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OGDEN DAILY COMMEPXIAL: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1S90. situate GOODRICH & CO. m 3 111 EXCLUSIVE IRE IMXCllLLD SHOE DEALERS, It. us TtHlrfMilk 1 EXCLUSIVE FlE uar, Styk- and Fit - SH0E CALEBS, I ! 2 E strr-- GOODRICH & CO. ! Ta . frMrtk MnH. anuumnmtMttituiiiimmntmuuiiuaMuiic NEWS SOTAT1U.NS. Where that city dim-Ujr- It r.ind Drly all day yarIaT. Th BKHicUina mecw powdered a little iter yesterday. RaMui arrived ia General ln from the the city lav special car "Old." I( vou want magaxiD or U report bound well and rheeuly. brin Uietu U The Commkiu iaL bindery. Tbcra were a good many real (Dual transfers on foot yesterday. laugh till you we tb puint. Prof. IL B. Vounger'e dancing class tetinthe A.O.U. W. hall last niht There waa a tine turn out in.apita of muddy street. Chubbie Arnold aa in Salt Lake yesin the terday and eoteatained the people fair pavilion by hia specialty perform-ance- a upon the piano. The public clorka of Ogden are ery combative aa more of them atrike than in any town of the aiie we know of. (So infringement allowed). The funeral of Mr. Wm. Brown took the Seo-ao- d place yesterday afternoon from Ward meeting bouaa and waa attended by many friend. Ben Linngiiton, Archie Bigelow, Geo. Stetaon and Oacar Branburg returned below yesterday from a week'a hunt Corinne. They aay they killed 200 ducks. A haek team ran away with a hack ceaea night before laat one of the few collidof the kind on record. The hack ed with a wagon and made thing rattle. AsSuperintendent Mertaheimer and sistant Superintendent Fowler of the Union Pacific, Wyoming division, came in laat evening from Cheyenne in the former' private coach "Wll, The following undelivered telegrams remain at the Western Union Telegraph Oflioe: J. W. Oliver, Albert King, Miss Lwuisa Ptister, V" H. Pattoe, Lee Sang S- - Smj the and C. H. Uanchey. Loud, The groea reoeipta of the glove contest at the opera house Thursday evening It waa the amounted to nearly fcMO.OO. best attended, aiid for that matter, the most aatiafactory sporting event of the season. There waa a email cutting affray at the Switch saloon late last evening. Two men a little the worse for tanglefoot got into a row and one cut the other in the hand with a knife. The assailant made his escape. Mr. A. Dennis has hist completed a fine piece of work tor Thomas Brothers and has a contract tor painting and decorating a part of the Woodmansee building. He employs a number of men and deserves consideration for the manifest excellence of the work he turns out. MMr enii a The injury is not the sport, but s due to CT and over exertion at proper fatuous "strangle" Eran Ltkm, ah hold baa tmuswl bim to dubbed the and t'Strangler," aad baa won bim fameWhontuoev. aisy pop up on Sunday. ever the amiM way be, autue nuaft gian- t- of eictting struggle aiuocg theaddrfsua to strength are anticipated, la first pru money, the winner will medal or cup, to be either a band-donated b W. N. Cleveland jf minstrel fame. This information as telegraphed vtwterdaT from Baltimore to Manager Harry Yt. Kenton, at present ia Denver with his troupe. Tb outooma of tha tourney may develop one of the moat important matches of the present dar. William H. Quinn who wul appear at Athletic Park, to try conclusions lib no lees a personage than Ernest Iloeber. The latter at present ia the talk of the sporting element of New York, and ia undoubtedly thechampion at (!ra-o- o liowan wrestling. Roeber haa nu.t such good ones aa Kvan Lewis, Jack Karkaek, Mul-dooHe is a German, aland others. most a Hersulea physically, and holds the amateur championship of America. Recently the Police Gazette haa devoted columns to Roeber and his prowess. He now has a $500 forfeit up to meet Evan Lewis, his own style, catch aa catch can, barring the strangle bold. Aa aa inducement for Roeber to meet him in Denver, Quinn offered to wrestle him for $.j0U a side or more, and offers the New Yorker $100 for traveling exHe