|Ogden Daily Commercial
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|Ogden Daily Commercial
two-- OGDEN DAILY COMMEUCIAL: FRIDAY. MAY 1. 1891. Irter t rair tl,r iiiiermt Kur4 Ankle. uf Vsifii 1'ihiii Tt iatioa A of lb Paik of jbourporatiuc of Artk l BiU-- ' y W lruicg IVk 4 Fair Aiatioo off.. b dv iuuty fWk'i attur&ey of th ajc.a-t- - j tl- - U Lk-yc-l ta rwfel tL find dova prkies oa atlfttes iu Kn.Cs HjUKKTiJ frtotitld. Bubiiiraa turtl' Utciettkg. luftia by !row tilug Brothers ia their WLec ckrd on IL eLtii auauh at tL Novelty. Gluie a etui get a t o-- Lkt.oJ f ver at tbuta prtotie L can not afford to Fucy dUoci.cg at the Grand. tlk or do w irbuut oca. Jspeakicf of Buaiooss Men's meeting tutiigLt. liru mctf Brothers it is but a just Raoes at the Driving Park totuorro. to say that tby are aod have xevUct bufeioeea s&ea Ti. realty lrabtfrs yealvrday er aroed their c viable uocuss on their I11AW. dealers. merits as fair, thorough-goin11. e aiai to iwrve their trade ia a manTLe ruercury got up to Oj in theahade ner auuucd to no olkr tradoeinan and yetterday. Uikt they Lave f ulnlieJ thw purpose musical festival at The Mav-DaU.tir t cry large trade, corering nearly Lester Park today. will in atate the L'ntoo, very brr Slugger John L Sullivan w ill be her jobbing business alone for n itu rea HU amounted to May 2id, in Lis theatrical role. f barly In) per cett. over Prof. Vouoger's exhibition of fancy at the Grand this evening. dancing THAT BISIXKSS COLLF.uK. Mrs. J. F. A hern left last eieuing to Oif.leU td lift It if It Propli IWlly join her husband at Durango, Outo. For lute papers and periodicals rail oo Desire It. Miim Mary K. lVper, 2313 WaalungUta. Hi following letter just revived from M ilb mi and Dolly Nobles appear at tha Mr. Smith, of Nebraska, wilt be underone week from today and tomor Grand w stood by tho6 a ho met him hen he row was here in February: 1W- I' I, rJ opened F.diix.b CoMMF.at'Ui.: I'poo tny re334 Twenty lourin office his new at turn from Ogden, in February, I sent you a line in reference to the favorable sirefu Judge ISoreman was seen on thestreeta Miiprtweioo which I had received of your city, and of the few business men w hom yenUtrday, lioking thin in the face but I met while there. Since then I hae clearly improving. had corresiioodence w ith some of your of Wasatch Driving Park The leading business men, and with businms with aopening of entertaining races program men uf other points, and have finally decided to return to Ogden about July 0 takes place tomorrow. Mrs. L. B. Mahan has removed her or 7, and if the encouragement which such a school deeerven is found, I will dressmaking parlors from S. J. Burt A open a first class business college and Bro.'s to Wright k Sons' new store. school of short hand in your city about The work at the gas well now con the first of September. The numlier of sists in an attempt to force down a large will instructors engaged dejiend upon bed rock so as to faciliate drillto pipe the patronage secured, but at least three ing. w ill be empbyed at tlie opening of the school and more as needed. Sheriff Jaycox, of Natrona county, Yours, Wyoming, came in yesterday w ith two witnesses in a murder trial. He brought J. A. Smith. them from Pocatello. Wahoo, Neb, April 28, Ml. 's Mr. Fred V. Dankowske, one of (Move Contest. rustling real estate agents, reThis evening a glove match turned yesterday from Eureka, where he will take place at the Novelty between has been or a business trip. events for this Added to the May-Da- y Pat McCue of Milwaukee and Charles Gushing of Montana. McCue is to stop evening is a glove contest at the Novelty Cushing or forfeit the entire door re- between Pat McCue of Milwaukee and Charles Cushing of Montana. ceipts. The city is all aglow just now with Stafford, Miller & Co. peach and cherry blossoms. And what Stafford, Miller & Company announce is most interesting, it is thought that neither has been injured with frost in this issue some things of siecial inMr. Fred Stokes, the popular South terest to persons in need of saddles and harness. If you are a going to buy it ern Pacific engineer, and chairman of will save you money to look over what the Four Hundred or Ugden, w as casting his smile on his trieuds yesterday. they