|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
'MrV, tMJDKX DAILY COMMERCIAL: 11 ... v. VmIh BWTHfS waai J"? Lata ui fc Ui . THOUGHT fcJU I'll.al. a: ftd aaked Try H, r. - .r Hit'!' Wboi MeOHthyr eUJv ak-- l. "Way, Joiui a HcCartuy, SnubT Far few r Staniurd'a private secretary. tlw ju-rs. He's an odd jfeniue, and uj ban Jy tYacWJteturT aitfa ea tnat the California Bailbvsaare gira a:u full tvtt.pUKlit uf liuiUiL m law Btury brick hia earn salary of fS.tM a year in adb taon to the S a day allv.wd by the XtiKufoet, exduait to attend to hi affair. I t;: ami . ier' desirable for mtiy buautMS A facurabaa Um can rernmd4 of hia Thought Hx bjoigr-- ' by rsnjsiinsn A Burjitt. lUwd be had. A .!v t radui- - the story of Clyatr, the bm l n 71Jj JawiHi wi. Importer, who bad II S.riutf. i TW luutor leave futkms: daily ; . W, TO a. m, Taklr Tiiu T m fifth U ' tM khhia.nL, 7-- D. Hi. p. ui. 5:10 p. m. p m. Tite last tram roturtiimr Inattw Hot Snurs Ui p. lu, liet yiur tickets at uTOue ID Itnol hotel buikllaj(. Aiexvu- Wltn-- - Tne gentlemen present laid tuey bad beard of the "1 rrawiirri WeU,"aid Um firt speaker. ' Sic Carhy used to be a newpa-- r rejirtrr. He baa worked m N i Francisco, and a good many towns between them. Before be became Stanford's tecrvUry be waa in a reporter on the old National nVpablb-an- . He oompUinevl that Ufa waa so dull Sunn, that it wasn't worth linn, PatrouLW lb new Cohmlkcial book day nights the 'Thought Exc! eohe organized aLere uimler), you can He printed a notice in The Ei)ublican urk ht Uuiat.u aua that such an exchange had been organI 'answers dest lived to the prominent ised, and that all people who had any citie east of the Missouri river should Tiewa on any subject would lie Welcome, Jt and invited to speak. He rented a hall i ml r. hi I,.- - the Chicago, L'nuvn rV-itiNorth Western line. Majfnirioect Pull- on Tenth street, and the next Sunday-nigh- t man uud Wagner sleeping cara, elegant Pullman and North Western dining ears, frer reclining chair care, handsome day coaches and comfortable Pullman colon-in- t Bleefiers. Em tout. room house, fie. one C room !". City water. cei, trully located. Imuiy-Knijuire of I!. II. (ioddurd, rooms 10 and II, Wright's new building. One 4 . A Word to the Ladles of Mrs. S. II. Abbott is now permanently located in rooms No. .'I and 1 Wright block and i ma'xiug dresses to stand wear as well as to look at and at very reasonable prioaa. If in need of a dress maker give her u call and Ive convinced. ltiiNirtaut Notice. Deputy Uegistrar M.(i. Van Dyke, for Kirst prwincl. all that xvrlion of the city lying east of Washington avenue and south if Twenty fourth street, will be found daily at his ollice, -- 401 Washington avenue, between the hours of 11 a. m , for the purxse of regis m. ami tering votere for the ooming August elci tion. Time is Bhort till May 28th, only. Kor the lienclilof the merchnnts and traveling men in Ogdeu who may desire bi work up some business with parties on the Sevier Valley branch we have decided tlnit on, and after tomorrow, to malic n single trip rate from Ogden to Munti, Kphraiin, Spring ('ity, Mount I'leawint and Kuirview fo.Td, und nvund trip tickets, good for ten days, ?8..V. Thutiaa reduction of $1.25 on single trip and fl.90 OH round trip. This rate will also apply from the above stations to Ogdeu and enable passengers to do their shopping in your city if they see Kio (Skanivk Wkstkun Railway. lit. Notice. persons indebted to the tlrm of Cariaorj k Kaufman (Chicago Cash are hereby notilietl that as assignee of Haiti linn, all accounts, notes and debts due said linn are in my hands for collection, and you are hereby notilietl to call and settle same at once. 0. II. KotO, Assignee. All (Jro-cery- To Ladta Troabled With Painful or suppressed menstruation. Oregon Kidney Tea, if, taken a few days before the expected period, relieves all pain. It contains no mineral poisons. "Take it baton breakfast." ley's HngUab Dandelion Tonic. Dr. Hen- about fifty wen? present. "There were Spiritu:.li-:- - wli to give exhibitions of their powers. There were labor agitators. There were socialists and temperance workers. Everybody was allowed to speak. The following Sunday the attendance vena larger and the Fpcakers of about the same sort The hall