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7 She C'gilfn Jwnftniu. 0- - 5T U5ll(((jBVE8V EVENING, Sundays excepted PDSUHHHfO CoHPAKT. by the OGBIf CMS-- Editor and Business Manager. PENROSE. " ""TEBMSOf 'SUBSCRIPTION. ... gix Months IbreeM0"11" .M MERCHANTS. Mercantile. Co-o- p. 10 (A SfO. 11. t iJl OGDO, UTAH, ,TCE:SIAY. SOYKJIBKlt "' i",,,issssssaiBasiMaBmBri JI A Inslifit, Green Jtlt er Ghost. if From the Bowling Green (Ky.) Democrat, 25th. The idea that mankiud do not carry their grudges beyond tbe grave seems tu 1 ... iff f HOTELS, i Woiwe, John J- - Mubnn, Pmpriotor. ; have received a severe shock by a recent occurrence near lluinsey, a neighboring . LIVERY STABLES, village of ours, located on Green River, ix--e and Win. Carroll, Proprietors. ' J '. ' in the junction of Butli-- and McLean jll!!tH counties. Office: Post Ogden The story, as told by a credible resiARRIVAL AND CLOSING MAILS. ARRIVALS. dent of the neighborhood, is to the effect 6.45 pni. daily 7.50 a.m. Mt Lke City, double 7.40 a.m. that some Mail daily years ago an old gentleman West, Thrown . . . 6.40 yt, died in that neighborhood an t willed Kail Through Jla'l daily .. DEPARTURE, his certain to his of; relative?. 6.30 8.40 properly a.m. p.m. double daily gtt Lake City, "Tail f.m. ne g;ive ins wue a me interest in iiia dally West, Turosiru 8.40 a.m. real estate, . which was to go after ber tut, Through Mail daily to his nephew, who was also to death T.00 a.m . Lake and the East ,, have the rest of bis personal - property 5.iHiira ,"S.i r.t and th West . . J" Hirl, n,mutv mail eo via Evanston, Wyom not especially ueviseU to others. Unex for Kick County, ing- and leave the latter place to his wife this amounted pectedly 2 . . w.Jlnesdavs and Saturdays, at p.m more than was evidently intended: for Was first known- - In America. i',..,i,tv A Tuesdays. Thursdays and are well A50nm throuKii-o- ut he choose to claim and got possession o Its merit u,..lvq fDailvto Locanl the habitable known 4.3(1 p.m. world. It liaj llch County, Tuesdays and Thursdays even f be oldest that which' she con had nil property 2.30 best record or any p.ui North Ogilei. Mondays and Thursdays Bt Ia he eidered and treated as ber own. The 7.30 From the lluutsville Wednesdays and Saturdays millions upon millions of bottles and Slaterevilie, avarice of Plain the so City ber irritated nephew Lynne, no old " 3.30 p.m, lias ever reach. complaint Muudavs and Thursdays she declared ed that should never be as us, and a 3.00 enjoy and Saturdays p.m. healing and the property after her death, and that Wednesdays and Huopei ville and Aluia 11.30 a.m PAIN . so she Lis SUBDUING UNDENT live Saturdays long that expecta lions ana Lopes should be long unreahz , . "OFFICS , UdURS. 