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AMU PAILPCAOS DARE AfPGA. HOl f - - I - - , was i Btwa Am UGOEX. UTAH. i POiTUIB AND THE NGRTHWLS - mv' - kk k. saw Usil TsLUKt tiat. l ark kw ..,. ASD iOiUMFJtTS HJUDSTO'tS FOR wte 'U ! bam tHiaw . wfcs ta aaa; r if tire rkfX ttlrtbrll TxXkZ t i CK. Qsstrai Afnc. His jJ ate aaaref aiw the be li tte La- - C. P. r ft iuss.1 M MX A RAH. eu. lajtiv J."" L : a. B. P T 9. sie4 s. nti OMMANDKAV NO. ft MONTE K T. ated jtxiujuT l MO. A QbDSi t tUPTtA A Hill Whs - i MASONIC UjImjK Bat as. Sac T P 1 Con TVrr axr.rwl is AminUm mm Pst tU to wife, ha C Bon, aad aa BUS NESS CARDS Ul JfciUwUT10 Capital.' COrfTrUaOR AUD builder bwttoftawgwa- - sUchtthat v: ras 1,'JOO.OO rsuijli.V.M.ir th tsBMsw awaJawiaaa- 4 4 -- J TV Mi lwMtwi OU ftoa awoke to . tSirii Fi-- t Trw took oae sail at Lu uc mstwawa GENERAL BANK INC.. ad is last one and by th clock had bar had a uoaaos. LINE. hunst-l- f clear of everything saddle and w siaraTLif all, and wa making HaJ valor note for Over C0KTRACT0RS AND BUILDERS ta faerrs fat Um siunsl Cast J at. LtNosIxjk i testabia ai ii. wet. Twastw-MSUBora lew Uwoasa Eft .te VaJaBBSua steam. k:c ta taller 1 wsS . awawswMBl sow it wa istewstef white it lasted, bat, Tim Qrtuit. Tnatjku tl taaatlh.. toy Isawawt aftwawi thank the Lord? it didst last bog Talk yyooDs a smith. aboct rvdmff a tnp Bawasaer! Why, that J.C. of T Late the e the 0U the Fig, sad ARCHITECTS, fSSkn would be cosaparauv fun to the way t- : waw law thi old ieavd backed! First my bat came Historic Callforala Home of Baa lad tf the Fadre Jaaiser btr-- t aw. Ocdea, sjIrak. off; then the game began to otne up and Natkmal Bank. o. BvafiESi a etx. hit me ia the face and the small of the Kaaied for fair Resort wsere rare come aot sad pleasare aeter easys. hark; then 1 had to throw sway my gut. ARCHITECTS. I.TAH, (XiUKN, so a to have both hand to hold on with; MamrrL del mostx-- el caajtiLo M. i; and 1 XaUnaal Haua nxs BY OfftM. sax THI next it began to rain dead qoail oat of kwilaUa Ocdre. I Ta BU Tress in Ciiiul. Tassa-- Ts my pocket, sad finally he got me to TSMStite.-- Th Sty UtwYCRS. coming down as ha was going up, aad that settled it The next thing I knew I Nib. ONLY 36 :upiis HOURS i. iiraiLLis. aiLCKiu, was kitting oa the ground, with my teeth Ea Chief MBata ( oart. Nevada. all loose and a kink in my spine, my BITWIEN SAN FRAJICISCOWD PGRTUFD DIREiTOKS JEONAKD A MA MILLtN. game, gun, saddle and blanket scattered rae Qn&a cum oi tae rustut rppr ? k!BM' ATTORNEYS AT LAW arouud, and the horse nearly home, old T A. tfl'aii'' lb Uautlful Uotttra Cutt ML Saasu and th Patiwk Metj). BaaalseMt tct-t- rjlatti,! M. WbjbineV. CWbee IttH Vtrkiofto Ave.. Ocdea. flab. Sport wa sitting in front if me, spatlam BUXljou Meuataln, aU by H.lit aoaat. .(l-ting the ground with hi ttunip of a tail irw utuc loisu. riiur u tic otu. K. WHITE. and now and then licking hit wounds in a manner that ho wed he was proud of BXBBUG lor Bfskiat ATTORNEV-ATLAW- , 8ISS05S, under Ml 8Ltu wok f Lk S u Scenic Route tlakLmiutTnistr". tea O. hi 4 ia the nb pas An tiMi l BANKS GRAND AOUT TELLS " th OeaiktP s, bet watt t EBKI ARY 2", 1691. ATI KDAV. OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: CTSv T seonid coLtjia Wedbsda P. E. Baiss. eca t (uu.ijk4 t . SECRET SOCIETIES. . Tu(uy.ti fi Htiirrl sad Uawsliaf tkruofb