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Or. DEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: TUESDAY. Al'PJL 2?. IbM. MKS OX Int-f-!i- AND MINING. auJ Activity in OIrn t Growing Iai!r. THAT ; Wi ts ' rt.l tLe t. '.tTL CKr?Xs -- 1 e-u- NOW ALMOST A BOOM. bufcn to 6tt0 here tLkt it wouid be betn-r.- t of limit-ti- t to the micir irdu-Inof upper I'wh if the otter dau ui .a rw buut for the tt-luet- l Ogiru of ore. It would be a great fac- SlnT Piwuineiit Evtn be said of that the snow lie too deep to allow prob" in the Ligh mountains. The week haa brought into the city float ji&st of fabulous richnewi and the pnwiiecUi that r beictf worked in Ogden canon, t side of the range Dear Ogon the den and in every locality where iwq are making examinations, are hourly giving new proof that the tuarly dawn of mining prosperity and RICH I1XVF.RIM is upon us. The owners of some twe!e or fourteen new miuea have been in the wet-and all show city during the past good ore tliHt has been discovered in their workings during the present spring. The copper and silver prospect each call to mind other days and other camps when the old time stampede would almost depopulate the mining town as men hurried to the new K.Jurado. The vast fields of dolamit lime that lie to the northeast are at last about to give vpU) mau's use the vast treasure of galena ores they have held hidden away for ages, and the copper musses that lie far down in the contacts will be soon brought to tha light of the upier world. As to the question of rich ores existing in northern Utah, pectit THAT IS SETTLED. The only question is now to make preparations "for the work ahead. There will be a large influx of miners aiid pn s- pectors during the early summer, ana alout midsummer capital from the outside will begin to seek investment in Veler coui.ty mining property. We would advise ail who are interested in mining near our city to prepare for a stampede such us has no; boon Been before in the history of Utah, and we will here state that the only reason of this excitement, being stayed is the weather and the slow melting off the snow in the hills. During the paBt week the arrangements entered into by many for going off on distant expeditions have been pretty well completed, and by May loth the one great object or numerous men will be to take a hand in the opening up of new iliseoveriin. The writer of this article is in honor bound to keep some things secret for the time being that if known would hulf depopulate our city IN THRKE DAYS, but the yet inclement state of the weather and the cold nights in high altitudes would render it liltle shortof criminal to attempt starting explorations and work where on account of cold there would certainly have to arise much suffering and misery. And now that the work has lgan let not the Those who will be preparations cense. prepared to go and take possession of the new Holds first of course will have the lion's share and those who come after will have the satisfaction of reaping a rich business harvest. The new district will soon demand a Btage line and mail route from Ogden, and the consumption of general merchandise at these mines will add a great deal to the trade of our city. There should be at least five t housand added to the population of Ogden and the country al large by the opening of the new districLs during the year 1801, and as to the increase of wealth from the same We source we need not conjecture. predict from present appearances almost as much for the COAL, AND IRON Interests of upper Utah, for the time is at last here when Ogden will have to establish mining reduction works that will constantly require new castings and the hundred other uses of iron are daily calling for the establishment here of an iron plant Amoug the conspicuous items of mining interest that forced their existence to tho surface is the rock strike in the Far West mine, owned by Mr. S. H. Cave, west of Corinne. The ore is of fabulous richness in silver and the strike, after years of labor, proves