6.45 p.m. a.m. 8.15 IT CAS H O EQUAL. ' 8eural Delivery, ;v. ea. ii er tenacity or ner own way was Buuoav, o p.m. 10 u.ou p.m. Is It recommended with unbounded assursuch that many of them declared they ance m WJUISTJIY DEFAUTMENT all cases of Cuts.Bmises.Burns, Sprains ! believed she would either live forever or Open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Kheumatiam, Bard Swelling, Biteb, Chill MONEY OKDER DEPARTMENT.. the blains.Stiffne8solthe her Jtaunt after For death. nephew Joints, Ears Open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. c, Ac. among all persons, and forFeet, Sprains', Outside Door open from 6 a.ni. to 8 p.m. years there were bickerings and bitter Founders, Ringbone, s, Scratches, Postmaster, JOSEPH HALL, , ness between the aunt and the nephew Hoof-ale- , Spavins, Springhalt, Saddle. Col-land Kemess GaJejaiso diiase of the y and no opportunity was lost by either to the other, and when the nephew and Ear in - - - 7.40 a.m annoy C. P. train arrives was an old man the aunt died, apparent 6.40 p.m - " " " U. P. ly of natural decay: went out like on " leaves - - - 6.20 p.m exhausted taper. Just before she died C. P. B.60 a.m. she jJui--U;P gave directions to Tier attendants - - - 7.50 a.m about the manner in which U. C. train arrives her remains ' 6.40 p.m should be - " and for the grave, and prepared - - - 8 40 a.m. " " leaves among other things she strictly enjoined - - - 6.20 a.m on and them to put no flowers about her Bait Lake City Time. corpse, to use no shroud, but clothe her in a black dress and have no- use Krtisrions SerTJcea at? 11 corpse less parapoernaua or pomp in connecin Tabernacle, the tTery Sunday, and in the 2nd Ward School- - tion with her funeral. Her orders were Hchool-kous- e and Third strictly observed, except that after she hoae, Farley's was placed in her coffin a young lady, at pm. Ward School-hous- e Cure Kettralgla, JTiheulnatiBTii, Gout,' tame 11 8 and a.m. EniscopalChurch at p.m wiio had not heard of her antipathy to Back, Salt Rheum, Poisonous External Methodist Church .at a.mi and flowers, placed a email bunch on her Bone and Muscle Affections, SoreBites, Nipples, &c, breast. She had hardly laid th6 fljral and may be justly termed the panacea for all SpmVuaViBt Lectures (Child's Hall); testimonial of her respect out of her EXTERNAL f "WOUNDS. hand when the corpse began to move, all .30 p.m. and in a few seconds the old woman sat S3" Remember, this Liniment did up in a AND or a year, prospring up in her coffin and threw the flowers at not TONATUALCtIBE8 tbe MOST ABSURD day the young lady, who, frightened half ducing CLAiMfio bi akd Mushroom LiniXAIIOAAL BAM out of her senses, ran fiff MS1EI screaming from ments. But we have the experience of over ' - OF SALT LAKE CITY, the room, while all those who beheld the thirty years of trial, with the amulktudu of witnesses. were shocked beyond measure, tbe Paid Cp Capital, $200,000 spectacle Liniment Is as recommended, tha If not but the old lady, being apparently sat - $1,000,000 isfied Authorized when tbe offensive ornaments were - V!M. H. IIOOPES. President, 1 f , bo got rid of,, qaietly lay down again and ' Vice Prest. II. S. ELPREDGE, was buried in due time. As eoou as the BR1HHAM YOUNG, funeral was over, the nephew entered Do not be imposed upon by using any other i WM. JENNINGS, Directors. and tooK possession of his inheritance, Lirsjment claiming the same properties or reJOHN SHARP, -are a cheat and a fraud. sults. T. e sura J. UTILE, f J Kf ; moving his family into the old house, and get They L S. HILLS, Casuier. nothing but , , which was a much better building than Deal in Exchange, Coin, Gold Dust, College Scrip, the one he bad