say. Grand Opera The finest and most Simply Kleeaut. photograph studio in the west complete Dr. Hurlbut, the popular druggist unis located in rooms 72, 73, 74 and 75 in der the Broom, started up his new the (irand opera house. Call and see us. This is Adams Bros. 2,2)0 soda fountain yesterday. flavors and a Tuft's Artcic of twr o Mr. George Fletcher, a prominent is simply superb as a work of art and as citizen of Gross Valley. California, was a fountain to supply every Kind or the in the city yesterday, looking over the choicest "sweetened whizz" to solace place in company with his friend Mr. heated men, women and children on W. V. Helfrich. summer days. This is just about the Al E. Ewan, who was recently in Ogfinest thing of its kind that ever came to Utah and the doctor is to be congrat- den, was arrested at Talmage, Nebraska, last week on a charge of libelling L. W. ulated on his enterprise. Lloyd jr.. and Mrs. W. C. Kidd.. He was released on $200 bail. Real Estate Transfers. AH persons desiring sewer connecReal estate transfers furnished by the made reasonably, expeditiously tions Hendershot Abstract office. 2414 Washand by skillful workman apply to Hob-so- n 1801: for ington avenue, April 30, & Wilkerson. Office under Reed A. Rohn to L. Crawford, part of block hotel with Graves & Gibson. 8, Hushton addition. $750. And desk nhnnocA . -milinc? - - r rrA aaaia dwiwi J. Hislop to C. E. Petersen, lot 3, for the auditorium of the Methodist block i, plat "A," Huntsville, 8000. and will be set up A. M. Greenwall to C. C. Nelson, part church have arrived is completed and The soon. frescoing 1 of section 17, township G, range west, look very artistic. walls the 8,XX). M. Skeen to J. A. Hodson, part of The walls of the Utah Loan &. Trust southwest )i section 1, township 0, company's block begin to rise rap dly now. The fronts for the second story range 3 west, 4,UK). M. E. Mclntyre to Mary Mclntyre, will soon be up. The stone carvings on this building will probably be the finest part of lot 9, block 19, plat "A," $500. T. A. Harris to F. W. Green, lots 9 and ,n Utah. 10, block 9, Franklin Place addition, Thf. Commkrcial, takes pleasure in an$350. the marriffge of Mr. N. W. nouncing Total, $14,200. Silsby, of Ogden, and Miss Mattie Janes, at San Jose, Cal., which took I have for sale two Restaurants, one at her home25. Miss Janes is a sister of place April in the city and one out. Rooiiib in conSir. L. F. Jones, of this city. nection pay more than the rent. Will pay for themselves in ten nicnths. Among the business cards of t his issue W. B. Wf.df.i-is an announcement by Mrs. A. Pressett, Over Postoflice. an experienced nurse. Thf. Commercial's advertising columns every day Rocky Mountain Amber, made by the are teeming with valuable information Schellhas Brewing company is the bast and notices to the public. Read them , beverage in the market. always. Ogden Hiles closed his office yesterSewer Tax Notlee. day as an attorney in this city and next week he will go to Salt Lake City to enOodf.n Crrv, Utah, April 28, 1891. ter into a partnership with Judge PowDisin To the property owners Sewer ers. Ogden regrets to lose so good a cititrict No. 1 of Ogden City: Notice is hereby given that the local zen and attorney as Mr. Hiles but he assessment for sewer tax on the property thinks it may be to his business interest in Sewer District No. 1 of Ogden City, to go. Those two gentlemen will make became due on the 1st day of September, a strong team. 1890. Many of the property owners An assignment was made in Ogden in said district have not paid said tax. M. C. Hedberg appointing All persons who have not paid the yesterday, Mr. Max Lichtenfield of 207, Twenty- sewer taxes on their property will please fifili utrAAt. no nnniffnne. The roods have call at once at my office, room No. 4, been moved from the opera hovse block- City Hall, and pay the same. as mr. street, to 207, Twenty-nrtOtherwise I will proceed to collect the Lichtenfield runs a tailoring establishsame by sale of the property on which it ment, purchasers of the stock at retail is levied. for less than wholesale prices will have This notice is given by order of the an opportunity of dressing well for City Council made Monday the 20th day little money, as Mr. Lichtenfield