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CGDF.K DAILY COM.MKRCIALt TIUTDAY. APBIL 30, lbtft. BANKS. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. J tb On Qj-jia- kificaJ rtiaf t J-- r..ujr to li'Lt KiirtiirJ 4ui Urvai'Lt it 'M l K-- .V .HtiTwLuU) With wrt Jl,'A-- U. Luvtif, f .ft-r- .- g Mat iuBt th.eOrr-sf.jTk iitxvrr)" w t--u TiivUlai' Hi FivJ tiw WilhiUiirlV a touting ud U-Ij- Uuat tj.-- Utwd a tiiruwifc? Uitbt-iuUcj- J 'n. r..t tvUir pii-- r Lave patlislitj tLt I prvJict tin- rtid A lb wjrli withiu tLis u thrir crutury. Tbry iLdiinke. uiiue. I du't tLiLk that tlwr riA will r fur a luiUiirti yrrs, and 1 Lave ik4 uiiule any proph-j- r about it at alL What 1 d.i dncLarw wu that a il clcuUti u fouiidtxl on Biblid Vrbt ur cal truths JToVr vxj 1 Ttt IIj Lout Trust Ldi W luaurJer J. aia (j like. lMw-tl- ii Int. trrc-- P. J. OCJUEN, b-- trip, intruding to go U tb uiouta of the nvr. WLru abuut ii luiir urack i?r, brvfck.c Eugri the ttw" f ptililig ifl - IU-- omvt-r-n- ty UeMartol ktw rrt--r in a boat ir T!T in ts StlfM.ke Tuttea. of of tbe public atiub cf Lk calculation, &ys: C. A. L. Lis r rrl CVi etc. ia a r" that the th wWr the yrar vkui couur 1 I don't UM-a- a a&in by tld that BUSINESS CARDS. Co. tutiiu(l ruciscr Juttwn4 t v&MatiUr-- A U at net J mrut-n- it cudu th Pm- - K. A. KcbabtcL A. 1 k,ur k. Pm GENERAL BANKING. w-i- U it u rw-tv-- t Prdt. - jiiit-:ia- U-- Huuttas X- Ura rcp-iM-- Ir.fur Olm-- 0 ALVEiOV. IS) ALM&MS. CONTRACTORS aKD BUILDERS, r Ptaus. stn6catka. aaa uit AOs i tn Pf fifty-seve- Peace-Wii)i- m i hh'M ti j AND MONUMENTS snrr sll. HfciXKK kuiiOuia'. ObhMi. I lafa. .... l're-Time- 0.W, h-- s e, nat-nral- ly Vice-Pre- Tmi MONEY CITIZENS'' BANK i yues-(ioiie- d PRINTING INKS! CAPITAL, tkiea( g THE QUESTION o TIE ITAIR, 2-- - each c. bT. t.rX.Ki.K. OK DE LION LODGE. COZUR I'TAH. Jii, 1 v !'' s.s. Sivtai 4: JIMBALL f- y. tiNi Ziih St. lint. Htiif .. (wMhHtlmMi.M S4 Jo. b.dH. Iwlrdu, OSM' ATTORNEYS-AT-LA- l.O.r Olfica. oser I'tah Katkwal Bank, corner of Washuurtoti ateuua aiul 1 arenty-fourt- a street. Oicdna. I Laii. J All.,-- . M..fca ,us..w .!...,. h,r m.i .i..i w. itul r.ni.uat.l, A '., Huisss fariissd, al auaa m II. Mallei 8. 1URKMaN. ACOB All ATTORN Oflie L Ovden, No. iUti Wa.hui.rt4W arenue, tati. "CHICAGO SHORT R. HKYWOOU. AHORNEY-A- T Ofllce, St THIi CHICAGO UW, street, Ogden, I'tah. Twenty-fourt- AMiniao smith A gMITH SMITH. Milwaukee a. w. smith. ATTORN EEYS-AT-LA- St. & Paul RAILWAY line ninniiiir Solid Vestibuled, Ithe only and Trams Daily between ( liii'.in and Oni.ilis, romisised of ilHUinlircut Mlnpiut( Cars aud The FIiM'Nt l)inin: Cars in the Worlil. Stesm-heate- rooms Office, Bank , 36 and 87, First Natioua tildiu. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Klertrir-linhU'- d d COTTINtiHAM. 1 'PHYSICIAN A. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASAND SPECIALIST. In connection witli eneral t.rartice, Any further iuf.im.stioo as ti Rates of Fara ivea Secial attention ti diseases ieculiar etc., aill Iw cheerfully furnished by to females a t v At M1! 'II k l i. diseases of tlie ireiiito urinary ontaus, diseases of tin rectum, vis.: Piles, fistula, (insure aud t 'iimii(rciiil Aifoiit. ulceration : iliseases of tlie ear. nose, throat aud T. V. POWKl.L, chest. Consults!!. n free. Traveling Aifeut. Offlceover Postottice. Titlephone 209. 