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OH PEN I1ULY i;4l) SLVEB. ALMOST re.' WnaTIl lust i- KLL.Il A Jat the o uiti i It ( a r-- '..r '.v ,r. i si? r' : u. "f arotici iv - rk Jerebaie u. the t ..bj-- 6 If . t.if, w..a ! j el rces MC t MJil .v of talk r. 'y it tLa 4':,rVr t.t.'-iii.'- l:as c:iril i -- .t-- i . i? to r r.krsCr.r tjUucaif ici k,..inis . it s.aer c.'.;i-roti.s-n. i.f ,:, r.r but i - :..- r j. '..: t .t' - exitji'er ' i:. '. h". J.hst:-!- r. Vac e r. s;'p'' M..i; Xrw-- !i !. f j.-- t ,.:;4iA : w.'r, A C-j- t;. ,t f.r U I1IT3K.EE - ff to k j" He . 5,.1-- c . 1 by r .H:-- ty C F. Fui.k. u ti..e i ii!. uslt-'l- vs. M:,ry 11 4 .est. is of m 1 1;mis, b:eat-iuntil t i f "fT t:i-- - '!' (IOVi: MATCH It itud Jiozi fiii ti Coii!iot w r.- - to ti I it v Wa VIi THEM. !j Hid of Tiem "Hcrled," Out-- the fti: tia.r e . y ''t m':!-- f w rf i.aouidm tel to ktw Vttr-- r ll.e. ; wtk. Rr.k"y cf It tai-- :u ..rk t- 1 I i.k:l I- ce t ai.y t 1.! h. A rest-.fie-- T-.i- d ( . 1. ' J li 'uie!:l : - iy - h BODHOLDF.R, Go to Wright s block for first class photographs in every respect. Notice. Parties owing us are requested to pay. The affairs of the company must be settled and unpaid bills will be given to our attorney for collection at law. Ltoht Citizens' Smoke Carpenter's cigars. Gath Co. llavaua A Good Hargaiu. and Two acres corner Twenty-sixt- h Harrison streets; 150 feet, corner Thirty-sixtand Ogdeu avenue, 2953 Washington avenue. h Patronize the new Commercial book bindery, where you can get first-clawork at Omaha and Lincoln prices. ss Heal Estate Transfers. Eeal estate transfers furnished by the What we Offer iu Millinery. Hendershot Abstract office, 2114 WashCome and get a noby trimmed hat for 83.00, usual price 85.00. Mrs. M. Fran-tyeington avenue, for April 23, 1801: next door to Clark & Sons. T). Weiustein to W. Weinstein, lots 22, 23 and 21, block 3, Riverview addition, "The great tonic, appetizer and liver f 1,300. English DanCora Wishor, to D. Weinstein, part of regulator." Dr.E. Henley's D. T. delion Tonic. block 3, Riverview addition, 81. J. F. O'Connell to C. S. Wishnn, part Wisdom's Famous Eobertine of block 3. Riverview addition, 11,150. W. B. Wedell to O. Boughton et ah, Produces a beautiful and velvet-lik- e to which nothing but the softness part of block 3, Terrace subdivision, skin and purity of an infant's face can be 1 2'X) J. C. Scott et ah to C. If. DeFrees, part compared of block 4. R'ishtou addition. 8100. Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the M. Buch miller to W. O. Kind, part of Schellhas Brewing company is the best block 2, Park Place addition, SoOO. W. H. McGary to J. L. L. Carlson, part beverage in the market. o' section 20 wist, VX). T. J. Wilson to A. W. Tracy, part of Now is the Time section west, JG5. and the Central Carriage Works is the , Total, 8."),01G. place to get your carriages and buggies The only comrepaired and painted. OX WITH MINING WORK. plete carriage shop in the city. All 2272 work collected and delivered. One or Two Good Real Mines are Washington avenue. Telephone 210. Nenled. To Ladies Troubled With Editor Commercial: It waB with a or suppressed menstruation Painful read the article fealing of pleasure that I Kidney Tea, if taken a few days entitled "Minerals and Mining" in your Oregon before the expected period, relieves all issue of Sunday morning. pain. It contains no mineral poisons. It shows that the business men of Notice to Criclu ters. do not intend to lay idle and let the Oodkn", April IS, 1S01. mining resources which nature has of the Ogden Cricket Club Members reach our