how fortune favors the brave and nervy. Through hard trials and long labors Mr. Cave and partners worked for years iu following the little thread of indication that ran far, far into the refractory granite of Wild Rose mountain, but at lust the genius of hope led them in to the chambers of Aladdin and today Mr. Cave, as a reward for his perseverence, is we are glad to say A BULLION KINO. We might say that as much might soon be said for many others in our city who are now about entering the new Held. The present summer will bring to our city men who from the mountains of our territory will take forth wealth with the hand of a wizard, and this same money they will scatter among us with the hand of a prince. Then may we see Ogden real estate boomed to its proper value, and tho magic power of new dollars rear high walls of brick and stone fit habitations and business places for the use of civilized man. Throw open the gates and let the best manhood of our nation come forward. We want muscle and brain to develop the wealth that is now about to be uncovered and n willing thrifty bandof workers to occupy every waste that yet lies unwatered iu our fertile valleys. Thus may agriculture, mining and manufactories together enrich and build up the Gem Citj ot the Ivocky mountain world. We would like to add much to the above remarks but as we can not give vent to any more information on what is coming as it would do injustice to others and betray contidence, but we will state that as we write this article we realize the great changes that are coming and 'or the first time during our residence the Rocky mountains do we Puru-- i d . lLel-a- t u lie t... i.tuf i.r ii rej the for ac appn'priatk to jig MrUiori D.v. : : buUd A. IL arit in OI'JJ FELLOWS' A.NH I LvlKY. ui'je-w-!-! aud Lni tLat ; trriiul u l itaie an The Was TLe seven a-i- ed celc-Ua-- t rm Lat Utiuorh! I'r ff OU Fellows wis eelcbratnl by ti n.eu.er if Ord-- r ltdejj:dfLt fi'.tiLgly the wrry t ,J at r ty-e.- 5y.rLt ry Surtevful. Y ordt-- r in itt city atl tLt ir faiii;.t attorrev the b u.:rtH-!-ito report an or Imatu. cre lat evwntg in the I. O. O. F. Loll on ating a tew sewer distru-- t which w.'.l in- Ter.ty fourth ktrwt- clude TweMy-eiitstreet from Wiw.Lii.g- Tte early jtrl 1 f Ihe pry ram Un Ui U ail. of a iu'..Mcd and 'erry ei t TLe tiiay.ir w hat wtk-was rendered asfolktws: the eH)iH-il wanted don in regard to I'retM- dect Harrison's party. It wius decided lAlnr J I McMilits 10 leave st,e whole matter la Ihe I atids . kr. Barrw of the mayor for the prevent- - Adjourned. lu?ruuila S..k IW iii.vl tLot the t; v J We have just finished - un- - 1 ioauin; a car ci Kill RIGFRATORS, 1 Tte Otfdm City Railway Company Accepted iu Fraurhi-- e Pro-jte- d Sewers. TLe City Council itet at the usnal hour last night with all the men. be r prese&t. After the readicg of the minutes of the previous meetiegthe subject of petitions ti D. was taken up. A. M. Johnson akad for employment The Deep Creek Find. in careing for the ground about the Mr. El wood Mden returned on Saton halL committee to the city urday night from the Deep Creek public grounds. country which the Salt Lake City ked for prompt James J. Smythe ra are painting up as a new Eldorado consideration of Lis for a franpetition just now. He brought along some fact chise to out in an American District about that much vaunted region which to the 00 will save Ogden people and miners far telegraph service. laws. and near from being gulled into being led out in that deeert to watU their TO SHOW CP W EB1.B COrSTT. A petition signed by about fifty leadmoney and pay ten prices for very mean amiu niodationa. ing firms asked that the appropriate For instance, there is not a drop of a amall sum to pay part city of the salary of water that can be used nearer than Dug-wa- y a comiietent secretary to keep on hands creek, which is twelve mile from an exhibit of the resources of Weber the nearest mining work and this alleged county. The remaiuder of the salary to water is not tit for man or beaet