|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
Tilt CiiKMATION. DAVt-- 1SIlli; wr knew tho worst, ,t wor on. aminizli: TlifB'1"' .ilwiii ..f Tint it"'"1', ...,., i ,,,,, the very hint rlivtors , do but die? he v.!i;u;i- I'. ,. . i lied, "strew no blossoms of ;;- upiwratu li.iRl.t riwt; - . til school was out when he would almost iiivariatlv accompany hur home. iut the mastiffhad another friend ia Mr. Kli tlm f .tiw,. r r.., Colonel Havdeu. and n rnn;Kmvm something over sixty years of age. He was delighted to be with liitn. uneasy when he was away, and al- ways when he could he would accom pany the old geutleman in his walks about the village. Mr. Brvant was among the victims of the 'disaster, and so wcro manv others of the dm old friends. It is said that no hu-- ! man being ever exprecscd a keener sense of the general surrounding sadness than he. His movements even in the bustle and confusion of the occasion were noticeable, lie went to the school house, but came almost He introduced directly home again-himself upon the domain of the family, and was in every part of the house snuffing about. An old pair of boots of Mr. Bryant's attracted his repeated attention, as did also several articles of clothing of his lost friend. Sunday afternoon he started out and followed the searchers for bodies on thu meadow lands. This afternoon lie was seen on Miller's Flats, pawing in the saud. 11 is actions finally excited sufficient attention to attract visitors, who found that he had dug excavation quite a trench. lu the cause of the creature's vigorous efforts and his barking was explained. There was disclosed the lower por tionsof a man's limbs, the toes of his shoes being upturned. They C'iuld have hardly been more than half exposed to view when the dog discov-eie- d them. The next half hour revealed the form of Mr. Bryant. As the work men prosecuted the digging around the body the dog lay at the feet. Finally, when the face was ex posed to view, the poor creature seemed overjoyed, but when a oloth was wrapped around the rigid form and the removal was begun, the noble animal seemed bowed with grief, aud sullenly and sadly he followed the party home. IHligent search had been made for these remains in this exact locality, and it is barely possi blc that any human being could have ever found the embedded corpse. It is reasonable to believe that some of those now missing are beneath the sand-bedwhich were swept over the intervales aud left by the flood, their boues to be found in after time by accident or by the changing of the course of Mill river. The spot where Mr. Bryant s body was found is many yards from the river bed. j ,,,- - Oh. me, love, by the ." :lKli. intern' tliem to tlie pole, love will look to the fund eve on the coal. 1 1 m, rn promise vill i:""1 v love" draught, und lier voice fainter body of mine calcine!", i'll s lie:ir urine. ,au t0 tlie wygnMM """ fiu, has found out a Sir Ilenery I'll "liipson fur j know, tT3 these rude breezes fir f'i' KICW against kerosene. mo to won waft My i and stokers convene. ''" unicrs . .1. ... l..A.t ltl,t tlollll Hit (Mllll i, .it you'll i"'-1"- jlp process you've surely lieurd tell), .,,( a parlor match gently away, 1,1,1 viu luii ii like I'.v a smell. j'reve:i "is ' oili-n- sniff in disdain s.noiie of the dainty need 'v'lieu ii! v ca. lion float up to the sky; I'm nuns, love, that you will never complain, ' .rioui.'li an ali should blow int.) your eye. il ,nv -- Vui.'ii V..U I premise me, love'' the rulciljriition and she murmured isoer, will it by niVKiaVe in the I UK'JJ l' my u hare dour. twilight glow ireiiiise nic, love, while tho seasons revolve Uiitheir n.iifless axles, the jeurs, Von will visit ihe kiln where you saw me resolre, Aud Icacli my 'ale ashes with liars." -- JHX 1'Ai'L, in "Harper's Magazine." for June. ..y. 3Iad A tils. Yelasqucs s;iys that he had a r.mvuer winch in;idc the ants mad. so that they bit and destroyed Jt proves to he corrosive each other. A little of it sprinkled