. In time there arose on the banks of the river the most wonderful architectural dream that even that magic age and that wonderful city had produced. Yet to the prince it was unfinished; something was yet lacking to make it the aliode of perfect pleasure. One evening the prince was sauntering along one of the i.iost magnificent of the curiously carved arcades of the palace when a voice called ins name: "Prince Ali! son of Abulfeda! Prince Ali! sou of Abulfeda!" The young prince glanced quickly around ou all sides, but beheld no one except the silent sentinels on guard around the palace and the picturesque horsemen that, at a little distance, rode slowly back and forth as safeguards against approaching danger. Again came the voice: "Prince Ali! son of Abulfeda! Prince Ali! son of Abulfeda!" Quick as a flash the princa drew the splendidly ornamented and equally splendidly tempered blade at his side and stood ready to face any opponent. But it was unnecessary. Before hiin stood an old man, bowed and whitened by the sorrows and trials of many years. His dre:w and manner also distinguished him as belonging to some other period. "Prince Ali! sou of Abulfeda'.'' he began. "I am." assented Prince Ali, scarcely knowing whether to tower up to his full height and answer with the pride he felt in his noble name, or acknowledge his inferiority before a higher power. "I know you, I know you," answered the aged man. "I knew your honored father and your father's fathers, and" a supernatural expression spreading over his visage "and 1 stood side by side with the prophet himself in many a dearly won fight with the enemies of the only true belief. But I wronged him. I did him an injustice, and therefore is my similiter in the tomb disturbed. When the Command-.of the Faithful, or one of his children, has an earnest longing or desire, I, or some other who has wronged the prophet, is called from the tomb, in answer to their prayers. "Prince Ali! sen of Abulfeda! What is thy desire'" The prince thereupon began at the Lirth of his hope for the possession of an architectural wonder, and related all until its completion. "I understand! 1 understand!" cried the old man. slowly beckoning the prince to silen-."Yon have exhausted your worldly knowledge in attempting to succeed to happiness, in gratifying your desire, and have failed.' Is it not as 1 say?"- "It is,'' answered the prince, "and I now yearn for something beyond the power cf man to accomplish cr underli-- n uiis-itiri- trnt-sKir- , j I" rx . fr-- 4' t':.- -j :.r-- i Litl," vi.'-l.-- a irTAiu. a- -. l. ! p: Bat y the J riuce, l l .i!:g yt':e tr:.g. li Me- - 5: ; thvlW, KISSES. to-- r !w Ui:n. wb around, acl jtld 'i:ig s-- tiikln-- Ibe ling'.ig gill u.lh iii-- Maff. Xs a st itc- - of tin w'.iit-- t nisrble, t c.;r A irotr.iwet "ma its. ti m X-- t ustmi i t f vt n. 9 ktiiil- n: ft ir-mM-- ti ur ffcUf rtrsit-U- n kv tie ai luii ktfW f (. Jt i!i Oil ult I 'I lot luil, J ur. Le IS- him L.ru devuie .f are frpr V) DILI :f l.r WOBieo fcrtiltaf notT-- U uiil te ii tt i f jrv'.f tw o xae tf Ua uar . Dr. I'lrror" Lk-r j im',jt f ur kc tjl lin!r in rJ4 dwse fcl Bikj a u !.!;d Jtit ( 1 M Ukiv ( U Ul !. (rjtrtiua. l-- "PER-EJECTION- ne BOYLE FUKX1TUKE COMPANY. j FRED..J. KlESEL to t uorjiluunrnnt.w I a COMPANY,! t r g tA. ac t kui'trral a .mrtits. m licice f vootea. !! it m tutt f drug iUl. m4r pwitl carit aoUIrum liie tl.l )U4 - f re hira. Bianuf.-iuvrs- . the priwe st l w.jfi.lerin? at t!ie ill give aatilaeUua w rtrtf Ciw, w fvfuri Bwnef cvmia jii-- j tasic .jvr vf the a; jur-:jtlW iiklxi l)ieN!iiT MrnicAL Asso ! ace ht I?, a courier p;tr.ache.l in all h:u-twi'.h a froia a distai.t govenied by a very dear frieiiJ pnviu'-Dr.PIERCE'S PELLETS of Iriace Alt. fell ou hi The breathless Pure If Vefetabla and PvrfrrUy face before the jirince, ainl after sal linIneouakil mi a Liver llaraaieaa, reanil the iiu!l of manner to the Ckeapnot. after fill. Om day ing fcocar-coaiPU Tu. Mea4a-ka- , covering breath euongh to sjieak. lie Irl a Ium. Tiuj, kick (um t Hillsa Ilea4rh, begged