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(XiDEK DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY. JEBRl'ARY 27, lfeSl Oa narn liTtt CONTRAST CttL AMO W ln k bm tMf mmm 4 SWTT - ...tKm aMtcml weeds, thaw milium isr Ivy a karri after all, a aiat i ayfcera wtuesi was wBetn-- cchAHv forf own Wltii By, aa . ' M.v kfjflpj BtBsMto fhs aarTh sad bagtoste sops mm By the Ugiaaiag of Jus a sprout has bach and iHuxi fruta the creator tre ttt that rertabls r JJTrrrtit OT- - PGRTiAAD AAD THE NORTHWEST fitir ei-JB- Sunlu. C. P. US AC C IBe ssickeatvS Cap sv vauey as sua n- ui - el L.r4 u :t ft: BBW til tl o i a I rcili IT . i Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City. St. Joseph, Omaha. W. - md ua 1 d; Railway. I STANDAlSGAUGE. IT I . . . . 1 iM.DKX, 4.-0- " GEORGE JONES, I A i IndiviiW i IWik i'i.i !Hl Efelr. Utid Hrku, H. O. PstneBHeah. kt i . Telephone sthaati 1 t r SECRET SOCIETIES STATE BANK, LODGE SO. pTfflsTH ouidialL A tXL. sad IS, IT l talc 0. A. Twr Xsrinqsl IS Im X. W. U u.ed i llim at W. a r. o. CRLSCENT LODGE NO. 13 odoca ib ut foartB ftiwet. J.I O.B.LEtRD. EH Wf Jutic Saprea.e Coart. KJXASD a MA MILL IV oddeUo.riKu all W. L. ATTORNEYS AT LAW WasMagBBl Ave.. OgAra. l'Jj. s. Aaa-- V Rec. Sec o. o. e., I LN10N L0DGEN0. Jj ATTORN Practice ia toe District Coort and all ta 4ictHis. ssafta. Prrvoal atimtiun given Bssaeaiber the place, ia Parry wooden feoasV ire. Le.. a br.., .tree!, Ogden, I" tali. P. 0. ,. i !C1 Twenty-fourt- h buz Hi. - - R. '. BKiELOW JOHN A. BOYLE. Vice President A. P. BKiELOW. Cashier. 09ice, over I'tah National Bank, corner of a'ubinjrtwn avenue and Tweotj fuur-.- h street, Ogden. Ctah. JACOB attend. I No. fXOO.OOO. lS&.OOO 8URPLV8, lntaratt Paid on Time DepwiU. m W. N. Biru.rse. Tie President. Cashier. WiBOSaW. Coast. Tsso. President. BosiBOH, Twenty-fonrt- h street. Ogden, Utah. B. W. SBUTB. CITIZENS' BANK OF OGDKN, UTAH. : $200,000. DIRECTORS: Wrran W. Corey, Tho. Cahoon. 8. 8. Schramm, ST. GKOBGK. C02URDELI0N LODGE, Ml. UTAH. The above society will bold U meetings in street" knighu of I'ythia hall. Twentj-fourt- h (over Standard building) every Tt.nrsda) rrro' ing at half past seven (harp, until further notice. Application forms may be obtained from Dr. Percy A. Cook, SMI, Washington aveun. Sojourning brother cordially invited. Pebtival J. Babratt. Preaident Habbi Gillett. Secretary. tTii Wash Ar. room Hank bnildiag. X, J aad F!, First National AND SURGEONS J )K TBOS. S. BCLMEB. Doctor in Medicine, Matter ia Surgery, L. S. A. London. LEGAL BLANKS SURGEON-ACCOUCHEU- rrBLissrav Cashier. and Manarer. OF " ATTORNEEYS-AT-LA- Office, W. V. Hsxraics, Viee-Pr-e. CAPITAL, H'skhington at ecus BASSPORD smith IMITH A SMITH, PHYSICIANS J. E. Doolt, President. L, B. Adams, SONS QBDEB OGDEN. M ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Office, CAPITAL, Meets every Toesday and Friday eveuiLct Odd Fellow Hail. Member invited. F. W. Lew is, Cantaia B. . 8bad. Clark- - RICHARD B. HETWOOD. inli. United States Depository. " " "'ANTON. OGDKN NO L PATKIARCH Ml LIT I N'T L 0. 