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IMJDKN OAIL aa PASS S ju it. Att Of svio eLifira- COMMERCIAL: Fit I DAY, APRIL 17, 1SS1. V iBdrmkirr. RAILROADS !'. b t tVe Tie ia tils j ue 1 rrwt-s-r Tliiwisa, t&a 4ark salsejr ttao wt pu aou u iv J a whiie .ta Lcr emy yisig city, Tc add t it Mnfi.iL 1'r: sLer tirtt, tvTitl aa aod Te tiu atrmr labrriata of uoatoed Fwr. f tt cr-- i v .rl f bis Ti IruiLkM u sdia inn, if ia wLich DiSirl uU.li-a.-i.t- , aa uuo a;kt At of WaU aH." Lort Lis Drrw, ti-- a a "ki : of ifftJ- u fc day Linasa dxi but r3uii Sifti. Mr. Dr-Wa ecl i t toe lL4 iraucol a&r lata eve's trvi bcug firr--l . nMu to ' bea t oct at tW mll Lm x Ci sms out up l.i te A r"B'-tk tts mux Li rST, oa ears. rtil uf th h:s by iiiia ia a tuck ai e fIl jaa To i IlotL U ti Ml llrf tf'.h sr-t- , rer Citit. &in-ir- r The wa iali,-t-aA. - txn(in ui Rio Grande Western tw-JK-- -- i. fmiltt i. 1 Iswytr of Railway. STAXDAiiiTGAUGE. ! n-- L-- 7 Urvw a at" Mia. aini-jade- fcrt on lucg Oat of Life's A lata iuj TVn ..t trail iatd mist suA cLiuc m hLjutu ax--r. Wi'h tbe briutoi. ke Wi bjf Sorrow's scar, s&auiiui4, aura cuouiuuua r4)ckliefr-i i '.in tot ubc la Murra"t Tfca Critic's True lk trri-a.i;-- tt-- a. Tttj u vv isi whr s Le soajrLt ti--e TcjLoi l"X af jrvsail lawyer aai reqtiesv-- hint to KatrS-F- r ruar-tke th rur. The juuOit f jr which and the U:ijt:5 ivl wa atut tl Uett of lirf rufixharu kill Drew fcill tkfit La waited L6e Ciu tr.vflu-- j c m IB Oiea bo i'--itsy der h parti brxxiglit iiit j cort so that L luijLt Uiiurkvpiuik have on ti, S-r Vi!y branch liOW Up tiiria fr'lrTA." tlat ua, and fcfuw tomorrow, to The Uwyer made a careful inrtwrlga-ti-j- n a t,t.' trip rat from Odn to of the fact an J found that his cheat hprtv.f City, Moutt ti, y had tcaro-l- a leg to stand on in court P".esactEptraitu, and Fail tiTO, and round He was anxious to win the caa?, Low-er- r, daya, fcUii tr.p tickets. g'jud f jr and to are what reducuoa of IL'ia on .c-- l sa and aa exhaustive knowledge of 'trip and fUJ on round trip. Tls station would aococnpk&h. mill a- -u apply from tfca aLo technicalitit il to do abl favored him, and through to 0,'d-- a and Cinuiastjcr carelessnetas on the otbrr side he succeed- their shopping1 in your city if they ed in non suiting the plaintiffs. EUsl at Uio Gkade WksTr.RS KAn.wT. with this nult he called on Mr. Drew and triumphantly announced that vic- FINANCE AND C0MMEHCE tory was theirs. "But I haven't had a chance to tesNew York MoDr. tify." said the old speculator peeriahly. Stm Toss. April II -- Mjorr oa rslieatf; "That waa not Beceafeary. We have rl.mdndnml Ju i,. Prune snrB(ue MX Perims erbB. quiM. firm. txt- won the case without a trial." deuLS- -d ; Bar twites tniit ; ar "The deuce you have!" exclaimed Mr. I jt--. Drew angrily. "WelL you are a fine Bond. lawyer to look after the interests of your Ksw Toss. boodj April clients. I wouldn't give a dollar a bunch rluae4 a for such lawyers a you are." C.S.4S r f"Uo; ia i lil "You don't feem to understand, Mr. C. C. B. Hsre d M 1 "We C 8. Drew," explained the lawyer. eoaimo 1U have won the suit and you are $35,000 Psoitis ahead, to say nothing of the costs." Copper, Lead and Tin. "Thunder and lightning, man!" famed Niw Toss. April 14. Copper, nominal; the brusque Daniel, 'what do I care Lak. DumecUs Ar.rd. JU.Ti. Lead. about the $55,000? I wanted to get on U.Si ; Tin, steady : Susits. 