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OODKN DAILY COMMERCIAL: M XDAY, MAY 31, 1891. rera- - Uj a rLif, It .doe the raokfc. In recpecW ii vuuat lU.ureab. ,r io MMHit of ll vw omuhom a laMSaarctM! between tt ranks ufthe ilLoj.ec (hrdeu K- - iip hi i i I ' Tbeiu With Luval Honor. FRM ESSION. A BRILLIANT City i i..- 1 n r ii. ! Memorial Jay by tltf) i i! i ! i. Mass! I iuui Tribalr to the 'u( lyOraud uiuuly to 1. i of A mi j. ae tittiutfly eesetsrsted Odrti. The privram which had been arranged by llw lirand Army with extreine eare wits carried out U tbe letter, with the exception of the ioea at Mountain View cemetery in the afternoon. The rainstorm, which boetim by wme fatality to occur ou national holidays, rendered necessary a alight change in the program. If the bk was threatening and stormy in the afternoon, the forenoon a fair enough and the streets were soon tilled with the of beoiile artbeuihhila' to Wl the oroceeaioti. A numljer of busi from windows houaea displayed Mag ami flagstaff. Many of t tie stores were closed during the entire day ami all honored the mayor's request to close from 10 an'.-- -' p. m. r v piwkics in PRiirt xio.t. There was no lack of flowers. The school children had levied tribute on the launsand greenhouses and scoured the hills in the suburbs so that nearly everyone in the procession ami union); t lie SMi'tatoro was provided with bouquet iuui elaborately constructed floral de .! with which to decorate the graves of the Nation's heroes. The procession was formed on Washington avenue, the column facing west, with the right wine resting at Twenty-fourth- , ('apt. K. T. llulaiuski, grand marbhal and his aides, A. M. Corte and Fred W. Kieael were mounted, as were several of the marshals of the civic orders, and under their direction the column was ready to move at a. ni. h little after 1 tU foiim vi ion. 'J'he column was headed by Kent's Military band followed by the local lodges of I. (). (). K., including Canton Col. V. .1. Iturrutt acted as fgden No. marshal for the Odd Fellows, assisted by l.l S. Luty in command of the Can ton. This last orgamation, with its brilliant uniform and excellent disci All of pliue, attracted much attention. I lie organiatimis carried Hags or han DM1 and some iioth, hut none were more elegant and striking in appearance than the magnilieent new banner earriiil by the Canton and which was used for (he lirsl. t hue yesterday. The Canton was followed by the Voting American drum corps arrayed in hi- - new Zouave uniform of many av colors mid rejoicing In their ability to drown out nnv band in. I'tah. Their were: W. W. Crossmun, captain, and iM. lie Hard, fcr color-beare- JOHN a. MX COST. Following the drum corps was the John A. Dix 1'ost of the (irand Army of the Kepublic, which mustered nearly tifty old soldiers. The Ogden veterans are a younger looking set of men than are usually seen in the posts of eastern cities. While with the majority time has s prinkled a few gray hairs through the hair and beard, yet they seem good for many years of active life. As they marched through the streets yesterday with the same long, strong, swinging step which carried them through Georgia and the campaigns in Virginia it was manifest to any observer that in case of war the country would not have to depend alone iion raw recruits but could marshal at once an army of veterans from the ranks of (J. A. Ii. The Knights of Pythias, Ancient Order of United Workmen, Patriotic Order Sons of America, and Sons of St. George followed the G. A. K., and were all strongly represented and well drilled. The cadets from the military academy with their new ly organized hand closed the procession of footmen as escort of the Woman's Relief Corps, which followed in carriages. The mayor and council followed in carriages, behind the city officials came the lire department with the chemical engine, hose wagon, and larger lire engine. The tiro boys seemed proud of their well trained teams and new engines, and deservedly so. A large number of citizens in carriages joined the procession and added materially to its length. The mounted police and the marshals had hard wark to keep the streets cleared for the column, but were successful in handing the large crowd and long procession without serious accident. THSOOUm IN MOTION. On passing Twenty fourth street the column moved north on the west side of street and Washington to Twenty-seconthen countermarched on the east side street. of Washington to Twenty-fift- h From this point the line of march was to Jefferson avenue, east