|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN" 6 DAILY COMMEKtlAL: FRIDAY, APRIL K. Ie31. 13th, we will sell until April Monday, Commencing our entire stock of Diamonds, "Watches, further notice, Ware at actual Cost, for Cash. and Jewelry Clocks, Plated bona lide sale. All goods sold will be This is a 24'7'7 iust as represented or moneyL.refunded. B. ORTON. Ave. o-enuin- o-uarante- e, ecl Washington Fill NEWS A SHOSHONE. Yonng Man Ardder tally Shot in the Lungs. ASSASSINS THE Aftr Ling-erin- ix bueioet ntn. CLarW V. of Kelton, a fonuerly Tom, 'A and kno a in Ogdo, is also a very resibueiw popular and permai-'eia- t dent and eitLwn of this place, doing a good and proeperooe business. Mark XL Cuad. t Nebraska, on the 12th lost., arrived here with several very and Norman stallions for tine Pert-heroH stock is draft and uih all imported from France, and by far and must valuable as well as the high priced ever brought here. The stockmen of the horse raising and breeding persuasion are daily oomicg into the town to see, examine and price the animals. il. F, Thorn peon, of th is place, has recently tilted up some very hue and extensive horse market stables, and being one of the rnont energetic and successful horse dealers in this part of the country is taking great pains to make this a leading horse ma. ket town. Water will be let into tbe irrigating water ditch mains of the village by Saturday next, by Judge W. . Hill, superintendent of that department the present season, as he was for the la6tto two proceeding years very acceptable the public. Mr. Donald McKay of "The Lincoln" is still pushing bis improvement work in that tine commercial hotel with his accustomed vigor and it will be May 1st before his labors in that direc' ion are completed. Two additional through passenger trains from Omaha to Portland were put on the Oregon Short Line on the 12th inst and a new time table has gone into efTett, commencing on that day, making eastern and western mails one hour earlier than before. Spectator. procLct-c- t r.dt Ith Dor tor Some Tim He Swras to be Growing ErUfr. fint We have decided that we cannot keep store without REFEIGER 4.TORS. and after looking over more than FIFTEEN different kind selected the PEEliLDiS, as the best. (Made of Oak.) Refrigerators. Gasoline Stoves. n VICTIM. We Lavs bandied the OLD RELIABLE ACORN S IX) YE for more than ten years and have the endorse meet of eucdreds of customers that they axe U.e beet Move made. Stove Talk. pun. toin We got left last year on the New Process Gasolene but thi rear we are riV.t the push" with tbe very best one. We wdl Lave a car of the GENUINE DANGLER soon. WANTED. W'into-- i bi TAXTEI-T- em- wihks ors$ lady it ln-at at ijret it KEST. O T1XE 10 jron rent. SE. II ROOMS, m Garden Tools are needed now to clean up your yards w ith and we ant to furcish you with Rakes, Hoc, Spades, Digging Forks, Shovels, Garden Trowels, FX)8 Tn(jr-fouriPruners, etc li. M. AbbuM. at Km REYT-rCHMS- . ciuaeu usln tutft. a HCC8E. FOCR and erUar, V! AT Did you bar that w got the Order for tbe Electric and Gas Fixtures for the big Reed Hotel? We did. Don't you need some? We have a splendid line to select from. Business. HKE. 8ELL bOME VlLl'A&LK W'ASTfcO-T- O Urt. (mud ktryaia. Addm lio li, S Rakes, Et lit i ViiT- - With the great pressure the New Water Works have it will be necessary to W HOI replace your Rubber Hose w ith something stronger. We are H EA IMj L A KT EI rjK rEESI.-SEV auutiih. Ai(4j t for this class of goods. Rubber Hose. f. 7oR - TWEXTl- FIR--I PLUSAMT rXtF REVT-VShomioke, Idaho, April 15, 180L uLm1 t root i.um, lowtr ftuur ; claeap, JLcU A man Cohmkbcul: young Editor If there is anything in this ' 'ad" that interests you we would be glad to figure KENT PLEASANT earned IV&rl Ilaynea ccidntly ehot KOOU ii l,X)8 with you. 1 or hair funiifched. atiMS bimeelf eooi (our days ago, while working upon a water ditch oo hi mother's (ilierial 8UH'Lltoldera XeUns.ranch Dear Snake river, about 30 miles Kotir it bwby (irra that a (ptrial tafrtiut Cos for was Dr. sent from this place. of the turibuldttnof tU. (dra liu Livtit fwi Compatix, a eiinioratMia and dressed the wound the same night, ormaiid and and rxutin of Um law rf Ctah nuder b) virtu, ia b finding the ball had passed through one will be beld to caiisd brld and Tnrilurr, oo Thurtday, April 23. lul. at 11 o'durk a. n. lung and lodged in