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I THE NEW WEBSTER lufreiiuf of trte Itnshnrtgmil TRU.M flat " tit tLr -- trrl SHAi-- a. trv' v cruaf ii 4 an ar-.--ti av lie Irvji La. a Aa turii,a" uy u l,i ua a. a. tie araja ajcttrt as ajwrfTB bet a baow oataatsWo;i;' 3 Luu fur t amtutvl. auxi hf baar thai rvt r aacar uuwigti Uke xl antw at H- snarl. 1 KOetillB ttial luf 0J W Tv-- jr were) i dc : and tulivw Ij tuaJoiiS for a taaoi at tias ctvd ajf .a wtaaH. but tbr biiadavoat rtnrn bleat ajaj felL aavi m be tfnmg mp tirmbam git tutu a bauw urn the htA that UaS i c Oiii Martin jutavai tutu with m las oat TfHUMPM a 1 fI i U Sat Ttat tuakaa aaa r n.ptii.era atara aa a ay pa 1u l asaaf n. a u, UavsaaaB ui aa fn aaaaaaart rr. TOBSTER'S TUi lasarasl LVTERXATDNAL .r aikau uure aaaua be Craat U a.urr.aarfc saur. aaaU LKtusnt Turn the frTloar over till we esa an kis face. Am 1 live, it is Philip tkt- ILr .in Wuat Uavfe )V0 Ul u.aaam atfOa laf Lrua ab3 utawtf. Jaas.il Kaaacll Uowaai. DICTIONARY A TALE OF -- t-- hudT A KEY. Why. it A GRAND INVESTMENT r tkve raskUy,taaB4aawa Library c ST1 a spaaa. aaf MM tut iotMm ClftutlMUtllM .lit IM MMI CET THE BEST. 8010 tr all BooMctxua. fxr. 1 7l'oa lUnlflllm. critical mim,i placate. arai trea mpom tG. & C MERRIAM & PUBLISHERS. CO., SPRINCFIELD, Mass., U.S.A. DRUGGISTS J. If. SItXITT & CO., DRUGGTSTS, Martin -- On the wail of an Old Cunoam above Frackfut! roavl. hsaga a key nxa.lt of iron a foot it fccfeth, and the ward rotted op. It fitl Si toe old tuns belief that tot s lMrorru) amd Doumrw CIGARS. bj Mail Promptly Attended to Order Fdlh St., Ktmr Young, OGUKN Safe for W. I.. Itoaglaa Maura. II rial mj farairnla aulr In yoar alace aak vaar amlar i araal far rainloaur. aecurr Ike ry, aad th, m lor yaa. JTTAHK NO M BSTITITE. Jll in IS THE WHY W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE S3 BEST SHOE THE IN THE kntPeVn WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It la a hti.. with on tacks or wax thread to burt toe frrt; made of the teat floe ralf. stvllah and aaay, and brrauar m make more aaura of thi grade than any ntkrr manufm lurtr. It equals hand ewed hoe oaJtluif from 4.W Ki SMIO. the flneatcalf OIHienuhufiC Vsva ulioe ever offend for a5.ni; eigualo French which root from - into (l.MIU. iniport.il nhoea . Hun.!--00 rnlf, Shoe, fine ,d Well Th.. and duraMi-aF"a ityllab, comfortable aboe over offered at this price ; tame grade as mtuto hoe eoKtlnu from f no to 9.i. PMtrr Nhnri Varmern Kallmad Men M'amlfHK - . cua-tor- IjtB and Letieri'arrlernall weartheni: flnecalf. aamlesA, smooth Inside, heavy three aou'B, ezteu- Hi'' pair will wear a year. aton eduewfl fine enlft BO battaf shoe ever offered at this price: one trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. SB shoes ''SO Working-manvKa are very stroUK and durable. Those who have Riven tbem a trial will wear no other make. S'2.00 and SI. 7 H school shoes are boys everywhere; they sell DUJO worn ly UielncreaftliiK on thcTr merits, as the sales show. llnnd-at-weshoe. best d IioUKola, very stylish; equals French Imported shi.'s eaauaj from ft. mi to ,6.t". I ndies' i.30. 8i.U0 and Si. 73 shoe for Mlaaea are the best flneDonfrola. stylish andr f'aatlan.-Re- e that W. I,. Douglas' name and price uru stamped on the Uittoni of each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sat, 9 Dftue! arlioC iaaUlvO HOLD BT & SONS CO." Wiisliinifton Ave.. OfftkBB. W. H. WRIGHT No. GEO. A. LOWE. -- DEALER IN Agricultural - Imptafe Wagons, Bugsjiea, Road Carts, BuckboardsJ i wm amazed. The certainly is its accuatomed place in tt boom- - and yrt tne aafe had been opec-- L Comparison ol the two at once made t: plan of the robbery manifest the key 10 Graham's hands had been the meant ol bringing Daily to 1 lattice aad he went u jail with a very tore head. Graham re newed hit suit, bat Mrs. Beats had i dently resolved that be should not marrv ber daughter, and Mabel had not fore of character enoogh to act independent It; to George, bidding them all good left, and next day they heard that bt had shipped on a veasel bound for Ind . Mabel mourned hit absence, and, at b often tbe cate, found that tbe loved him more than the had imagined, bat thrf year passed away and no word camt from her old lover. Martin Bentz's health began to fail, and bis wile thought that it was time t her daughter to marry. Mr. Grayley had a