rent was eight dollars an evening. A collection was taken up which usually amounted to a dollar or two more than that, and that was clear profit. The thing went along until the owner refused to rent the hall, and so the 'Exchange' was about to move out to a little hall near Twentieth street and Pennsylvania avenue; hut it did not make the change." "What has this to do with a man wb had seen 300 executions':'" some one asked. "As I said, McCarthy used to lo a newspajier reporter. He had n- - n han.r-iug- s in a dozen states about forty in all is his record, I think. Ho saw tiuit. au executed, and had been present at Jynchings In Missouri and elsewhere. On tho last night the 'Exchange' was to meet in the Tenth street hall DO speakers came forward. Si mi. t lung had to bo done, and McCarthy was equal to tho occasion. Ho went upon tho platform and announced that ho would give a lecture. His subject would Iks 'The Comparative Merits of tho Long and Short Drop at Executions.' no went at it and discussed tho subject as coolly as one would discuss whether Washington or Napoleon wero tho greater general. Ho talked for two hours. He cited several executions ho had witnessed as showing tho merits of tho two systems. "He described one or two horrible affairs where a rope, and a mob, and a bridge wero tho principal teoeewrfea, Tho ladies present got up and went away at that, and the others of his audience wero either dazed or charmed with his audacity. After talking for two hours, ho announced tho change in place of meeting for the next week, and said he would deliver another lecture on the same subject, giving especial attention to lynching. "One of the long haired men present came to him after the lecture and said, 'Of course your lecture was very fine, and it certainly shows you have had some remarkable experiences, but don't you think it would he wise for the next time to tako something in which we could all be interested?' Next week there was no audience, and tho 'Thought Exchange' was dead. It wasn't long after that that McCarthy was appointed private secretary by Mr. Stanford." New York Times. Ftiblic Opinion ami Morality. Tho Rev. Dr. Wayland thus happily describes the attitude of public opinion toward morality: "Wo go along and First Store Knst of PostolVtce on wink with both eyes at tho wrongdoings Fourth street. and shortcomings of A and also of B, and eke of C, and all tho rest of them; but by the time we get to O or P, wo pull up and cry aloud that this thing has gone too far, and we must make a stand; and so we como down upon P, who is not a whit more guilty than any ono else, HA N I K ERCHIEFS. his only crime consisting in the fact that CRILDB EN'S he chanced to bo standing just in tho Thrive for 6 cents, two for 5 cents and place where tho lightning struck; and 5 cents each. we denounce P; we excoriate P; wo ostracise P. LA N (KERCHIEFS. L A DIGS' "Having done that, our virtue, wearied with tho unwonted exercise, falls asleep, Hemstitched 5 cents each. and all tho other letters go along doing Hemstitched 10 cents each. Hemstitched 15 cents each, exactly the sanio thing, until finally, by liordered 5 cents each. the time X is reached, wo wake up again I ordered 1 cents each. and go through the same process. If ono Bordered 12k cents each. wants to go astray with impunity all ho Fine Linen Hemstitched and liordered has to do is to select his time and run in, 20 and !" cents each. as it were, between tho spasms of public virtue." New York Tribune. HANMEKC.IUEF SALE THIS WEEK. 1 I -- JAPANESE SILK CHIEFS. HANDKER- 50 cents each. While with Fancy Embroidered Border I!") cents each. White with Fancy Colored Border 75 centB each. Very Servicnble Silk Kandlcerchiefs at i!5 cents each. Valonceinnes Lace from I cent per yard up. Rubies' Bibs at 5 cents each. Lace Bibs for Babies at 25 cents. A Full Line of Fine Gent's Furnishings at liowest Prices in the City. The Cheapest Store in Come and be Convinced Till PlWIIS Kast of P. 0. on An Artlnt's Wife. I worked hard, though there was little Just received an Elegant Line. Black with Embroidered Border Jith Street. of etrvaUet has Up-- o rt ii. xoiir of tt d tow u o&ve beddings. One f the has tnasfonned an in tbe Nev York Life boildiiuT anto a sort of Japanese bower. He says