0. F. V ATTORNEY-AT-LA- OOea. Ogden, I" tan. r,. in Odd uiu'Cif ''.ILaUrr. Si, Ma. a, 6. jnu im,iilaiassaiai bf.rthers in good standing cordiall) S. BOKEMaS, Internet Paid on Time and Safinc Depotit. UTAH NATIONAL BANK, B. ALLISON , ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW- OgCem, i V. STtlBALL. LLiSD HUpOww. ItUto lMhALL A ALL1SOX. 7.500. K Capital Paid in. Surplus, H i.;;.' ratmrBRaj btutaan curdiaily invited to attend. J iiKr.Learu.ek!i.ti. n attrtad. Xu ' OGDEX. UTAH. ill eveetn i Bccblcb. Fiacr L Royal College of Sargeoo. England: Fellow Society Art and Science. London. Formerly quarantine officer and taperintendent for New Zealand and Melbourne, victoria. Address or call at 963 Washington Ave. p 'physician and specialist. DENTISTS. Q 2404 B. SSOWDKN, DENTIST. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. fob Office, 242" Washington avenue over Horrock A Sons store. Teeth without plates aad saving natural teeth a specialty. No teeth or roots too bad to be saved by filling or crowning. Special !0. sals bt It PUBLISHING Waalunctsn Avenns. Ogden, Utah blanks. coKv:TAitcrrtc In connection with general practice, gives special attention to disease peculiar to females diseases of the genito urinary organ, disease of thi rectum, viz. ; Piles, fistula, fi snare and ulceration disease of tbe ear. note, throat and cheat. Consultation free. Office over Postoffioe. Telephone 206. R. A. Well, riidiie? Steven C. E. Wurtelc.H. 11. Spencer, Ad. Knhn, Theo.RobinBon am THE COMMERCIAL A. COTTINGHAM, CLAiS. Warranty Dead, short form . . A Warranty Dead, long form ... A 570 571 425 Deed Real EetateMort'gtLshortf'rm Quit-clai- 450 375 A A A m Option Contract Lease. 50 Bond for Deed. 100 Discharge of Mortgage 500 Trust Deed a Assignment ot Mortgage 51 Bill of Sale 300 A A B C A A PROBATE COVRT BI.ANKS. A Administrator's Bond Executors' Bond A 300 Lottere of Guardianship A attention given to children's teeth, 376 Order Appointing Hearing. . . A 501 Testimony of A CIVIL ENGINEERS. Awceaeor Edwin Dix. 502 Testimony of Applicant A Treasurer John A. Boyle, C. A. TCSH. r. w ram 379 Order appointing Adm'r A Collector-Jo- hn V. Blnth. Attorney L. R. Rogere. TUSH A FARIS, commissioner's court blanks. lolbert R. Belnap. Coroner- - Manchal Allen. 475 Summons CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS, Surveyor R. w. Faria. Plans, specifications and estimates prepared 476 Sheriff's Sale Superintendent of District Scool Jo. Peery and work superintended. 76 Constable's Sale FSBCIMCT OVFICJIBS F1K8T OC.DEN rKECINCT. Maps, plats, tracings, blue prints, etc., etc., 377 Order for Deft to Jnaticeof the Pesce K. A. McDanie). executed on short notice. appear Constable K. A. Koch. A and show cause Rooms 3 and 4, Union block. No. 362 Twentr Fourth Street. Ogden, Utah. 78 Citation for Garnishee SECOND OO DEN PEEISCT. A Justice of the Peace B. Teiues. 2 Affidavit for Citation for Constable Phil Ford. A THIRD OGDEK PRECINCT. BOOT HOT WATER HEATER 572 Garnishee. Writ of Execution A Justice of the Peace A. Perrin. hifcf.r cocntv orrirsss. Probate Judge Robert W. Crowe. Selectmen Lewis W Shurtliff, John Pincork, Fred Foy. Clerk-- J. P. Ledwidge. Recorder John O. Tyler. 1 125 T Constable D. O. Sullivan. FOCRTH OO DEN PRECINCT Justice of the Peace Constable Vai Giueon. H. E. Steel. H1NTSVU.LE The Most Improved and Economical Heater in the Market, PRECINCT. Justice of the Pesce Angus McKay. Constable George E. Ferrio. EDEN PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace E. B. Frorer. Constable John Gould. NORTH OGDEN PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace James Storey. Constable James I learner. Constable DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. Affidavit for Claim and Delivery