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|Paper||Ogden Semi-Weekly Junction|
z. c. Pubilihed JVXRY KrEXINQ, Bnndtji excepted DJ mt UUI MWho rUBUSIlINQ HI. I., OOMFA.NT. OGBEBT, HIGHOTHAE lat Ace." bill-hold- AT THE Ogden Junction Office ' SllJcs, -- TQIRI fJTtaBtTHT OGDEK DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF a GENEEAL IvIEECH ANDISE, Ever offered in this vicinity. PARLOR AND COOKING STOVES, Poplins, Nouveantes, ' Corded Alpacas, CHARTER OAK STOVES Jfgjjjjg A SPECIALTY. Jacqnards, Delaines, Flannels, 1 ',' IS EXECUTED A Full Line of All kinds of PRODUCE received in Linseys, etc. Exchange. Carpets and Trimmings. IX ALL ITS BRANCHES, A Largo Assortment of Fourth Street, Ogden, Doors From 25. C 3H. x. IPoxu? GENERAIi IEAI.ER IN For Gents. Ladies or Blisses wear. IN A BOOTS Hats, Caps and . G. WHITEHEAD BOOTS AND SHOES, OF THE LATEST STYLES SHOES, LEATHER AXD AXD 1 AT TUB LOWEST PRICKS. SHOE F1XDIXGS! PRODUCE TAKEN. CASH PAID for Hides. Clothing ! -- NEATLY EXECUTED; REPAIKS Sxijporioir Stylo GROCERY AND , QrfeT :;,: ! - 8 P. d88-l- y HARDWARE DEPARTMENT O. Box 2Sl Complete in every variety. BOOKS, MERCHANT TAILOB! -- :o:- J. TAYLOR, - - FIFTH STREET, Two doors west of Main Street. OCDEU. ' .'. Z. C. M. I. Stove Department. Receipt Books, A LARGE STOCK OF Bill Heads, ' STOVES. TINWARE ' d ? Show Cards, I-it- MS CO-OPERAT- Asd f - Made np.in the Most Approved Style AG Iffil I TEASDEL & Go's, - ? - Salt Lake i Arisinff from a nniform system of dealing principally with Manufacturers, buying in immense quantities ana ; selling on the Closest Margins. w Hand wpfika since, when Mrs. Sherman no evening was startled at hearing DEALING Monthly Statements, COnSiStlnff Of ' ,: Unrivalled in the Market. In consequence of the increasing ' Call and examine . j. SINGER SEWING SAMPLES that beat N. ; AH Order., Inquire, be addrestKMl to tu jihuhsoi , Studebaker, Bain and Whitewater W IL OBIS. . .,..:- STANFOED Our Agent for Ogden. Lis Store, FI1',TII STItiiJii'' W. 0. CHILD C. FLTOARE. OGDEN STEAM DESCBIPTIOX ETOY OF Lumber Yard : AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY ! C. W. PENROSE, n 1ST aose at Sep Branch Store in Ogden the fw Btipplvins cur Xorthern friends are in no At c; O.T-- 22-t- f . Tula W. II. HOOPER, Superintenilent. OF HAS CFACTCKERS Door ami Window Frames, Sasb, Doors, Blinds ma 1,11 4 of larpenw; Cupboards, Milk Safes, Tables, Sinks and all Kinds orx aone w urue. A. Full Set of Wood-workin- g in Operation. ; n a n m a n n WHITE'S YARD, FOURTH ST.,OCDEN. V. T. appointed . On exhibition and for sale at Box 33 4 AND AND iihouid , OS EXHIBITION AT OODES. Machines Keapers9Mowers,Snlky Kahes,Threshing Remittances, , demand for the above machine we h MACHINE This Institution is the SOLE AGENT for Utah Territory. RAILROAD WORK! at At the WORLD'S FAIR, VIENNA, was awarded THE Every Variety of Shoes, BLEES SEWING MACHINES! EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MERCHANDISE 4 s """ i' Shawls, Yankee Motions, Etc. IN An , '! Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Mr. J. t - ' ' AND CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA . In immense Variety, Clothing PARENT INSTITUTION AT S. L. CITY. Hats, Caps, Boots and Groceries and Hardware., ,., "Wholesale and Retail Is Evervthinz passed alone as usual after the funeral, until two or three as one are "We mud. to 8in"Tilarly oblivious circuto love in man never knew a or late a petition for a new pavement t. lamp-posan additional a r?'fcT to the Medical Times and refers to the fatigue of the limbs produced after a long railway oa dnft mainly to the tremthe under i.f5on nf the floor .nJ afntfla that, having suffered he was considerably from the abnse, of iaduced to try the experiment as cushion air using the so wel a footstool. This answered without that he has never traveled and has found using one in this way,remarkable the effect to bo a Bills, p Shipping Bills, the foeteteps ef her husband on tne Btairs." He walked invisibly into the off room, sat upon the bed and pulled from his boots. She fled in terror the room, but soon made up her mind that her imagination had conjured up the scare, and she returned again to her room. The. next evening the thing was men in repeated, and this time the the heard steps of the barn plainly stairs. the on man the departed heard who called in, were Friends of the same thing, and the noise his the bed and pulling off his boots. Mrs. Sherman, at last thoroughly alarmed, has Ilea irom the house, and positively refuses to return under any condition. 