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OGDEX DAILV COMMtECIAL: M'NDAY. I'KliUlAnV a K CO X JS I s I J 3 O o We have them in all Grades and at Prices to beat the GOODRICH & m CITY IN I5HIEF. THE DIMEICT COCKT. par) KJ Kaufman, the w!l knovo of IJleinin Bros, Cheyenne, in from the west yeaterday. A marriage license was tanned veaier-Ls- y to Harry It. Hill, of Salt Lake City, aatd Miub Janett A. Mcl'hereon.of 0,'deu. Nets OImoh, Swede bbout Xi years f age, died at bis room in a Twenty-ftft- h street lodging bout yesterday from inflammation of the kidneys. lie has bo known relations and the body ia in atarge of the coroner. The little daughter, seed one and one-hal- f yeora, of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Moody, atinistpr of the Dflptitt church ia thin city, died last evening nt 8 of catarrhal fewer. The funeral will be held in the church at 1:30 p. m. today. Spring ia coining. Soon will the street supervisor be wanted iu ninety-nin- e place at once, the angle worm will peep .from under the sod and the dulcet ?otoe of the sanitary inspector will be ateard exclaiming: "Cle m up your prem- i -- Theroal eetate trarefera iattt week ware 137,255, the lowest they have been Jor months. For the previous week they were 951,549, and for January they ran at the rate of over H30,0U0 per week. The transfers averaged over 114(1,000 for very week of 18U0. The man who left a enrcass unbuned at the sand mound a day or two ago would do well to make his pence with tbe sanitary iuapector and comply with the law. Two smart boys ure uftcr tho S5 standing reward. A word to the wiw Ttio practice niuat 1m m sutliciont. topped. DuWitt U. Young, tha new clerk &t the Union lVnitin hotel, recently came here from Sioux City, Iowa, where be was for two years ia a similar employ with tho principal caravansary of the Iowa city the Hotel (Jarrotxon. Mr. loung has a!ao had long experience in lending hotels in the far enot and is one of the most popular and etllciont hotel men in the country. The epicure will find the menu At the .Pacitio today nil that his sensitive palate could desire. The Union Pncitio take pardonable pride in their nple department and the handsome Ogden houso with its spacious diuing room and excellent service, under the careful management of mine host Locke, is rapidly gaining recognition as one of the leading hotels throughout the entire west. A specialty is made of the Sunday dinner from VI to 2, and the tables are tilled by large numbers of townspeople, who with their families take advantage of the day to enjoy the delicacies of the season in a kingly feast. Theatrical Note. Genevieve Ward has sold the American rights to "Lant Love," by George Ohnet, to a New York firm, who will try o persuade Fanny Davenport t J play it. Edmund Gerson has secured the American rights of the play called "Daughters of London," which has been Attensively performed through Great .Britain. Thermidor," Sardou's now play, recently brought out at the Theatre Fran-eaiParis, and which was suppressed hr the government after its second performance, will be produced in this country by Chas. Frohman. One of Professor Hermann's latest tricks is to make the orchestra leaders violin, smash it up, shoot the fragments mt 'of a mortar and stick it against the ceiling. A pistol shot detaches it from its place and causes it to fall. The is then restored to its owner in good condition. Chas. H. Hoyt says: "lam more than nrer convinced, as I become familiar with the public taste, that a man is not a good Neverjudge of bis own productions." theless, no one can doubt that Mr. Hoyt baa been a good judge of his own productions, and has hit the publio taste more fully than any other writer of farce comedy. The mother of Maude Branscomhe has died in England. Miss Branscombe just mUl be remembered as the most photographed young woman in the