personal property 525 Undertaking on Claim and Delivery of personal property 526 Undertaking for Return to Deft, Claim and Delivery personal property 77 Complaint on Claim and Delivery personal property 10 325 350 400 James H. Taylor. PLAIN CITT PRECINCT. Justice of the Joaiah B. Carver. Peace-Const- able Mining Deed Notice of Location of Claim . Proof of Labor Power of Att'y to Locate and Sell 401 B1VEBDALB PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Richard Dye. Constable John Parker. MISCELLANEOUS 377 75 325 CINTAH PRECINCT. Justice of the Constable Peace-Timot- hy Byron L. Bj bee. EAKBSVTIXB Kendall. PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Constable Wilson Ponlter. PHEASANT VIEW PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace W. H. Crandall. Constable George H. Maycoek. Plumbing and IN Fitting G-a- s ALL ITS BRANCHES, DOYLE &"HALVERSON, 2304 Washington BLATEEVTLLK PRECINCT. Ave. Call and get prices. HOOPER PRECINCT. A A A A BLANKS. Official Bond and Oath A And Funeral Director WILSON PBECINCT. Justice of tbe Peace .lames Johnson. Constable Francis M. Belnap. A UNDERTAKER LYNNS PBBCINCT. Justice of the Peace Peter L. Sberner. Constable- - James Harrop. WEST WEBER PRECINCT. A S. M. PEESHAW, MARRIOTT PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace Simon F. Uslverson. Constable Caleb Parry. Justice of the Peace J. W. Hurt. Constable -- Joseph Hogge. A Chattel Mortgage C A Marriage Certificate Promissory Notes, Books of 50 and 100. Receipts, Books of 50. Rent Receipts, Books of 100. Drafts, Books of 100. Other Blanks constantly being added to the above list. Justice of tbe Peace James Hutcinas. Constable John J. Hutciuna. Jnaticeof the Peace P. P. Bingham. Constable Daniel X. Drake. A MINING BLANKS. HABRISVTiXB PRECINCT. .Inst ice of the Peace William G. Rawson, I rJHaI Ea mm UmmmW pamphlet of toformalion widtbJl Ps. ltm aw, ihvwtag J Metallic ("sskets and Wood Casket and uRins Special Attention to Embalming and Preparing Bodies for paid Shipment. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. I have e the only Hearse in the city. Telefirst-clas- phone No. 115 Pianoforte Cora-ascrci- V. e. - K. WHITE. N r HQ. t. LAWYERS JAM TaBBOa DOB SUV .o.j. O WEKKLCM Office M pt MONTE COMMAXPUT. K. T. f3tah. VW Mearf Coaaut. - ARCHITECTS, tJlKEiTOfc J. ('. JMuxnmt. T A. b.Vt.. M. buctui.iilrr. . 1 P is ARCHHETTS, run Surrus (i mmtm asijarsr" r All. I - Paid in CautaL s Utaii Central Railway iiiss Hnj, COSBY. O K. "" cm ocarina sssaast i s , laa. Bswvilir T' lrfMU Tim Cufficirial Natiuoal Bant i Rio Grande Western fsiRBsns BUILDER . SOZ CaLUTOL LA JD COMTHlCTORS AiD BUILDERS Cat mAv aatUssEtaa a wis. Bat. Mus. J xJ T .. ;,- - a t. Fr.' Oar Famous Dining oiks l.uuu.ou , A bio is fc, COMRAnOF JsUXMAJiDT ', Denver, 8200,000.00 - - r, n in c su i.BJLKxav sell BTUFF ltrere- 1KD M0 MM EMS qoDES a. HAKatOa Sa LOlmiM. A. F T.r ilaummi.a i f'-- r -- - yyu FM MEIDSTOKES GENERAL BANKING. af the Plc.thcOUie aad the Via. nonr-ihhuie- frit-tad- - Capital. MASONIC kfcJ . IT AH. Ui.DEN, HliUrte ( AUfsrsia-Ho- me ef Basxeaa, tbe dayt (4 Adam, and Aad of the Padre Jsaiaers vr-- s which !b ucuijan.jai arr, by Fasxed far fair Isssrto where ear naturf adapted to il-- d cesses set sad pleaaare aerer clays. aaJaaoM am this subject haT i woman sxxrnrrL dix xokti i csxaxuj awavy baas gwesL Tbry iuBT THB f uutimtaaxl tiM a mb who ibur TLa Bis Trsas, -- Tabes -- Tas otawiitxatss f life, au thru i n .d at aaasts. wmm ehoca which are hoard nowaday. The bust ONLY 36 HOURS aiid fnnak, of the sr'.Tkiug w.an-BiTWHN SAH FRASC1SC01SD PORTLAUP BBarinr; tb same ,uetiiJO Why do under cirvmn-os- s am pat thru.