on Twenty-fift- h then north to the city cemetery. The streets had been sprinkled on the night before and were in good condition. On approaching thecemeteiy the bands played (len. Grant's Funeral March. d THE TRIBUTES OFFERED. At the cemetery the beautiful and impressive burial services of the (I. A. Ii. were conducted by ('apt. John J. Cortez, commander of John A. Dix post, assisted The by Maj. M. A. Broaden, chaplain. graves of the fallen heroes were strewn with flowers under the direction of the woman's relief corps. The ceremonies of theG. A. R were followed by the services by the 1.0. O. F., and the K. of P., after which the procession reformed and marched away leaving the city of the dead strewn with Rowers, for not only had the graves of the soldiers been honored but loving hands had sought out and placed flowers on the graves of other loved ones. Decorating the graves of the soldiers is a beautiful custom and the solemnity all the ceremonies which prevaded showed thet its educating influence was not lost. THE COUNTERMARCH. Returning from the cemetery the order of march was reversed. The line of march was down Twenty first street to Washington avenue, thence south to On street. Twenty-fourt- h reaching Twenty fourth street the column halte other orgadiaatiofis and sere saluted a , HAh'MMb : IIEROLV couutenuhxeh SILENT THE He I- rt. - Way Il.r IS 1 Wed IT- - LADIES! and Prices la. LADIES!! at a mat Without they piated. As with nasals uncovered bluster. He deals and fairly with openly moved uf the they through to the head ail alike. Hi g are marked tn plain s xjIuuio their younger ere imbued anew with respect fur the figures. When he says be will cut from men a ho had passed through the tiery the pr ewe be has been electing of all. ordeal of a tour year's ar and were not the cut a ill also go U all He bought j too much, found wanting. considering the cold, be The various ormnuatkms then pro- ward spring. He don't propose tog left, so he prefers the tirst oust to the ceeded to ti.eir hails, after a tineekhib t mj of fancy drilling given b Oaatnsj goods. See his big ad. in tod ay's paper. It means what it says. Save from to "gdei. No ; near the eunr 'of Taut fourth. The cadets, under the cnu per or I by calling on him the few tuand of Csptai u Buger akai drilled and dais this oust sale mil last. won a round of applause from the spec tators. IvTster Park Pavilion HMimis view auax ill not forget Lovers of the danee . At 3 o'ektek in tbe afternoon the Professor Mason's grand ball in Die bast hand turned French kid shoe iu Ogden A Preach Aua, rth ftlJkl at turned tboe a4d every (irand Army of the ICepuhlie. Woman's park pavilion Tuesday area hag. liuod he.-.at ,isi at H French dougola hand turued shoe sold everywhere at A Use ds k Relief Corps. Knights uf Pythias and enjoyable time. strict!) hau l u,le French dougola, orininai price U at tOtl. A French dongula. han tent tips told regularly the Drum Corps took the motor and at at An all hand sewed French dougola sold regularly at i at (: i. went out to mountain view cemetery to Saw (gdcu' Vosciuite. decorate the graves of soldiers buried One of the crowds that merriest there. The ran.- CHKAPKi; lil: ADEN DONOOLA i. came up at tli PATENT LEATHER OXFORD'S. Itest IUimI Turued FretM-l- i OougoU moment of arriving and it was nut has left the city for a long time was Mr. lieduced from 2.1M made. rduv.l from $ OOZE CALF TOFK, u gt". thought advisable to leave the car. A and Mrs. Foubles of yesterday, consent- liedueeil frMn u. tii:. Redutd from to fL'ai detail of volunteers gallantly carrird the ing of about twenty persons. They lUoluoed fr,ui irt. Red uosd from tu'to D lo flowers to the graves, after which the cut up Waterfall canon, taking their Itedueed from a::. (.mto lUsJuced fr.m l.tW to :t.i U DIES' FINE DRESS sLIPPERs. lunch tilth then, and s !.,! ing the day. party returned to the city. to the climbed in the Ooe Calf, in colore to match cos Everyone party Memorial Notes. tumes. phuu and ...!..: t(ford Ties, MISSES' SHOES. top beyond the falls and were well paid COMMON SENSE OXFORD TIES. theo Ties, Toe Shpsrs. in every style, OPERA STVLES. The float which carried the little girls no doubt by the rare lieauties of the The leader of School Stioes: Sole iu price from ciniln .".'' regu Patent Tips, reduced from 1.7. to 1X leather tips, heel or spring heel, reduced rang.ng We appointed to decorate the graves re ananery. offer I hem iu this sale at from Urly. Patent sembled a magnificent bed of nwes. from S.iW to L'm from -'' reluced l.ta to Will