profession. Her charming face was seen everywhere photos, advertising cards, handkerchief boxes, all had that same sweet face. This, however, was her only claim to stage favor. Lydia Thompson first brought her to this country. The iniquity of taking children to all kinds of theatrical is strikingly illustrated in an Tent that occurred at Red Bank, N. JM A precocious youth of twelve recently. years was taken to see Marie Herbert-Frohma- n in "The Witch." So powerful was he impressed with the hanging scene that he went home and tried it sister. But for upon his timely assistance the affair would have terminated fatally. vineraeot. . YV. C. Annet et aL va. Wm. Garlard; mot iou withdrawing answer. Wm. Garland vs. John mo 2-44ia tion withdrawing demurrer. C A. Stalling vs. Josiah I Vrrin: mo tion for s new trial argued, submitted and taken under advixenieut. Jor.es vs. The Union 1'aciiia Iiail- way company; defendant confessed judg ment for f MK; plaintiu to pay cottA Samuel Taylor va. 15- - Chrutophern E3 et hi.; dismissed by conuent at plaintiffs costs. Charles R. Frackeuth.il vs. Inuis Laniner. Motion to strike amended complaint from the tiles argued, sub mitted and taken under advisement. Langley, Low A Alexander v. F. IL Uyer and r . W. nxum; motion to retax costs srgued and overruled. Phelps, Dodge k Palmer Co. vs. F. II Sterling and Plated Silverware. Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties Dyer and F. W. Ex urn; motion to retax costs anrued and overruled. tion. Diamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. Sidney Stephens va. David Kice; motion to quash execution argued and taken under advisement. James Allen et aL vs. Frank J. Can SIGN OF THE RIO CLOCK. : 2463 WASHINGTON' AVE. non et al.: motion fora new trial argued, undo." advisement submitted and taken John A. Hossell vs. Union Pacific ! Railway company; motion for permission to plead. Default set aside and iermts sion given to answer on payment of $' costs Mceptions by plaintm a atOGDKX. UTAH. seven-year-ol- d Tlend the Sunday Commercial. scribe now. Sub- WATCHES, r and Feb. A man widely and favorably known throughout the Pacific coast, gives his experience. Portland, Ore,, March 2H. Having tried the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea, we cheerfully bear witness to its bene-fioiagency in affections of the urinary organs It is simple, safe and sure; it is ensily taken and restores healthy vitality to the organs it is intended to operate upon with assured success. S. J. McCormick, Editor Catholic Sentinel. GROGEEIES. Fruits and Produce. 185 Twenty-fourt- St. h (tX TANNER BLOCK.) Telephone No. S44, Csleii, TJtnli. T3EITMAN BROS.,, Cigars are Unequaled. FOB SALE EVERYWHERE. fianoforle Sudden Deaths. Heart disease is bv far the most fre wnicn in quent cause or sudden ueatn, three out of four cases is unsuspected. The symptoms are not generally understood. These are: a habit of lying on Tuning n LATE OF CHiCKERING - -- 11 and Repairing. HDGAR F. WAITE, ui me ngnt eiue, buvmi uumu, ei.lu hailr nr chnulilor. irrniriilnr pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spoils, wind in stomach, swelling of ankles or cry cougn, ana dropsy, oppression, M iliXs' - -11 llHtTflt Oil VkViW IV amnlKint i.'.T.- i on Hoart Diseftsos, froo at IL A. Walker who Holland guarantee ur. jvu.es' un- a nil a1 Trtaj TTiMtrt. Pnrn and hia Restorative Nervino, which curoa nervousness, hadache. sleeplessnefs, effects of drinking, etc. It contains no opiates. i SONS, BOSTON. WITH F. ilrama iiit ctit written. WM. J. UAKKISON, Mniatiiuinl nutltor anil actor. MtSH LILLY HAMILTON, tlm lnwit.!iiii(f Ming ariJ imu-artisl-Ta)-nti-- H pki.h artiH, DLAM HK. JUK I WARREN MERCANTILE 2378 WashinRton COMPANY, Ave, Ogdon. CD i'. a X f"T m WANTED. l. Mipam I luuta U. IfKSlKUi UI A WOfck. nl kind to rl.'i&f. Mum bp krat A HOlE JOB 'ANTED-CI- KI ud li-ri- i. BOV OF FXrt bunt hath txi gmr. XaUusal tutt A HS1TIU t; WOl LI KTttN Ad'lm J. t:ws. frel 3iJ JONES BKNTIN't! AliENt V. V.'aijinictim ur. Im l:i:T-STO- f.E ROOM lO kEM. n RsisHKU h:'ntJ fttiitntjxytu luiun i imk;m Hoia fck lm i:.vk In m Su.wt i twoi:ft ar. Lojuiri;lttj K. rxi; Mrti.n. t.ti T!tv-f- ,frwt. m FOR SALE. lOR SALFT Vi'.KY CHEAP, TURKU GOOD lU SALK- -1 HAVE. K)R SALE. A LAEI.E. two-waUMinnd, and Mf fanily bona anil Surri'j ; cliwip. W ill take a mmd milch an 1 oiw art nitui and bankalik. paper fur balanro. J. paj urd. t (immrir isl Onire. 