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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
) OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY. AVI IL 12, 1S9I. 1UK i.eii Tbe g V.lt-TL il, OK is I LIFE. tt mir. ti.Kittre tr in uasivf ar tj txctruotl tQ It n: SoapUtiliirge!y uslinCLiuaf rl 1 iastru-- ! play, or perform on ay BjUicd of the meet in the street or pubhc plmx city at Boston uclees licensed thereto by the board of poli;.'." I. ir piveerviLg structures buUt of 6aodlooe and other stones liable to crumbi from fJ. Sjwuia fcis: . "It is thiuanc effwLt. It i po JereJ ana put TWu Dot i on in the form of moot-ul pre-- j psixit, and vri:b I.i. Jl serve buildings f'r hundreds of years, Thus it is ILut the cottimoueet iLins kCx u- U l- -a fusJ for I!u-l- o j serve to luiiw iaiportant purrmees. .t is ' jUfTf r crUl Tbe Chicago Xe6, which has dose it full share in epreadiag Kiplitg's hter-T,rs.'.sli. T't V Vurk HtraiJ tiv tLiS as a at ure, ikiw prints the following item as nes: "KuJyard Kipling's books are no ia Lum;i?ss irn.-i- i ?:i.r:t-r" longer asked for by the buyers erf novels, and they also decline to have the Kipupon them. This i: sruis singular beinjf e;tuatl alut ling'sbebteratnre urged regarded tt6 a healthful bigo." l"Li .an, but tk"' 6y tiikt HyJ Tark, at may A. point for smokers: Cuban smokers :th iocurponttol lav 1jo l.k-ao- . dju't like a cigar that is more than Las Dot a eiogld saloon. are to I forty eight hours old. Such cigars when In S itzrluiiJ tLe mas so moist that they positively hits th canton a n.uvin la lor.jj. that lit. In Euroj dry cigars are generally n utk-ipa- l authorities Lav w ith preferred. Such cigars are Dot rank, sLar must ill emtdojers profit and the odor from them when smoked t'i 'aborrs. is not nearly so offensive as that from ( Jlaa is to hsv a coin pt-t-i tor. Sea-- J uioitt cjtra. is now mad into a touh. iapr, Large cities often come in clusters, as i.ich takt the plai-- of window glass. VLtj covered the effect is similar to here at the mouth of the Kaw. the mouth of the Hudson and in China. j'a.LwJ or painted gkas. cities of Hankow, Wuchung IVisoo grain has bwii scattered in the The three at the bead of large and Hangang, is and it ) at Sioui court ouie City, on the Yangtze river, steamer navigation will that the hjitflh sparrows are said to be as near to each eat it and die. It seems wean to be Uk-i- i China, New other as York, Brooklyn and Jerg advanUi;e of iuuo ienee. sey City, and contain about the same A New York girl has been seut to the population. imatne asylum because ehe thought George Eliot observed and recorded in love with her, every man she met what she saw. She says: "It is a pathbut was determined from proposing mar etic sight and a striking example of the r.irefor the reanon that all supposed complexity introduced into the emoV.er V good for them. tions of a high state of civilization the The only onyx x!iahiug works in this sight of a fahhionably dressed female in will be at UutlaDd. Vt, oi;rtry, grief. From the sorrows of a Hottentot removed to Missouri and engage in pre- to that of a woman in large buckram paring for market the vast quantities of sleeves, itn several bracelets on each l'ulaiiki and Crawford mineral in tnyx arm, an architectural bonnet, and delitoadies. cate ribbon strings w hat a long series 'fie Courier Jourual tuija: ''In IrvU of gradations. every Democratic Uuited States senator Killer Haggard did cot like Old Mexiwas at Chicago opposing Cleveland's co. He has just returned fioru that land nomination for president. Cleveland and says: "The climate ia very trying-t- hin as nominated and elected. History air and insufferable heat. And the f t.nelitnes repeats itself." insects! The air swarms with them It is pleasant to record the Rood works mosquitoes, 'jiggers, a kind of tick they .if charity, lierlin's society for the call 'garapata,' and I don't know what homelem sheltered hist year ViO men more! They made life a misery, and you hiiJ l.v'jtR) women. Since 1870 tbe soci- couldn't even sleep Ht night for them. 1 ety h:is assisted with lodgings, bath?, have plenty of material for my story. 