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(HiDKX DAILY COMMERCIAL! WEDNKSOAV. JCNE 3, 1&91. CITY Tie Lat of iLr lim-i- i Officials Havr Pacific Ift. "11 PelxUlil Ilirl l. B1 VtlU-rt- f Trark ifii iL ulll Mention T-i.- y e . A 351 fourth fc.r-tir t l . a. tu. Thursday, f Mirth ttrtw-t- . fell o &t 10 W. 11 rx-tit!- nreeel grt satus-faitt-- J pritoui oftiea at this "!o. i Joseph OUrt, a Ihil.tde!i.his u employ, was iu 0'dt-- yesterday. tf Albany, N. V. Also J. rator iu tb teleE. 11. Spenoer an lV-itigraph department f tha 1'iii.m tut married yesterday to Hi ttitai place Mum Kelhher of Spokane Falls. The annual rertof the Pennsylvania the net 31, S'M t,ho company to an increase t).""-'- ", earnings to 1 over 1 .?. if i.".l,'. The Pennsylvania is the road certain well known magnates f the country would like to get hold of. B. K. Verbryrk, 'f president of the Master Car Madder's assnciation and for vears un employe of the I luck twenty-siIsland road", diel at I'hicnuo yesterday. The Southern l'at ille pay far fame in yesterday. There was another drunken man at the dfot who was taken in hand ty the city jmlii-- and lodged in jail. Police Judge Push fined him 10 and cost. All of the Union Pacific ofliciuls left for the north yesterday morning with the excepttion of President Sidney Dillon, who with his family started east iu Jay Gould's private car Atlantic The man who whs affected with mental disorder on a Union Pacific train bound for Ogden was placed under arrest by the authorities here upon the arrival of the train yesterday morning and is now being held at the county jail. Passenger travel to the west keeps up. The Uio Grande and Midland are in it The Bteciiil train of bloided horses, of which mention was made in yesterday's GoMMKiii-iAi- , arrived here safely night before last from the Southern Pacitie and Blurted on its way for New York via the Uio Grande. lll-iiii- t !.bslr, A Tribute to the Railroad. Boston Herald: AUention is culled to ranged schedule, passing from one line of railroad to another, and from state to state, without so much as five minutes delay from any cause whatever. It met with no accident, and over all the long route the Presidential party were enabled to enjoy their habitual routine of life, sleeping, eating, bathing, reading, writing and talking, with as little discomfort as if they had been seated in the White house, with the added comfort of not being annoy oil by ollioe Beakers. This feature of the journey is a remarkable tribute to American railway management. It could not lie repeated. in any other country in the world. AS TO PAYIXti MATKKIAL. The Citizens' Committee will Wait for l'tiitlier Information. The citizens' committee, to make recommendations for street paving, met last evening an talked over different materials in a general way but arrived at no definite conclusion, except to favor some material that could bo obtained entirely within our own section, if any were to be recommended at all. The comniitte however preferred to await a report from Mr. II. W. of Salt Lako City, who, in company with the chairman of the committee, Mr. Stevens, while in attend-ni)CLaw-reyc- e 3 fie Tranf-Mississip- pi t call oq Waetoctrtuu. this city b'--t umoi.g P.'r nj rupture t.!uU-!- ' curxd llecry lirow, ltoui I t, STil lYuf. by WaJi-icglo- avenue. Have your pluiUigntpiiS tuken by WW lac A aii-- l I!r4uou Aifojitr-t- l Th.it IViirsr'. IMMS, m BEAD THIS !! SAVE MONEY. TIWrSAXR FIVE Xvweuuili, arttttic phUgrapherf, rooms "15, J), and 'SI Wright's bloik. , Prebhaw Go. have revived an elegant hiU funerul cur and new Blx k of funeral furnishings. Everything iu lhir hue tiret class. . Chaa. Hauoi is still at the old Union Mercantile CVtmpiny's btaud on Twenty-fiftstreet, wiga'ed by D. II. McGiidry. Mr. llauui is one of the ui-- t opular grocery clerks in t Jdeu. One of the uut appnjpriate win.l.m displays in this city m cxmniiemorulion if war ineiuories was that of the Ladle Bazaar, corner of Twenty fourth and (rant, Mr. Fred Cramer's own It shoulJ be seen to be appreciated. A. A. Bichter take6 his evening ride alone just at present and the stair building business is rhaie being neglected, but the smile Mine Herr wears is three ply and he says "a 1 Dutchman is no geese." It's a