1C1 S. Main KtrM, Suit Tjiike City CIVIL ENGINEERS. THE OGDEN s. W O. A. TCSH. A FARI3, TRUNK j i ) FACTORY rAKIS. a CIVIL ENGINEERS A MIRVFYnRS Plans, sjwifleatiiiiis and estimates iiVpared . v. and work suimrinteudiHi. Maps, plats, tracituni, blue prints, etc.,' ..tcumhi uu urn HI III II ice. Rooms 3 and 4, Union block. No. 382 Tweutr Fourth Street, Oirden. Utah. g&Ztemk vx k : 3 fatrrr 9& - MARKETS. ROBERT BROGELMAN (Successor to Fritz A Dros-elma- CHICAGO Sausage Works! Foot of Twentieth St. CityOtHce at Cream City Mpt Market, OtlDKN, MAKING OF ALL St. SAL'SAGE A UTAH, KINDS OF Manufactures the Hest Trtnits. Ritialriuir proimitly attemlc.1 to. Old Trunks Ink en in I KxcliHiiKe. Orders called for aud Delivered to I 1 all narta of the rit.v. II KLIN K A OPPMAV No. 270 2Mh All order by mail or wire given prompt attention. Telephone 53. P O. Box 6!i7. A. E. Wbthekbi. L. B. Baloh Boston Meat Market. m FOR SJ'ECIALIX RuhMbl, hM Twenty-tlftl- f St. i OflLV! For t08I or FAILING MANHOODi tenernl andNEHVUUS DtiULU X, Weainaiiof Body and Mind, Effect, of Errors or Exoeeaes in OUlor Younf, HAMIOOII fully l(plr d. H.iw to rnlam luJ AbMlatrlr nrMln 0.Frlpll Hn.th, IMIflK TKKA I IkM-Ht-n- cfll ft and pnetn Ki1kd i)itaailli)B U4tm ERIE MEDICAL CO.- - BUFFALO, Uf. trf H V A V V. A IC t I nndrrtakft to brleflv tweh iny litirly intriliirf ill prnutt of fith'-- t mn reaa atnl i.rMP, nntl nhu. inilniction. will work Indtntridusly n(r 'I htiitnanft Irrilluni n hnw to nrn Tlir inthirownln aHtifs,wherpvertheyHvf,I m (II th itutioDureiniildvmtiil,at w hit h to'u ran forn Hint nmount No money fttr mr utile micci'MThI nboFe. Knnily ami quick learnrHl. l Jesir but one worker wh dmtrict .rt county. hate already tnurlu ami1 provitlttl witlt fniplvmrnt s fur" number, who ure innkiinr ow (HM it Tareath li s F and MOIjI It. Ktill miiicular KIC. AMm al ' e S3000 KINDS OF'XS! Tr Fresh treats, Fisli, Poultry and !KJ8AI.Ij Game in Season. Orders taken at your door, and iroods delivered to any part of the city. a specialty. Our Meat Waifon is a Market on wheels which calls at your house so that you nisy select your own foods. It runs north of 23d St. on Washington Avenue and the Bench. Tel. No. 1. 23 1 1 TVve. K. CI. AKI.KN. llox PliOMP'P IIKMVKKY I'llAtifiiattt. 40, Muliie. Washington Wedding Goods, ih Incarnation ' A Pamphlet of and ab-- Ji JfV, stract of the laws, showing Hnw f' Z INVITATIONS, & Programmes Visiting mi X. CARDS Crescent 23C0 Commercial Polishing Wash. Co., Ave. W? O fa aeknowledfrnfl the leadlnr rameilT for aorrbc A bleet, 1 he only sate remeily for LcncorrhoeatorWhitea. I Drescrlbe It and feel esfe In recommending it at mi? br lTHtfinlt!H(!Cfl to all sufferom. 'f Utff tibtsin Patents, Caveats, Trnde, Marks. CnpyriKhta, tent frw. V VAddrwa MUNN & CO. $s36t Brondwny, NewVrJk CHALLENGE OUIi . Tle above sru-- t will l.l,t its mMiugt u fcuiKtits of I') i iisll. 