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OKDEN DA1LT COMMERCIAL: DBIHHT COLHT. THE Mr. Prvi. Was a Ilt-ar- j for iwlt Miner. Itoj lJ (.J mj t l u. H0nES. ARAo'AN Jii. N!e. it, r- -. lit an I'aM.'i'ti iirtUii W f iMrttaa riMkn. ft i t Lanlr2 of t - c':-- ! r rinotiui. There iu PurLkCti.?;.a j tut.! wLivii Live Axnris in Arib r.;Lt t T Mmiio: sc it! srat t.e ill be prt.v u'.ariy pra. f.wii t Ltw Prk j Mr. ! L r? lid MK. NisgW and tl r fi.rL la a i! 19 avi'.'0 or. ..! u, rt.il g dzvw a U "? tid uiut Ab2K4 eTery ?; or CiiCy borse i tail t j be flii . k tbe flprwiemi . ie. inurtk-ii'.a- r tl j Nj fi is J Lile as CLw-f'.it a in i v o stit Tt l:.e j. b-. a aid. fact Arab, fct tLit l'rof,ior Urink L. vvL T: e at d.writi by fco Vs aa au:-- r.-- t a J La r Vrvt. of d.rwtj-jthe , ci. f iriurtly jf Pu4-i.- . gv a ry t . u,uti j IL Wallace Ut aa AiSt iur U? , f : y fuJ coeoert it Wi.. t N ti 1 '.e. a X j Ar.l. f.ii, ImriCig mainly (tri- - r in tb worli but tp Mr. Niijftu" frieudsi her- tre ol.e iiymue JtJjJ baliooal airs-U a calioo in cok. It is au t del yhttol to know tt.it l,e is lii'v. a Ixj! M. L, N'.reaUir preLtJ a pure lrel Arr.i to iu'..i.g s ilii 11, e um marke-- and He found in prophecy U.e (LiScult tilingchit-- f pt j ariy seruioo. wiJ rU : t Tbd ther Uiit ktteodi Luu Lere. He w a HBsarWi'- tl.il this Lition feijul gm aod ua fcbie director, tinl l any prioe, aoJ tK only one itoe BiuK-iAin fred'ui aud the pr.s(r U tu tii people of 'jJeo fcre is jrt--d of n He nmde are tcarol by mis oa t j tr;':h'j'.v r.r'. !i ilii civd mcU of the Americaa Eupbratea TaUcy. iL.tret m liusioul 'uV.ters ho iipt i.- k Ti e U m w he us one of t'i-iIntbawbola Utitel S!ut,s th re are Lv'e, s'.aii.i.i g on a gk'be. which Lp-- ' CVikmii the lesklan of t!.e peiM-- to lie prebeul. The oulspretd oidy Mire atrictly pare lt l hi, ,ril :.ui t iii'SL the bird typ!lil fetvlixu. eity. Sfaki of Profesriir Ndfela cuiii-erhorse. Two of thesa ar the :.:.. t., as the Ut of the mat:)' g the service wait e,:nrrts j A curi.us aril Lind.-- Tr, U ii rra that Lave been jfivetl iut'.!t a m ti e j the of au Li.giifh sparrow. Il at4-- , Leopard t General Giso-tn l y i:.: prwtnUj Friiiit-.1 MlSs Mrs. tie on the pra h: r's eland within am Nagei, pit. ot Turkey, and a mure callc-- l N ..i, of Lis Lund when turua Murphy, aiso l ,k part iu tle count rt, the been iuipTt,-- ! fr ,m and Tuk CohsikhaL &at,tLe fu.r ,y ch UjV,-auj re!i,auiel there for nearly which haa U tivaltfj the audiem-- by l.er umnv!ou!y ha.f au hour. Sm.e fell a sort of tup-r- - Of Hie two Grant sillioi; sweet aud beautiful voice and was ro- - slitious iiiipreir-iua that tin typified Ihe not at all a prepcte ut 1. rse assertmu of Fngiuud or u of few foal, ajul Liu ., n Tree U lue eatedly f ncornL Mr. ai.J Mrs. N..,:,-- ! ' j,res-ii- t f that posatwc of one of the ugho-- t trmpers t f ,ave charge of tl.e Ihiimc hi ti.e F.r.,l ji Nihility ttial the arrxigauc ciiurch at Og.ien, aud the country may yet be eerud on thus. linptu-- t any Iirins horse. H-- is sji 1 1 j a li. 1. 1 church is crowded at eery servn-- to Rev. J. W. ii.U's oration at the M. H ara geut'.j though his libten to the cxceileiit una-:,-- . ci.urch in the evening was a tii:e evh.bi incarnate, 1. and kind enough when pr.p rly tion of patriotic tience. It iaa peculiarity of tbaAr.U that if PUOMPTLY KN InlMD. naed kindly and treated with c u; deraIleal Kxtat? Trauffers. tion they are gentle and lovablu. The Oifdcu City Coiiip iny St tpped h Real trautfers furnished by the "To one that has gained the ctr.f. V nee the Jieuueroii. Hendershot Abstract oilic. 