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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
HIUUSDAV. NOVEMBER OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: IC 11 1Mk t JIBUTI. Ku J. D. GILL'd MASONIC. ALIAS SUMMONS. la thr Dwtnrl fuart at tit First JiLr,i. Du- A.F.&A.X. koiir-vu- r, Jtc- Swm tr-- t u3 airiaiirr aai t trd Rncslar .XSBd Clf a Wv' acWJ Bear aii!iirua . TTl ..-rl, auuciii. t. A, Uoal. . la. ui ti Territory M Saint I'taii hat torn ep, an J I. f. 1.1 it. bc ANT Or WHICH 1 WILL MXnEJL mi u Imy:&) ,urt4 to 4Her im aJB CHAPTLB. SO. Q'jLX ertsuuly bees diaoovcroJ. tut rkmwi tsi u; tU l.xnrt "o..rt at iur $ 1 .OOO- - Tm13SMjHJlfciLit Ul .!ij'..liirirt R. A. M. whjfh of tLrtn ir thna. i mt J udirai of IL 1 emiMj ul liu, Sill"- ar Tsarurta a4 Liue fc ti kiui to auraer us m.i4ii!t tt-- i 11 Uto of the 4 Tnavtar each $300. ru. lUwlar cuaroratiua vt irlOM trtvium M dtr a. i;luim X.IL HHita. T.baiMta. f. $1,250. t'rr.iiaTwrti!jt'.aa4Li. Uvrtr it 1 ija. Tbe ik Mom va o til iu u U a. Pi'a. 6c, rf imt4 auliia tLj mi . iraa afc ooutiTv: or. if Kukm. beta-w- a 1ety-- f fra aa4 4mt vi iLitcudtr, but ia tl Uiirin, W 1791. and oo tha KU IXJMSUMJEKi. $2,200. tih tJ At ml hi. 1 itkia laraiy Unni aittiia Uttf JLMOVTE 'l,c. rtaua. r ituioMit kf iraalt ul fa ui ra cuorejej with extraordinary potsp Vaa Pure, ktimtma K.T. $650. aoourdt rua. mu1 of Ui tu ira ajtd lM;imik. o tbe Pantheon. Ilia th Lrtt K'.aUJ eoarlaTaa arct Wedaeadaf ack $2,100. MailcHiu fanan 1a.taJi a4 in the great Ut&pk that waa to lb tjud artioa ia Imaurht to cbtaia th t- - Com. Jim a. E. C. J. noBia. f tin (wart la iiwjvt ttM ul M at. Bae. Per luuc thn of theuoUtst Frenchmen, tJu Viurct toa. f omr Va $200 uatrunuar brMofun ttkUaj OMatkSt um an4 I imll-ruliiialMtnut of yean afterward papm 4taui a:ul Mtlul. Uiree auj Uwwa, ivaui that proved tbe peoole i drrnw ua tl HU atukta. baifaiau SECRET SOCIETIES. that lb orredaiil ba (mul jui Om rwWTt-- eucaidrraU same of adifuliir aa4 aiitxjat betvw. Moafua rauaa a rui Uu Twt,f,k. $2,400. EXCAJaPMENT . iaui-.tSa rwa liMaara. auwVLaMr a a ava advuiart. furtivr ttat Iba vinia TJINTAil ka at, otam Atr fuiaud: ba wuifuJir uawt j to (un:ia Ut ancWtod 1 - axaeea A''Thirty tana aaj $ ,400. 1 tided to cancel the public burial, anj, in "it uunaata I. 0. 0. F. fc trn of Ufa. flaiattf Iraaaa hubn-- aa actual and buuaf.d mib-a- t of kuttae, ar-- . t iaratk. in "tfk fact, to rvuiore the boa-- . This . W. Hall tba tnt aad A. O. UeeU the ia I'tah t'lly. lrrrituff. cuua'.jr, effect done, but they tbould be Lurks w third Tburkdaa ot each aauiith. u uay iitm $2,500. tWaacy.J.iilStwithai January, iv. adube bow, arli. city atr. W.H.Ma.C. r. tor fitrtlj i aail fuller comewhere. Tbe leaden coffin waa eartrticularstil trlnrae F. W. Lcrra. firnbe. t with adbba Immm. $1,200. off iavited. to the cemetery of Saint Marcel, A a a fim are bnrfai autinod tuat if ton fail to Vaviuns brolnrra are eordiallt ned avu. ctly awr. r aii-tiuai.l euritlaiiit as aUtrr I hava barraiaa aa W aiortoa aveaue. a grave yard csed for the interment of aiar aad i liuuuJ a ill a;fl)r tu tlj miuirKl. Twat-foraad atrarta ta criminals. And bow when the bout rwiift fuc tlja rt li'-- umauiJ tbervio. alo all kiaj of It ta CRESCENT LODGE K0. 