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OODEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: SATURDAY, MAY NEII'S HAVE NOT liEEX -- jrup cf Figs is taken; it ia pleasan refreshing to the Uste, and act fently yet prompt! on tba Kidneys, Liver aud liowtla, clean the colds, head-acbeffectually, aud fever and enrea habitual For Bale constipation permanently. in LOq and f I Lotties bj all druggist. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. m ey-te- CiL. tcm row, .r. GEO. A. LOWE, -- DKALEH I- SI I I 11 Wagons, Itond Cai UuyKie!, hoard tfj. J Suck Turbine Wheels, KntiTnes Saw Mills. Wajron Material, Heavy Hani-war- e, Iron and Steel. Iiakrr l?arlel Black- Wire, smith Tools, Etc. fPIILI 1 1 jj UTAH. . OtJOKIST lll!V(JWlll.r ji jv jmjin j I : Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. ITpBtairw W the lmvotlif Ovr M mlon's. Inrtrwt Hal! In ()glin alltuidnr Talil Hruiibwick nrf nte exclus ively. COME AND SEE US. I. G. Proudfit & Co. THE JJIUiNSWICK. California Cream Prunes luiule from Fresh Prunes combined few harmless vegetable ingrediwith a ami highly medicia-it- l ents of qualitieR, put up in the foim of A vpry pluasnnt Laxative, if jnii-- CliKAM uitoi1?, Making a very valuable preparation FOlt INFANTS AM) Cmi-DUR- Assimilating the food and Regulating the Stomach and Iiowels. TT rKOMOTKS HHiliSTION, AND KF.ST. CIIKRKFVLKES8 IT IS A WONDERFUL REMEDY For Constipation, Soi r Stomach, Convulsions Ijoss of Si.kk.p, Worms, Fkvekish.nrks, ktc. PRICE - CEXTS. For Sale by all Druggists, BRIGGS MEDICINE CO., San Francisco, California. Health Wealth! is Dr. E. O. Wbst's Nervb avt Hraiw Tbkat for Hysteria, vknt, a Kiinranteod smcilie Convulsions, Kits Nervous NouraUcia, tioalache. Nervous ProntrHt ion caused by tlie n h of alcohol or thacco. Wakefulness, Meutal lVprdon, in insanity SoiVniutc of the Krain resulting and lead in to misery, decay and Old Aire, Harreunesa, Lobs of death, Premnturo Power in either sex. Involuntary Losses and Serniatorrliaa eauHd by over exertion of the Kach box hrain. .contains one mouth's treatment. $1JW a box. or mix btxes for $Tt.U0, seut by mall prepaid ot receipt of price. WE tiUARANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case. With each order received by us for six loxes, accompanied with 3Si.(N), we will eend the purchaser ur writteu guaranty to refund the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only by H. A W Ai.RRtt, DruKKist Sale Ajt.. 871 Twenty-fourt- h St.. (total. Utah NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Samuel M. Preshaw, Ieceased. the Notice it- hereby wiven by the executor of the estate, of Samuel M. Preshaw. deceased, to the creditors of, and all iersoiia liaviiiK claims auaint the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necsary vouchers, within ten months after the Urst publication of tins notice, to the said executor, at hia ollice, Nunt-U- r 24fW Avenue, the same being the place for the transaction of the busings f aid estate, in the City of Oden, County of Webor and Territory of Ulah. John S. ;,Executor of the Estate of Samuel Deceaaed. Corlkw, &i. Many Shohonf, May T, K'L Eimtoe CtHintu. iau A the tide of to t in fprir.jf travel SliosLoce, for Shotliooe Fills, t). li'uv L tkefi, and the region eird mad rotuua tte, to aajr nottiicj; of pictur.iuf,nrtiuud "th Junction City" of theOrtyoo Hhort liti IL It itfiibi.i of th main line of the great L"okn Ilciric system, it may litit oome auiia Ui giv a very brief d rriptkin of a fear of the curkititiea aud phejoi.er.al phases of nature in and around Shoshone, fll worthy of more than a mere cursory visit by the tourmt and traveler. To bein with, there are a eerie of caves, subterraneous reeeettfw, extendici; far underneath the surface, none of hich have yet been exiiloretl to 4ny irreat distaui, and all of w hich arecreut natural curiosities. The first of these is on the south side of the notched or turn buttes, distant only alxmt three