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03 DEN At Mm The Hsu. BacutW dv atot 1b any aente ptUuBcvtikai bet after r HUin' La Harpe, tb bud. ud tbe sumUr midLmat U ether fnecie, ber sympexbias wer toe trocf fg bet diplor&acT, a&d itfred-r"- y of tbe i?ot-tlot(cU Into tie It was well kaovB thai U emperor regarded 43 who west then m hi ftrvwrow, a&d tLu yoocf and tnfwwil woman donrted to feel the tuU ts tcrnes U kii pttry d fj'mcrc Wt csfiot trace bare the tadietita cf bar Taxied career, the miifortMS U Us miaistsrinf tatber to vhota she atfel. tis Ium of bet hnabaod fortune ax.4 Ler own, the years of wandarUii arid tula, the second period of brief and illusive prosperity, a&d the swift reverses which Ved to ber final retreat She At the bright of ber fame in the early day. of the Restoration, when bar salt rii tu m iu old brilliancy. READ THIS OFFER u4 Was a eeuter ia whieh all partus mrt on neutral ground, lier intimate relation with those in power gar it a strong political Influence, bat this vu never a marked feature, a it vat mainly personal. But the position in which ou it moat inclined to recall Mma. Recamier U in Bou, where, the convent of Abbaye-adivested of fortune and living in the simplest manner, the preserved for nearly thirty yean the fading traditions of the old ealous. Throogh ail the changes which tried her fortitude and revealed the latent heroism of her character, aha seeins to have kept her tweet aerenity unbroken, bending to the passing atonna with the grace of a facile nature, but ever murmuring at the inevitable. One may find in thia inflexible strength and gentleness of temper a clew to the tubtle fascination which held the devoted friendship of to many gifted men and Weinen long after the fresh charm of youth waa gone. Amelia tier Mason In Century. ui Behavior at TaM. Keep tout month closed when eating. Never play with food, nor mince your bread, nor handle your knife and fork or the glass or silver near you unnecessarily. If a fishbone, etc, should inad vertently get into the mouth, the lips must be covered with the napkin while removing it Never pick your teeth at the table. Do not put largo pieces of food in your mouth; if you are addressed when your mouth ia to filled, yon are obliged to pause before answering until the vaht mouthful is masticated, or ran the risk of choking by swallowing it too hastily. To eat very fast is a mark of frreediness, and should be avoided. Never soak up gravy with bread or scrape your plate. Never, if possible, cough or ineeze at the table. Do not lean back In your chair. The hostess or host should not insist upon guests partaking of particular dishes, nor ask persona more than once, nor put anything on their plates which they have declined. It it ill bred to urge a person to eat anything after he has declined. A half ladlef ul of soup ia enough to serve, unless it is a country dinner, where a full ladleful may be given; but do not fill the soup plate. Avoid the appearance of self engrossment when eating, unless yon wish to be considered entirely devoted to your food. Never overload the plate of a guest or any person you would serve. If you are to serve anything of which the supply ia limited, use discretion that all may enjoy some of it Mrs. 3. U. Snider in Housekeepers' Weekly. Properties of Aluminum. Before dealing with the many processes now in the field for the cheap production of aluminum, we may briefly glance at the properties and special char acteristics of the metal under consideration. Aluminum has a white silver like appearance, is both malleable and ductile, and from its sonorous properties is mucli used in the manufacture of bells. An exceedingly important feature is it lightness, a property which favors its employment for many special purposes Aluminum has a specific gravity of only 2.C6 that is, is two and a half times as heavy as water, and is four times lighter than silver. Heat and electricity are conducted by aluminum as well as by silver, while it does