|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
Oli DEN DAILY COMMERCIALS FRIDAY, JI'XE 26, C&llut Arab's Do You Want a Bargain L rl OirW in tVionat riukr io I Ui w t T. m AUtU (;i;jrtaa!Ut. the p;jiut4 to coia-raii- r , The Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City. All must go at prices Lower than ever offered before. CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. WM. HARCOMBE, il of ? irunclai ludanted, and l the rtii t.f Isft uuuth be f joaJ limsrli A vreaeriy gale strong op, a9 J Mid the Frviit-- i cruiac-- Srtsnrfay. caudal m. dra'-- J h anchor without any and was dnvrti un to a iuiilbsa.k, where be was in dacjrtT or inj to places. Although the drew nearly mnrteen feet she wad unveu mu kuuai of ViU-rwaif r tally tea fert J rep. l thai she could be JiVoudy hi own but hip as closely ia snore as hn dared, (rot out hig stfc-- l Lw.-r- i and chain eahle. v all hi mm to work, and with th assistaaeeof the French aaikrs managed to fl t her wit bout seri 'US damage. was the galOne feature of the aff-iiiulii-nialantry uf an Arab boatman naniei who uvt only swaiu a long distance through a heavy tea to the stranded el with, an offer of assiftiuui. but also swam ashore ajrain, accord iug ta the published accounts, with the captain wife on hi back. Wiiy the captain thought it iiw.vs.sary to mk his wifr'a hie in thia fashion, or haw he came to be there, u not exphtinel. Chicago Tribune. if. saddles; and ivp harness DUSTERS. EsptaM- - um tbe BntvA brrues pufioUir Qmmtr Ecrwiurd, V--, I9I. Clothier, Hatter & Furnish ir A' -- STAFFORD, MILLER & CO. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT BUYERS m Grain 24th Street. 3GO While there look at our Peninsu" lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. ""j O. P, HENDEBSHOT. I ISHRI1 KXOWLBS, Of Uatixer . PABMLEY. Sec aud TroaS Fine Grade of Laundry Work should give us atrial. Special care taken with Flannels, Lace Curtains, Woolen Blankets, Etc, Ete. Those wishing LIBERAL DISCOUNT ON FAMILY WORK. WE Street, Bnar of Hoed Hotel. Talephons 1"3.- - NEED BOOM! And to get it our Refrigerators Must Go. If you are in want of one Look at These Prices' Refrigerators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators that Refrigetators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators that Refrigerators that sold sold sold sold sold sold sold sold for $36.00, Now at $27.00 for 28.00, Now at 21.00 for 26 00, Now at 19.00 for 24.40, Now at 18.30 for 22.00, Now at 16.50 for 16.40, Now at 12.30 for 14.60, Now at for icoo, Now at 7.20 io-b- These are Honest Prices and will Sell with a Rush. The Celebrated "NORTH STAR" has It is a Full Hardwood, no compeer. Dry-ai- r Refrigerator. This is the Opportunity of the Season! Non-fille- d, DON'T MISS IT ! These Prices will hold until we have got our required space. Come Early. r THE FAIR Mhn mwm IVlk and Rfitai fiTX 11111 VI and' 2445 Washington Avenue. 2443 : : RICEEFSDNDERTAKING ; Ogden, Utah PARLObI Funeral Directors and Embalmers. nr. CASKETS ' H E . n THE FINEST II3A11SE IN UTAH. 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207. For one week, beginning Thursday June 25, and continuing for six days, Harcombe will donate all the profits of the sales of goods from his Immense aud Splendid Stock to the Utah University. Every customer who buys of him during that time will get as good, bargains as ho can anywhere in this valley and will also helr along the University enterprise. However great the run on his stock, Harcombe's pledge stands good. Come on! - Seeks Dumagea for a Son's Death. Wayland Knowlton, a Belfast lawyer, is a plaintiff in a lawsuit at this term of court that is remarkable in character. Ho seeks to obtain $2,000 on the death of a child ten years ago. The writ, drawn by Mr. Knowlton himself, says in substance that in 1881 he hired the Monroe house in Belfast, now owned by Mr. J. D. Tucker; that the house was warranted to be comfortable and warm, the furnace good and ample to heat the house. But on the contrary the cellar walls were cracked, which let in the cold, and the furnace was old and insufficient. In consequence