occupied, lie was con Liimest. etc. uillections made and promptly remitted. gratulating himself on his good fortune Interest Paid on while Foreign Exchange for Sale. to on the d53-l- y rights, but setting things tarings DejKttiW. Afc'O CotTMTBT 43 SOIJ BT AM. DaCaOISTS first night of his arrival he found that the Stores a old intended to of threat her lady & WELLS; FARGO keep CO., BCc. and $1 per Bottle. haunting him. lie was not made of the EXl'EESS FOB WARDEltS, metal that fear ghests, and he allowed JScticb Siza or Botob, Stile, 4o. Bankers and. Dealers no trifle to disturb him; but about midLYON MFG. CO. la Foreign and Domestic. .Exchange. night he was awakened by the screamOFFICE atr VSIQTS JUNCTION' R: R DEPOT. ing of his children, who had been awak Ogilen, U.T. J. B. DOOLY, ened by the well known step. of his aunt, d54tf Agent. as if walking about the room, and one of . t EUCENE LASCELLES, them declared she saw the ghost of her V Sk aunt, and heard her footsteps clattering EY.At-LA- V OGDEN CITY, V. T. up the stairs. .The fathr, although anxt Office la On Jcwctiom . ious to comfort bis children, had to acBulding. knowledge be too had heard the steps, but scouted the idea of a thost, and went to The next night the step Hydraulic and Civil Engineer, was heardbed.: by all, and a strange, whitish light floated through the house, and was Logan, Cache Co. recognized by some of the n embers of Land and Mining Claims surTeyed. the family as having the form of a woman, clad not in white, as ghosts generbut in the . black dress in ally .:.;v whicharetheseen, relentless aunt had beea bur ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR. 7 '' met at Residence 2nd South Street, ied. The same sights and Salt Lake City, Utah. Ad kinds of legal business promptly attended sounds were endured for several nights, ltf when the heir, was entirely unable to tuo lotjger endure the annoyance,-aned out of the bouse," which "lias ever FIRST CLASS ' QUIET:" HOUSE, y since remained untenanted. As the One Block ' " '" East of tlie Theatre,' traveler" passes the house in the ' K FEW APPUCATIONS MAKE k I Jonely SALT LAKE CITY Term S3.00 per day. night, tbe strange light which 4fl annoy- Pure: Blooming Complexion. Weekly and Table Board at Reasonable Rates. ed the family of the beir, is sometimes "f r: i. 0, LITTLE, Proprietor. seen passing and repassing before the It is Purely Vegetable, and Ms opsratioa ia . . uncurtained windows, and such ig'tbe seen and felt at once. It does sway with tbe JOHN SPRUANOB e.CCHAPMAH. i'lushed Appearance caused by Heat, Fatigue reputation of the : house that tbe owner and Excitement. Healsaud removes all Blotches SPRUANCE, STANLEY & CO. cannot get a tenant to enter it, and even End Pimples, dispelling dark and unsightly successors to H. Webster & Co. and J. & J.Spraance, pots. Drives away Tan, Freckles and Sungreater portion ef the surrounding and by its gentle but powerful influence korteri'eni Molesale Dealers in grounds have been allowed to g6to burn, v WINES AND LIQUORS. waste so great is the dislike to ap- XnanUes the laded cheek with AXD BEAUTY. Front 8au Street Francisco. T0UTHFri,BL0O3I the llJ,0'm premises. proach iio.i:eii wrli. .... Poll-Evi- l, Horses, Mules or Cattle. . - ... ill J 4 Money will Is lmm Mk::j 25c, N HAGAN'S . 