|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
(KJDKN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THl'RSUAY, THE FIGHTS STILL i bnl A Satiuaal The bukiioc uf the World's Kaur ia a city auany tifty tears uU aril be a r but ehethrr it cul .. mj Uc re., t uec: : li. h. dakutery of the ateatiaatine Xenaat bv H M Drrittal rnnrrrss Madr f.r 1 tali Or. Kranklio Mtlaa doubtful. just what the AuancaB people I ui versify. lT ia to t f ( IIM taaaaasMNssMtMHL csav.l.e, s debility. Leuraigia, MAN V of DONATIONS. confusion NEW oiiad el. It acts like a charm. Trial bottle aod hue book oo "Nervous and Heart Datoaaaa," arith taaliaMMiiila free at H A A Hmcrtu Conrrrt la Itr W alkar'a It ia warranted to cue lain do tiiveu At tb lirand Opera morphine or dangerous drugs. Houm- - Suuilay Starlit. Brsmakiax. Mine. Bell, late of Cnicago, 3a Taeo tyaixlh street- - Pirat rlaaa work. Sat Anohw aolhuaiaatic meeting of th lafacttuo guaranteed. axeeuUve board uf tha I'tati L'oiversit.v was held last uufbt t the office uf W.H. Hoy Sea Here! Harvey. Hopurlt of auUcitore w Wa sell the tineat straw hala id the made wlucti ware uf a very euoouratfii g city and give a base ball arith every hat. ebaracter. Mr. Iraraon repurtwl thai Attcbjii'kv, Dobhok A Co J. P. KmnifUuo had tifty mechanic, CITY IX BKIKK. who would work oo the building fur SO Tbeee minaiattd ueot. of thair pay. par Smoke America's Champion five cent of carpenter and bnck M Other cigars. Dew lubecripUooi were reported a folDr. L Lv Mayer baa removed to 2331 lows: Washington avenue. MEW DONATION. the New York Chop Houae and 1 NilTry A.Cook up, on a first chtas meal. 10 ClitrW I Beeauo... Have you been to the New York Chop 10 I; Chriatianaon 10 House siuce the new management. 1. K TNelauu 10 Ndi lfanaen Lilly, Bracket! A (Vl band tewed Anderson l'reeaad Brick Co., I0.UJ0 $7.50 shoe reduced to $5 at Aahby Bros. brick Pilea and rupture Hbaolutely cured by 100 L.K. Rhodes Prof. Henry Crow, Knoui 13,2331 Wanh Thau. Kobiaon, tN president Citi 100 ingtou avenue. zens' bank J. Wealay Hill 1,000 Cabinet photos $1.50 per dozen at 1 llerman I)ahl Kuoma "25, lii aud 27, Newcotub Bros. 1 Charlea Pratt Wright's block. 1 Job. Kooaay Pui-k- , America's tineat and beat publi I toiler Kveletta 10 1 W. C. Carpenter cation, at Mis Mary Coopers, 2313 1 II. Warner Washington avenue. W.H. Shirk i For a tine assortment of trirunied hala 1 H. W. Potter go to Edith Hoffiuan'H l.i Mode. 21211 1 Thoa. Creyhorn W aslungton avenue. A. B. Pattoo 200 Back, Becker A Co., wool merchants, 50 John Hedderman 30 have their otlice with Murks, (ioldsmith W.W.Wattera Jr. Co., Waahington avenue, OgdeD. Total 11,578 J u I v number New York and Paris A il. BENEFIT. Young Ladit' Fashion Baar ut Miss A number of citizens were present and Mary Cooper's, 2113 Washington avenue. requested that a sacred concert be given Sullivan, the card writer formerlv of neit Sunday evening at the Grand ope Cincinnati is in Ogdeu for one week house in the interest of the University onlv. He makes a tqieciultv ot ladies en fund. graved cards. They reported that they had seen the Preshaw A Cm. have received an ele miinairera of the opera house und that gant white funeral car and new stock of they would donate it for that purpose if the committee would pay for the light. funeral furnishings. Everything in their The executive committee endorsed the line aacred concert proposition and the folThere were three specials over the lowing resolution was adopted: Southern Pacific from the west last Retolvtd, That all the ministers, pre night which ran through to Ogden on siding elders and bishops of Ogdeu are the schedule speed of the fast mail. requested to announce the sacred conMines. Kreeser and Evuns fashionable cert at their next Sunday morning ser vices and to lie present at the opera dressmakers late of Denver have oeiied street house with their congregations Sunday their parlors at 796 Twenty-fiftwhere they will lie pleased to see the evening. The price of admission was tlxed at ladies of Ogden. Work guaranteed. St cents, which will go into the Univerliound trip for single fare from all sity fund. Other matters of great ini points in Utah to Ogden over the U. P., txirtanoe were discussed which will soon begiuning July 9, tickets good till and ix ,'iven to the public. including July 13th, account Rep ' 'I MR. HILL'S POSITION. jonvenlion July 10th, and muse meeting lev. J. Wesley Hill staled