-ilv- es fas Oraa4 caaaa at tks "ri r irsiaate U sock. ta beaut l.'ui MoMbrse TmlU where they way be lad to atarva-Mi. SBaws sad IBs Bfataerui cerrj of or than when they ran tea Stakijtuu Mouaisiu, ail br dsj ajht both by Mnaimug within their it unit lotsa. riitsr n Tie wotu. natural phi H I BKM-i.Nlor Brest'.! r of the The answer given by a BiaSOSS, nu4er Ml. Shaats, for dinner ilHLaBI; Orcroa. for rami. u the only ou that rorm man y it is tbe ' -lady erase." Tbe saleslady and tbe "factory lady" bare an ambition to dspae tbe wivea and da tighter of tht-i- r Homeihinc Aboat Coal. in the matter of dm, and awploy-r- s It makes the preaent generation smile Ibey bps nothing absurd in rarryinjf out to read the accounts which lisve come ajaatr purpoae. And tbe community renin down to as concerning tbe prejudices te agree with them. which were formerly entertained against waoks in two uxb) or WOKJt. certain articles which are of every day Qaraful observers aay that in thia matSOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS ter the girls act just the amine a the consumption. For instance, it is said that when coal yaaaf men of the day who crowd one an was first osed in Bug land the prejudice atber for clerkships, etc., wboae pay is against it was so strong that the house fl r fS a week, rather than learn a trade of commons petitioned tbe king to proas which they can earn three or four The pony little clerk hibit tbe ass of the "noxioon" fuel. Sjbbss that mm h A royal proi'lamation having failed to evisha pale, unheal tby " saleslady" think tbe nuisance, a commission was shujsri gentlemen and ladies and would abate to ascertain who burned cool .Lincoln, is hsnWiid if say one offered to intro-swa- s issued them to the rosy, healthy serrant within tbe city of London and its neigh borhood, to punish them by force for mjA who Baa an account at the bank, or 4s was robust mechanic who can produce tbe first offense, and by tbe demolition of their furnaces if they persisted in awfar roll of bills on Saturday evening transgressing. A law was finally passed FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The "lady" who sslls handkerchiefs sati toilet boxes during; tbe day for as making it a capital offense to burn cool OB ALL TBAUIB. in the city, and only permitting it to be ssBSBBs of fifty ecwta is the other half of in used the is It by forges vicinity. sells colls she "gentleman" who and Cars for sixty or seventy cents a day. stated that among tbe records in the ACBSD TBAim. Art to Tsaocss of was tower a London document found all Haw srs the natural product of the new lady and gentleman erase, and according to which a man was hanged in Per further latonasnoo seoosmlnf Ibis time of Edward I for no other crime Has, apply to any TMkst Arnl, or sddreai ' realise just what It mean" nn the east ther get married. Then the "gent " than having been canght burning coal. OBO. W. AXJLJCRY. clerk wishes be had mated with s It took three centuries to entirely efface Texas the prejudice. Sifting. jsH to denteatac service who knew how to cook and who bad a little money laid sad lbs "lady'' regress that she did The kiss of the hand is