not oxidize in air even at red heat, has no action on water at ordinary temperature, and preserves its luster where silver would tarnish, being thus specially remarkable as the lightest metal capable of resisting the action of air even in the presence of moisture. Chambers' Journal. Buy your Groceries where you can get the Worth of Your Money and a Prize each month worth from $3.50 to ? un :a wortn 01 rurcnases, the "Late ot oenera saerman, wortn 74.50. a give Compendium ot Cooking, worm 73.50. pedia, worth 75 00, and also a cnar.ee in a arawing lor a fine $15 ciocic, there being one cjock tor every nity dooks. We Sell our Groceries at the LOWEST PRICES, and these Prizes are a Clear Gain to our Customers. 15-0- Quite an Every Day A flair. One of the Rescuing Party My man, you have had a miraculous escape! Blown fifty feet through the air and then piled Tinder 500 tons of brick and mortar. You don't seem to realize your good luck; just as cool as a cucumber. The Survivor (calmly) I don't mind a little thing like this. Yon see, boys, I married red hair and a temper. Pitts burg Bulletin. It. Haven't you run a pretty long Long and Short of Tailor account here, sir? Wentman I don't know. home I've run confoundedly American Uro&w- - But at shor- t- v With ever)' Ten Dollars in Groceries bought of us we itn a 525 00 purchase we give the "The People's Encyclo- - Telephone No. 83. THOMAS BROTHERS, Corner Grant and Twenty- Fourth Streets. Z. C. M. I. Z. C. M. I. Z. C. M. I. - Havo Ifllesrnut Linos of Have a Large Assortment of Ladies' Gloves, Persian Alnlls, Parasols and Dimities and Grenadines. Ians, Ladies' Shoes, Misses' Shoes, Children's Shoes. "WATSON, Manager. -- have been saved by Chsmberlaib's Colic, Cholera and liarrhu-- a liumtxiy, or who have been cured of chronic diurrhipa by it Such persons take special pleasure in recommending the remedy to others. The prsiae that follows the introduction and use tuadee it very popular. 2T and M cent bottle for sale by W. Driver A boa and all leading druggists. T. A. CoUingham, M. Ii. DltOZIWWITZ THE DIAMONDS, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties of every descripDiamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. : tion. - T, Remember the auction sale of dia monds, watches and jewelry at E. Stelers 276 Twentv-riftstreet Uoods must be sold regard lees of price to satisfy mort W. V. liKLFRicH, Mortgagee. gage. Do you want a tyjiewriter? If so, don't rail to see the rvew international Model of 1891. h On Twenty-fiftStreet Luke's Knitting Factory sells a suit TO : OGDEN, UTAn E. FRIEDERICH. BKOW2ST1NG Washington Avenue, CVden 2-t- BHOTHERS. , 155 Main St. Salt Lake Oitv- - gAFETY JglCYOLES! A Good Thing For the Grippe. A recent number of the Albuquerque, X. M., Daily Citizen, contains the follow- - Lots, Lots, Lots. Lots at $5 tier month and work re ceived on payment A. J. Ckopsey, r ive fomts. as 1 Sunday 9 to U s. m. Office over Postoftloe. No. 321 Twenty-fourt- Street h lit 1SABY OUTFIT COMPLETE! Children's IJonnets, Dresses, Aprons, Underwear! THE BAZAAR Corner 24th arid Grant. CONSOLIDATED IMPLEMENT COMPANY lie Vehicles a Specialty ....AND.... SELL CHEAP FOE CASE Mfn' thirty-inc- Mens Mbu's Sixe. h ' ' Lint Price. Our Price. Lint Trice. Our Prto. I tooth". Sim fMneh, Sft.iw 4JuUbl com bearings $45.00 UiM wheels, ailjustable, cope boaririira. Ho.OOi ftWneh. 85.00 25.00 .00 Hoys Siie, sUjusUble eooe beanocs wheels, ball boariw to both wbwU.. 64. J0 Also flirU' Triopclos, all sue. and price. baU bearing, to wueols and pedal. . . W.UO Cameras, which are the Only First have just received some Kodik OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IS FREE TO ALL. Class Amature Camera made. trWe Y T 9 o v V ' The above named doctors are regular graduates and have permanently opened ot various specialties. Having had advantages from the leading Hospitals and Specialists of the East feel confident in assuring the public that all advantages will be given cases equal to Eastern