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I2gdm function d every morning, (Mondays (UMpted), by tb P&TXTI50 Association n5 If thosi (.Incorporated.) Nt rttft e4tk ;aaxf MJ Sate Jrma. rv IW all WMIllflHwil OB baitneei to U m Masac; kee. tetandud fct eaaliaetloa MUar. cbday Mobxixo, NotI t ixchaxob head ? What Tbb ixciDB.vTi of the fire in New York chronicled in our dispatches this morning aro too painful, and, at the same time, too revolting to dwell npon. Fortunately such oc currences are not frequent. 15, 1879. who sat up, in various of the parts country, until 1 a.m. Friday morning, looking for a shower of meteors and looked in Tain, will only wait twenty years longer, and lei sit up and watch, they will have an excellent prospect of being fooled again. The shower is positively predicted for 1899, but it may not come all the same. an article verl" BLASPHEMOUS TALMAGE. dead and the beautiful Thii applies to the late Green-- t Hie Antics of Brooklyn's Bare Back ' Parson. party. it tbi . u - i- Sew York BUr, October ST. grander day than when Christ took his seat at God's right hand. I sometimes wonder there are so many things going on in heaven, whether God won't forget you and me. We need an advocate not a poor lawyer a poor lawyer is worse than none at all. Well, Christ's specialty in heaven Is to take the bad case of the tinner and plead it before God until he gets an eternal acquittal, we are All guilty; Christ cannot plead our innocence. He found us in places of iniquity; he cannot plead an alibi: we ait g HGGINBOTHAM & Co. Fall and. iWinter Goods! -- Deslsrs in Arrlxrlne at JDcvlly have sinned against light and knowledge, lie cannot plead msan ltv. but he can sav. 'Look uoon these wounds; by my martyrdom I demand an acquittal.' Ah, constable, knock off the shackles; let this man go free. Sin is the worst of a 1 Eobespierres, the tyrant of tyrants, but the axes of God great deliverance are pound in if aeaiast our prison doors, Come out, ye sinner; come into the king dom." The Tabernacle audiences are eraduallv thinning down. Y ester day several of the gallery pews were empty, and the body of tne house was only comfortably filled. "You sec one never knows when Talmage is going to give us a circus," said a worshipper. It was generally theught that the Doctor is holding himselt in until after the Synod judgment. one want to act at our "This is the last sermon I shall ever titute for a day or so the begin-isaid Dr, Talmage yesterday preach," of next month? Hayes' mess as he paused, crossed his morning, is coming about that time. Aparms and struck a dramatic attitude. A pin falling would have been heard Cat this Out- -It Mar Save Your Life. distinctly all over the Tabernacle. is no There person living but what Shut stands in the same relation There was the profoundest silence. suffersmore or less with Lung disease, the Presidency of the Nicaragua The congregation held its breath and Coughs, Colds or Consumption, yet 75 oal that he does to the Presidency gasped in its anxiety to hear what some would die rather than pay the United States; he will take it terrible revelation was coming. "Oh, cents for a bottle cf medicine that would cure them. Dr. A. Boachee's he can get it, and won't take it if that dreadful Synod; they've been German Syrup has lately been in- can't get it. and done it," whispered a lady in irouuceu in mis country iroiu and its wonderous cures as ton a front seat. But the end of the ag ishes every one that trys it. If you sen next with came Talmage's Tib Oil Citt Derrick tells about a ony doubt what we say in print, cut this ' tan out west who sued a newspaper tence. He was not speaking of him out and take it to yonr Druggist, J. r libel because it said he killed a self; enly quoting the words of Chris W. McNutt & Co., and get a sample bottle for 10 cents And try it, or a ian. The newspaper wants to com tian Evans, uttered three days before a Jv size tor 75 cent. regular of one was died. The long pause romise, and advises him to make he he report true by killing somebody. Talmage's stage tricks; but it tickled A Card. He has acoepted the advice, and is the audience, and they smiled when To all whe ara laftariBS from the arrora and was text The saw it. thev through (ndlecretioDf af youth, Derrooi annting around for the editor. We eerlj : "Who is he that con- - dacar, Iom of manhood', ., I will Mad a recipe have have heard of a man who once from Komans "Paul Tblf FRCB ClUROH. will cor. Of Ton. that chal his demneth?" flung remedy wae d (.covered by a ml wionary It. banted for an editor and found him. lenge," said the preacher, "at the groat Sooth America. Bend a envelop He didn't hunt any more. feet of Iiis enemies. All tne persecu- to the Kit. JoiIFI T. Jhmah, Station d67--D, Act l tions of Diocletian did not affright York dm. Paul. He was not physically strong Tbb Bataid boom is about the but weakened witn exposure, lie most solid and substantial one in was strong in Christ. The world has the praise of