5 NEW YORK, BOSTON. City, CARE IH AND EXAMINE THEIR CHOICE STOCK, SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST Heal Tickets, f JES'' East Temple Street, Bail Tickets, dl-t- CALL AT .Doing the Largest Business EVER CARRIED ON IN THE TERRITORY OF UTAH Business Cards, est HOOPER, Superintendent. MERCANTILE IVE , ALL KINDS. II. W. ? 105-t- f f of Fall and Winter GOODS of tlie' best quality. Fasliion! Wliicli will be Cut in the A ' new Stock of Heating Stoves of all Descriptions. Letter Heads, n MONITOR, NEW ERA AND OTHER COOKING CHARTER OAK, Yisiting Cards, Two or three months since B. F. Sherman, a popular and eitizen of Buffalo, died suddenly from noDlexv or something of that nature He was the agent of the American Exnresa Company in that city, hav ing charee of the transfer freight and thft house of the company.. He had rnnms over the stahles of the; compa nv. fitted up elegantly. He had the respect ani esteem of the company, nd hia death was sincerely lament ed. The company permitted the widow to keep the rooms and supplied horwith coal, etc., as have been in well-know- mm BEY From the Rochester Unien. fii,tf r MA IN STREET, or Ghost Story, Tifiarta lushest stock: THE blacks who came to woo chance un- der his roof, by wearing a terrible frown, a suit ot seedy black, a vast ehirt collar, and a ruffled shirt, to which last garment the boldest African mind surrendered at discretion. The stakes, as may be imagined,were exceedingly small, being nicely pro portioned to the meager capital of the bank, and ranging from half dimes to quarter dollars, the last be ing the highest single bet that was permitted. The son of the proprietor acted as dealer, while his dignified sire paced the room during the even ing sessions, and kept a general over sisht of the gamesters. One evening a couple of army officers induced their black servant by the present of a small fee to smuggle them into this temple of luck, where whites were not commonly tolerated, and, provid ing that facile menial with ten silver dollars, instructed him to put tne ni on the ace The proprietor, who was absorbed in spelling out the news from the evening paper, had not observed the entrance of the strangers, nor the Queer turn the game had taken. Presently, however, he lifted hia eyesand espied tne iaDuious pue oi specie clittenng over the painted cards For a moment he was struck dumb, but recovering his voioe, he cried out in a tone of thunder: "Who put dat monev on dat ace ?" There was a dead silence. The trembling dart ies were all afraid to answer. "Who put dat money on dat ace?" repeated the outraged son of Guinea. There was still no answer, and he went on : "Whoever put dat money on dat ace had better take dat money off dat ace and be dam quick about it, too. You niggahs mus' think thah's some of dese here Roffschiles roun' disbank." Tn CO NEXT DOOR TO Z. C. M. L, er well-know- & Retail Department. Put Dat M oney ou The recent plan of our enlightened Secretary of the Treasury for resum ing specie payments with a teaspoon- f al ot silver halves and quarters, to be paid out in sums not exceeding as long as they $5 to each lasted, reminds us of an incident said to have occurred at a email faro bank kept by a colored gentleman in St. Louis at the beginning of the war. The proprietor, a haughty old house- servant from Virginia, and who had somehow cot his freedom and had strayed westward, although his capi tal was small and his banking house a humble shanty in the suburbs, in- epired immense awe in the crowd of CHILD lacumj PLANS & ESTIMATES OF BUILDING OM REASONABLE TERMS. Orders addreesed to FLYCARE Office nd Mills, Fifili Street, Ogden, on5 Z. & C CH5LD, M. I. Gransry.