13. n sum Ui Uuu. JAitit A. u alioa T9 wanted they cannot be identified. a pk-u-r and ckiI Uiur. tla judjp coffin call be Jio recalar aseetine Voadtr aiirbt at and tf lb DiMnrt i'tmrt f the fluidcluck D. 6ILL, 2101 Vi&ifM Avf, OCPES. in A. U. t'. W. Hall, in 7jio Kut Judicial sUl. Tvraoty-fourtall aujourn-uiJ- E aveuu near atrert. and for f Uv akek-toTrtrx aiieiet-V. eelect a and do it vioi:ri.d hernbrotbm are cur,btjlp invited to I lab. t!u6ibtlay of r, W. Lsau..G. i V; mir iate or let matter revert to their old tf Ree. W. L. rVc'jr. APiaa, Oil thouftajii ciiit Lrl condition. Pali Mj'1 Gazette. lu n i'vii aiiri niutAr. da i. ll'Hr pit t fj g d w 1 H n !; 'a til t e. a'w a it M z aa . - 2 b 9 u v- a d . o to o- Vl. rr - r c 2i i- birty-uui- t ktf p U-f- it:n ttttf, f o t. I di.-overe- t. -- v 3 i- rr 2 -O '' " a rr H. M( t Ll KK. ra (ti trk. inU-niu- aK-ririn- - News. Mode III V III llifure Robbing the Train. A startling feature of the train robbery near Drewtou, Ala., was develojK'd recently. Criminal court was in session, . and Solicitor Stallings bad been active in having the robbery fully investigated. He says the evidence is conclusive as to Rube Burrows being the perpetrator. ue nas positive evidence tuat only two Jxam rohbury Burrovvs toraey, and, disclosing Lis identity under professional honor, n.ked him to write his (Burrows') last will und testament. Ho said to the lawyer that he had been outlawed without a show, and a large price had leen put upon bis bead, tie expected to be killed at any momeut, and he wanted to dispose of the little he possessed in due form. He said he had some money, and bis family would know where it was. He has a sister living about thirty miles from Brewton. just across the Florida line, and was stopping with her at the time he had the will written. It is generally believed that Enrrows had in contemplation the Escambia river bridgo traiu robbery, and was preparing for all emergencies. Mobile Register. Ruined by Chraa. ' In the committal of Fred Elder, of Detroit, for vagrancy is written the close of the life of one of the brightest newspaper men Michigan ever saw. Fifteen years ago Elder, who had graduated at Amherst college with high honors and obtained his diploma from the law school, cane to Michigan as a newspaper man. His mind was of the brightest, keenest kind, and he could call to mind the very page and paragraph of any quotation from Blackstone or Kent, and was a perfect encyclopedia on Shakespeare. He learned to play chess and became enraptured with the game. His love for chess overcame his care for food and his profession, and he lost his position. Step by 6tep he drifted down, sacrificing anything for the game. Detroit Cor. Philadelphia Press. all eln'm and interest in and to the vervicea of aaid Maud liennis, to the end that the said child hliall be fully ndopteit by the parties if to adopt the same. It ia therefore ordered intcriwtoa n tue by aid court Hint all person Raid Maud Dennis, a minor, apnear befoan the aaid Probate Court, on Saturday, the lTth clay of Novembr, 1 I, at ten o'clock iu the forenoon of said dav. at the court rooomof said I'mhSte Court, in Oaden City. County of Weber, Territory of Utah, to show cause, if any they have, why an order should not be granted and rendered in accordance with the conditions and stipulations of the affidavit aforesaid, and that a copy of this order be published a least once a week lor turoe sncceeaive wook in tne ivucn Daily Commercial, a newspaper printed and ' aBjalaladipiiliiajtakXilL.' CjOnntypf Weher and Territory of I t ah, County of Weber, t I, ( liarlec L. Hollinmiworth. clerk of the Probate Court, in and for Mid Veber County, do hereby certify that the foreeoinR is a full, trno and correct copy of the original order to show cause, etc., iu the matter of adoption of Maud Dennis, a minor, doitosited and recorded in my ollice, on the Zid day of October, A. D. lKUO, as the same appears of record. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and fixed the Heal of the Probate Court, the day and year first nbote written. CHAS. L. HOIiLlNOSWORTft. Clerk of the Probate Court. J. P. LedwidoB, Deputy Clerk. a College Hill Addition beautiful residence addition is situated between thereat Methodist University and the city. It ia only ten squares from the center of the city, and occupies a commanding positisn, from which a magnificent view ia obtained of Ogden, its unrivaled surroundings and theUreat Salt Lake. All propositions for electric linos include this section, and a rapid advance in values will follow. The University alone will make this locality the bon ton residence part of Ogden. For a brief time only the opportunity is offered to procure these lota nt $150 to $)50 each ; $50 cash and $25 per month where a pair is taken; deed and abstract showing perfect title and unincumbered free of charge. This property is very desirable and the price is under the market. For further particulars call on or address W. H. Haevkt. (Jwner, Room 4 Kay Block, op ftairf , corner Washington h street. avenue and Twenty-fift2r t o.o.r, rCHLUULO UNION L0DCEN0. 6. I. W. II all. Meet every Wednesday in A. O. rtiwt. Washington avenue, near Twenty-fourt- h in food atandinar are rur-dial- l) Sojiiurcuut brother W. li. Mai, N. U. invited Ui attend. K. ('. 8HLU. Sec 24u4 NO. NO. 2, CUSTON. CKiDES PATRIARCH 8H0 MILITANT. 000 I. 0. 0. F. Meeta every Tuesday and Friday cveains t Leatar Park PavilUuo. Membera invited. F. W. Ljcs ia, Cautaio, R. C. SuxkO. 0 RDER i 3 O 5s LP 93 2 22 S si- - m 5 o cr o C3 - O Street, under Twenty-Glt- h Trust l)el Warranty C C A A (iunriliiinKliip Ortler Appointing; Hearing.. . 8ub-Vitnee- i MlSf'KIJJtNMH-- OTioiiil lVmds ami Chattel Mortj;aj;e x A A H. (Jrceinvell C. IN Meat, Poultry and Fish Try onr Pure Lard, manufactured by ourselves and yon ill never use any other. Mail orders and wholesaling a special busineaf street with us. Twenty-fourt- h In the Market. ftM WiTFR rronouncwl the best in Territory "v"- - " i ry it ana satisiy yourselves. THE . cr L?tr.i ' u Um lift COMMERCIAL P5'sJo." MB '- - in r.ca.aa. urn rwry fair ai lk K on act RED . J. KIESEL WHOLESALE pat "This tamps Promptly and at Low Prices. St,. Oopen. TTtaf. (specialties Fine French Cnndies, Home Made Taffies, Pure Ice Cream, Ice Cream Soda. k Company, (iHOOEUS,. Liquor and Cigar Mcrcliants 38 anl M7 Twraty. rarth hi. r. pyucii, VUtrlhatlBC ftepstt the laartk, IUU J tan. Pocatello, Idahoa Shapa. riJt-- AGK.NT8 I'OR CARL OPMANN'S that they Month-Il- iir Twenty-Fift- h H STAJP Begs leave to inform their patrons Office: JM n SMITH. H. A.. 0ilen. Utali. 00 Waf?hiniton Avcnuo, Ikos. & BUTCHEKS. DEALERS TOILET ARTICLES Ml WllOLtSAl.E AND RkTAII. Broom Hold Fikest Stock of 6-ro- HINKH. Oaths. . . . oo Cu Your choice of 3. 