fae Princess Alice the eountry. That gentleman could sung because she kissed a poor sick child, carry New York, because Tammany took a contagious disease and died. would not bolt his nomination and When the human race was dying our because New Yorkers like his finan- Lord stooped down and gave it a kiss love and died. What of cial ideas; he could sweep New Jer dideverlasting Paul find in the tender-hearte- d Bey, Connecticut, California and Orethe death and funeral of God? He gon, but would probably alienate In- saw the gap our v race must plunge diana, which might be spared. In into, and he saw the bleeding hands close it; he heard in the Having lately been addition to all this, he is a pure, up- of Christ of Christ his own groan. groan right and incorruptible statesman, to "(Jti, what a burden jurist bore lor Look at Ilia mauled hands, His whom the title "Le Chovalier" api. plies as Appropriately as to his pro- gashed side, His crimsoned temples. Yet He cried : 'Roll on more sorrows' totype of France. N axt to jTilden, AND the crimes of tho malefactors who and of none more worthy, we know were executing Htm. Roll on more ince the defrauded New Yorker's the sins of the Jewish nation, the REARRANGED THROUGHOUT, chances . seem to have waned, we sins of the 4,000 years of the past. Roll on more the sins of the next turn-inhope all eyes will be turned in the 1,900 years ah, roll on the horrors These celebrated MILLS are now direction of little Delaware's big of hell!" out a Better Article ef Here the preacher took on a demoBayard. niac appearance, strictly in keeping with the theme. Tho painter wus This is what the English papers evidently in sympathy with his piccall an item of news s ;"The Prinoe ture. But in a moment Talrnage of Wales has been picnicking in shouted on behalf of Fault "1 am free. Ah, God never collects a debt Than aver Before. Devonshire, England, and making twice, lie gives a receipt in full. Do himself agreeable to humble people. your worst with my soul. I defy you. the On one occasion, while picnicking 1 challenge you. Who is he that con with aristocratic hosts, it was found demneth? It is Christ that hath Best Latest died." that the cream had been left behind. After satisfaction Paul's is capable of doing The Prince, seeing in the distance at havingportraying his debts paid by pJoxy, another picnicking party, rushed off Dr. Talmage turned to his congrega the and explained to the ladies the mel tion, and pointing to one corner of said i "Some day your best the work anoholy twndition of his party. The sins tabernacle, will come in fiery troop and ladies gave him plenty of cream, not time, pound away at the gates of your soul. the shortest space knowing to whom they were giving You will surrender, you will open and you will while the most skilled it, and soon' the Prince was seen the door single-handethis divine weapon, 'It is Christ fling walking along bearing a jug full of that died.' My friends, when God workmanship is constant eream without spilling it." One pardons sin He flings it into the must be a Fringe to make such an depths ef the sea into mid Atlantic. ly employed. act remarkable, and one must be an It goes out of His books, out of His everlasting lick spittle to see any of memory." Now the preacher became tragic. the elements of an "item" in it. His face was purple with emotion or cold, or something. "Ah, there are tragedies which send men away RETAIL PRICES, Yiz: This is what the postal service cost nerveless and sleepless, but the tragour beloved Uncle Samuel the cur edy of the Cross soothes and saves. XXX 2,25 Flour, Calvary was the stage en which it rent fiscal year : was enacted, the curtain of night XXXX Flour, 2.50 Compensation of post- f falling at middle noon was the drop masters, $7,182,239 scene, the thunder of falling rocks Graham 2 25 Flour, Clerks in postoflices, 3,413,295 was the orchestra, and angels in the Letter carriers, l,947,70fi galleries of heaven and devils in the Corn 2 25 Meal, Railroad transportation, 9,100,706 pit of hell were the spectators. On, Star service (i. by horse this tragedy of the crucifixion of Bran 1 20 (sacked) and ordinary vehicles, 5,537,345 Christ t Hail, Jesus, hail I Down cwt , per Steamboat service, 565,707 with the monarch of wickedness I" Foreign mail transported Following this burst of theatrical Shorts (sacked) 1 40 lion : , , 283,917 splendor was a dissertatioi on the v As an offset to this neat little bill grave. if Christ had never stood in Boat Chicken Feed, sacked 1 00 we find that the - total receipts from he"Ah, per cwt grave! The grave is the darkest, tamps, stamped envelopes and post deepest, ghastliest chasm if no light 1 ears was $28,147,074, and from box from the resurrection gleams in it. rente $1,381,162. The net revenue Ah, Christ stayed in the grave to fit it for us, and He flooded it with the from the money-orde- r business was light of His glory. See the stone at From these prices a discount on $219,226. The aggregate gross reve-B- the