fourths As far as of a mile from the village. explored this cave extends eonielhmi; bke one fourth of a mile uiiilernealh these "liiites," whii h are simply ar up heuval of lava rock, several hundred feet alxive the surrounding ei panne of eotin- t ry . '1'he o wn i ng or inou t h of th is cave inside it is low for a tall tensou, but iut widens and is higher than one's head. The roof is covered with Htalactites composed of a petrified adcareous forma, tion, varying in length of the endants from twelve inches to four some of hich are very close together and others further apart. I'uderneath, upon the ItiKir, are iilmi many stalagmiteu of the same formation as the roof jk ii. Inula Lighteil caudles or lamps hae to lie used from the entrance, making the everything within the range if vimon very weirdlike and aliiioxt startling. From three to five hours are necessary to make anything line a thorough examination of the wonders of this lirst cave which opens into other rooms eUll further on, none of w hich hate as yet had anything like even a partial examination. To any and all nhoee time will permit, this cave and its roomy recesses will fur iiihIi a trip ivwling little or nothing and which will well repay the curiiwitv 'seeker. It unfolds an entire new leaf in the great book of Nature, and is something entirely fresh to the outside world of busy people. There are also a series of caves, one opening into the other, which are about seven miles from Shoslione in a north westerly direction, apparently rivalling a-- Prealmw, Urd ft, in subterranean distance anything the anywhere on the of kind ever discovered Pacific ooast. These coves were discovered some three years ago by Mr. George Liawrence and were afterward partially explored by Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Frank Cideon until their lights gave out nnd they were compelled to abandon their explorations. The coming season it is in contemplation to make a thorough examination of them, and they are certain to become in a ehort time a great place of resort for multitudes of sight OF tlie EXPLtIiEI. iHheT &ud tt. r a&d i4J as Djrii. aa o t?r ut seers. The fine spring weather of the last few days is seeming to have a very beautifying effect upon the face of nature all May came in very around us here. smilingly and has not frow nel once yet. 'The pool room" place of buBinetts of Messrs. Fitzgerald and Keefer, with their tine restaurant attached, was formally opened to the public on the evening of the 1st inst., and drew a large crowd. It is by far the finest and most ornate place of the kind ever fitted up and opened in this village, and consists of four finely fitted up rooms, viz: the bar room, the club room, the reading room and the pool table room, all of which are finished and furnished in as good a style as any such jilace of business between Shoshone and Portland, Oregon on the west, or Ogden or liutte, Montana, or the east The gentlemanly proprietors are well and popularly known in this part of the country. On the night of the 30th of April the only child of Charles Gilmore and wife, aged about eight months, an exceptionally beautiful and intelligent infant, was taken from its bereaved parents by death. The funeral took place on the afternoon of the next day, May 1st, and was attended by nearly or quite all ot the first people of Shoshone. F. A. Hall, surgeon dentist of Ogden, has been in this place for some weeks past, on professional business, ami seems to be considered by people generally here an experienced, skillful gentleman in his line. Your corresKmdent can again, without nauseous tautology, refer to the aggregate amount already this spring invested in improvements in Shoshone, ns the sum total now exceeds 1",(KX, and it now seems aa if this were not one half of what the coming business season's outlay would be. A change of the railroad division to make this a terminal point ns formerly, instead of tilens Ferry aB at present, would