will deposit bis money with penses. The Times immediately on receipt of the acceptance of hia challenge. Thia proposition has been telegratihed Roeber and a reply is hourly expected. Quinn, the challenger, is the champion of tha Pacific coast Since hia boyhood days he haa been in the arena, balding a list of amateur vietories unsurpassed. Hia professional career began about a year ago, during w hich time be has been Among those ertremely successful. whom he has met and defeated are Jack Connars, at Victoria, B. C catch D. H. Cameron, and J. P. Donavan, brother of Mike, the pugulist. He defeated the latter at Seattle, winning two falls in twelve seconds. Quinn is a member of the Victoria Athletic Club, and on the tour from Seattle here no one has cared to except his offer of (100 to any man who could throw him in fifteen minutes. He is powerfully built, weighing 180 pounds stripped, standing 6 feet inch in his stocking feet. dreds are the fault Simmons Gets New Bonds. New York, Oct 10. James A. Simmons presented himself in court today and gave new bonds. At the Thoatr. Stranger (to doorkeeper) You pass the profcHh, don't you? Doorkeeper Are you connected with the mi me as-pir- n well-know- n Lent-titted- care-leMDe- times, a danger which should be guarded against in all eiert-iarsThe old fashioned idea that a girl to be lady like must not run or walk rapid ly is faet disappearing. Until recently, said the speaker, we could not be said in Amera-to havs say national system of gymnastics. The sysUtn of heavy gymnastics of Dr. Winship of Boston, and the other extreme, the light calisthenics of Dio Lewia, were not altogether although tha name of Dio Lr wis ill surely hold a very high place in the annals of physical training and in the educational sstem of America, for to no one individually more than to bim is due the credit of stimulating a keen and abiding interest in physical exercise. Following Dio Lewis with methods that are much more thorough, systematic and far reaching come Dr. Edward Hitchcock of Amherst rolltye. Dr. D. A. Sargent of Harvard. IVof. Hartwellof John Hopkins, and a few others. The result attained by these experts will shortly give to us a national system superior to any ever before devised in the last twenty years. Knowledge of anatomy haa become well nigh perfect He believed that if to every school house in the land there were added an extension, or a atory, giving a aingle, large, sunny room, into which a judicious variety of the appliance of a gymnasium could be put and if every child from the youngest to theoldtwt could receive forty minutes drill each day, and have that training supplemented by instruction in the important laws of health th totality of crime and the numbers of the criminal class would in the following generation be diminished fully one lialf. l, d - STORAGE. . dully Explain. "Why, what is the matter with you, Mr. Quip?" ald Maria, as she met Alonzo and Ethel celling out of aconftx tinuer's. You ued to be as trUky as a cult, but now you're a- - staid as a family hone." "Matter enough," growled Quip. "I've juiit hee.i broken." Chicago Tribune. Worth the Mossy. I Mrs. Fourundred (to her steward) think this charge for new potatoes in the hill outrageous. Steward (apologetically) Please, mum, they was raised hon Mr. Ward McAUiHter's farm. mam. They his very hexrlusivs potatoes, mum. New York Weekly. ," stage f - ' " "Well, I've held several of them upl" Go to Peck, Knowlea & Besore for the Munsey's Weekly. finest and cheapest cooking and heatThe Wrong Kind. ing stoves. Will open at 2154 Washington avenue, between 23d and 21th St., Boy Customer I want to look at soma socks. with a Full Line of New Goods. Clerk Fast colorsf Remember the ball and matinee "No, blame itl lama messenger boy." -- Life, this afternoon and evening. