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if OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, lf9D. GOODRICH & CO, 1 EXCLUSIVE mlNLICOilD SHOE DEALERS, Bs. Si Tty-rvt- $3 SI OES ! GOODRICH & CO.. S EXCLUSIVE I SHOE DEALERS. Wear, Style and Fit! S. SI (. Tlr-rarU- i aiiaMBcaigmiiatHHiiHnimffiitmiBmmg refereoos to it that Mr. Jantes H. oo eat to Ogdeo today, and should the ctty conned of Salt Lk fail to doaoeie-thin- g at ones it looks as if th word "ifft" would danoB uov tbe municipal boriioo. The welfare of the project is of too much tmportanc to allow its inoeptors tocripptsit with aVlajs.of Ia thisto rase the tints repreaenU a vault money railway and infinitely better days to the nerrhant of hatevt-- r city it may start from. I a such eitis as Kan- - City, Denver or Omaha the enterprise would J. B. Frkk'a Hearing-- . find no obstacle ia its pathway. Public Tha pfwlimiAary hearing of J. 11 Frk-- sentiment would not have tolerated it was called before Judge Iw W. Croa and unless ths local board of aldermen aftornoon at 4 o'cbjck. Mr. L. IS. grasp the situation at ones there is a possibility of ths prize departing forRogers appeared for tha peoplo and ever. Smith for tha defendant On uottoo of Mr. ligera the case waa Campobello's Operatic Concert. continued untd Friday afternoon at 2 will be given The o'clock, the defense taking an eioeption, a rare music loving public Sig-no- r treat evening. neit Tuesday waa than the that longer delay claiming ho is known all over a Caiupobelto, waa Mr. to unable Rogets neceaaary. try Europe and America, will be aibUl by the race today because be baa two catM Musi Grace Pinter, the charming prima t LhHtrii-in the Court from San Franci-tco- . lrogramms It waa held by the neople'a attorney donna in issue. Tina concert will take next Terthat the defendant had been in the at the New West Academy, Iliurs-day- , ritory under arrest but one day and the placeOctober :ath. delay was, therefor, not unjust The judge took the aame view and the Hotel Annouuceineut. case went over. Mra. Van Gildtr has leasod the liex General Belknap. Hotel and bought the furuituro. Locaand Twenty-thirSam Clark in Keokuk Gato City: It tion on tne corner of will run a first claas Lincoln avenue. She ia passing strange that yesterday while bonne. The rooms are all furnished nice the people of Keokuk were in suspense and neat, and those that aro looking for place can find it there. Has exporting the death of Justice Miller a homelikere:idv rooms all for rent now ana by the there should come from Washington first of November her diniug room will the sudden and unkmked for word that be open. Board by day or week. She (Sen. Belknap was dead. He, too, was will set the best table in ine city ior me an eminent citizen of Keokuk and of least money. Will bo open day and Iowa, but so much younger than Jus- night Mas. V an Gilokr. d tice Miller that no one could have that the end had come for him. Wanted. He came to Keokuk aa a young law-ye- a know that I am no to Everybody in the early '50. He was a favorite the Ogden City among the people here from the very longer connected withwill to the start Of gay and happy temrament, Steam Laundry, butthe 2Cthopen of October, full of good comradeship, strong and public, on or about on buoyant always, he waa admired and the Great Western Steam Laundry, loved by the people of this city as few Washington avenue, near Twenty-sixth- . J. W. Dalton, Telephone 25L men have been. He entered the Union army at the outset of the war and became one of the most eminent of Iowa's White Honse, Salt Lake City, war leaders. Corner of Main and Second South. He was a born soldier, for his father Most central location of any hotel in the waa a army officer and (ien. city. Opposite postoflice. Union ticket Belknap had a genius for leadership in and Pullman office in the hotel. Newly war. Of splendid presence, dauntless remodeled and furnished throughout courage, and fertile in the strength of a Table