that ninny July UUtu )i' pie had misunderstood his relatioos nty-- 1 Co to McCartney A. Co., the ' to ine University. He had never acted fifth street I news dealers for as financial agent nor raised funds for it latest, "Moulding a Maiden, mi .. other than subscriptions. He had been tuer and all new literature. The kept busy building the church for San Francisco Chronicle delivered for which he had raised $30,000, and this 05 cents per month. had cost him much trial and sacrifice. Freight Agent Corse reports that the "But now," said Mr. Hill, "with the citizens interested in t he move- Union Pacific is receiving large consignment I shall plunge into the University ments of potatoes and other perishable merchandise from the west en route to enterprise with the same faith and zeal Special trains are and I do not hesitate in saying that vic- points in the east. required to keep the shipments moving. tory will crown our efforts." The meeting adjourned to meet toJ. B. Wheeler, general manager, of the night at 7:30 o'clock. Colorado Midland, passed through Ogyesterday afternoon in his private Ludlow's $5.50 shoes for $3.1)0 at den Mr. Wheeler stated to a Commkk-CIAcar. Aahby Bros. representative that he and his family are on their way to Alaska for a THE VARIOUS COURTS. pleasure trip and shall probably be gone month or two. a Business Continues to be Exception' F. B. Thomee, representing the Michally Light. Fire, Ladder and Engine Co., is in igan The following orders were issued by the city. The proposition which he has to make to the city council is to furnish Judge Miner yesterday: city with a new tire truck and assist In the case of the Pacific Investment the in the disposal of the old one to some order et L. Mitchell H. vs. al., company town which does not have the high withdrawing summons for further ser- buildings which the Ogden department would have to confront in case of fire. vice and amending returns. In the case of Edward A. Reed et al. Free to the Boys. vs. Thomas Bacon et al., order dismissing at cost of plaintiff. base ball with each straw hat. One In the case of Mary J. Leavitt vs. Jos. Attbrburt, Dobson Jk Co. Leavitt order for decree entered. Real Estate Transfers. The Police Record. Furnished by the Hendershot AbSandy Bell was arrested charged with stract office 2111 Washington avenue, assault with a deadly weapon. frr June 17th, 1891: MraEmma Clark was arrested charged G. W. Linck to A. C. Biiihop et al., with drunkenness. of block 1 Dunns addition, $3,750 part was arrested Andy McDonough W. J. Stephens to O Stickler, part of charged with drunkenness. block 1 Woodmansee addition, $750. A. W. Wilson was arrested on a charge T. O. Akers to M. A. Barry, part of of larceny. block 1 Brooklyn addition, $750. W. H. Lever to C. Morning part of Naylor's $5 shoe for $3 hand turn block 3, Rushton addition, $1900. at Ashby Bros. T. Cahoon to M.E.L Stark, lots in Nob Hill addition, $1,000. The World Enriched. T. Cahoon to E. B. Gill lota in Nob The facilities of the present day for the Hill addition, $1,200. production of everything that will conC. Darling to J. W. McJilton, part of duce to the material welfare and comfort of block 23 plat A, $0,875. Total $10,825. of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced We have lately secured the agency for the world wa9 enriched with the only the celebrated Steinway - Sons' pianos. perfect laxative known, as it is the only How is this for a big four? Steinway & remedy which is truly pleasing and re- Sons, Chickering, Decker Bros., and J. & C. Fischer. Call and see us. freshing to the taste and prompt and F. E. Warbkn Mkboantile Co. effectual to cleanse the system gently iu the Spring time or, iu fact, at any time Oat of siffht. and the better it i9 known the more popAs we are going to rent part of our ular it becomes. Btore by July 15th, we will sell about half of ojr tine upright pianos away Wisdom's Violet Cream. on terms. Is the most exquisite preparation in the down, F. easy E. Warren Mercantile Co. world for softening and whitening the hands and face. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills It is not only a substitute for, but in Act on a new principle regulating the every respect superior to glycerine, cold liver, stomach and bowels through the (Team, vaseline and like preparations. Being neither sticky nor greasy kid nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' ufter Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad gloves may lie worn immediately applying it. For gentlemens' use after taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. an without equal. Unequaled for men, women, children. shaving it Btamls 50 doses, 25 mildest, surest! Smallest, Burt A Packard hand sewed $8 shoes cents. Samples free at H. A. Walker. reduced to $5.50 at Ashby Bros. A Man A Han can buv an overshirt at juke's Knitting can buy an overshirt at Luke's Knitting 320 Twenty-fift25 cents. Factory for i". cents. W Twenty fifth Factory for t Vi-l- ' first-clas- A LLAOl E t street. I Ikwi paruaa m mam in pnarreaa Utah thousands of voters buhm ailmd ill larUaa lth thrr of a the groat purttas, and who are bow studying t be quaaOon of national poll r over by tK iB Utah ta entering upon that njag tin cant auatarial and puliUoal progroa which mark its aaaaifaat deal lay, and it t mat eoert voter ball be with tha doctnaaa of tbe Repute a Ui to Ueaa party, ao prugr. rj and rapid deteiopaaaat of the vaaC With a view to the Bora thorough ' :t let mmmn mmmm-'..'- . the teaching of ita duclrina inpart.t.J thi u-- r riturv , the republican dub of Ogden and eber county: L Iovitaaall republican clubs that may be than organ mad, to send ihrw drWalea from each club and a oooven tion of clubs, to meat ia Ogdan at 10 o'clock a m. Fridav, July the loth. ror trie purpose or organizing a tarn torial league. 2. And further invites all republicans in the territory, to meet in a grand rail) and mass meeting; to be held in the (i rand opera houae, in the city of Og den, at 10 o'clock a. in. on tiaturday, the 11th day of July, FkANk J. Cannon, President. C. IL V . Secretary. William H. Harvey, J. S. Painter, R. II. U. Miuty, J. I. Bagley. h. J. t'auuon. Committee ou Arrangeuienta. i Aurliau. auction and - Twenty fifth street If you have iu; thing you wish to turn into caah give ua a call. Partic ular attention paid to selling furniture and Block. Money advanced on consign iiieuta. (i. W. Bell & Co., merchant. (KKAT RACES. Splendid Speed Program at the June tiou City Park. On June 23rd, 24th and 25th, the Junction City Driving Park and Fair Association will regale the people of Ogden and adjacent territory with a great program of races by fast trotting, and running horses. The purses will be liberal and grounds attractive. The nark ia weat of the city, across the river. Here ia the program and its immense: rBOTTiNu 2:45 i.ash; pvrne $300. J. P. si oner.. a i. Denver, enters Don. S. P. H. Rosche, Salt Lake, enters Romero Jr. Gen. Callary, IgRn, enters Dexter. A. G. Bast. Salt I,,.-- enters Incaa. Thus. II. Harris, Salt Lake, enters Miss Foxie. pacing 2:30 OUHk J, D. Mitchell, Salt Lake, enters Elder Lucas. A. M. Pendleton, Salt lake, enters pw-iti- Ldia Allen. A. S. Ken. (all. Salt Lake, enters fliley K. Geo. Edwards, Ogden, enters Mtiggie II. A. D. Carson, Pleasant, Kansas, enters John B. Geo. Burris, Ogden, enters Dolly tk r'uarik writ. . 1 near. naaBiitlee reported ei aid urgi i. t t.aa about uj aarkL Tfca Buaaaarttaa am traaafuruuio re ported that H had asrurad a rate on tbe railroads of oo fare fur the round trip to all poiole arttbta 900 Uiilaa, and pr.4, ablv the aaaMMto for fire nonpar, m as tigoroas. m Tl Lugari hre aaj aaal cot ooaue aa thajr aalabrate at huaoa. hate ooa Uto boy srniftoi the invi d ... u on UUoo to be preaeul about 100 strong The Proo aod Salt Lake City oompaatoa will rafaably be praaact. The foot ball club of the t'apitai baa chal langed the Ogdao el no aud the match game will probaMy lie here oo the Fourt. The oommittoe on uiuaie was autliur iaed to aasaanj tk city banda. A rate ofSOoaotopar eoople aill for the pavilion dance in the evening. The oommittoa on dancing apamted a suboouimittee uf Chapman, Conlidge and Hayes to let ountracta tor refresh aieoto at the park. The oommittoa on decoration report ed that a lantaaa showed that nearly all the buaineaa men aill decorate their houeae. The pavilion arUI be nicely or uameotod for the dam. II. W. Itli'odee and Fred Shialla were added to the de ooration oommittee. The committee oo schools reported that the children will be ready to die play. Fred Cook, of Five Points, was added to the oommittoa on fantastic. The reception oooimitlee is ready to entertain visitors. The fireworks were shipped on the l'.'tli. Mr. Dick Mc Carty will be mounted to fire thew n itli it tional aalute. The oouncil will the reception oommittee. The