19. kr; Ti. the witness stand and tell what I thought of them fellers." New York Time. OGDEX PE0DIXE EXCHANGE. al koid tun a raartia. a with not liierallf ,of oecrtoity, bat 6 tie pathetically and in iniakiation. It i in uni.m that there U trrnffth. Remark tendf-nt-itry to sum tletn np, to point out their significance and direction. Few men can be Rukin en- kin-drt- fd pursuit e. core! And do not imagioa that you ran permanently attach and benefit four land by th mere farce of correct, gentle and chaste diction on the one hand, or of Betting an example of repuee and serenity on the other, became nowaday warfare of any kind even literary critiMii is accustomed to weapons of more robust-- n and reahty, and in thU sphere preaching by specific precept U far more efficient than preaching by general example. And the most important of all things is to be in harmony with one's time and environment. Be sure, O critic! there is something magical in this, however it may transcend consciousness. See, for instance, how much finer is Mr. Wood berry's eeeay on Browning a piece of real criticism than are his lucubrations about "the ideal life." Scribner'a. fur Larger Dynamo. called to mind the great work in the electrical field which has been accomplished in the last few years, and, referring to the ever increasing business and the call for larger machines, said that dynamos np to 500 to 1,000 horse power are now frequently called for, where a few years ago it was thought an an usual tiling to speak of a 150 or 200 home power machine, and the tendency is toward machines of much larger capacity in ' , future electric installation! r With regard to heating our houses by electricity, Professor Thomson tliought it not at all likely that we will ever heat extensively by electricity, unions we ca: find some way of converting the energy of coal into electricity far more directl) and less waste fully than is done in steam engines of the present day. Boston Transcript M-c- TL-ik- lf-T- rl j ger -- rtr tomfoolery in the world. Don't you know that you are the very ones who tend to make them so you men? You follow after and woo and wed just that sort of girls. You won't look at a sensible little woman who can make "lovely" bread, abjures bangs, can't dance and has no "style." You laugh at and make sly jokes at the expense of our big hats and our pronounced fashions, but when you choose your company, and often your wives, I notice you pass right by the hoinekeeping birds and take the peacocks. If you won't have her modest and simply gowned she is willing to make a feather headed doll and a travesty of herself to get you and win heaven! You know perfectly well, you men, that you don't care half so much for brains as you do for "get-up,- " and the woman you honor with your choice is selected for a pretty face and form and a becoming costume rather than for a clever head and an honest heart I am not talking to old fogies who cling to old fashioned notions, but to young men who ridicule the customs of their grandmothers, who shake their heads at the salaries of two and three thousand a year as inadequate to support wives; who rail against woman's extravagance, yet do their best to maintain her in it. When you my fine and dapper gentleman, begin to seek out the modestly appareled and the sedate girls, then shall folly and vain show fly over seas for want of encouragement and the grand transformation of sawdust dolls into women and pleasure seekers into homekeepers take place. Cor. Chicago Herald. - 1 s. three-sixteent- price produce durins; the part few days. At the meetuic