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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OUDKX DAILY CO.MMKKCiAL: SATl'KDAV, Y1LO BIHWELL'S AvEivil IU4 Hiiu "il Watts U'UUISG. LtLd l i'iiaas. Aa4i-j- ;ai4 Ml "I 12: J- - . Mo!i-re- f jouJ-i'jkLiij- d tr of Weetteid, J dai-pe- Ma&L, came oo tie scene with a lor.s putm and eutiidect smiW. at oat cuaclutlttd Hu.' pwecta tLtt Artiur s the desirable swain, atd Susie must Lave beea led to thick-- s.1, too, for she qutciiiy gave Iid-ue- il the mitten." But tLat youcg u.an oul Jnt yield the held to hi rival a struggle. lie went to the Warrena, father aca eon, an J a&gured thc-u- i that l.e bad a trunk full of letter froai Sus.e Adaoia in which ahe plevd to him her uudyir,t affection. Thereupon the Warrens, ia order to rid themselves of Bid- ell's aUentioca, had him arretted and thrust into the lockup, charging that he is insane. But MJo turned the tables oi :.is accusers, comjeliing the authorities j release him from durauee, and now he has sued the Warrens, asking elO.GW on account of his imprisonment. To convince the world that Susie really did love hini intensely before young Warren croeted his patu, he presents a batch of letters, which, he the young lady w rote to hitu in the last twelve months and which are are tilled with endearing expressions. Both the Adamses and the Bidwells, so their neighbors affirm. are among the first folks of Collinsville." ah-ou- t t-- s, Liebisr International Institute. The old surgeon of above Institute will be at the Broom Hotel, Ogden, Feb. 'i"th and 'JCth; at Clift House, ialt Lake, February 27th and 28th for the purpose of examining and contracting with all requiring braces, appliances or apparatus for deformities or ailments requiring surgical operations. Special attention to the eyes, ears and reproductive organs, hip joint disease, curvature of spine, etc Wants the Minbst er Arrested. IIackettstown, F. J., Feb. 20. Jacob Cruiser of Hope, a village about ten miles from here, is a widower with no children, but he is 52 years old. He was very attentive to Bertha, the of Garrett Howell, a farmer living just out of the Bertha is a very pretty girl village. well-to-d- o with roe cheeks, black sparkling eyes, rounded figure. She went with him . everywhere, despite the wishes of her parents, who were greatly opposed to her marrying a man old enough to be her grandfather. She was persistent, t however. When her father finally forbade Cruiser entering the house, she managed to see him on the sly. This continned until Saturday, February 14, when,, she slipped away and went with her lover to Marks-lrwhere they were married by the Rev. Mr. Burke. Farmer Howell is furious, and he has obtained' a warrant for the Rev. Mr Burke's arrest for marrying his daughand-we- ll o, ter illegally. Fell Into a Fiery Furnace." Pittsburg, Feb. 27. Willie Herron, aged 9 years, was playing marbles with several other lads on top of Rand's coke at McDonald's Btation. yesterday afternoon, and stepped backward. He fell into one of the mouths of the ovens, and from there into the fiery furnace beneath. His comrades gave a cry of terror. The ovens had been freshly charged, and it was impossible to do nnvt.hinir at the mouth or the oven, iron bars Strong men with picks and worked hard until they had torn down the walls of the ovens and scattered the fire. There was little left of the boy. His clothes were all gone, and his body vcaa shrivelled mass of cinders. Rffnrts have been made repeatedly to keep the boys away from the ovens, but at this season tney gainer mere nmo it, k warm and drv and make the dan gerous surface a convenient place for playing marbles and other games. Dr. Liebis & Co., of San Francisco. wij , TiW 1 1 a tacap Itraik. m tll y ju rll kuown Uiry," iaysk-ian- . fcai J Dr. R-t- n