bouncing baby girl just Uio cute, and it happened yesterday morning. Mother and child well. We do not proose that any Salt Lake firm shall ohd a gallery in Ogden and make photos at any lower rate than we can. riierefore, we have decided, until further notice, to make cabinet photos at 1 per dozen. II. II. Thomas, '2 157 Washington avenue. Adams Brothers,Grand Opera House Building. i det-ign- FLe I'uion Stuart Iiuiiv-- J Ly Ci urt fa" VY th? Suprfim' Api-ei- l Ycj-tcrda- Th case of I ). II. 1 Wry jr. vs. II. O. Wherler ai;d C. H Branson, charged with Mntjreiueiil, came 00 before terday afternoon. The Judge lVrriu attorneys JiJ not agree on the plan of aiv-t- l proceedings and so the examination and their bonds were lined at 5,t Ml each. Mr. Wheeler gave bond early in the eveuiag and Mr. Ilran-soexjwtel to do so last night or this morning. The defendants claim that there is an error at the bottom of the whole busi-net- i. They nay their accounts have never been checked up to settle whether there is a shortage or not, and that when tias is done they can account for all funds entrusted to them by the Boe ton company. 1 1 is to be hojxsl that they can clear up the matter und show that they are on solid ground. Of course they will have to show vouchers for only such sums as were placed in their bands. See our ofier for this week never was there anything like it in Ogden. CHEAPER GRADES DONGOLA PATENT LEATHER from 2.50 to 2.1 M (K)ZE CALF Reduced from 2.75 to t2.15 Re.lui-e- l tttmi Reduced from Xoxi to 2X Reluoed from IUluced from 4. to 2.75 Rwuuewl from I Oed uced 0)i:iX liect Hand Turiml French DongoU ma.le, mlutvd from 1.5tl to $1 VI. TOl-S- , f2.5il to :UM to l Mo f 1.50 I :!.ii j 2'ii LA HI ES- - FINE DRESS SLIPPERS. Ooe Calf, in colors to match OXFORD TIES. tuineii, plum and MIssEs SHOES. tlvforj Tici-- , Toe s!ipjKr, in every OPERA STYLES. then Tu. stjh, The leader of School Shoe: S!e from 1.75 to 1.:15 leather ranging iu price from 1 (Hi to 5.Hl regt;-larlPatent Tips, redu-eor spring heel, nshii-e.bel tiis, We offer thissiile at in froin (hem Patent Tips, redmxd from. 2.00 to 1.5i rrvMii r-to Will outwear any fix to f 5.75. The newt elegant show Patent Tinl reduced from. 2.50 U 1.75 I wo shoes in this city. Patent Tip, reduced from. XMto 2.25 Pebble tioat Shoe at il til, worlh 2.il. made. Dress Shoe, in Dmgola, redmi'.l from FINE SATIN" SLIPPERS, f5nto2m FRENCH KID B1UJNZE OXFOBD, Dress In all shades to match cost umes, regular Shoe, in French iKmgola, re,lueN now Ft.OO from SLOU to i2.P. liegular price pr.ee ?."i.iio, now selling ut COMMON" SENSE d Oi) f.'J.-"'- . THIRD STORK WEST OF POSTOFFK OX 24th STRKFT: The Viiiou Square Appeal. Yesterday the supreme court dis1 X missed the case of Captain Ducheneau vs. ( )gden City, et ah, on appeal. No brief was tiled by either side. This, apparently, leaves the city on the under side in the light. This is the case in which the city council wus enjoined from selling the To Ladies Troubled With Heresy and Its Profit. Ice! Ice!! lots on Union, or City H ill, juare, on in no use wastThere Painful menstruation. or (ilohe: Chicago suppressed In placing your order for ice thi The lower court petition of I ing sympathy on a man churged with Oregon Kidney Tea, if taken a few days season, be sure your name is listed with grunted the ctition and the city He is made a hero of whichever before the exected crio.l, relieves all the Mountain heresy. Springs Ice com pan v, but now, apparently, gives up way the trial goes Hnd instead of im- pain. It contains no mineraf poisons. Sl'OKTIXti NEWS. commonly known as the (irilllth pond i the tight. usefulness it his opens the only springs ice in the city. We This leaves Ogden with a surplus of pairing Low Kent. up to him avenues hitherto closed. it to le pure, clear and fre guarantee Races Yesterday at Sew York, Cin- very valuable lots on its hands, to keep A 1 a sort of nine One heretic betimes room house, J 10; one 0 room from moss. Ollice in days' Commhu iu. buildin presentable shape for nothing. If the 15. seemed cinnati and Chicago. house, f wonder, and they have all so far City water.eet.trally located. 