to be paid by Weber county. Such an exdrink, being about the hue of muddy- - hibit to be under thedirection of a comcolored miik. A Bam pie of it can be mittee appointed by the Chamber of seen at The Commlkcial office, left Commerce, Ileal Eetate. Exchange, Prothere by Mr. Maden for ihe benelit of duce Exchange, Ogden City Council Ogden miners. This stuff, composed of and Weber County court, liefered to clay, alkali and some water is sold at the the finance committee. nearest mines for five cents a gallon! reA petition from the "worn-ou- t I hen as to the mineral. there is a porters" praying that the council shut good deal of low grade ore there, but on debate promptly at midnight was there is nothing to warrant any great ordered to be consigned to the waste In fact, Mr. Maden fays, basket by a unanimous vote. excitement. there is no excitement out there it is The committee on laws reported on a ull in the minds of the Salt Lake City number of matters referred to it. boomer. Most of the proiecU are just The ordinance fixing the salaries of being opened and there is no telling city justices of the peace was reported whether thev contain much or litthi ore. favorably. 1 lie m. Low, regarding They niay not hold out at all. petition of Mr. Maden it of the opinion that there the Ogden City irrigation canal, w as re is scarcely anything in sight in the ferred to the city attorney. mountains near Ogden w hich is Dot as THE IIACK STAND. good or better than anything on Deep The ietition of the hackmen regarding Creek. the repealing of the resolution fixing the north side of the City ball for a hack The, Police Record. stand was unfavorably reported. The sanitary ordinance rejected at the Harry Lee, the yourg man charged with forging, was committed to jail by last meeting was favorably recommended some modifications. Judge Pash in default of $X0 bail. This with of the' plunders asking The was a case of confidence bet rayed. Lee for the petition of an insiector of appointment had been entrusted by Harry Watts piumbmg was favorably reiiorted, the with a chock payable to himself which surveyor to be such official. Lee was to have carried to the lutter city 'the matter of illegal tire escapes being but, as it is alleged, he endorsed the erected the Grand opera house was check and got it cashed at Brandlerg & ordered by referred to the city attorney. saloon and the money. Murray's kept The committee on fire department re At the time Watts was sick at Hot ported, among oiner things recom beon was his account of and it Springs mended that Mr. R. Klompst be allowed ing unable to come to the city himself to erect a fruit stand on 1 wenty-fourtthat he placed the errand in Lee's street. hands. The committee recommended that the James Kennedy charged with assault citv marshal bo instructed to have cut at depot grounds was given fifteen days. down all large trees on business streets. Arthur Fink was given ?5 and costs This was aimed at the big cotton wood for drunkenness. trees on Twenty-fiftstreet. After much Fxl. F. Kooher, charged with drunkdiscussion the matter was referred to the committee on lire department with in enness, was given $3 and costs. F. P. Vincent was fined ?o and costs struction to report another resolution for drunkenness. The committee also reported that it E. Brown. E. Thomas, E. IDanch.Thos. had leased a piece of ground at Five Anderson, Wm. Smith and II. Winters, Points of Z. Axtell for a tire engine house. charged with vagrancy were given teu A building has also been contracted for to cost not more than 8250. days each. Report ilymer Walter, John Harrison, Jos. adopted. Bram-naEXTENDING THE MAINS. Veltman, James Lacy and John charged with vagrancy, ten days The committee on water supply reeach. ported that it had consulted with II. C. Gilbert of the City Water Works comJiKljre Bishop's Court. pany, and his company could not lay the Estate of Mattie Davis, C. B. Davis water mains north of the riveron acSeveral memtiled administration bond of ?250, which count of the high