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iKvMir. VK MK FtibOriiad 1VXST EVENING,. CoapAnr. bj tai Cuu Pobubhw tomjitxcvU4 An Old Offender. r r.San Francisco " JJAW 2 0A r; Retail Department, i .!-- ! has an ofd offender, aamed George Harris. His lawyers had always been unlucky with his cases, and never got him off as he ; thought they ought. Lately a police officer caught Aarris rolling off a barrel of whiskey from its owner's door, and stopped the proceeding. Harris u I' lit- l : U was charged with grand larceny be-- , fore the police court. ! 'He1 had lost faith in thn lawyers, and announced I ii L;:. t ' J u i i to the court that, with permission,' he AT THE . would conduct his own case. The iff .. . ; court granted the favor ho asked, and Harris stepped out of the prisoner's I l .i dock; and took: his Scat beside the ;t" i "!!. I li A:, i'i )t prosecuting attorney, upon whom he looked with unutterable contempt. j.ne lawyers prepared to laugn. Harris showed himself a good police- - c Office , Ogden' Junction court lawyer, and in tho trial did a sharp thing. Fleming, the policeman who made the arrest, in the course of his examination, - admitted that he was an invalid, and suffered acutely from rheumatism. Harris fastened upon that admission with that earn estness and tenacity v;hich a terrier i displays towards an unfortunate rat. W'i'X-i.- , i "A ?. j r He handled, the prosecuting witness . without gloves. His point was this : t' net i He asked the officer if ha thought it Tit-j ' :U IS EXECUTED was fair or honest, being an invalid, to hold the position of policeman, while two thousand eligible young men of unimpeachable integrity and i " xnusde for the appointment. He ; !....;: ;ri ",t yrv'; ':'": put asked his honer if he could reasonaIN ALL ITS BRANCHES,; bly place any reliance on the asser' tions of a citizen who so far forgot :; ' his duty to his country as to accept rfs pn ' the monev of. an' unsusnfirlinC' Com 2 IN A munity for the performance of a task ,.?' for which in his inmost soul he knew he was unfitted ? The court considered the point amid irrepressible hilarity, and held Harris to answer before the grand jury on a charge of grand larceny. While theoio was no HIGGINBOTHAH, ' ' NEXT DOOR TO Z. THE; t If f- STOCK r 9 aUi f ; Silks; M 4 Poplins, . ' , . Flannels, . 1 , , JOB WORE t. 11,' lot . t t A fnnfirto Delaines', ot t, PAELOE AND C00EIKG STOVES, V ,!..''" OAK STOVES Jacquartls, .-- O GDlzy DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF CHARTER o, - iti ,., J Nouveantes, f1fiVfIfi.fl. 1 I , "... tv r. , , Ever offered in this vicinity. , , CO- - GENEEAL MEECHANDISE, i ' & C. 31. MAIN STREET, OF ui . CHILD Linseys, etc. A Full Line of A i All kinds of PRODUCE received m Exchange. i Carpets and Trimmings. l ,V"r. i A i C.1 G.WHITEHEAD Large Assortment of BOOTS AND SHOES, OF THE LATEST STYLES ' '.?!! t. For Gents, Ladies or Misses wear. , 4 GEXEBAL DEADER '.Mr BOOTS . Tp? v J..l Tr.: i. L.. 3 J - il- - - i 1.? defence he ever had before a police court the fact remained that he was an old offender, and clemency, could not be extended, but the police lawyers hung their diminished heads as the prisoner resumed his place in the i ' box. ": Order Boots, i, i , ; t .i t ': t. Eeccipt Books, '. ERA AND OTHER COOKING I f lj5-tf- E of r K ,, . A. LL f' ZION'S -- Tisiting Cards, ' ; ..t MERCANTILE INST'N. Business Doing tlie 'Largest .. f r.-!S.'"'ir CARRIED ON IN THE TERRITORY .t 7- 5 OF UTAH. .,' '., ,'. - '" ' Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, . ' ' .. - .; i DEALING IK ' BLEES9 SEWING MACHINES! Unrivalled in the Market. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MERCHANDISE In consequence of the increasing demand for the above machine 1 it ' ";'J"At;? If DEL a- - it At the The THE a f 1 23 ;,; '. simply-entruste- P 1 of ? SEWING MACHINE 03T EXHIBITION AT OI5DEX. and. Bain ; " - - AH Order, Rmitiancei, etc, ehonld ... ... EVERY Kakcs,Tlircsliing Machines AND DESCEIP'flOX OF AGRICLLTLBAL MACHIXERY , r , Oa eshibition and for sale at C. W. PENROSE, ' " MAS SHINGLES! CFAtTl REKS or Sash, Doors, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Jfouldings, etc., Cupboards, Milk Safes, Tables, Sinks and all Kinds of Carpenter Work done to Order. A. Full Set of "Woodworking Machinery in Operation. i 9 OF BUILDINGS ON REASONABLE TERMS. PLANS & ESTIMATES ; If ottr Large and Commodious Branch Store id Ogden tte Facilities hr eupplyicg cor Northern: Friends are in no wise inferior to f aose at Sili Take.W. H. HOOPER, Superintendent. . Sep 22-iT. tQr A t - r. S'TX. AND BARNARD WHITE'S YARD, FOURTH ST.,OCDEN. 