testers' eotTrMOiuA with a Capt. Hora ia id: Rtpurt oa tit laad and rrycrtt-iffe of Africa ar varnai, bvt all who into tb innn t iwasaswl ten arc aaabimoas in their .whsuus thst to trade ia the chief a en .iixaxioo and ihwiih Afnca had. am til the pact twnty thful tekt aa arid,orunheal a Bra mtade known of the land, While it l that great tract of country r and no water exist, still by ei wliiuti ii it baa bets proved that A mui'im (if watT can D ot winch will niakr the country blos- acss into a perfect garden of fl "In the moat arid part I ever vufted-TJfO- fo tb people dig well and And wMca ia carefully gtored for a of drought Perliai no tropical ha a more healthful climate Central Africa. In the iuterior the rue to a hitrh eleradoo. The snany death and sickness among Euro ate are caoaed more by the condition mi life, absence of accoatomed food and good doctor and nurse than from climatic raoaea. " ooe w-- i OOCTI'ATIOSS. "On the abore of LaJte Tanganyika tea are at leaat nine tribes distinctive ha physical characteristic, language and and weapon, clothing, archi- and domestic life. They are all expert fishermen, using neinee and trap, aid aa the lake teems with fish their wentnrea are well repaid. Iron and cop-pa- r are smelted for manufacture, bat in crudest atyle. Both of these metals, an the form of small bar, ivory, rubber, palaa oil and dried fish are article of circulation among distant tribe. Potter of a rude description is also made, while the art of weaving cotton cloth is well known. "The character of these natives is infantile. In confidence and suspicion, in ay anger and reconciliation, in undeveloped instinct they are essentially Under evil influence, such aa child the introduction of spiiituoua liquor and other vice of civilised nations, they tepidly become demoralized." The idea of regarding these Central African in the aanio light as Australian or Indian aborigines is absurd. When tetter known they will be looked upon m Healthy children, imitative Bad eager Id acquire knowledge. Deprecating in every possible maimer the horrible features of the slave trade, the explorer thinks that by honest trade, selection of good employes by the asany organizations now engaged in Central Africa, on the, Congo and the great lakes; by justice, development of the resource of industries, together of the miswith the earnest sionaries, the praspsfity of the great country and its people will be an assured te M THE SLAVE HUM, "I have lived in Africa," continued tiipt. Horn, "loug enough to assure myself that many a so called 'savage attack' 3by African natives was in reality 'a gallant defenso' from their point of view; that the low type African of whom we hjsar is often but a noble, savage degraded by contact with Arab ivory and slave dealers. During the past ten or twelve years many white men and women have lived among the tribes of the far interior, sod it has been discovered that they are people of much the same passions as Caucasians. Although easily degraded, they are also capable, when surrounded by favoring circumstances, of rising in civilisation and of grasping higher and better things. 