water. bers of the council expressed satifaction was approved. Estate of Henry (larguere, petition that the water company recognized the filed for appointment of M. V. Gilbert validity of the contract with the city and the report was referred to the committee administrator. Estate of Thomas Taylor, hearing on on laws. PAYING THE BIIXS. final account postponed till June 10. Rees T. Hen ninger estate, the court The pay roll of the city marshal for fixed Friday, May 8, for hearing on set- the past two weeks was presented, the tlement of tinid account of the adminisitems amounting to $0G3,G5. The items tration. of ?2 for arrests made by J. B. McClel-la- n Estate of Sara T. Taylor, petition for and A. E. Koch was objected to but probote of will filed and heariug fixed finally allowed with the remaiuder of for Saturday, May 9. the roll. The pay roll of W. L. Porter, superintendent of public grounds, amounting The District Court. to $123.72, was ordered lid. Hon. C. S. Zane, of Salt Lake City, The pay roll of Mr. Bowman, street presided by request of Judge Miner. supervisor, aggregating $308.05, was preJohn S. Lathan vs. Wm. J. Hill, order sented. The supervisor reported that 8275 of this was expended on the citv taking a total of 37.50 from the cost of cemetery drain. Mr. Allison thought the bill for costs and fees. city might save money by letMechanics National band of Kansas that a the ting contract. Pay roll allowed. City, Mo., vs. Theodore Robison, trial to The pay roll of the c.ty scavenger for Continued. jury. 843 was aliowod. The bill of P. A. Snyder, !50.40, for Real Estate Transfers. boarding inmates of city hospital, was Real estate transfers furnished by the allowed. The last bill ot W. L. Tackett for feedUeudershot Abstract office. 2411 Wash-ingte- ing city prisoners was allowed. 1891: avenue, for April 27, Carpenter work on the city hall to the The C. A. Frear to P. R. Flanagan part of extent of 513 was ordered paid. lot 5, bio ;k 1, plat B.. 827o. city marshal's sundry expense bill of 810 R. L. Xute to P. W. O'Gorman lots 52 was ordered paid. All other bills were and 5.1, block 4, Prospect Heights, 8200. referred to the committee on claims. The invitation to attend the May dny T. C. Chamberlin to O. P. Herr'iman, Military band in part of blocks 1,2,3 and 4, Herriman's ball given by Kent's was Lester park pavilion addition. fl,O0O. accepted. J. L. Dee to E. Moore, Jot 28, block 1, THE FRANCHISE ACCEPTED. Valley View, S250. L. R. Rhodes presented a communicaJ. L. Dee to A. T.Moore.lot 29, block 1, tion that the Ogden City Railway comif JO. 2 Vallev View, the franchise granted by accepted pany A. C. of to Frear, part J. WVWhitton the city. section o, township 0, range 1 west, tUo. The bill of the city cemetary sexton V. Reno to Z. Astill, et al., part of sec- of 10 per cent, on the sale on lots in the tion 7, 8, 17, 18, township 6, range 1 west, cemetery was referred to the committee ed pap-e- d h h n 31,000. Total prisucers con-fitte- I- cn r A NEW HEALTH ORDINANCE r and little lass T-uo- Mr. TVHs northern Utah. The only thing that prevents a ruh to the Liila is the fact ; it,?. GraLtd - prospector v .! Ure ;t Uth. It u perLapa out of tLe nure of our profitable alike to builders and also Enough tor, to ttj.e bo woull employ theckip Mo tL Mituiion t About poat-- to be thus obt&ined aod I would Lcre fctale if 11 - at ad in the racge of W hit is t'oUiiu?for Leaven's take let ibis t,biU-work be putted to couipleUuo, for io The Mcitemeot that tauk ris Ktue aian can resize tn amount of good it do for Ogden in cheapening ti e ek hgo throughout Utah Lts treatment of tow grade silver ors and booui. reached point liUi fehort of . in the f umWLiEtf of cheap power to Weotfra Utah is rapidly filliug up with umhy or aiichc of luanuf acturmg. A a'. p-i- 1 IT IS tvl t tie c sje tca ker fArm IN THE CALM of e'.nm of feu--- ! to dawn upon Oieo t, fcijd Silt Lnk Cty. Tbere DewJ l 1.0 r:iiry. Th. r t eough f ull imdeotw nut ci our torn lory TLe LVdal i4 tLe propers: v la suure f ? fc