within undeveloped. go placed If the movement as outlined in .Sun- and lovers of the game nre earnestly reto attend the first general meetday's Commkkciw. is successfully carried quested oit it will result in many benefits, both ing of the season to be held Friday evening, April 24th. Meet at Dr. Cook's to Ogden and Utah in general. As long as the mining industry of dental parlors over Kuhn's store, WashUtah lies in the torpid state it now is ington avenue. The business to be transacted is to elect otlicers for the season of eastern money men will not assist us, Ai.f Smurth waitk, G. P. we will have nothing to show for 1S01. which to ask assistance. It is upon Secretary. -. l-j- .... i I y !-. a y 1 awl alti-ethe- t- -1 .! ii.-.;- V ;.i-iia:i- n - -. Co.m-Mk.k- , i h n i h REASON. The Missouri Minister Who Was De ranged Heard From. Sheriff Behiap was in receipt of a letter yesterday from Thomas Warren, the Missourian whose mind was effected by the light atmosphere while passing through Ogden en route to Moscow, Idaho. The letter stated that Warren had reached m destination safely and he has fully recovered from the mental affliction with which he was taken at this place. It will be remembered that Warren had his son with him, a young man of about 10 years. The letter says in part: "I now take the opportunity to thank you kindly for all you and the other officers did for us while we wereat Ogden, and desire you to give my kindest regards to "all who so 'faithfully assisted us in our sore affliction. for never We shall forget you must nil accounts it. From you have had a pretty bad case on your hands. Hut I am very thankful indeed now that I am vested in the right use of e n. :.: :.--, tJ :" 3" - t;.u. i..-- .',- -'- thr .re. Lnt f. t , , ... .r T . - ) s;1.ra i.La J p;.s--- i e rii t fc.-j- f s;.:x! tu : buggnge a:: ie-'- . .1 ret-s- A jaser.g-- r Un:-jic.Th- . .:! c"-- pr.sat. tta.J if f-;,c- l.iifi. M . . E. tf r w.h.l: p;e e iel bef l Fie.-.i- w t:; er 1 c:;V.,j ...r I i . . .. .... Or. J . J.l , .1.1-- . 1 4 I .... t. . . a ... L ;' M:MTE 'KN' -- ':.v , ' Ai.-i- ... f: : A- t -. CiPINew . I 11. . g ,H j i. ZI.I. A'.rU tl.e ., FACTfAM.K. . a Pa-citi- c. . -- - Musical and Literary. there has been much call for tlie repetition of "The Cradle Songs," the . - 1 er..er m ti.e d.tyi."t rd-e- ' Sots. r- J V detit H:.ncr.ft. l.&i to em the Hi d s i, V.'urv , 1 iivL-uth Wy the L. 1. S'jeri:;tti.ie!.t C.iva: cf the I iui.o d :; c.et ti e tia.u i.t O ' ie:. !,' a pr .etVted at OI L f . i i.ere is Utueu fpoi-u;... th.s ruiiroaJ fiit-- i.s to the meaihr.g fc:trg n.nve. Jt is tiiougt.t ti.at ti.e g c'Ki.'i.isi tners, f ir s.icl. it is s::p-pe- i t:ie isitors are, l.avecon.e here to get after the Eaior. !Vt: for violatkm of ti e interstate c un 'i.erce laws. W. C. Sherris, an ol 1 Southern l'.u-ihojierat r, bus been appoir.te i to n clerical poit.u.u ill hi'; el inter.. lent Ki.app's oi!ice J. A. O'Dotu.e'.l takes Mr. SI.errla's place as operat r at 'i jar.o statio:,. The Union Pacific pay ear cf the Wyoming division baa arrived here. It is said that negotiations are tinder way iu South Dakota for the purchase of th Northwestern rondbed letween Ab and Oaks by the Northern The N irth western buiit ti:e line originally to connect it with the Northern Pacific and the sale would prevent the eo!tniet!ui of a new parallel line. If the transfer is made the Northern Pacific will reach Pierre some months sooner t him otherw ise, and tlr.s action on the part of the North western will naturally start tue public to wondering what the next move of the Vanderbiil interests