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lto. DAlLi COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY, OCfOIiEU 31. m feat lt tha u tcli tja nwJ I fM tatf qat.i-At.J fnai TtA ytu j Ifce j rcpenaa'Cian.M'. la ui-rt- i fccia . A lctM; U.t iti wius lit U uxatA J i.'filj 1"' ; jf - y i : u tiir i til rrj tu--t '.t ' 'J s -- coltl f J ; f. r- MX f fragrant aitet it leeame a law Dabyshe)'. hut It en in receipt daily of letters 1 oa crrous anxious ta enter into the coisjnitioa. allowing a iOuce the bill diirs. in th subject. As widtpred it waa Loped to change the five rent iiicliel piece mil K t rid cf the buzzard dollar as ;ukkly as iractiKille, tbe delay will be received w'Ul universal PhiUdelpLia Intiuirer. intc-rer- t 1 aorta asswa Irrf ura, ed. ttraolM oa Astert. u iu autuaus arod. Tfcecrirtrs and tla tiiydid flp low Utxtr :aJ n(ule t me, IfaM-- b airs fib wa.ni tae Iravr arua Im To-gr- Irziktiz Tka Irl.H Bark Ceati. The trouble about the Irish rent question is that the Irish peopla generally t contract as baring no mora! obligation. The trath has been handed down from generation to generation that tl:eir ancestors were wrongfully di.;K'!ised of liieir Linds, aud that tho tiiie of the bro laiidlordi, while? legally enough, is in its List aualysis 1 ased cpon robbery. The considired not bo much rent is burdea as a patriotic griev-anr- -. a -- ..ayed around liia beart uf Joac; So wu:mr strait ttrnak oa Um fcoart, tonaelLa- - a,,-- a jnart depart. JL cons-ider- ury of I He year ttt-l- . UH iMU-rtxr- J oa lit ar Vtt sounds a At la Ui time of oji'mn' ruse. Tj IJ-- y el I bfafuraMassveeiJy JU comes taeautunia Itait FairU.on ao t:i. assa' la lUrver a Hilar. A (shulKUB Toll Cat. rt-c- a e A feol J highwayman appear to hat tnA-n- n toil gato in the wtablifibed PifMtoue paa. about twtlvo mihi south With our fort father it was not the 4 Cut to, Mont, and is demanding Lis of the tea. Lot the principle of the price cuacks that cf with a tafla regularity that k-- to the revolutiou, and tea tas, ate pood old days. as the Irishman looks at like in manner, Aboot ft mouth rince a slender, soft rent is not so much a financial as the it, of rained yoong man. wearing piece question, though when th venlla for a ui&d:. commenced aslcinj a political fail payment of the rent is an ior contributions from feoplo juwsius crops To the extent of considering Ifaia point, and all were uiado tributary, a it question the English govpolitical ant even the wood haulers being exempt, ernment agrees with him, and hence the and be made up in uuuibcra what wai recent arrests. If minds and pence lacking in individuid amounts. Tliu oialy were involved it would have left was kept up for a few days, then the the landlord to take caro of himself. Prpeatone waa deserted, and the Chain-jio- n New York World. stage was brought tinder the THE KDRTnVTEST daUaucf rura. At Vua uupit u wf JM tiwea ywtar Tfcafi wVea yoa'i la at'eu mIM aa4 - ae i rilid e Fava-it- , taatoaa, Cnrkn iu IKT.; hii Taboc.Ta It PCRTU5P aoe. Lb iotuu!c, aj 'j by y lli;hL tit utisc sitsa, r;n:r ii :ek i okls. for Break blBauKs, uulr' fat-t- . Mt, lY.rnkn time the qu.tion of uuiiir a Wevkly DAILY COMULIX'IAL ha Uta cunbidt rod Shasta, for dlrner. j (X;iEX irKa. i for euiier. i e A Clock Too Nerd Never XVInil. T. O. Farrar, of Columbus, 0., has a tod one of tho most peculiar clock i f the Nineteenth century. It conmsti tti a plate glaro dial suspended from the ceiling, and all the pnrta of it that art citable are the two hands, the pivot upoy wttich they swing and tho dial ; Mr, Tarrar workeil on the invention for six Tears beforo he succeeded ti porfectinj; He alleges that the - only motive it. -of the earth, ywPl ia the "gratation astd that tho clock will run on forever without winding. The hands are of tin and are hollow, jbl4 perfectly balanced on the pivot Mr. Farrar says that they are moved by s tbe gravitation of the earth, and it tho spectator to account for tho jowcr that raises them after they reach 4:30. All kinds of theories are iifluat to awcount for this. Dut Mr. Farrar keeps tiis) aecret lie insists thnt electricity is not the motive power. New York Jonr- - RI0N GENERAL SCOPE. Grande K'o CR. PIERCE'S PELLETS lAiatlve, or Cat hurt w, aorordins- to of doaa. Uy drutripMa. ti cenu a vial. Wester nJ it A s RAILWAY ia the intention of tho management to make it in all First-Clas- Weekly Newspaper. . In ita Feveral departments it a ill be full and It ia hojjed that both the quality and quantit v of reading matter will le euch as to niatta it a visitor to tl.ou;uidx cf houua iu Ltuh and adjoinioi; Ktatea aud territoriej. coirrr-heriBivo- GUAGE. STANDARD K- - Atuoiitf Complete ever carried, Lowest Prices. 