'In the far interior numbers of people Prisouere of ha every tribe are slaves. war, those condemned for witchcraft and other offenses and their families, weakly persons or those in distress, become slaves. They pass from hand to tend, traveling toward the coast as the direction where the value is greatest. There they are collected by traders, Arabs, half caste and African. This system of slavery can he abolished with the aid of the Arab traders. Assure them other modes of living and they will cease to barter slave with the tribes that exchange ivory. "That the Arabs have been invited to the slave trade by the natives; that they prefer ivory, and frequently take slaves only ss the alternative; that the natives more at the hands of each other of the Arabs; that the great traffic most horrible features of the same sow essentially African and the interior are facte testified to by Burton, Baker, JUringstone and Stanley. The slave trade is in my opinion an African, not b Arab question, and while stories have been published of horrors and pillage committed by Arabs at the south wad of Lake Tanganyika and the north cad of Lake Nyanv.a they were untrue ate exaggerated. The depredations were committed by the Wawemba and tribe after the departure CagM-an:Arab trader, who kept peace them." San Francisco Chron- ' -- i OiMfhial M rl. them was demoralized, there' no use denying it , and weak and sick I cat there until my friend, alarmed by the 8. O. K. return riderlea to the ranch, hitohed up his team and came down the rm r hunting for me Forest and .Stream. sr sum I It is a ' Maary. known that Macau ar mem-mwas pi igi B He could ps from the Inutesc dv of fci.dlish hi .cry or jHographv to a discussion of the compar-.neri- i of difVn ardent orators, tn& epeat whole lUwplUH from the Greek dramatists. He could rehearse ever,, word of every article he bad writ- ew 1 or irwrtut prompting. I r . ' rj bank -- box Capital Paid in. - Surplus. - - $1 - 5,008 7,500 It occurred at a rear window in the LOO.F.. CRESCENT LODGE U sswlsr ..clock m SOLID VESTIBULE TRAINS sec- ); Paid on Tim n J S.Tin ond story. The flames had been extinOepotit. guished with trifling damage, but the house wa full of smoke. BANK. Suddenly a woman tottered to the open window. In her arm she held a bundle, tightly clasped to her bosom. It was in Dtes. white wrapping. (Quickly the crowd of people in the yard below saw the woman. Unitwl States Depository. Qreat clouds of smoke whirled about her head in suffocating volume, and the crowd called Uwn her to jump. . st 1 H ., . CAPITAL, She but extended the buste FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS SURPLUS. at arm's length, from which at that mo10,000 ON ALL TRAINS. ment there came a faint cry. It wa lutereit Paid on Time Orpo.it.. liaby" voire. ' Save my child f hwjIaMd the woman. J. E. Doolt. Prid.nt. to all Taaoccs Tiaih. Instantly a blanket was procured and L. B. Adm., W. N. Shilling. imciu Milium men In Id its conn rv Vic Prident, Chi.r. For rortser lntormattoo oonocrDlni thli "Drop it!'1 they shouted. ppl7 to any Ticket Atent, or tddr tin, W. roBBT. Wakbbn With her face averted' the agonized Wat, V. Hblfbicb, OKO. W. VALLEKY, Prid.nt. Caiste. and imperilled inothor let the baby fall. Tbeo. Robisos, and HanKgn. Down the little one fluttered flfcs a white winged, wounded bird, with the despair iug cry of "Mamma" upon its lips. ' Lightly it ftrnck the blanket, and a moment later it wa tukeu up safe and i sound, but sobbing, by a motherly lookOK OGDKN, UTAH. ing woman in the throng. It