2111 Waah-it:gt- n of aa Arab horse there is the of with a I rate Yesterday the OJcn City company avenue, for May 2o, 1SJ1: knowing that he set abouk lift v men at w,nk on Wall (J. II Maule to J. A. Stephens, part of endowed with a &uuL" Abuxj one of them, and you have aroustd a devil that avenue and Twenty-fourtbtreet to con lot Ti, block 2."s plat C; f l.tM. J. N,ght. sr., to W. A. Stephens, part can never be cubducl, f ji of th ir c struct a double tra k from the depot ofaouth-wrbof section 1L, township t there U no limit, an 1 they will around eastward on those streets. This i range 2, west;4 while they have life. Geu.-raabuse L IlorrtM-kforee worke! all day, and the operations to K. J. Jackson, part of Grant'a stallion Linden Tree is Kiij to took on an uir of ucLivitv that was thor lot bl,H k J!.; plat A; f 1,000. have been made vicious because the man L. Ti! lot son el al, to Wm. A. Uichard-Bon- , oughly business like. e in charge of him did not gain Lis Aliout 1 o clocK represtMiiatives ot l no part of south-wes- t quarter of section and abused him. Henderson company eahe I at M usiial 11, bnvnrihip 0, range 2, west; $XSi. There ia a great deal of fooli-- h lowtnan'fi olli,e with oaoers loSere on J. W. Heeler to W. M. Bern is, lota in the other coinnanv. The naners in Observatory Place addition: ?7o0. existing about the Arab h, r', etTect commanded M. Buchiuiller to J. M. Mundy, lota in however. the Ogden City Uahaj i lauy fpialuies, is highly intxlligou', quick to learn, has laying track or Park Place addition; t?7."0. company to ceat-K. II Cropsey to S. A. Bell, lot 13, blot k raro constructing railway over these streets beauty of form an 1 rich quality, is on both sides of the center of the street. I, Cropsey's Fust addition; f2". saddle purpoM3 beautifully gut.-dfor itW. Rickards to Olhver Isliell et al.lota It directed Kiid company to cotitine and active in his movement ;, and self to the reiiiireiiieuts of the resolutiou II, 15 and 1'!, blix.k 21, Lake View addi- quick of much endurance; but when compared passed by llio city council November 1, tion; cd.OOo. last which provided that the Ogden Martha Hall to Carrie F. Stahn, lota C with the thoroughbred raco horo or the Knte t 'it v .V...J-.... and 7, block , Box Place addition; ?.IOU American trotter he suffers much ly the ... H. ....... lluu ll,aut ""J ,mi,itri v- ulimtlil Pubiu Yeterdiy uJ Mrs. MAY HE-DA- Y, the f t.:3 1: t :!--- .i: '- a s hl ji y it-- SEVERAL AKI LTEKY CASES Nirk i S"U!riird to Silly iu lUn LUt-- r County fMuitk la Jail-K- J in uw u. Tins folio tug LlUUtJi ras JispusbJ ut cuurt eeUrda : IKraui City ts. A. J. A u Jtrsou, de murrer ovvrruW with $" eueta. W. IL Wlilw et al, vs. C. I. Havs rt iu JuJjje al, tru Jt. M.in-r'-s eoeta and overrulwl. to aiiBfr. The 1V-- ; !e etc. v. F. W. Clark, d imirrer overruled. Couticud for term In- - cwiiMiit. UrJtr resubmitting thia c;iubt to iirvt k'rauJ jury. A. V. Mory et al, vs. Joseph Clark, irdr playing execution pending a hearing. The People etc vs. Tin. McCallon et al, trail to jury. Verdict guilty an to both defendants. vs. Julia I. Dickson, Albert or.lw fur a decree on reiiort of referee. , truRt-eW. II Swan, etc, va Utah diversity of the M. K. Church, order granting John S. Corlaa untd July 1 to plead herein. I'll People, 'tc, vs- - Thos. MoUallon et al, nmt inii for new trial overruled oa two uiiliituieuta. Jacol) Clark vs. ". 11 Swan et nl, r printing defendant. Citizens' Hank, until M.iy :nh to plead herein. In re jurors additional, order for an 0wn venire of tive jurors. United StaUs vs. Moroni Drown, adultery. Trial to jury. Verdict not guilty. The People's Itnilding and Loan Association vs. F. V. Shertwocxl et al., order for a decree according to the prayer of complaint und 10 per cent, attorney's lirk.n or-ile- fe'. it jl remain to bo disposed lice court. John K. Martin was arresned on a charge of drunkenness.were arrested for Wilson and Chip dititurbing the peace. O.I!. Vatan was arrested by oflicpr fast driving, and Fulker charged with and 81. "iO costs. lined ?