neit meeting will be at the may or 'a office on Tuesday evening at H o'clock, and all committees are urged to lie there with a good report. The City Schools. The public schools of the city will close for the year on Friday, the 10th, with special exercises in all the depart meets. The examinations will close to day. They have been generally astis factory, in some rooms being decidedly meritorous, and all rooms having bright examples. On Twenty-Fift- Street h Luke's Knitting Factory sells a suit of underwear for one dollar. tbotti.no 2:28 CLASS. Salt Lake, enters Denny Ryan. P. Stoneroail, Denver, enters BelleJ Lee, Ogden, enters Byron Smith, ('has. Whitmore, Salt Lake, enter Oti.o. Thos. Harris, Salt Lake, enters Mem brino Thome. J. B. Ranier, Salt "Lake, enters Jim McCord. J. pacino 2:22 D. Mitchell, Lucas. Geo. Brown. J. A. purse $300. Salt Lake, enters Elder Ogden, enters Burris, Fitzgerald, Salt Pomp. A. D. Carson, Pleasant, Kansas, enters E. W. S. A. D. Carson, Pleasant, Kansas, enters John Hazard. trotting 2:23 J. P. Honeroad, class; & TROTTING o AND PACING. Stone, Ogden, enters, Some of our friends in the trade are a little tired of the Min- Mam-brin- Zeimer m - pvk.sk $400. Denver, enters " Gasoline Stove business we understand. They have the wrong sort- It does not take an orator to sell "Danglers." nie's Almont. Henry Yerkee, Denver, enters Belle J. Alex Lewis, Butte, enters Contractor. (jr. W. Heckler, Denver, enters Belle. pacing 2:18 class; pcrse $400. J. A. Fitzgerald, Salt Lake, enters Pomp. P. H. Rosche, Salt Lake, enters Don Angus. A. G. Rysdale, Salt Lake, enters Tom Linderman. W. D. Womack, Denver, enters Fred W. NAMED RACE mi .t ne weatner win necessitate your buying a Gasoline and it will Stove very soon - i a attar. . ,wt ij5 10 not pay you Duy one tiiuti you have seen the Genuine Danglers." I Dolly Lake, enters "Stone-niont.- " Geo. Edwards, Ogden, enters, Maggie B. F. Gorr, Ogden, enters, Mormon Boy. L. C. Lee, Ogden, enters. Prince. Geo. Higby, Hooper, enters. Hooper. N. Richardson, Ogden, enters, Sollie. A. Z. Washburn, Ogden, enters, Sport. "Where Ignorance is Bliss Tis Folly to be Wise." t S. C. Ewring, T. Clothier, Hatter 8 Furnisher! farutTaaCbaynaouu Brown. L C. WM. HAKCOMBE, . ag au pro-fle- d Ctufcraaai wiu ll.luraer. TLa y ta tat ur of poakuag dagmai to a pfMMUB to ' 18, 1891. ItlK CfcLLbiail... CLllfe. ltfm all far a Ik tV I'swcttsatv To the lUaabhr a of Utah Termor? We might as well say a word or two about Refrigerators also, listen: We have the best Refrigerator, and if our prices are not the lowest, pass us by. A dry goods store is not supposed (o know anything about clothing, not more than a butcher would. It certainly would be a sad mistake if you would step into a meat market and ask the sturdy manipulator of the cleaver what was the latest style of clothing. He would tell you to go to a clothing st o re, where pi ;ople are posted on such things, and find out. Therefor , if you want late styles, dependable materials and honest workmanship, go to a reliable clothing store. Let us remind you of our stock. In addition to our stock of exclusive novelties, line materials, beautiful styles in both suits and lone pants, We are ottering them, during this gigantic clearing sale at prices lower than was ever named on the same class of goods in "Utah. Any person possessed of the least bit of practical wisdom can grasp it at a glance. We want your Trade, we are anxious to quote you rrices, we can nil your orders complete. What more can we do? If you haven't seen our New Store yet, call today, i i its worth the while. 2441, 2447, 2449, In addition to the above entries over twenty running horses will be entered for the meeting, which entries will close the night before the races. Wash. Ave. at Wholesale. N. F3 A- street. o JVSt WM. HARCOMBE, ONB ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasan and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation permanently. For sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all druggist.'. CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. ) SAN MNGISCO, CAL,r louwiui, nr. row. n.t. Baking Powder iding, f'rearn of Tartar Powder Superior t" every other known. Used in Millions of Homes 40 VetTS the Standard. A e Delirious Crke and Pastry, Light Klaky Biscuit, Cridtlle Cakes, Palatable and Wholesome. Mo other baking jkiwder does tuck work. 2473-47- 5 Oo ui FiiniK m WASHINGTON AVENUE.