the shoulder blade of Uiat oar. at tb. eompacjr' thc. in behind, inflicting a very serious wound. Ordea, Ctult, for - th porptiMi of otin ob inereaun tb. capital nock of tbe eompao), The pistol had gone off accidentally while and inrmu-iiik- ; tb. number of iMrertora, the young man was throwing dirt out of Iate of tbe tint publir.uoo M.rrh S 11. the water ditch with a shovel. The Ijaviu i. Wale. wound may prove fatal, but not necesFmwiHit. so. sarily Lewis Davison, who was nearly killed outright in his store in this village on the night of March 20th, in an a' tempt by a bend in human shape to murder him and rob his store, after lingering a Sterling and Plated Silverware. Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties of every descrip long time upon the narrow confines beFOB BALE EVEETWHEBE. tween life and death, mostly in an inDiamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. R, L. Armstrong want some cheap tion. sensible condition, with day and night watches and nursing has lately begun to residence property for cash, north of 31st, : show signs of eventual recovery, which west of Van Buren avenue. Office, 2111 Washington Ave. at his age of over 67 years, may only be a F. R. LASHER, : 2463 WASHINGTON AYE. OGDEN, UTAH SIGN OF THE BIG CLOCK. partial one. His son Norman has bad Smoke Carpenter'a Oath Havana charge of his business ever since, and has done everything possible to care for his cent cigars. aged father. Sheriff C. C Haines has Take it before breakfast." Dr. Hen- offered tlOO reward for the arrest of the English Dandelion Tonic. ley's Frails and Product miscreant who perpetrated the atrocious accurate an out book personal deed, sending Patronize the new Commercial description of the man, who is believed bindery, where you can get first-cla- ss to back his made have Evanston, work at Omaha and Lincoln prices. to Twentv-fourt- h way St. Wyoming, w here he had formerly lived, but so far no arrest or capture has been To Ladies Troubled With made. (IX TAXNEB BLOCI.) On the night of the 0th inst. a young Painful or suppressed menstruation man named Archie J. Hulberd broke in Oregon Kidney Tea, if taken a few days JUST RECEIVED ! Another fresh invoice of COFFEE. If you want a fine cup of Coffee to a clothing store kept by a Mr Woch-insk- before the expected perioJ, relieves ail Telephone Xa 34-i- , Ogden. Utahtry the Celebrated JAVA and MOCHA. formerly of Logan, Utah, and pain. It contains no mineral poisons. stole a quantity of goods. Up n the l'2th, 1 -- sufficient proof having been obtained, Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the Grand Opera House Building, young Hubbird was arrested and tried on Schellhas Brewing company is the beet Orders folicited end Oarefol and Prompt 2516 Washington Avenue. the following day before Probate Judge beverage in the market. Attention Given to Vt li'erjr of Tbem. II. S. llamnton. who after bearing and Get your breakfast at the German weiirbinK the testimony, adjudged the defendant euiltv and sentenced him to restauraut. A new bill of fare. THE inv a line of 150 and costs of the proeeof Notice of Dissolution. In default of the payment cution. The business of the Ogden Commis the fine the prisoner was committed to sion Co. (incorporated! has been sold to the county jail of Lincoln county. To the store room under the Broom Hotel, now occupied by Mr. Raine, the The buildinir and premises formerly R. L. Armstrong who will continue the THE FINEST Jeweler. Before moving we offer: take We stand. old known as the City Bakery Restaurant business at the our him to owned and kept for years by U. l. mcn- nWsure in recommending 500 Shirts 50c, Worth 75c. 100 Night Shirts at Cost. ardson. was purchased a few days since friends and patrons and bespeak for 300 Workinpmen'a pairs WorkiDgmen's Gloves at Cost. 100 Fine Percale Shirts at CoBt. bv Meesrp. Thomas Fitzgerald and him a liberal share of the trade. All accounts due the firm prior to Augustus Keefer, who are refitting the at the office .. of buiUlintr to be known hereafter as the April . . . . be settled . . . 