2101 Washington avenuecity grows to 100,000 in population, there to enjoy their position immensely. It is Kihiuireof I!. II. (ioddard, rooms 10 and ing Xkw York, June ages, six fur- may U a demand for such spacious pub not a question of the future of the here- 11, Wright's new building. Not an enamel or face bleach, but a lic buildings as to call for all or Luion tics but of the churches when such a longsLa Tosca won, Trinity second, square. true Itcnutilicr Wisdom's liobeitine. Notice. is Flavina third. Time 1:11"4'. It's famous. Some tine day a government building feeling prevalent. All persons indebted to F. II. Ijushcr Three year olds and upwards, one w.H le erected here and that ground the auction sale of diaare hereby notified that as assignee of One Thousand Men Out. mile Lin Trigaunte won, India Bublcr might Ijo used as a site. 2. One thousand nu n said F II. Ijiisher all accounts, notes anil monds, watches and jewelry at E. Steler'M is June worth it At whoh the (Jt.AM.ow, !reent Time 1:11'.,'. third. Isaac IjewiH second, 270 Twenty-liflstreet, (ioods must b half a million dollars, or clote to employed us drillers by shipbuilding debit! due him are in my hands for ml soh of price to satisfy morl Two year old, half mile - Osric won, square are hereby untitled to and lection, you work. have struck a on firms to the and is Clyde it, pretty expensive luxury W. V. lh.l.l Kli'11, Mortgagee. call at No. 1H5 Twenty fourth street and gage. Laughing Water second, Dagonet third. own just to accommodate old drain pipe, The strike is steadily spreading in and Time 474. once. same settle at all ami to farmers' threatens a barns wagons, paralyze operation What we Oiler in Millinery. pur Three year olds and upward, one mile livery (ikokok PuoroKir, Assignee. se over half of it is now devoted to. the ship yards along the river. One anil get a noby f rimmed hat for Come and one one furlong -- Tristian won, Tony nreout. in also weavers Perth The appealed case of Hong Sling vs. thousand Clarendon third. Time 1:51 '4. The t.iM, usual price 5.00. Mrs. M. A Poor Man's Chance. National Assurance Company of next door to (.Mark A Sons. This is a new record for the distar.ee. ' Hie State Secured. Ireland, from the Ogden xuirt, came ii Stop buying lots three and four miles Alt ages, seven furlongs - Stryke won, and tO0 from center were business from briefs submitted. -2. of Sureties paying Time Hui:isni i:i, Pa., Soho second, Sittle Jim third. Time Wisdom's Violet ('renin to 1500 per lot and about $75 per annum Hill Mtiitu Tn.iiKiiror Itovnr Iihib iiluced 1:274'. in fare new lots when a cas can Is and elegant preparation for losses you buy Tho Worli r.nrichcd. deposit if 125,000 to make gooa the Metropolitan handicap, mile and one (Jentrul Sub Division for the eradicating and preventing roughness of The facilities of the present day for thr sustained by the state in the iw inm sixteenth Walk over for Drizzle. same figures only four blocks from the face and hands. Use it freely a and Jamison failures. . Seven furlongs Esquimau won, production of everything that will con aler business center, corner Twentieth and night just before retiring and you will 1.20. Time third. Adventurer second, duce to the material welfare and conifer avenue with all modern city l delighted with a soft, smooth skin. Jefferson 2. in mud Track deep A Plague of Locusts. Ciik'aoo, June on very easy terms. Come Try it. mankind of are almost improvements unlimited am and slow. Handicap, two year olds, live Cario, June 2. A plague of locusts and convince yourselves that you can O. K. T. means Oregon Kidney Tea. furlongs Dan Kurtz won, Foreigner when Syrup of Figs was first producei threatens the Egyptian delta. save money. Frkd. V. Dankowskk, second, Ivigarita third. Time 1:01. the world was enriched wilb. the on!j 75 house block opera "Liver complaint knocked ou every All ages; six furlongs Big Tiiree won laxative known, as It is the only Wisdom's Famous Uohertine round" by Dr. Kenley's Kng'ish Dan Lolxild second, Dan II third. Tune 1:22 perfect delion Tonic. E. D. T. A Fatal Mistake. Mile and one sixteenth; Atticus won, remedy which is truly pleasing and re- Produces a beautiful and velvet-likLaura Doxey seuond, Silverado third. freshing to the taste and prompt anc skin to which nothing but the softness make no more fatal mistake Physicians For Kent or Sale. Time