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h4V Jl'XE OGDES DAILY COMMERCIAL! Tl O Ci M 0:U T. D. G. MeGlNLEV HiXjisur jrSI BW CO., SOT Gents' Furnisliings, Hats, AND FINE SHOES. 322 Twenty-Fift- Street. h HARDWARE! HAKDWA B El BUYERS WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT Tlic Jewel (iram CALL EARLY. 360 24th Street. While there look at our Peninsu lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. mmi hew RICKEI'S UNDERTAKING & oi PARLORS. I carry the Iirffeat, most complete avud -- Want tuck tif FUNERAL FURNISHINGS CASKETS 1 Embalming Wwt of Chicago. Stmch eou1octv1 at oar Parlor when dMired. PARLORS. of bodU or atupoMot a specialty. KKHKYB UNDKBTAIUNU THE FINEST IIKAKSE IN UTAH. 2263 Washington Avenue. Telephone 207. J UNCTION CITY MACHINE WORKS, W. K. HOLLAND, Proprietor, Practical Founder and Machinist. IW1M Tweuty ibtr tt. Wall and Llnooln. Daalar In Bteam Bugtnaa Bolton, Psmpa, Ktc, I will Inrulih and erect Healer, and Machinery by oontrac and do my work n the beat manner. lrlut promptly attended tn at .hop. aaoblue wo and Infttio-Boltor- 0n ri WE NEED EOOM! And to get it our Refrigerators Must Go. If you are in want of one Refrigerators Relrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigetators Refrigerators Refrigerators Refrigerators that that that that that that that that sold sold sold sold sold sold sold sold for $36.00, Now at $27.00 for 28.00, Now at 21.00 for 26.00, Now at 19.00 for 24.40, Now at 18.30 for 2200, Now at for 16.40, Now at 12.30 for 14.60, Now at 10.80 Now at for 7.20 16-5- IO-O- These are Honest Prices and will Sell with a Rush. The Celebrated "NORTH STAR" has no compeer. It is a Full Hardwood, Non-fille- Dry-ai- r i Will a tatlvkawl ARTIFICIAL. WINGS, SOARING lt. Taj flag i,... i . it a Mar lj. aT IIMT1 wi aU d, Retngerator This is the Opportunity of the Season! il mi WU1 aw mm a Mm who had ofta hoard bum aad rraeu, bared kuaa perfectly, aaaaaai ate. how to aI.Uf (ka MT. that ha was a aiwat pter nft that uu . aad ha bofca-- aa will jret learn now to y. Pro- - ! U-- tnri al triumph hardly taoene. : . . I gtf. tawtry of t tawftrav. credit ia thoawdaya. tocian institution, au declared in an If llaaw Marla I iree delivered before the ct attrnuioe Academy of Srimosa TbM JUjfLt to eitra..rtliiaarT iia,!it fir mmek wWMBwal w Ihwahwn ' winch .uoiVJ the cafard mi law word. who nop thai in an kind will eume day Hi nwiarhia rwanablwd eaaafwlly pre-enaliUat secure domaui in the element of birda, pared eaaayv delirre4 rapidity aad aoaaa waad af liiM?raaiiw- fast a it ha already done, tbanka to trolnuon of obmariiM boat and diring of tha orator , full real, in that of fisha The an.1 Ucihtr in f.l.j!Lt t:.' sd scientist referred to mmm axe iecce that the oontriTanoa of the fnture for aerial navigation would be on the speakerare Appropriate mm more phaaw kite principle. wise a torrent of uawMij -- rTf.U of The air ijBBr lu ncy which have not been recognised Then tha aWflfjatacat or tn.- hitherto. There is no troth in the popu- count for very much. A apoech t,.t lar conception that a body heavier than fiowa ob like rope unwound from a cylthe atmosphere cannot be suspended in inder ia not a good one. Again, to be that medium without motion. A kite aamaaaful a speech must ba enl:v,i,.! of sticks and paper ia much heavier than with anecdotes or humor. People can the fluid which it displaces, bat it is susread for solid instruction, but a tained alcft You can find an example always speaker muat amuse and pleae platform much more striking, however, in the rather than teach. Ueotlaman'i Mageagle or the frigate bird, which, though azine. V. an animal of considerable weight, reA awiart aaaaj Mlw mains poised in the sky npon extended "There are pretty smart people travelpiuious motionless for hours together, so that a telescope may be trained on it ing nowadays," remarked a Hibernian Thousands of feet above the earth it is driver of a Fourth avenue car a few days sustained without movement of a feath- ago, "and we carmen now and then r ; er, though iu a rarefied atmosphere. some of them. A young fellow with caff This is possible because the suspended on his shoe boarded my car at Twenty-thirstreet. Ua carried a grip, and I put fowl has an instinctive knowledge of the way in which to utilise the air currents him down as a matter of fart burine for its support When man has learned man. He was in a hurry, and says be: how this can be done he will be able to 'Lay your whip on those horses; I'm fly. The most advanced investigators in going to Hartford, and want to get to this subject reject the balloon and all the 1, rand Central station in five minother such lifting devices as impracti- utes.' He spoke in such a commanding cable; a gas lighter than air can never way that I asked him who he was. 