a- - $G,240. Notice. To all members of Union G35 Carpenters and Joiners of American and to the public: This Union in regular session on Thursday night, April 2.1, adopted the following resolution regarding the season's operations: liesoiccd That owing to tho present depression in the Building trade we hereby change article lot our demand by striking out tho clause, "The minimum rate of wages shall be $3.fi0 per day," so that it now reads, "That on and after the 1st day of May, 189, nine hours for rive days in the week and eight hours 011 Saturday shall constitute a dav's work." Remilred, Also that we strike out the Lkf Ccrtis, whole of article 4. Chairman of Executive Committee. on laws. CITV IX is in the city. . The Atheletic club met lastight. A. Phillips, of St. Louis, is at the Pa cific J. RLeggett. of Oakland. CaL is in the citv. "Cradle songs" at the M. E. church to night. Chas. Piiiue, of Denver, is a cuet at the Broom. O. L CorwelL of Xew'York Citv. is at Broom. W. It Rogers, of Rochester. X. Y is at Pacific. the W. E Smedlev, of Salt Lake, is stop ping at the Pacific. Chas. R. Howard, of Chicago is a guest at the Pacific hotel. Chas Collins, of Sua Francisco, is a guest at the Broom. E. J. Caldwell, of Salt Lake Citv. is stopping at the Broom, S. P. Wright and wife, of Kansas City. are guests at the Central. Frauci Elder, of Chicago, is taking iu the sights of the Junction city. The Mining bureau meets tonight at the Chamber of Commerce rooms. For late papers and periodicals call on Miss M.iry 11 Cooper, 2313 Washington. The Cradle songs program will be given at the Methodist church this evening. Mrs. L. B. Mahan has removed her dressmaking parlors from S. J. Burt & Uro. b to right & Sons' new store. Jlr.Coonlcy of South Bend. Indiana. has returned to O den to look after his extensive real estate interests here. His many friends are pleased to note his return. All who wish to sjiend a pleasant evening will do well to at end the musical and literature entertainment to be given in the basement of theM. E. church this evening. Grand Opera The finest and most complete photograph studio in the west is located in rooms 72, 73, 71 and 75 in t he Grand opera house. Call and see us. Adams Bros. A. B.Johnson returned to the city yesterday after an absence of seven weeks. While away he sold the cattle from his Colorado farm and set out 90 acres of fruit trees. For the May 'day musical festival of Kent's Military Band and orchestra, to be given on Alay 1, at Lester l'ark pavilion, that building is beinir verv cailv decorated in the interior. All persona desiring sewer connec- tions made reasonably, expeditiously, and by skillful workman apply to Hob-so- n & Wilkerson. Ollice under Reed hotel with Graves & Gibson. There is a fine time in store for Indies and children in Lester Park pavilion on Friday afternoon, and the cost isonly 2o cents, The lucky girl gets a doll, and all the children present will get free candy. Mrs. Xellie CTPreshaw was yesterday paid over the sum of one thousand dollars, payment in full of the life insurance of her husband, the late S. M. Preshaw, with the endowment rank of the K of P. This is the first death in this, the Ogden section Xo. 551, and the secretary Adolf Schansenbach, is deserving of credit for his promptness. THE SANITARY ORDINANCE. SALARY OP POLICE JUDC.ES. H ) it a Mr. tusrtu....Mr. lln.l. fci.mi,Hai,r. Me oi. we propose to have a little circus of ourown. Al tlu Bur ui Now these Refrigerators Mr. Burleigh are the finest in the world lA.vf fcui Truiu. ! . ur Attiiii. . Teor6..l.... rid 1 14 i ".Z. Voc! Solo lii(ruuirtjiJ t:-- Villi t Eiutiuu iiui-- t aiid T) re M Sl. M ii &urauoJ.ilo I Am IotrunMatal Dim BaS.lo iluK!mu Mr. Bartoa r--. lir 1 11 Ran, Mt. iiairj TLiiimb and LnU-rwi- J tl tmitHil Con-ti- i. Kim .Mr. McOtvUe mi On u. iwj.. h.w.Ijewis ificiateI as master of The memliers .f the ceremouiee. fraternity were present in numbers, the large hall being tilled. After the above program was com pleted dancing w;is participate! in by nearly all present w Inch was thoroughly enjoyed. 