l:58i.,. effectual to cleanse the system gently ii and purity of an infant's face can be than when they inform patients that Three year olds, one mile Patrick the compared. from nervous come troubles heart The the Ogden Cracker factory with en Spring time or, iu fact, at any tinu won, Joe Carter second, Miss Bowling stomach and are of little consequence. gine, boiler, oven, shafting, lielling and catarrh that to convince is In it md order better known more the the you pop third. Time LSP. full complement of machines in erfe t can be cured I will give to any one who Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana All ages, seven furlongs Post t)dds .tlar it becomes. or throat a few siecialist, has proven the contrary iu his condition. Iluilding is two story bride head of a has catarrh lto&e B Howard Catherine second, won, Disease," which may IJoxlOO feet, exclusive of engine rooi.i free treatments and thereby demon- new book on "Heart third. Time The Military Academy. lie had free at H. A. Walker's, who guarand is very desirable for any business scienmost and latest to strate the you 2. Track and une soft Cincinnati, J antees and recommends Dr. Miles' un- requiring power. A favorable lease en: i hnve I of treatment. Milits method tific Commencement exercises at the Consticky. Mile and twenty yards New Heart Cure, which has the be had. Apply to Keed & ISurgitt, Reel apparatus as used by special- equalledsale of any heart signee won, Liederkranz. second, Tenor itary academy next Friday commencing complete largest remedy in the hotel. The York New and of ists Philadelphia. third. Time, 1:51'4. at 2:20 sharp. This will permit of am- people here have been deceived by vari world. It cures nervous nnd organic "Cod's blessing to mankind," sny one mile Dickerson ple time for parties desiring to attend heart disease, short breath, fluttering, thousands who have len cured bv tli'.i specialists and I propose won. Onlight second, Ma Belle third. those exercises to reach the train and be ous in or tenderness arm or the side, pain effecto to show you that this method is celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold in time for the festival at Salt Lake Time, 1:05 '4. smothshoulder, fainting pulse, M. irregular Rout. C. Cottinc.ham, tive. I). Free '4 24t h, St. !24lli St. K - 5.-- All - h I Fiau-tye- the fact that throughout oil the Presi dent's journey around the circle of 10,- 000 miles his train pursued its prear- on s "UKl formerly U Irk, from OUut, ui Ufc'Jeo frWii.lii. L. H. Korty, mjiotikWtt cf ilh Ik Viikhi 1 die's s iu (,rJea l.all.jnrU-- r fct t uii! a, )ratrday md tuade au jusiwctjuo ul th otlkini Ltre. 11 r bvwg at th ay thin Landled. Mr. Korly ect to I'oi.trliu from htre anJ ill then ro.wJ tul'urt-Ulibpfure he returns U th fast. s Muss Yauautid uell and K. Kirby, both from O mafia faav accei.te.! in Manager Dave r at a. hi, Thursday, ll lo Ike Train. lYlit-l-- LADIES fourth fctrrrt. y Fur papers and Mas Mwy Coojr( i- LADIES! - 1 HEL!. V at li a. iu. TtjraJay. it r 4i . rt.ly VforlL Tfw-tAuiIa fail it l &. Ha. TTurstly, tt A XA T Atu-tki- INSANE PASsEXfiEK mtr. I-- 5 Com- mercial Congress, in Denver, mado some investigations in these matters. Mr. Lawrence is continuing his journey further east in the interest of this project, for Salt Lake City, and has agreed to report to Mr. Stevens immediately upon his return, the result of his researches. The meeting adjourned, subject to the call of the chairman upon receipt of this report. u, 11 t Var-de- e e '. Three-year-old- s upward handicap, one mile Sullross won, Shibboleth second, Gloekner third. Time, l:48'j. Merchant's stakes, mile and Nave won from Proc(two starters)--Dr- . tor Knott in 2:0014. maidens, four and one-hafurlongs Louise won, Umatilla second, Jean third. Time, 1:01. three-year-old- one-eight- Two-year-ol- d lf Yesterday's Base Ball. At Philadelphia The Chicagos were out today, b;ing unable to bat Gleason, Cumbert was hit hard. Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 0. At New York The giants won their fourth consecutive game from Cleve-land- s today. Only two Cleveland players succeeded in getting as far as third base. New Yorlf, 7; Cleveland 0. At Boston It was a batting game on both sides in which the visitors had the best of it. Cincinnati, 10; Boston 8. The 51. K. Conference. At Brooklyn Five bases on balls and The Methodist Mission conference fourteen hits gave Bridge grooms anconvenes at the Methodist church this other game from Pittsburg, today. Brooklyn, 15; Pittsburg, 0. morning at 0:30 o'clock. It will be preSt. Louis St. Louis 0, Baltimore 4. Ansided over by the venerable Bishop Columbus Cineincinnati and Louisdrews. Its business will occupy most of ville games prevented by rain. t he week, and will include some imporLincoln Lincoln 3, Denver 2. tant subjects, including the Utah UniSioux-CitMilwaukee Milwaukeee 4, 0. versity. 10, St. Minneapolis Minneapolis The Polio Record. Paul, 10. The following business was disposed of Kansas City Kansas City fl, Omaha 5. by Police Justice Pash: Miss Anthony's Statue. Chas. Caroll, charged with drunkenNew York Sun: In the design for the ness was given 5 and (5.70 costs. Mike Floming was given ten days for statute of Miss Susan B. Ai.thony that is to be erected by the Woman's Memordrunkenness. ial association, that renowned champion with charged Andy McDonough, of female suffrage appears as an aged drunkenness, was given So and costs. It is not thus Bozniib Barniosstus was given 85 and lady, meek and mild. that Miss Anteony should be presented costs for drunkenness. P. G. Barnes charged with disturbing and represented to posterity. She should be made to appear as she was in the peace was given 5 and 80.70 costs. Ed Kidder was given $10 and $5.70 the full glory of her womanhood, when waging the battle for her cause, upd costs for disturbing the peaco. Andrew Peterson was arrested for when, with energy and volubility, she delivered her appeals to mankind in its fast driving. Chas. Avery was arrested on a charge behalf. We are sure that Miss Anthony herself must entertain this opinion. of petit larceny. J. B. Hosteller, II. C. Wilson and W.C. ' K ird were arrested by ollicers Brown At Jeff Davis' Statue. and Mitchell. Miss., June 2. United ConJackson, Golder Brown and W. A. Hop were ar- federate veterans are here in full force " rested churned with disturbing the to at toiid the convention today and tho peaco. unveiling of the Jefferson Davis statue tomorrow. The convention was called to Notice to Band Members. order in the Btate house. Governor All mornlwrs of Kent's' Military Band Stono delivered the address of welcome, are requested to meet at band room which was rescinded to by Gen. Gordon. City Hall Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. The business of the convention was then II. Attwood. proceeded with. City. Ollice over postoflice. (1)11 a. in. and 2 5 p. ni). Word to the Ladies of Option. Mrs. S. II. Abbott is now permanently Fatal Fire. located in rooms No. ,1 and 4 Wright LiNcor.N, Neb., June 1. The farm is to block and stand house of ValeLtind Reck, near Heaver making dresses wear as well as to look at and at very was burned today during the abreasonable prices. If in need of a dress City, sence of Mr. and Mrs. Beck and their maker give her a call and be convinced. t wo childaon, a girl of six and a boy of two years, perished in the llames. The Produce Exchange. AX Oatmeal Combine. Business on 'Change yesterday imAkron, Ohio, June 1. Incorporation proved considerably but the market is still unsteady, owing to the uncertain papers were tiled at Columtus today for the Consolidated Oatmeal company weather. Utah strawberries are conrng with a capital stock of 6:5,500,000 all the into market slowly, tho absence of warm oatmeal mills of the country are thus dry weather having a very bad effect on brought under one management. the ripening crop. Dealers can not depend upon the market with any cer The Challenge Accepted. tainty. Utah vegetables are also disSan Francisco, June 1. Jim Cor- causes which the bad turbed by weather, in answer to Peter Jackson's chalthe market to be very unsteady. Deals bett, lenge, says he will tight Jackson again, yesterday in all" futures were light, but but he will have to wait, as he needs the outhxik for a heavy week's busincss rest, and wants to learn the result of the was good. The sales yesterday were: Shivin-Kilraibefore announcing One-hal- f car oranges, 50 cases lemons, 20 his intentions. fight cases eggs, 50 cases