requirtMl but a few minutes to raw : $200,000. a ladder am) rescue the self sacrificing mother from her MfttaM position and CURRENT TIME TABLE restore her dimpled darling to her arms. MftEt TORS: In BtetJsa-1H91. This touching rescue was loudly W. Corey, R. A. Wells, Sidney Stevens Warren cheered by the sympathetic spectators. C. E. Wurtele.H. H. Saucer. Thoe.Caho.in, No. 4. New York Herald. S. S. Schramm. Ad. Knhn. Theo.RobinsoD east tea WAnr. Atlantic Denver, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Lincoln, im NATIOM Un, St. Joseph, Omaha. wtifij coidualli invited to attesd. F. A. Dili F. Lawi. Bee. -- "c I. O. XAEp ALL1SOM Office, over , Whissss sssaawj k Odd Fei- Hat!. TM..)-firt- b street, awjooruit broturn in food tasdinc cdiaUy invitvd tu attend. ('. 8. Rapp, X. (i. Johv BBaoaBAW Sec. k aafwag 0.DEN - .i .M Bank, comer of twenty-fourt- street, h No. .4r-- VsSSSISWal aveune ATTORNEY-AT-LA- 38 Twenty-fbort- street. Ogden, Ctah. b KtNSFXlRU SMITB kMITH A MILITANT, 0. 0. F. Leu, i COZURDELION LODGE, OODEN, CTAH. The above society will hold its meetings ju Knights of Pythias hall. Twenty fourth street. vo.T Standard buildingi every Thursday evenseven sharp, until further noing at half tice. Application forms may be obtained from r. Percx A. Cook, SMI, Washington avenue. jjvuiuiu uiiii 111 I . hi i. in o 1L i .el. ist R. HE V WOOD. Office. i. Clerk- RICHARD ATTORNEY-aT-LA- Jj NO PATRIARCH SONS OF ST. (iEORGE. hlJEK 4 OB S. BOKEMaN, Office, Osden. Utah. (. Sbead. K. I'tah National ..!..yiv.ni Ocdea, Utah. K. G Meets every Tuesday and Friday evenings Odd Kello Hall. Members invited. F. W. Captain JIMRALL ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW- I in.,ba. UNION LODGENO 6. L M. . O. . 4VMIS S. klUSALL. A ALL1S4 J NO. 13 Howdai nvchr OddFeUowe Hail. Tweaty '! I HC. HI". FLOW, fioidit. JOHN A. HOYI.K. Vir Prident A. P. BloELOW. Criur. ollt. Lltmu. L ' Hahjr fro at Dvatk. During a small tenement house tire on the eaM side there was a thrilling incident that wa not chronicled at the time. Prarticea in the District 4 oart and all the courts. Personal ttestioa siren eollertiiau. htiilil-il- . kemen.ber the lace, in Pefr)' H. .irveuvell A Brue.. neai n.. ' hop uf l i TaeLtj-fvurttreet, laylen, I' tali. P. O. ao-de- OGIEX. UTAH. B. W. rEBCIYAL J. 3ABBATT. Presi.iei.v HaBBT OlLLETT. Secretary. 2374 Wash Ave. SMITH. SMITH, ATTORNEEYS-Al-LAW- . d, Office, roomh Bauk buildiuir. Our Famous Dining Cars iee-P- Rio Grande Western Railway. STANDARDtAUGE. CITIZENS' BANK CAPITAL, 1 Aiiv.rtlMi Your Advertising ithe legitimate coadjutor of any legitimate business. No one 06CH jMition or wt of men has it monuBoly of it When hy any cimIo of couiiiioli sciiw. properly wed und developed to its capa--itfor giHid it is as hunorahlo and as dig ninVd in Its application to the profession as it is to tlm merchant, manufacturer, publish.".