1 artitj-tuunl- i .1 Inter standard buiUiiug'' every HoirUy eivn- at naif iat seven tiiarp. umil funlier n. f..rn, mn tire. A. -u A. i .k, ssd, W al.inif1.n atrnue. lr. bojouriilu brolliers c.r.lmily iutitnL al J. Mask rr. freident. t J. r L4ia AAHKSK. KIMIALU EOWAID M. ALLISOM A ALUSOS, PLESE HEAD THE FOLLOWING web-foote- d, tOSS OliliES, li oLlij;v.i: ked WeluJf J. fc. twUlA,! - El. tun. ATTORNEY-aT-LA- e j k- RICHARD Practices ia Uia lhtrirt Coart aud all th H.ru. Peraoual atttitMia fisea tueliM1iKis. kefuembrr the place, in Pr-'s aim buiid-iu- , near stu.p ,4 1'. H. tinvsiwrli Una., l T awitjr fourth street, Uadro. I tail. P. O. hut Hi. aat ki kUKR knada. HUt. R. WHITE. Mi lM-- n I. j. u. MsraiLLAM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office: Wit Wasltiiitftua Aisu. Vdra, R n lo.t EU.HARO A MACM11XAS, f t A. 0. U. W. erer TiwJjrei.ii4r at " :3Ui Vismua tu attrtMi. cwdilij intlled J r. i i ik . w. W. Vtxika,krt: ar. Finer. Hi Meets LAWYERS. u. a. i is hi so. IU lisel Justice KX S EC RET SOCIETIES. ttj A ARCHITECTS, Otfirea. rmwi M. IT muA ia Xatiiwai Bank Ih-i- r. tVOtltASfjtEV. Hia. f. 1. frtn ctatk I S-- eoticlass rotated Ek'k-- (s to C. V. LAMBERT, U trttmm seaaa astd 1 stceiC ijrateurtir turn Ut be tm tAsue. laiiuaJ tmuaut. Aiao ima I sural k wnnnl Tmrlsy eaca a. jLULiauotL a. ILli r- - K. T. laru't-tnotit- 57 wifl- - I. P.Bais. pLMOMK FOR HEADSTONES O. cum 1A1. t. it iv R. A. M. Enrnlar fimLLaL aoau a1 M. first and ttird k. t . at suss, W. H d,'ia coi. UoIE!k. CTAH. F I A. K""ia eneui j Iuijii.i.-iJ. f. !v: tiuii lib. lt JOta, A. F. SLPERIMLML5I. AND JJElXRATIO.S BOOkDUblHUt riUfc.T. H. Terue. ITUH frurdL TK1KO UbbCX MEriKIT. of Ue Praee A. t'erria. Jnctieeof tLe Peace in I brheve the milVuuiutu will f.C. JU L.HAKI. M. MilklLlrr . TkPrasideat. loilje- I thiLk that is a thousand years J. M. UAMibiMjkt. isier 1 nftk second Lit) i that at away. ay simply U. btUbi aa. luaiiUe-ii. allowed tm Tmtt iMtmmktM. Intmt cvuiiiig Christ will make the world betr rot ava uudck ter, a& he did at his first. Jiurieeof ue Hear Val u m. iL ttuL U. K. Hn u, i. I". As.asiBo. ( utotaUs-i-l. in Totten ia a tab'r. rtsriMT. i kniuui the regular army and ia detailed as a ukties vl Um Praee- Ai(u U kf. i n Id in Yale oniversity. professor military it inn - iMiiu I IIIMfrII I II hi prophecy regarding the aecund comic rKBnarr. K. K. irf Peaee the Joctwe Fnmw. ing of Christ he says: CuulaU-Ju- Ln imul.1. iu the true Biblical "A CK1UKV, VTA If. MOKTB oubsa rtBCikrr. score aud ib tbiw eiise years the J Mae Sturer. Jutieeof n t manabu Jmw Ueamer. seventy years and eo th ,130.000. n HIT. AIKISVU.LI traced the jPaidiaCafili genealthrough generations the JantieeoT i. Did Ksartua, Testament the in equal ogies FiHU. i utabl Jam H. Tkir. 73,109. Jfurjilas 'i,V.i years. Heno the fifty eighth rLAia ciTt rasrtanr. -generation began with 3.SW1 (year of the J attire t4 the Peace MatATOkJi: ( 4jiiataUe Juuaa W. rarer. world;. The hour uieutioued in the J. '. Ar.ii.(j., I). O. Hsrkaeaa, MulIVtaDlLK riBTIKCT. viueyarU parable are each 1M year. , hi.-uI.A. laui brclm, , we twelve the ) these M. riurhK.tU.