nephew named Sands, who workeJ around the place, and he had been paying Mabel much attention, and finaliv spoke to her mother, and after mucb persuasion and some secret tears the girl accepted him and they were married. Sands wat not a bad fellow, but he wat utterly feeble in character, and after fonr years of dull and spirit 1. married life Mabel found herself a child less widow. Her father was dead, an when her mother spoke of her marryiiu again Mabel said, with unusnal firmness: "Mother, yonr interference broke up my life, and will not allow it to influence me again. Don't speak to me about these matters, as you only give m pain." George Graham had prospered at a sailor, and oue day he came to Philadelphia, captain of a magnificent clippei ahip. He bad cargo consigned to a firm on Delaware avenue, and went to tin it counting house and was very politely re-ceived Captains were bigger people then than now. Glancing around he saw hanging on the wall a large key. Memory at onco recalled the house in the boatyard and his lost sweetheart. "You are looking at that key," said one of the partners; "well, that belonged to an uncle of mine named Grayley. It has a history, and when the old house w down I kept this as a memento." Graham was silent for a moment and then asked, "Do you know anything of tbe family that lived in your uncles for aecnrity atunsl n btr kick and a key like hammer, bat that ratty iron has a haftury, sod ta issn riafa A with s record of human pacta oua, oopes and fnultiet that once (txided and controlled the met of several people. There was a time when the Delawan front above Callowhul attest was bean tiful with fine ehrnbbery, and men in the boat and par yards worked unuVi the shade of big willowi whose loug brancbea trailed id the water. This war especially the cue at Q raj ley' timbet yard. The old rick house on the bank of the river wag covered with ivy and shadowed by a small (rrove of elms, made musical iu spring by the whibtlt of the bhvekbirda and martins. Here lived Martin beotz with his wife and daughter, lie was Mr. Orayley's man kept his books, paid the hands ami sold the timber. The office was in s corner room in the house, and in the wall was built the safe. It didn't pretend to be fireproof, but both old Gray ley and bis clerk believed that all the burglars in the state could not get into it, and every night he locked the door with serious mien and much deliberation, and then handed the key to Martin, who kept it till next morning. To one of our modern artisU it would be a pleasant hour's work to open tbe ol J strong box with a keyhole that you could put your three fingers in; but these weic primitive days, and old Martin felt safe as long as the key was in bis possession. Dentz was a German by birth, but his wife American, bred and born in Fiah-towAlthough the couple were not always accordant in opinion, on one subject they agreed, and that was about the beauty and excellence of their daughter Mabel, and parental judgments are often fallible, but there could lie no question ss to Mabel Uentz's merits. She was not only a good daughter but a very beautiful girl. No race in America produces more lovely women than the German Americans, and there could be no letter illustration of this than Martiu Uentz's daughter. She was not much liked by the neighboring girls, as they were rather a rough lot in those days, much given to promiscuous dancea that generally ended in a free fight among their admirers, so Mabel, by avoiding them, got the credit of being proad. She was assistant in a millinery store on Second street, and was never without an escort home, but very few were permitted to come to tho house, and tho girl herself was circumspect and as yet indifferent to the advances of any of her male acquaintances. She had two persistent suitors, both young men, one George Graham was a boat builder, a fair, manly fellow, and an excellent mechanic, but he was not handsome, and, whilea favorite with the old man, Mrs. Dentz had a very pronounced dislike for him. The other, Peter Daily, was a very showy young man, ostensibly a plumber, but he was seldom known to work; and yet he wore good clothes and always seemed to have plenty of money. He was rather good looking, but there was a shifty expression in his hard, gray eyes that was not prepossessing; but he was Mrs. Bentz's favorite. It was Martin's