will be.out iu this direction. The directors of the Ohio Southern have been considering the question of selling out to the Baltimore A Ohio. The latter road Las made up its mind that it will have the Southern, and if the directors do not agree to seli out it is believed that its big neighbor will try to co'npel it to accede to its wishes by opening hostilities as it has a very good onnortunit.v to do. the state board of transportation com prising Nebraska s railroad commission and which included the attorney general, auditor, secretary of state, and the state treasurer met at Lincoln on last Tuesday and elected an entire new board of railroad secretaries to succeed Gilchrist, Barber and Gilkisor..' The new board comprised Dil worth, of Adams rounly, Johi.son of Lancaster and J. W. Hayes. The'tirst two are republicans and the latter an independent. The report is denied in Denver that the Rw Grande is trying to terminate the contract by which the. Union Pacific uses its tracks from Pueblo to Trinidad. The report comes from that city that neither line is particularly anxious to abrogate the lease and tha't the rumors of the Union Pacific intending to parallel the Rio Grande's hue between these points is uncalled for as well as the report that the Sarta Fe was figuring on lire to Trinidad to building a cut-ot- f shorten their route to Mexico. George Vallery has assumed his duties astgeneral agent of the Burlington ' at Denver, vice John C. Swart?., resigned. Mr. adery was welcomed back to Denver by a host of warm friends, as he was connected Tor many years with, the same road at that city. Mr. Swart?., who left his lucrative position with the Burlington in order to gel out of the railroad business, could secure any number of desirable positions if it was not that he desire to get out. of the work altogether. lie is going east for two or three weeks to visit relatives but. has r.ot told any one what he expects to do after thai. The Denver & Rio Grande his sold four freight engines to the Rio Grande Southern. They weighed 00,0u0 pounds ?ach. The former road is building a new bridge across the Arkansas at Salida. General Passenger Agent Charles S. Lee, of the Midland, expects to increase the passenger traffic to this place and paints beyond very much during the piesent season. There has been a noticeable picking up ia travel oft that road tor some tune past wmch fulfills the prediction that was maoe some time ago that this line would raoidly come to the front as the most popular route of the traveling masses. The Midland is securing mush of the business which is coming from the coast as well, and if it and the Rio Grande, which is also much the favorite of travelers and tourists. w- -t Ntw J". .!..,-rero- f t 1 g.i.,e party. fv. x? t;. ..w Eo::. 3 "fe jeter.;ay af'rw.:i, .rihtech' rJ,"tr.,l urA I. I.: w :e v?n t:.t e g t: j. ii.ett. wh were ccc'!:.pi,r.ie.i ty i."o - A .. -t ti'. Svi.ery , tr'.i:ii u few ii.y :' tr . I aggisgH hi. i g. T;.. I. w .ti, .3 r i sp;-,-- .rs y.. iju Ker tf r. e.g.-- . Og .e'i :.:.,,. tei .y cars w l.i noted N.-lr- Lrs.'.ar.I;". It. - ir -- ji...... a. ? Mt.