100 Pairs Maleomb Grey, 10-- at $1.15 we e per pair Coarbman William' l.nrk. .S5 per pair 100 Tairs Mohark Grey, 104, at Coachman John Williams, who guards S3 R.6J per pair at Canada Orey, rir horseflesh E. C. the of Howe, of Bristol, home made, Western Reset-re- , is in luck. Ho has jitst returned from a 30 Pairs White all wool, 601:3 inches, at $5.00 per puir. to where his uncle died California, trip 10 Pairs Santa Fa Snperior, all wool, assorted at colors, per pair. recently, leaving a large estate. The inat terest on $7,500,000 was bequeathed to Ftwno Rohe or Wrapper Blankets, .50 per pair. fl John aud his brother William, who lives $1.00 per Woolen MU1 Blankets, at Blackburn, N. Y. The wealthy de Marystrille 9.00 and $11 JO. Also, lYareluig tiair. Kobos and Klankets. cedent, Theodore Luderick, immigrated to America from Metz, Germany, iu 1849, during tho gold excitement in California, and ho went to that state with oidy enough money to pay his fare. lie got into the mining business and pros- pored. In 1870 he was worth $10,000,000. but during the panio in 1877 he lost Washington Ave. heavily. Before his death he left several millions to charitabb institutions in his country. Philadelphia Record. Oeneral Manager. nn. Pass'i .Aft. its icial feature miy bo mentioned the followicff : Its Agricultural Department Will lie full of valuable information on subjects of epecial interest to fr.rmor?, r of the inter mountain valleys. ranehers and fruit-growe- THE STOCK DEPARTMENT Will 1)0 full of interest to breeder of and dealers in Horsea. Cattle, Rheop, lion and other stock. In eonueetion with thus department tho latest btock tnarketa will be given. THE MINING DEPARTMENT Will bo a thorough resume of the most valuable new relntinp to tho discovery, development, sale and general featured of the great and growing mining interest of this mineral belt. The market sales of mining stock will bo reported in thin department. ITS TELEGRAPHIC COLUMNS ct Will contain the latest forciKU and home news up to the timg.st ft ricr to preM. ITS HOME DEPARTMENT Will bo a constant source of plensuro for wive, mothers and children. Anions the features of this department will be recipes for cookinjj, articles relating to dressmaking, home adornment, flowers, music, charades, puzzles, and, in short, the delightful miscellany that is so attractive to the ladies and the young people. 10-- CORRESPONDENCE COLUMNS. Its correspondence columns will contnin the news of surrounding towns, reix)rtod by oorresixwdents. Space will also bo given to the public lo express itself upon general topics in this department. 10-- 11-- 4. 10-- 4, A Italtleniake'a Skin for a Holt. Capt Wright, the raisin superintendent for Logan & Adams, had a close call the other day. He v as running a Stand basket along under tho vines, and throwing Mnscats in it as he picked them. Suddenly he heard a click or snapping sound, as though some part of the basket had broken. Lifting it up 3e waa surprised to find nn ugly, wriggling rattlesnake follow. It had struck Capt. Wright's hand and buried its fans ia the wicker handle of tho basket nn ouch from the captain's forefinger. No time was lost in killing the deadly reptile, and its skin is now being fashioned in a belt for a Phoenix journalist's sweetheart Phoouis (Cat) Herald. S. J.II1T i 7 Courted Nine GlrU at 80LID VESTIBULE TRAINS Denver, Once. TIIE St. Louis, compriflo Kansas City. Will ain country. paragraph condensations of the general news of the Rocky MountIt is expected that this