sublimate. aoross one ef their paths in dry weather has a must surprising eflect. As soon as one of the anf.s touches the white powder it runs about wildly, and to attack any other ant it comes In a couple of hours round across. tails of the ants will be found biting each other; and numerous individuals will be seen bitten completely in two, whilst others have lost some of their Dju Frtui Cisco le'or antenna;. of the commotion is carried to the furuiicarium, and huge fellows, of an inch measuring in length, that come out of the only three-quarte- rs of oue of the working columns, are seen stalking down with a determined air, a.s if they would on the uast Tight matters. As soon, however, toon as they have tcuched the sublimate, all their stateless leaves thenr, they rush about; their legs are seized hold of by some of the smaller ants already affected by the poison; and they themselves - tis Major N., when asked whether he be-to- 0 YES!! 0 YES!! '..Old Age. I covet rest neither for myself nor a KOCK s i iz i isT my friends, so long as we are able to work: hut when aire or weakness comes on. aud hard labor becomes an COALVELLE unendurable burden, the necessity of! llock Sjiriiijr, 9 00. work 9 .r,0 deej.lv painful, and it seems; It!i vereti. 7.UO. (i:ilviile, t( imply :m evil state of soeieu Delivcicvl 7r0 wherever such a necessity generally be I'V li.'ttiiiir (iood Clemi Coal. exists. Due's childhood thould Keep Warm be should old one's as age tranquil, YARD AT U. P. FREIGHT DEPOT. playful; hcadwork at either extremity at Douglass' Meat Market will he of human existeuce seems to me out JOrder left promptly lilled. of T'h'ce. The morninz and the bioi am. John rixcocK. l i i i i'l evemng should ue ante peaceiui; ai mid-dathe sun may burn, and men Dr. Arnold. may labor under it. COAL! Moro than, Oneiilioninuse!! y 'I s rose. rem arked a gentleman last night, pausing to rest against a "I s'pose I'm convenient lamp-posI . Cyrlonli:i NEW r KEY1SEI) before in my life.'" hic-hig- h ..ill. mm APPLETON'S AMERICAN t, an ania-.atewas so EIHTIOX, liet is the Entirely This laconic but sensible (Jerman ought to be sent out to lecture to the people on temperance: "I sail tell I drank mine lager; you how it vas. den I put mine hand on mine head, and there vosh vou pain. Den I put mine hand in mine pocket, und dere vas notting. So I jine de demberance, Now dere is no pain 'in mine head, und do pain in mine pody vas all gone avay. I put mine hand in mine pocket, und dere vas twenty dollars. So I stay mit de demberance." liiiiliiii mmm CYCLOPEDIA. Will l.e issued lii iiimtlily, Lecinni up July, Complete iu Hi tils., of Sou payes e;u-h- S9LD ONLY 1S73. . ffpllllillt SUBSCRIPTION. BY elianeo for the million to liny a complete w.tlmiit In Ii 11:4 Ihe rust. A saving l If ti lir.iry rents a day I iivk the complete set. New in ihe lime to ulmvrile. A fur all Information, noirr. ir. A'li'rexs, van ukn'ssglakr, Og'lcn, A sent for Northern Utah. A Kentucky legislator was recently TKX DOLLARS TEN DOLLARS missing for throe days. The fourth found him back in his seat. To the inquiries of his friends he replied ulN EVERY FAMILY that he had been sick. Being asked Male and h'eniali Ajrctit clear $7l, 3 per what the matter was, "Well," said - day easy. Ouifiis and county njrlit gratilwl I I've. he, ''some folks call it nervous chills; H 'ONPKKKIT. ACHIKVl'MKNI'. C NEW INNKNilO.V. J,at:.SI' Sl'YI.K. others pronounce it a kind of affecA LAIUiJi S1ZK t'AMILV tz tion of the hearb but, to be candid, 2 MACHINE I call it a plain case of W TAULK NEW BUILDING OF ! mi N. Touching Incident Canine Fidelity. of East Corner Fifth & Locust St., ,..0,1!,-- .,... , , tl.y w.rsrmcrrrru '.