-Iti;;- Mrs. L. B. Mahan has removed her Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the dressmaking parlors from S. J. Burt & Bro.'s to Wright & Sons' new store. Schellhas Brewing company is the best in ine marue1;. For late papers and periodicals call on oeverage Miss Mary E. Cooper, 2313 Washington. Lace Curtains done up like new ones at the Uoden STam Laundry, Twenty fifth street, rear Reed Hotel. Br. L. E. Saunders Telephone 173. has moved his office and residen e to Grand opera house building, rooms 11, Mr. E. .Tessop having bought out the 15andlG. "Change Saloou ix Twenty tith street, bilhas refitted it up into a tirst-cias- s Today liard Tiall, sample room etc. Choice We place on sale Dickerson- - it Brown's wiues, liquors and cigars on hand. light weight soft hats, town made. We Messrs. Thompson and Scroggiu the two guarantee these hats the finest made. popular manipulators will be pleased to Wiil you see them? see their many friends ut this new resort. Attekbury, Dobson- & Co. Notice. the-firof All persons indebted to Carlson & Kaufman (Chicago Cash GroMethodist ladies have decided to give cery), are hereby notified that as assiga musical aud literaiy entertainment nee of said firm, all accounts, notes and including them in the "basement of the debts due said firm are iu my hands for church Tuesday evening April 28. collection, and you are hereby notified to call and settle same at once. O. K. T. means Oregon Kidney Tea. C. II. Ki.nc, Assignee. As s. j tUtej t en.u.ikii K.i:liu4d l'rkfit. TO he tli ther s u- - 1 W II AT A It E THEVHEEE FOI! ti.e lliiagLt to A!e--ks- IlESTORED Ia!- -. i ft f V. -;. 0-- 1 t ' wfce ljit .M- -r. ve!tt-i- , i:r-j.ii(i t.-It Wa in ikediun. hv.e ! Myle. !.!!: irrJ up the latent degraded Ti.e ivii-i- , E". :: f I ut eituen of that aortt .!g. 's Day is eursed, omii- - by the EcLsj: cdirniof Og mitu wtii l. Aauene uit!y the "f!lMIO' b cf the So:. t St. ' Ui' e. Iy koW3 !i9 i.- li. Mewei!-,- " tt ., and t g.ien s froM t e .r"", a .!! by de!-- ;' than its legitimate 1 lge at to bve 1 j.'oof L.ke ki eH share of iheni. It suii lher-- f re t.M-p.:.v kt tie hail of the f r the mip tu hewioe unJ beocnticu-a:l- f'tiy, It w.i K'!gi.t f Pj tiiijis iait evr.i-.g- '. A Co:jm wiu oc tise i an. e, ia fitupleteiy led to ti. i.bove by 1 J. ar.J ti'.ia!jci.l t.d: Vrmy, f li e f;e:--t that venter lay a whole bevy hi.: a ks ero Ugdt-('.h ia;s. aidwl by au f : sheriff of v,a. !. The P- - J. fcjrrxtt ..ccuj.iel the thr-utiai-lc- r l"ti county, Joha Turner, tnl u erhii-ir.al:del:t if the Kt,;u-!!i:S p! s S,.j'p rte l f other exj r.eu-- i tru.iers of hv Mr. J. ii. t of Ti';f-from ISa'.t C'ty sti 1 1'rovo :(it Luke C.ty. The Were on the el.t of th-- Lueu.trt of th whs wrilc.rr.el o .t a:, I ;irogrh'ii sumWuiiy gulieV George was re ei I wtii many gii.i of U'hitiiiote tui the 22iid out of ;vA e!:thus::i-Mi- . It hi at I'rovo with the very stale, but s,.' sf r euc"-f!i!. gold brick foil.j: t i:kb iuy trick. The tiiipleasuut infor'natioti fco.u. J. ...I.Pr..f. Si.-:.-. tiiat this SeeiUS to gr.it, Ps ,.' - i:k W ..JV Mr. .':i tour hi A'vt'RTi:R Mr. 11. ll.IJ..k , and the mob has many friends here. A S,hk, t.'omic Sir. Wm. Vaiwlm man horn id! oiicercei in tlie chase are sij:... (luni.r Mr. J. V, l.,.u Li.i.- -' ltue-,Inxtruiit' ical ... i l now eouvineed was Alien, the one of the S..UMrs. S.Ji,. -Mr. K..lr: jring w ho is uppoaud to have the money S..l..a... .V. i'.m.k Whitme paki over for tiie seventy-- e SeUtf i.tnir ., M nu l V:,iit-!,Ih:1!.,..!. Miunds of copper which he thought (.it. iht Mr. t tu.- Sin'irtl.wt.i-.- . was gold, was ietuinel here by 0:licer ?v.tut : Mr. t.l..-i- . k..nt Mr.Eii VAul-- if Fiauks, but his "smooth" tongue pro-! Sir. Gwiirff H) je ni..I i Mli.r cured his release and it won! i a jear 7 ir'- !,.. J. H, Majne that Franks was alsogu'led. Last even- Stusie, ".Star Sj.HnJ, J IJ.niu. r" .'