justmiiijiii g. l.ert In- vS tt-- it I. AJtiy is Urir Lk Lrsl iL rviu.6 cur ulivUiJ L.4t br.i, rel;t in JiB 2, 1S3!. IDELAY NO LONGER ! I std. anu, aLouid, i J weak ai-- pit kuc ry eiiicg c. lUiri, nu.ef ig aaa i Or. M.iW Ux-- on Heart heart Jr.j-y, d L.B-- i and Nervous d,ar6oi f fr- - 11 equaled Xes- Heart Cur is 4i aad L puarattee.1 ly IL A. Walker. AIaj , - eriii lor lirtlorauv , Win. Harcombe's tta, chis, cpitai Lra-h- cprees, but tlakhes, habit, etc. JACEED HEAET ACAUEXV. Ojdeu, Utab. ( otiilucted by tha Sistrr of the Holy Crw. Is a boarding ted day school devoted to the education of our.g ladies and little girls. In addition to a thorough practical Krlitih course and in Uot-- kxepicg. type Latin, claw w riting and sliort hand are coed uctd after th latest approved niethods. French and GeruianneopttonslstuJ.es. Beside the elementaof drai ing which are taught in all the classes, private pupils in the studio receive instruction la crayon, pastel, painting in od and water colors, on China auk, satin and k Offer. Exceptional uiiiiiiMiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiim velvet. In the musical department lessons are given in vocal music, and on piano, guitar, organ, violin, mandolin harp, and i zither. Special clasaea in art, music, fancy work, etc, have been formed for ladies residing in the city. For further particulars apply to Sister Superior, Ugden. Utah. 1 Aniiouumnent. nnmiittuiiiitriiiiutititiiiiiiiiiiiiutuiniiimitiuiiuuiiutHiniuiuitiutiuii'iniitnMiiiuuuuttiiituiiuu From now until March first will bo made a "CJLEiVIl UP" occasion with us, with moving prices on everything. For these few days you may revel in luxuries and necessaries, stripped of every thingbut the intrinsic worth yourSown need or desire places upon them. Choice tailor-mad1 suits and overcoats, fine hats, shoes, umbrellas i and all the choice necessities required by every gentleman areon our counters at 25 to 30 per cent, discount, including all, our high-clas- s goods.S IDo you want them! The public is informed that undertaking parlors are fully equipped with a large and select stock of burial cases and caskets. A full lice of ladies' gents' and children's robes. All calls promptly attended Jo day or night. Ric-Ley'-s To meet frequent calls for mining blanks, The Commerce l has printed and lias on hand for sale the following: notice of location of mining claim, proof of labor performed, power of attorney to locate and sell and mining deed. e furnish-ingllgood- s, Sodden Deaths. Heart disease is by far the moat fre quent cause ot suauen ueatn, wnicn in three out of four cases is unsuspected. The symptoms are not generally understood. These are: a habit of lying on the right side, short breath, pain or distress in side, back or shoulder, irregular pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in stomach, swelling of anklea or dropsy, oppression, dry cough, and smothering. Dr. M.les illustrated book on Heart Diseases, free at H. A. Walker who sell and guarantee Dr. Miles un equalled New Heart Cure, and his liestorative .Nervine, which cures ner vousness, hadache, sleeplessness, effects ot drinking, etc. It contains no opiates. 3 I Witi. Harcombe, Editor MeCormkk, favorably known throughout the Pacific coast, gives his experience. PoRTtAwn. Ore.. March 20. Having tried the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea, Tlie Sulkr Man. r we bear witness to its beneIf the temper Is a sullen or sulky one, ficialcheerfully in affections of the urinary agency its malignant character is apparent; organs. It is simple, sale and sure; it is probably he has some little cause for easily taken and restores healthy vital talcing offense, or he has at least an op ity to the organs it is intended to operate portunity for imagining that he has been upon with assured