4 and cottages, on Washstreet ington Avenue, cars, city water, graded avc choice neighborhood. $200 cash, balance payable in rent, $25 to 540 per month, at eight percent intrest. Houses, $1,500, $1,800 and 52,200 each. A A II Otlier ISIatiks euiihtantly being uikhxl to the above lint. Clans A, ' shwt cap, das8 B, rfiwt Cap, fltlKS C, full rilltft. Wholesale akd Detail DRUGGIST, Leas. A A A A A B Testimony of Testimony of. T"''a,, HOUSE . HUNTERS I , CLANK, ljettersof aud fraternize. Aoiilicants for memhershiD should apply to Dr. I ok, itil Wuahintfton avenue, or to any of the omcera. PEBfTVAt J. Barratt, President. F. B. I1UKLBUT, CO, BIANKH. Meets every Wednesday evening in the A. O. U. W. hall. Stevens' block, ZMt WashinKton avenue. titden City. I' tali. Sojourning brother in iriHsl htanduur are cordially invited toviMt x a 1 !, I'tab. AduniuHtrutor'i llouii Kxpcutore' lkmd So. 831. Sretary. WaiUuvtoa Avraua, (l( I)J, Iodc form ... PROBATE COfRT Merna tnjtland. Corner Washington Ave. and liXUSHlXC lionil for I)eKl Dist hawof Mortaj;e RICHARD CCEURDE LION LODGE, ('. J. t 4LC Option CoutracL Crf FLOWICiia. lot Warrantv IWJa, ehurt form ItealttalwMDrt'tr SONS OP ST. GEORGE. To bt Ueore and AVU THE COMMffiGAL are established here to stay, and do tbo best work in FIFTY DOLLARS CASH And O-- LEGAL I5LANKS Ch-rPj- L. I!. I;kt, llurw. UUItr A Majruiaia, attnrneya fur A bi? black and white bull undertook I Jaiundf.J the taJf of butt in? a train oj the track NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. of the Port Towuoend Southern road, about four mile north of Ttnino, one No. CO. It seem that a former atinoruin.?. Land oDlce at Salt Lake CrrT, rtaji. lrtob.-- r 4. 1'VU. tempt had been unsuocts&ful, and unS'ctioa ia bemby gixrti that tbe doubtedly maddened at the failure of nanwvl has AM notice of bia f!loing wuler tbe first attempt he to clean U n.ako Dual proof ia aiiiiport ot Ins claim, aail tuat aaid ppuiif arlU ba made brfore tb the whole train out this time or die. lie i'liica or in bia atxonce Uie county rlcrk of died. jJorican coiuitjr. L tab, at Uorvan City, no Nomnbrf ft. K. U, 10, tu: GxorKa was under fair headway The train for the E. H S. E. aee. 33, tp. 4, N. when his mightiness was seen by the en- !d. R. S, 1. name the fnllowitur witaeaiva in prove gineer in an attitude of defiance directly hi Hecuiiuimoua irauleuce upon and cultivation in the middle of the track. The engineer of fid lan1, vis: William Tonics, Gore TonVs, Edjur Gibbjr, blew the whistle and put on the air Tliomaa Wnt. all of Morgan. Morirm county, brakes, but Sir Coks not only refuel to L'tnh. FKANK I). HUliKS, K. (ritr. W. 8. DARKE, attorney for claimant. give way to the vpproacbiu;c train, but even with lowered crwt charged upon it. LEGAL NOTICE. The shock was a great one for the bulL tli In Pmbat? Court, County of Wi4xr andTer- The pilot struck him full in the head, rit4iry of l'tnh : killing him instantly and throwing the In the Matter ol Adoption ) Aer to k!.ow cause, etc. body slightly to one side MnudDennKaMionr. f The cuKibinatiou car scraped by the to the l'rob ite Court. County of It Territory of Utah, by the alli luvit of body and remained on the track, but the Weber, Mary J. Doniiia, 'iirarf E. rosn and Manilla rear trucks of the following car left the CronMhift ilay iretit efl and tild in lliih court, I'., ('rowsninl MntildiiCroah, tliesaid track nd traveled from one side of the tiiat U't wile, are deinut of ndojtiuff Maud lViini. .1. DeimiH, the to of over a other, of iu their wii Mnry way bumping right d;iij:litor riKlitu, (irivilet-- e mid inipiim-iti- e the ties and tearing up both sidi of the child,ofailheiiiinl cfiihircii wediin-in born liwfid the any enibunktiieut. Two wrecking fro;? were of theiAii tieorce K. (Vom, nud Matilda Cro, soon produced, smd in ten minutes the mid that the taid Mary J. lieunm voliiutarily to the ci:ytMy of and rclimtuirliiK all