Specialists. offices for oonsullation and practice Headquarters for ART NEEDLEWORK MATERIALS. WEIlAVlSACAttLOADOK ing editoriul: Several persons highly rec ommend Chamberlain's Cough Itemed)s a reuiedv for the grip, now so preva lent E. W. Kilbourne, the county sur veyor, eays a bottle of this remedy gave him relief. This medicine is prepared by Chamberlain & Co., DesMoiues, la., and it is having a big sale in this city. For sale by Driver & Son and all leading druggikta Catarrh. Disease of Genito Urinary OrDiseases of Rectum, gansviz piles, fistula and fissures treated without operation. Cancers removed without the knife. liNOW A STORE, TEST IT! Grand Opera House BuiMin&l 2516 Washington Avenne. of street 2163 WASHINGTON AYE. fottinKhain, M. Diseases peculiar to Women. All forms of I want you to buy. If you buy once you will buy again, because I HAVE THE LARGEST and BEST ASSORTED STOCTTof GROCERIES, CANDIES and CIGARS in Ogden. The most attractive to look at, the njost considerate of your purse. underwear for one dollar. A Man can buy nn overehirt at Luke's Knitting Factory for 25 cents. 326 Twenty-Hft- O. Antiseptic Surgery in all iU departments. The "KOCH LYMPH" treatment for I uberculueia. Microeoopic&l tjaniinutiona made. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. h The New International typewriter in the only perfect machine nimle. If you Deed a writing machine you should see it. : Diseases of the Ear. Diseases of the Nose. Diseases of the Throat. Diseases of the Chest. Diseases of the Skin. Diseases of the Nervous System. Also Galvanic, Earadic and Static Electricity used, Hour. 1 1 11 a. m. I to 1 p. m. I to p. m. WIMJAM SMITH, 181)1. LOW PHICES. GOOD GOODS. SIGN OF THE BIG CLOCK. Administrator of the estate ot Mary Smith, deceased. Duted at Odgen City, May JEWELERS. CLOCKS, WATCHES, LKA.DI3STG I'.HOH. Jiotice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given by the under-signeadministrator of the estate of Mary Smith, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neoewwry vouchers within four months after the first publication of thit notoioe. to the said administrator at the othoe of R W. Croes, room No. 66 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. it. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Hciity to Loan! Money to loan on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, etc Unredeemed pledgee for and 2U6, Twenty fifth Kt tale cheap. JOHIfcC THE OGDEN SPECIALISTS. Well Merited Praise. In almot every neighborhood there luiee lives is tome una or mure pernios ' Women In the Bank of France. The Bank of France employs a very large number of women as accountants in the classification of bills, in the classification of coupons and in the department of printing and binding. The ladies employed in this category are called dames titulaires. They are paid three francs (sixty cents) a day, and are required to pass a preliminary examination in writing, spelling and arithmetic They must be from eighteen to thirty- five. In the printing office an appren ticeship of two years is required as pamphlet sewers. These women work in the same shop as the men, and are paid at exactly the same rates. After twenty years' service they are retired with a pension of 400 francs ($80). Kec- ommendations from influential persons are requisite for obtaining places in the Eauk of France. New York Sun. ! THOMAS BROTHERS PRIZES! ! L tu revived PRIZES WITH YOUR GROCERIES m pohl-ica- lias crael penecotxaB U d c DAILY COMMERCIAL THURSDAY, JUNE 18. 1891. ' ATTERBURY,DOBSON J. F. BURTON, House. Manager Ogden Houses at Salt Lake Citv, Logan, Milford, and Idaho Falls. & COMPANY i 1 X ARE MAKING LOW PllICES ON Hats, jShirts, Neckwear, Gloves, Suspenders, HandUnderkerchiefs, Collars, Cuffs, Night-shirts- , Umbrellas and Canes. wear, Half-hose, rnTTTlII TTITr Wilson Bros. Suspenders. A TTATTTrnTnT flTTTTifTJPf TATI fto- -l AA :ONLY A FEW LEFT aiterbuIyJdobson German & CO., Bath Robes. leading Hatters and (rents Furnishers. t.