1 breakfasts and uiedLal care 2,21a ,t "JO shall take the time of Cortez to tell it in, as 1 lielieve that Mexico was more jiersona. Id Japan they Beem to understand the civilized then than it ever has been ild clothes business better than they do since." in this country. There is a class of people in Japan who hire the poor to beg Rule for t lie I'se of Petroleum as clothes from the charity associations, Fuel. iiii, dyeing them, sell them at higher In the course of an interesting illus-sfor new clothes. ru;s rated lecture upon the subject of peTattoo marks are an indication of de- troleum as fuel, delivered recently by II. pravity; so it is better to keep them Lindsay, of Cincinnati, general agent of if jou have been foolish the Central Department of the Lancor.realed rnough to take thorn on. It is said: cashire Iusunince Company, before the 'Kt:!iy two third of .the professional Insurance Library Association of Boserinmials of this country have decora- ton, he suggests the following rules for tions tattooed on some part of their the use of the oil for this purpose, so as bodies. to secure the greatest measure of safety K.iilrond companies have bein great from the chances of lire: 'r.iul grabbers and now have plenty of For crude petroleum: First Storage real estate for sale. Statistics say more .tanks, except for daily use, must be loland is owned by railroads companies cated at least 100 feet from building, (211.0.0,000 acres) than would make Jsix provided with embankment or wall to no prevent, in ease of leakage, the How of tales us large as Iowa. Since i. than 1M1,00,000 acres of land have oil towards buildings; underground i'P n riven to railroad companies. tankage being preferable for safety and may be within fifty feet. Krom inquiries recently made, it ap- economy, Second -- For daily consumption, permit pears that in Belgium there were more thuu US 1,000 workmen employed in large to be given to have iron tank with close industries. Of these 8,0 worked less iron top, having a safety pipe of not less than nine hours, 17:1,2 ft worked from than one and a half inches diameter sine to eleven hour), 188,118 worked and ten feet high, to allow to escape into ftvm eleven to twelve hours, and 14,04(! open air all accumulation or gas, the capacity in no case to exceed live barrels worked more than twelve hours. for each boiler, and mav lie located im A queen must "occupy" her time, outside of boiler house. If mediately yueeii Victoria puts in her spare time twenty-liv- e feet outside, tank may be Hi 'lying the crochet needle, and an open. Third A stop-cocin all cases to Kiiciinh journal is authority for the be in supply pipe where pipe placed statement that at an exhibition of leaves the tank, that in case of accident women's industries lately held at Glas-f- to the pipe the supply can be shut off at a pnir of 'wristlets in gay stripes the tank. At the boiler the supply pipe aiul a blue ami scarlet hood worked by should be supplied with a stop-cocthe i(ueen were on view. with an opening not larger in any case If the grangers have any artists they than s of an iuch in diamwiil know how to make the alliance man eter, so that under no circumstances shew up in the following scene: Near could the flow of oil under the boiler be Atlanta, ()., the other day a farmer had greater than could be consumed, thus a battle with a la.ge gray eagle, measurpreventing an overflow from flooding ing seven feet eight inches from tip to the tire-boor arch with oil. Fourth tip. After himself receiving considera- a perfect combustion requires that the ble injury the farmer killed the bird, oil be heated and injected under the which is said to be a magnificent spec-meboiler by steam; therefore, all tires should be started with wood or coal, or It is strange that the use of points by the use of small auxiliary boiler, and for purposes of punctuation should be oil should not be introduced