.. ircl.e-tr- a ami Whitmore was evident that ing it The literary program concluded with in one or more of these with him the a "God Save the Cueen," in which the feearch were audience joined. ItKIXO WVtVHKb LOsI.LV, Then following nn intermission for and the natural conclusion is that the lunch, and a choice spread was enjoyed birds will be safely hidden at least until by the large company. The eelebrati n coucuded with a bull, the spotters for the gang are put off the scent in some George Whitmore, which was continued into the wee small president of the First National Bank of liours. The entire event was a creditable Xephi, and owner of "cattle on a thous- success, for li s local lodges and all w ho and hills." was seen yesterday by a participated. It was the first celebration al reporter. He is in hot pursuit of St. George's Day ia Ogden. of the gang who bilked him, and woe be CITY IN P.IUKF. to them when they ace caught if there is justice still left ia the land, for George is all American aud seldom fails in any unTransfers yesterday J5,0bJ. dertaking he once starts out on. About Pythian Sisters' ball tonight. the only consolation he takes until the Warm and dusty yesterday. gang is caught is that the bunco Bteerers who "did" him are the smartest of their Boxing match tonight at the Novelty. kind, which is proven by their successful bilking recently, Republicans rally at North Ogden toOX TUB SAME OAMf. night. of Lawyer Fisk, of California, to the The mercury threatens to get above 70 tune of 83.500, a man witn the best of every day. crima c t and much fis pr.u reputation The Cricket Club meets tonight to inal lawyer. George thinks that if as shrewd a man ns Fisk cauld be taken in elect officers. it is not so much a disgrace foijf i Utah See the new bill of fare at the German loy just in the heigth of his first enthurestaurant. siasm on mining to be gulled by the The Carpenters' Union met last night same mob. Hesayshelum lost some at the A. O. U. W. ha!!. money, but he still has some left to invest in Ogden real estate and Ogden The Pythian Sisters give their first iiMties. ball tonight ut the K. of P. hall. ""'.0 fellow who played the part of the The proposition is to organize the bus Sp isrd in the reeeut gold brick swin-,,- v t Provo when caught was found to iness men's club tomorrow evening. ,;,.v five one hundred dollar bills neatly The county teachers' association meets sewed in his coat sleeve, besides other tomorrow at the court house at 1 p. m. money secreted about his person and none of it was the money paid to him by Bishop W, X. Ninde will preach at the Methodist church on Sunday, both morn Whitmore. ing and evening. The District Court. Se posters for particulars of the Western National Bank of Pueblo, Kent's band festival iu Lester Prk paColo., vs. Anderson Pressed Brick Co.; vilion on Friday, May 1st. ord-?requiring defendant to appear beMr. L. 1. Robinson, manager of the fore Judge Pernn, referee, to answer Union Abstract and Trust Company, of defendant's property. concerning Council Bluffs, Iowa, is in Ogden'on a Westfrn National Bank of Pueblo, business trip. Colo., s. J. M. Anderoon et ah; order reAttorney J. L. Sch after, of Brigh'am quiring defendants to' appear before Judge Perrin, referee, ty answer con- City, was iu Ogden yesterday on a business trip. Me reports Bi'igham City cerning defendant's property. flourishing. Cut in the Mouth. Grand Opera The finest and most complete a photograph studio in tr.e west man near Last night midnight is located in rooms 72, 73, 74 ami 75 in named Lindsay got info a quarrel over the ( irand opera house. Call and See us. some personal matter with another man. Adams Bros.. bename not learned, in Wall avenue, Mr. Pollock, lata editor of the Salt and Twenty-sixth- . tween Twenty-fiftLake Times, and