department will be highly interesting to readers generally, as it will contain a great number of pithy items. St. Joseph, FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS CM ALL TRAINS. Our Famous Dining Cars Attacrbd to tu Tkbocoh TaalHS. For rorther mtormatton eoncernlng Una, apply to any Ticket Agent, or address W. E. DOYLE e s is to be accounted for in tho fact the vest openings are so much larger that than nsed to be tho case, and the neckwear is ec much mor- - voluminous that there is really no necessity for the display. In Bloomfield, N. J., a few days ago was buried Adam Metz. a well known citizen. In accordance with his dying wish his funeral procession was headed lr a brass band, and fourteen societies m) atauit oaAhu&dredao3ofcasfcUo?;?3 Sarcantlo College iloyn. Tho sophomores, much to the chagria of the freshmen, have succeeded in paint- ing npou the town water tower "94" in bright green colors. The tower is 120 feet high and the space painted measured 20 feet by 8. Princeton Letter. The Roumanian government has offered prizes to the architects of all nations for (ho best plans for its new assembly The first prize and senate charalers. for each building is fS.OOO; tK cecond, tU J- - tout. Sixty acres in section 10, overlooking tho $ 100 00 city, per aero SSxXa foot on Twenty-fourt- h street, between Lincoln and Weil avenue, per foot., 2T6 00 Raisers, No effort will bo spared to make its EDITORIAL COLUMNS Deserving the favorable consideration of an intelligent and critical public. ITS TONE Farmarly of Denver. Will be fearless on every subject, but courteous to everybody. A new and complete moving outfit. Houses, brick or frame, moved any desired distance or raised any elevation. Its columns will bo CLEAN, so that it will bo a welcome visitor Office with F. 0. Chamh, 24111 Washington OGDEN. UTAH. refined homes. Avenue, H. M. BOND & 353 Twenty-fourt- h to the most CO., m k (fatal Weekly St., Ogden. WILL BE, IN EVERYWAY, Orders Solicited and Prompt Attention and Delivery. Stock of (Mods Always Fresh and Prices Low for Good Goods. S. M. PRESIIAW, UNDERTAKER If you will call on us wo will show and vince you thoro is money in buying now. Coftins. REED k BURGITT. contain original items and selected extracts embodying the amusing, humorous and witty. This department has been decided upon only after long reflection, as the doctors are much opposed to it on the ground that it hurts their business. WTill THOROUGH AND PRACTICAL Lots on tho Bench. 50x130 feet, o-eipht blocks from Washington are. for each.. 300 00 10x9 rods, between Jackson and VanBurcn avenues, on tho street car lino, a snap, . .1500 00 and Jack- Two sere lots on Twenty-eight- h TOO 00 sun Two sere lots on Thirtieth and Quincy. ..3200 00 con- The Laff and Grow Phat Department & CO., Real'&tate! GEOCEEIES Produce and Fruits, -- THE UTAH DEPARTMENT Will include an extensive assortment of news relating to Utah, not included in other departments. It is intended to make this department a comprehensive view of the development of the many and varied interests of this growing commonwealth. this GEO. W. VAXO-tEIiY- , House Movers NEWS COLUMNS INTER-MOUNTAI- N .Lincoln, -- V COMMENT COLUMNS. The current comment columns will contain brief extract from the leading papers of the nation upon topics of the day, with THE COMMERCIAL'S accompanying comments, criticisms or commendations. Omaha. , A t Lowell CURRENT Chicago, BROS. William Anderson, who was urrosted on suspicion of larceny, is quite a character. In his possession vu ' found a memorandum book, recording tho fact that he was courting nine girls. For convenience sake he had them numbered Seer Slaughtered by a Locomotive. from ono to nine inclusive, and when he The Eastern Minnesota railway's bad occasion to refer to them in the limited train left Mansfield north bound memorandum it was by number. minutes lata Five miles twenty-seven One entry is the fact that No. 1 became this aide of the station, while the train aware that he w:is escorting No. 0 to was running nearly sixty wiles an hour, places of amusement. His description an immense herd