undoubtedly 4sst derate her smiles to s mechanic who and therefore is not derived ancient, The her. courts sad support police from that of the lips, hat probably tbe i eseoros courts give the culminations con-seis true The band kiss is day to taw year. of this article is to loosely Bsxerted to be developed from servile obeisances in which the earth, gar farther particulars that enter into the foot and the garments were kissed, CURRENT TIME TABLE toe contrast betweau tbe women in de- the hand and cheek succeeding in order i sarrios and those who hare flooded la rJrert Jaa. 1 Jltl. to auoahty of of time and b's occupations. According to the rank. But isapproach it doubtful if that was the st accurate statistics obtainable, the No. 2 No. 4. SOINO mux. Atlantic Atlantic of servants in this city average, at actual order, and it is certain that at hand there time when the Mai) kissing began Eipres ks lowest estimate, $15 s month , besides were less numerous gradations of rank Lost Osdsa - 4.'i :m a. p. heard, lodging and in many cases all the 9 M n. 9:40 a. than at a later stage. Amv S)t Lake u VI slothing needed. Perhaps $a. 50 a week 10 KB p. ..... LeavsBalt Lake.... ia of tbe hands between men Kissing 11 :J(I H 11:30 p. Arrive Provo might be fixed as the average inquny commentioned in the Old Testament, also Leave Provo 11:35 p. llll Ul pensation of all the women in domestic 5:30 River .30 a. Arrive p. (ireen by Homer, Pliny and Lucian. The kiss Leave ttreen 'Ml I River service 53S a. obto was sacred Arrive drain Junction. 9:4S a appliexl reverentially 930 p. Now. according to t he statement of :S0 a Leave ftraml Junction ?I0 Miss Ida Van Etten, Mrs. ( 'rough and jects, such as statues of the gods, as is Arrive fllenwood Spri'gfc l:je p, a m! I 00 a. of works ancient and shown also ml art, by 8:10 Arrive Lesdville 640 a. p. Huh Foster, the average wnijos of work-sa- g u:v p. m 2 :L' a Arrive Pueblo women in stores and lactone is, at among numerous etymologies by that Ar. 'olo. Spring 135 p. m 3:"i a. of the Latin word "adoro," and it was Arrive Dearer 35 p. m 6:43 a. the highest estimate, ft a week. also metaphorically applied by the int A COMPARISON. No. 8. his own hand WEST BOCSD TSAIKS. iie That is a half dollar difference in ferior or worshiper kissing Pacific to tho salute awl the Mail throwing superior Expres. wages, and that half dollar represents, ' tn comparison, the board, lodging, etc., or statue. Popular Science Monthly. 9:30 a. m 8:11 Leave Denver Leae Colo. Sprimre p. m 11:10 Id0 af the servants. Of course, no woman California' Oold Treaiura. Leave Pueblo 135 p. m 11:25 ean live on fifty cents a week. It takes Leave Leadville 730 p. m I B Never in any other country has a change Leave 12:S2 a. m 10:40 Spri'g her whole ft to pay for board and lodgin the political dominion been followed Arrive (ilenwood 4 30 a. m 2:10 p. rr fraud Junction if like she proper so promptly by so marvelous an increase Leaved rand Junction... 