3 ATTORN , tf 21c. J.'ll. MARTINEA!U, : :A.iMiNER,r: blood-curdlin- AiaSillCAri mrfr g "fexvv MapoliaBalm With Her Little Torch. will iter ?f.f '''"edWar. AND Ul0ck"- - neatly done and rv JEWELER. Jewelry, Silver and allwcrk warrarted . Fob all information concerning Freight or Fas- , sage, appiv to .,,., i JAMKi SHARP,': Oen'l Ticket and Freight Agent. ..'JOHN SHARP, SCrElUNTKNDKNT. ' X. - CBICAEO & ALTON I LB.O Jk.T lledllCCd Rates to Excursion Railroai Comniifisiouers, No Change of Cars. And tho shortest, quickestund best route betwee a St. Louis and Chicago, Kansas City and Chicago, Chicago and Jefferson City, St. Louis andl'ekm and Peoria, St. Louis and St. Paul, and St. Louis and Quiucy and Duilington. i and Pullman Pala?e Sleeping, DinJngand Smoking Cars run through without change, between Chica go and St. Louis, and Chicago and Kansas City. The only line running; these Oars between Chicago and St. Louis, and running both Palac, Sleeping and Dining Curs between Chicago and Kansas City, and Palace Sleeping Piii'B between St. Louis and St. Paul, via Quiucy and Bnrlmgton. : rarllos. Vox Humana Office.' FIRST. FKIZE At EYcryFair! JNO. W, YOUNG, d71-t- ... f Oeuorul Supt. i , V AND ALIA! .SALES UNEQUALLED. ROUTE EAST. Tfie Running llirouyh Cars from ST. X. O to . ' 'i J New York, Chicago, Cincinnati ' -' V. CHAS. 0. Jt, JAS, CHARTON, Pri. Gen. McMTJLLTN, - t Westingheuse Safety Brake. Pullman's Palace Bay and Dining Can. jSTo. For all Way Stations 5:15 6.35 6.80 8.40 10.50 3.22 7.00 12.50 p.m a.m p.m p.m a.m a.m a.m t 72tf P. 0:15 Leave OMAHA o.OO a.m Arrive BURLINGTON B. 4 Q.) 7.00 a.m " Galosburg, , " Mendota (a 11.15 a.m. 11 '"' 8.15 p.m. Chicago ., ',: v.uo a.m. " Peoria ' 6.45 p.m. lo.ao a.w " Ind'plis (I. B. ft W.) " , " Cincinnati B.60 p.m. i.fH) p.m ' 5.55 p.m. 9.20 a.m Loganip't(T.P.4W.) " Columbus i 2.45 a.m. 6.20 p.m. - Through Cars from Missouri River te Chicago, iNPUNAroue,. Cikcimkaiti, Loiamsport, and Coniiinug. Cennections at those points With lines leading to the East, North and South. This it the Best, Shortest, Quickest and Cheap-es- t . Route. Do not be deceived, but obtoin Tickets via the Missouri Kiveh Raii.boap. , Burhnotoh C. K. PKRKlSs, A. K. T0CZAL1N, i Tpn'l Pass. Agent. , (ieu'l Sup't. " .Tanl7 Daily exeept Sunday. Line, st I. ON DO IV IS A , ; Car Daily except TOYS," TUB 'GREATK3T US ' ':' "' ' TARIET1 J ! . TtclcetAg't, St. Leuis., West'n Pass. Aff't.St.I-oui- l JNO. K. SIMPSON, Oil AS. K. FOLLETT, Gen. Supt.,Indiaiapolis. (ten. Pass. Agt.,St.Louii dl-t- f ' ' - CA?1)Y, " PURE AKD FRKSH. HOME-MAD1 TAYLOR'S HOTEL 0 THS EuaOPKAII PLAV, i .;.:, u -- ' ALL VARIETIES. .; ,.. i i .""candy, IMPORTED SALT LAKE CITY. " i i . , ' West Side East Temple Street, Board by the Day or Week. "Rooms vf ith of without Board. u, . ' t' . , , t i .., .' .. .: t t j ( Candy Cheap Candy Cheaper! . Candy Cheapest ! g Taj ,lor A Cutler, Proprietors., , i I ;,4 Ii E 11 Where can be found GAHTBY! " Wholesale ' "".". cakes, P. Pi MiwmiV ,l CANNED GOODS, KUTS, CANDIES, etc. ., ; and, Retail. m CREAif i Don't pass the London Bakery wilhout acall.V tf city licenses: SODA ! To all wliom It may concern. 