1 i. IN THE Ylt'lMTV W arbiiiKton, IOST-SOMEWH- airwl and a lady's loatlu r pum, coo r tainiu: fVM ia numcy and a trunk key. w ill he rcwarde.1 by leaving at ullice uf buUl in l uioo dt ut. SOUTH WASHIMiN AVENGE IOST-O- N litiht odorod mull. Leave at this oHice ami he , Kia-di- of every descrip- Pa-cil- ir rewarded. OGDEN, UTAH IOST-- A 1'twh. m'M H OP KEYS WITn NAME marked K.J. Steveua, NurUt Ocdeo, lnre at thiw oftire. m Com GROCERS. UP-TO-THE-TI- uosu. . ' EAULK SISTKKS 3. Qnpon of winir and danrr artist", MJS8 PEARi ' Aitni., r.. Last wryk nf tlm impntar F.)trtcli nrtistn JIM DALTOX AND I LARA ItOVLE. Tho and rrflnod ni and dance artist, MISS L1LM. AHlKUia. That'a i WHirPLE. 15 NOVEL SPECIALTIES PRETTY - GIRLS li 20 and Fifty Cents Popular Prices, Twenty-Fir- e Seats in Boxes Fifty Cents. REMEMBER! the undermentioned are a few of the prices wre will make for the remainder of this week, as an inducement for you to come and do business with us-i quality silver plated table spoons, 75 cents for set of six. Glass water sets from $1.00 upwards, consisting of silver-in- e tray, six tumblers and pitcher. Toothpicks, best quality, 5 cents per box. Novelty wringers with solid rubber rollers, the real article, no sham, $2.85. Goblets, good quality, worth 1.50 per dozen, at $1.00 per dozen. Tumblers, first-clas- s goods, worth 75 cents per dozen, at 45 cents per dozen. Compare the above" prices and quality and you will call again. Your True Friend. THE FAIR. in We Fit. s PROSPER a ATOT having time to make up a list of prices IA we have the following to say: -- E meet all our competitor's prices and go W xnem one Deuer on everytning and anything. OUR Prices are the drawing card and says: IT PAYS TO TEADE WITH THE C. 3iO EX- - i;i:nt-- m 1 ruom Wall avtiu. liVRON anil Padiing soubrelU'. XI ISS LILLIAN CARROL! Thn bpButiful Fkirt and 8pauitli ilancen 20 8 8 ITOK Ira Amnrira' r grpsUt in;;r, MISS U l. ( ON KLIN. HALLET AND W ILL Miiitr,.l Naimot, JOHN ll.W g bSSlill wriu-romi- c FOR EXAMPLE, Orders Solicited and Careful and Prompt Death From Kidney Disease Attention Given to telirery of Them. Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of thousands of the Amerioan people annually. Oregon Kidney Tea is guaranteed to cure all forms of Kidney troubles. Take it in time. CELKBRATED ui-i- J. flARKlSON'S npimiitionhl. dramatic nil romliinntion. Ilr.'iinl loul!o liow. "JACK THE RIPPER" will apnm-Uou- al IHwitivel) Ik- - iroiliicoil. llio F. R. LASHER, al El Monte Cotnmaudery K. T. Special conclave Monday evening Feb. 16th. Work. Order of the temple. By order E. C. T. P. Bryas Recorder. Fobruary lGth. WM. W. H. VOORHIES. Prop. d McCormieK, SHOWS IN ONE VitH'k Comnir ociDfr MAY 8 UNION ilAMaoaa For the next two weeks you can get better bargains than at any other time of the year. A person who is anxious to make a dollar do a dollar and a half's worth of buying, will take advantage of this season- - Ogden Department Store Editor FRAVK MOXKOK. u VI a TWO GREAT torneys for both parties. 1 6 Emma Hansen vs. Niels Hanson, de 17, fault of dofendaut entered, and decree of divorce ordered and $10 a month from We will sell for two days only him Bnd custody of tho children. A. J. Spencer vs. F. W. Sherwood et al., order for judgment; default of deKept Vknah boarda, 20 cents, worth ,n5 fendant entered. cents. 