--.) King Doll was arrested charged with that i Ill i..... imieiiiii'3. l l.e Ij'..i. i.l t-- er l-- j e tri-at- ur-ag- a re-gi-st rl,'. CIIEIPF.K . The Worlii I.nrii liod. The facilities of the present day for llic production of everything that will con luce to the material welfare ami comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative knowu, as it is the only remedy Vuicn 13 truly pleasing and re freshing lo the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the aystem jreutly in the Spring time or, iu fact, at auy time aud the better it is known tuc more pop ular it becomes. ' T. D. Dee to W. B. Wedell, lota 2 and block 1. Monterey addition; goOO. W. B. Wedell to 1). R. liretlenstein, lots 2 and :i, block 1, Monterey addition; 3, 7."A Total, f 10,.S. Bissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the partnership between Pender A Cory, Retail and Wholesale beer, 1(20, Liquors Twenty lifth street, is horeby dissolved by mutual consent, Pender retiring. H. C.Cory will continue the business and will collect all claims due the linn and H. C. Cokv, pav nil lirui debts. J. F. Pl.NDKIl. Ogden, Utah May 2.1, 1S01. How to Succeed. This is the great problem of life Some which few satisfactorily solve. fail because of poor health, others want of luck, but the majority from delicien grit want of nerve. They are nervous, Ice! Ice!! irresolute, changeable, easily get the In placing your order for ice this blues and "take the spirits down to keep season, be auro your name is listed with the spirit a up," thus wasting money the Mountain Springs Ice company, time, opportunity and nerve force commonly known as the (Irilllth ponds There is nothing like tho Iiestorative the only springs ice in the city. We Nervine, discovered by the groat specialguarantee it to be pure, clear and free ist, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous disfrom moss. Office in Commi kciai. build- eases, as headache, tko blues, nervous ing 'JKU Washington avenue prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgin, St. Vitus dance, tits and hysteria. Trial bottles and the book of testimonials free. NOT RKCO(JXIZKl). H. A. Walker. The Hotly Found onJSatimlay Jitn iod U. W. A. (. Attention. Yesterday. Members of Fidelity Lodge No. 3 are The body of the young man found on requested to meet at A. O. U. W. hall Saturday was buried yesterday from the on memorial day May 30th at th.TO a. m. A full attendance is desired. undertaking rooms ot Kichey. About sharp. brothers are cordially in300 people visited tho place to see the Sojourning vited. By order of the Committee. A face but no one recognized it. young Joseph P. Stone, W. Forixsr.B, man is marked "missing" on tho police Ri'nowH Mann. records of Denver that closely answers Misdescription of this man. Tho person Special attention given to furnishing wanted at Denver was a painter 21 years old, and his name is Wm. balls nnd parties with ice cream at h street. S. McCoy. Steps have been taken to Johnn!e's,3U Twenty-fiftmtify the Denver authorities of the O. K. T. means Oregon Kidney Tea. finding of the man here, calling attention to the resemblance to the person lost. Speeial Announcement. The Unian Pacific Ry. will sell round A Testimonial. trip tickets at a single fare from all This is to certify that. T sustained a points in Utah to Salt Lake City and for the occasion of the Conference loss by lire on Sunday, May l<, the property destroyed having been in- of The Young Men's Mutual Improvement Associat ion to be held at Salt Lake sured by W. II. Campbell, insurance May 31st nnd June 1st, 1891. Tickets