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Thornburh A Holtz. Sufficient Unto tha Day, Etc. "I don't smoke any more cigars in tha Garland Stoves. Marshal Metcalf returned to the city morning." yesterday. Miles, Strevell & Ulmer exclusive "Is that so? When did you stop?" Block. man Boyle the agents. O. "This moming." tooch. of S. Woods, The funeral killed on the railroad, took place yester-dn- y To Exchange. NEW ERA IN ATHLETICS. afternoon. A pair of horses, buggy, carriage and Evanston Record, 8: Miss Nash has returned from visiting friends in Ogden. Girls and Boys Making Rapid Rroij-res- s harness, for lots or acreage. Call at room 4, Kay block. in Physical Development. R. E. Park, of Ogden, Utah, came up to see friends Monday. J. W. Daugherty, Boston Herald: The Town and Golden Opportunity. of Ogden, Utah, is prosiecting for busiCounty club, of which Mrs. Julia Ward ness here. $285, retail prices $500, elegant Only Howe is president, met at the summer 73 octave, triple strung, upright pianos, Messrs. A. C. Emerson, A. R. P. residence of Lyman C. Josephs of New less than wholesale price. Come early George P. Brown, C. A. Henry, C. Schramm, T. B. Bryan, J. E. Cool-idg- York. Mr. John S. White, head master and see what I can do for you. Chubbie Arnold, and other Masonio gentlemen, of the Berkeley school, New York, read Twenty-fourtst., near postoftice. went to Pocatello yesterday evening to a paper upon the new athletics. He institute a chapter of Royal Arch said in substance that the new era of Now is Your Time. athletic training upon which we have Pianos at wholesale prices with freight Money to Loan entered bears good tidings of health and added. One week only. Elegant On diamonds, watchee and jewelry, etc., strength to women even more than men. octave triple strung richlv carved cases, Street 201 and 206 Twenty-fift- h $285, retail price $500. The improvement in the physical condi- only Don't miss this at Chubbie Arnold's Drozdowitz Bros. tion of the American girls of today is as music street, near rooniB, Twenty-fourtstriking as it is gratifying. You no postofflce. Money to Loan. which was hear criticism the longer Money to lean on real estate on two to made twenty years ago by visitors from Garland Stoves. unbe must five years' time; security abroad that the women of our country & Strevell Ulmer exclusive Miles, C. H. McClure, are weak and inferior in stature. questionable. Inquire of Block. Boyle agents. Almost every girl of 16 or 17 years of Federal Clerks olhce. Gentlemen's woolen underwear, in age whom tou meet is taller than her mother. Ten years ago it was not fash- various weights and styles, is now being Garland Stoves. Miles, Strevoll & Ulmer exclusive ionable for a woman to have a waist of sold at bed rock cost by Receiver Hurs-sel- l the proper size; nowadays too small a from the stock of Phillips Brothers agents. Boyle Block. waist is considered a species of deform- & Company. 200 pars of Ladies Dongola kid shoes ity. It has often been said that an A God Send to Ogden. for $2.00 a pair at Ashby Bros. American women as a rule do not walk well. Close observers will find, however, Dr. Hanna the World Expert Chiropothat there has been a great improvement dist QUINN IS AFTER THEM. in this respect in the last four or five Broomand Manicure, Room 12 at the Hotel. The Biff Wrestler Wants to Meet years, and the majority of our girls are to have a ambitious and a good figure Roeber. Corns and Bunions graceful carriage from the physiological Removed in from 5 to 10 minutes withThe Denver Timoa of Wednesday last standpoint. This wholesale change has been out pain or use of medicine by Dr. has the following in regard to the big about by the better opportuniHanna the World Expert Chiropodist brought is to which commence wrestling tourney ties which women now have to engage in and Manicure. Room 12 at the Broom there Sunday, which wiil be interest- physical training and exercise. One Hotel. ing to Ogden sporting men from the year ago the first athletic club in the A Chicago firm sent me a fine stock of prominent part that Mr. Quinn will take world for women was established in New York City. The limit of 500 members dry goods, invoicing $26,000, to exchange in it: The big tourney which many of the was reached in six months, and already for Ogden real estate. Let me know most prominent wrestlers in America facilities are being added by which the what you have to trade for it, or pat of J. G. Kenney. will engage in at Athletic park next Sun- membership may be increased. The in- it day is attracting much interest in IocbI terest which American girls have begun White House, Salt Lake City, sporting circles. There are already in to take in gymnastic training ia at once Denver Matsada Sorakichi, the"jBp;" a reflection and a counterpart of the Corner of Main and Second South. J. C. Stirling, alias the "Cockney;" Will- extraordinary development of athletic Most central location of any hotel in the iam H. Quinn, champion of the Pacific sports among the young men of the oity. Opposite postofrice. Union ticket coast, and Messinger, of Syracuse, N. Y. country. If a girl once experiences the and Pullman office in the hotel. Newly in is a almost who exhilaration comes which of from giant Kane, Ogden, physical remodeled and furnished throughout. stature, is coming, while Pueblo, Black exercise, when taken under proper con- Table unsurpassed. Electric light, bells, towns will mountain in a and and other suitable dress Hawk which and all modern conveniences. Terms, $2 ditions, probably send down representatives allows freedom of motion, you may trust per day. H. L, Haix, Proprietor. miner her never to injure herself by tight from among the brawny will be lacing or by wearing uncomfortable Altogether, fl,500 in prizes Musical Notice. offered at the tourney, of which the garments of any description. There are three things which every Prof. Jos. J. Daynes, the eminent orwinner will carry off $850. Who he will be is a matter of conjecture, but Manager girl ought to learn how to do to swim, ganist and composer, says: After having tuned and examined the Ziglar, under whose direetions the big to fence, and to hold her weight easily e fellows will meet, is willing to wager with her arms. Lawn tennis has done pianos, I find they are very $1,000 that Quinn will capture first more to develop among girls a taste for solidly put together, have a full, powerhonors. He, however, expresses a proper outdoor sports than have all other exer- ful tone, and am satisfied they will stand fear of the "Jap," who he says is in it by cises combined. We sometimes hear of in tune. Jos. J. Daynes, cases of injuiry from over indulgence in a large majority. Organist foi past 23 years at Salt Lake Then, too, it ia n it improbable that this sport, but whore one is injured hun Oity, Great Organ. . Hey-woo- UE- - Fur aartrfcabd- -o U C TXR .E - for STOKAUE-F- S' dfcripoj uar. fw ; LK " 4tk :tur.ra CjC- - 1 ; uttf BLANKETS cur. furaitsrr ,4 -..-MM-U.M ur U rf srmia aad ms L aula aw. lmrtii J. ! v Mot Complete Htock have ever can-ied- . and the Ivetit 1'rice. aitS LimnAn. & CO., n.El'EEH)!D)iJIUlliTlRTICLB. and baietnat ia Tan an i and Liuruia aw. ir row. aiiisia to) Pain Malnaub tirrf, KM. at tl.tt 1 urn utile, la I aaacc taiurk ; Cut. TwwU M Pir Mohawk ir 104. st 1. ttttrta aad Luknula in. IO Pain Caaada KM. at K.C prr ur (irer. KENT-km- -tr fanutlMd kubi fur fXR 50 Pain Whit Wmhi Bnmt, kuaa auulf, 1 ; cur. 1 Xmair tnit). ail auut. ausl ria. at v k. K ktklM a. fuuna aad I jiwda. (w. U Pain Santa T iMprnur. aU td. aaurt4 KM, at IV3 prr air. eutun. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. Fnmo buba or at BUnkrta, fiJSV a pair. W!M par Ogden, I'tab, Conducted by the Sister MarmiU Wuob-- .uuMiU RtankHa. t, Trawlin-BuUaa and $1UUl AW tir. KM. aiui blauketa. KENT-fto- W. Mc.NlTT Wfa-fmrH- 1K (. tik raU IsrocrsB aao DoacaTic (r OIGAES. fi rurr ! Ortlsra by Mail Promptly Attended to. St, Nmr 11-- a Y'oung, OGDEN. C.H.Greenwell&Bros. fr-- Is devoted to the education of young WaOLKSALS AD RxTAU. ladies and little girls. In addition to a thorough practical English course and Latin, classes in book keeping, type are conducted writing and