4:40 a. m 2:15 p. m gives auythiug ings &iM River Arrive So flreen a. m 5:50 p. in to nourishment her body. it amounts of wealth and population, of productive Leave Green River 830 a. m :10 p. m to just this: At the end of a week the Provo. Arrive 2:50 a. m p. in 12 industry and general intelligence. Never Leave Provo 8 JO p. m 12:20 a. m servant has 3.80 to lsy by, while tbe did masters a new more repay province Arrive Salt Lake 4:30 p. m 1:45 a. m " "saleslady has not a penny. for their trouble in its acquisi- Leave Salt Lake p m 2 00 a. m Arrive Ogden As to lodging, the average servant has liberally p. m 3:00 a. m tion, nor did any other conquered terribar own little room, nicely fnruished ever receive greater benefit from LOCAL TRAINS. tory aad heated in winter. Tbe "saleslady," OC. DEN AND SALT LAKE. The most notable instances if she boards, has a cold room at the top conquest. in history of trinmphant invasions re- m.Leave Osden, 8:30 a. m., 3:30 p.m., 8:45 p. Returning arrive Ogden 12 :30 p. m., 6 iOO p ef the house, shared by three or four warded with great sums of precious m. li 00 a, m. other unfortunates. The latter works metal were those of B1NC.HAS, Babylonia by Cyrus, oa an average of ten hours a day, while of Persia Leave Salt Lake. 8:25 a. m., returning, arrive Alexander, of Mexico by by 5 30 p.m. ia tbe holiday season she works as much (yortez, and of Peru Pizarro all pop Salt Lake, N rOBK, rBOVO, 6PE1NG 1LLE AND ae sixteen boors, and never does a penny ulcus empires, with by wealth accumulated AMEBIC MBOftM af extra pay reach her pocket of Leave Ogden 3:30 p. m through centuries prosperity. Yet returning, arrive The servant h r no longer hours, and not 12:30 one of them yielded to its conquerors, Ogden p. m, D. C. DODGE. H. BENNETT, J. she can rest during a great part of them, within a generation, so much treasure at Gsn. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. aad, besides, has her two or throe even-togdid desolate California to the Americans. off" daring the week. Her work, John a Nittell in Century. en the whole, is ranch lighter, and she does not know what fines are. If she Tks Fly Had the Nerve. tolls ill, in a good family, she receives Allan Forman, the publisher of The Sbart Line to Park Citj.l SJbs same cordial attention that her misNew York Journalist, went ont one dav tress would, and is surrounded by kind not lostg aototake lunch with a friend. PANORAMiFuNaToF TBE WEST. aatnt iuiiii, And her wages go on all the This friend had a glass eye, a calamity THE Mr. Forman knew nothing about. When On and after October X. ISO, passenger and fiat how about the "saleslsdy" np in they had finisheca their meal they walked freight train will ran a follows : she top of tbe boarding boose if she op to the cashier's desk to settle. As the FASSKXQBB turn. should get sick? Well, unless she is '. gentleman was paying the checks tbe Leave Salt Lake.... 8:09a.m 4 .00 i. m absolutely at the point of death she is newspaper man noticed a fly calmly, Leave Park ?itv 1030 a m at Park City packed off to a hospital when the time coolly and deliberately walking across Arrive SsB p. m tor which she has paid her board has Die ball of his friend's eye. That indi- Arrive at salt Lake IBSJOHT T1AITS. aspired. Bat even if she is allowed to vidual seemed not in the ieast disturbed, Leave Salt Lake. 7 .00 a. m remain there till she gets well, she rePark City a. m , and when Forman spoke to him about it Leave SO p. m 12 Arrive at Park City...., sumes her work with her trunk under he said, "Oh, that's 3:45 p. m Forman, Arrive at Salt Lairs nothing." Twelve suburban train daily between Salt bondage to the landlady, and with a, naturally astonished, said in reply, City and Mill Creek and Sugar Hons. tobei, heavy debt staring her in tbe 'Well, by gracious, you must have a Lake All people going to Park City will Unci it to Is it any wonder that many a nerve." ' to take thia line. tbeir interest "Oh, no," answered his friend, Offices and Depot: Corner Pih South and rally good girl seeks escape from "it's the fly that hasthe nerve. Arkan-saMain street. Salt Lake City. each troubles in the concert halls? Traveler. T. J. Mackintosh. 