agent. Mr. Campbell paid me loss Mav 25th. IS'.tl. in cash, and settled will be sold May 30th, 31st and June 1st. on a basis which meets with my entire nnd limited for return until June 8th, 1891. satisfaction. For promptness and lack of red tape I "Tho great tonic, appetizer and liver recommend Mr. Campbell as a good regulator." Dr. Henley's English Danparty with whom to insure. delion Tonic. E. D. T. , re n X IIOMAM VKIIO. Broke an Aim. J. N. Chambers Jr., aged 0 years, son of J. N. Chambers, head salesman for the Consolidated Impliment Company, was yesterday playing on Lester Park with some other boys, when one Fred number of physicians have made a careful examination, and pronounce it to be as claimed, the petrified body of a woman. Tho hair is also petritied. Lad iks Day: On Wednesday the proprietor will exhibit the petritied woman to Indies. Price of admission to all, 25 cents, Assignee Sale. Bids will be received at my place of street up to business, 207 Twenty-tiftThursday at 10 o'clock a. in. for all of M. C. iloadberg's stock of tailoring Bids clotliB, trimmings and fixtures. received either verbally or in writing. Stock will be sold to highest bidder. M. LicHTKM'if.t.n. Assignee, h II. Redonburg was arrested charged with disturbing tne poaco. Wnrrnn was arrested charged lr "God's blessing to mankind," say witli interfering with an oflicer in the thousands who have been cured by the discharge of Ins duly. Frank Morris was arrested charged celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold everywhere. with forgery. ;UA)P.S DOSt;oLA .lioJ :iu(il from from fruui from fiVi to iTi to i.ul to i.iv to 'in' sold rverr Jw utrn-tl- (4d revularly PATENT l.'to outer i. y. rrt rt. THIRD STORE WEST OF rOSTOl olo ON 24th STREET. l-- I 0 ?24tli, St. l I 1 '24th St. THE l'UOMTE EXCHANGE. liuHiiiess on 'Change was couaiderably Ijetter yesterilay; prictxi were linn aud leiuand brisk. (ireen fruita were comparison. IIo lacks the eizo and speed of the ti iirce, as is umial on a Monday. Utah will U iu tho market by lo a ntrauljerries thoroughbred, and what a part of the week iu gooda Staiubotil, a the latter MaudS, a and according to present intiiNelson would make of the greatest trot- supply 'aiioiiH will lx' reiiHonale in price. rMKa ever lived could Arab meet that ting ontiniie to rule hih with an excellent they on a trotting treck! li inand for rtnh'a. Wheat waa in Asa race they nre handsomer than tho lair demand yctUcrday at a Hliht ad American trotters, many of which have vance over Natiiriluvs market. Sales Inherited Roman heads and cat hams yettrtliiy were II cars wheat, 50 ciumhi 10 'J.UKI dozen ihuhhIh chickens, from tho great progenitor, liysdyka irangw, t;rix-i- i vegetables and 10 uihh lemoim. Hamblctoiiiau. If it could be done, without a loss of size and speed, for tho purSpecial Aniiouiicpiiieiit. pose of giving beauty and finish to the Pacific Ky. will sell round Union The bo well American trotter, it might to tickets to Salt Ijike nnd return at add more of tho Arab blood to the com- trip kini.i.k KAitK, on June 4th, fth and 0th, posite article which goes to rnako tip the on aocount of the Mimical Festival to American trotter, but the experiment 1)0 tfiven in the large Tabernacle. Tick- has been tried and not found aucceBsfuL eta limited for return until June ouv No Arab known to civilized man is bo handsome aa Mainbrino King. ISoston What we Offer In Millinery. Courier. Come and get a noby trimmed hat for Froof of the Uarth'a Motion. f.i.