the jtrdon of the prince for first eBMtpatlon, Hilluaa AUatki, and all in of a regard exacting iecrecy ot Ibe Stomach aod Buweia. fWmnttnf)U to the matter npon which b had been 3& OeoW a vial, bf AruggimlA. sent, it being his inaster'a special order. In hi anxiety the princ raised the DRUGGISTS. hand that held the staff and placed it ou the shoulder of the exhausted inesenger, and he, too, was marble. An the daya went by the palace filled with strange image, and the jxMwtwot of the wonderful staff began to long for the supernatural donor. The jxiKsesKion of his gift began to be a weight, an 1 each image added to the palace was a weight added to the bnrden of its ruler. Slill the longed for visitor came not. At last, when the prince was almost FerfiiPMry and Toih't Articles, driven to madness, his strange visitor AND TOBACCO. again appearetl. Before he could ask a question of the descendant of the great M ah moud the staff was thrust into his hands an! he was prayed by the memory Pmeriptiou Carefully OmiKtnnded. of the great leader to restore to life the Wahhitia Aenu. silent images that, instead of adorning, cast a gloom over the pnlace. "Is that not beantiful'.'" asked the CO.. Mi range visitor, pointing to the figure of the mischievous girl favorite. "Look at the grace, the smile almost bursting into laughter." "It is lieautiful, most beautiful," answered the prince, "but her langh would be to me more leautiful than all." "And that!" exclaimed the aged man. "Look how natural that courier is about Impoiteu and Wouestic to relate his message." "Most natural, most natural," sighed the prince, "but the unspoken message is locked in that marble breast." Orders by Mail Promptly At'miileil to. To several others the strange visitor drew the shrinking prince, and com- Kifth fc?t., Ne r Young, OGUKX of each. mented on the peculiar But the prince could not le diverted ! from the melancholy that possessed him. "Take them away! Take them away!" f Lire? any imy thof.hore rownnl exclaimed the prince. "Leave my pal- Complaint, Iyspsia,Siclc HefJache, Indition fft'Ht'i we ritmn-cure or with (t.venpss ace as it was and I will bo happy, per- Vtftetahle Liver ri:N,brn tha d:rH'ti4'iw areptrictly Vf ftaltlc, nd nevet are with, they complied piirrty fectly happy!" L;irv h xe. fail toprive natiMrn.'tkin. Knffar ron'u-"Be it as yon say," answered the aged contftininK I'ilU, 25 rents. Hrwarj of eniinterfeits and Imitations. Tim !:' tiine maniifiirtumJ only h man, "and profit by the lesson." V ILL. There was a slight rustle in the courts TM JOUH C. 'WEST COM i'AN , CHlCAoO. II UAL KMC. b A. Hold all of the palace, and when it passed was as it had been: even the strange visitor himself was gone. The palace of Prince Ali of Bagdad 1)11. stood for ages as it was erected, except this inscription over the main entrance: A " of the Celebrated Bel dinar Full Kefritrerators thar ues le.ss ice than made. Have none of the bad any Befritrerator features of cliarcoal lined ice chests. See them. J-i- a. t t: t, as ! tue pr:r. - r;s;t !. '. n; w;:ls tVi, iu y fit r-.- REFRIGERATORS! uuirr:i-l::.fM!fe!:- " - j-- t d.-nt- h a ;:;ii!rl T'ie s ! !..-!..-- '. -i wt-a't- -'- v.xi -t- ru-':rt- i.i-ffx- c - o-- 1 1 w 1 1 .e 1- AM. lt-- wr.j -J. re f k a ycsg r yi-- i ; tt : iu:u-u- t jr.rl. t av r.te with tU- - j r.! ce. tiik- u a t:.r N.4l'-ly- . f; v i.:- M.Mil - tbat arw t::ovt-- i tL lark tL..-;'. Ui it f uuc. .itr----! r 'v. rli-fir 1 s!.i crr' t u". to es'-ite'- thr-- n ti:.-is f r . y. cfil Uie I". r i. a if awdjtetie'l V'!.r-i- i lath t:s- G e d t n C a i 'vi n ire. 1 s tl-i-- .-." ni "Ti r-- !r:. : Anl t',-- u'.z ! "-. ot- f: vx r rf3 Ojtr t':li iI ?.-JCy r; . It-- J z vx f 'W 'v tLriu.-- j iLe r j :L- - .J. i -- 1 u t f l. uf ti.. - ura b w ! tU-- o jut t- u I It LulX for I a A ) r a. iM it i wiir Ur. ! Win jrli'r ,;r..l Ur t: X ! Full Line of the Celebrated Hevwood audi --tt vA t V." Ljvr -t r i Lv z j-- t j'. ." ..i- "' - 1 t j taw -u i tr? ir.-i.- t.r i- . ii .y i S. fe!..: Wictiti;. ot- - rs it t: W-- BABi CARRIAGES i? a.1 L r kv-- Ui y ,.