-rI Oi Kicl.ai Peace . hours, J Jottieeof by ttraiy. tiplying t jtitWe Jolia farker. lieurf ( oiiant. have 1 , !;, which, added to3,iftl, equals riKTtM rsti iscr. yearn of the world and the comJastkeof the Peace TinHrtl.jr kes.'ilL pletion of the vineyard (arable. The ( Obatable ti rn L. h bee. IGDE STATE BWK, years since the birth of Adam will AKCSVILLB ria 1WCT. is see t he bridegroom, who, of course, J net ice of the Peace WiWu Poulter. luiuitable none other than Christ himself. Now, rEEiST V1CW rSKTIKCT. OGPEX, UTAH. what is 5,M."t A. M. in our A. D. years. of the Peace- - W. II. Crauilall. Jnstiee of "Herod ordered all the innocents ('mutable (ieorite H. U ) cork. two years and younger to be put to LATtt.'lLLB rSEClNCT. Capital PaM in, - $125,000. Jnstiee t the Peace James Ilutrluns. death, and in a very short time after I'oustable John Hutchina. J. that the eclij.se of the moon took place. 7,500. Surplus, HAIIIOTT rKBClMCT. It took place in the year 3W, according K. Ilalrersnn, Peace of the Simon Jnttife to Joseplius, and Herod died in that year aleb Parr jr. (.'unstable 1M rlI(iKU)W. Presidect. too. Now Herod limited his order to JOHS A. ittlYLK. Vice Prasi.leut ltwxc rtcriKcr. A. P. )U(.K1AW, CaUiior. children of two years, because about two Jnstiee of the Peace Peter L, Sherner. Constable J ante ilarn.p. Ituylnc ntf. years before that the Mnngi informed WIUOS rtHCIUCT. era world, him of the birth of the Saviour. So A woman in the coinio Interest Paid oo Tim and Sartnct Depntita, Justice of the Peace P. P. liingham. who ia po8Sfsetl of a truly Kreat quality Christ was born alxmt two years before Constable Daniel N. Drake. of beuy, as receiving the eonjfrat illa- the clipe, and the death of Herod ocKBK1 rBECIKCT. WEST tions of gum friends on the limniiliccut curred two years before 3SW8 that is, LTAII NATIONAL BANK Jnstiee of the Peace J. W. Hurt. ConstablQ-Juseiiu a HKfra. tlieoHr-ett3.9'.;. Now subtract tf.KKi (birth of wig that nhe wore in one art of rRErrNCT. in whieh nho was H)jeari!ig. Peo- Christ) from 5Hj:i A. M. to find the A. C JubIicc of thebooph Peace Jnmes Johuson, Vtah. mention then1 D. year, and you have 1899 J A. D., or in ple in profeusional cin Constable Kraucis M. Helnau. details fif makeup, and often an actress March, istni, the bridegroom will come will feel as prond if nlieis told that lio and awaken the foolish virgins." New Unitetl States Depository. lias used just the required quantity of Haven letter. 'rTe-- t a rouge U K;,'i . lOO.OOO. A 1'unle for Iximlon. CAPITAL, . though she were complimented for tine . . An extraordinary affair at Tooting, a dramatic fervor. Biriti'i.VH. aiun.ooo Well, now, I'll tell you about that," suburb of London, has caused great exon Time HeMHita. Interest Paid citement. A retired gentleman iiame-- ' tutid the actress, who.se wig had ochas been lying casioned remark. ''La-s- t Himuier I was Wargrave, aged fifty-onJ. K. IKmm.t, President. pasKing a few weeks at a small town up inlx-- since March 4, being to all appear- -' W. N. HHn.LiNO, L. ft, Adams, the Hudson, recniH'rating from my very ancesdeHd. The lix-a- l authorities Vic President. Cashier. inaskinl had he leen not one a and why day young girl trying lalnirH, to his said which relatives hotel where terred, came to the door of the little they Wm. V. Kai.rairH, Wavrkn W. Cokkt, 1 was President Cashier. stopping to sell some lilnelierries. were afraid to bury him lest he prove to Thko. Robison, and Manager. be, in a trance. It appears