of deer dashed across of No. 7 would make her tear her hair if the track at the entrance of a cut It she read it While traveling Anderson was too late to stop, and the train struck recorded that he had letters from-- eight into the herd, killing a great number. of the girls in one day. Anderson claims The train passed through the herd, a residence in Portland, Me., and was at throwing them right and left, but did one time a polo player. Cor. Boston not stop. When the train arrived here Globe. . a magnificent specimen buck deer was A llright I'rnspeet. found dead on top of the engine pilot Bo sure and make those Customer Tbe engineer estimates the herd at over clothes large. I expect to put on ten or 100. Duluth Cor. St. Paul Globe. fifteen pounds shortly. Tailor Yes, sir. Taking course of Turtlei. Raiting A Dextr youth has recent been en- treatmeut? Customer No. Pve just got back gaged in a novel enterprise. By lxk or from NOW 18 THE TIME TO 1JCY my vacation. Clothier and Furcrook he captured a pair of dignilied nisher. rand tartles and confined them in an old tab. One morning when he went to exA Good Start. amine his treasures he discovered tha The snow shovel factories of New Engthe turtlette had indnstriously laid a land will start the season with 650,000 nke batch of eggs. The boy kindly re- snow shovels left over from last year, Experirnoe of tho past three years ha taoght membered his friends with ovate and the middle states and the west stand us that all property bouirht well at Uiis season 50 of the occasion, and contemplate ready to furnish a tramp for every of the year will bring at least per cent, profit an extensive system of hatching, as far shovel. Let old Boreas get up and howL daring the following winter. We offer for sale the following choice property as the remainder of the litter is concern-ud- . Detroit Free Press. at these low prices : Dexter Gazette, The slight market for fancy In it general ref;ocU BLANKETS puz-ale- waist-coat- for the et.terprix'. Tho field Latin. Uxn caivfullv eiaminl ar.dfeur.tl of a lirft-t-W- s to coainieue it has lxn Wetkly. It aiil ua or about Novi-uibeiiih, and the folio irg Lrnf fynot tiisof its projosod P!ar cuu tenia u HtiLaoitttJ : r h -- TIIE ith in connect ka by the uiataK'eiiK'nt. dtx-iile- . SALT LAKE CITY do-sta- Oea will bo, in rtll respects, worthy of general .support and public patronage. fbc Grand Cauaa el the rpper BarraaenM. Ida beautiltil M(mIm F. . ai.e Ml ebaaia ard tbe raenii-n- t Meeryof Transcontinental t tllP Offce of The Gey The Only Line this modern Claudo Duval has returned fivo new victims The are been added to the lit ftiionnta taken in e;w.h instanco have hepa amall, but the frequency of tho has made it burdensome, and the people living in that flection are organizing to endeavor to discourage his efforts in that lino. Cor. Minneapolis Tribune. to Pipeatone, and that Tcm,! frnni DAILY COMMKKCiAL. Didn't Want Pfiii-lnii- . John Parkhill, of Portland, who has made Iiimholf fainons r.s being the only man in tho United States who did not want a pension, passed through Astoria Passing Directly Throngb ' on his way to San Francisco to tho volunteer firemen's reunion. Mr. Parkhill, who is over 00 years of ago, served CURRENT TIME TABLE, through the Seminole war in Florida in In effect August 24. jeso. 1638, and also in the Mexican war. 'FACTORY THE fronOGDEN TRUNK Ho was one of tho handful of EAST BOUKJ TKAINB. host line of lYnnka and Valipea in Mall for fait LaieCiiv, tiersmen who raised a company to fight Carriiw the at Manufncturera' Trice. All kimUof No. 2. FastLeavtl tlierity e, Pueblo, iJenter Frovo, ua brforo t'tirrhaa-in- u the Mexicans before the United States doue. (Jail and F.skt ds ly sra sou all t omi cluewhero. KUNK ft Ol'1'.MAS, took the matter in hand, and afterward No. , KU'" l o Salt Lake City dally, ll OOa.z: Kt. No. 270 Twrnty-llttNo. rha tLato 4, served all through the war. He refused City, rrovj, Fueblo, Denver, aud 8 D to enter the War of the Rebellion be:0 ta all point JCast da Iv muse he thought it waa too much like BOUND TBAIN8. WS8T ! Gghting brothers. No. 5, KH From Bait Lake City, daily, 6:10 p. m For years pension ngeuts have made .to 1, raclAe kmprens From lienver, Fueblo. a..) all point Kast, dally.. 