mouth of the; tomb as it spins car lots will be made. at the eighty-eigh- t free delivery down the hill, flung by the hand of post offices was about 13,000,000, and an angel, and the cry is heard, 'Come Hm QEXERAL MERCHANDISE. R5i CONSISTING OF MERCHANDISE Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dresa Good, Notions, Hosiery. DRESS GOODS. Embroidery, Ac. nr.; CLOTHIXG, ad the ; leading styles the fabiiics of seasoh. Embroideries, Edgings, Flowers, and a Full Line of Choice llibbons. vier-man- and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Maim . LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Notions in Immense ' Variety. Crockery, Hard ware, &c. A Large Stock of NEW AND 8EA80NABLE tii, Ogden, Utah. FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS. Bridge, Beach & Co's Celebrated Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Hosiery. COOK TO HEATING Hie Machinery is of and Patterns BOOT'S AND S3XOKS? STOVES. MEN'S, LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S IN ALL STYLES. Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Grocei les, BEFITTED FLOUR! CLOTHIir&. RE&DT-EIsaO- E d Weber Mills, HOSIERY! l'HE.OLD RELIABLE Hardware, Cutlery, FarminglTools, Kails, Iron, Steel, Horse and Mule Shoes. Superior Cook LEATHER.IHARNESS AND SHOEJFIND For Wood and Coal, with all the Latest and NCS,r PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, Improvements. greatest amount and Character of in TILL LINE OF of STOVES! STOVES! STOVES! STOVES! Al WAYS ON HAND. ; : , BOTTOM PRIOFS SMALL PROFITS And Quick. Returns. H.OOND&CO., :i , Dealers In GROCERIES, PRODUCE and FRUITS. SHIPPING and COMMISSION. Place of btufnese, Old Theatre BoUdinj, We Sell as Cheap' as" th Cheapestl Fourth St., Ogden. Prompt and Careful AiVntionto order. T O Box 12S. FKEE DEMYEB Y to ALL PARTS of tie CITT. If yen wish toy artiolc in our line, and do not see it, enquire for it. Our 8tock is large, and all articles sold by us their grow expenses (including pay forth!'" his As Good if not Better than any Waving hand, then placing his f letter carriers, etc.) amounted to finger on his closed eyes, Dr. Tallittle more than $5,000,000. mage put on an extra vacant express FREE DELIVERY in Town. sion, and said, feebly : "I'm bewildered." It was nothing serious, howTo All parts of the oily. At a banquet in honor of Grant, in ever. The preachwr recovered him- self "as the long dirge of the world Chicago, on Thursday, Mark Twain suddenly stopped at the archangelic D. PEERY. made the best speech, in response to shout of 'Come forth !' " the toast "The Babies," The teleAfter a silenceof a few seconds, the preacher said: "Ah, if Christ had not graph thus reports him: broken out of the tomb von and T I "As long as you are in your right ceuld never come out of it. The black H. O. Harkness. J. M. LAngsdorf. mind don't you ever pray for twins. flag of death would have floated evTwins are a permanent riot and there hell capping the ramparts ain't any real difference between erywhere; of God, Satan receiving coronation and an triplets insurrection,'" called in heaven, devils on tho throne of forth shouts of laughter. Id concluand angels in the dungecn of Lower than Lowest. sion he alluded to the future Argo- glory ' ' In ii'ktlnmt raiuAl-' wjuuiiaiiv iiic uo cried : nauts, historians and presidents. who 'But jif you" are God's child the grave are now lying in cradles, and said: is a bower, where you may take only In some cradle somewhere under a siesta, an afternoon "nap, Utah. to wake Ogdea. the flag, the future illustrious ! Ah ! Good invigorated up of Friday nder-in-chief of the American bitter memories, it is now the Easter TSAssiw armies is so little burdened with his of resurrection approaehiug grandeurs and responsi"Lafayette was Washington's right : bilities as to be giving his whole hand man, Marshal Ney was Napo-leostrategic mind treing to find how to right hand man the right arm this big toe into his mouth, an is the symbol of strength and power. Exchange on all the Principal achievement which, meaning Higginbotham & Co. no dis- So Christ sitleth down at Cities of the United States the'right respect, the illustrious guest of this hand of Ged the first guest of heavand Europe. evening turned hin ftifAn isiM 'sv fir.. en by request of God and the univerAt Weber Mills and Peerj's Blocs, " l" cbu but sal suffrages of heaven. Let him sit Attention Given iy 34-- tt HARKNESS&C0. 1 O BANKERS, 1 Comma- i 1 niss. ns H v" bv in a. ran Special :u .:rB;;H':'Wagoni3Lr., THE BAIN WAGON is now enjoying the Largest sale of any wagon in th West, and it is bacaase they are Honest, Reliable and Very Durable, Calljsnd see tnem now as Improved. Prioes reduced to suit. SULKY PLOWS vs. GANG PLOWS. the THE TRIUMPH GRAIN DRILL Ton will get full crops, as the grain stands the winter and drouth well. street. Ojjclen. liardwood, Wagon Ware. 0 IRON WORKS, aaantctarer ef TO & HOLT, Ogden, Utah. GEO. P. 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