(H, usual price So.00. Airs. M. rriin Take a good sized bowl, fill it m arly tyen, next dtxr to Clark lt Sona full of water and place it upon the floor Ahno DeMonco, M. D., for the past 8 of the room which is not exposed to iihysician Bnd Burgeon in chief of years or street. from tho shaking jarnng Colorado, Electropath ic Sprinkle over the surface of tho water a the Denver, is now permanently located in coating of lycopodiurn powder a white Institute, in the (irand opera house substance which is sometimes used by Ogden, Utah, Koonis '.i'X 40, 11. While debuilding. ladies in making their toilet, and which voting especial attention to diseases of can be purchased of any druggist. Next the eye, ear, throat and nose, will c upon tho surface of this coating of white tinue to treat all chronic diseases, ,u powder make with powdered charcoal a for a limited time. 18:U. Ogden, May straight black lino, say an inch or two in length. Having mado this littlo black-marA Poor Man's (Tiance. on the surface of the contents of the bowl, lay down upon tho floor close lots three and four miles buying Stop to the bowl a stick or some other straight from luisiness center paving from ?.'i00 object, so that it will lie exactly parallel to 500 per lot and alxiut $75 per annum with tho charcoal mark. If tho lino cas faro when you can buy lots in Central Sub Division for the hapjiens to bo parallel with a crack in tiures only four blocks from the floor or with any stationary object in sanie business center, corner Twentieth and the room this will serve as well. Jefferson avenue with all modern city Leave the bowl undisturbed for a few improvements on very easy terms. Come hours, and then observe tho position of and convince yourselves that you can the black mark with reference to the ob- save money. Fkkii. V. Dankowskk, io opera house block ject it was parallel with. It will be found to have moved about, aud to have shifted its position from east to west Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills that is to say, in that direction opiwsito Act on a new principle regulating the to that of tho movement of the earth liver, stomach and bowels through the upon its axis. The earth in simply re- nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' volving has carried the water aud every- Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad torpid liver, X'il68, constipation. thing else in the bowl around with it, taste, but the powder upon the surface has been Uneiiualed for men, women, children. left behind a little. The line will always Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 bo found to have moved from east to centa Samples free at II. A. Walker. west, which is perfectly good proof that Legal Blanks of all kinds for sale at everything else contained in tho bowl the Commercial Ollice. other the has moved way. St. Louij CHATTEL MOIlTliAGE SALE. Republic. sp.-ci- Lu - LEATHEK OX EHUD'S, Urt llih.l Turned French IKmola made, r"lu.-tx- j Iroui J4.5J to (XTo. OOZE CALF TOIN, lUxluox from to !." fi50 ZM't lUoluotxl ;t,uu Ui from Jni in l .75 I led uitxl trm i t i l to i'jt I LADIF.S' FIXE DUflss SLIPPEKS. tloe CiiSf, iu x)ora to match COMMON KKXSF. OXFORD T1KS, Oxford Tien, plain and MISSES' SHOES. T OFKllA STYLES. lip,ers, in every style, The leader of School Sbe: Sole then Tut. from in 5.ti rsru-larlprice I'uteut Tips, rtx.lut.ttd froiu.fl "5 to 11.35 leather tiw, heel or pnn heel, re.la. e.1 raistf.ni; We offer them m thisaale at from I'ii'eut Tit, reductxl from. 