'I'm be safely confined within a receptacle the first vice president of this road, old that is not weighty, and the same objec- man,' says be, 'and 1 want you to obey tion applies to a vacuum. mj' order.' Without further ceremony ballooning today is about where it I got my horses into a lively trot, and the avenue must have thought was when it was first invented, and in the nature of things it never get much that the car had an electric motor a further. Aluminum is light for a metal, well as the horses. "In the space of a few minutes I w; but it is several times too heavy to be successfully utilized for such purposes. at the station, and I hoped my passeng. r would put a quarter in my hand for my Pray, what has become of those aluminum trains of cars that were to be run obedience. Well, sir, that young man through the air from Chicago to New jumped from the platform, and after ba did so he turned around, made an often York at sixty minutes the trip? sive gesture with his hand, and said LESSON'S FROM BIRDS. There is a school of flying machine in- 'Old man, you can now drive to tin ventors who may be designated as the devil.' I was greatly annoyed at the trick, "flappers," inasmuch as their idea is to and would have punished him for hi im sustain their contrivances by the flap- position but for his outdistancing me. think he was an actor who was late for ping of birdliko wings. But they doubtless forget that tho best flyers among his train. New York Times. birds do not support themselves by flapGlImpMfl Itaehward. ping. On tho contrary, they only resort Through that long dark stretch of a to that performance when it is necessary thousand years lying between the Fifth for a start The eagle, if launching himself from and Fifteenth centuries the greatest level ground, is obliged to take quite a luxuries were books. So costly were run first; then, flapping his wings with they that it was next to impossible for a violent muscular effort which he couM any but the richest to procure such exnot keep up for long, he gains a suffi- pensive treasures, the mores the pity, cient altitude to render it possible for since but inches of information, so to him to strike along the plane of an air speak, remain to tell the story of their worth and the talo of wonderful (garcurrent which holds him up. niture, both binding and ornamentation from with Floating librating pinions one air current to another, he is lifted, revealing the peculiarly rich and varied with an occasional broad sweep of his handicraft then in vogue. Much of the transcribing of the period powerful wings, to the upper aerial rewas done by residents of religious gions, where ho simply floats, opposing to each movement of the suspended houses; boards of hard wood, over which ether the gentle force necessary to main- leather was stretched, inclosed these precious treasures, and further protec tain him in his stationary position. Ihese principles which the eagle ap- tion by metallic corner pieces and massive clasps preserved the leaves from plies for purposes of flight are perfectly understood in the theory of mechanics. Literary treasures intended for royal It is only necessary to adapt them with suitable apparatus in order to give to households and ecclesiastical dimitaries, human beings like powers. True, the and copies for churches and monasteries bird is lighter in proportion to its size had side casings of ivory on which apthan is man; its bones axe hollow and propriate subjects were carvedandin silver, otherof quaint fretwork pattern, filled with warm air from the lungs. by the But the difference in this respect is wise distinctively honoredstudded with of gold plaques, not very material, and it may easily be and jewels. Both sets and single compensated for by bigger wings. Pow- gems in er to flap them is not what is required, volumes were carefully incased boxes were the brilliant inasmuch as the start can be made from no less expensive than a height; what is wanted is the knowl- bindings. Harper's Bazar. edge which inherited experience "inMuseum. Bend Him to stinct" has given the fowl as to how to has a curiosity in horse City Valley to adapt the angles of the wings the air flesh that is simply astonishing, H. J. currents. Hamlin, one of our horse dealers, shipMACHINE. A PRACTICABLE in from Montana a car of horaea, or This is precisely what Professor Lang-le- ped In as they are better known. has been experimenting with. What