of the Produce Exchange ymtCTday, almost ererjr dealer ws la the market to .bay sad the general tendency srss upward. A number of traductions were recorded, but owin to the funeral scarcity, the demsnd, for etegs snd butter enpeeiaUy, could not be satisfied. There was a slight decline noted ou butter, in snticipsuon of increased suppr. Better weather will increase the trsniisctions and lower oa some eominodities. CTlie followioc were the ruling quotations : Butter, best Utah, offered buyer fl Choewt, Utah full cream cheddar, offered 114 buyer beot t'tsh. percaiw, offered buyer,.. 4 7 184 Apple, beet t" tali, per bus., quoted Potato, best Utah, d lots, sacked, f. ear-loa- offered buyer, 106 one-sixt- tsrn OXB KXJOYS Both Eftiod and resulta tie wbn Sjrrop cf Figt U Ukea; it ii pleann and refrfeUug to tie taste, and act! pentlj jet prvnit oa tta Kidneyi, cleanset tha Lire r and trra eSk'toallj, dipela colds, headaches and fever! and cure haLihial comupatioa permanentlr. For aale la iOc and If bottles by all drnggitt. CAUFQRH1A FIG SYRUP CO, in nuctsco, eii. ttw ror. ) i ocrsrtui. it. GEO. A. LOWE, DEALEB sm m s J Pron . 11 JJ 11 J JU l i lieever 38. 1 --90. fulmw.: IA1DL rfS6t it LiiP Lt as f Ada. p. as a as Park t i:jr . Pars I'itjr Ajtiksi Amt at rsit Lake Rlt su ti m !' as 11 -- J as 11 su; A) -- ft su sa p. p. p. a. a. a. KlMl. 10 SB saj sa 5 at Arn. p p. Tweivs A 1.' JL racii.IT p. ss TKAtP. Lake a. sa 1 t s) a. as t iTjr..... Lste cit taburtan Lake t it j aa4 eaweLTM' ' p. as A Ai p. as Umwwsi bsit U trains dsi'r ad J adfuuatiii toCrnrk Para i Uf Hutu. lJ tuid K to tutere !j Lake tLu ime. OdiaM ai.d Ie(u4: l onger Mh Suata A&d liaia swmM. ball Lake Cttjr. T. J. Ma. llnt.a. G. T. and P. A. AJ pnupls lS-;- r . p. !i I A a. I I! a. I No. 1. WEST BOCVO TBAIXa. Psci's Mad Lea Ls Ocu.her su lu a Lesis Park i i: Am.strrsad Jsartiua... tu Lesrattrsad Juortfej... .SJ Imw iiixawood stm s. IN tJU arnts LaesdtLUs ArnwPaetiio at. t'olu. Sanaa's......... Il irnw iru& Leavs CVrdea S;t Lk tm Denver m. ml II i p 1 S p m t ola. tipriacB Lasts Poeblo -- Ledtlle Lea.s tileewood Spri'c. am Orasd J unctioa . . Leave Grand Juuniua... arrive ireea River. ...... Leave 4reea iuver Arrive Provo. Leave Provo Klt Lake Leave IWlt Lake. Arrive Ordea Agricallural - Implemests, Atisi 6sit Las. Lea Pro Am Oinmi kiier LesTeGnca kier arrive I- X- i ste Oe and trc- -i Arrive at Para Lea . r. Pscuie Express. IMp. A 11 tlt IMt a JO a t m! I PLK E0LTE' p. a. Br tMp I2W a a li(0 iili a. sa. tiU a PIKE'S 10 p. p. p STANDARD GUAGE sal p. m as 12 M a. as IS9 p I 10 p J6 p su 1 si a sa A ti p m I (W a. ss sa tiH a DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS A PCEBLO AD cm. nrnrv pacific coast, vUfu.t, west potata. 8ALTLAKE and all aorth- - LOCAL TRAINS. , LAla. T14 LsaveOriea, S X) a. m., SflO p.m., I 5 p. MAV1TOC. LEADVILLK. ASPES and G a. Eetununc arrivs Ogdea 10 p. m., I it) p. U bPKJ.SgS. ss. tat a. m. SCENERY EgCIPMESt rifoaAM. l'neiaaUe4. Cnsurpaassd. Leave Salt Lake. 8:20 a, m, retornina", arrivs Salt Lake, t JU p. m. AUBicaa roaa. raovo. tranioTTLLi. tsistlb, Throojrh Pullman Sleepers and PuIImaa Tourist cars between Denver and Franciseo. t. rLBsaaHT sao HtkTi. ThreuicU the heart of the Rockr alonntaina Leav 0dea S 30 p. m., ret ursine, arriva moat and tna tbs tbe safest, eomfortable, 10: p. m, (rrandest of all transcontinental routes. 