outwear any A Moii hum in (in riled- 'Die most elegant shoe to ptTV Pateut to 1.75 two shoes iu this city. retluoed from The Sons of St. ieorge carried an ele Cm vriAVioi., Teun., Mav 30. Obio'a Patent Dps, reduced from .'too to Pebble 91. Shoe nt at worth new Ai, A. Cook P. banner. was their gaut fjm tribute to the Andrews raiders, provided Oreea Shoe, in Dougola, reduced from marshal. of Ohio, was un the FINE SATIN" SLIPPER so.511 to M!. by general assembly One of the best represented orders was veile.1 in the national of this nuoicH kid BRONZE OXFOKD. Drees Shoe, in Freuch In all shades to mutch oostuiuea re,lucel Oongola. the A. O. I. W. of which there are two place this afternoon. cemetery Judge Thaddeus Regular price ru, now runt from H'tttorM". pr ce "i., now selling at fCL'si. lodges in the city. A. Minahell, president of the Ohio AnThe Knights of Pythias are a well drews raiders monument commission drilled body of men and in the line uni- spoke briefly, after widen ex (lovernor THIRD STORK WEST OF POSTOFFE ON 24th STREET. form of the order present an attractive Foraker was presented and delivered the his At the close of appearance. principal address. pT The new banner cariied by Canton speech the monument was unveiled by nigh, Ohio, Ogden, No. U, 1. O. O. P., is a gorgeous Marion L It ws. of Christian. affair of silk and gold cord, said to have a nephew of Marion A. Ross, one of the executed numlier. Minor addresses folcost M . The Patriotic Sons of America are in lowed the ceremonv. their element when celebrating u na tional holiday. Marshal W. W. Walters is the presiding officer of this organi.a tion. The fancy drilling of the cadets was somewhat in imitation of that done by the Louisiana Rifles during the carnival. The loading and firing by company-waespecially good. The oflicers of the company are M. linger, captain, A. Kuhn, first lieutenant; II. L. Fenner second lieutenant; C. Fish, first ser geant; and Q, Hush, second sergeant. The cadet's band has not been organ i.e very long and for short practice is tuite proficient. Drum Major Thump sou does not attempt any fancy tw irling of the baton but attends strictlv to hum ness w ith military precision. The Other, members of the band are Cadets 8a bring, Ihinielson, Plackburn, Howard, Pruitt. Kiesel, KayUiuld, Milliard. Whit nier, liow man, iibson, Morris and Klaus. The Voung American Drum corps was nave uniform. resplendent in the new of brown The uniform consists red trousers with gold leggings, braid, light blue sashes, blue jack ets with gold braid and brass Worth of Goods to be sold to the Highest Bidder commencing MONDAY, JUNE 1. AT 1(1 O'CLOCK, and continue without buttons and red and green caps. The reserve until sold. Must be sold at once at Tin Shop, No. 351, 24th street- - Will sell the entire stock to anyone for boys say that the uniforms are all the before that date. The following comprises the stock: cash of home and manufacture products that the music of their drums is more A full line of Besting and Cook Stoves, Fruit Cans, Screws, powerful than the tooting of all the Snow Shovels, Wiish IloilerB, Hutts, brass bands. Galvanized Wtire, Milk Cans, Hinges, Altogether this was as line a parade I inner All Sizes of Pails, Two Pair Scales, Buckets, us erer was seen in Ogden. Both Tin, Iron and OoppW Fiber Ware, Coffe Pots, Saws, OU Ciins, Tools of Every Description, Planes, THE COTKKIK. Wtu. READ THIS M SAVE MONKY. feUow-t-iliao- See our offer for this week never was there anything like it in Qgden. ly.-'- - OK-n- i'bi Ti. irl iJ -- it . run h h rl 313 24th, St. PAliniW 313 WMM AUCTION!! AUCTION! HARDWARE, HARDWARE, Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, Builders' Hardware and Tinware. $4,()()() Mc, iiijr on Wednesday Last was Very Entertaining. On Wednesday, May 26, the popular y Coterie held its regular Mrs. of residence at the J. S. meeting Cor lew. The usual program was followed. In addition to reading of the minutes of the preceding meeting the Secretary-Mrs- . J. N. Kimball read the minutes of all previous meetings. Mrs. J. N. Kim ball also read, in her usually bright and vivacious manner a carefully prepared and interesting essay by Madam L. on the "Parks and Monuments of London." She was followed by Mrs. W. F. Adams in a graceful rendering of an original descriptive article on "Wells." Mrs. Hansford Smith then followed with a tine essay, w ritten by hsrself, upon "Ludlow's Castles." Mrs. W. N. Shilling followed by the "Reading of the Hard," after which Mrs. llriggs read her excellent essay entitled "The Languages and Literature of semi-monthl- Wales." "Tennyson's "Lady Clara Vere de Vere" was tiuely rendered by Mrs. Allison. Mrs. J. S. Corlew read, as only Mrs. C. could, " The Druids." The invited guests were Mrs. Hoffner, Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. W. Kay, Mrs. J. S. Lewis, Mrs. K. W. Cross, Mrs. Geo. Osmond, and Mrs. Matson. The absen tees being Mesdames Miner, Howard, Newvill, Henderson, Maginnis and Fleming. Mrs. Judge Kuiersou presided with her usual quiet dignity, and the afternoon was most pleasantly and profitably sent. Drawing For a Hat. a trimmed hat is entitled to a ticket for the drawing to be held on July 3d, 1801, at the Misses Kli nken beard's millinery parlors, rooms I'd and 20, Wright's building. Anyone who purchases THE TEMPERANCE An UNION. Important Program Prepared for Tomorrow Afternoon. The W. C. T. U. w ill hold its regular meeting at the M E. church, Monday afternoon at :? o'clock. A part of the program is here given: Report of the Reform school work by Mrs. Cropsey of Five Points. Reports from jail and hospital work by Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Day. A paper on the ordinances of Ogden City and their relation to our jail report, by Mrs. Dr. Reid. The program promises to be of unusual interest and a cordial invitation is extended to all interested in the philanthropic work of our city. No! ice. All persons indebted to the tirm of Carlson & Kaufman (Chicago Cash Grocery), are hereby notified that as assignee of said tirm, all accounts, notes and debts due said linn are in my hands for collection, and you are hereby notified to call and settle same at once. C. II. KiNi, Assignee, End in fact anything to be found in a first class hardware store, occupied by C. D. Hayes), 351, 24th street- Don't forget the day and date or the tin shop (formerly - M OND AY, JUNK TERMS CASH, or one-thir- d when knocked off, the balance when taken from the premises. 3h Special Announcement The Unian Pacific Ry. will sell round Its Commencement Program Will be trip tickets nt a 'single fare from ail points in Utah to Salt Lake City and re Rendered on Friday. tarn for t he occasion of the Conference The commencement exercises of the of The Voung Men's Mutual Improve Ogdeti Military Academy will he held ment Association to be held ntSalt Lake 31st and June 1st, 1891. Tickets next Friday, Juue 5th. This will bo May will" be sold May 30th, :Ust and June 1st. one of the most attractive suhool events and limited for return until June 8th, in this city this year. The program 1891. will he elaborate, and will he as follows: NEW WEST COMMENCEMENT. THE MILITARY ACADEMY. THE PROGRAM. M. A. Overture, "College Songs"---tt band. Chorus, "A Merry Heart." Salutatory and oration, "All the World a Stage, and All the Men and Women Merely Players" Lieutenant Oscar A. Fenner. Song, "The Fairest Angel," Hoffman Sergeant Major Loofbourow. Oration "Xe Tentes aut Perfice" Sergt. Courteney A. Minty. Double Duet, "Turkischer Marsch," Mozar- t- First piano, Mr. Duncan and Cadet Wurtele; second piano, Captain Morris and Cadet Cupit. Oration, "The Teaching of Patriotism is Necessary" Lieut. Fred. V. Kernel. Piano Solo "Dorn Hoschen," Bendel Lie nt. Chisholm. O raljan "Success or Failure." Lieut. Arthur Knhn. Chorus- - "Vive 1' Amour." Oration "The Aim of Life," Ser;,'. Fred J, Kiesel. Double duett Kronungsmarsch (Der Prophet) Meyerbeer. First piano Lieut. Chisholm and Cadet Cupit. Second piano Capt. Morris and Mr. Duncan. Oration "Libor Omnia Vincit," Drum-majo- r James R. Thompson. Song "The Soldier's Prayer," Mattei Chief Bugler Hilliard. Valedictory and Oration "The fault, Dear Brutus, is not in Our Stars but in Ourselves that we are Underlings," Capt. II. L Fenner. Selection "Some Day We'll Wander Back Again," 0. M. A. Band. Chorus Medley. Presentation of Diplomas. Selection -- "The (iirl I Left Behind Me,"(). M. A. Band. It Will 1891 1ST, Include a Very Fine grain of Mnsic. Pro- - The closing exercises of New West Academy will occur next Friday. An appropriate program will be presented and will no doubt attract much popular favor. The order of exercises will be as follows: THE PROGRAM. Overture, prayer, "Poet and Peasant," orchestra. IMgrini chorus. "Lmibardi," chorus and orchestra. Table of time, Miss Hamlin's pupils Natural History exercises, Miss Nutting's pupils. Soprano solo; Mrs. Shurtliff. Fan drill, Miss McClelland's pupils. Theme. "The Heavens are Filling," Miss S. Jennie Prout. Fantasie for clarionet, E. W. Kent. Oration, "The Old and the New," Claude E. Crocker. Oration, "Ogden," Egbert Douglass. Anvil chorus and Missererie "Trov-otre.