1 he occaMon was, as a whole, very satisfactory arid fall of memories the order. gratifying to Ihe various committees in charge were as folio s Committeeof arrangementt: A. Ijoeb r F. W. Iewis, BrandUrg, J. L Vallace, Wesley JaUea, W. H. Turner, J. A. Johnson, ,Niewnrt McLeeee, D. Hays, Meedames. Booth, TreeuudTo Or-a- " Rocky Mountain Amber, made bv the Schellhas Brewing company is the' best beverage in the market. Mr. E. Jessop having bought out the Twenty-fift"Change Saloon" street, has refitted it up into a lirst-clas- s billiard hall, sample room e'c. Choice wines, liquors and cigars on hand. Messrs. Thompson and Seroggin the two popular manipulators will be pleased to see their many friends at tins new resort. 257 Reception Ciinmittee: E S. Luty, A Oottmgh:im, C.S.;Rapp, B. F. Shepherd, F. A. Dillingham, J. C. Hopkins, D. A. Murray, Mrs. Minnie A. White, aiiss r.mma t urner. Floor Committee:-- !!. D. Kirk J. I). Hurd, F. W. Baker, W. B. Wedell and J. M. Shephard. T. h LOW I.R THAN TlIIilRS. Which would you prefer, the Best at the lowest price, or the Common at the high price? Of course you will say ours. Call and kok at them and get our price, then call on ALL of our competitors before you place your order. The above can be applied to our lines of GAS and GASOLINK STOVES and RANGES and also GAR- - DEN HOSE. WANT, il JII5T ll.tt'li IT. . e At Itfehop Js'inde. Bishop W. X. Ninde preached a strong sermon to a large audience at the Methodist church yesterday morning. In the evening he spoke of the mission fields of Mexico and li.dia, giving very interesting pictures of those countries. He was tendered a recept ion at the church last evening by the W. C. T. U. aud mem bers generally, and it proved a very pleasant affair. J Grams Mrs. CUCUMBER AND ELDER lower Cream Is not a cosmetic, but a nutritive tonic for tlm skill. It makes the ekin naturally smooth anil soft and velvety, protects it from wind and sun, cleanses the fare far better than soap and water and by its tonic effect on the skin prevents the formation of wrinkles. For sale iD of Mrs. Graham's celebrated ()den with other : ('. L. preparations, bv the followiuK llriifuists l'eeoles. 211 Washington Ave.; V. R Hnrllmt, 372 h Twenty-fourtA. Walker, tinder liroom Hotel; If. St. Send stamp to Mrs. (luvaire Graham, "Heanty Doctor,' lt'S Post St., San Francisco, for hor little book "How to be Beauti- An ordinance was reported by the A Good liarirain.committee on laws fixing the salary of Two acres anof corner Twenty-sixt?300 at the peace per and city justices num, and after passing its second read- Harrison streets: 150 feet. and sixth laws. on to committee referred was Ogden avenue, 2953 Wash ful." ing Wholesale aeents for Utah, The mayor reported that on Sunday ington avenue. Druggists, Salt Lake City. - for them than ourcompetitors get for the ordinary kind, but we are going to sell these Tlie Itriviiijr Park Ojieninar. The opening of the Wasatch Driving Park and Fair association grounds will WE take place 011 next Saturday. A lot of stables, a 6tand and other improvements have been made and those who have not seen the place for some time would YOUR TRADE . hardly know it. Saturday's program will include trotting race letween Garrett's Brig- nolia, L. C. Ijee's Bvron Smith and Prince, Swan's Teddy and Moody's Peanuts. These hon.es belong to the 2:30 class. Notice. The second trotting race is of the All persons indebted to the Union three minute class, between Pilot F, owned by J. M. Dee; Coke Junior, owned Mercantile coiii...i. Like notice, that aa of saiil conipai.v, all accounts, by Chas. Zeiiuer; Zip, owned by J. W. assignee Graham and Colonel owned by II. C. notes and debts due s:ii company are in my hands as assignee for collection, and Corey. you are notified t ca!! ii me at my ofThere will be a purse for a half-mildash and also a quarter dash, open to fice, rx)iii li), Opera House block, and pay the same at. once. all. David H. rUr.ionnv.R, Assignee. This opening is an