- drunk." t SEVING ami nil 2 r iej Cloth for Wool' m;ar o(ai:x city, tht for Manufacture of i 5 X J a EXCELSI0I1 MILLS, la g g v f Mi TRKAM.K OO.MPLKXK ONLY TEN DOLLARS, The miceessful iuventh.n, n,J proilm ti.m ot tha only lull c win "Z. g.ioil ially JiHfliiiio less lor H than $."i0, that operates by FOOT I'OWEll. H Vr'zo MtNliiIx, premium, Diplomas ' Awm J wf Merit, llonoralde MeutiUU Ac. OYER ALL OTIIKR3. The last UMifnl invention to r lerthndif- Cllltl Of KewillK les lubolioUK. y4 Til, UUW and uiiprovedjtatentcd ' H 11LTTON HOLE WORKER, W The culmination of ncrfect mecliuni. nl r.. H ciiiucy. praitical- kill ami util.ly, with Ti c r "'auty,trent-thunJ.liirljiliycjiu- Superior Clolli, ltlunk- cts, Yarn, Hutting, Etc., Etc. biued. -3 O p Xfw C C A loni; reciuirod Lulior faver. Pnlc-r- Sou ins: .nafLin'' m .1 M .... AHA(IIJIi;.MS, tr:. mi which over wvrritceu iliflereut i kinds owmg, Fancy, elaboiHte, oi n- - M r mental. Intricate, tine, plain ami Slriiiio. cau fle done with m.rfect now ami ri,i,ln.R by thoiH who never taw a fewimr J hitfore. Our new nttHchinnntH merit tliMt ciiiuiiiiiimI iriiiiictliKto am the most valuable ailjnuct ever patented fl to advance the usefulness of lev.inir .Ma- - T chines, und are adiiwtablu to all other irood OT iniuliiues, cpially un well un our ow n. M uh- mi iNHcuiiin can ne jiertwt. ruld wiierate if desired, at the iwi uf thu old btyle need by all other inachiiies. PJ OUR NEW MACI11NK la lareer (Ijhb xniiie of the fxn S, Will do every iWscnptiun of newmn. Hem. W Fell, Tuck, .Seam, Quilt. Itraid, Cord, Hind, T :tUr, KHflie Shire, pleato, Fold, X Roll, Kmlmuder, Ruu up Hreadlln, lie,c.uoni Ac.. 5? Will ww anything needle f Ku thronnli. Zl "Ali THK TKOMJKSI sIlTCU ENuw K, do trolll T that tliM ruvrii win. l...i:.... .i will rip apart. Han straight r-ne.dle, reliable aecurute dirm t iiMition, C uo complication of or cams to r; oil or nper out iirnnlvr , ..u .....ii...,tti, , ,mj ..Hid i. f" k iiiSt I'fclit runmtiK, very mpid. ni(,th ami . mo t f oflM-autiii- " ' Bring on Your Wool at Oxicc AMD RECEIVE Our Goods iu Return at Advantageous Kates. G2-3- .i d A. RANDALL, SON & CO. n SENO FOR PRICE LISTS. one-tciii- h r The Singer Manufac'g " upon him." A Milwaukee boy has swallowed 3 ? half a dozen steel buttons, and his Ia ihe special dispatches to the mother doesn't have to scream lor Xotiee to him when ho is out on the gtreet New Yord Herald of May 19tlfrom with those Cluckerson boys. if IIIICKIV UlllleiStUod IUkI ..,uv ,,.,.- - ihe scene of the terrible reservoir ca- playing ' O0 She just brings a magnet to the door, PLEASE GIVE IN YOUR ORDERS. S agd. The Inventor of tlione eieell. lit Iliu.'l.ttw.a lamity, the following instance of e and he flies to it like a needle to the cn l re''d H.n an upright ami respoiiKi- - T J ble men, well wortUy of the confident and is related : sagacity pole. w pairutiHuliir( hrmtmn reader. "North- - J Intends opcniRg lti eru ChMich Stuudard," N. Y., Hoc, ;th. d A neat reply was that given by a Among the multitude of singular ORDERS RECEIVED. 7 when telling a story and machine protnpfly forwarded to anv and touching events incidsntal to stuttering mn, ox address on iw nipt of thu following taa' u to eomo of his friends, ''fcpeak it this ii prices. j calamity is one showing the re- 8IM.I.E a triisir.s tor mn.plw or private p; plainly, man," said one. "I 2 with :i use, aartable sagacity and intelligence of he plaii styles a.yiislable eutm1 AT THE tkm THIB ami tkcaulk, turuished with answered; the .canine race for immtxliate if C that equipment ready flu nacti X which is worthy of you to . understand iX macihm witU extra fine table, n, . lj OPPORTUNITY. EARLIEST record. table and cover, " f 5ir MAdil.VK. wit Colonel Hay den, one of the tongue stutters C MACinxid with tucloned table lull cebiuat a stutter." mind don't . oiof the late Lieutenant-Governo- r 4u " !?: Ktiln, H HC HAS PURCHASED i Tho machine" at flO art- precis! v th. tamo iwyden, owns a noble dog of the St. A Troy pawnbroker was badly as taose of higher pricu, thf only diflermcnG THE FINEST TU11EE OF that fhiw at f 10 have plain but neat ii who Bernard a swindled He has for by a stranger recently long species. w.... u,i,' uiiinv vi- l.gliur e been a i.rtj'M ara iiri.uniui, . .. u.I.I. All......I village favorite aud pet offered to pawn a heavy