1046 am tifo a burden to him in their endeavors No. , Fast Mall From Denver. Fa- to secure a pension for him. Do fought eb'.o, and al poiuta East, daily :4flpm Dir-connectiou mad la Uulou Dtpol with them manfully for a long time, as he line- -. all tnrough Rtock said he was able to, make his living. !Most Trains Nos.;& and are run to sccommo-dat- e aud slt Lake passengers. "and In Ovden have Finally the papers lame and with them trains run betweeu effect Ju'-- 10, his back pension, and it has been comtho Blugham Junction and Alio, a follows: Leave Blunham J'.mction at li; arrive at ing ever since, actually forced on him Alia at 9.16 a. m. Let's Alia at 1.60; arrive at against his wilL Astoria (Ore.) ColumBlugham Junction at S.M p. m. bian. . H. BENNETT, a a DODGK, this city that K tfl ! 8ETV.TEN SAS FRANCISCO AKD tj eixv-ta- i ONLY 36 HOURS Ir. Fi.W coo anil fritb the rratoraUoa of rud ttuit which, cotubioed withvuutt-makes and bead of bntrt, qualities iur-- t of lovelinrcs. ' FaroriUi Prnwription " i theonlT drwiritfu. under for women. anU (aaurantee) (rotu tle ntnuw poaitl in IHunTt, that it will r' aainliirtKii every twse, w mnney will be retuniled. It la a rotor painful lor unnatural aupfn-tonlatiaua. or faliinur of tho womb, wink - down aotevemou. retroentioii. bearinir aeoaaliocK. chronic conireatioa. Uiflanini-t'- n and ulceration of tae womb. ASSO- WOHI.U O DlBPKSliAKT Mr.l'lC4t, . CLiTloa, Mauufauturera, buCaiu, u&i;ur ' d . 6E.1. toM-rcSi- e Tb fj!f Trees. crs aud Ml. eua'jL ay -- ajUK-ted- THE NEW PAPER , far fair Hearts fiter rsre evate set aaa pleasure nev-- r clvvs. BfArrirrL e:i uvsztl-- il cakxxui I'ant-- 4nte4 vtt 1 li;.tnrraUfor.L-ll.n.- e.f lad pf the Padre Jaaiprr wraag.j am : i a--- ti-VI- art; ikatm1'ta tu cam 14 end I did -so because (he lunkH to haed-atxaoa tintJctura ot bnUth. Wtmt U tit arerK -- Well," oa Ureeo. iaue Iw. rvree I vi U n il you: abe rorite fixmption. 1 atxe jour pou-g- f. Good nigbt." r7rTs An untieaf.tiy woman ia ran-tT- to "oh beauutui. Ttte peeuUar diar , o aianjr of the at are aubjn-t- are proliae cause of pale, aallow fama. dull luairekaa ev . and emai'ialrd luraa. Womeo ao can bo permanpiillv euivd hf i liwe-hLL I i tt-- fclala. fUert, fan SMa.- - a.a tbe toTciy eaey ( tia bcaanfal tef to ri. ell oJ Uu.dra taiM tar-au- e4-rar- iiwi by t rtri au Fmoa UaJwfthr rir.lheOUTeaiia e. JIASt KISSED AHOTBEB Vafcl raawt." h'aur yJV 1 dc! is at C inlluenco. TodayTrwl comes to My ffliM Hip (kilfii P. USK. 1 ro-- s J nt.fcare aealy mti UK UUi Ltalis iti el . (Ijj I JLike scans lit jewel ar3 rwi. .taxi Euperin-teudet- L'D C. a g. driftax out UrVn IM aad us int. ami, pfaltluimv bolT of dout. ferjf f rfceer Vtui-- P0RTU.ND d t aJ ruota Uw liu Ua auiuosa OF- ul trt-isur- -- Scenic Route j is-- i f y ! lite v int. e.Efyi2;2 the disaijMiitii.s i Jeiaruneiit ariI itUllijwK tUt tl VaLinstua woulj m4 Uks aay action tu&mt-- r in regard to fnuviJ-it- j ti.t:l trw drsisn f jT coins. nndr tiie otill Dirf-trweti'.Jy rasa-- J iy Leech cs;laiks t!ii.t Le ia so busJyea-rTagia the i rr jtra'.iou tf tle repurt of his rUiieiii uii tbe fcrc-!arli t!.e time will be so Uiuch oxx;i-i aot'je tuontus that tho uartrr of chiiUgisg Vm laolt-I- acJ di-t- : lus of c jira cannot be taken up liitil hiti la tbe rA:m- - PROSPECTUS GKAND j erf U.-atM- : nr-- at RAILROADS. tLa frcwa WaBiuutoa com- Otci'icati'ia from E. O. !- - a. Erector tiT am ' of eiist, receive! liaay m iHuts t la m ci Sc;rirt?fid?t tbysLtll. uus i5ii aaj cs? Cmh far tk rraamt- - K Earty AataaBSV And Funeral Director Hetallie Casketa and Wood Csakets and 8 teeial Attention pnirl to Kmbelming and Prep iring Bodies for Shipment. Orders by teletrr ih promptly attended to. I have the only Hearse in the city. Telephone No. lli. flrxt-clae- a A FIRST-CLAS- S NEWSPAPER ! SUBSCRIBE FOR IT! Subbrib? for It! Only 82.00 a Year in Ativancf.?! To advertisers, it will prove a splendid medium. Address all Communications to OuDEN WEEKLY COMMERCIAL, OGDEN TJTAIL.