guarof April, 1891. R. T. Hume, antees reasonable prices. Assessor and Collector of Ogden City. German In Vive Weeks. aa ut-Bie- Thi ioaurporatiua ha fur it object traincg ia .rvea.e.t of tta breed, aud Ik uf boram oti.r ai aud tb pwveeljun and deW-tim-i atui-puotLoMMt cf fraud therein, (tttJ ui uJ ti dlatlS in Uh Bald in uOifofBiity ruaia, of running, trotting, paring am) otfcwc race, lb power to buy and tell or MtktcauitiuMtt for th iur-i- t jouM aueta suitable raoe trucks auJ lhiUUxi ground as tuy by Hi board of be datud of aueb. corporation and the iiu for driving oaik, f.rotentect then fair grjuud and the guilig of raving meetings or agricultural and oilier fair dteioput gov-uMi- rl driir-iugpa- rk ihefeoU. Hi capital eUk aloe of lb fchare of oit of t)U duller J'-i- f said capital stock lnh' auhjerl to au ibcreaae by a l au third votoof th director. Th inoirpraUr are, II. II. Spencer, president; VtitUta Blair, vi preaidetil; Cory, Jme Piiigr, treasurer; II. C. ae"re-tary; Kdaard Auth, atttiataul J. W. Miller aud W. H. Campbell, director. Tt directors shall be elected by the etorkholders on the first Mouday iu of January in each year at such pla shall tueeUug as the board of directors appoint. IxK-a- l Railroad Note. General Superintendent Bancroft of the Union 1 'at-- lie ban gone south. The Uio (JranJe and Midland are do-iu-g a heavy paient;er bunineu out this ay. Traveler for thia poiut and further on are pouring into Ugden on Much of this business very train. comes off the Midland which is becoming the most popular of any other route to and front Denver. W. G. Ingram, a Union Pacific telegraph operator of Omaha, who worked in Dave Cauhni ire's etlioe for some time while his wife was undergoing treatment at the hot (wrings, will return with her to Omaha. Mrs. Ingram has completely recovered and she can be congratulated upon this remarkable A lady operator is coming from cure. Omaha to take Mr. Ingram's place. J. M. Bennett, superintendent of bridges for the L'uion Pacific at Poca-tellwas in the city enter Jay with his wife. John Mack got loaded up with whisky and tried to disturb the even tenor of things around the deot yesterday evening. He arrived at the city jail just ten minutes afterwards and was lodged in a cell for his appearance this morning. It is not likely that the Denver & Ilio Ciraude will ever attempt to run any more trains over Veta Puss. The curves are too sharp and then trains can reach all desirable points over tin Villa Grove branch. All lines like to steer clear of mountains. The plucky ChicBgo A Alton tiaa already scored several points in its tight against the eastern lines, and it is well known that its rivals are more than sick over the business. The Alton will win the fight The Santa Fe is receiving another installment of McQueen engines for the Denver division. They are monsters and just about the right sie to whisk a train over the divide between Denver and Pueblo. The next time that anyone around here contemplates meeting Kio Grande General Freight and Passenger Agent J. II. Hennett in court they will probably think it over a little before they tackle that man. The people along the narrow gauge lineof the Denver & Kio Grande from (irand Junction across Marshall Pass to Salida have just awakened to the fact that they do not live on a through transcontinental line. After the Rio Grande broad gauge was established via got left out in the snow. Lead-villethe- y Cars on Twenty fifth. The street cars started on Twenty-fiftstreet yesterday, and they will be appreciated by people living beyond Madison. They will run to Harrison for the present and once every hour. Additional particulars as to schedule will be announced again. h Case of Diphtheria. diphtheria is reported nt the house of Mr. Crum, on Pingree avenue between Twenty-aintand Thirtieth streets. The diphtheria card is up. It is said that several pools and ponds of stagnant water are in that locality. They should be drained or tilled up, as they breed disease. A case of h Preshaw Now & Company. that the many details relative to nl - ,l.:.r - Og-den- d Ay-tw- settling the affairs of the late S. M. Preshaw are completed, the well known and successful business he was so ably conducting is again opened, as will be seen by