Utah strawberries, 2,000 pounds green vegetables, 5 curs wheat aud 2 cars Hour. A n Hot Springs Times Table. The motor leaves daily as follows: Twenty-fift- 0:40 a. m., 7.50 a. m., 10:10 a. m., h street VIM p. m. 2:50 p. m. 5:10 p. in. 7:P0 p. m. North-Wester- North-Wester- n Notice. All persona indebted to the firm of , Carlson & Kaufman (Chicago Cash are hereby notified that as assignee of said firm, all accounts, notes and debts due said firm are in my hands fot collection, and you are horeby notilied to call and Bottle same at once. C. II. Kino, Assignee. (!ro-eery)- "Take it liefore breakfast.' ley's English Dandelion Tonic. Dr. Hen- Notice to Creditors. the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notoice, to the said administrator at the ollioe of R. W. Cross, room No. 00 First National bank building, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in Odgen City, Weber county, Utah territory. William Smith, , Administrator of the estate of deceased. Dated at Odgen City, May 27, 1SD1. Both, the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken: it is pleasan and refreshing to the taste, and acta pently j et promptly on the .kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For eale in oOc and $1 bottles by all druggistj. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM fRAHClSCO, iowsvius.fi. CAU hew rout. .r. ' Mary-Smith- Miles' Serve and Liver Pills Acton a new principle regulating the liver, Btomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cents. Samples free at ll. A. Walker. SALE. and Jewelry. Watches, Diamonds The large and elegant jewelry stock of E. Steler, 270 Twenty-fiftstreet, will be put on the market next Monday May 18th, at7:o0 o'clock, and sold to the highest bidder for cash ut auction. Come early and securt bargains. W . . llKLKUicii, Mortgagee. How to Succeed. This is the great problem of life Some which few satisfactorily solve. fail lxcause of poor health, others want of luck, but the majority from deticien grit -- want of nerve. They are nervous. irresolute, changeaoie, easily gel the blues and "take the spirits down to keep the spirits up, thus wasting money time, opiortunity and nerve force There is nothing liko the Restorative Nervine, discovered by tho great 8ecial-ist- , Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, tke blues, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria. Trial Itof.lles and the look of testimonials, free. U. A. Wall' 1 a 1 "The great tonic, appetizer and liver roguiator." Dr. Henley's English Dandelion Tonic. E. D. T. h n everywhere. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Mary Smith, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with CHATTEL MOKTtiAtiK The last train returning leaves Hot Springs 0:40 p. m. (Jet your tickets at ollice in Reed hotel building. Passengers destined tothe prominent cities east of the Missouri river should patronize tho Chicago, Union Paeitic ,V lino. Magnilioe::t Pullman and Wagner sleeping cars, elegant Pullman and dining ears, free reclining chair cars, handsome day coaches and comfortable Pullman colonist sleepers. ering, dropsy, etc, His Restorative Nervue cures headache, fits, etc. lie r-t- ft.. Laiuks: We are closing our Spring Jackets at $2.50 each. Former prices $2 90 to $6. igher priced jackets at 1 1 same ratio. Yours anxious to please, I. L. Ci.ark & Sons. IMTOUTANT Dims TO EVERY MAN. WOMAN AND CHILD IX UTAH. of Hie Eve, Ear, Nose, Throat, The iild siir.Tcim .mil pxamimiiff physician of "The I. ieliiu Siitncal Institute ml Vi'erlil of Kansas .City ami 8nn Krnncisc.i ill t (Vdcn anil liHve otlices Ht tlie Broom hi. lei. Feb. 2S hihI ili, at ('lift ho ist. Salt Lako, Krl. 21 ami i lsu. Tlii will Iw a rare chaucj for tlie pmiplnof Utah to eousuh fro wifli tlu olilest ami must anrcifewfitl California miecialiut who has hail nearly tlfty years si ecial practio, having tfiaihuite'l111in 14:1. KemnnhtT the oil all liimnelf. Or. Lii'li it loctnrw illvit.it, Co. of Sim Francisco aro the only reliab'n siMciaists from the lariro nliew vt.hi visit litah ir.iarterly, wlm tnat all wanting anil annnyio ; clinmic (JuiHases of mu, wumru aud rhililrej ami tli only lvic aiei Ueforunty manufa" tnrera who vimiI Utali Irum San iraucioeotit Vii-i- Kaunas Ctty.