unsurpassed. Electric light, bells, ready commander he waa an ideal leader and all modern conveniences. Terms, 2 in battle and campaign. When the war per H. L. Haij, Proprietor. day. waa over he came back to Keokuk and was made collector of internal revenue Greatest Bargains Ever Offered. district. Iowa for the southern Fifty per cent discount from manuAfter the death of Gen. Rawlins, President Grant made him secre- facturers prices next ten days, with ele gant plush stool and handsome embroidtary of war. He continued in that place ered cover at that All at Chubbie until 18TG and there never was a better secretary of war than he. But it was his Arnold's music room, 24th St, near misfortune to come into the era of tho i speculation nnd suspicion following tho COMMERCIAL BINDERY. THE th from war period when to get away odium of their war course tho democratic leaders were trying to put repub The Most Complete Book Binding: licans in like odium by hounding them Establishment West of Denver. with traduction and malignant accusa ThrCommrkcial Publishing Company tion. now have in active operation the most Belknap went down before this de- extensive and couiplote book bindery in lirium and deviltry of political accusaare and all Utah, prepared tion. He stayed boldly at Washington orders for blank books of to execute any and every and endured' and suffered, and year by on short notice and at year he saw himself grow into publia description reoFonable prices. Books ruled in any esteem and wherever he went among the desired style, and bound in paper, soldiers they met him with an applause and half and warmth of welcome that they gave cloth, or full calf. Especial attento but few of their greatest leaders. Russian to bank and county tion will be Latterly he has growingly suffered work, and paid estimates promptly furmuch rheumatic with a form of pain nished. so like that which killed General Logan and periodicals Books, suddenly. We presume it determined to bound in magazines any style. Old books rebound the heart There are many grieving in on short notice. Keokuk today that the splendid presA special invitation to everyone to ence aud hearty greeting and lovable ad- visit our bindery and inspect work and dress that made him always so welcome prices. here are to be missed henceforth. far plaiatiiTs attorney, to which eicepU. California National Bank of Baa at all c ths betds srs bmvy . Dugo vs. W. K. Swan, et al, sale oa SMh. not issufd executioo stayed untd r Ths Even in Doorrt Kidoy 0)rda Military aAradamyforra.ooUwtioa y wtrrday. fiftJ Stepheoa, trial to jury, ub-Ors or two ifood press Continued on aturk. of arrearagoa job rooms. xrk ia Tu Commlm-uFridav, October tMlh, at 3 o'clock. A. Y. Mowary va Jamea Kuaooll, trial Tbs titvt of tbs top Moo archss clto a jury. Caaa diami d at plain tiff's Rmd Hotel block was sprun y CITY IX BRIEF. Ininb " kl Ua William Klaus lesJer hmm nmgn& b wxl ootid urtor pom-- of ths liberal band of Oitdm. Ths hearing of th petition of Mr. and of tf ra (wnrni H Cn for aa order for syor.t.on of Maud lteonia srt as sfasr 15th. The following Mnjrams remain at th Western Union T Hilffa Netlsoo, Jatue T. tiowey.Mrii. P.O. Fojr, Mary E. bourne. nuh offioe. Mr. M. M. Miller has purchased the Itillip Hrothera k tV, and doss it out He U1 U" "I etork of wUl the name place with a aame line of good. new lot tjf the appointed perJ. M. Andesrson manent administrator of the estate of J. Barbour, by Judr Cross yesterday. The petition of Mrs. Harbour for the appointment waa denied. The family of Mr. Simon Bayle dire it stated that the futhor provides for them amply, and the recent assertion that a collection waa taken for their benefit waa batted on error. Mr. W. B. LaVielle left a few dayi U aU-ltaico for Denver in responsa irram statin that bis wife waa very ill. Word waa received today that ahe m much better. I ta a girl. The blork on the north iide of w.t Twenty tifth street, now being built by Mr. Coleb I McKee, will be completed brick thia year. The walls as will be twenty four inches wide ao aa to allow two more stories to be added neit v one-stor- y Nelson McCarty, who has been tilling the position of city scavenger, feels very much aggrieved over hia dismissal from office, and ctaima that it ia very unjuxt Ue claims that hia awuser acted from motives of persoual boatility,rather than from disinterested motives. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Mr. C. II MoClure and Mn. MoClure returned to the city yesterday. Mr. and Mra. FI W. Perry, of Iowa, while on their way to y California stopped over in Ogdon to visit with the Iowa people. g . M. Brigham, of St. Louis, the Pond engineering company, is in the city on business connected with the new electric plant of the Ogder Hlectrio Light Company. J. Martin Miller of the New York Sun ia at present in the city on his way to the coast. Mr. Miliar thinks that he .represents the greatest paper in the world, and bus found no one here to dispute him. yes-tnrda- repre-aentin- UTAH VEGKTABLKS. A Couple of Specimens of the age Product. B-e- Aver- yea-terda- y sus-M)'te- life-lon- g Post-offic- three-quarte- was passing Kidgeloy reporter Brothers' Kansas Headquarters, near and Washington, yesterTwenty-thir- d day and noticed a beet and squash out-aidwhich he supposed, judging from an eastern standpoint, to be premium A e, tip-top- s. But he learned that vegetables and root of that size are a common thing here, and that the squash was taken from a patch where there were scores Dissolution Notice. like it Notice is hereby given that the part- The beet weighed 27 pounds and tho nnruhin hrntrfnre print in 17 between W. 14.1 Utah potatoes, produces quash G. Yerger and R. C. Smead is this day tomatoes, grain, bay, strawberries, all aorta of farm and garden stuff mutually dissolved. Ogden, October 20, 1890. stt a scale of quality and abundance such as the Valley of the Nile never knew in Greatest Bargains Ever Offered. tta beet days from rharaoh down. Fifty per cent discount from manu Fine Stationery. facturers prices next ten days, with eleThb Commercial begs to call the at- gant plush stool and handsome embroidtention of our citizens to their line of ered cover at that All at Chubbie Arnold's music room, 24th St, near Post- tine stationery, including the latent offica in oall cards, wedding goods, invitationejpapetries, tablets, HOW ZI0N DOES IT. etc We have bought the beat the market affords for our patrons in this and sur- Offden Used as a Scare Where Cap rounding cities. With a full line of new ital Has no Confidence. aad handsome type we can guarantee The Salt Lake City Council granted a perfect satisfaction. franchise, on Tuesday night, to the airy Do You Want to Get Rich? project known as the Deep Creek RailThen buy your pianos and organs of road. Chubbie Arnold, 24th street, near One means of working up steam for from Fifty per cent discount Cbick-arinscheme was an open assertion in thia manufacturer 'i price for t:n d vs. the papers down there, that Ogden had Sohmer, lleutz-Kio- e pianos, Mason offered 1100,000 for the terminus of the A Hamlin, Neuman A Ferrand and Voty alleged road. is Now time. your organs. Here is the way the Salt Lake Times put up the diaphanous yarn. Greatest Bargains Ever Offered. Now comes the plucky people of OgFifty oer cent discount from manu den with sleeves rolled back and goes facturero prices next ten days, with ele- the people of prosperous Provo one oet-te- r. In their proposition which is plain gant plush stool and handsome embroidered cover at that All at Chubbie and rugged the Ogdenitea say they will Arnold's music room, 24th St, near Post- present the company with a one hun' office. dred thousand dollar pocket piece, ample ground for depots and yards, a right of Patronize Home ludtiMtry. way as far as Utah's exhilarating air, Buy your Iron Fences, Wire Flower and in addition thereto will construct at St.inuu, Coal Screwia and Window their own cost and