-- playwright, the artist or th pulpit. Like anything else, it can be pat (0 Wrong ends; but that should not iMiveilisiii as a proper factor fur good puvposi s. As well denounce religion btente there ten hypoorito, or oon-te- n trhte M a drink bscSDSS men are drowned in the bay. Rsoins raaOah and disreputable inenibers of the profession have invoked its aid does not limit its usefulness when put to good ends. The professional man must, in the beginning of his practice, bend his energies to building up a large circle of acquaintances. In the ordinary course of events, and following the usual habits of all professional men, he is obscure for the first ten years of his practice. After that time, if fortune favors him, he rises with more or less rapidity to a position which is at ouce profitable and honorable. A. L. Teele in Printers' Ink. , A Delicate Uurttlou. During a lull in the court proceeding at Anburn the other day. Sheriff Lamb propounded a legal question based on an actual occurrence recently in East Two neighbors in that town own rams. One of the rains jumped over the fence into the field of the neighbor and while there injured one of the cattle which was grazing in the field. The neighbor caught ths' ram and tied him in the bam where his own ram was tied. As he happened to give him too much slack rope the ram got at the more securely tied ram belonging to the man who had tied him and killed him. After having performed this feat be managed, through the extra amount of rope, ta get so entangled as to get hanged by the neck until he was dead. The legal question involved was as ta who should pay for ths rani the neighbor who, by letting his ram loose, caused all the trouble, or the neighbor who, by tying him in the barn so carelessly, caused the death of both animals. Bangor News. Mai) 1. Oiden ArriTelSlt Lkf Leave Salt Lake Arrive Provo Leave Provo Arrive (ireen River Leave Hreen River Arrive Grand Junction Leave Hranri Junction Arrive tilenwood Spri'gs. Arrive Leailville AriivePneblo 11:4" a p. t Ar. 'olo. Springs Arrive Denver Denver ' 'olo. Spring Hpri'ffs-(iran- Junction. 1, ami Jnuction. rtreen River (ireeu River ii . . :) a. p. p. p. 4:45 p 6K)0 p. Provo Prov( Salt Lake Salt Lake Ocden m m m m m in m in m No. 3. Pacific F.xpress. 9:30 a. m SOS 12:20 p. m 11 :10 1 :: p. m 11 :25 p. m' 5:55 IBJ 2 :.V2 a ,10:40 4 a 2:10 2:15 4:40 a. 5:50 s. 8:50 2:50 3:10 4:30 P WO a. !S:3S a f 4.1 a 9:S0 a. IM) n VJII p 2 BS a . IBs a 6:45 n. D. No. 1, Pacific Mail Pueblo P in p. m 11:30 p. m 11 ;ft p. m .:VI p. WEST BOt'XD TEAINS. Leailville (ilenwood 8:M S:40 p. 1 :lt) a. 6:20 a. 1 an p. 1 :: p. 4 Bt D. , . Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive a. :50 eao p m p in p. m a m a. m p. IT p. m p. m p. in 12:20 a. m 12:20 a. m 1:45 a m 2 00 a. m 300 a m LOCAL TRAINS. 00 Leave Oirden, DEN AND m. SALT LAKE. S210 a. ra.. 3:30 p.m., Returnin arrive Ogden 12 :30 p. m., m. 3K .R:45 6 a, in. p. p BINGHAM. Leave Salt Lake, 8:25 a. m., returning, arrive Salt Lake, 5:30 p.m. AND TSOVO, SPEIXUVILLB THISTLE. Leave Offden 3:30 p, m returninir, arrive Ogrieu 12:1 p. m, 1). C. IKlDttE. J. H. BENNETT, AMERICAN FOEK, (ten. Manager. (ren. Pas. Aft. Utah Centrai Railway (Shrt Line to Park City. THE PANORAMIC LINE OF Ti WEST. and - Collector John Bluth. Attorney L. R. Boser. Sheriff (iilbert R. lielnap. Coroner Marshal Allen. Surveyoe R. W. Faris. Superintendent of District Scools Jos. P -- ry taaoatCT OFFICERS fibst OGDES ntEcmcT. Justice of the Peace E. A. McBaniel. ('.instable- - E. V. A. Koch. SECOND TREINCT. Jnatice of .the Peac- e- B. Terues. CousUble-P- hil Ford. THIBD OODEN Justice of the Peace Conatble-- Perrin. O. Sullivan. D. FOURTH TBAtrg. 7 B0 . m 4:00 a. m 12 B0 p. m 3.