1 i?parKlin8. always on hand. ? lamilies Supplied. A story just begun iafoiie of the papers opens in this manner : '"Talli-d- a ! GROYE-BREWERstood in a vault beneath the house with a burding torch in her harid. JONES' G K 6 Y E, OGDEN. AboYe her, in the splendid chamber of the noble caravansary, a thousand 1 Lager Beet; Hie and Porter unsuspicious human beings were of a superior quality, Manufactured and supplied wrapped in slumber. Around her lay , ; .ft to families arid ,Vt a score of barrels of gunpowder. the Trade. Should she embrace this opportunity ' house-wif- WATI5K. "I':l! Cakes Ornamented to '. e . Order, NOTICE. , ON EUOR'C .. ; ; , :,. , s SIA ' Which has suca a Demand through ths Territory, to revenge the wrong of her race upGEORGE W. TURNER. loJ for Beauty aad Xxceleaoe, cannot be Altended iDrders runcluallj f She did not on the hated Giaour :'. ' Late C. B. McGregor 4 Co.), i surpassed. flani-i long hesitate." 'Touching the AH our Stoves are Sept and for sale - by Z. C. M. I-FiftliSlrect, Ogden. retirshe torch slow to a match," ing I ' ,.' :.. "and all its Branch Store. ' ? i h for Grove rieasurc A Beautiful emed. ' There was a Bilence for Also by all th Store ia the Ter 1 Books, Mag antl Pic-ni- c inent ; a dull thud ; then a ghastly ritory. Parties, azines, i'lctures,glare lit the midnight sky, and all &c. the sleepers slept the sleep of death." !.7f . FINEST DANCING HALL IN OGDEN, i 'fNEWT0BE;;--;-.-AXI TOBACCO. ' CIAKS "Fat's this I hear ye' re gaun to dee, and with the connected are Brewery T COLCLOUGH HA- OPENED A NEW STORE Jeanie?" said an Aberdeen lass to anWall Papers of th Best Patterns. . em be- obtained, with or without MV . n Fourth f freet with a full supply of Toys, other young woman. Maggie, Crockfry, Jars, Fruit, VefsUbies and usi, on application to Subscriptions taken (br all the Papers of ths day ,v.. Preserving lass, I'm just gaun to marry that farm nr,i,. l d24S8ni Local, Eastern and Western. ower by there and live wi' the bit man-ni& CALL UrXT To., AND SEE HIM, JIESOF.D, No .Zi oii't." paid for Egjs aad Chickens Periodicals, lm filing along, the Rail- will be per gallon T" rt'"P'lynldh.r.rOUwiiu of 60 cent, "knricts' t U "V i . 39t 1 Albunis, Stationery, . - - - : , K car. : PASTBY of ALL KINDS1 l IS HEREBY1 CIVEIf, THAT : ' W '..MrrM' K I' 'if i? NOTICE engaged in Business in rnnB sionitor has oained a Ogden City, Jfcr'wiiich the City Ordi- X Reputation. ' No higher encomium can be nances provide that a license must be beiitowvd upon a Cooking Stove than to Suy that s who uses it iu its praise obtained,) without first procuring a every and recommends it to ber eiglibrs anil friends, to liable be are taken before license any for economy, cleanliness and reliability in ait its ... , , Alderman of said City, and be, subjected eperatioo. ' to a Fine. ",."" ' ' r; MONITORS SOW IX USE. .; 31,314 By order of (he City Council, .. LESTER J. HEHRICK, Mayor. !. et 41,80, tin ctltlAfOi JAMES TATLOR, City Recorder. o i" "."' ; (LAIS COOKIXG STOVE, The Office ef the City Recorder ia at ' the City Hall, Fifth Street, Ogden. ;; For Coal and Wood, Office Howl fron 10 3. m. (ill 5 f.r - Salonna i ! STORE! TOY MAIN STREET, OGDES. ' : GATE Confectionery . Next door to G. H. TRIBE'S FRESH BREAD, i , H. STINGER removed the . Kent for Ogden. A GOLDEfl Ticket Oilioe, No. 100 N.'Fourth St., Cor. Chestnut St., St .LOUIS. ' M. t. COLRURN, ' ' THOS. DOR WIN, lOOtf hoM STREET, SALT LAKE CITI JOHN FOWLER, dl-J- y . .'