i hi to spend tit. at of his hfe there, and Wirtw la ajf vaiag the asperities of labor with attractive samaudinr. While he easily holds the Vend in this autt uf inery, others vl bis kind have done very well The nabob of one csUiuse doara town who is always on the l..kv.at for fancy print and gewbis gaw, and who had rath strt-Ufcgs and ount'ttplate the luxury of hie apartmcot than carry passengers, was presented the other day by a tenant of the building with one of tho fancy cards inscribed. - Yon press the button and we J., the rest." Ho was so much pleased with it thai be made it a central decorative figure for the rear wall of bis elevator, bordering it with rosettes and a - yon mm bear .U.at McCarui. tM of a Tiji a the Bihar dav. a W caxj TV . to show for it, its my wife told mo when she turned over my many sketches. "What, throe shiny poles and a lot of "Was green water!" she exclaimed. that all you did in a day? Why didn't you paint a whole view?" I do not like her to criticiso my studios. Sho handles them unlovingly, looks at them upside down, and says, "If you would only enlarge that and make a picture of it, and put in somo figures, I might have tho pink dress, after all." Threo palaces, several gondolas and a flock of pigeons mean tho pink dress, and six palaces, more gondolas and more pigeons, mean Paris. Von Degen. TJan This in Case or Fire. A wet silk handkerchief tied, without folding, over the face is a complete security against suffocation, from smoke. It permits free breathing-- and at the Same time excludes the smoko from the lungs. It is a wise thing when traveling always to keep a silk handkerchief within easy reach for tho emergency of lire, New, York Journal. . -- l n MA i' 26, 1891. new! new! BRIGHT! nku Subscribe For ATTRACTIVE! n rrn.i rm ii! in NOVELTIES tenants admired it, commented on for such a place, and praised bis taste in training it. After it had been up a day or two it was noticed that a black bx ie in ink had been drawn under the words ' the rest." Another line soon Vkwm a mysteriously as had ..; pcan the first Then came a third and a fourth, and then some one further eui-- l Hi- - SIMM SGt. i THE COMMERCIAL Circulates among all classes and is Read by Everybody' 1 tl ink around It! ! .. : - by drawing a ring of The elevator artiot was a stew over it for several days. f..r the decoration was too hiwlanfn q uld not Uk.- u d..vu with in. he out spoiling his wall. At last, with rub-r and metal eraser, he obliterated the iucriminating word, lines and ring, but only to tho increase of his discomfiture, for his tenants now read the sign, "You pr - the button and wo do nothing." New York Times. it - i Si lliuc tirawbcrrlcs at a I'ruflt. "There are tricks in all trades but ours," said a retail grocer to me recently. " Y ..ii wonder how it is that we are able to sell strawlierries at less than they cost us and still make money. It is a puzzler to the uninitiated, isn't it? But after all it is simple enough when you know how. "For instance, I go down to the market and buy a crate of strawberries for tWrty, cents a box. Now my trade is le t in h en. .ugh to pay mo even thirty-tiveeati a Ihjx, and at less thai) that 1 make no profit "Well, I bVe thoso berries and empty them out of DM boxes. Then I take a Bioe pteot Of white paper, which is much clu aper than strawberries, and drape, as it were, tho box. Then I bike the berries and arrange thein very carefully in such a way that all that are any way touched withdeeay go to the bottom and only the fine, ripe, sound ones are in siLrht By leaving plenty of space between the berries, except the top layer, I have no difficulty in filling two of tho di boxes with the contents of one of the original, and then they look much richer and more appetizing and sell better. "When this is done, out they go in front of the store marked twenty cents a box, and before I know it they are all sold, netting me a nice little profit. If I had tried to sell them in tho original cents I would have boxes at thirty-fivhad a good many left on my liands to e of OUR OWN not to be found elsewhere. Trinkets not tco high in price, just suited for presents this time of the year, also something to brighten up your Specialties A FULL LINK of fain y -- lussware, cake stands, berry dishes, glass sets, comports, and a host of other THE COMMERCIAL (Jives the News of the World while it thing of today. is still a home. things. Is the Progressive Weber county. Lemonade ami Water Seta Over 30 different varieties suitable the year. ! newspaper of Ogden and for this season of ee Cream Freezers. The celebrated Sliephard Lightning.'the King of freezers. Refrigerators THE COMMKRCIAL mnmn JJH 1 III Refrigerators isanV 1 Subscribe For It! cq o spoil. "Why, somo of tho bigger dealers in green groceries and fruits keep a man. at a; od salary, simply to repack goods, and it pays, well." New York Herald. Too Well Mi. 1. 