3. H. BESSETT, call oa For rates, descriptive etc, Oeo. atanaar. pamphlets, Gen. Pass. Act. or address J. D. KEN WUKT1IY, (sowal acent, 8anU Fe Ronte. Halt Lake City. H. COLLBRAN, fenerai auauacer, Colorado OODKY ADO 1ALT LEX-WO- Wagons, Buggies. Koad Carte. Buckboarda O su Tuibine Wheels, Encines Saw Mills. 30 Rsdishes, per dot, offered seller Lettuce. Ltsh, per do, offered seller ft) reen Peas, per lb. off ered seller 07 2 25 Tomatoes; per cane, offered seller 1 00 Tomutoes, per cane, offered buyer. SO (ireen onions, per dox. offered otiyer Wster cren. per dos, offered seller 20 sacked offered I seller 4) per hundred, Parsnips, Tnrnips, sacked per hundred, offered seller 2 00 Carrots, sacked per hundred, offered seller, 6A Cabbage. Cal., crated, per lb. offered buyer, t Asparagus, offered seller, per lb Colo. CUAd. 8. I.FE, feneral Denver, Colo. 8prins, Wtgon Material, Heavy Hard- GEORGE ware, Iron and Steel. Baker Barbed Member Black- Wire, SOLID smith Tools, Etc. OGTJKN . THE BRUNSWICK St. Joseph, Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. Omaha. Up Stairs Over Maden'a. We have the larirest Hall In Ogdeo and nss Tables exclusively. FREE obibd boxes, 8 75 offered 4 00 offered ITS COME AND SEE US. CARS Our Famous Dining Cars Attacbid I. G. Proudfit & Co., TO ALL TBOC TBAWa, For further lnformatloa ooneernlnf thU una, appif vo any jiciet Af ent, or Mares THE BRUNSWICK. of the American Ticket Broker' Association. GEO. W. VALLEBT, M A a m ta fvaii.inBiu r t n iickol Donffm, ciom moa cx h?nfw1, to M poinU. ALL TICIvlCTd GClli- - Tweutj-aft- h Street Telephon 201. FoirnEnonLY! "For LOST er 7ATLTK0 atAHBOOOi pHUwml aad EB.V0U1 CUIUTTt 'jWsskasssef BoAyssAKiaA, Lllof Kmrsor Xxmssss is 011 or Twu. u4 Ism, 11. SiSdOODMlT Kraurf.. H.w t. n'vnioot. tiKtsniKs,t;iiDiivLoi'iiDoxi.iV3sriRTsor SSwi..lr aahlllu HOBS THSlTSKII-ba- in la a ... Kta lakHlflhaWIIMurinCeilrle. awash ai.lkS AVrlptl RMk, plu.Uwa AAArm ERIK IflEOlCAV mm4 CO.. WrtulkM. (araM rrm, BUFFALO. M. V. ' ratnm 11 14 15 QBAIIC. 1000 W. f . o. b., per bushel CHAIR OH ALL TRAINS. seller. ..Hi buyer... 1 50 Dried apples, bent Utah, offered buyer.... Dried Peaches, best Utah, off ered buyer.... Dried Apricots, best Utah, offered buyer.. Wheat, offered snUer, RECLINING the Branswmk Bslksilsnder JONES, icket Broker. Kansas City, .Lincoln, Meat, Railroad and Steamship St. Louis, ! AY. passecrftf m: Chicago, OIREM FRCTTS. Strawberries, best Cal. per dox. offered seller Oranges, narels. medium, per case, seller Ora n(fer, naval mediun., per case, buyer Oranges, seedlings per case, offered TESIIBULE TRAINS Denver, TTTA1X OKEIM VaoKTABLE. bushels on B. G. 70 SOIETEM TOE TIE BOYS! Wheat, offered buyer for delivery in Ogden, 72 sacked, por bushel Oats, offered seller, delivered in Ogden, 100 2 lbs 30 per Chopped barley, offered seller in Ogden, in 1 Kl enr load lots, per 100 lbs i. A Caliope Given Away with Each Dollar's Worth of Goods Purchased at the THE CHICAGO Milwaukee & St. Paul t RAILWAY la the only line running Solid Veetibuled, and Electric-lighte- d Trains Daily between Chieago and Omaha, composed of Magnificent Sleeping Cars and Steam-heate- d - Golden Eagle The Finest Dining1 Cars in the World. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLAS- S. """" s Any further information as to Rates of Fare etc., will be cheerfully furnished by ALEX MITCHELL. Commercial Agent. T. F. POWELL, Traveling Agent. 