Rev. Utter, also of Salt in his the slashed opponent Lindsay face with a butcher knife, cutting his Lake City, were in'this city yesterday, one towards mouth ear, "and making a looking up the interests of the Unitarian denomination. bad wound. Lindsay was arrested by oiiieer Lern and the other man went to All persons desiring sewer conneca doctor to get sewed up. tions made reasonably, expeditiously and by skillful workman apply to Hob-soNot Severely Hurt Wiikerson. Otlice under Reed s A runaway took place yesterday on hotel with Graves & Gibson. of II. editor like it looked avenue James that Wallis, managing Washington Despatch, was about the might prove serious. George Lawton the Provo and Maggie Leek were about to take a streets of Ogden yesterday vainly searchfor the evidences of our vaunted debuggy ride. She was seated and he was ing His smiling features adorned eomff to tret into the vehicle when toe mocracy. horse started up, jerked away from him our oihee for a few moments. Call again. and at Washington and Iwenty-httstreet turned the carriage over. Miss Mr. Leigh R. Freeman, of Anacortes, Leek was thrown out ana bruised some Washington, editor of the Washington The what, but was not badly hurt. Fanner, is in the city. He published buggy was broke up a little, too, and the first Gentile paper in this territory the horse's heels slightly cut. outside of Salt Lake City, and that too r The animal will be sent out to work in Ogden. It was called the Ogden on the railroad all summer to take some Freeman. He built the first brick buildof the freshhess out of him. ing for if printing ofttce in this city. '', f j vij't5irl out ht Uatv m. t.r.Mia.rs itv. t tht it Olti- - U--- .y ueuectfl j Lt j- - t'i I bi - .M-- J iry . j t; u ;. eg Mr. U ,,r':. ie, aw v. ... Sjp mu.-xa he Las : t elirhct :n J.. -- ".', MKIXE I - er u! 1 - AM' - I ii-- i Hi :. .s Li-k- e Wed-ieMla- Og-3o- n .u , f: mi a.e . t I'uUt.-- t iil . .,'" FINANCE f.e" OF 11IACK AND TIIAVEL J n d i KigLt-Kott- -i 25-6-- - i h-.- s which fact aioi.e is well for us, for he is all for 6,'den. The time is ripe for smelters and furnaces to be erected in O.jden, and they are sure to come. The mining men lere cannot understand why it is that Utah people and especially tuose in and around" Ujjden and northern Utah, should be so wholly taken up with agricultural and commercial enterprises a.;d pursuits when Ogden is so fitted for a mining and manufacturing center, and feel that'while Ogd n is so far advanced in other respects it is at least ten or fifteen years behind where it should be as to mining and manufac-tunaconsidering its advantages, push, enterprise and resources. These ure the views of 'prominent and wealthy milling men who know whereof they speak and proofs that former writings on probable futurities are not overdrawn. Vj ai 'JuNh.UT. e.i-tte- exc-iiiui- I- I 'rtii t.j: Aj, !t.-i- vev-- r, ( '.rr t.. '. :.. J -j v- re-.rt- er roii.is-to .loi;r receipts. This to itiuui-- stiijK m.-i- i ar.il ri,t,i-t:- i' ftire be a Lighiy utertasnibg giov mutch to iMUif t:;:s way. be lo n:;d lovers of It an w .l doubtitss U? tSu''. mtereM ai; i Uv'uwt iireci y, h;!,l to theie in forcv. tiid tk-itrest h.-- l !ji:?r;t iuirw.:y f ev-tt :ufM of teu and of I'taa, lioh Fold Caught. Oil 1lii was a!, iijto yesterday with the On btri.