more than double the building and other improvements of the village within Bix months next following such a change, nnd there are many things pointing to such a thing as probable. The base ball nine of Shoshone, naming themselves "the Profe9sionals,",wiih Mr. Norman Davison as captain, have made an engagement with the Ilailey nine, to play a match game on their grounds near the railroad machine shops, Shoshone, for ?1(X) a side, on the afternoon of May 10th, and are drilling for the match. The names nnd positions held by this nine are as follows: Ballard, pitcher; Smith, catcher; Walsh, first base; Barker, second base; Brown,- third base; Davison, short stop; Slater, left field; Beverly, center field; Murray, right field. They are determined to make a record during the season. There is also a base ball club of unprofessional, and another of juveniles, drilling for the summer cam. paign, nnd the juveniles are giving their chief attention to the subject. up tL country. pMushziir m.ih K.v ud V. IL (juKr. VnM& 1 Km Mv well utiLaitW WiAjd ritvr a le :t l2-a about acy d&iw of L h a'er be r apprebeodod. The anier taut be p&rdooJ f f ul attctkD of tfuii railing the UHH'gbtf of Us Oi.im t:.e tuauy re " O'Mw t to tbe fact that "The as a but4 under the proprietor-fehi- p of Mr. Donal-- McKay, and ha and able far ecljje very thing lb the hoU4 line ever yet in Shoshone and sell deeervt a liberal patrocage. For rleaiiliDosa, quietude, and every possible eooveoient bote eotiifort, nothib? in that line ran surpass it in Idaho, or for that matter, for ita eiz any here on the Pa-- lbs I'okit, and the writer haa siixie lvU tad a very eilendej range of observation in auch matters. An accident oocured on tba (. S. L. L IL on the afternoon of the 4tb inst. about ail miles weet of Ibia Til'age in ahii'h the engine of tbe paiwecver fiver train from Portland to Omaha a as badiy dueled, and together with three passenger coache was derailed. Fortunately, although running at full speed, no one a aa very seriously injured. One driving wheel of the locomotive broken off and stiatterej to pieces, and the engine was towed into port dead. It had been intended to make use of this engine as a pilot to pilot the presidential party from Boie City to Poca-tellon the nightof the 8th inst Mayor IK C Hall, claim agent of the L". P. IMi. arrived in Shoshone from Pocatello on he night of the 4ih to promptly investigate any claims against the company arming from the accident. Spring vegetables of the earlier kinds raised in this immediate vicinity begiu to oiiiie quite plentifully into market almost daily, and also mountain trout, all at very reasonable prices. ISi'Kitatok. ktri k ir tn.f Lan-e.lu- now-dail- - iu o While out shopping drop in at II. A. Walker's drug store, ;I71 Twenty fourth street, and get a cool refreshing ice cream aoda, only rive cents a glass. Iiemarkalile Facts. Heart disease is usually supposed to lie incurable, but when properly treated a large portion of cases can be cured. Thus Mrs. hlmira Hatch, of F.lkhart, Iiul., and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid Mich., were cured after suffering 'JO years. S. C. Linbiirger. druggist at San III., says that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, which cured Ihe former, "worked wonders for his wife." Levi Logan, of Buchannau, Mich., who had heart disease for 30 years, fiaya two bottles made him t "feel like a new man." Dr. Miles' Cure is sold and guaranteed by II. A. Walker. Book of wonderful testimonials free. .!', New-Hear- Prof. Nagel's philharmonic orchestra anil choir at the li.iptist church concert Tuesday, May l'2th. Seats at Peeble's drugstore. Admission oO cents. Important Notice. Deputy llegistrar M. O. Van Dyke, for First precinct, all that portion of the city lying east of WashingUjn avenue and south of Twenty fourth street, will be found daily at his ollice, 21(4 Washington avenue, letween the hours of 0 a. m. und 12 m., for the