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OtiDKN OAILV COMMKKCUL: SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1851. The vnet it a w3 know rasirtwe ia JVejtfjiTaaia u -- palatal erring Lis fc the pttiirftaary, trial feia al-tura4 uao a achoul boaae. TIM ruiST For bu&xtta The great fork; SEWS. five locaUos, e PuiJBta. from Prero yes C A. littie returned Whosiaa saythelawscf this coun- terday. Nw excaratkiu are bcicg started all try are rztarun ,1 over our kifcgic suburb. Bfcer? Mr. Jay Godl as fiaed $250 TLe regular ekJy ball given last titlj lx A reporting whes he was teiucg at Cooka LaJ passed u3 ptets- temmocxd fjf jury duty, and he had to fcL!y ith a large atleodanue. A riser piaoe for a summer resort could not L found anyahere than at of nue Harm lake about thePuinla. girls to go out there froa Our arteaiaa wells are attracting coa- let and marry them. Before ak- from lb pubbc irb they duot know to com and ndrUeveryattention are aeeking day strangers Nearly hem thee ba-- heloo should pooder the mineral extract mhich several words of Hamlet. "Rather bear hare already proscribed tor their ills we have than fly to others that pabeo! to drink. WedeU was in Salt Lake City W. we know not of." yesterday. He returned to oar magte last evening and emphatically staled Lord Salutary has taken a large con- city that the attraction of grantarion centers M tract on his hands. He tiai protniwd the at this placet the home and mother of British nation that his new royal future prosperity. Jfmi Mr. James Iveraon ia contemplating wsaro- will expose to the light the mervX construction of eijrbt new store Ao- the situation. uA delusions and theories that y between Second and Third buildings XjoooiiU tha gu are accepted aa truths corJ V by the working treeta, west of Washington. The troablotu rowPX classes." This little break will probably of each will be IsiW feet The The muVaiditylwa liia--I cp iu mind not be forgotten in the next elections by plana have been drawn by J. W. Dill of that if it coalj not gH the & at oaabto rate it would mean it at a low those classes that cherieh the "delu- Ogdea and within a few days action will be taken without a doubt ooa, andpocBblysuk a profit on the sions." Mr. John Croft and John L. Hall, of harirain. German politics will scarcely aeetn it- Morgan county, were at the points yesThe method adopted is dacidedl rior-- a self any more with Bismarck retired terday admiring the rapid advancement For erery pu y Mow the has made since they were thia candle power a fin of forty cenU and Windthorst dead. In the opinion hatt place some eight months ago. They U imposed; for each aqoare of glass not of some Windthorst was as great a man think our location a grand one ana wnen properly cleaned, a fine of ten cents; a as Bismarck himself, and only failed to this financial squeeze loceena up we broken glass, ten cents, and for a lamp be as famous because he was a Roman aill experience something beyond our e re extinguished a caution first and a fine Catholic and leader of the Roman Cath- expectation. Saya Mr. Croft, afterward. The campaign is affording cently returned from a trip east wnere olic in As it was he business of all kinds is depressed and all party Germany. immense gratification to the inhabitants of that quiet little town, which has sel- wrested from the German government enterprise disgusted with itself. We are dom fallen on such a bonanza in the way more privileges for members of his on our way to Salt Lake City. I like always have, and prob of a sensation, and the gas company church than any one before him was Ogden the best will. I admire your new ably always seems destined either to make a speedy able to do. He managed his party in buildings of so many new designs. change of front or give up its contract the German parliament with the skill of There seems to be no two alike. Id this New York Commercial Advertiser. a Cavour. He held them together as respect it resembles Colorado Springs ti - ooe-La- tt if aj4 phy-etcia- a M . i t "r ooen-miaa- tin. ir j con-tra- ct gala Grafting by Machinery. Saturday morning, at the Massachusetts General hospital, a little instrument, invented by Dr. Mixter, wonderful in its simplicity, constructed so as to separate quite