-4p. m Twelve anburbn train daily between Salt Lake City nd Mill Creek ami swar House. All people going to Park City will find it to their interest to take thi line. Office and Depot : Corner 8th South and Main street. Salt Lake City. T. J. Mackintosh, ti. F. and P. A. First National AND SURGEONS Am London. FCBLISHED AND FOB SALE BI Royal College of Surgeons. England ; Fellow Society Arts and Science, London. Formerly iiuarantine officer and for New Zealand ami Melbourne,superintendent Victoria. Address or call at CKTi Washington Ave, rp . DENTISTS. R. SNOWDEN, GEORGE W. JONES, Member th of American Asocition. Ticket 4i1 Real Est.HteMort'ge,short Option Contract Lease Bond for Deed Discharge of Mortgage 450 375 MO 50 100 500 3 51 Trust C. A. ENGINEERS. TCSH. 'pUSH & E, W FAR IS, FABI. CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS. Plans, specifications and estimates prepared and work superintended. Maps, plats, tracings blue prints, etc., etc.. executed on short notice. 8 and 4, Vnion block. Fourth Street, Ogden. Utah. No. hot water Twenty ;162 heater i Administrator's Bond 125 Executors' Bond 300 Letters of Guardianship 376 Order Appointing Hearing.. 501 Testimony of 502 Testimony of Applicant 379 Order appointing Adm'r commissioner's court blanks. ' 475 Summons 478 Sheriff's Sale. 70 Constable's Sale 377 Order for Deft to appear and show cause 78 Citation for Gurnishe 2 Affidavit for Citation for (iarnishee 572 Writ of Execution A ffidapt for Claim and Delivery personal property Undertaking on Cla'itn and Delivery of personal propertv Undertaking for Return to Deft, Claim and Delivery" personal property Complaint on Claim and Delivery personal property 525 520 77 MINING HARRISYILLE PRECJUCT. 325 350 Rawon, B. Carver. B1VEBDALE PBECINCT. ah MISCELLANEOUS Justice of the Peace Richard Dye. Constable John Parker. iiSs CrSTAH rREClNCT. 377 tkawawBsV -- PBECINCT. Peace-Const- able Plumbing and Gas Fitting IN AXL Justice of the Peace W. H. Criadall. Constable (ieorge H. May cock. DOYLE & ITS BBANCHES. HALVERS0N, Washington Ave. Call and get prices. PBZCTNCT. F. Ralversoo. HOOPBB PBECrNCT. Jnstiee of the Peace James Johnson. Constable Francis M. Bel nap. Broker's - -. .'liC Twenty-flft- k Bought. Sold and ALL TICKETS Street Telephone 201 SwwttaaWi,rsotTIlol aaaiaW DHI TkiiTinTikwtouhi , JiZT i ww. m w a Ul'AR-ANTKE- A A A A A A A A nd Wood Casket and sL"u, ' "krt Coffins SpM,al Attention to Embalming nd Preparing Bodies forpaid Order Shipment. ZL DV telfwrarih - nmmMli. tx ..... .. n.... i ii i...... UBiv j i ii w. rat-cla-ss the only fl Hearse in the city. Telephone No. 11S Pianofnite ;. aAnoooi . ' Wi:iiliT vmvtmop. j Tickets A -- i.i'FF nfrsurt tout. - haAu te. r. nnisiMw. SWlMSk walk MlN.IM, 9 and Repairing. OF fll!rkHllii 1 viiw WKTii . ww oj,lu..W arna mipicas CO.. auFFAAO, Tuning EDGAR F. WAITE. FOR MEN ONLY! to all points. A And Funeral Director ILSON PBECIXCT. Jnstiee of the Peace- P. P. Bingham. Constable Daniel N. Drake. WBtVeBEB PBECINCT. Jnstiee of the Peace J. W. Hurt. Constable -- Joseph Hogge. Railroad and Steamship Ralro9t A UNDERTAKER LTSNB PBBCTXCT. Jnstiee of tlie Peace Peter L, Sherner. Constable June Harrop. W A A S. M. PRESHAW, MARRIOTT PRECTNCT. on A A Chattel Mortgage C 325 Marriage Certificate A Promissory Notes, Books of 50 and 100. Receipts, Bootes of 50. Rent Receipts, Books of 100. Drafts, Books of 100. Other Blanks constantly being added to the