custom to hang the safe key over the mantelpiece, and it seemed to give him much pleasure to sit and watch it. He was given to moderate potations, and at times was boastful and indiscreet in speech. One Friday night the family were assembled in their one sitting room, and both Graham and Daily were present Martin was telling of a big sale of timber he had made for Mr. Grayley, and how the price, some $2,500, had been paid in that day. Daily's eyes looked more furtive than ever, and Mabel, glancing over her sewing, thought how mean his expression was at times, but the talk became general, and Daily soon left Next evening he was again a visitor, bringing with him a friend, a tall, thin showily dressed man; he had also brought Martin a bottle of brandy. Th was opened and the old man becan Suddenly a tremen-ou- s quite convivial crash was heard outside. The e party made a rush for the door, all but Daily's thin friend. He, quick as a cat, mounted a chair, and taking down the safe key substituted another, in looks much the same. The others came back in a few moments; it was only a pile of spars that had fallen no doubt the work of the bad boys that infested the wharfs. Daily and his friend went away and George Graham came in, and was soon deeply engaged in conversa- tion with Mabel. As was the custom, the parents withdrew, and George began to explain to Mabel his improving prostiects and bis desire that she should man-agin- FINE PERFUMER and TOILET ARTICLE. p t- 1 Taos) a aaf a UeatSB St Hel tie BataaaSn Tic - L, . bem turned on by s man who thought that was the thing to do. Mr. Keoagh was tuased aboat pretty lively is the wheel woe re be wat at work for a revolution or two, and then tbe nxaBtrntata threw him oat He landed on a wide belt that travel along near the floor for a distance of sixty feet before patting aroutvu a big pulley. Keoagh was earHouses st ned along toward certain oUxtractioa. r. gji-jgofcbelt been in the Had the optraveling posite direction he would have been crushed between it and a wheel before he had been on it an instant He almoat reached the wheel toward which bt was rapid v going, when hit struggles tipped tbe belt s little and be fell off. At thi . point he did not fall on the floor, bat went down a considerable distance, landing on a pile of debris, receiving numerous braises in consequence. His horrified fellow workmen stopped the machinery st quickly as rjottible, and then picked np Keoagh. expecting to find him far more seriously hurt than be really was. Holyoke (Mass.; Dem- Engines Saw fplSaJ nTTrimrvav r. Manager in KIUiN, Ogden House. T ei. sf3dslE& Fred Dooryard WHOLESALE & Company (iBQf'ERS, L Liquor and Cigar Merchants ocrat A Kiesel I, lilac-ovary-. Funny, isn't it, what queer things old winter will leave in your dooryard when he yanks off bis white sheet Of course every one had opportunity to hunt up and throw over the fence into a neighbor's lot the usual assortment of old tin cans, pails, bus dress improvers, ashes and diMnantlrd household utensils But a man up Dexter way found a find in his dooryard last tpring that caused a lively flutter in his peaceful family for a while. He was puttering about in bis yifrd. making various discoveries along the edge of vanishing snowdrifts, when he suddenly found something that surprised him. It was a well He went to the bottom in ten feet of water and bad an opportunity of thoroughly exploring bis new possession before the neighbors came up with a ladder. The same neighbors got the water ont of him after a course of rolling and punching. Some early settlers had dug that well and had boarded and sodded it over When the covering rotted away our friend found himself "one well in." Lewiston Journal. Ogde- - I Ituh. Pocatello, Idaho. FOB A.GHT.NX8 CARL UPMAl'S 1 STRATTON & STORM'S Also for Wallir. & Co. Mexican hand-mad- e, Custom house 30-fo-ot sC-1-G-A.-R-- S. WHOLTaaAJ PABSTiBREWING a 1 ld CO'S MILWAUKEE BEER STOCK, BULK AND ALL CORRESPONDENCE BOTTLED. TO BE ADDRESSED 00R TO "OGDEN OFFICE." Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. F. J. KIESEL JUNCTION & CO. CITY MACHINE WORKS, K. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Founder and Machinist. bet Wall and Lincoln. Dealer In Steam Engine Bolleu, rurapt, Etc, 1 will furnish and erect Safins Bo', ers, Beater and Machinery by oontrac and do my work n the best manner. Gen rt machine wo and lrlnc promptly attended to at shop lffO-ie- a Tweatr-thlr- d The Central Meat Market were demolished by an excited mob, bnt the truth seems to be that the mechanism of a locomotive passes the comprehension of the average Mongol, and that the motion of a steam engine is apt to be ascribed to witchcraft Philadelphia Times. Wonderful DIOAXJEItS OF C EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AND H0FBRAU, CONSTANTLY IN Fo-Kie- GREENWELL & FRONK, Props. 9 Campello Dog. .ad-fis- h en-Lr- PRINTING INKS! AND. SELL CHEAP FOR CASH. I want to speak of a rather interesting example of animal sagacity I saw out in Campello this week. As the performance was of such a rare nature, and Wheels, simply demonstrated the affection dogs will sometimes have toward horses, Mills. will speak of the case. A groceryman owns a horse and a remarkably intelli gent canine, and every time the horse is hitched to the delivery wagon and it starts the dog is sure to follow in the Wagon Material, Heavy Hardrear. In the case I refer to I noticed the wagon stop in front of a residence, and men Cannot Do. What American ware, Iron and Steel. "There is one thing," says a lady just as soon as the driver had left the vehicle He home from abroad, "which can never be the dog commenced to crop grass. on horse's reared under the head, Baker Barbed Wire, Blackgot learned by an American gentleman. No matter how many years of practice in his hind legs and transferred the grass to the horse's mouth. Wonderful dog, smith Tools, Etc. foreign courts he may get, he can never be graceful while kissing a lady's hand. that Brockton Dispatch. He feels it necessary to keep his dignity OGUKN TJTA.EL Fifteen Bears to One Tree. and his upright position, and he is alMcCloud A river woodsman, while ways in a hurry. Ho seizes her fingers, shakes at Black Cox mountain, making them dashes to his and if gallantly lips, five-fosugar pine, he happens to be six feet tall and she cut down a big be to hollow for forty-fiv- e which To Printers and Publisher : The Commercial proved anil sleeve short her dress combe may PtfHi.tsttiN.i Company is rarryiite a large and feet and full of hibernating bears. There select stock of Standard, Fine and Snperfln. pelled to part company." New York were five black, seven cinnamon and Neva, Poster and Job Inks. Roller and Tablet Recorder. ia Composition. Size and Varnishes also kept three grizzly bears in the hollow tree in stock. Those in need of inks at ill do we I to and the man nailed slabs over the open bay of Ta (,'ommsboial. Clnnd Photography. end of the log and started it down A great deal of remarkable data, the mountain toward town, wnere i'. ar Tiir ft h ackriowledfred which is of immense value in the prepa- rived safe and sound and is now on ex the leaning remedy for of weather forecasts, has lieen ration McCloud Pioneer. Oonorrhca A Gleet. hibition. kVkXTl Td.MlAVS.M 1 he onlv sine remedy for compiled from an Investigation of cloud Lea corrhceeor Whites. become his wife. The girl's tempera- photographs. The range of observations prescribe it and feel The children of the late Senora Llanos, safe in recommeGdillt it ment was placid and rather cold, and extended from clouds floating less than the 121 The E8Chii,ii Co to all sufferers. only sister of John Keats, have pre while she liked Graham she was not in one and a half miles high in air moving sented 0CMNIJI,n JWJBi A. J. bTONKR. M. U, to the British Museum forty-tw- o an seven miles to ' ATVR. ILL. st nine hour, miles so least stirred she the by passion, from the poet to their mother. letters Sold by DratcaTtaU. in above e the gales blowing sixty-fivground answered calmly that it would not be PBICK SLOO. The these letters cover extends period miles an hour, while the surf;ioe right for her to accept without her from 1817 to 1820. They have been pubwas a breeze wind of five here only she stopped. gentle mother's consent, and lished in a collected edition of Keats' "Oh, my! George, there is some one in miles an hour. New York Telegram. writings, but the originals have a value the office! m call father." all their own. saw to Degenerating. Graham stole the door, and eiry, Quickly, Permanently Reatored. v' She From present indications, what akoeia, Bfervouaaesa. neblllty. and all through the office window a faint gleam U.. i.atn of evils from early errors or later excesses, Diamonds have been found in British 4o the results of overwork, sickness, worry, etc. Full of He yon think will be the most notable not but did hesitate, going light where a gold mine owner re Gniana, strcnjrtb, development, and tone given to every of drama about the future? the b door thing around the use pushed open the onmn and portion of tbe body. Simple, natural 638 stones. An expert collected cently niethode. Immediate Improvement aeen. Failure He of an The absence audience. of the office. Three men were in front London declared C&t of the specimens in Pvposelble. 