'i.H0to 1.50 from ritW to 11.00. Will any The to iX'.'t. most Patent 'I ip. reduitxl from. elegant thoe to 1.75 two ahoea in thia city. I'atent Tips, rtxluotxi from. 3.00 to i'i5 Pebble tiout Shoe at fl.Ot), votth flOO. made. DreM hlioe, in IXhioIh, rtxlactxl from FIXE SATIN SLIITEItS to I'KKNt'H KID 1JKOXZE OXFOLD, Drew Shoe, in French Dniit;,ila, reduced In all ehadeH to match costume, rtVUt from rUU U flltl. J5.00, now fd.00 Uegular price price (5.tt, now Hellini; at tlJAK , 1 .. Pn-iR-- jiiu. tl coidi-denc- g,l tM hai d turned French kid lio iu Dgdfffl orth A French d,.ng(.!a I, an I turned at at H.Vt eie at Freucb dumoi hand lurt,vl th, 4d every !,w al .U at A , ami a.ad dung-daA French dojig, la, hand uribiual prie UM at tl.iM. pU-u- t seod, t,p4 l U flj" at Aa dl Laud Freucb douxula auM rvuUrly at b..u at i I Le-j.i- ri h of cases of in the po- j s The following business was transacted yesterday in Judge Bishop's court: In the case of The People etc., vs. John Cane, Hay Simpson, JohnBnrke Markle gave him a violent push causing and Charles Hall trial for theft. The a fall which resulted in breaking both evidence was not conclusive to implicate bones of young Chambers' left fore arm. Charles Hall who was dismissad. It Dr. Perkins is in attendance. was also discovered that Burke was in Box Klder county jail at the time of the The Petrified Woman. offense. Cane and Simpson were held The pelriliod woman now on exhibition in bonds of Sl,o00 each for their appearance before the grand jury. The at No. 3(12, Twenty-tiftstreet, is atevidence of Hall was taken in writing and much attention, many peotracting according to the statutes, it being shovn visit it daily. Tho proprietor inthat he could not give bail for his ap- ple formed a Commkkci.m. reporter that a pearance as a witness. The Police Record. There arc quite a number See our offer for this week never was there anything like it in Ogden. tul-U- s 1 Jndffe Bishop's Court. it s . 'If SAYE JIWEY. AM i The People, etc., vs. Thos. McGallon, of north unil R.illlh and north of e:it Thos. McHiallon, aud west streets and the Henderson order for judgment. three years ill enitentiary; M liuker in company should use the other unlet!. reforiu whoil till -- years of age. The object of this restraining order 'I'ho People vh. Nick Smith, judgment as to hold one side of tlio streets for Uox Klder county the Heudcson company. to U itiipriboned in for aixty ilays and pay costs of prosecution. I'niled Stales vs. Maroni Brown order holding defendant for unlaw fcl cohabitation. Order for I muds for npearance of wit ncsses. I'liito.l Slntiw vs. .lens FraiiHen, unlawful cohabitation. Judgment, tine of and conts and remain in prison till paid. The People etc. vs. Sam PanguiU'h nnl Tosali Cook, order committing custody of the two defendants to the United States marshal. Assault with deadly weapons. In reattachment for delinquent Order for attachment for W. W. Klmer,John Nicholas and Oliver Uelnap, each. Fined The People, etc. vs. Walter Greonwell, order committing defendant to reform school. United States vs. Daniel Ileiner, trial to jury; unlawful cohabitation. Verdict, guilty. Sentence set for May '20th at '2 o'clock. United StatoB vs. Lot Darney, continued for the term owing to absence of Alfred Stevens. The People, etc. vs, Win. Hums, order for allowance of Frank Duryea a witness for defense. Trial to jury; continued till Wednesday. James Allen vs. F. J. Cannon, et al., order extending time to till transcript t ill Mav :!lth, lS'.il. The People etc. vs. John Cane, Hay Simpson and John limke, a new com plaint tiled charging them with burglary committed in Su in in it county. Date of hearing not fixed. Scott Hanson vs. James Flynn, petition for an order forfovclosure of chattel mortgage considered. J. F. Flynn vs. J. 1). Ruling, action for debt. Attachment issued. J. F. Flynn vs. 15. Finck, action for Attachment issued. board bill" of V. K. Johnson vs. F. 11. Coker, aotion for debt on promissory note. Thomas Bros. vs. A. C. Flichardson, notion brought for debt. .Mrs. C. Lightfoot vs. W. E. Steel and Thomas Douglas, action for claim aud delivery of an organ. In the matter of the estate and guardianship of Randolph B. Freeman et al., hearing on petition for letters of guardianship. lieese T. llenninger, hearing on citation against the administrator, Andrew llenninger. why he should not sutler the penalty of contempt of court in taking into his possession certain property set apart for the widow of the estate. Discharged on his agreeing to replace the same. HEAD THIS ! 