purpose of regis tering voters for the coming August Time is short till May 2Sth, election. only. The nnvil chorus, the great Infiam-mnluwill be sung at the Baptist church concert May 12th, with orchestra accompaniment. Secure your sent at Peeble's drug store the seals are nil gone. Admission 50c. What we Offer In Millinery. Come nnd get a noby trimmed hat for , $.100, usual price $T.00. next door to Clark Mrs. M. Sons. Fran-tyen- & "Take it before breakfast." Dr. Henley's English Dandelion Touic. Notice. All persons indebted to the Union Mercantile company will take notice that if the said indebtedness is not settled or arranged for by May 10, 1 will place the same in the hands of an attorney for collection. Call on me at store of Union Mercantile company, 310 Twen street and save costa. h David H. Baldridoe, Assignee. National Event. The holding of the World's Fair in a city scnrcely fifty years old will be a remarkable event, but whether it will really benefit this nation as much aa the discovery of the Restorative Nevine by Dr. Franklin Miles is doubtful. This is just what the American people need to cure the excessive nervousness, dyspepsia dizziness, headache, sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of mind etc It acts like a charm. Trial bottle and fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases," with testimonials, free at II. A. Walker's. It is warranted to contain no opium, morphine or dangerous drugs. Bocky Mountain Amber, made by the Schellhas Brew ing company, is the best leverage in the market. Save money by calling nt the new hnrilivrtre ntjire of Hornhv & Cimnfln 2315 Washington avenue. Prices still re mm n low. Money to Loan ! Money to lonn on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, etc. Unredeemed pledges for sale cheap. 204 and 20G, Twenty-tiftSt DlIOZDOWITZ Baos. h Reduced Rates. For the benefit of the merchants nnd traveling men in Ogden who may desire to work up some business with parties on the Sevier Valley branch we have decided that on, and nfter tomorrow, to make a single trip rate from Ogden to Manti, Ephraim, Spring City, Mount Pleasant and Fairview $5.70, and round trip tickets, good for ten days, $8.51 This is n reduction of $1.25 on single trip and $1.00 on round trip. This rate w ill nlso apply from the above stations to Ogden and enable passengers to do their shopping in your city if they see tit. Rio Grande Western Railway, A tiood Rarjrain. Two acres corner Harrison streets; Twenty-sixt- h 150 feet, corner nnd Ogden avenue, 2953 ington avenue. a Vwun How (iirl Jjjj'anev and Thirty-sixt- Wash frii.'ktfe N k a: ivJy to But I m'U sure s'.e feii lini iLtl it po? to be a giN"iO at Unu--l uu tue li.ird of Marvh. tL reet. fi Jpn KJ.tcJ by Al Mrs. t'aro T Fstn. i.rr F.lA. Patronize Hume Industry, IUje.j And buy only OfcrJen made Straw Hats as they are the WORLD U HATERS IN STYLE Jit it. ALL MKTHDAYS THE SAME. 'l pibly A l' JAPAN jurtt A IIIIITIID.1V Hksi a.iifewinrfwt c TLy t'ttutain Vilms llwiuji. .SUlrtitei) aud H!iuilr tul lowsriut. Mr. lVroe prupoL-Uu- i OXK EXJOYS reeulu when tie Bietlod 11 fUHClSCO, mm iitia S.ute ReiuajLaMe Caves Found Near That Ha e. mm Both from 1691. That i, TLey Day A all Coin on lb fir r. Japanese Story Girls and Sam All persons indebted to F. It. La'. are of tioi.'.l that ad aasri said F. IL L&si:er all accounts, not and coldue bitu are in my bauds for d4jt lection, and you are hereby notified to No. cll at Tecty fourth street and Settle saiue at once. Gtjoia.i. 1'aoruFiT, Assign. OL'ALITY ANT) PRICES. PUTNAM CLOTHING ONE-PRIC- E HOUSE, liiKal l!uiut- - for Sale. Centrally Kicated and in a good healthy condition. Not much capital Tokio, Japan, March 5, K'l. For particulate address "B," Dj-- b NiKrfs Ji and LYs: Vour required. H bos Til. Ogden. the iiice little letters in foreign mail thia morning were a delightful surprjs. Miles' Nerve ami Liver Fills As a reward, I will writ you about "The Act on a new priLciple