broncos, this lot was one that he could not sell, he is attempting is to produce a machine owing to the fact that he had none to adapted to flotation upon the air cur- mate him. He is a sorrel, stands fully rents like a kite. You can find a very 19 hands, or 6 ft. 4 in., from floor to simple illustration of the principle he is withers; his legs are 3 ft. 6 in. before working on in the trick done with playtouching the body, and a sinaU .bronco ing cards by the prestidigitator Herr- can 6 easily walk under mann, who throws them from the stage feet in height can't see over his back, into the highest gallery of the biggest when standing on tiptoe. In length theater in the United States, distributing even or seventeen thirteen them one after another among the he is fully of nose feet, of tail. When to feet from tip tip How select of does circle. that "gods" standing with his head as ordinarily he do it? checked up a six foot man by standing Simply by skillfully utilizing the air the base of the currents. The scrap of pastboard is on tiptoe can just touch is the heavier than the atmosphere, but, ju- ear. "Hamlin's Elephant" Louis cogno- t. men he is known by. St diciously projected, it mounts to a great height and distance with very little force. It would stay up, too, even if Similarity of Quail and llarnjard Fowl. thrown outdoors, supposing that it posThe quail is in some respects the most sessed the intelligence necessary to ac- interesting of the gallinaceous family, commodate its surface to the winds. as all rooster and hen birds are called. What can be done in this way may be The young are very much like the grouse accomplished on a larger 6cale. Lest chicks, except in size, and indeed the this proposition be disputed it will be adult quail is only about as large as the sufficient to refer to a flying machine average chick of the barnpatented in Australia. It weighs alto- yard. Their seeming trustfulness in gether nineteen pounds, and its back- man and their inclination st times to bone is a long copper cylinder two inches mingle with their big conuins near farm in diameter, tilled with compressed air. houses, make them universal favorites. The compressed air supplies power for a Pittsburg Dispatch. small engine weighing ten pounds, at Dime SnrV and Street Car Farea. the rear end of the cylinder, which Brother Tom For heaveu's sake, Lil, works a fan propeller. To the backbone on either side is at lend me a dime. Sister Lil I was jnst goinRto ask you tached a gnat wing of light matenal, so that the whole apparatus resembles a for two dimes. Where's your money? Brother Tom lu that internal patent big butterfly with two fans for a till This contrivance has been made to fly afe. and it won't otieu until I've put iu another ten cent r hariaontallv DM feet. Of course it Lil -- Same here. Mine won't onlv a bBritniinS, but all the same hert ia the nearest approach to the practicable deliver for less thau two dimes, Both get out and walk. -- Pittsburg flying machine of the future thus far at Bulletin. tained. Washington Star. t w ..w.i DON'T MISS IT ! These Prices will hold until we have'got our required space. Come Early. THE FAIR Importers, Jobbers and Retailers, : : ANNIVERSARY OF "UwWMMpilioaMla. ' ml n 115th Tin: DECLARATION OF- - INDEPENDENCE! Ogden, Utah Will be fittingly and appropriately celebrated by the citizens of OgdCh on the 4th of July next, as it should be. We will all want a holiday that day so as to dress in our BEST BIB AND TUCKER And do honor to those grand OLD men who by their signature to this document gave to the people of these states their freedom. Some of you will want a new suit, others a pair of shoes, others a new hat, shirt, tie or something in wearing apparel you don't happen to have. Now those of you contemplating purchasing some of these goods will iind it to be to your advantage to call on THE GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE, 2410 WASHINGTON AVENUE, y Globe-Democra- and 2445 Washington Avenue, IK.th fniU. irrftAftah 2443 THE T-- - MaWted d Funeital Directors and Kmbalmei s. W BY FLAPPING BUT BV Mm hwfrm weighed ku . OQUEN, UTAH : II. awilif MAN WILL H.Y 16. 1891 piece-Siste- And inspect their stock whicn comprises the choicest lines In connection with the above goods, you in each department. will also find an "A No. 1," line of underwear in all colors, qualities and weights. Prices on all goods have been greatly reduced so as to-- be able to" dispose of as much "goods in as little time as possible. The Proprietors of POLDEXT VjOLDEiN 1 CLTH1NG HOUSE are LOEB OME ONE. COME ALL. A T & MYER. 1 J .I J t COME ONE. COME ALL.