the announcement in the advertising columns this morning. The tirni name is now Preshaw & Co. That ever A National Event. prompt and satisfactory business man, Mr. O'Brien, is still with the firm. InThe holding of the World's Fair in a voices for a very large stock of goods city scarcely fifty years old will be a rehave been received and the goods are markable event, but whether it will now on their way to Ogden. really benefit this nation as much as the discovery of the Restorative Nevine by Dr. Franklin Miles is doubtful. This is Jtuljre Bishop's Court.what the American people need to In the estate of Mark Selman, hearing just cure the excessive nervousness, dyspepsia on petition for sale of real estate. Order headache, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, granting the petition. Estate of David Garner, hearing on confusion of mind etc. It acts like a final account, also on petition on distri- charm. Trial bottle and fine book on bution. Order approving account. Also a "Nervous and Heart Diseases," with testimonials, free at II. A. decree entered permitting distribution of to contain no the residue and an order entered dis- Walker's. It is warranted opium, morphine or dangerous drugs. charging the executors. Blstate of James Hutch ins, order fixing Unitarian Services. May 11 for hearing on application for letters of administration. At the Grand opera house, May 3d, 8 An order entered appointing trustees o'clock p. m. Discourse by Rev. David of the First Presbyterian church. Utter, of Salt Lake City, formerly pastor of the "Church of the Messiah," of ChiNow Is the Time cago. A cordial invitation extended to and the Central Carriage Works is the all. Seats Free. place to get your carriages and buggies "God's blessing to mankind," say repaired and painted. The only complete carriage shop in the city. All thousands who have been cured by the work collected and delivered. 2272 celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold everywhere. Washington avenue. Telephone 240. li-tri- J u-- i' fce trabaattoi Miif twurt inlrrday: JuLO HedJrTU.jHJ S. diUUda&g CUa eou. J. II. at BtIto4U-d- T plkiLUfT Isaac CLuUjo. administrator, I'iiiun Pat'iiie railroad order grautiiig dofvodact rfWo days' further tiui to and tie auittueiit oo iuotaw for oear trud aad UU uf fmeplnma. Aiwa Iioetl..um ia. Lara HalltDg, iimhm to iuat& the writ uf rtituta denied aud plaiUjf awarded tea dollars cna-pany- . We have just finished un loading a car of srt atturoeys foe. United States ra. A. Refrigerators, Chada kk, on ar The new store was never so crow Jed as yesterday. Just as we expected. It's becoming better known every day that our styles are far above those of our competitors, while our prices are consider- tered raignoient, plea of uot guilty and trial aet tor May lt'l. the criminal calTha trial of rases endar opens May 7th and aome iwj important cases come oo for bearing. THK IKJDKS CLAY WORKS. and as we have no place to put them until we get into our New Store, we propose to have a little circus of our own. Now these Refrigerators which Lad become involved in debt to are the finest in the world tti sum of f H.uO, sold that property we can convince you so and yesterday under foreclosure to J nine ably lower. we should get a better price Iverson for aUM. This sale was to straighten th affairs of the company You ought to see our impor- for them thanourcompttitors out and The Vmmkiu'ul is informed that th plant w ill soon be put in opera tation of for the Dress get ordinary kind, but Novelty goods tion turning out brick, tile, tire proofing we are j'omg to sell thesr and so on. It is a very good plant and and Silk Curtains. w ith an energetic, eoouomical man like Yexterday for Sit Thousand lhdlars to Jauirs IverMiu. Th trustee of the Ogdo Clay Works, Sold Mr. Iverson behind it must become a valuable property. The clay there is of a superior quality and makes the best style of Milwaukee and SL L.uis pressed brick. These will be produced when the works start up and cau be sold not only iu Ogden but ill all surround ing tow us and cities. The property included UH lots in University place and Mr. Iverson evident a bargain. t Not if e. All persoHS indebted to the Union Mercantile company take notice, that as assignee