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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
UUDEK DAILY COMMEUClALi TUESDAY, MAY 5, : ILLU?.03. ) ur- far - Wuh a;.;ia l,Vnn,i; &acbd UiUu: Alti Tt satse. uf tii -l Ovid-!- kW u- nicii.jai beard Ili-t..Tl- y iK-u- rt -i u? my cyse- fat ) eg 1. i j t!t 1 aaii her coupuooo. "But I laav tvt anah it, Mr. D'Aracaet. My father is onle cbkfaQou W th imuauua fatin-r of Mr. WaJunun, and I moat b rontmi with tM unworthy xrixxe for di4 titomt J) m: aa4 are all tLs frail, autw bat aejit aaajr im annual rill? tbe Laad tha (rawed our sLah-l- CVnsuti.ce," j tu elveLuia! ! 'a- 1 my brtrbanti." I had baaxd enooh, and briovk iny-- j srlf to the house by tb a&m way I had Rkld-ui beauty anlatrave and Lean; noma. Next morning I went to "Mr. P- Placed no Uwt aru is Lupelcw ka turn knell-itrraoo and tuld him that I could twTrr have the t!ihut rWtu upon the hand But axura ana wits s( added stars A fad uf the girl wbtj was alreaJy spirit voices kp oa autUr ttliiUK lu luubt the Uouburabd U trtui il Dream. gireo. Ho was aa angry that I had CtusriM U. CraixijUi in Vuuth'cjuJiaiWu. l trouble to hvld him back, ajid OrCl2 that I wbn only jKrhap oggtr4 Both the nielLod and results when A GERMAN BR1DEGK00M. Angelique might consul a disappointed U of it u taken; Fig pleasant and I Bjrcp lover, thought that in a short tun and refreshing to tLe taste, and acts I ahould love r pjoat-ly- , if I were I La-- l spent the witn a frimj authorize to do so. Thus th matter promptl oa the Kidneys, who lived yet A a little out of Hamburg. Cntlj and Bowels, cleanse the syswas finally arttld. my hore bore me in eight of my home s however, did not reeive tem effectually, dispels colds, I was to sn a in my theAntique, news with the pleasure I had hoped and fevers and cures habitual father's surprised hou&e, for light ' wa it nearly to counting from that hour ahe did her hr, and I threw myself from my horse constipation permanently. For aale 3 o'clot-kme rvpeut of my bat gain. make to in &0o and II bo tiles by all druggist. and eutered the room. My father waa I a thousand time that 1 had regretted at his writing deelc, evidently waiting changed an agreeable CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. into eitr fur uj. a cruel betrothed. fUKClSCO, CiL, "Good morning, Henry ,"aaid he, withThe uncle from Rochelle, in whoa tw rout, .r. iomrmi.tr. out laying down his pen, "I am glad that bouse Angelique had been vhdting, came yon have come. I want yon to make with a young man who was said to be a to go to France tomorrow at coosiu. Angelique embraced them both, noon." and my keen lover's eye thought it saw "To France, father? and on what a feeling too tender for merely a cousin. errand? My patience was at an end when ahe -- DRaLEH IS "You are to be married." treated the cousin with great kindneea, "Married."' I cried in astonishment. while she showed only stubbornness to"Yes; a daughter of Merchant Peter-ioward me. of Bordeaux." to Agricultoral - Implements, "But, you to the test, sir," father! Marry a girl whom 1 she"Merelywhen put 1 complained. said, do not even know? "That means that yon cut me to the "Certainly. It is a good family, and quirk to see if my heart still beats," I Wagons, Huskies, you can have your choice between three cried in auger; "but I will soon find a daughters." to put an end to it" "Hut suppose I don't like any of them?" way Road Carts. Buckboards enraged, I went to my room. Highly "Xo nonsensje, Henry," said my father There I came across a letter of my iteruly. "You are to start at noon." inscribed, "To the beloved father's, 1 could but so obey my father's order, fiancee of my son." I thought theee Turbine Wheels. noon found me on board ship, with Hamwords of a future loving burg gradually fading from my sight would soothe her, so I took the letter to of Mills. Instead going directly to the house of her. Engines I left the ship my future "It is not for me," she said, "for you at Bologne and went to Paris. I rented do not love me, but as I take the place a furnished room, assumed the title of of one more beloved, I