expense twenty miles Guards at the Ogden Wire and Iron of grado out of the city. The proposition is one of more than Works, 421 22nd street. ordinary munificence, and in the absence of all else is evidence of the important The District Court. a railroad into the mining camps of The district court, Judge Jumea A. part the Deep Creek country and beyond will followtransacted the Miner presiding, esert on tho upbuilding of the leading city of Utah. And this proposition f rom ing business yesterday: Union National bunk of Chicago vs. Ogden has come through such reliable, w n. k Co.. or !.. iudffmont for channels that already is it under serious jplaintiff with an attorney's fee of $100 consideration. It is in all probability in de-aig- post-offic- e. g, rs iuflueoces. If you have bea deceived and axs about giving up ia dWpair, before and doing so call on ths mad-B- M b cooiiaoed of her woodefui power. of Shows photo wifs' or husband, day and date of marriags, ii.tials of nrvt name. Correpondttos solicited through maiL Send two dollars, date of birth, kirk of hair and receive accurate life chart Four cents in stamps for circular of instructions. Oftios 37 Wert Sixth South street, pours 9 a. m: to 9 p. strict The Madam loeatMS addrouncu, heals w ith massage treatment and batury baths. STt a brfu puoa, : cue. 1 wmly-4xxtn- Tacatr-fimn- and 206 Twenty-fift- h : E. THIKLE, Physicians Surgeon, 1)K. cor. of aaj aad tAaoJa. fur toriuc Tweaty.lflh M.,0(a, Treats successfully, when all other remedies have 301 li hftJf IK I wmmi!.u laaurr KKT-EW- ol ma a. J btucl; ; aad cur. failed heretofore, by means of roua. iittie- our, 1 . New Discoveries, New Methods and New Remedies, lj- . WtV l)Pk'T. 1 arixul uw ia Taua Wurk ; eur. Twaljr-fourt- h Eye, Ear and lie for mi tie. aad Lioeula. . P. fcKSUKM t. Dr. T. J. Eaton, twenty live years' All diseases of the eye and ear practice. SACREDHEAKT ACADEMY. treated and operations performed. Croes eyes straightened without pain, artificial Ogden, I tah. Conducted by the SiMer eyes inserted, and braces for the cure of of tbe Holy I'roo-i- . deformities furnished. Can be seen at Is a and day school boarding Broom Hotel untd November 1st devoted to the education "of youug ladies and little girls. In addition to a Money to Loan. thorough practical English course and Money to lean on real estate on two to Latin, classes in tye five years' time; security must be un- - writing and short hand are couducUtd of C H. McClure, after the latest approved methods. Jueetionable. Inquire office. French and tterman are optional studiex. Besides the elements of which S. Peerv and insiecl are taught in 'all the drawing private Call, upon J. in rooms First National Bank building, in tho studio receive instruction which is thoroughly appointed w ith ele- pupils in crayon, pastel, painting in oil aud vators, steam heaters, water aud all the water colors, on China silk, satin and other modern convenience. velvet In the musical department lessons are Stockholders Meeting:. given in vocal music, and on piano, harp, The stockholders of the Fraternity guitar, organ, violin, mandolin and Publishing Company will meet at the zither. Special claiwea in art, inuic, office of Dalrytuple St Fisher, at 7:30 fancy work, etc., have been formed for ladies residing in the city. p. uin this evening. All the stockholders For further particulars apply to Sister are requested to be present By order Superior, Ogden, Utah. of the president 1L 1L Gkiokr, Sec. m i. a Htria. I'arairis. ataHr. tt-- Titna Daoxts. Nruraijcia. Iviatira. Hradarkoaf ao kind, all Jural fauw. JiurftutM lUhiu Akultej Habit. Keroxu IkHlity loiMim, All IhMwn f th riUiuti. haiutM: and fcimiiaa-tu-- f tha Hxart, Lunuh. Ijvrr. Kidin ) anil Miuidt. Pil, Skia AffHrtMKi of tlm Stomach aai If1'Ma. (iuut; AHmIhiuk lim-m- AtltrtHMiK-tlxH.fl: Ui Wimwo, all lriTat (hnt.)ww aad mmmi - f book-keepin- Minn Dot Birttiuad t'rea-lia- r km Cancer Cured Without the Use of the Knife. Tapeworm Removed Within