that a while Hhe was by no means a lieantiful girl, MHti4 ai our W?W tin orwrrt. rPMliT ii4 h(vorab)r. or tUom off but I noticed that her hair was a most ago Wargrave expressed the wish that, Mifcrr youaf of olrt, iwl la locAlitiM.wbmvwr'hrT lt. Any vn Ksnr lo lrrn. tm ru 4o lb work. extraordinary Bhade of golden yellow. should he ever le found lying in bed m nthinf. W surt torn. No nh. Yon can dvoi As it was rolled up it looked to tue as if conscious and apparently lifeless, his Wa tarniAh nvMimtA, or all ?uur Mm In lb work. 1 am ytmt ntimlT mw ld,nd briofra wondrfiil mccm tu there was a great quantity of it, and 1 burial lie delayed as long as possible, vtj wotkv. Binnncn or anting' from $tk to MI per wt?rk and uiwid, ah fiirnih yoi tk in.. aked the girl about it. Shu said it a few years ngo he was supposed to he and mora iflw a Htt la iprna. OPOGDRW CTAH. dead and all preparations f,or his funeral reached far l)eliw her watat. I he recovered had lcen inivde, when her to see ifho felt any great just in the nick of time. , The pride in it, and if irwas much admired . $200,000. authorities are puzzled and may delay by her friends. To Printers and Puhlishers: The Commercial not until the of interment dissolution Pi Bi.iHHiNti Compant is rarrytiis a 1htk and Hef answers showed that she did signs DIRECTORS: Mock of Standard, Fine aud 8tiprtine In the meantime the select Poster appreciate the beauty of ft, an 1 that she are apparent. and Joh Inks. Holler and Tal.lct-iiiNews, W. Warren VamiKhes never got any compliments for it. I facts have got afiroad, and the residence Sizes and also Corey, R.A.Wells, Sidney Stevens kept Composition. C. E. W'urtele.H. H. Hpeucer, Those in need ot ink. ill do we't to Tlnw. Cnlionu, asked her to my room, and had her let of the unfortunate gentleman is sur- in stock. 8. Ad. Kuhn, of Tbb Commkkciai. Theo.K.pbiuson B.cxjliraimn, her hair down. It was without excep- rounded by curious crowds, London buy Letter. tion the handsomest 1 ever saw. I immediately asked the girl if she would sell Where the Cenau 1 I'nrellable. it, and told her I would give her n hunThe female age returns of the census dred dollars for it. She jumped at the cannot be regarded as more than chance, and we cut it off then nnd there. The extent of the falsificaIt was made into the wig that you ad- tion of ages of girls and women cannot, mire so. The girl has never regretted of be stated, but the tables for its loss, and is now doing her best to thecourse, twenty to twenty five are age period raise another growtli to sell at the same probably the least to be depended upon. New York Sun. figure." It is invariably found on examining the ' 7 - f ij s tables of successive censuses that the An Uucoiuuiuii Adventure, young women aged from twenty to John Baker, a farmer residing near twenty-fivare considerably more nuLawrencebnrg, Ind., started to drive to merous thanthegirls aged ten to fifteen, Cincinnati before daybreak tlie other ten years earlier, of whom they are pre'o tin 51 v 4' morning, and on a narrow roadway he sumably the surviving reniaindr! It came in collision with a stranger in a has been observed, too, that there is a 3 h f, j hi 1 buggy, and the lighter one was