event of important to This significance Ogden. enterprise Rocky Mountain Aniher, made by the will doubtless grow into a large and Schellhas Lirew ing company is the best iu known fair a few years. widely beverage in the marko'. Henpflf to Waldo Whipple. Not an enamel or fuce bleach, but a Waldo Whipple w ill be given a fare- true beautifier Wisdom's Iiobertine. well benefit at the Novelty on the night It's famous. of Wednesday, April 20. For this occasion a large number of actors nnd Bisr others have volunteered their services, and the program will include several sparring and . wrestling matches and 2329-233- 3 Wash. Ave. amateur theatricals. Mr. Whipple has been connected with the Novelty as di- UTAH. rector of amusements for the past eight OGDEN, months and the many friends he has made while here w,ill doubtless turn out Do you wear a narrow and make this reception a success. He will leave for the east soon after conwidth shoe and are you cluding his engagement not to return to pleased with those you Ogden for some time. h Go to Wright's block for first class photographs in every respect. we can convince you so and we should get a better price ponce. Au Open Letter. In County court house tonight at 8 o'clock a most interesting lecture, elucidating Haupt'a method, which is so pleasant that learning is often termed "Recreation in German." Admission is free and all are cordially invited regardless of desire to know, this language. Then come. "Gorman in Five Weeks" in 22,000 AmeriOgden opens this week. cans have taken Haupt's course in the Rooky Mountain Amber, made by the Schellhas Brewing company, is the best principal cities. beverage in the market. LETTER FROM DR. MARRY'. Salt Lake City, April 24, 1591. Xow is the Time Prof. A. P. Haupt, Dear Sir: It affords me pleasure to and the Central Carriage Works is the bear testimony to the excellence and place to get your carriages aud buggies The only, comefficiency of your method of teaching repaired and painted. German, to your uniform courtesy with plete carriage shop in the city. Ail 2272 your classes and the great profit one ob- work collected and delivered. tains from your instructions. To study Washington avenue. Telephone 24G. German after your method and under Smoke Carpenter's Gath Havana 5- your direction is at once a privilege and a pleasure. While the effort to learn cent cigars. scarcely amounts to a task, it is really Notice. remarkable what progress one can make in so short a time. Your course of lesAll persons indebted to the firm of sons might well be called "Recreations Carison & Kaufman (Chicago Cash Gro iu Germau." I have the honor to be eery), are hereby notified that as nssig Yours sincerelv, nee of said firm, all accounts, notes and W. D. Mabrv, debts due said firm are in my hands for Pastor First M. E. Church. collection, and you are hereby notified to call ana settle same at once. Removed. , C. IL Ki.c, Assignee. W. II. Marsh has removed his trnlvnn- ized iron cornice works to 419, 421, 423 Twenty-thirstreet. d The sanitary ordinance was taken up for its third reading. 'Ihe first section required physicians to report cases of coutagious and infectious diseases which they may be summoned to attend. A clause requiring owners of houses to report cases of disease was objected to by Mr. Dee, but was finally adopted and the ordinance passed. An ordinance requiring that the city jailor act under the direction of the city marshal was taken up and being amended in grammar was referred back to the committee on laws. au K'j-- -; New Stoke, BarrM !. J. B. Suler, of Zioo, the Liviwu Yurol Solo lililhF. and as we have no rlace to put them until we get into our A. 0. Smith & Co, The Store 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. Our 75ct. mosquetaire and 4 button glove 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. We buy the largest quantities, thereby getting-thlowest 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 e unexcelled position. l II. 2329-233- 3 filit & Sods COMPANY. Wash. Ave.