-?hav-ji- ; of ly un rich irt een:i g noted housereji hitfix madf i:i oi'.e of tiit? nuues ti se breaker r.umed Hubert Ford was caught fiii.l t j I . ? i ity. Ti. fticts as he stepped oif a train at Salt Lake ite'vr. ratiier than txaerateil 6.:r. ner.l A I'tdy noticed a scarf ho wore Ciinil Mr. S. 11. (,'iive City. tiii? t'u-s-jhas ii wo working on his mine, tim ''Fur was one that had Ijeen stolen from her hihI house. Slio told the conductor who had V."et," situate J between 1Vii,hC rnuue. for the p:t two yean or mow an oiiieer take Ford iu when he got to Zi r.i. wit:; f airly g ou ir ?;irts. J returned Al ter some pumping Ford broke down briii-- i fr mi there day before : with him so:i.e of tlm ore hliU8 been and said he had a lot of boodle at one of safety deposit vaults. An examinadiifina for, winch is exceedingly high in the tion revealed a large collection of dia6;;ver, aud is, iu fact, worth monds and other jewelry, a sack full or A I'OfSa A DOLLAR two of it. as ii is taken frm the mine. When Mr. It may be that some of the Btutf Give was ran down, by it searcher after taken from Ogden residences will was, he very pleasantly informed the be found in this haul. writer that he v. as not in the lield for Notice. newspaper pulling or notoriety; that lie had a good enough thic and did not All persous indebted to F. R, Lasher waat to advertise it or offer it for sale. nre herein notified that as assignee of H r.vever, when convinced that it was for said F. It. Lasher all accounts, notes and ti e welfare of 0,'den that the public debts due him are in hands for colshould know what the earth is yielding, lection, and you are my notified to hereby above as facts set call at No. 15 Twenty-fourthe willingly a? the street and f jrtli and also the foilovvin: The ore is sett! same at once. a. coarse giar.ite quartz, containing liKoaoE PitoriiHiT, Assignee. chloride of piker, black sulphurates and steel galena. The ein is three feet wide "Take it before breakfast." Dr. Henand f urteen inches thietc, and of course ley's English lhmdeiion Tonic. ruus no., man knows how far. Any exI. O. O, F. pert on seeing the ore will VO' CH FOi ITS All members of the I. O. O. F. are corThe ore is hfct kind that shows for it- dially invited to meet at the hall Sunday self at 'o-'- not r.eed testing, but to morning, April 2'., at 10 a. m., to attend make rfs.airar.ee doubly sure, and to sat- - divine service at the First Presbyterian may be inquisitive mid church, corner Adams and Twenty-fourt- h isfy th se d 'ubtf jl, V Cuve had it put through streets. (Signed) the crucible, and a chunk of solid silver W. 11. May, Committee. . is was very eas taken therefrom. It nclusion that the mine . Get your breakfast at the Gen a foregone will be worked, and soon be known ns restauraufc. A new bill of fare. " ' one ' great producers of Utah, and i" Horses Wanted. tributary to Orfden. When in opera. - the machinery, mine, miners or 50 head of good saddle To Og-&furnished forty will buy be aud supplies by and it is scarcely overstating the horses between four and seven years of facts when we say the o.e wiil be age, aud weight 800 pounds andcollupFor further information at Mr. wards. smelted and refined in Oifdea. J. M. Dee's stables on Twenty-tiftCave" is on 'the way to become a. street. ' BIXMTFa e c a ! ui.;t -e in the iu lie ti. J. n;.d n.uney grau'rd. I the ecerjt tjersV.". f ir ht r- i IAFTEH ij Trail Hard ever.ir.g ua eight-roungl.ne c iBtt-.- t wiii take plate ul the Novelty bet Aeeu Oscar C'oni.ors. champion Jigl.t-e!j.'t'i..-- . :e hrsa nr. J l.iij'V t'.rt'-of Caiif tr.isa find Ciiarit Ikrart, it-tan-.ti s 0'I-.i- , uo ilil cha luido tf Monti;!. :l vll f'.r hi! t j ertr.ue a S.rJt? on tLi Xhi iipioa b--- l luatch is tr.an to wiri anl t.f,! iy t!.e mattt-- r si hi to tn.d take stakesf"rtl;e of and the , a 1 Lt-: V. 4. :'. , J rL'.c- c ucftt F. L. 