will open the Wagon Material, Heavy Hard "Lord Johnsbury," and tumbled about letter." for two weeks, seeing, hearing, and "Beautiful! splendid!" she cried, when tasting whatever pleased my fancy. she hud red it "You have a very ware, Iron and Steel. I found the solitaire which my father worthy father, and his goodness had destined for my fiancee had become me. He must know how gladly Baker Barbed Wire, Black- loofe, so I carried it to a jeweler's store girls adorn themselves, and brides most to be repaired. While there, two ladies of all. Will yon not show me the Vet 3 I ua jrrr "but it cik t cUtu'-vL- " Conssoe, g?fid 4iacil "If y j oely witised to hare it cLaal." guiJ ium unot, p&re, sweet promise tiat atar IU Wta&K- toy( V fU . :t 191. - . " : - V i. , t. br-ar- ENJOY8 i i ) !. 1 t yk-Mw- . h-- evt-nin- bead-ache- . bt nTT17irrTrkAT TT-IT-T in-la- tit GEO. A. LOWE, The question that the majority of us are arking ourselvs just now is, what refrigerator shall we buy? I'LESE HEAD THE FOLLOWING Facts and decide for yourselves. n, father-in-la- Saw father-in-la- sur-pri- smith Tools, Etc. OODKN - T7TAK. Finest Milliard Hall in Utah. 17 p Stairs Over Maden'a. Hall in Ogden ami naa BallcCaUander Tablet eiclus-- We hare tb Brunswick ively. larrest the COME AND SEE US. I. G. Proudfit & Co., THE BRUNSWICK. CALIFORNIA Cream Prunes OF A very pleasant Laxative, made from of Fresh Prunes combined with a few harmless vegetable ingrediand highly medicinents of al qualities, put up in the foini of the juice well-know- n CREAM DROPS, Making a very valuable preparation TOB INFANTS AND CHILDREN, Assimilating the food and Regulating the Stomach and Bowels. IT PROMOTES DIOF.STI0N, CHEERFULNESS AND BEST. IT IS A WONDERFUL REMEDY For Constipation, Sour Stomach, Convulsions, Loss of Sleep, Worms, Feverishness, etc. PRICE 25 CENTS. For Sale by all Druggists. BRIGGS MEDICINE CO., San Francisco, California. Health is Wealth! West's Nebvb and Beain Tbbat- - Da. E. C. a guaranteed specinc for Hysteria, mm-.,Kent, rVuiviiltrinim. Fits. Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting in insanity and leading to misery, decay and Loss of death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Power in either aex, Involuntary Losses and of tlie Spermatorrhoea caused by over exertion or U vtH IUU lllmil-r-, rjaui mil Drain, contains one month's treatment. $1.00 a boi, or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of rnce To cure any case. With each order received by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser aur written guarantee to refund tha money it the treatment does not effect by H. A a cure. Guarantees issued371only Twenty-fonrt- h Druggist Sale Agt.. Walker. . Bt..O-ieuUtah NOTICE TO CREDITORS. . no T 1 1. r Tt t'QDu... instate oi dm ii hi iu. riOTunw, Notice is horeby given by the undersigned, the executor or tne esiaxc oi onmuui ju. i im. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons k.minima .irAinflt t.hn sftid dnrnsaed. to PX hibit them with the necessary vouchers, withiu . i this ten months after the first publication ofNumnotice, to the said executor, at his ottici. ber 2463 Washington Avenue, the same being the place for the transaction of the busings of said estate, in the City of Ogdon, County of Weber and Territory of Utah. John 8. Corlrw, Executor of the Estate of Samuel M. Preshaw, Deceased. came in, one of whom was advanced in years and the other young and extremely beautiful. She examined a pair of but the price was too high, so she reluctantly banded them back. I quietly paid the price demanded and begged hei to accept them. "You are very kind," she said, blushing, "and these jewels are very lovely; but were they still more beautiful I could not accept them from a stranger." I nrged. in vain, and again expressing their thanks, they went away. To my delight a few days later I met the ladies walking iu the TuiUeries. I hastened to them with earnest questions, requests and assurances, and after a long conversation their cautiousness seemed gradually to give way to sympathy. I took advantage of this fact to offer her the