until five such a comparatively modern invention. pounds of steam are secured. For reduced oil: The tank should be Of the four generally used points only the period (.) dates earliee than the fif- fifty feet from plant if above ground and feet if under ground, with The colon (:) is said to twenty-fiv- e teenth century. have been the hirst introduced about the same arrangements as to the pipes and stop-coc- k as are used with the crude 1485, the comma (,) some thirty-liv- e (;) about oil. years later and the TJ70. Indians Wont Soldier. Perhnps after a while there will be no Junction Star: The effort (irand darkness except where the people permit A genius in Berlin has invented an made by the government to place the it. apparatus by means of which daylight Indians in the army, and from which so be distributed into the darkest much was expected, is likely to prove rooms. The power cf lighting any room abortive. The Indian has no desire to is unsur-Methis said be to soldier for Uncle Sam, much as he apparatus ty It retains that power for years to soldier iigainst him. The innd requires no repairs or attendance fantry arm he detests, and he is shy of in ihi'.e being the cavalry because he fears it will take operation all day. Thoreau always had the last word and him away from his home and friends. are, therefore, the only "h.e best word because he was thoiight-hones- t The scouts and fearless. Edward Waldo branch of the army into which he has Knierson in his lecture on Thoreau, re- any inclination te go. ntes this incident: When the forest iiir.ting hermit lay on his deathbed, a fVivanittie friend called to make inquir1)11. es regarding his soul. ''Henry," he eaid anxiously, "have you made your peace nith God?" "John," replied the dying aaturalist in a whisper, "I didn't know-tha- t Cod and myself had quarreled." 18 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY IN THE WORLD THAT WILL The grip and other epidemics may ABSOLUTELY CCRE have their uses in contributing to the support of one pnrt of the population. More than 10,000 medical students have graduated during the past two years in the United States, and are now "looking for business in that line. The number seems out of all proportion, but a medi-sa- l TESTI.MOXLVLS. journal declares that 7,000 graduates per year can be turned out to make a TOD & CRAWFORD, fair living, as the population advances in Commission Merchants and Dealers in Building 'J.ie same ratio. Material. The Chicago Tribune offers the follow-xi- g Santa Rosa, Cal., Jan. 19th, 191. advice to the youug man from India: I!ripg Medirinn l'o. Yon Guilts 'A Ne.v York exchange learns from a of tliel.'th reooived, shall I bo glad to assist you in promoting the ijookseller that the sale of Rudyard sale of Dr. Leslie Prescription. Inbooks in this country has fallen off deed, most of what Special I have bought of you in 7 the has been of fonr cent since his the past years given away, myper publication having ben completely cured after a lifeaewspaper articles on America. If Mr. self time of headache, as I shall gladly certify. Kipling has any business sagacity he Should you write to either Dr. Market! or Dr. will have simultaneous translations of Mason, of this place, you may refer to ToD A tfiose articles and of his Ixwks thrown ( BFoiin, as to tuesuperiorityof your Special Yours truly, an the Italian market before the present Prescription. Will. Tod. fcxeitement hue had time to cool down." ." C Vnts. Sold I'rioe by all lirxig-K't- . ISoston is a little choice about its music. One license rules of the sity is that "no person shall sing, or Uriggs Medicine Co., San Francisco, Cal . gl tJ lJi .1 dA-kie- e ex-(x- lin-ate- VTA--..- with tbr puweruf f'ut-l-i aa ajuuml would lm prootMiiMvd nimi--f ; ttul mi would the and tue booe a huiKirwl years turn. Why, err a cure f.n tooauuipuoo. wfau it univYaaI)T aduMiwltviTKl lo a!Teeuiir tbeiung,wuid ha7e twm ktoki- aa but now ptpie arv u mM mg l idol tt dianwIir. Pim-- r a Guld-MrJaml will cure it, if ukm in lime aul riven a fair trial Tola rvruedr will n. mtk new bit it will miii dupased uon lo a lungi, br!'hT saw w(m-othrr iurai have (aiied. Ttxrtuaa.la grt-fuiltnttily to iLia. It ia Uw roC alteratonic, or 8tngtB-reui-- r. tive, or and nutritive,. or r, bnuwa to medical Kor Weak Lurr. SpitUuof lii.