large portions of epidermis from the subcutaneous tissue, was used for the first time. The patient had etherized, and had undergone an operation for the removal of a cancerous growth from the lef, breast, and the wound thus made wus quite an extensive one. The instrument was applied to the anterior portion of the rigk'i thigh, and tiree strips, about an in wide by six inches long, irere tajai n off and transplanted to the ex- - ln one man. Often when Bismarck wanted a majority for any favorite measure he was obliged to call the clerical party to his aid. In return for their votes Windthorst always secured additional advantages in the famous kulturkampf. He exacted the fullest price for his party's compliance in the matter of votes. If he had been on the side of the state religion in Germany there is no honor he could not have aspired and reached. And there is none who can take his place. Beat Drcaa for Women. Something will certainly come of the agitation of the subject of women's dress. tion of removing the skin and' trans. There is a growing tendency to regard i piannng n 10 its new quarters laid not the present style as unsuitable for worn OCCUnV more than ahnnt air rjLAr.it. w V en in business and outdoor work, but tb A very few days will sufflc tore trouble is to decide on what shall ta tne denuded surface of thi the place of it normal condition, leaving f i me The Evening Sun consulted a nam' to process reparative f of distinguished artists on the subjec equal, the surface from which the can- Ml1 cerous tumor has been excised will heal form of letters from each. Those who over by first intention, thus 6aving the express decided opinion agree on a few patient from a prolonged and painful points. One of these is that the most arperiod of convalescence. Of course, every tistic gown and that most agreeable to precaution is taken, by the use of steril- the wearer is the ancient Greek costume. izing processes and antiseptic solutions, to Still this would not be available for bus. render the operation thoroughly aseptic, work. It is too "loppy," so to ' so that the chances of inflammatory dis- iness and turbances from bacterial sources are re-- speak. It might be modified, however. Two parts of women's fashionable duced to the lowest minimum. The thickness of these delicate human make up these artists unanimously condemn. Those are the tight waist and plasters probably does not exceed of an inch, and the resulting the high heeled, pointed toed shoe. They hemorrhage is not more than what one are horrors that between them ruin all sees on a slight abrasion of the skin, or grace in form and movement among woit may be compared to the sanguineous men. There is no such thing as a waist oozing one gets from too earnest tonsorial line, really, and until lately no woman attention. Boston Herald. ever knew she had a waist That it is ' The Theatrical Season. an artificial creation is proved by the Thomas H. Davis, theatrical man-- fact that it changes its place from time ager, says: "This season on the road has to time, according to the dictates of fashf been remarkable, in that the better class ion; now drawing up to the armpits and f of plays have received more encourage-- 4 again sliding far down on the hips. At ment than ever before. On the other ' hand many of the cheap spectacular and present it is on the down grade, nearly to the extreme. If the ancient Greek operatic companies have lost money or lady tied a string around her middle to is to The the truth that pieces. gone confine the drapery, she generally conbecomNew York of are outside people ing quite as good judges of dramatic cealed it artfully by a fold, that the long, performances as can be found in the up and down sweep might not be broken metropolis, and any effort on the part of by the unsightly waist line. cunning managers to humbug them stands a poor show of success. In my Country Life the True Life. experience I find that New York is be"There ought to be more enjoyment in coming less and less a factor in the success of any dramatic production. The the country for people of . reasonable time was, a few years ago, when a suc- means and wholesome tastes than in cessful run in New York decided the town," writes the editor of Scribner' fate of