Two Hours. Unprecedented success in the treatment of the Diseases of Women and Children and all Acute Inflammatory or Febrile Affec- cla, tions. , The World Enriched. Surgical Operations PerThe facia ties of the presect day for the formed with the production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort Utmost Skill. OQUEN, TTTAII. of mankind are almost ttnlimited and FB4NK MONBOK, Manaoeb. when Syrup of Figs was first produced CONSULTATION tbe world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the only Honrs, sK to 10:00a. m., 1 .00 to I tt and 10 S EKK COMMKNCUiO to 1 M p. m. remedy which is truly pleasing and re1 ) IV I DKND. freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently iu Fred. J. Kiesc! & of the norplty wnnifrra, the Flrt the Spring time or, ia fact, at any time arvat ZOVAKKAS, iu thf irrwitwt club nwinrinc (Incorporated.) nnd the better it is known the more pop-al- and elnbo rolling act bpt'or the public, per- Wholesale Dealers in Oroceriea, Liquors, Toforming the wonderful feat of awinging and bacco and Cigars. it becomes. juKsling Indian clubs while two high on the BKIGIITLIGIITS. Monday, October 20th THIRD anpr-nrnnr- ar Ogden, Utah, Oct. IS, 1890. globe. Moat Artistic Globe Rolling Act A quarterly dividend of ' ia existence. per cmt been has declared on the capital stock of ' First appeornnce In Ogrtt-- of the charming this Novenibor corporation, 5th, payable ong and dance artiht, MISS DOLI.1E 1X90, to all stockholders of record Oct. the queen e( the vaudeville stage. Si. personally npon presentation of their First Hp nea r nee of the specialty stars. stock certificates or upon their irrittea . TWIN KKOTHKKS. Strongest and best order. on ho American act I taking stage. THKO. SCHINSEMIAOH, Semtsry. ering, Sohmer, Rentz-Kie- e pianos. Mason First appearance this season of the versatile k Hamlin, Neuman k Fearand and Voty character artist and comedian. WALDO WHIP-I'Lthe fimued and artistic executor of organs. Now is your time. black fare songs and dances, and the Adams Kicsel Salt fo. world's greatest Buck and wing dancer. A Becoming Critical. Works : SYRACUSE. perfect ovation nightly greets' ED. DOI.AN Office : OODEN. SADIE MclNl YKE. duncers and singers Ogden City, Utah, Oct. 15, 1.190. St. Petersburg, Oct 22. The condi- and the very best. A quarterly dividend of 2 per cent bat tion of the Grand Duke Nicholas, undo Last week of the favorite, MISS ABA been declared on the capital stock of this paynlile November 5th, 10, corporation, u of the czar, who was seized with a sudto all stK?k holders of record Oct. istb. Last week of the plnaMng Hong and Dance den mania during the recent army upon lersonally presentation of their Artist, MISS SUSIE WILDE. stock ceitificutes or npon written order. has become critical. MISS MAUD CLAYTON, the favorite serioH. A. L1XDLKT, Secrslary. comic. MISS PEARL ARDIN'E, America's favorite The Humane Society. Notice dancer. Tho Narhvixjjs, Tenn., Oct. 22. Is hereby given that bids will be received AN OPEN CHALLENGE Will Chal- at Fred. .1. Kiesc) A Co.'s oflico for tho in American Humane society began its lenire nnv nrfliewtrA in Ptnh ttr fp.im tearing down and the material of the meeting here today. The annual report j to WOO, contest to take place iu Ogden, buildings now standing on tho ground shows good progress. where tho proposed avenue intersects Soto the evening's performance begins at S :1A Twenty-fourtstreet. sharp. Separate bids will be received for the The Matter Too Racy. e Twenty-Fivwork and and materials. Work to beirin No Popular Prices, Fifty Cent. Seats iu toxee. Fifty Cents. vember 1st, Feed. J. Kienel, Omaha, Neb., Oct 22, Mr. and Mrr. Want to Get Rich? Then buy your pianos and organs of Chubbie Arnold, 24th street, near Fifty per cent discount from manufacturer's price for ten days. Chick Do You MEK-TO- jKwt-oflic- e. L SECOND DIVIDEND. i man-euvre- C1 h Lester Davis were arrested today on a warrant issued from the federal court, EPUTNAM: charging them with sending obscene matter through the mails to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hay, of VV aterloo, la. Mrs. Davis, it is understood, was a newspaper writer in California under the non do plume of Sophie Search. One Price Clothing House o :02 Twenty-Fourt- PROMPTLY CURED BY Street h Clothing, Hats, Caps, UtTwond, Ivans.. Auk. 10., 1S88. two yean with pain In my side; doctors tailed to help me; 8U Jacobs Oil cured nie; no return of pain. P. I.KUM0N, P. at. I tntTcred Drozdowitz Bros. Hot Springs. You can go to the Hot Springs by taking the motor at the Broom Hotel corner, at 9:20, 10:20 a, m., 12:20, 1:30, 2:40, 5, 6:10 and 7:20 p. mn and get book to town the same way every hour. F. W. LaFrkhtz, Secretary. h - VTIK KKT- f I kaarwst. AiW ruuai A, Taaacc blur lwatr-rtir- t aW Luwula d, On diamonds, watches and jewelry, etc., 204 Munuc J1 Ua- rU wiuUApf i ruaa i, BSKM l:T-- FiajuI'vmxabM. Taaucr Hue. Cue. a4 I well-broke- Money to Loan STORAGE. mrrhmii U lEAOE-J- ar STOK-WiK-M- For Sale. n Pair of horses; steady roadsters; harness and light wagon, nearly new. Inquire 158 Twenty-secon- d street 7 FOR SMnwC k 8 1 St. WoodmaiiHet failing 131k. Goods, Boots, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES. . INCREASED ELECTRIC LIGHT. The Ogden City Electric Light Company's New Plant. Thorough work on the buildings of the Ogden City Electric Light company is being done and the company will soon be prepared to supply increased and more regular illuminating power. The new building for tbe dynamos will be 82x100 feet in size. Especial care was taken in selecting the best dynamos, engines, boilers and other machinery, and in a short time the new plant will be in shape to supplement and increase the Ogden canon plant The circuits of both plants will be connected and odd to the power of all lights. Arrival Extraordinary. Carlisle, Pa., February 11, 1SR&. was hart la tbe leA hip sad tried ev-Sr-al physicians without obtaining relief. Lest of Hi. Jacobs Oil cured ine. Ibaa S hmlf-boU-l I All JOUNU.sHSAFKR. Goods Sold at CHICAGO PRICES! OGDEN, Real Estate! UTAH. We are Jobbers in our line, not manufacturers, and do not make to. order, but carry a BARGAINS. 95xtS0, between Grant and Lincoln on 24th. fJ0 front ' foot. Stock of 30x132 en 84th betwoen Grant and Lincoln. $350 front foot. 25x13! opposite postoffice. ; $500 front foot. 50x132 opiosit Utah Loan It Trust Co.'s building ; ftttO front foot. 145x132 cor. 26th and Washington ; $500 front foot. 1 98x264 cor. 26th 99x132 cor. 27th foot. and Washington ; bargain. and Washington; $225 front 83x103 cor. 27th and Washington ; $20,000. 64x141 cor. 24th and Jackson ; $3,000, 99x132 cor. 24th and Jackson ; $4,000. 54x132 on Jefferson, between 25th and 26th ; $5,400. 66x132 on Jefferson, between 23th aid 26tb; $7,000. 18xS rods cor. 23d and Jackson ; $325 per rod. Just arrived from San Francisco the world renowned and highly gifted dead trance clairvoyant Mrs. Dr. Winters, who while entranced will reveal every hidden mystery in life or death, has long been SO acres south of city ; $400 per acre. pronounced the greatest mystery of the 200 acres south of city ; $300 per acre. present age. The niadame is often conSH acres south of city ; $10,500 for all. trolled by the sainted masters of Mormon history and they bring words of if you want to buy or sell come and see me. cheer to their people of Utah and Salt at the door, and 1 take Lake. She reunitetthe separated, tells My bnggy is always grout piuasure in showing strangers around the you where you will succeed in business, city. when and who you will marry, settles all family troubles, has love potions and 2406 Washington Ato. sacred Hindoo charms to drive away evil L. II. MITCHELL, i j I And can Fill your orders at a moment's notice. Our Prices are Rock Bottom. We will Save you Money on these Goods. Our Prices are Lower than Eastern prices, freight added. Favor us with your Inquiries. OGDEN PAINT, OIL & GLASS COMPANY.