.-j- Express.' go With through Sleeping Saturday .' . J. . STAYNER, i; With Pullman's Palace SIeoiing Car through to New York, Clnciuiuti er XwuMviUswvbiul except Saturday. .,' MAIL. 8.20 a.m 1.30 p.m. ,, P.M.--Fa- Miistieul " ,. IATIANTIO EXPRESS STATIONS. Leave OGDEN 3. i With Palace Car through to New York, Chicago, Cincinnati or Louisville Daily except , Sunday. ' ? i t j.i TO THE EAST, NORTH AND SOUTHEAST, ': Express. ' :'.,..;,. MA1X 3:30 P. ' , , ...... t': t . iiiifiRoum . 7:15 A. en. Snpt., Chicago. Agt., Clilcago.- TIME TABLE ' FOUR TRAIXS DAILY! ' of S 1 ( WITHOUT CHANGE. M.--I)- ay ' ' ..'.- i, .,. 1.1 no ONE HOUR FASTER TIME Between Chicago and St. Louis, and one hour and i a half faster time between Cliicag and Kau-sa- s City than by opposition route. '.FRANK, malt,. Western Traveling Agent, Kansas Cily, Mo. . , , ..u Jnsiiriiments at Hie Lowest Figured.'! Just call and see. and Louisville S Full A UIH t "' v Only Line KLKOAXT DAY CARS, t AND Passengers will ploaso Purchase thoir Tickets nt . ONLT FIRST CLASS ROAD IX THE rpUS X West. (See claBsification of Railroads by Ifuarii ut VOXJVBILAXTE! - lor all information concerning Freight or Pas.., sage, apply to , OH AS. N7BLF.T, General Freight and Ticket Agent. tf JZk. Passenger Leave Corluue at 12:00 noon. ' "' Leave Logan at 7:30 a.m.; to connect with trains for Ogdon and Salt Lake- - Hie TUTU. i, after Oct. 1st, IS73, Daily Tunis On and ORGANS Is1" A WEDDING CAKES! h,jil ! ! : ' SPECIALTY. J.;H.? KELSON mm Street . . C - Ocde I. t MALTING HOUSE, it LOG-- Paseensers will please purchase Oreir tickets at the unices. Fifty cmi is aililitional will be charged when the fare is collec ted on the train. " ESTEY Junction with C.r.R.R., , City at 8.30 a.m.and 5.05. p.m. stavii:r, . Ciarniing c'OHiisrisrK,; : and a.m. .and ... ., PAr-fame- d Y, ATCHMAKER 1 : TRAINS RUN BETWEEN DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) Leaving Ogden City at 5 a.m & 3.S0 p.m. d HOTEL, -- SELLS THE liailroad. AND ' Ecfiirided ft ft tUt I r- -. ' j, 1ntioa to the above, New-Bo- is. JU.' - UTAH NORTHERN or itaii. Wind-Crall- Trains den ": ij . HIIXED TRAILS ' RCS SaltLake I I. VOL. BAip.ui. Arrire at fcalt Lake City at lu.ti asil.tsio p.m. f.taveSalt Lake City dally at 6 00a.m. atid 3.10p ni. Arrive at Ogilen at 7.50 a.m. and U0 p.ki. ar ' lixxK MONDAY, NOV. 1873, Trainsjwill leav Ogilen daily atS.40.m ; ry '? J" ON AND AFTER , r . 11 ; 1ST3. CITML m HAILB.OAD. - RiTerdaie-Weduosd-aya I w 'fl 1 1 fl 4-- ';! i in : , 1LYCEPT1W.) nx-de- I -- B H PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, Ivy, j H k i 2.') Voodmausec, vreA. . : 00 Business Houses. s i; 0 V(' 4.00 PUBLIC I THE INFORMATION I .B. B DIRECTORY. OGDEN 'First-Clas- ' B e ; - i CEO. A. PBIACE & CO. Organs&Melodeons Th. Oldest, Largest, and Moat perfect Mauufas ' tory iu the United States. ,; , t 52,0 0 0 Ifor in use. No ether Musical Instrument erer obtaiwd ; same popularity, ' for land Price Lists. Js" Ul 3m Addreis BCFFALO. N.t '