- " Oration, "Pvramids Not All Egyptian." Oeo. W. Prout. Oration, "The Negro," John L. Pierce. Selection, orchestra. Award of diplomas, J. II use Jr. Parting address, EL W. King. Star Sprngled Banner," chorus and orchetra. Benediction. E. W. Kent, musical director, Mrs. II. W. King, accompanist. As will be Been by the above program, the entertainment at the academy Friday night will offord the music lovers of Ogden an opnortunity of hearing music 'K of a high ord r rendered in a very atA Choral Society. tractive style, as is sure to be the case TomrtrVow evening at 8 o'clock a num when Professor Kent is directing the ber ofTJgden's best vocalists will meet at affair. the New West Academy for the purpose of organizing a permenent Choral SoHeavy Failures. VtENira, May 30. Seven important ciety. All possessors of good voices and musical knowledge are invited to attend. lirms of Salon ica have failed. Their liabilities amount to many millioi s of .loilN BtTRMCniH, francs. Secretary Protein. A. DILLINGHAM, FOOD BEFORE SLEEP. Why Some People Are Benefitted by A Night hunch. Some persons, Medi:al Journal: though not actually sick, keep below par am in strength and general tone, and of the opinion that fasting during the long interval between supper and break s fast, and especially tiie complete en of the stomach during sleep, adds greatly to the amount of emaciation, sleeplessness and general weakness we so often meet. Physiology teaches that in the Ixnly there is a perpetual dis integration of tissue, sleeping or waking: it is therefore logical to believe that the supply of nourishment should be someAs bodily exercise is what continuous. suspended during sleep, the wear and tear correspondingly diminished, while digestion, assimilation and nutritive activity continue as usual, the food fur nished during this period adds more than is destroyed, and increased weight and improved geueral vigor are the result. All beings except man are governed by nat ural instin it, and every lieing with a stomach, except man, eats before sleep, and even the human infant, guided by the same instict, drinks frequently day and night, and if its stomach is empty for any prolonged period, it cries loud and long. Digestion requ ires no interval of rest, and if the amount of foid during the twenty four hours is, in quantity and quality, not beyond the physiological limit, it makes no hurtful difference to the stomach how few or how short are the intervals between eat ing, but it does make a vast difference in the weak and enumerated one's wel fare to have a modicum of food in the stomach during the time of sleep, that, instead of being consumed by bodily action, it may during the interval improve the lowered system. I am fully satisfied that were the weakly, the enunciated and the sleepless to" nightly take a light lunch or meal of simple, nutritious food before going to lied for a prolonged period, nine in ten of them would lie thereby lifted into a better standard of health; on the contrary, persons that are too stout or plethoric should follow an opjiosite course. Assignee. "God's blessing to mankind," say thousands who have leen cured by the celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold everywhere. 1 pti-nes- The Indicted Chilean. Los Anhki.es, May 30. Trumbull, the Chilean senator, indicted for violating the law pleaded not guilty to the charge The date or trial will be decided Mon day. Lai ill's: We are closing our Spring Jackets at $2.50 each. Former prices $2.90 to $6. Higher priced jackets at same ratio. Yours anxious to please, I. L. Clark & Sons. IMPORTANT TO EVERY MAN. WOMAN AND CHILI) IN UTAH. Diseases of tlie Eve. Ear. Nose, Throat, Tlio olil snrROou nm! examining pliysiciau of "The Lixbig Surgical Institute ml World of kansas City anil San Francisco will visit oden and hare offices at the Broom hotel, Feb. 23 ami 26, at Clift ho ise, Salt Lak, Feb. 27 and 28, lill. This will le a rare chance, for tho people of Utah to consah freo wi(h the nhlest and most successful California sieciali8t. who lias had nearly tifty years s ecial practice, having graduated in 1MH. Kemi mlier the old doctor will visit Utah himself. Dr. Liehig A Co. of San Francisco are ihe only reiiahle specialist! from the large cities w.io visit I'tah quarterly, who treat nil wasting and chronic diseases of men, women and aniioyiug chihfreu, and the only brace and deformity manufacturers who visit Utah from Sau i aucinco auit V Kans.ir. ity.