7x9 mirror, '23 cents, worth 40 cents. Feather Dusters, 'i' cents, worth 45 Iilebijr International Institute. The old surseou of above Institute cents. Shot' li'ir h, fV cents, worth C cents. will be at the Broom Hotel, Ogden, Feb. Steel liainiiier.:5.i'ei:ii, worth 00 cents. Clift and at Houno.Salt Lake, 2Gth; ir)th Covered ch.u,.l.'cr tutil, IW cents, worth for i!7th and "8th the purpose February of examining and contracting with all 50 oenti. ln'.skct, 'i centn, Ijeat!ierettj w:;t-trequiring braces, appliances or appar- worth 10 cent atus for deformities or ailments requirTwo do.cn c.otlieK jii;ii--- , 5 cents. . ing surgical operations. Special attention to tho eyes, ears and reproductive NOTIONS. organs, hip joint disease, curvaturfe of etc. .1 . of jjomI pins fur 5 cents. spine, p"p 3 pHpera of safety pins for 5 cents. DRESSMAKING DONE PROM PTLY 3 papers of caret tacks for 5 cents AT PAINE A HURST'S. 3 bunches of hair pins for 5 cents. 35 good slate pencils for 5 cents MIDLAND RAILWAY COLORADO 2 thimbles for 5 cents. 1 quire of good writing paper, 5 cents 25 good envelopes for 5 ceuta. To Omaha and All Point East. Through cars via the Colorado MidArt Needlework Materials. land railway; to Leadville, Aspen, Colo2 dozen skeina imported araseno or rado Springs and Denver, making close connections with all trunk linos for the No. 2 chenille, 25 cents. 3 skeins fast color wash silk, cents. south and east. 2 balls marking cotton, 5 cents. Trains leave Ogden via Rio Grande Best knittinir silk per ball. 30 cents. a. m. and 8:45 p. m. Western 25 per cent, discount on all . stamped Ask Union depot ticket agent for tickets via Colorado Midland, the short linens. line, the fast line, the Bcenic route. These bargain sales will be continued week at the every While you are hearing, hear the beet. It is coming Feb. 21 and 23 iu the Swedish Concert Co. They have sung to audiences of 3,000 in New York, Boston, Chicago and St. Louis. Let Ogdon 2302 Washington Avenue, near corner Twenty-thirstreet, East Side. not be beaten by Bmnll places like these. g FOR RENT. -i (HK) SIOkE 1IH I noriii n,le Tvrati-UitJ- i .Irwi. LOW PRICES. 1 ULUVI I -' EKNT- CLOCKS, WELTI TUT IIE r Mondav iiiid g 4 a Ululiuii. 7 GOOD GOODS. A. C. Fit-- vs A. It. Put ton et al., report of Receiver T. J. Hudson nlhued to Ijo riled and approveil by conacnt of at- I "TASTEU-- THE LEADING JEWELERS. torneys S OJ HMri a L3l2 Uy BARGAIN DAYS g 'AT-LA- "Washington Avenue. ? a, indis-criminitely &e lSTo. DIAMONDS, I tAiik. different kinds of Heating Stoves in stock and can suit almost anybody, both in style and price. We propose to keep at the head of the procession and will always make prices that will satisfy our customers. Kniir aOOtt.000 s ' WEhundred m Labor Uniou meets today Cbioago Clothing Si fw t.-- rmica. t'uli aUjut I; 15 p. w, HAVE NEARLY OXE 1L th t p. m.'aabor store. sow AVorld. t5 ii : Po-te!l- a, He Ootral V if ti 313 24th St. W. W. FUIsTGE. CO., SOLE AGENT FOR A Ltrre Lot of linxiuewt Handled Y Try kppy jesterd. tfrday. IlVkr the Bvedioh KiLtisgkla. The IV rt District court. Judge James Dr. Petty, o? WVJa, is ia the city. A. Miner presiding, were bui!y occupied in tt the Jaa. Dujan, of yesterday with law and motion business, "IBrootn. the dispositions being as folios a: Mr. David Kvsns vui quit unwell Crawford vs. Booth; continued by oun sent to April . C. H Whstdind va. A. McFarland; Th Republican. niwt at Ui district motion for iud'utent oo the pleadings. kwrt room tomorrow oigbt. la ken untlfr advisement. Teatorday was Valentin day. Net TJ u sa NicboU vs. Ui ion Pacific raila ml lf'.U-- r day for to Chrut alia it way oompany; motion to settle, state tat XKtuiftetor. ment submitted and taken uodt--r ad at v CO y v y 0 ii )! V ARCTICS, OVERSHOES. RUBBERS, I W r3 IS THE WEATHER FOR TI-II-S H g 8 II. iSSI. . J. CRA.BTKEE, Mgr. 25th St., 1 st Grocers below Iix-oo- Hotel.