regulating tha Carries the lull line and is selling them at about one-ha- lf the Girls Birthday Festival." liver, stomal h and Umels through the price at which you can can buy inferior imported goods. In this picturesque land, a here so nerve. A new discovery. Dr. Milea bad much pai us is taken to make everything Pilia 6iee.b!y cure bibiousness, liver, piles, constipation. torpid tste, and the look bovs to at, girls pleasant I'uequHled for men, women, children. get a full share of the pleasure that Smaliet-t- , mildest, euresi! .VI iloees, 25 cornea from owning and seeing pretty cents, bauiples free at iL A. Walker. thing- - The Japanese, uuhke the Chi O. K. T. means Oregon kidney Tea, 2132 Avenue. nese, love and care tenderly for their litMountain made the Amber, by tle daughters; so when, a long while ago, Schellhas iSretting company, is the beet one of the old Daimi.or Feudal Chiefs, beverage in the market. Set the fusli ion of celebrating his little Passengers destined to the prominent daughter's birthday, other parents followed the fashion, riolitely celebrating cities east of the Missouri river should Hiving piiirh&Mxt the :itir Liverj ad Transfer btutisAM borotufora r&rriod ca bt Mmtn. the same day as did their chief -- the patronize the Chicago, Union Pacific X ur llru , rrai-tsto ceceive order, for third day of the third mouth of SortbWestern line. Magnificent Pullthe year. Friends were invited to man aud Wagner sleeping ears, elegant SINtiLK AND DOl'HLK 1B1V1NU kKiS. CAKHlAiF-- FOJt OFF-EAND WEDOINO dining cars, games and feasts. I'u li brought pres- Pullman and MOVINti OF OH PABT1ES, Kl lUliti.U.E LADIES' t'ALUNU EXlTrEK, laciu free reclining chair cars, handsome day ents of dolls or other toys, gold, ( AKE1 WiK3 W ITH CABEFTL DR1VEK3. quer, cop)er, wood or china. In the coaches and comfortable Pullman colonmade of of ist sleepers. families the rich, these gifts, Our Hoardiu Fee.hn irnl IVimrlmeut sill be found BtUtltetorj in mrf ropcrt in were the the tiner materials, pliuvd Wisdom' fr anions Kohcrtine Go dow n." This is a tire proof, storea lieatitiful and velvet-likroom, very necessary in the native light Prodm-ebouses, w here the Steve is a movable skin to which nothing but the softnes 24& V.'juihurtn Arniu . The gifts were placed and purity of an infant's face can be charcoal on exhibition each recurring festival compared. day. In time, a curious and beautiful collection was made, und handed down Notice ofliisKoIutioinif Coprntiiershiii. from daughter to daughter. 1 will give Notice is hereby given that the co- you an account of how my little neighheretofore existing between W. K. HOUutNU, bor, Neko, as we call her, spent lhe day. fartnership Franklin, Tin. A. Harris, Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smla, are Kussell Ii. Armstrong and John B. Ellis rKACTicAL k well o people of the middle class. under the tirm name and le of Frankst) house-one of the lin, Harris A Co., is this day dissolved Und Llnooln. 'v.. They live in a dirt several kinds of native house". Mud is by mutual consent. Said Peter A. 11. DMlar In 8lem Iiiflnet Bolltrt, Fliers, FIB, I will furnish sraflt plastered on a framework of bamboo Franklin is authorized to set lie all the Billera, Heater ini Marhtiiery bj eoulrae aud da sir work B tlia bnat taunar, BntoM Qaa n until a wall almut a foot thick is formed. affairs of the linn, to eoll.