a piece. It is now no longer the Monthly. The true civilization will case." New York Herald. come to America, he thinks, when persons of means havto their home in the Got a 7S Pearl with Uii Dinner. Edward Malley was eating a dinner at country, and live in the city for a short Heublein's recently, and among the first time of the year, either in a hotel or in a dishes served was oysters on the half house of their own, if they are rich shell. He picked up one of the oysters enough to have a town house and keep with his fork from the shell, and his eye it closed most of the year. But the true was attracted by a white substance which home ought to be in any case in the had been concealed under the oyster. It country. ; It is there that the poetry, the was a pearl of extraordinary size and ex- health and all the finer, better belongceptionally fine quality, although it was nature and of life grow and blossom. ings entirely in the rough state. It was exBut the writer confesses that it is imamined by several gentlemen who were present, and it was universally conceded possible to wrest from the soil alone to be a remarkable gem. Mr, Malley enough to live the life that would "be deplaced its value at $75, and this estimate sirable. : There's the rub. The only way was accepted as being none too high. to get over this ungracious fact is to He proposes to have it finished up and suggest that people make their fortunes mounted. J The oyster in which the gem in the city, and then get out and make was found came from one of the local their homes in the country. dealers and was taken frota a bed in the must be made the But the country Sound. New Haven Register. true home,' or we never shall have in America any of those fine old permanent Effect of the Indian Climate. Among the 600 men composing the first families which are such a credit to First battalion of the Scottish Borderers a country in the estimation of numerous which will arrive New England writers. This is sad in(the old Twenty-fifth)- , from Burmah in a week or two, there deed. If the preservation of old families are only six who went out with the regireason why rich people chief is the ment to India in 1875. These are the in the live should country, however, that and four sergeant major, a sergeant cannot be thus end Tit-Bitcompassed. For the members of the bacd. London father may have a splendid home, but A Hard Winter in Maine. no one of his children will be able to The present winter has been severe on maintain it or own it, consequently it, country parsons in Maine. One poacher too, will pass into stranger hands. The in Knox county, after workingard all to preserve old families is to only the evening breaking through the drifts, have way estates entailed. We recommend arrived in eight of the church just in concerned in this matter time to see the lights blown out. The those who are amendment constitutional a to procure people had given him up and gone home. to that effect. Rion Journal. th V s. reguv.- deiiaB appeti-- Dr. 11. Tucit E, D. T. , Lr tUt Daa r Sew acd fcaitUx. I Lav just reeetred a rise line tf sprung eaius?s of the latest patterns. Fit and guaranteed. TLu i foeiiivrlj th SaiKuLrPt Snap Prices boundworkmacahip to suit. M. C IIiXNccac, e Ever Bad. t3l3. WhaLinfUM avenue. A first class medium sized cable . rrand iiw-L- t tMn. :l-.1 Wisdom's Tiulet Cream strings throughout has ueed but Is a new and TM1 Jw" ..Wular price preparation for wij ISU Very easy tnua. eradicating and prerenticg roughness of tbe faoe and Lands. Lae it treeJr at Waaats. Mercantile Co. first Xatkical tii.k Buildicg. aiiht just before retiris and tou wiJ be delighted with m tuft, cmuotn akin. be ait-fa- ct Eate. Bedarr-- For the benefit of the merchants and Try 1L I hare tor sale two Restaurants, one in the city and one out i looms in coa- tO Work UD anma Imnn. on the Sevier Vaily branch we hare de- - neciKja pay more man tne rent Will tea motna. tuai 00, and alter tomorrow, to pay lut memseires inW. make a single trip rate from Ogden to Widixju tf OverPbstofiioe. traveling men ia Ugdea w GEO. A. LOWE, Irani implements, Waorxs, Busies. Iload Carts. IluckboaixLv ho may desire a Manti. Lphraim. Spring City, Mount Pleasant and Fairview aTu, and round Lara Crrranc done up like new ones a trip tick eta. oa, tnr tm Uuota Mua uarxoar. Tbisia a reduction of L23 on single ax i&e Twenty fifth street, rear Reed HoteL 1 00 rounJ trip. This rate fi wUl also apply from the above stations ieipnone l. A . .i to Oedea an.l rl.l their shopping in your city if they see CALIFORNIA tit Uio UaaxoE Westers Kailwt. Turbine Wheel, Exurinea Saw Milla. -- h.r : , . .ui uitfuI priced piano, a bargain, we hare just one large eized cabinet grand upright piano French im- .I 1 . t"vm u.. r, t uuu carrea. pan el and trusses octaves thia piano is Muwurv uu. uiu m uaxirain. 