solitaire, and it was placed firmly on her finger before she could think of any opposition. "I am doing as great a wrong to listen to you as to accept this diamond," said she, "but you are binding yourself to an ungrateful girl, for I accept this against my will." My happiness was to be rudely interrupted, for three days after this I suddenly found that my money was reduced to five louis. I thought the matter over seriously, and finally decided to go to Bordeaux. As I could not appear before Mr. Peterson like a beggar, some bracelets, also intended for my fiancee, came in just right, though they brought me only eighty louis. The journey to Bordeaux passed quick ly enough, and Mr. Peterson welcomed me warmly. In the course of our conversation he spoke of a letter from my father, and I started to offer an excuse for my delay in arriving, but he would not listen to it. "My youngest daughters are away from home," said he, "but if my eldest does not suit you they shall be sent for." We drank to the health of my future bride, and Mr. Peterson then showed me to my room. "I was amazed when I saw Constance the next morning. I could find i- -i a defect anywhere. The build, tin. figure, the complexion belonged to no country, but to that of beanty ; and the brown hair which fell over her white neck in luxuriant locks, and the sparkling brown eyes were the only signs which showed her relationship to France. Was it so wonderful, then, that two weeks after my arrival I went to Mr. Peterson and asked him for the hand of his daughter?" The old man led me to her, and placed her in my arms. "That's right," he cried. "Tomorrow, Constance, I shall write to your sisters, for they must be home for the wedding." Angelique, the second daughter, came in a few days, but Victoria still remained away. This delayed the marriage, and I had sufficient opportunity to become acquainted with the two sisters in their In Angelique each womandifferences. ly charm was on a smaller scale than had been apportioned to Constance, but she was somewhat cast down in her manner. Gradually this apparent sadness left her and only the ghost of it remained in the charming body which nature had equipped with irresistible interest We gradually became more intimate, and I awarded my kisses and sighs to Constance and my conversation to Angel ique. As often as I saw the one I lost my heart with love; aa often as I listened to the other my whole soul fled to the charming conversationist. Each time it hung in the balance. Soon the scale began alternately to sink and rise, and again two weeks after my engagement I loved the beautiful Constance when I naw her, while the image of the charming Angelique shared my dearest thoughts. One evening I set out for the summer bou, where I thought the company ear-rinfr- s, jewels?" I looked at her in terror, and the realization of my thoughtlessness struck me so forcibly that I could not speak a word. "Well, you have not lost them?' "My father must have forgotten them," I said at last. "Will you let mt see the letter?"' The letter read: "The solitaire and the bracelets, which my son will deliver to you with this letter" I stood as if annihilated, and cursed in my heart a thousand times the hour In which I entered Mr. Peterson's house. OUH :- -: CHALLENGE To produce a refrigerator tbat has an ABSOLUTELY DRY ATMOSPHERE to the provision chambeer, and air spaces between wall as in the "NORTH STAR." To produce a refrigerator that uses a little ice and will maintain as low a temperature with same amout of ice as the "North Star." To produce a refrigerator that has as large an ice chamber and storage capacity in provision chamber with same outside measurement as the "North Star." To produce a refrigerator that is as easily cleaned as the "North Star." THESE ARE COLD FACTS. If they interest you and you would like to hear more call tomorrow or send postal for catologue to The FAIR," 2443 and 244a Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. , Victoria arrived late one evening, and the impatient father set the weddings for both daughters for the next day. In the morning D'Argenet