above list. Justice of the Peace-- .lame Hutchin. Constable John J. H melons. Justice of the Peace-SimConstable Caleb Parry. A BLANKS. Official Bond and Oath 75 Justice of the Peace Timothy Kendall. Constable Byron L. Bybee. Wilson Poulter. A A A A BLANKS. Mining Deed Notice of Location of Claim . Proof of Labor Power of Att'y to Locate and Sell 400 401 PLATS C1TT PBBC1NCT. Justice of the Peace Justice of the Deed 1 Justice of the Peace James Storey. Conatable James Doamer. Constable-Josi- .fj M AT A A A B C A A Assignment of Mortgage Bill of Sule 10 PEECrxcT. (4. A DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. The Most improved and Economical Heater iu the Market, Justice ( 'onstable John (iouid. am f "rm . EDEN FBECntCT. of the Peace E. B. Frore'r. Peace-Willi- . 8ub-Vitnes- CIVIL -- Wbat the Sailor Men Kat. Time ar changed now on board hips. When I was a boy before the in .. I had to take a tin pannikin and pot tc tb galley, get a lump of tongh salt horse, u pot of weak tea and molasses and eat wherever I had a show. Nowad lys the sailors have a boy to wait on them, get canned roast beef and spud every other day and the Iwst of salt lieef and pork. If the coffee aint strong enougn or sweet enough they growl at the otAii. Interview with Cspt. hanuett. 571 . PROBATE COURT BIAXKS. PBECINCT. Justice of the t'onstable- - James H. Taylor. CT.ASS. Deed, Rhort form. Warranty Deed, long form . Quit claim Deed DENTIST. Office. 242" Washington avenue over Horrork A Sons store. Teeth without plates and saving No teeth or roots too natural teeth a bail to be saved by tilling or crowning. Special attention given to children's teeth. OODEN PRECINCT OODEN BIASKS. ."0 Warranty wi(h general practice, give attention to diseases tiecnliar to females JMnN diseases of thegenito urinarV organs, diseases of tin rectum, vii. : Piles, fistula, fissure and ulceration : diseases of the ear. nose, throat and chest. Consultation free. Office over PostTjflice. Telephone Jrt). CO., Washington Avenue. Ogden. Ctah NO. Justice of the Peace- - Angus McKay. Constable (ieorge E. Ferrin. NOBTH ITBIJSBIXG COMMERCIAL 2404 COSVKVANOING rOTTlMiHAM.. 'PHYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST. t THE A. In connection Justice of the Peace Val (iiueon. Constable H. E. Steel. HINT-LL- LEGAL BLANKS in Surgery, L. S. SURGEON-ACCOUCHEU- mm PBEC1NCT. A. 87, Doctor in Medicines, Master Rooms OODEN RLATEBVILLE SA10. ra 4:00 p. m 10:30 a m 6 :30 p. ra VBEIOBT inlee - Robert W. I ross. Selectmen Lewis W Shurtlifl, John Pincock. Fred Foy. Clerk J. P. Ledwidge. Recorder John (.. Tyler. Assessor Edwin lij. Treasurer John A. Boyle, , PEEASAST V1BW PBECINCT. rAMKNQEB TBATNfl. Leave Salt Lake Leave Park City Arrive at Park City Arrive at Salt Lake waamconm officers. .1 BANESVILLE On ami after October W, 1880, passenger f reibt train will rnn as follow : Leave Salt Lake Leave Park City Arrive t Prk City t Salt Lake Arriv )R and THOS. S. Bl'LMER. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Probate 3N, 36 PHYSICIANS Kxpres. 1 :4S 8:40 a. . ; . wm mil iy W. U. Meets ever; Tarsd) eveuvc a: I Jb. tutu b;vilt-- r eurdiaJly uith4 to attend. M. W. J, F. ( .FXL6as. kWA r. Finer, im I !trl:onr OrwM. tor ABHLAJSb' . mm 0. A, . ; tm null- - LOlAiE SO. a. j,'10tUTi V. WITH v r WARREN 2376 MERCANTILE COMPANY. Wasiangton Ave.. Ogden.