2,(TJ references. Book, explanations and proofs mallei! sealed) free. Address tit the open safe. Graham gave a shoot Harper's Bazar. to be diamonds of th purest water. ERIE MEDICAL Turbine Idfe a Specially Make Wheat Oruwlng From a Uoy'a Ilead. A grain of wheat has sprouted in the forehead of a boy. On May 15 little Thomas Stretch, the son of miller Reeve A. Stretch, of Lower Alloway Creek township, was quite seriously injured by being caught in a belt at the mill, and would have been killed but for the promptness of his father in stopping the machinery. He has now house?" almost recovered from the effects of the "The Bentzes! Oh, yes, my uncle left accident, but a few days ago a dark spot old Martin's widow $100 a year as was noticed over his eye. It was careas she lives. We pay it to her. Her fully ojiened with a lance and was found widowed daughter, Mrs. bands, a ve.'y to be a grain of wheat which was pretty and good woman, comes for it, sprouted. The grain was probably forced under and, by the by. it's due today, and here she comes. Do you know hef!" the skin when his head struck a bin Graham was strongly moved. He met while he was being whirled around the her at the door and said, "Mabel, do you shaft. Cor. Philadelphia Press. Xemeni'ot i me?" Poor girl! She stared at him for a Mongol Mechanics. moment and then burst into tears. "Oh, A few months ago the foreign residents of Foochow, in the Chinese province of yes, George, I remember you well" The sequel needs no telling. Captain were treated to the curious Graham made but one more voyage and spectacle of a wheelbarrow apotheosis. then married his early lova Old Mrs. Hundreds of almond eyed admirers Bentz. fortunately, died soon afterward. gathered alxjut the novel monocycle, The old key had been a talisman and turned it over and over, trundled it along It hung in the dingy office with a tag on amid shouts of exultation and surrounded telling from whence it came, until anew its proprietor with the liveliest demongeneration came in, and then it was strations of approval. That enthusiastic thrown in the rubbish, and now hangs appreciation of mechanical achievements battered, rusty and forlorn on the wall seems not easy to reconcile with the fact si a rag shop. Philadelphia Press. that four or five new China railways Haunts of Toadflsh. The toadfish of America usually haunts the crevices of rocks, where it lays its eggs; but there is now on view in tbe aquarium of the United States fish commission at Washington an ordinary jug, in which one of these curious fish has made its home. The jug was picked up from the bottom of Great Harbor, Wood's Holl, Mass., with a male t inside and a quantity of spawn adhering to the walls. Toadfish have also been found at home in old boots, pieces of draintile and bottomless beer bottles. In the aquarium at Washington there are stern battles for the freehold of these tenements, but the fish in possession is generally able to hold its own. Philadelphia Ledger. nfflflfENT COllMY .CONSOUDATB Blaikatnith td Ke. lately had a airacaloaa escape from laataat drain at the Hoiyoke Paper company . atuL The rsactdaery wat oat of gear, aad ta srder to fix it BHSSh ifM mi-lUg wtwdL he had 1. aad Tt ulliiiystaa r.ven order tbat it shoaid aut be 1 Fresh Meats of all Kinds. Fish Every Friday. Poultry and Game. Deliveries made to all parts of the city. No. 2422 Washington Avenue, Ogdcn, N. C. Preehaw. F. H. King. PRESHAW & CO., 1 V'GOR OF MEN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. Funeral Directors 2453-5- & Washington Ave, Ogilen. Embalmers, Telephone 115. ' A Full Line of Metallic?, Wood Caskets and Coffins on hand. and Careful Attention to all orders. Embalming and Preparing Prompt Bodies a for Shipment Speciality. ONLY WHITE HEARSE IN THE CITY.