11 mtiU ,.- Regular nrirm a7.r iw Terms to suit. t . E. abe5 Mercantile Ca First National Bank Building. Wisdom's Famous Kobertine liLProduces a I aMtltifnl auu anil f a1a akin to which nothing but the aoftDess and purity of an infant's face can be compared. T mm .t jy rwtl - t 7' - Cream Prunes OF A very pleasant Laxative, made from the iuioe of Fresh Prucaa nomliiruhl with a few harmless rMnttal.U incma.li. enu or and highly medicin- ... well-kaow- n al qualities, put up in the fotm of CKEA.M IJItOPS, Making a very valuable preparation for arAxn aim children. Assimilatinir the fwl an.l Pdnlotln the btomach and Bowels. Won Miterlal, HeaTy Hard- ware, Iron and Steel. Baker Barbed Wire, Black-smi- th Tools, Ete. OOOEX UTAH. Health is Wealth! A National Eveat. tT PROMOTES Dlf.tnTION, CHCCBrt'L5ESS ; . The holdini? of th Wnri,r. A5D BEST. . . citv scsrclv. liftvJ .loin nl.l . . n ... w m IT IS A WONDERFUL REMEDY marksble event, but whether it will ueneni mis nation aa much as the Fob Cosstipatio.i, Soib Stomach, which is built upon eastern style. Ogden discovery of the Restorative Nervine Uoxvi lsioxs, ltm or bLEEP, Tim. F P. Wmv funda-tion needs iron works and then the i .Innl.tfMi Dr.- Franklin Mila -. by,a u Worms, FtvF.aisHSE.-vi- , etc. MET. a svarantoed V..n for n. """'n for a large metropolis is laid." Hnterla, what the American people need to just r 11 nsrruua neuralina. . PrvICE 23 CENTS. cure uieexceesive nervousness, d vspepsia 07 Ilia eol aleuliut or tohaeeo, iiiiy mm Sot ice. oiiMna, kootal headache, For Sale by all Druggist. dizziness, sleeplessness, of Uw Brain 8,fuoiiu rMultioa The undertaking business of the late neuralgia, nervous debilitv, dullness, ia li'Muity and Ira.lin to mWr,. deear and S. M. Preshaw will be continued for the confusion of min.l ft tkntm lib a A tr PrMnalare Old Air", Barmum. Loat of datl, Wash- charm. Trial lottle and fine book on BRIGGS MEDICINE present at the old stand, 21j2 CO, -eauawl bt om oinrtiim of tbe Krniatrrha nervous and Heart Diseases," with tf ' ington avenue. ... , hnin.HfttuMn. San Francisco, California. ooa rcu testimoniala. tre at If A ecMitauuoiM mnnth'e treatmmiU S1.U) a box. To Ladies Troubled With alker's. It is warranted to contain no Painful or suppressed menstruation opium, morphine or dangerous drugs. Wk UCARAKTEB BIX BOXES To enra aajr eaaa. With tch ordw nrMrti hr Oregon Kidney Jea, if taken a few daysll .. ... iA na ffi ais K.i w 1 Not an enamel or face bleach, but a ueiore tne expected perioa, relieves an " tlwiorebawr eur wriltaa snaraotee to re. true beautitier Wisdom's Robertine. pain. It contains no mineral poisons. iudq uia mnncjr ir tlie treatmrat don not rSect a eare. tiuarantona Uxid only by H. A It's famous. of kinds all Blanks for sale at Leagal the Commercial Office. SACEED HEART ACADEMY, p: .-i- 1 ;. lia 11 af - t. '3 1 L. mm rmnirncimnTin "Liver complaint knocked out every round" by Dr. Kenley's English Dan- Ogden, Utah, Conducted by the Sisters UlIUllUU 13UU111 lililUi or the Holy Cross. delion Tonic, E. D. T. Is a hoard in for and Aav W,UW alnnl " Important otiee. devoted to the education of vouncr CHICAGO To Contractors and Parties Building: ladies and little eirls. In adrlit.inn t The French Stone Company have a large thorough practical English course and amount of very tine stone suitable for Latin, classes in t.vna & foundations, linework, broken ashlers, tc. writing and short-han- d are conducted which they can delrver at once very &fir the latest innmml mnt.hrxla flhfWft Th" 'fl i",r"m" to tou as it is J ych and German are optional U the only line ronnlns Solid Teatllmled, Hteaiif cheap to work, suitaLleTor auy pul boatd and Klnrtrie-lixliteand