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H.-- r - icj? ti!-- r. t C'lil anJ W- Caiifortii t 11 rent,. T luaiLei a Iheljf a:i I tri..-ui-?- i .:.!.. -t t zi'i .... .. TY h ii.toveme:.! iu t!. WM'L.-- r h - !....! a "!eot oa -- .fi ciark.-- t iu iiiciea!MC l',pui.cly fiii.i ti.e .lemic, I. All r.'j.n ii r.l.-f- , in a:ul a j"iivj iiici' li are !! !.i till tli.-ij.r..m.tlj. li.es are all h iM ). Tni with tlie (.nliioe Jealer lia jucie at h -t ti cut. durin tti- -t i:U i.o ini!icati..ii ,.f a f.'iir ii faUr.j imt tv P..Mt...i in ii.mi.l un t the atifi.lv ut.c!ijiiij..,i. li,,. nwijulc inereM-iii- h' t'k ry iia . muiK.-- l ti'iiidiiis firm, viitl. n t,,- ileiiCi 1.1 a.ltanw. Tm tfriiin au.l fi.iur market hut in. a.lvmu-- e win. feti-iisli- , a r.vor.lej. Til.' alea ..nliu Kefe: ..f ...... S car of B.tjii.n., lu .lei.-i- i tfnii iuiu,' I.'aO hi iui1i.I c;i-- e uf raii4mc IJ i ,V el iun,t ..f rlniUiirli. ami t. u- - ut carrots. The ruHiiir muM itmus wi.re ai f...'iu- - tin un .1. : i.rii-.--. I s.tietif 1 lie i.r,uw i rft.-1- )l f..li..i: llutier. " tvi-- I " f 'Uwi.', Ix-- flnli. 5fl..,.i . .irni .t It Kk. n.r :i in 0 . -- I . t I ail. ulle i .t I'tuli. per ease, otleied wllcr,. I A.W. ittriii l l'olatoes, cai ka lu ' ' " ORl:l: sapkeilorTr'il buyer " fiMise, li ft . ?s l )l $.., VBOtTABUKH. Kailislii's.(iU!t.l ,tr Lttuc". l..-- t L'talt, pur d..i. iiunteJ I. (.7 Teen IVas, jier i'). ipint."! bry iMiimis. Kr Pi.otfnriHl buyer,. (i iir..Mi ollillU, iier liuz. quoted l"j Wafer cre. ilez. ijuitle.l I ......... CaUlitnte, Ixwl ChI., mr P). qiioted tcJ oilere.! t.!!or. er li !i it c.l irer immlreilliumlreil. iiilKnil seller Turnii. Carnt. KiutOm-b- re. 11 111 Far-iiii- mt l)est Utili. , I. . r n. ,t 111. . . 0; . 01 ' 7". .jiuile t i.tlereit m'II.t, 04 ORKI.K FRC1TH. ti "3 Oraiu'ns, tjareU, best n!Tercl snllnr Oraiis'.w, S.H..Iliu- -, river-iil"-- ,. iiifere.l h.'ller gS " ' mountain stuck.. ...... Hii) Lemons, oilere.l tielli-- r per case 0 30 Okieii KRi ITH. Iri.' l ai.i.lrti. I'st V'.ali. ultereil buyer.... li Irii4 l'eacU.v-i- . be.--t lhali.otlercii biiyer.. roi'LTav, Livn chickens, .er .l.iz otTere iMr Hi. nrliTe.l iJjesseil " W!iit, (.11 buyer track. ORAIX. Os' pel ln. l buyer. 4 i". It i I 7S to buyer nffere bii-b- i'l I b'tver i.r (''"'I'H'I barley. .er lm i.rlereit Keller....' l.v vltonsl w.'ller A.ijlfa sivJ - Iini Pis (iffer...) tv 1 fir. 5 s ll.OI'R. Flour. bst ft all. nffered seller .er Flour, utraijrht. seller 2 15 V J i At 1 J Tlie Bijt Store Wash. Ave. 23 UTAH. OGDEN, Do you. wear a narrow width shoe and are you pleased with those you have been wearing? If not let us call your attention to our several lines of ladies shoes and to our line of Strong & Carrol's shoes for men. These are"korrect shape" light and durable and are particularly adapted to the sidewalks of the west at the same time being of elegant style and workmanship. Uur 75ct. mosquetaire and 4 button move is equal to those you generally pay $1.25 to $1,50 for- We are headquarters for ladies' jackets, notions and lace, madras and silk curtains, also men's neckwear, underwear, Etc, and having a general store we are enabled to undersell all competitors. Our silk department stands without a peer in Ogden, and our prices sell us more goods than are carried by other people. We have the most elegant room in the west - in which to show goods-W- e buy the largest quantities, thereby getting the lowest prices. We have less expense than any other firm of same proportion in business, and we give to our customers the benefits derived by our unexcelled position. iv. 11. 2329-233- 3 m & k COMPANY. Wash. Ave.