of these defects his little son took cold, followed by croup, and after great suffering died. Mr. Knowlton says he was greatly injured in body and mind, injured in his business and put to great expense. Bangor (Me.) Commercial. What Papa Does This Summer. Two little girls on a Cass avenue car were discussing their plans for the Bummer. One said: "Papa and mamma and Freddie and I are going to have the loveliest little tent on Orchard lake, and we'll have just heaps of fun for weeks and weeks." "Oh," said the other, with a worldly and superior air, "that's so common. Mamma and her maid and nurse and baby and 1 are going to Bar Harbor." "But what's your papa going to do?" "Why," in a surprised tone, "he's going to stay home and earn money to send us, of course, just as he always does." Detroit Tribune. During a heavy rainstorm in Indiana a mud turtle as large as a man's band fell from the clouds near Crawfords-ville- . For an hour the reptile lay motionless as if stunned, then it began to crawl away, but was captured and kept as a curiosity. WM. HARCOMB Each minute, night and day, by the official reports, thi United States collects $639 and spends flGl : the interest on the public debt was $99 a minute last A FUNKRAL FUIiNISIIINGS West of Chicaeo. Services conductoil at nr Parlors whon dMurnrt. tmDRiminB . . .. .. or suipmoni a upeciaiiy. oii iu'va ireriRBTltlSH P1RU1BS. 01 Dodua The lWglnnin( of tha End. The natives of Pike county are prepar ing for the end of the world. A few weeks ago the farmer, Zack Myers, startled his neighbors by the announcement that he had received a divine commission to prepare tlie human race for the impending demolition of this planet. While plowing one day a cloud hove in front of him and a voice said: "Before this century closes the world will end. Man shall be no mora Go tell thy brethren to prepare; tell thein to devote their few remaining days to prayer, etc The sect of the Zacharites has already assumed proportions that are beginning to deciminate the congregations of the neighboring churches. Their prophet adds that the day of wrath will be an nonnced by the sound of trumpets and the appearance of fire balls, culminating in a genend conflagration. With or without the expected musical prelude, the severe drought of the hist four weeks will probably be suspected of forming the preparatory stage of the final cataclysm. Philadelphia Times. year, or just exactly equal to the amount of silver mined in that time. n,na( Anmnlntn nnrl elnffAnt, fltoek of and illl mver sity week n, CO (Men Steam Laundry Co. -- 25th car-riai- w e CALL EARLY. 1 Fashionable Color in Uonu. in the euler of There U a h'rs!i Ouce, many seasons ago, tht-rwas a rae for gray; now, gray auimals are at a discount and are a a with wedding parties rule aisoc-iat- i catered for by a livery rtable. Light chestnuts hail then a turn; but they were found, like certain showy materials, not to wear welL One year roaua were in fashion, and they were most satisfactory as to wearing qualities and also as to temper. Even now a well matched pair of red roans are looked upon as quite correct aud very handsome, but the color of the seubou is dark bay, with black points. Dark browns were in fuvor last sea-ioand naturally, wnce horses cannot change the color of their coats go easily as men and women, will be mnch used this year. Some good has certainly been done by the recent agitation against the bearing rein, headed by the Duke of Portland. We have noticed lately that many coachmen have dispensed with it, and in the case of lady whips we liave seldom seen it used. Ouce we saw the footman loosen the bearing reins while the carnage was waiting and so coin paratively freed the horses' heads for ft while. London Cor. Boston Transcript. via great amount of railroad building is This going on all over Switzerland. most difficult of all countries for railroad engineering now has, relatively, more railways than tlio New England stnU-sLast year 4,5o0 books were published in this country, and nearly of them (1,118) were works of Ik tion. ' f ' Mil, liters, 2473-247- 5 Ha mn tellers WASHINGTON AVENUE.