will be sold as rabble. For parti u i ne tauffht in. all the claaww. nrivnfa Train. Dailj oeiwivn (. ntpaan tad Umaba. eomiMwed K. P. Hi ktf.r, lars call on in the studio receive instruction of pupils Masninoeut Car and aad Sleeptos ohcr upwlnU Citizen's Bank Building. ui lmo ti f. oDil'mra, uiojuu, puoii, pauiiinfr iu on and The Finest Dining Cars la the World. water colors, on China silk, satin and nalra. and to atamm-- on bottim. uoiM,u).,arwar. iiUm velvet W.L.DOLtiLAH.lirecklOD.Itlaia, SoldbS Undertaking. lu the musical denartment lnsanna nr. The undertaking business of the late EVERYTHING FIRST-CLAS- S, Jud?e S. M. Preshaw will be conducted given in vocal music, and on piano, harp, W. by Mrs. S. M. Preshaw. To add to the guitar, organ, violin, mandolin and Any further information an to Rate of Far already unexcelled facilities of this zither. Special classes in art, music, 2355 WASHINGTON AVE. etc, will be cheerfully furnished by establishment, an elegant new white fancy work, etc., have been formed for in ALEX MITCHELL. the city. Jadies residing hearse has been ordered. Commercial Agent, J? or rurtner particulars apply to Sister T. F. POWKLL, ! Read the Sunday Commercial. Sub- Superior, Ogden, Utah. . Traveling Agent. 1C1 scribe now. Main Street, Salt Lake City Remarkable Facts.. Patronize the new Commercial book Heart disease is usuallv sunnowvl tn -bindery, where you can get first-clsa- s be incurable, but when properly treated Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. work at Omaha and Lincoln prices. a larcre portion of cases can be cured. Thus Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Elkhart, Up Stairs Over Maden's. "Died from Bright's disease" Oregon ana Mrs. Mary Lu Baker, of Ovid ina., Kidney Tea, if taken in time, would have Mich., were cured after suffering 20 WALTER BRAND, PRO. saved his life. O. K. T. years. S. C. Linburger, druggist at San Vie have the larant Hall in Ogdnn and tu Jose, 111., says that Dr. Miles' New Heart the Brunswick eiclna-ivelTablet "God's blessing to mankind," say Cure, which cured the former, ' "worked A. CLEAN NEAT, thousands who have been cured by the wonders for his wife." Levi Logan, of COME US. celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold Buchannan, Mich., who had heart disease OYSTER AND SHORT ORDER HOUSE for 30 years, says two bottles made him everywhere. feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' New Heart Uure is sold and guaranteed by H. Money to Loan! A. Walker. Book of wonderful testiSunday Dinner from I to 6 p. m. Money to loan on Diamonds, Watches, monials free. THE BRUNSWICK. 0 GRANT AVE, OGDEN Jewelry, etc. Unredeemed pledges for sale cheap. 204 and 206, Twenty-tiftSt THE Milwaukee book-keenin- r. stup. St Paul RAILWAY V. L DOUGLAS d $3 SHOE II. Wright SSons Co, THE MUNSWICK a THE German Restaurant AND SEE I. G. Proudfit & Co., h R L. Armstrong wants some cheap residence property for cash, north of 31st, west of Van Buren avenue. Office, 2404 Washington Ave. ' Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! SO doses, 25 cents. Samples free at H. A. Walker. Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the Schellhas Brewing company is the best beverage in the market. , . l ' Some Choice. Lots m the ' best, residence portion of the city, ON THE BENCH, between 23rd and25tli Street. Electric Street Car Line; and City water. Very Easy Terms. I will loan you money to build on these lots. This is the Chance of the year. R. P. HUNTER, 2414 Washington Avenue. AUCTION! In consequence of rapidly returning ill health, the entire stock of J, G. EAINE & CO, will be sold AJT A.TjqTI02ST 'to the highest bidders for cash, consisting of Diamonds, "Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Etc. Commencing "Wednesday, .April 1st, and continuing from day to day until the entire stock is sold. Fixtures for sale and store room for rent. Every article guaranteed as represented by the auctioneer. Ladies are cordially invited as 'utmost decorum will be enforced. Sales daily, lO a. m., 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. Mr. Dawson of Chicago, an Experienced Jewelry Auctioneer, will have charge of the Sale, at 2483 Washington Ave., under Broom Hotel. J. Gr. RAINE & CO.