3DEX, FIPTBE W. G. CHILD ! Im-ploye- young actress. It was none ofi.jher business where he got the money. The law had something to say, however, .and he is now practising; a pas sevl on the treadmill, with an eight years' engagement. That is none of the lady's business either. Box 33 Our Agent for Ogden. FIHST-OLAS- S Reapcrs,3riwcrssnlly I at his Store, ' well-bein- Enquir, be 4drecsed to t'li Monagtr, STAN'POE T Lumber Yard. r ? ' P Za A1T I BIG EIIIaEaS! ' Whitewater WORK! we have OGDEN STEAM , RAILROAD u ; appointed V. C. FLTQARE. This Institution is the SOLE AGENT .for Utah Territory.!- SA3IPJLES s . Call and examine 1 d The personal influence which the fair creatures of the footlights are apt to exercise oyer, ausceptibla youths, says the New York Herald, is occasionally not conducive to the g fthelatten Pro moral, fessional ladies will shrug their Bhouldera and bo apt to say that the actress was not to. blame about whom Mr. W. G. Davis, a London ?roung clerkmade a fool of himself to the extent of 2,000 of his money during an acquaintmonths with the lady. twelve ance of That amount he squandered on the Variety ", FAIR, VIENNA, was awarded WORLD'S SINGER . Mr. J. t sewing-machine- Dery : AND EXAMINE THEIR CHOICE STOCK, SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE IN ' ; t NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA AND CHICAGO. ' ' '" '" '! '. Consistinjr of ; i! f H Monthly: Statements, treadle-workin- ; Shawls, Yankee Motions, Etc. In immense Variety, PARENT INSTITUTION AT S. L. CITY. Clothing Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, "Wholesale and Retail ,J Groceries and Hardware. . u '. f . Hand MlB, ; i Shipping Bills, . dl-t- 'Suit "Luke City, East Temple Street, ; ' f ''''"'''' TEASDEL;&:'?o's, ; .. IMeal Tickets'f ': : CALL AT f. , A ,,: ' Arisiiiff irom a unilorm system ol dealing principally with Manufacturers, buying in Immense Quantities and selling on the Closest Margins.. Ball Tickets, and il G L H H I ( IS O. " '!- Made up' in the Most Approved Style, ' EVER Business Cards, l CO-OPERAT- IVE . H.23033X"7"3I!I Fall and Winter GOODS of the best quality. Which will be Cut in the Latest Fashion! - : .; KINDS. ... W. H. HOOPER, Superintendent. , W j Show Cards, London Lancet, apropos of g effect of all of on health the machinery women and especially of the heavy in use in great s clothing establishments, suggests that it is high time thai steam be used to drive the machines, while the women "with guiding" the be sewing. Sure enough why not? STOVES. Street. A new StocJc of ; . ? NEW -- MONITOR, T X 1ST ; the injurious JUST A LARGE STOCK OP . "l ajjJ In. Heating Stoves of all Descriptions. ' - - FIFTH STREET, OCDEN. Xwo doors west of Main . , Z. C. 31. I. Stove Department. CHARTER OAK, Letter Heads, - f ! ; side-walk- 28. MERCHANT TAILOE! :o: ' , Bill Heads, , r a P. O. Box J. TAYLOR, j, , EXECUTED: JNJSATLY 7 -- DEPARTMENT i Broken Up. came to be fifteen years old. It was a whiskey-drinkin-g family, and final-fl- y all of them haying been driven 'out of every other place, on account of their quarrellings and fightings, oame together again in a deep basement in New ,York. Their home was so far Smier 'ground that' they could not well disturb anybody else. They all got .drunk, out of the same bottle, but the whiskey disagreed for all that. They quarrelled and fought Wery day and night in their hideous den. John Donnelly shovelled coal for f whiskey, you Patrick cleaned s and crossings for whiskey, and Rose Riley kept house and cooked what little they had to eat after the daily bottle of whiskey was purchased.' 'One' night' they' had more whiskey than usual and got up a terrible fight. Rose Riley claimed that the boy Patrick was her property, as she had raised him, so she sat down on him until he was nearly smothered, and then jumped on his breast until all the breath was out of his body.,; The boy was dead drunk at the time, and now was dead past drinking. The family was completely broken up, and Rose Riley is t charged with murder; ! for::.'-Hides- d88-l- y f ! had a son Patrick, and they had given him to Aunt Rose Fiiley to bring up.' She brought him up on the bottle, whiskey bottle, until he FIXDLXCS . -- John Donnelly and Mary Donnelly ' s , s bo SHOE Complete in every variety. , , , an A Family AND HARDWARE V PRODUCE TAKEN GASH PiLIB Clothing I &iWAUW 4 GROCERY AD LEATHER SHOES, AT TIIK LOWEST PRICES. Hats, Caps and '" i 1 AXD .. ?-- .... r . 1 "'i, 3Vff. i,-,- ... i Fourth 55. C. Four ZDoorsStreet, From Ogden, f Orden addressed to ' ; FLYCARE& & CHILD, Contractors Office and MUls, Fiflh Street, Ogden, orr! Z- - Luildere, C M. I. Granary. .