0. F. sad P. A. And is it any wonder that the comfortservant able The waltz had its beginning in Gergirl generally ends her W. sal of workiug for others by marrymany, and thence was taken to France, Member of the American Ticket Broker' honest and down aa man in which was after introduced it settling ing shortly Association. comfortable home. New York into England. Hungary was the birthand Steamship Railroad Advertiser. place of the galcps'le or galop, and from Poland came the stately polonaise or Valuable Ancestor. polacca sad masourka. Mrs. Rilger (reading) The body of a The little two st ried house at Ansolo, petrified man found near Fresno, GsJ., Italy, when- Robert Browning ,niil his haw been sold for $10,000. Iwk, Mr. Bilger Ten thousand dollar! sister lived when the px't's "Asolando." was written, has leen the By way. my dear, your family used laarkud with a Railroad Tickets Boasht. Sold an,t Kx- white tum ble blab bear-ia- ' changed. to all iwirrt. ALL TICKETS Ul'.VB- to hve in (.California. Are any of tbem ANIEslD. a suitable inscription. ferried tlim? New York Week) v. 201 Street 846 Twenty-fift- h ecu MM1I: TnustCo. Ltah Ljsui Scenic Route IL bhag a pear on its bramhea as sooa as it arrises at its fall growth; these ripest aad drop iM iv AagasL 1 wda. as oa luad of containing would naturally suppose-- , these pods have frcsa thr to as small, hard worsas oaoq their interior. The pod sooa shrivel up in the hot son and burets open on about the third day after bacotxurig detached from the parent stem. Tbe little worm roll out and bury thenurlve in tbe sand, aad after undergoing the change iad-d-u- t to all caterpillars become m- a huh, when the proper time comes, bury tbetuarlves in the ground to furnish for another miniature fl tree." Dr. Martjoisqae, of the Royal institute, who lias received several luxes of the- Hies upon which lie ha made rvprated e iperi meat, gives a long scientific exthe eeming imjMM bih ties planation attributed to this insect, which ia, at best, wholly uusatUfactory to the general reader, even though bis coworkers in that branch of science may consider it explanatory and conclusive. Cor. bt. Louis Republic. oasTiON GRAND ahaat tares inches high, bat a perfect tmatrymi sfton of tfc a aiaiia saaxraipaa ladMS at the af the Wg made its appearance above the surface of the grossed By the cad of July the nay tear, kaowa aa the h lands as the fly tree, has I Harass its fell stars bsiag the s t t thrBBort sm l M ui twl Lata i mm Ta JVAST TMft i SOT THE UStNCSS CARDS RAILROADS WOMAN'S REAL PLACE ror LUSror FALLIBO BASHCODl ffiSX and Repirins. KDGAR F. WAITE,, FOR MEN ONLY! 0?asrl .sIIRV0rs DFS.rtlTV Wsakits of Body aad Mia. Effects MEmmiftlMHH n 01:1 r,r Tm'.. tokMl, kksBAIIrOOSfalbt Rmorr. Mn.tib..sKu. rssBVEUrrtDORStrsa mrts or Iobt. h...li.l. Mllllt KOBB TRtTHCT-ri..- rt, ic , r.n lll(T rrosi te Stalm w rrr)fm .Vsairlrs. Sriu ik. tV.mti Bsat, rlyUntt fmm sum inM lev. -t- m. ERIC WEOICAk CO.. LFFAAO. N. V. Tuning law of mmm 4 sons, boston. WITH F. I WARKF.N '2378 SCEWANTHE COMPAM Wsishington Ave Ogdeo.