-c- t all monies Irluf prompUf atMndad to at aoon. narhlna work and Thin ilrit very bard, and in painted due said linn aud iihsiiiim-- all the hnbili white. A roof, veruud.is ic .l tioor .f ties of said tirm. poliHhed wood are added. The inside John I'.i.i.is, walls are papered, and the different Tiiom is A. H utiMs, rooms are formed by sliding pajier I ill li A. II. t KANhUN, screens. The windows a re of oiled paier, l!l'',sM.. L. AHM iTKONO. Alms and broken mended. quickly easily Dated, Ogden. Utah, April 23, 1X01. Suda'a bedroom is furnished with thick All of the business of the said firm white matting, and a chest of drawers will hereafter ha conducted through the A thick cotton mattress, laid on the Moor, Citizens Bank in Ogden, Win. V. llel- and a wadded silk quilt, compose the mch, the cnt'hier of KJiidJiunk, lieing authorized to receive and receipt for all eleeping arrangement. When Miss Suda nwke that morning, monies, and will have power of attor the servant maid, who looks as if she ney to make deeds of lots ns paid for, had steped into life olT a Japanese fan, until further imli'-e- . IV.Ti.it A. H. Frank i.in. brought in the hath in n long wooden tub, in the end ot which a small charDated, Ogden, L'tiih, April 'it, 1H01. coal stove is fastened, to heat the water. It looks like a piece of zinc stove pipe. L.m'E Curtains done up like new ones OdOKN Stkam Lacsoky, fond of hot baths at the The Japanese nn.l .lyr. nrW lnaiii.A.Llr. ilmlriC Twenty-fiftstreet, rear lteed Hotel, ten, enjoys being, ii!tiot water so much Telephone 173. that the maid laughs at her long delay, Legnl Blanks of nil kinds for Bale at and chides her. It is a curious Japanese habit to laugh when angry or dis- the Commercial Office. tressed, nnd Miss Suda knows that the Rooky Mountain Amber, made by the maid is nil out of patience when she be bchelihas isrewing company is the best She slipped on a blue gins to laugh. in the market. silk wadded robe, faced up with red, and beverage Boiled rice and sat down to breakfast. "The great tonic, appetizer and liver fish unsalteil, served on n tray which regulator." Dr. I Ion ley's English Danbill was of fare. delion Tonic. E. D. T. the stands upon legs, Chopsticks and a few lacquer nnd china dishes compose the table service. Mr. Patronize the new Commercial book nnd Mrs. Suda had taken their breaks bindery, where you can get low a each some nt time fast, work at Omnhn and Lincoln prices. before. In addition to the rice nnd fish, they To Ladies Troubled With had tea and saki, a sort of liquor, nnd Painful or suppressed menstruation bean jelly. I do not believe my nephews Kidney Tea, if taken a few days and nieces would enjoy the unsocial Oregon before the expected period, relieves all fashion of sitting alone nt meals on the pain. It contains no mineral poisons. Hoor, but I nm sure the girls would think it great fun to "do up the dishes" Notice to Contractors. no ugly black pots and pans, onlv pol ished lacquer ware and dainty, lovely Office of the Bear Lake nnd River Water orks and Irrigation Co: china. After breakfast, the long black Bids will be received until noon of hair of the little girl was elaborately May 0th, 1801, at this office, for the dressed, and decorated with fancy pins earthwork of a distributing reservoir for Miss Suda's and bits of bright crape. Water Works. holiday dreeses are all pretty, but that Ogden mav be seen Plans nnd morning, in honor of the girl's birthday, nt this office. specifications she blossomed out like a tropical butterThe compnny reserves the right to re fly. Pink crape, embroidered in colors over a white silk skirt, also rich in em- ject nny or all bids. S. Foutier, Engineer. broidery interwoven with silver and gold with facings of bright threads, Notice. silk in contrasting colors, made A d persons indebted to J. S. Strumm, her as gay in appearnnce as Bhe You in was heart would will call immediately at 351-2- th Btreet think her clothes made in queer fashion Settle nnd save trouble. F. A. Dii.i.iNdiiAM, Assignee. loose skirts, a long, loose saque with flowing sleeves, and a big sash. No un WHETHKR derclothing is worn, nor anything on the President Harrison Slops at Ogden head. Short hose, wooden or straw Ott NOT sandals and an oiled paper umbrella completed her street outfit. A "jinri- - It is necessary for the public to know kishn, a cab, with two that Heler J. Grant & Co., general insur shafts, drawn by a coolie, was called, and mamma and claugnter set out to ance ngents. B. H. Goddard, manager, and visit the shops. On the third of March W. C. Warren, have removed from the shops overflow with dolls nnd toys; dainty lacquer work and confectionery Cortez block to rx)ins 10 and 11, in boxes; doll mirrors of polished steel; tea Wrights new building, on Washington Beta in charming veriety and profusion, avenue, between nnd Twenty-thirATTERIJURY, DOBSON cS: CO., in wood, silver and china; gold and copTwenty-fourtstreets. I.UXDEII i:i;K)M IIOTEL.)