-- y WHOLESALE tiwf MN LMrOIiTANT TO EVERY WOM.VX Liquor and Cigar Merchants ca pn-uiis- ,)0S. WALLACE DRUGGIST. c;u;s IIL CHILD IN AND Ib41(Ib, Dkases of tlieEvp,' Ear. Throat Nose, SS aa .ld snrgwoD ami examining f.hvaieian of "The LielHg Surgical Institute ami World of kauwu City and Sn Francurfw ill rt-- it tVleo and nave omcM ai tn. nruatm hotol. Kfh. 2i and Si. at t'hft houMt. Salt Lake, Feb. ti and 1)1. Thla will b a rare rliane for the people of L'tab to eooxilt free virbtbe auremwlul t alitornia sfawiniiai olde.t and who ha. bad nearlr tlftv rears aoectal practice. haling graduated in 1K4.L Bemember tlie oldA doctor ili uit I'tali bimaeif. Dr. Liebig Co. of San Francisco are tha only reliable IKVialit fnm tlie large citiee who isit quarterly, who treat all wasting and annoying chronic disease of men. women and children. and the ouljr brace and deformity nHinufae- from Sau r raocutco aud turera who vu.it K ansa. City. Tli I'th ft) WMfN C arw m the Ogden, Utah. art a. Pocatello, Idaho. AGFNT3 FOR CARL UPM ANN'S am 3X m STRATTON & STORM'S Also for Wallis a I PiRLV OOO.A4t f'i-- Co. Mexican hand-mad- e, Custom house (Vti a Specialty, iti $ Sz av rUrt(lTi.iNC. B vrar U tnln mte hf J hn R. u. iiwt.ik f mu. h, but r''. 't.t u t' I., ike u jiil' at tltr'atsrt, l"'rn atid trlr, (ill jmi aa flU a ''v mto a. y"u ' C"titii- nf ai It (nor all w'ur nnirii' i f (hf ;.rk. Ail ) Wn'w. "at ay M , frrniliiii atjiit rvm vurUr. 1'II-- C - I - G- L- R - S. ". CIGARS. frrMiiiif. KASII.Y, M'LI H.KI'.. A I' A li i It I'LAIi" Mivaaar Ul., H'UlU.;i, ttll.sMlK aHl-V-- WHOLESALE tlEALERS OF Skookam tjoot $500 Reward PABST BREWING CO'S MILWAUKEE BEER! ILir Bapiilly. Grows EXPORT, SELECT EOHEKIAS AKD HOFBRAU, CONSTANTLY IN Eradicates Dandruff. t rT04 STOCK, EULK AND BOTTLED. Stops Falling Hair. 4tk.t, Is a Preventive of Baldness. i Grows Hair on Bald Hea-ls- . LESLIE'S Donald B. MacGregor in New York News. Dlatrfhatlas A lull DrTUGGTSTS Is an Exquisite ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO BE ADDRESSED Tta le mart rtgirtered.) Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Poisons It is an honest and tneritoiiotu preparation. Nature's Own Remedy. 00R "OGDEN OFFICE. anteed. Is Free from all coloring matter. ( TO Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction guar- Toilet Article. Special Prescription! IS THE ONLY KNOWN KKMEDV IN THE WOKLIl THAT WILL . ABSOLUTELY t'CKE SX7 Twemt. aarth at, mt J. W. MeXUTT 4 ALI. 80 X OF ARl'LKED.V. TO THE THIXCKS Of THE WOULD There is no pleasure where the happiness of a fellow creature Is endangered; nor is there loveliness In anything where there is either adding to or taking frum the handiwork of the Most It ih God. GROCERS. KIESEL F. J. & CO. . SICK HEADACHE! MCHEY'S UNDERTAKING PARLORS. Funeral Directors and Embalmem An Old Fanliloned Luncheon. A unique luncheon was given recently in Brooklyn nothing less, indeed, than Skookom Root Hair Grower Go. an old fashioned one. "You are to come TESTIMONIALS. NEW YORK. at 12, bring your work, and stay until 5." We carry the Unrest, most complete and eleirant stock of dictated the hostess, and at noon sharply TOD & CRAWFORD, Fok Sal by all Ovugglsts. the twenty women bidden duly appeared, Commission Merchants anil Dealers iu Building and Material. all but two. with their sewing. Bonnets West of Cliicairo. Services conducted at our Parlors when desirerl. Embalming BOYXTOX HOT WATER HUTER were doffed and a real visit was entered Santa iJosa, Cal.. Jan. 19tli. of boJiis or sliipment a specialty. RIC'HEY'S CNDEETAKIXtt PARL0K8. Mi'ilii-inCo. Brings upon. The luncheon was a delicious The M3t Imrjroved and Economical (rents: Vours of tlio Kttli nveiverl. I shall bo glad to assist you in iiromntinir the one. and was served without a too af Heater in the Market, Insale Dr. of Leslie s Special Prescription. following of the course style an deed, most of what I have bonirht of you in UTAH. agreeable medium, indeed, between no the past four years has heen given away, myself havine