train was on its way a0aiti Cciitralia IKiwer anil contndright over Kaid Maud liennin. Rud M4 Bull anj CO e lit-vol- Mr gth f ai-f- tT 7 o List of Properties St k'l 1890. G, IT CONFORMS TO SHAPE OF FOOT If yon want perfection In lit, with freodon from rornn and nil discomfort iron wil alway m ear the Hurt A Packard Whoe It is uowled god at the most comfortable the best wearing and most stylish antlemen' shos mad la tho world. DON'T SPOIL TOUR TZtt IT WEARIHC CHEAP 8B0U The Bnrt ak Packard Mb o eosta no mort than any other fin (boa, though nona ap proech It In Talue. and Ban All styles In Handmade, Hand-wel- t welt; also Boys' and Youths'. If not sold hj your dealer send hi s name and your address to PACKARD & FIELD, SSSSSS ton, aiM. Sola by m STRATTON Also for Wallis & Co. Mexican & STORM'S hand-mad- e, Custom house C - I - Q -.A - R - S. ASHBYBROS.OGDEN. J. W. McNUTT & CO., WHOLE8AIJC DEALEI18 OK Fine Stationery. Ice Cream for Parties The Commercial begs to call the at- sutiDlied at all seasons. tention of our citizens to their line of LOUIS M. SCHWOERER fine stationery, including the latest Cor. 36th and in call cards, wedding goods, proWashington Avenue. HXE PERreilER and TOILET ARTICLES. grammes, invitations, papetriee, tablets, etc. We have bought the best the market LEGAL NOTICE. Imported and Domestic affords for our patrons in this and sur- In the Probate Court, County of Wobor, Terrinew line of full a : tory of I'tah rounding citiea With CIG-AES- . A "Dimple" and a Spark. Order to ) Adoption and handsome type we can guarantee In the Matter of of show causa A fire was caused in a singular way perfect satisfaction. John Edward McQuaiic, a minor. ) etc. Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. the other day in Highland park, opposite It appearing to tho Probate Court, County of Weber, Territory of Utah, by the affidavit of New Brunswick, N. J. The handsome Robert C. Wilson. J. H. Winslow and Caroline Fifth St., Young, OUDKN. Winslow, this day presented and filed in this country residence of Peter Zimmerman CaroH. said Winslow John the and that court, was discovered to be on fire. The flames line Winslow, his wife, are dosiroes of adopting were first seen in a bay window at the John Edward McQuaig. a son of John McQuaiK, now deceased, as their own child, with enual east end of the third story hall, where riehta and privileges and immunities of any the sun was shining in. It ia concluded children born in (he lawful wedlock of the said John H. Winslow and Carplino Winslow, and that the fire was started by a dimple in that tho said Robert C. Wilson voluntarily rethe window glass contracting the Gun's linquishes all riht to tho custody of and powr Grows Hair Rapiilly. Utah, aim control over said John Edward McCjuaig Ogden, Street, rajs. The flames were quickly extin- 27G Twenty-filtand all claim and interest in and to the services on the tank Eradicates Dandruff. water from guished by using of said John Edward McQuaiu, to the end that said child shall be fully adopted by the parties the roof. Philadelphia Ledger. to adopt the same. Stops Falling Hair. Having fitted up an elegant new gallery at desiring It is therefore ordered by said court that all the above number. I invite the patronage of the At the public land sale at the state public, feelmg satisfied that 1 can meet oil de- persons interested in the said John Edward Is a Preventive a minor, appear befnre the said Probate mands for first class work. house in Augusta, Me., not