- per thimbles, which are worn on the second finger like a broad ring; nil sorts of "Liver complaint knocked oiif, every round" by Dr. Ken ley's Eng'ish Dan Japanese utensils modeled in ot all sorts of materials. Crowds of peo- delion Tonic. E. D. T. ple were out buying nnd Notice. They visited one of the great temples All persons indebted to the firm of situated in the midst of beautiful grounds. Mamma Suda dropped some Carlson & Kaufman (Chicago ('ash Gromoneyjn a box to help buy food for the cery), are hereby notified that as assig sacred Tloves that live in great Mocks in nee of said firm, all accounts, notes and the temple grounds, itoolhsnnd bazaars debts due said tirm nre in my hands for abounded, where shows could be seen collection, and you nre hereby notified to and Japanese "goodies', of all sorts v re call and settle same nt once. C. 11. Kino, Assignee. on sale. Neko bought fresh popped oeens trom the Dean popper man. She of bow mushroom soup, sweet had a Notice of Ceilti'it llcsi-r- t Land F.ntry. little rice cakes, preserved grapes, cant'llite.l Suites Liltul Ollice, ) Salt Lake City. Utah, April Htli, 1WI. ( for dainties dies and other refreshments. heen entered at this ofliee having Complaint visited Ayeno Park, one of They t lie heirs anil le;il represent at ives of . Tokio's many beautiful outdoor re- nyainst fur failure to comply Samuel ('al)oon, with law as to Desert entry No. l'i:t. mmle April densely-shadewide, its sorts, 21, lsS upon the w's of the sw1, of section No. flowand avenues, lakes, bridges, grottos iiii, tp. 6 n. r 1 w., S. I,. M.. in Welter empty, ering shrubs are but a part of its attracUtah, ith a view to the cancellation of saiii tions. The groves of cherry and plum entry: contestant alleim; that the said Samuel and his said heirs and lot'al trees, now in full bloom, make it a fairy ('alioon. have wholly faih'd to comply land. The blossoms are white, pink and representatives iu matter of reclamation thereof, the law with his the said Samuel Calioon. red, and often double. The various that, have not either los'a! nor heirs 2152 WASHINGTON' AVE., OGDEN, I'TAII. representa'ie Humes museums and the "Zoo" garden received hy means of ditches, or otherwise canals. their share of attention, and when Miss conducted any water t hen-o- within the time by law : that the said land is now in Suda reached home, laden with Bweets required All kinds of Metallics, Wood Caskets and Ccffins on natural desert state. and toys, she was met by a company of itsThe said pnrties are hereby summoned to apEmyoung friends. The rest of the dny was pear nt this otlice on the Mh day of June, 1S91, hand- - Prompt and careful attention to all orders. II) o'clock a. in. to resiund and furnish testispent in games and feasting. In the at and bodies a for balming alles'ed failure. said specialty, shipment preparing mony couceruitiK evening fire works were set otf, nnd when FRAN k I). 1IOHHS, Keister. my little friend retired to her mnttress dt-- A :u;; M st., twexty-fouPiT- CORKY BUO'S & COMPT, Waliinloii TUit-k- LIVERY & FEED STABLES Uiu-ti- 3 North-Wester- COHEY 13HO'S & COMPANY tire-box- J to-d- UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, FouoDi Irnritor, and Machinist. u s . h first-chie- ten-tabl- talitti! libeiit Co., Will interest you if you are on the buy. Garden Tools and Handles 1 A SPECIALTY. J. F. BUETOIf; MAMGEE, d Hatters to the People! d -- doll-siz- sight-seein- 1 fleeen.-eil- d , P EE Slrl AW & CO., Funeral Directors and Embalmers, TKLEl'IIONE 115.