success. S. J. M tjop.scrcx slighted. He persuades himself that Editor Catholic Sentinel. some one has been wanting in the affection or respect which is his due. He feels Death From Kidney Disease himself insulted, injured; and he has not Is the unfortunate and untimely end magnanimity enough to pass over the matter without taking care that the ing of thousands of the American people slight offered should be expiated by suf- annually. Oregon Kidney Teaor is guar rudney fering. His self love demands that some anteed to cure all rorms one should suffer; and the suffering of troubles. Take it in time. the victim although he might be shocked "Take it Before Breakfast." to think.so and might refuse to believe and Because it will give you an appetite, it affords him a certain satisfaction retrulate the bowels and cleanse the sys a certain pleasure. When the offender has been made to tem of all impurities. Dr. Henley's Engfeel that it is no light matter to neglect lish Dandelion Tonic. Sold everywhere. the comfort of the ill tempered man, ot to prefer any other interasts to his, when OGDEX CITY RAILWAY CO. he or she has been made thoroughly miserable, the sulky man is appeased; he is perhaps even penitent; his demon has & I Jvf been gratified, and is no longer hungry. UgQeil CC HOI Opilllgb IV ine laci inao iue uu lemper, wim ik symptoms of black looks or harsh words HEALTH RESORT CO. or sullen silence, was maintained until the suffering of the victim became evi dent is enough to show that sulkiness is Street and Hot reallv a much worse kind of fault than Between Twentv-fiftSprings, taking effect Thursday, people generally imagine. Chambers' 22, 1891. 2473 A man widely and Washington Avenue,-Ogden- . s I I I World Dispensary, corporated 1847. at-fe- s It !fectJ- ttuttrr 8eairk. PV ) rvrlr time Stable h January GOING NORTH. w Health is 9 A. M. A. M. A. M. 7:50 9:00 10:10 11:20 6:30 8:02 9:15 10:25 11:35 7:02 8:14 9:30 10:40 11:50 7:05 8:15 9:35 10:45 11:55 7:15 8:25 7:40 8:50 10:10 11:20 P. M. P. P. M. P. M. M. A. M. I M. 12:45 1:55 3:05 4:15 5:25 6:35 7:45 8:55 10:12 12:30 1:40 2:50 4:00 5:10 6:20 7:30 8:40 10:00 ' 1:00 2:10 3:20 4:30 5:40 6:50 8:00 9:10 10:24 9:45 1053 P. M. p2:05 L13 2:25 3:35 1:05 2:15 3:25 4:35 5:45 6:55 8:05 9:15 : 4:43 -r Braix Tbrat- n. r. Wi Kesvc asd a guaranteed rpociUc for Ryuttria, 5:55 7:05 8:15 9:25 , Kits, Nervous Seuraliria, Convulsions, Headache, Xrrvona Prostrntiou cansed by the nse of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental IJepresston, aoltemu or lue nram TTOiiiinK in insanity and leaiuni; to misery, decay ana of death. Premature Old Aire. Barrenness, Power in either sex, Involuntary Losses and tuo of over exertion caused by Spermatorrhoea e Each box or brain, contains one month's treatment, $1.00 a box, or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid, on receipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case. With each order received by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will send the purchaser ur written (fuarantee to re fund the money u tne treatment uoes not enoct Guarantees issued only by H. A. a cure. Walker. Dmeirist Sale Agt.. 371 Twenty-fourt- h St.. Oadeu. Utah. GOIKG SOUTH. --I s;-- SET 2.1 5 A.M A. M.4 A. M. j A. M. 7:05 8:15 8:10 9:3" 9:35 10:40 10:15 1150. 11:55 ' -- I z i A. M. A. M. 7:17 8:27 70 8:40 Skookam Ioot flair Groutep. Grows Hair Rapidly. Eradicates Dandruff. ,Q Factor v and Salesrooms, 2327 WALL AVENUE, OGDEN. Is a Preventive of Baldness. Grows Hair on Bald Heads. Is an Exquisite WILL CONTINUE Toilet Article. Is Free from all coloring matter. ( Trade mark rtgirtered.) Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Poisons It is an honest and merlorioH -- SkoobQ Root Hair TILL- MARCH 1st. THE- - preparation. Nature's Own Remedy. lm Great Special Clearance Sale Go. NEW YORK. Fop Sat. by alt Deugglsts. AT COST. TIIE German " Largest Confectionery Manufacturers ii Utah. Stops Falling Hair. The following is a story told by an old 7:40 8:00 to Samuel Adams Drake, and 9:00 9:20 sailor 9:50 10:05 in Tha be appreciated equally by those 10:10 10:30 should -ex 11:00 11:15 iil nnrannallv superintend tail nf all diseased persons de- - who love and those who loathe "the 11:20 11:40 P. M. P. M. ;incr n nnntmct to be cured by Dr. thing thev call the sea:" P. M. P. M. P. M I P. M. " 'Most alius makes more or less folks -- J,. Liebig & Co., viho will visit Utah and "12:10, 12:25 ffioAa nt, the Broom Hotel. Ogden, unwell, the motion does. We had two 12:30 12:50 ho 1:20 . 1:35 1:05 1:00 TToknini- - STith and 26th. and nt Clift gents abord of rts last trip. One of 'eia 2:45 2:30 2:15 2:10 1:10 2:00 WALTER BKAND, PRO. Rnit. Luke. February 27th and was a ' ' Hnn he done 3:55 3:40 2:25 3:20 2:30 3:10 lawyer. My grief, wasn't 23eh 189L 6:05 4f50 4:35 4:20 "' 4:30 4:00 np, thouah! A CLKAJf NEAT, 6:15 6:00 5:45 5:40 a bit. There he sot, 5:10 5:30 wasn't "Tother Moiiei to Loan! 7:25 7:10 C:50 6:55 miiokin'. as calm an a kitten. He w as a 6:20 6:40 8:20 8:35 OYSTER AND SHORT ORDER HOUSE 8:05 8:00 frnv tn lruiri on Diamonds, Watches, 7:50 7:30 for high-u- p jedge, goin' down to hold court. 9:30 945 9:15 9:10 9:00 8:40 Jewelry, etc. Unredeemed pledges he. ' I for Can do anything yon? says St 10:33 10:26 10:20 10:10 sale cheap. 204 and 206, Twenty-hft- h 9:30 " 'es,' gasped the seasics one, '1 wUn Sunday Dinner from 4 to ( p. m. ' Trains will begin running at 8:00 a. m, Read the Sunday Commercial. Sub f oar honor would everrule this motion.' I243G on Sundays. GUAJfTAYE, OGDEN, t Youth's CotuDanion. scribe now. nld Physician who graduated Importers and Jobbers. Ixs 4.-0- - fA , Distzi-ne- MES'T. P. M. 12:30 1:40 2:50 5:10 6:20 :7:30 8:40 9:50 Wealth! WHOLESALE '3. na71 9 A. M. A. iiiiimiiiHimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimuiiiiuiwiiHim 2? . LUjbigr J IV. tit .rW llrTt ij Lotuzd. aiid A petition signed by thousands of the residents of Utah has been received by the oldest and most successful European specialists tha1 they should grant the residents of Utah an opportunity to consult with the old Doctor himself, who graduated in 1843 andas is known the most all over the world Hlrillfid. learned and capable special ists. February 25 and 26 at Broom Journal. Hotel, Ogden and Clift House, Salt Lake Canine Fidelity. February 27 and 28, are the days appointed. We are wont to regard the dog as the Irish Horses. perfect embodiment of fidelity, and on the whole the good opinion of his char world whole may the is that it Why acter has been justified. , The saying of be defied to beat a good Irish horse for the German pessimist that he would . the hunting field? Sir Richard Green cease to believe in truth but for the asIt surance of his dog's eye is a striking Price has an answer to the question. to is that the Irish hunter is brought up tribute to the species. But even Ouida be handy. Irish gates are few and far herself, one supposes, would hardly or banks to jump between, and he has claim this excellence for every member walls for his daily living before he is of the canine family. We are apt to even weaned. He is, moreover, handled and when young he is forget that the instinct of attachment regularly seldom overbitted or overridden be- was developed comparatively late in the fore he comes into the market i Finally history of the species. The dog is by from the nature of the aoil he has bona, aafcure unattached and vagrant, and only size and constitution qualities which becomes attached and faithful by an inwhen the higher feeding fusion of human grace. Hence the comi rarely fail-hiof an English stable puts a finish on his