of said company, all accouuta, notes and debts due said company are in my hands as assignee for collection, and you are notified to call on me at my office, 340 Twenty-tiftstreet, and pay the same at once. 1L David Balirmx;f, Assignee. -- n You ant interested in low right." You can get narrow width The above can be applied shoes in our department, to our lines of GAS and Waist GASOLINE STOVES and RANGES and also GARDEN HOSE. also the "Equipoise" made by the for ladies. is the best Rocky Mountain Amber, Schellhas Brewing company, beverage in the market. Mr. E. Jessop having bought out the "Change Saloon" 257 Twenty fifth street. nas renueu ii up into a nrst-cias- s billiard hall, sample room etc. Choice wines, liquors and cigars on hand. Messrs. Thompson and Scroggin the two popular manipulators will be pleased to see their many friends at this new re- sort. aaBvaaaMHaBBnaaaHBMSaa Rocky Mountain Amler, mode by the Schellhas Brewing company is the best beverage in the market. Lower than Theirs. prices and we are hre to Which would you prefer, the give them. We have the as- liest at the lowest price, or the Common at the high sortment that buyers like to price? Of course you will say see and think that one trial ours. Call and look at them at our store will convince you and get our price, then call on ALL of our competitors bethat what we claim is "alfore you place your order. O. K. T. means Oregon Kidney Tea. l WE WANT II. Writtl YOUR TRADE & Sons Co. i DRY GOODS, SHOES. AIMJ lllTCtrniiiim im I iHUol ilAiHl Assignee Sale! j Assignee Sale ! I have brought here for disposition the S. KELLNER STOCK of DRY GOODS and FANCY GOODS from Salt Lake City, which is comprised of Silks, Velvets, Flushes, Flannels, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Dress Goods, Oil Cloth, Muslins, Sheetings, Calicos, Ginghams, Lace Curtains, Hosiery, Underwear, Drapery Nets, for evening wear, Linen, Cotton and Silk Laces, Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Cor- sets Perfumeries, Dolls, Albums, Jewelry, Fans, Parasols, Gents' Smoking Jackets, Gents' Nightshirts, Quilts, Blankets, Yarns, Shawls, Ladies' Ready-mad- e Dresses, Tea Gowns, Ladies and Children's Capes, Jackets. Cloaks, Ulsters and Dusters in Cloth, Plush and Silk for winter and Summer Wear, and thousands of other goods too numerous to mention. In fact it is the finest and Choicest Stock of Dry Coods In this Territory. I will COMMENCE THE SALE on SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 2nd, without reserve and and at Prices Regardless of what they Cost Wholesale. Any person desiring to purchase $100 worth or more, I will give a special discount to, and to merchants wishingjjto buy large blocks of goods, or the entire stock, I will give a SPECIAL PRICE. Do not Delay. Come at once, for it is the opportunity of a Lifetime to get the very best of goods at such a n Rev. J. Spencer Voorhees, First gregational church, Pueblo, wrote: having heard of Prof. Although I Haupt's success in teaching German, entered his course here with some misgivings. It did not seem possible that so much could be learned in five weeks. At the end of the course, I am glad to testify that Prof. Haupt does all that he claims to do and more. His hours of instruction are hours of rich entertainment. A word once pictured is not easily forgotten. WThat is usually the drudgery of learning a foreign tongueen-is made a pleasant recreation, and one joys keeping up the study when the course is ended. It is a pleasure to commend the course to others. The course opens today at 11 a.m., 4:30 and 8 p. m., in the county court house hall. The learner attends one hour daily and not necessarily at the same hour. This is the opportuuity of your life to acquire a ready use of the richest modern language, which fact can only be recognized by attending the opening lessons of the course the only course that Prof. Haupt can give in Ogden. Investigation is most cordially invited at the iilmve hours today. AVIUGIiTS Cwttt-11- a rt f!W'iLx UiitM it to fc&aoubcv-ri- i dw-plk- tied ta tb r TL CITY IS UEIEF- - IS IMUfcrVlMT LU. sacrifice. Louis Xederer, New House A-Ssigne- e, Con- Block, First Door Washington Avenue, Opera South From the Hall Entrance. Bids Solicited For the Entire Stock! .