1 ia-rt- (VurU. ler LADIES !! !! - t. LADIES! i t-- it, m. a What Retailers arc Sellinjj in New York. Why not lt Black Lace Parasols Adorned witli Artificial l'lowers. Shoes for Round-Toe- d the Dressy Young Men who prefer Patent leather .1 to any otner style ot a have an Ice Cream Freezer and enjoy a delicious dish just as often as you feel like ltr 1 Shoe. Black Lace Parasols that are Trimmed with Galloon. lilack India bilks ot a Medium Quality having very Bright Designs over the Surface, for with a Front Matching the Gay Color. Black Lace Parasols having Flowers worked in (iold or Alternate Gores. Tea-gown- s, k 's A Survival of the Fittest. While limiting antelope on the prairies "Liver complaint knocked out every round" by Dr. Kenley's English Dan- of Colorado I was the witness of a very delion Tonic. E. D. T. interesting chase between an eagle and a rabbit. Tho various circles and Remember the auction sale of dia- jack downward swoops of the eagle attracted monds, watches and jewelry at E Steler'e 27(1 Twenty-tiftstreet. Goods must be my attention, and I resolved to ascertain sold regardless of price to satisfy mort- the reason. I put spur to my horse and succeeded in gaining an elevation from W. V. HeIiFkich, Mortgagee. gage. which a good view of the chase could be had. The rabbit, to all appearances, was What we Offer in Tailoring. Suits from 830.00 and up. Pants very much bewildered, and would run from 87.50 and up. Nice stock to select first in one direction and then another, from. H. Kissel 317 Twenty-fourtand sometimes in circles, its pursuer, street. Up stairs. the eagle, following its every turn. Finally the eagle, as if tired of this Photographed the Band. sport, with a vicious downward swoop Yesterday J. Fasevitch. the photo and a stroko of the wing laid the rabbit grapher, took two successful negatives out lifeless on the prairie. At this moof Kent s Military band in their full ment I gave a tremendous yell, and at chess uniform. When tho pictures are tho same time rode rapidly toward finished a number will be nicely framed which had the desired effect of and presented to the inunediate friends them, frightening the eaglo away, leaving its of the band boys. victim in my possession, which turned out to be tho only game I bagged that Decoration Day. I have a number ot headstones and day. Forest and Stream, and monuments on hand nnd wish to Cautious, lint lleasonable. sell thpni out before Decoration Day, as Mrs. Primus I saw you riding in the 1 will remove to Washington avenue af tor June 1st. Call at once on C. P. Lam- park with Willio Itoss and Jack Bolton. bert, corner of JelTerson avenuo and I didn't know your papa would let you Twentieth street, just outsido of cemo- - ride alone with gentlemen. tery gates. Miss Secuuda Ho doesn't object if the gentlemen are rival lovers. Mnn-seylee cream at wholesale nnd retail at Weekly. streot. Johnnie's, 311 Twennty-fiftThe cost of war ships is a3 follows per Mcnev to Loan! ton: England, 100; Franco, 1:230; Rusf" Money to loan on Diamonds, Watches, $ 135. Tho price per indicated horse sia, jewelry, eie. unredeemed pledges lor power is: England, $150; Franco, $280, 201 sale cheap. and 20!, Tweiity tif th St and lhu United States, 8335. okokdowitz Bkos, h h 's Our New York Tapera iiinilc. Special Note of the Selection made for us IM year which they wlil, made the Finest anil Kver Assortment Purchased fur One House lu Ofrden, i urn Fatal Mistake. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they inform patients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, has proven the contrary in his new iKxik on "Heart Disease," which may be had free at 11. A. Walker's, who guarantees and recommends Dr. Miles' unequalled New Heart Cure, which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tenderness in the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting smothHis Restorative ering, dropsy, etc, Xervi.io cures headache, tits, etc. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF-NOTIFOR PUBLICATION. CE t'oiteil States Land Office, ( Salt Lake City, ttali. Mav mini, 11. Kii-Notic-i- ' that Josoiili Manning, is nf lliHiper, Wi'Ikt county. Utah, lias tileil notice nf intent on to make proof on his ilowrt-lan- il claim No. 2i1, for the northwest quarter in of southwest quarter of section twen'y, west, before township tive north of ranee two Htates land United of receiver register anil otlice at Salt Lake City, Utah, on Monday, the 6th day of July. He names tin- - followiiiK witnesses to prove the complete Srrination and reclamation l II. n Wiit & Sons ooo r ",'l'ohn Frew. Joseph U. ltevins, William darner unil l'ie,l Kilin, all of Hooper, Weber 1' ci.untv.Utali.ua Co. GASOLENE STOVES! . i We will say simply this: Compare our genuine"Dang-ler's- " Graham's sell with all - others. They themselves- Why not see them ? CUCUMBER AND 00!m ELDER Cream Is not a cosmetic, but a nutritive touic for the skin. It makes the skin naturally smooth and soft and velvety, protects it from wind aud sun, cleanses the face far better than soap and water and by its touic effect on the skin pro-vcuthe formation of wrinkles. For sale in Otrdon with other of Mrs. Graham's celebrated C. L. preparations, by the following Druggists: Feeoles, 2421 Washington Ave.: f 1). Hnrlbut, under Broom Hotel; H. A. Walker, 372 Twenty-fourt- h St. Send stamp to Mrs. Ouvaire Graham, "Beauty Doctor,'' 103 Post St., San Francisco, for her little book "How to be Beautiful." Wholesale agents for Utah, A. C. Smitb Druggists, Salt Lake City. J. M. D. LESSEXGER. LESSENGER & & Co, L. LO.VR. LOAR, Will Practice in all the Courts. We will attend to all classes of cases before the Land Offices at Suit Lake and Wushinton, D. C. of said ' HANK 1). HOHIW, K.wiBtur, s - h A 11 We are Headquarters The general verdict is, that for all kinds of Staple we have the Best Refrigerator Goods as well as Novel- in town, and at the Lowest ties and beg of you to PriceYou ask: How do we visit us at the New Store. know so? Our customers tell us so. Good reason, ain't it. Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. The large and elegant jewelry stock of E. Stelor, 270 Twenty-tiftstreet, will be put on the market next Monday May 18th, at 7:30 o'clock, and sold to the highest bidder for cash at auction. Come early and secure bargains. W. V. IIelfrich, Mortgagee. Trices will Sell the nt. We havo a Collet ion Agency iu connection witli tho offices attended U by a special collector. Proinptnoes in all matters guaranteed They are out of sight, but they will draw your attention to our line of Parasols Sun Umberellas, Etc. Call and see if wo can satisfy you as to price and quality. Our line of Spring and Summer Jackets, Capes, and Wraps, Circulars are for Bale and if you are in need of anything in the above lines we will be pleased to show you what we have, if styles and prices suit we will be pleased to have you buy. Yours Anxious to Please. I. Lu Clark & Sons. X. B. See our line of Straw Goods! Wisdom's Famous Robertine Produces a beautiful and velvet-lik- e skin to which nothing but the softness and purity of an infant's face can be compared.