overtendency to exaggeration on the part of went over the old persons uncertain of their age; and turned. As the buggy L corpse of an adult person tumbled out of the 141 persons who claimed centenand Baker took to his heels, frightened arian honors at the last census it is half to death, the stranger proving to be doubtful whether many of them had a grave robber. He was pursued, how- completed the hundredth year of life. ever, by the fellow, and under the muzAll the Year Round. zle of a cocked revolver he was comA Faithful Expreu Messenger. pelled to help right the buggy aud restore the corpse to its former position, There was a hero in the accident on after which the stranger drove rapidly the Boston and Albany railroad near Westfield Monday night. It was known away. Baker returned to Lawrence-burand gave the alarm, but the grave that the safe in the express company's robber escaped. Philadelphia Ledger. car contained $50,000. It is a common occurrence for big sums to be carried, An Unknown Variety. but on this night the amount was larger An unknown variety of aquatic bird than usual. Perhaps this was the motive was slightly wounded and brought for the attempt to wreck the ttWn. At The question that the majority of us are arking ourselvs just ashore alive by Daniel T. Northup, of any rate Express Messenger Howard, of now is, what refrigerator shall we buy? Wickford, the other day. The bird is the Buffalo, took this view of it. When his size of a pigeon, resembling that bird iu car left the track he remained at his post, the formation of its head and beak, with lie drew two revolvers and held the car dark green plumage and red eyes. The against all comers. He would not allow legs are short, striped light green; the even the conductor to enter. Albany feet disproportionately long, with large Journal. Facts and decide for yourselves. white talons. Though not rollee Giants. it has a substance looking like leather, It is not a matter of general informaand formed in the shape of scallops on but it is a fact that the force tion, both sides of each foot. It seems more of Cincinnati contains morepolice men aa big at home in the water than on land, and than even the famous "Broadway squad'' since being caught has been fed on fish, of tV' New York police department. To produce a refrigerator tbat has an ABSOLUTELY drinking both fresh and salt water. There are today in this city just 100 poProvidence (R. I.) Journal. lice ( (fftcers each of whom is six feet and DRY ATMOSPHERE to the provision chambeer, and air taller. An application for a place on the spaces between wall as in the "NORTH STAR." At Milledgeville, Ga., the other day. force was made recently by a man who To produce a refrigerator that uses a little ice and will a of Captain George Caraker, gentleman is 6 feet 6i inches in height and superbly probity and veracity, saw something fall formed, llu forearm measured 14J maintain as low a temperature with same amout of ice as the from the clouds and bounce like a ball inches, and despite his great height he "North Star." in his yard. He went out to discover was all muscle and brawn, weighing but what it could be, and found it a live ter- 220 To produce a refrigerator that has