161 S. Main Street, . Salt Lake City self-sacrifi- ' CI ' No. TEE FlNOpLOiicLLVfo? THE WTST. Leav April i ISWt tins t Fark IV jr. J n Mea Are to HUrae for Frmale rrivollt. By the way, I think I occasionally hear Tit for Tat. The following story is told of Dr. Ma-gethe archbishop of York designate. Some time since the bishop was dining with a total abstainer, who provided only water as the beverage of his guests at dinner. The host, however, leaned forward and whispered confidentially to the bishop: . "You will find some wine in your bedroom.". An amusing look passed over Bishop Magee'a face, but his thoughts, such as they were, were kept to himself till the fitting time should come. Not long after thissame gentleman was dining with the bishop in return at the palace at Peterborough. This time the only beverage was wine, but the bishop leaned forward and whispered confidentially to A Child's Sense of Justice. hia truest: Nothing seems to burn into the mem"You'll find some water in your bedory and heart of a child as an undeserved room." London Tit-Bitpunishment, however trifling the matter may seem to the adult inflicter. In Minute Collections. There is a naturalist whose hobby con- - some children of the sunny, hopeful gists in collecting the fine dost with type the wave of indignation and helpwhich the wings of moths and butterflies less, unspoken protest against unjust are covered and forming them into artis- correction passes away, and leaves aptic and picturesque designs. He mounts parently no trace. To other children, each single grain of dust separately, so with more sensitive natures or more reas to make boquets of flowers and fern bellious dispositions, unjust words of releaves with butterflies hovering round. proof kindle fires of rage, which smoulThis be does in a space occupied by the der with sullen persistence under the ashes of to eighth of an inch. In another design he buret outseeming forgetfulness, ready If violently and unexpectedly. has a vase of passion flowers made of upward of 500 grains of dust; and again he' this seems an overdrawn picture one has has represented a pot of fuchsias, with only to think backward at one's own chilish days, and to recall the time when butterflies and birds, in careless treatment by an elder first of a square inch. Illustrated American; taught us to be bitter, unforgiving, resentful. Something Greek. A child's sense of justice is as keen as Modern literature, so far as the old fashioned scholarship could misguide it, his heart is tender, and this is one of the has imitated the Roman imitators of the qualities most necessary to a noble charmust be , blended Greeks, so .that we have not even had acter; a quality that the advantage of aping at first hand, and with truth and honor and we are Only just beginning' to feel the to give the right balance to" dispositions true influence'of the Greeks, which is al- which would otherwise work harm. A child's justice is always tempered with ways toward the study of nature. Wherus of one succeeds in .representing mercy to those he loves, and when in the ever home he is justly and tenderly dealt life, he is, seen to, have done something with he learns little by little that higher Greek; that, is,'' something true, some- sense: of justice toward all with whom something free, something beautiful, he comes in contact. - When his own thing novel, something temperate. small rights are carelessly and continuWilliam Dean Howells in, Harper's. ally thrust aside, Le, too, learns to play the brigand, to invent devices to achieve Be Missed HI Chance. the might which he has learned makes . A couple of property owners were inright. Harper's Bazar. specting some plots of land near