1, mini w ii. Elizabeth Glover, in her book, "Family Manners," devotes a chapter to deploring tho New England habit of sing one's feelings on tho matters nearest at heart, and never allowing them to find expression in words. She says: There was a railroad accident, and a poor farmer's wife was takeu out, bleeding and unconscious, Tho doctor and a kind woman wero working over her when her husband camo in and stood a moment, looking on in disturbed silence. His cheeks wero drawn in, his eyebrows lifted, his hands in his pockets. Presently, with somo effort, he cleared his throat to speak, and as the doctor looked up ho asked, "Ye didn't see a new tin dipper lyin' round where yo picked her up, did ye?" He got no answer from the indignant doctor, and presently strayed out agaiu in search of his dipper. Meanwhile his wife opened her eyes and at onco asked for her husband. "He's safe," said the doctor shortly. She felt iiis curt tone, and faint as sho was sho divined what it meant "He's a dreadful feelin' man," sho said, "but he don't never say much." Li I III! LTD re-p- -- Length ami ltrearitti of I. on. Inn. The metropolitan area of London extends over somo twelve miles from north to south, and somo seventeen miles from east to west; within this space thirty-nin- e governments so rule the houses, roads, drains of their three millions and of subjects that for the last ten years tho death rato has been only 22J per 1,000, or but 1 per 1,000 in excess of that of the whole country. In the seventeenth century it is believed that the deaths exceeded tho births in Loudon, and the death rate was then about 49 per 1,000, or more than double what it is now, and higher by far than tho mortality rates of tho unhealthiest cities of Europo today. London OUR MOTTO: Quality and Price Speak THE COMMERCIAL Louder than Words. Gives the Telegraph and Local News while it is fresh THE FAIR 2443 A Family Tiff. "Perhaps you are not aware that I had over a dozen proposals of marrige before THE COMMERCIAL J UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, "W. K. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Practical Founder 1H.1MI Twenty-thir- mi The Time for Such. Tommy (after reading the paper) Papa, what's a tory? Aud havo wo tones in this country? Papa Yes, my son. For instance, at some seasons of the year wo havo fish dories. Pittsbn r. Bulletin, ! CQ de- bet. Wall and Lincoln. & WANT" NOTICES Published in The Commercial are more effective than those publiseed in any other Ogden newspaper. BONNETS Hats Is the best newspaper for business men who sire to Secure the Ear of the Public and Machinist. Dealer In Steam Engines Boilers, Pumps, Etc, I will fnruleh and erect Knglnei Boilers, Heaters ami Machinery by contrac aud da my work n the best manner. Gen n machine wn aud lrlng promptly attooded tn at shop I got yours," said Mrs. McDougall stiffly, after a little tiff with her lord and master the other morning. "And perhaps, madam, you are not aware that I proposed marriage to nearly a score of women before I became acquainted with you," retorted that gentleman haughtily. Exchange. Is continually increasing in Popular Favor and Circulation. and 2445 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. three-quarte- rs Tit-Bit- THE COMMERCIAL Caps From 15 cents up. Finest Assortmeut in the City Cloaks, Dresses and Slips. In fact everything necessary, for we make a specialty of Children's and Baby Clot In s, not only the outer garments, but the outfit complete. Fancy Notions in all Branches jSTOur Pride is Art Needlework Materials , THE BAZAAR, Advertise In It! Corner 24th and Grant. J. FERD CRAMER, Prop.