came, and led me as his brother-in-laute into the room where the marriage was to take place. The father, the two sisters, the uncle and the cousin were there besides the priest. Victoria was absent. Soon two ladies entered the room, and 1 was greatly astonished when, as the reader has already guessed, I recognized in them the aunt of Paris a nd her beautiful niece. I could contain myself no longer. I flew away from the table to Victoria and seized her hand, which she gave me, blushing deeply. "Is it possible?" said I. "I have no claims upon your forgiveness but the love which you . first taught me to know." "I am my own no longer," shs replied with a smile, as she displayed the jewels, "I bear the purchase money upon my hand. said Angelique, "Come, cousin, since my bridegroom has deserted me, let us go through the ceremony together. He may do what he wishes." My embarrassment was over. I looked at the father inquiringly, but he could He placed not speak from agitation. our hands together and led ns to the other couples. The priest then began without waiting for command, and in ten minutes the three sisters became three wives. Victoria, who was with the aunt in Paris, learned what news had been received from the German bridegroom, and she now knew how to explain the sudden disappearance of Lord Johns-burwhom, contrary to the promise she hivl given her father, she had learned to love. She wrote quickly to her sister Angelique, who understood everything and drew up a plan for my punishment Four weeks flew by in this delightful family gathering, which seemed like four days. When the time came for separafor his tion I begged my father-in-lablessing. "I have no blessing for you except what you yourself have taken, said he. "You are taking from me my dearest daughter, but still I thank you, for I first, through you, became an entirely happy father." Adapted from the German by William Dana Orcutt for Boston Globe. era-brac- ed y, A Drastic Remedy. An amusing case has just been tried at Kasan, in Russia. A woman of the name of Outchakine was summoned before the judge on the charge of beating a cousin of hers, named Kmazef. But the accused had a complete answer to the indictment. "My cousin gave me leave in the of witnesses," she said to the judge, "to trounce him well if ever he broke the solemn promise he gave me at church, to give up smoking altogether. His Kniazef could not deny this. austere relative had come upon him un a wares wheu enwreathed in a cloud of smoke. The judge acquitted the prisoner, but admonished her not to lay on so hard in the future. L Autonte. ! Sale! Sale j Assignee Assignee O I have brought here for disposition the S. KELLNER STOCK of DRY GOODS and FANCY GOODS from Salt Lake City, which is comprised of Silks, Velvets, Plushes, Flannels, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Dress Goods, Oil Cloth, Muslins, Sheetings, Calicos, Ginghams, Lace Curtains, Hosiery, Underwear, Drapery Nets, for evening wear, Linen, Cotton and Silk Laces, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Corsets Perfumeries, Dolls, Albums, Jewelry, Fans, Parasols, Gents' Smoking Jackets, Gents' Nightshirts, Quilts, Blankets, Dresses, Tea Gowns, Yarns, Shawls, Ladies' Ready-mad- e Ladies and Children's Capes, Jackets. Cloaks, Ulsters and Dusters in Cloth, Plush and Silk for winter and Summer Wear, and thousands of other goods too numerous to mention. In fact it is the finest and Choicest Stock of Dry Coods In this Territory. I will COMMENCE THE SALE on SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 2nd, without reserve and and at Prices Regardless of what they Cost Wholesale. Any person desiring to purchase $100 worth or more, I will give a 2JCCI4i UlLUUlll 1J, dllU l(J UlCll.lld.Ili: WlSlWllg IVJ uuy IdlgC blocks of goods, or the entire stock, I will give a SPECIAL not ueiay. tome at once, ior it is me opporrRitc.of avoLifetime to get the very best of goods at such a tunity sacrifice. V i Sw! Louis JLederer, Assignee, House Block, F"irst Door Avenue, New Washington Opera South From the Hall Entrance. Bids Solicited For the Entire Stock!