a single perCourt on Wednesday, the 19th day of Novemlier, of Baldness. son appeared to bid. By telegraph and 1X90, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, n room of said Probate court, in the court at UPWARDS. and received were bids five $3.00 rilOTOGRAPHS, on Grows Hair letter, however, City, County of Weber, Territory of Utah, and twenty lots of land wero sold. This to show cause , if any they have, why an order Bald Heads. should not ba granted and rendered in accordabsence of bidders in person rendered ALL WORK WARRANTED. ance with the conditions and stipulations of the Is an Exquisite tbs sale the most novel in the annals of affidavits aforesaid, and that a copy of this or' at least once a week for three Toilet Article. are O. J. made AH negatives Stephens by kept der be published the state. successive woeks in the Ogden Daily Commerin order for duplicating. n in a and published cial, newspaper prints! Is Free from all A cucumber on exhibition nt MontCity, County of Weber, and Territory of ft. W. C rohh. Probate Jude. Utah. coloring matter. gomery. Ala., is 83 inches long. 12 ) Territory of I'tah, in;hes wide and weighs 60 pounds. It ( Trade matt registered.) of Weber, County is called the "Centennial," and the patch I, Cha'leo L. Hnllinisworth. clerk of the Pro- Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Toisons bate Court, in and for said Weber County, do rex 'Ll in which it grew is full of cucumbers hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true It is an honest and meritorious and correct copy of the original order toshow waighing from one pound to the weight cause, etc.. in the matter of John Edward preparation. of the one mentioned. a minor, deposited, filed and recorded in my office, on the lth day of October, A. D. I'm), Own Remedy. Nature' as the same appears or record. Hon. Bonnin Nye. who is 95 years In witness whereof. I have Tobueeo for 5 crnla Clear imported Lnnz, savhereunto set my hand, and oil, is Rtill the active treasurer of a Absolutely pura and free from nil acids, extracts, paibb fixed the seal of the Probate Skcokum Root Hair Grower Go. ings bank in North Brookfield, Mass., or flavoring, and sre not dipro i d. Ianrauliftil and pa the day and year first Court, orehrnot. Equal to ao and recently gave a reception at his resifrctcipir, notachfiprlziir-above written. I'niicU la snliXresralar NEW YORK, ths that in UVecot Slates, L. CHARLES cigar HOLLINGSWORTII, in the dence that lasted from 4 o'clock Clerk of Probate Court. F.J. KIESEL k CO., Sole Agents, Ogdco, Utah J. P. Ledwidoe, Deputy the afternoon till 13 in he evening. Sale pov Clerk. by all Druggist. Druggists do-sig- rhePabstBrewing Company's Milwaukee Beer EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AND HOFBRAU, CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, BULK Kr Skookum loot Hair Qpouaep. J. PASEVITCH, PHOTOGRAPHER, ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO AND BOTTLED. BE ADDRESSED TO OOR "OGDEN OFFICE," h Mil Ok-de- J. PASEVITCH. f'Wrrt Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction guar- anteed. F. J , J. KIESEL $ & CO. DNCTI0N CITY MACHINE WORKS, W. K. IIOr.LuAJMD, J'ropriftor, Practical Founder and Machinist. 0-l- Twenty-thir- d bot. Wall and Lincoln, Dealar In 8teara En)net, Bnllera, Pumpi, Eta, I will farnUn and erect Inal&M, Bollera, Heater and Machinery br contract and do tn? work In tbe beat manner. Genera machine work and renal rln promptly attended to at hrn.