1st, must t i Occidental Billia d Saloon and Restaur HrainBra, tiooinson jo., uuuw oww on before or in buildinc. lieed Hotel will be expended Bank, ant. Over Ki,0U0 ShoBhone the coming business season in May 1st next to avoid costs of collection. In the World. difvarious kinds of improvements by Kespectrully, Ogden Commission Co. ferent parties. Per F. P. Sherwood, Manager, Mr. William Deery is stocking up a Ohdes City, Utah, April 9th, 1891. lumber yard with imported lumber, lath shingles and other building material by Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the the car loud, and all such material is in constant and increasing demand, being Schellhas Brewing company is the best measured. Bold and taken away by pur beverage in the market. chasers about as fast as it arrives here. I. E. Perrine is nlso establishing a lummi ber and building material yard, and 13 and from present appearances it will tax the resources ot Doth tnese gentlemen to We offer, for Two Days only, Everything at buppIv the active business demand, Mr, Charles V. Werinake who has for OGDKN, UTAH. nearly eight years past kept the pioneer FRANK MOXEOE. ! Manageb. hardware store and tin shop of this vilto on the alert lace, is kept constantly To Celebrate Our Removal. We are the Lowest Priced Ever offered for this Fine Household Article. We have supply customers in his line. A The fruit and confectionery establish House in the City. Come and See Us, them in Sideboard or any other size or style. ment of Mr. Thomas Seuter, in Mc- also as Crums old druc store building, 13. ! that of Tliomas I. and Robert J. Mc Mahon. and of L. K. Adams the efficient and ever courteous postmaster of Sho First apppnriuiro of tlio Mastor Mimls of Irh Ten per cent discount for the next ten days- Removed to 2351 Washington Avenue. shone, daily draw crowds of eager cus Comely, JOHN" HCUHES AN1 KllliK tomers. trirt nnnurunK of Amprica's BallancinK The county commissioners of Lincoln I'LAt'D NEWELL. county met here in regular session with Trapeese artist, a full board on Monday the 13th inst. Swond anil last wook of tlic Strongest Man on SEMELMAN, in conjunction with an abundance of official labor Earth,bisFRANK UlNLUKf-UKA- l tLU.) other feats he will lift a horse weighiug with before them. The Shoshone opera house, under the Premier sketch, duo and novelty artists, JOE X efficient management of Messrs. Egbert BYRON and MAY KLAM liE.. Andrews & Co.. is in constant good order Favorite sonc and dance artists, PEARL AR' and in very frequent use, as a favorite DINE and L1LL1E MORRIS. and a cood place of public amusement and accomplished vocalists, MISS Beautiful E. Mr. I. as is also the dancing hall of CONKLIN. Prices UU Headquarters. IT8-Eaqa- cu-bv- Funce's Hardware Store, 2448 TVashinprton Av. warn - i & (ml THE LEAPIJSTGr JEWELERS. WATCHES, DIAMONDS, CLOCKS, BEITMAN BROS., Cigars are Uneqnaled. LOW PRICES. GOOD GOODS. :, rp n m EPiTi FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. GROCERIES. 185 - TTTTT"VT"FiT1TT "VyiLL, MOVE ABOUT T 1 31 AY 1, NORTH STAR, L- - ATTERBURY, DOBSON & CO., 1 Hatter's and Furnishers, BARGAIN DAYS! THEATRE MONDAY AND TUESDAY APRIL PICKED SHOW. WEEK OF ARPIL Rechicecl Prices OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, Coiiso dated Terrine. FEMALE ino Co.. Will interest you if you are on the buy. MAUD HUTH and MISS ELLA Great dancers, ereat vocalists, preat come Mr. Wm. Sevier, boot and shoe dealer, dians. M. J. WALDO WHIPPLE and excellence and the shoemaker par a in organizing Shoshone, has succeeded The beautiful ami i.icturesqne opening scene fine village brass band consisting nresont. of eieht pieces. The band 3S LINSTREL, nosed of active stirrinc young busi nees men of the village, who already ovhibit uood proficiency in music and The evenintj's entertainment will conclude each evening with John Hughes' New and will be able on every requisite oocasion Rollicking Burlesque, In discourse the choicest tones oi nar mony in a very creditable manner. W. II. Banks, formerly in business in Ogden, and well and favorably known as a business men au over tne racinc cobbi Note The evening's performance commences since 1852, is a resident here, and never at 8:1) sharp. Popular prices 25 andtfe. Seats in boxes, 50c tires of euloirizmir Oeden and its more H. Garden Tools and Handles A. SPECIALTY. "IN GIRLHOOD" J. F. BDETON, MANAGER. TIIE LOWEST IBICES Give XJs a Call Pjhe FAIR, Troy Steam Laiflrj, GEO. A. CEAI6, PEOP., 137 25thStTeleDhoiiel07. Remember, I am the only Laundry man in Ogden owning and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery GOODS AT COST FOR rr 20 DAYS FOR CASH A JENNINGS, LAST & J- - THOMAS, 2465 WASHINGTON AV.