gold chain. Machines, Making aud cabinet ntylo. canes, poliidied costly - mo senooi children who were The broker offered to loan $40 on 2 Table with covers, u;loed insen, ami p ALSO, A taugU near the Hayden residence. the article at 3 p.m. At that time tahitiet style. Mo We was chant' mad fur parking or nljip- as punctual at his recesses as the stranger appeared and presented PATENT PRESS MACHINE I ping extra to any part or th tutmtry. special . . tin r- i i certificate for Ave year, with every machine. uruiuo8i cinia. The little ones the chain to the broker's clerk, who FOR . Specimens offewinp, illiiHtraVl circulam, ti rn his'tail with fancy rib produced the $40, The stranger ruld with nuiberoiw rvcoiuuviidatiotut, wholesale Tirst-ClnwH reluccah pri, extrnordiury inUucetiieuts to J seemed and moment a "jjfcs, and wind their jumping-rope- s thought Q igeots, tc uiuileil 1Ysk EjcUssive tsuntrol FROM Q ol Territory given crati to c;l,le and en 2 out him and throw him upon tant to leave the chain. "Xo,w said Ac. rgctic agents, ineichauU, store ground a captive, send him to he, I guess I won't pawn it, after FIETY TO SIXTY THOLSAXD U. who w ill travel or open agencie keer. and exhibit Kosileriul merits ot our iMachinu in y, !el sticks. p8h him off the bank all," saying which he picked il up cth CO lm'aliiies ami solicit orders. iUrr o the DAILY. deliberain MALE BE CAN moment a for river, harness him up and and held it ovii'irs aud colC'TV hloiiTi ircn frks or ri m the tiiAKoi:. streets cith switch in hand, tion ia histavxL Then turning to An unequaled quick and honest money C "ti in fact do 2 chain upon 'tliakiui; business for male and female can- - C anything with him the clerk he threw the Filled. All Ordcis Prorapilj lassers in all parts of the Country. Chris-- y Jet he was their close friend and the desk ami said, "Well, I niight : Viau Index, N. Y. Jan. 5th. protector. CASH REMITTANCES T. just a well do it now as at any time. a said of him that he had a G'im e the $40." He took the Bluet Le made in Pot Ollicc money irder, rji 22 or Bank Drafts made payable to our cider in .Rial liking for little cirls, andtha money and departed. The bsokcr, York. lU'gistered Ltter or by " Xew wrees at our nsa. greatest favorite was th Uttle on examination, fonl to his astonuruer. auu vuiuuiuuiuiuvu. mu, , 1 jin 1). M. STCAIIT .""'OSaMn gul who was swept ishment that tho stranger had deftly TrXXMVOR8AI.K rTHK BKPT AND CURAP o addi Hsrd to while and chain losw the 'OB:E SroKEIIT and LIFT her MiTLIMAX K3I talking, o, J. l inJnnn(i father,mother changed or hfom . wall. AJto, 'A C'khhI Ntrct. X. Y. 3 her brothers and sisteis. fordp A had pocketed tho gold onv and I'I'NPII DrU Wtl! Pviatt for titUe of Machinery. 2 Manufectnreri Oeneral from her hand was ed npinOR- seemingly pawned for HO plated, chain, rth rPPC- - Pncnp isxvnoa faoSh to rtj.y him fv waiting - bow $8 A M iliKl A s, was seriously injured by the explo lite, and in a short time tlie centre of fresh balls of in- sion of the boiler of the "St. Leofuriated ants. The sublimate can only nard" steamer, replied "that he was be used so ujed to be blown up by his wife, effectively in dry weather. that a mere steamer had no cllect login to Ileal li BRICK! BRICK! COS H. b, Builders. i Co. Pctrth Street, St. Louis, Mo -- v- J C. J. MILLER, ca-wn- BRICK "bu-bu-b- nt ut r T-AJFLID Ogden Bench, jJ J e- m-m-- U - ng Brick H, I . 3 j Work. JK)NIT0R HAS GAINED A reputation. No hi(rlir ncouiiam ran I tlnui to ay that upon a Cooking lto in its t'ri'e, who mo It nery las-w- l and riKonimeuds it to (:hbor asx4 for noni, c!iiijiiiei and r.iiatility in all t op.iatMiut. fllHB hr 3114 PUMPS!PUIVIPS. Antl-freot- x- j j rivr MX r mi f- AM Pa-e- at Pap-.p- " ku or nnft H oed, W Wb lias snch ft Demann throajch th Tirritorj,, for Beauty umI KiceJlencv, cauoot nf rirdJ MONITORS mw in I'SK. AIM), TnC CtLEIlRATID a J att 9 l iurpad. Mir Sionesj r Rl and For ffnte-hy- . Its JSranclfc X. C at. t. and Stores. kit jklao by all tb (tore 1 th.