-- d. s. Asthma, I'ainrrb in tbe llrwi. and all Lirnrenng Couttha, it m an unjiuul lo drraiiirrwoti of tike atomach. liver and bowels, aa Indigvauon. or itiliouaitmr. or " Liver Com plaint." Iinxiio Diarrb., and kindred a.iuruu, it is a Buvrreia reu"dr. Mitlicml iiiacnTerr " is tbe fn!f "Gold-of it tnedume sold hf drug-'- . unk--r a yri n ledl from tbe iuarantr, ruauufatlurera, that it will benefit or our iu ot disease for whu-- it m or n.iey paid for it will be promptly refunded. Copyright. 18. by WOBto' DlS. Mm. ASl'M. lYrn utn unr-ulM- u-ii- re-it-jy i, tw-ri- -f wurld-n-orn- ! Crumb Cloths from $1.50 Up. Boyle Furniture Comp'y q Fred. J: Kiesel y bloud-tWoa- er Heh-builde- & Company. atir-Dce- vt:: M Brou-rhiti- 1 n ery im LEU !- WHOLESALE GROCERS, L b IMPORTANT TO EVERY MAX. W0M.LN OFFERED ...... kv tk. era of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedr, for an uiiurauie caae oi tauirra in tbe HX Liquor and Cigar Merchants HAH. AND CHILD L Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, DRUGGISTS. Chronic Diseases and Deformities. JOS. WALLACE ISS Tlir old minreoD and rumining !ivicin of "Tb Lii'biir Si;rical Inslitult- acii WorW xnnr" if kana. I it) and !So r raucico will riit Odt-- and havi ttire at the Hroora b(it'l, Ki'l). Zi and iri. at ('lift houae, Salt Lakn, Kb. J7 aud i I"!. Thi will be a rare t !iaue for tbe of I'tah to coiimlt fr i'h tbe oldt'f t and mot aucrmsful ( alifornia niali.it. wb ban had nar!j tif: jeam .itihI iiractic. bavinir irrnduatl in 1M.C Bmomber the old ductu- - will iMt I' tali liiiufu-lf- . lr. Licbii; A t o. of San KrsnciKO are tbe only reliable ntii-from mbo Unti visit I tab th aiierialihts q.iarierly. who treat all watini; and annnyiut cbronic disea. of oica, itintn and cuililrMU. and Uie only tirare and d"fornuty inanulac-tnre-r. who visit I tab from Sen FiancUcwaud - DRUGGIST. DUtrtbatlB Def. Ike KartSL, SS7 mu aaarthTwestty. Ogden, Utah. Pocatello, Idaho. iole rerfuiory and Toilet Articles, CivURS AND TOBACCO. AGENTS FOR s kan.a. Prescriptii ns Carefully Compounded. 2S Washington Arenna. CARL UPMANN'S Al STRATTON oKirffT.xyr1, Ty. Also for Wallis & Co. Mexican a?-r- i F. B. IIUlaLBUT, Wholesale and Ave. and t Brooa yrr ir a. niy :irh ju Twenty flu Hotel. air. yu tnni ICITR It a i LH nt .. AKTICLES Skookurn KJoot Hair' Grorxter. In the Market. il VIM fH i tu, )rv Fiskst Stock or TOILET Prononneed the best in Territory ,t an,j ,ati.sfy yourneWea. xrT WHOLK3ALK DKALER3 OK PABST BREWING CO'S MILWAUKEE BEER, ILir Rapidly. Eradicates Dandruff. Grows J. W. McXUTT & CO., EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AND HOFBRAU, CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, BULK AND BOTTLED. Stops Fallidg Hair. .DRUGGTSTS Is a Preventive of Baldness. Imported and Domestic CIGARS. Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. Fifth St., Near Young, OGDEN $500 Reward ! WE will pay the above for ny caw of Llrec Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Heartache, Indication. Conwe cannot cure witn Weit'i stipation or Cotiveness Vegetable LirerPtil, when tho directionji are strictly complied with. Tht y are purely V(reta.ble, and never Lare bore, (all to pi ve ftatifaf'tion. Sugar Coated containing 30 Pills, 2! cent. Beware of counterfeit! The gvnnine manufactured onlj by and imitations. litB JUilH C WEST COMPANY. CHICAGO, IU. Wold by THE A.H U AI.KKK, lraKit, OGDEN Oicdea. TRUNK hand-mad- e, C - I - Gr - A - R - S. Jh" U h tnr wa4 h a R, i y,N I ,nt Mrk n t tnak aa N u h. hut w i quirkly how in frfl a yon fr a .U a Ibf inrt, and mil Iu an of an crnm ar at Itutne. (civ. XntrTii a. (tarr- m jIihtUs onl (4 nif all J our tinitvtr tli" wr'k. All to new. rtat pay hi Mfc worker. W atari fwrnUh'tia; ltart.t-.1vt.ryhin. KABII.Y. HI'KMLV Al lrM at on a, 1'AKI U I LAU rKtK. KT1MM A ItlKTLiM), UklSK, fiOOn.fM Oo.jJwi-,(- i y.Hj o. Bflh Street aader STORM'S Custom house BETait, DRUGGIST, Corner Washington & City. I ( Is an Exquisite Toilet Article. ALL CORRESPONDENCE '.ml Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Poisons . It is an honest and merltorioo preparation. Nature's Own Remedy. Skoobm Root Hair Grower TO ODR "OGDEN OFFICE." TO BE ADDRESSED Orders respectfully solicited and satisfaction guar- anteed. Is Free from all coloring matter. Ttade matk rrgi'lered.) F. J. KIESEL MCHEY'S & CO. UNDERTAKING PARLORS. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Go. NEW YttRK. Sal. by all Druggists. Pop I tah. FACTORY Grows Hair on Bald Heads. m BOYKTOX HOT WATER HEATER We carry the largest, most complete and elegant stock of CASKETS and FUNERAL FURNISHINGS West of Chicacro. Services conducted at our Parlors when desired. Embalming of bodits' or shipment a specialty. KICHErS UNDERTAKING PARLORS. The Most Improved and Economical Heatet in tbe Market, m m LESLIE'S I. TIIK FINEST HEARSE IN UTAH. "If 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207. COREY BRO'S COMP'Y, & 2132 Washington Avenue. Special Prescription! LIVERY & FEED STABLES f Manufactures the Beat Trtiukfl. Eflpairinii: promptly attended to. Old Trunks Taken to Exchange. Orders called for and Delivers to all parte of the city. KLINE A OPPMAN, No. work for lt, 270 Twenty-fift- h St, Iir Auatiu, ut, liy Anna nd Jno. Bonn. Toledo, Obio. f rut. Othen rdotrifr a well. Why nnt you 8ome frn omr faVO.OO a nontb. You ,do the work and If tt home. wbvrpTrr ou ra. b. f'nnr ire earning fritn 9i to 10a day. Allaira. Whnw you how nd atsrt yoo. t tn work in partin or all th timj. Hia work-n- . tm moy Failure unknown imanr tbrm. N KHT mnr Im : Kip-irng- Our Serine Stock is Now Complete 3 2 cd do-sir- SICK HEADACHE! i nOBSE WHO VAX TALK'. - bnree UuH." 1m hmrt of lutwrv. b - r ton no tujne riU-- x n ',im A three-sixteedth- semi-colo- ? Ki-ml-jj t k ? " 'LvrKW SA'A4W1 M 1 sm AND OIL CLOTHS. if " ' m-fiitl- Su -- 's inn.rli.l P.l H.UallflUA Co.,UoKtt0 IoHlaiidt Maine) a ii scknowMfM tba lesdlnr ramail fn Kg I ITHf The ooly saie remedy for LeaMrrhoMtorWtiites. I nlwfrilw It .tul Im Mfe la mnmmeadlng U i tMCHEi(i,iiCo to I1 infflereni. cf-th- & ty lriria4a. ' t Having purchased tbe entire Livery and Transfer bnsiness heretofore carried on by Messrs. Martin Bro s, we are prepared to receive orders for Plumbing and Gas Fitting IM DOYLE 2304 SINGLE ALL ITS BRANCHES. & Wasbinifton NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. Oodes Citt, Weber Co., March 19, 11. To Olivor II. Adams. Yon are hereby notified that I have expended (SMI) throe hundred dol-- I upon the ara, in labor and improvement "Superior" LodeKituated in the Willard Minim; District, Hoi Elder County, Utah, as will appear by certificate flltxl in the office of the recorder of said district, in order to hold said !4, premises under tbe provisions of section Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the lsjKi, And if years ending Iec. 31st. lS, within ninety days after this notice by publicaor fail refuse to contribute yout protion you as a your portion ofin such expenditure said claim will become tbe property interest of the subscriber under said section 24. FUd, A. Shislls. DOUBLE PARTIES, DRIVING RIGS, CARRIAGES FOB OPERA AND WEDDING MOVING OF BAGGAGE OR FURNITURE, LADIES' CALLING CARRIAGES IIALVERSON, Ave. Call and fret prices. AND WITH CAREFUL DRIVERS. Our Boarding and Feeding Department will be fonnd Satisfactory in every respect COKEY BRO'S 2432 J & COMPANY Washington Avenue UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, W. E. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Practical Founder 1W.1M Twenty third bet and Machinist. Wall and Lincoln. Pealsr In Blears, Xngl&e. Boilers, Pvnps, Xt, I will fnrnl.h tnd treat Insine Bolters, Betters end Machinery by oontrao asd do my work a the best manner. 8m re smoum wort end re?inn croapuy aiieaaea w at sooe.