the Luxreof them one when palace, emburg Reptiles In the Mesoiole Epoch. marked, "Look here, 1 remember the in the mesozoic epoch there apEarly time when I could have had a good slice marine though depeared of this land for-- the price of a pair of rived from land reptiles which, became more and species, boots." more aquatic through the necessity of liv"Why didn't you buy it thenr in water, developed on that account ing "I wanted the boots worse." Le Petit swimming organs, etc. Land reptiles also Journal. . began to develope in huge proportions. In localities exposed to the north Why they grew so big no one knows, cork is better than in those exposed to but it may have been because they had no rivals in tho struggle for existence; the south, and it is seldom found in had all they wanted to eat and natsoil, preferring always that of they the felspar, this being found principally urally increased In bulk. At all events in the province of Gerona. It grows no creatures are known to have existed and develops in ground of very little in this world comparable ia size to these Washvery stony reptiles of ages ago. Interview in depth, and sometimes in ' , Ptar. ' ington ' ' I , ground. ' i The records say that there were in all stated that in 50 per cent, of the It is 130,711 regulars and 164,080 volunteers, cast which go through the Bankruptcy court in England no dividend is ever or 294,791 soldiers in the aggregate, on American side in the war for indepaid at all. A grocer and provision the dealer failed in Glasgow. His liabilities! pendence. The figures as to the number were 1,470, while his assets amounted of sailors in that struggle vary within a wide range. h of a panay per pound. to . U tffrrt (j,'J, Priees That Ruled on Various Provisions Yesterday. Professor Thomson, in speaking before a feeble pipe from a man to the effect The continued bad weather bis had a tenthe National Electric Liebt association, that the girls are responsible for all the dency to increaae the uf Dmud COIiENT TIME TABLE d Tour iailividoal ,if perfi-riois the mutt lauIaUa thing ia tho worll to ttriTe far, but a the Bocleas of a g it is iuijtiJ. Fmjutut the bujr La out A men who occupy lt-- irr! M Turn. aula a t-- Ll Utah Central RaUway THE OGDEN TRUNK FACTORY Clothing House. AND REMEMBER YOU GET VALU ?tn fe curried t wHtIHW ltntefw, IboM of rapidly and honorably, it her mi--, roan or olrl, itnl la thrir own local itif i,irbriffir they live. Any on can do tba work. Eaay to Itarn. Wa raraiih arorythinf. We itart you. No riak. Tott can dero yonr tpar mnmenta. or all your tima to the work. Thit ia ma ntlraly new leitdnd brinfra wondarflil euecaat to awry workor. Berinnara an earning from S2& to & per week and apwarda, and more after little eiperjenee. Wo can furnish you the am plorment and teacb yno KIIKK. No anacato ti plain bare. Full BAUfc. formation FlUa. 12 , CO.. tf I & MYER, ,OEB PROPRIETORS. TJtf PRINTING INKS! To Printers and Publishers : The Commebcul PuBi.isntN Compant is carrying a large and select stock of Standard, Fine and Superfine News, Poster aud Job Inks. Kpller and Tablet-in- g Sizes and Varnishes also kept Composition. in stock. Those in need ol inks will do well to buy of Thb CommkbciaI. RECEIVED For Every Cent Spent in Our House. Manufactures tho Best Trnuks. Repairing promptly attended to. Old Trunks Taken in Exchange. Orders called for and Delivered to all parts of tho city. KLINE ft OPPMAN, St. No. 270 Twenty-fift- h MONEY; i 10 2410 WASHINGTON ATENHE.