as large an ice chamHe will no doubt receive an pounds. rapin, which had evidently descended appointment. Cincinnati Commercial. and storage capacity in provision chamber with same ber with the rain from the clouds. This outside measurement as the "North Star." little animal was about an inch and a Drluged by Sand. half iu circumference; was a dark green To produce a refrigerator that is as easily cleaned as the The sand laden winds from the Lake on its back, and striped something like Michigan shore have wiped out the "North Star." a king snake underneath. town of Singapore, near Saugatuck, THESE ARE COLD FACTS. Mich. Every house except one has been interest If you and you would like to hear more call rethey General Greely told a St. Louis completely covered up, and the family tomorrow or send postal for catologue to porter a few days ago that he presumed, in this lone house has now been comin spite of the nominal transfer of the pelled to move into the second floor, the weather bureau to the agricultural de- sand having filled the first. The same partment on July 1, he would still re- cause will eventually drive the people main in charge until next winter, as to the roof, as these sand dunes respect there is some technical question about either man nor his abode, and this litthe president's right to appoint the new tle old town will become as thoroughly buried as Poiujieii. Exchange?. 2443 antl Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. Kuperintendent until Use senate meets. ewatJi outfit into the river. lUl-to- n iiJ tU-k U Eug-u-- , tlww, r LU gau and muij-lurnU- , t tvturu wLii b ' yuitt- raduable. A li WS buUt U ftiirt lloUlf In? MW )ikh iu tlna uitjaijliut-iit lit- - dug it out luuknl like a Luuian axul fiuud it to be a auliJ jjic- - of fU.ur, aa at tirt suijjf1 to be a wliiih Wiy, witli all uiuiuuij. It, ia an luutwlm and liurtij-n.- t ilm wrinkle-Thf position wa tkat plainly tnsc-U- . of a curj ivjTvd for lmrial. a li.rt, thicWt The body rvpr--uand uau, with traotn of beard aud hair, tLv feature- would iudicate a rK-- - tiow amuewbat tLuer of aud ail I ii J mil, having tins flat u iiwh-cat- r but the klta: of the Tb arum and more intelhf-tic- . UK ar hliurt iu irop.rtion to the trunk. The ar clonal and the hnnJ Kiui? aaiiiKt the chest. Even the nijijde and ribs are distinct. Tlie bo.lv, witli the feet broken off, is a littlu over three feet in length, and weighs about pounds. Proftwor Condon thinks it is prolmbly a carving, but if 60 it is one of the iiHt wonderful rlica of ja.st raeu yet Hundrels of people have been trying to get a view of it, but only a few have been admitted. Seattle U-gi- u ARCHITECT LTAIL - - 820O.000.0O Capital. .Suiiilu. - - 12,000.00 MASONJC. ytMJl txijE. WHlTAaLR. T. . In 4H hours Clonorrhnps sml liwluives from JieHantal-Miuurinary J l.j !lftinl.i n. it limit iiiivttivf'Tltmil".1 Price or P. Of AU.MUKIHINXM IOX aOHl, Ml. O. felly Worts Washington Avenue. Electric Wirincf and Elecl trie bupplies ot all Kinas Locksmiths, Stencils Made, Kiibbnr Stamp to ordnr. IRON FENCING ' jkl raili BuI4 by UATia Iu. Drua-a-laU- rsait t.tru. ! Models and Kxperimental Machinery to Order Ail kinds of Novelty Ki.nirinff CRESCENT NOVELTY WORK?