been completely cured after a lifecourses and "all plates," as the countrytime of headache, as I shall gladly certify. man explained his first French restaurant Should you write to either Dr. Jlarkell or Dr. Mason, of this place, vmi may reler t:i Tod & dinner. as to thesnpfriotityof your Special rawford. When the guests returned to the par- Prescription. lours trulv. Will. Tod. n 1 lor, instead of the brief standing round .w-'i.." before leave taking, which characterizes I'rW-- U. t Vnts. Solil hy all Drug-Jlistsa- . the modern fashionable luncheon, chairs were cozily drawn into groups, needles i 2432 Wasliinston Avenue. ind thimbles camo cut, r.r.d though, as Brii;Ks Medicine Co., San Francisco, Chi one who was- there confessed, no serious "1 amount of work was accomplished, the of and afternoon the sociability pleasure i C were pronounced, as the company in'I t cluded some of Brooklyn's representative women, and the hostess is promiHaviu'i purcha-p- d theentiro Livery and Transfer bu'iuess heretofore carried on by Messrs. nent in more than one circle. Her Point Martin Bro s, we are prepare .1 to receive orders for of View in New York Times. CARRIAGES FOB OPERA SINtiLE AND DOriiLE DRIVING CASKETS FUNERAL. FURNISIIINGrS THE FINEST HEARSE IX 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207. 5 "it C0EEY BEO'S it & C0MPT, - LIVERY & FEED STABLES and Gas Fitting I'lumbiny: IN ALL TS BRAXCnES. Two Pretty English Words. "There are some queer tilings about words when yon come to know them intimately," said Dr. Cones, stroking his long, light beard reflectively. "Now, one would naturally conclude that words of fifteen or twenty syliablcs, such as basickeratoehondroglossns, the name of a muscle at the root of the tongue, and the name of a surgkal operation on the tear duct of the eye. would be most difficult for the stand." "Ue it then as yon desire," answered lexicographer to manage. Nothing c.y.ild the aged father, "iieholi this staff. Ask be further from the fact. The most difnot from wjience it came, nor discover ficult words we have to define are those the mystery to any living man, until I of two and three letters. The truth is, like some people, they are so simple that return for its possession." The prince took the staff and looked it there Is nothing by which you can posuxtraordi- - sibly describe them." Chicago Post. curiously over, but dacryocy.-fopyringoton- DOYLE &. JIALVERSOX, 2.XI- Wmliiugton Aro. Call and get prices. NOTICE OF FORFEITlE. Co., March 7 i', W. L. DOUGLAS tO O 5 I fft ao other r rI O on bottom. Alr.-r:mted, and l f "1m special-2- (ientl-m.-- n. so str.mri"1 UOl .1.A, Ui oektou. JIttss. SoldbJ W.H. Wright &Sons Co., 2T5.V. WASHINT.TON AVE. t sai'' sec-io- n Feed. :':!- -. A. Smiells. AND WED DISK MOVING OF BAGGAGE OR FURNITCRE, LADIES' CALLING CARRIAGES Our BoarJiuu aud Fer.linj? WITH CAREFUL DRIVERS. will be found Satisfactory iu every respect CORKY BRO'S & COMPANY WnUiiMrton Avenue L9. Oc.!i:n City. I To Oliver V: Ail.imi. You Bn- hereby n'.tiri" 5iat 1 Im-experd' in--fSSn thnoh Ire'l do!rV. mm tiii , and in in 'he Willnnl Mifiuif Srij.orior" Lodcsitmitcd llis-riP.ox F.lrier ( 'ounty. Vtali, h will in tlie olllpo of the til'il iotr bv crtirV.t. of -- aid di-- ti ict, in order to hold said recoril--- t, of fertion i rei'dres umler f ie Kevi.-'-- d Statutes of the United State?. In ing lie amount required to hold tlie same for the And if 19. senr ending I'-c- . Iflxt, within ninety days after this notice hy juiblica--io- n you fail or refuse to contribute your proyour portion of nurli expenditure a a in erest in said claim w ill become tlx! property 'f the sulwcriber under RK.3, PARTIES, USCTIOX CITY MACHINE WORKS, V. K. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Practical Founder l(MMft Iweuty third bet. Wall and Machinist. ' a4 Llacola. Dealer la Steam Eagtaet Botleri, Pnmpa, Etc, I will furnish ma erect Enrlnei Bollen, Eoateri aad Macblnerr j contrtc a ad in my work n the belt manner. Gea t machlua work tad ret alrlat protapur tueadei to at .nop.