cal spectacle one sometimes sees in the form and manners. Sir Richard assures streets a well meaning but misguided us that there is no fear that Ireland is youth attempting to keep a loosely in of hunters. going to tail us in the matter has con- clined pup close to his heels. And not A recent tour ot inspection of the species appear to vinced him that she is breeding them a few members in remain this and nnregenerate state in excellence in greater every year v mature years. Cornhill Magazine. abundance. Chicago News. The rrt Ul ttja luect T not a maa, fcur 1j I brliev in f'jf the thirl or t oarth tiia in car l.t I was tvtxl by a irwii'jnn. 1 got aboard car Xa, el. on the Sutt strwrt lin, at the ferry, to ride op to civ usual I office, to tbe forward Mil of the car, txk a seat ia the corner with my bank tj the Jnver, and, pulling a paper from tux pocket, was deeply enitrooeed in the new. Suddenly smue-tuii- ij sai 1 to lae, tiy t the other end ct the car.' 'Arties on iiupaL I changed my seat, and to rapl were my movement that the other rUsoeu;jers in the car noticed theui. ruber, I was sitting in the first place with uiy back to the driver. I was paying no attention to and the anything bat my newsj-sjier- . premonition, if I may ixj call it, could not have come from any outside influ ence, each as seeing approach: danjje-r- ; but, tir, I had not been in tny new eat iwjTv than five seconds when the tongue of a heavy loaded wagon crushed through the Eide of the car jnst where I had been first teated, and had I uot changed my seat my back would have been broken by the wagon tongue. "Ai I said," continued the doctor J am not superstitions, hut the incident 1 have just related, taken in connection with other incidents of a similar nature occurring in my life, make me believe in spite of myself that there is a 'divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hethem how we will.' " In answer to a question as to what similar warning or premonition of danger he had ever received, Dr. Molier said: "Well, ont time I was riding on the Michigan Central railroad. It wan a bitter cold night, and when I entered the car my feet seemed frozen. I walked forward and took a seat next to the stove in the forward part of the car, putting my feet on the fender. In a short time a gentleman changed his seat and came and sat beside me. The train was running at a high rate of speed, and the draught soon made the heater id the car red hot. Suddenly there came to me a premonition of danger, and turning to my companion I said: 'If wc should meet with an accident, a collision, for instance, you and I would be in a bad place. We would certainly be hurled on that red hot stove.' "At the same instant, and before my seat mate could reply, the impulse to grasp the end of the seat came upon me so strong I could not resist it, and hard ly had my fingers closed upon the rail of the seat when there came a crash, and the car we were ia was thrown violently from the track. I clung to the seat, and my companion, when thrown forward, narrowly missed the stove. My position in the seat was such that had I been pitched headlong as he was I could not have missed the heater. A brokea rail caused the accident, but what caused me to grasp the seat as I did I would like to know." San Francisco Chronicle. r tljJUriL Lix U I Cure has iwrt 1 le lieu-if&mj4 ULpurUAt. M 2?. Llo Haetfolu, Coca, til, jtuuej etas tif tL rural haslet of CoiliviUe, is Laving a Lard time loving pretty Lttle Suai AJaas ti the tame village. Evrfithiur went smoothly until lLIr tvuruLip, Mil uttJ 22 year-olAr- thur niffw. eon of a rkb UifcEuraetur- F-U- ir strike. tratetr.Kki Tke tL BY PKESEVTiViXTS. SAVED FElilil AUV -- Kestaurant, Potnan One-rnc- e AT- Mi 09 House 366 24th Street, Ogden. Utah. the Time or PlaceL Pnrwt rinnt v 5 AVl'V "