abort-banafter the latest approved methods. DEALERS 124 French and German are oDtional studies. Wavbington w of Besides the elements drawing hich WANTED. are taught in all tha cusses, private pupils in the studio receive instruction Al'ANTED-RISTUSALESMEN FOB A I festarUing artirl. Commissiua Hi f in crayon, pastel, painting in oil and X water colors, on China silk, satin and crot.. Addia Y, Commesi ial ottice. Try our Pare Lard, manufactured by velvet. AT ONCE FOB BEST TS and yon will aerer see any other. is the market. Address In the musical department lessons are II aelling article eare of pustumee, M W., City. vocal on and in music, piano, harp, given Mail orders and wholesaling a special boainear TANTED THREE HOARDERS AT with us. Twenty fourth street. guitar, organ, violin, mandolin and Adams aierue. rurnithed room if desired. zither. Siecial classes in art, music, INSIDE HU81NESM AND RESIfancy work, etc., have been formed for ST f ANTED denoe snaps. Inside and outaide acreage. ladies residing in the city. To be sold ia the East. Owners only. CO. For further particulars apply to Sister Howard, Jr., Hi Washington Ava. Superior, Ogden, Utah. ilRL FOB (iENEKAL HOLKB- w 'ANTED We offer lor this week the following work. at 2U1 Orchard sve. ,ood wages. Bargains : For Idle Moment. 70 lots, UniTersitr Heights addition, FOR RENT. An empty pocket hook ia a man's most to 350 each. A two (2S0 RENT brick nine house, l.'t'R st.iry constant friend. Othera may grow cold, V rooms and bath, on 10 lots between 35th ami 36th Bts., street, below Wail avenue, (iood location for a board-jubut he will find no change in his purse. near motor. 1 125 each. house. Apply room 6, Cortes building. Great Barrington Nws. 2 Iota on Washington ave., only $200 ED "Do you think that literature is on the 1X)Rboaid, at ZiM) (irant avenue.ROOMS, WITH each. 3 Iota, block 10, Lake View addition, decline?" asked one aspirant of another. R ROOMS. WITH 225 each. "I must say it apiiears so to me. Every- J or without board, at ED 21th (.ingress House, 2 lots in orchard, Nob Hill addition, street, near destt. thing I write seems to get declined."--Washingto550 each. Poet. A PLEASANT UNFURNISHED REST 8x10 rods on Quincy, between 23d and mum u let for light housekeeping ; 475 Jrd IyOR Mr. Softly Young I beg you, Mies street. 24th ets., 550 per rod. Mangier, at least not to say that you 5x10 rods on Harrison, between 23rd R RENT A GOOD FURNISHED ROOM. 1,-will l a sister tome. Miss Mangier Kred Melssner, Wl Orsut avenue. and 24th sis., 300 per rod. will not. I No, Mr. Young, I promise you 4x16 rods on 23rd, between Quincy and FOR SALE. What you need most ia a mother. Bosf 450 per rod. Jackson, LH)b'8ALE-- A GOOD ESTABLISH ED BUS-- r ton Times. 64x141 ft, cor 24tb and Jackson, $3000. inesa. Call at room Lt, First National Bank Lota on monthly installments, $150 to Its name waa mud "I have been building. $300 each. canI least at but swindled, beautifully On easy terms. New five room A $300 snap in Franklin Place add. not complain of the hardness of my lot," IjVjR SALEhouse, with cellar, front and back TO EXCHANGE. said the man who had been inveigled porches. Call on J. W. Warehams, Twenty-tin- " t near Van Huren. in tne purchase of a lot of swamp land. Small Fruit Farm 2 wiles from City AND LOTS DIRT IX)R RALE LANDS KHiU. Indianapolis Journal. for grocery business, residence or Cash $5 to $10 Hall, P cheap. LoU fM) to "What a queer name you have. Miss Iiermonth. City lota for land t to Smiles out. business property. A. J. Cropsey, Five Points. lot $K7i. 800 acres Washington land. Booglespecgle!" he said after he had 00 acres in San Luis Valley, Colo asked her once or twice to pronounce it IOR SALB FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY for him. "Well," she responded, with P rUnd: good location and rent cheap; in- - radr. Severs ood farms in Kansas and Nejust the sweetest smile, "you know what qnlrelft'ftth t. braska. Mr. 8ALK-AND Smith." with do FAMILY HOR8K can that LARGE A name, you ' tOR Surrey. Address J., care ol Washington Star. COMMIRl'IAL. Mr. Dukane to & Co. Cumso (intnxlucing SALK- -A ON NOB HILl CHOICE one of New York's 400) Mr. Dukane, tjOR (460, worth A00; will sell for half cash, here is one of Pittsburg's 200. Murrav balance in one year. J. D. H., care of Coa- ! there are but 2X)of MKRf I, Hill (affably-- So us at Pittsburg, eh? Mr. Dukane- - Yets of boT will WE for eve reward the liver any pay Motor Line Table. Complaint, Dynpepsla,8ick Headache, lndifreittion.OoD-t- f the court only granted 200 liquor licenses Until further will between Weet'a run notice trains runnut cure we witft pat ion or Costi renew this year. New York Epoch. City Limits, and North Ogden as follows: Vegetable Lirer PtlU, when the directions are strictly compiled with They are purely Vegetable, and never 11 :15 A. M. 9:15. .. Leave 8:15, Limits.. moves 10:15, tail cow her a to time City Every Lanr boxes, 5:15. :15 P.M. fall to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated switch a fly she exerts a force of three Leave North Ogden.1:15, 82:15,3:15, f5 cents. Beware of counterfeit :35. :.t. 10 SB 11 :35a. m. containing; 90 Pills,The manufactured imitations. of and " a summer a only toff yeauine pounds. In the course .tifi, 2::e,3:35, 5:35 6:35r. u. Tiifi J(JHH C. WEST COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. Connecting with the ( ity Motor line. single cow wastes 5,000,000 pounds of Hold by A. H. U ALKK.K. Fare for trip 10 cents. energy. The cows of America throw F. W. LAFRENTZ, Sec'y. lruKlMt. Offdtn. I'tah. away power enough to move every jieee of machinery in the world. This is exclusive of kicking milkmaids off the stools. Detroit Free Press. S. J. d HIT it BUTCHERS. BROS, At, 7 Meat, Poultry and Fish NU oar-aelv- as TAXTKD-A(iEN- -- REAL ESTATE! Twenty-secon- d g r RENT-FURNI- SH RENT-FURNI- SH n 0 -- Brainard, Robinson ' $500 Reward . e, h Ma-Ben- s. h Rice-Hinz- a. CURES PROMPTLY STIFFNESS, STIFF NECK. violent rslas la Nack. One Price Clothing House 362 Primdihlp, Wis., June 14,1881 Mt wits haa t1o1d pains is ker nack. which wu vary sore tpd itlff. She was cured nUralr by SUJacebs OIL JAMBS 810 WE. St. Woodmansee Blk. Twenty-Fourt- h Ia Terrtbls Pain. Ansa M'f g. Co.. Chioapae, Man., June U, 18ts every bone was made From mitt and lore; In terrible caia. Iwa cured St. Jacoht OIL romptlY by J. O. BUCKLEY. Pa .artet. AT DavaanTi ahb Dialim. TNI OHMLIS a. VMILEI Oft. earners. M. a I Masaokb. PALACE OFTlEASURE. SURPRISE PARTY COMMENCING Monday, October 6tli First appearance of the Oiiinn1 Character Change Artist. DOLAN and MclNTYRE, The World Renowned IriBh Commedian, JOHN SHEEHAN. First appearance of the bewitching Miss JENNIE HEVWOOD- Tremendous success of MILES and KEATING, Retined Song and Dance Artists. HISS BERTHA WARING, the Sensational Dancer. First appearance of the greatest Black Face Team, CARROLL and THOMPSON. A great hit, MISS ADA ARMOUR- - Manor womanT Last meek of the YOUNG SISTERS, the dashing song and dance artists. Artistic and neat, MISS SUSIE WILDE, songs and dances. Queen. MISS MABEL RIVERS, Always welcome, MISS PEARL ARDINs. Who got the last Herring? FRANK DUFFY. Fiirnishinfr ism J. Ill lllUlllllg U mk VlUVUkJ XVUIUJ SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES. Goods Sold at CHICAGO PRICES! UTAH. OGDEN, Now is the Time to Prepare for the Coming Bad Weather which is sure to follow our Excep- tionally Hot Summer. Look to the Openings and sef they are all in Good Repair before hard weather sets in. WINDOW GLASS c FOR THE MILLION! First Production of Frank Thompson's Comedy Farce, entitled tlie DREAM. COUNTS the Entire re- - Hals Wlrwj All UTAH. FRANK MONKOE, Serio-comi- fit i nir THEATRE OGDKJT, A 11 Introducing Company. AN OPEN CHALLENGE Our Orchestra challenges any orchestra in Utah for from $1(XI to W0, contest to take place in Ogden. and Fifty Cents. Popular Prices, Twenty-Fir- e Seats in Boxes. Fifty Cents. ALIj orders promptly attended to BY OGDEN PAINT, OIL THE k - GLASS COMPANY.