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tKJDfcX DA1LT COMMERCIAL: SATURDAY, JULY a Frtijlt in Tramp Ena Over Yards. the I ckn Depot Yesterday iixicg at about i.5 m a FJo Grand Western freight train ate aaiuLing in front of tha union dpot, a Eian who gave tis tiama aa Peier fehort. of U'orcobLpf, Mii attempted to buwd tha train. IU tvA beneath tka ears and of tku ki cu dragged tba before b waa discovered and tL tnun could ba atoppei. Whffl laka out from under tba ear the man waa found to be horribly mangled. There vera ruta and bruiae about tba Lead, shoulders and hipa. TLe Wft arm was Ladly shattered and the left foot crushed. In fact he waa more dead than aura. tj A. kth to A eijfti meant fact in connection with the areident ia that Depot Master picked A upckHiS who was picked ibd-vidu- al cam! Cm cp on the be&ch Tfcsr-daeTeiuni aci rua in at a rectur was iia tr.J a before en able Must be seen to be appreciated STEALS 'MlNAJTOi Court Pulk TOPES THE WHEELS. SO? y Pa yesterday, cipiua just wby be t.1- - r ii 1 I 11VU1U A took around carried a kit of burg-ar'- a ia bk pocket while out alkie? of evento the gravd ing, so Li bcoor cent turn pit for tefcty day. Anotber laraa was given tea days. 1591. Caiman JoJo up a bottle of alcohol hear the plaoe A Good Thin?u For the GricDe. .. Wa tha accident occurred. Aa waa aeot for aud the uufoituu-at- e man sent to the Union Pacific hos- X. M-- , Daily Citizen, contains the followpital, but the physician declined to re- ing editorial: beveral persons highly Chamberlain's Cough liemedy ceive him, aa be waa not an employe of as a remedy for the grip, now bo preva the Union Pacific vt . miuouroe, me ooumy surThe county physician waa sent for but lent, declined to have anything to do with veyor, says a bottle of this remedy gave the case and tin filly after lying four houra nim reuer. xuia meuicioe ia prepureu and a half in the ambulance waiting for the question of jurisdiction to be aetlled and it is having a big sale in this city. and other red tape to be cut the injured For sale by Driver i. Son and all leading man found a reeling place and attention druggists. at the city hospital. Railroad Soles. The delay, whether unavoidable or not and By the change which has been made madetheaaynuch more difficult seriously lessens the chanoet of recovery. in the weight of the rails in the street The city physician has made the man aa comfortable aa possible and under the car tracks it is now possible for freight care of the steward of tha hospital be cars to be run directly from the yards to mav recover. any part of tha city by the street car he man is a tramp and a stranger line. but that is scarcely a reason wby four Superintendents. IL Bancroft re hours and a half should have elapsed turned from Salt Lake yesterday morn after the accident before he received any ing. C. E. Wurtelleof the Union Pacific, medical attention. went east in a special car to Evaneion There has been a special prize ar- yesterday. ranged for the lady who donates the Notice of Sale. handsomest dreaeed doll for the UniverThe following described property, sity Fair. 15,000 feet more or less, Texas pine lumA Business for Sale. ber, shipped from Kildare, Texas, July I will sell my grow ry business at 2180 9th, lS'JO consigned J. S. Mayfield.CWen, ashington avenue, including a etocK Utah, remaining undelivered will on of fresh groceries and a lease of but 175 Friday, July 10, 18yi, at 2 o'clock p. m. a month for two stories, for one half cash at Rio Grande Western freight house be and the other half in clear Ogden real sold at public auction to the highest estate. Ur all cash, 10 per cent off of bidder. Terms of sale cash. Dated at J. It Krkpf.r, Koh.v. Ogden June 10, 179L invoice, lesa freight. Agent 11 G. W. Ry. Imported soaps and perfumes at Root Ladies toilet requisites a specitlty at Central Prescription Drug btore, corRoot's Central Prescription Drug Store, and Grant. ner Twenty-fourtand Grant. corner Twenty-fourtWollstein & Company. Advice. Timely The new wholesale liquor house of T, Now is the time to provide yourself Wollstein & Co., located at 210G Wash and family with a reliable remedy for ington avenue, is a branch of a very ex bowel complaints. It is almost certain msive business institution in that line. to be needed, and no family can afford but a trifle It has put a large stock of the best to be without it It costs brands into its very convenient rooms, and may be the means of saving much which are well fitted up, and the trade suffering, if not life. There are many will hnd this one of Ugden a lire and different remedies in use, but Chambertiorough-goinjobbing hi uses. I' a lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea stock will include the best brands of ale Remedy is undoubtedly the beet. 25 and wine. For additional information and 50 cent bottles for sale by W. D. consult the card of the house found in Driver Jt Son, and all leading druggists. this paper. Notice. All parties who have given an order SCIENTIFIC SURGERY for an enlarged portait to the Enterprise Co. agent will please send correct Performed at the Broom Hotel A soap name and address at once to the EnDelicate Operation. terprise Soap Co. 171 South 3 east Salt Mr. James M. Wade, who resides seven Lake City. miles north of Ugden on the motor line, For Pure Liquors, accompanied by his little son Malvern fine old wines and whiskies call on T, Wade, aged twelve years, visited The Wollstein & Co., the newly opened fam Commercial office yesterday afternoon ily liquor house. Country orders given Correspondence soand displayed the results of a delicate prompt attention. and highly successful surgical operation licited 2406 Washington avenue. performed by Dr. William Windsor, LL If your wife does your cooking, kindly B., the phrenologist and his corps of sur take her with you and take your supper geons now located at the uroom notei. at the I'avuion tcmignt. The operation was performed last Tuesday, and consisted in straightening both Mcney to Loan! eyes of the boy, which had been crossed to loan on Diamonds, Watches, Money ever since he was two years old. No etc. Unredeemed pledgee for chloroform was used, and the operation Jewelry, sale cheap. 204 and 206, Twenty-fift- h St less than in the case of each eye lasted Drozdowitz Bros. a minute after elaborate preparations had been made, and was comparatively Electric cars are not running yet, but painless. Mr. Wade and family are it is only two blocks from Washington deeply grateful to Professor Windsor avenue to the Pavilion. for the brilliant results of the skill of himself and his gentlemanly and effThat Languid Feeling1 icient surgeons. lie remarked with fervor will leave you as soon as the kidneys are son's his not have eyes that he would in good working order. The cele returned to their deformity for live hun- put brated Oregon Kidney Tea never fails to dred dollars. The little fellow's eyes do the work, lake it according to di are now ns hfnrl.Tome and straight as rections. anybody's and his sight is greatly improved, as heretofore he has been comBuy the "Common Sense" Trunk sold pelled to use his eyes alternately. Prof. everywhere. First premium at WisconWindsor continues to be overwhelmed sin state fair, 1890. . with work at the Broom hotel, and has of 25th prolonged his stay until the Notlco to Creditors. only July. lie lectures tonight to men"Manis Notice hereby given by the under at his hall in the Boyle block, on of the estate of hood and Matrimony." Admission free signed, administrators Henry Ganguere, deceased in Utah Ter to all. ritory, to tae creditors of and all persons Grand opera perfume the most ele- having claims against the said deceased exhibit them with the necessary gant and refined handkerchief odor in to the market at Root Central Prescription vouchers within four months after the notice, to the Drug Store corner Twenty fourth and first publication of atthis his office 6 and 7 said administrator Grant. First National Bank building, Ogden, Only $75 per lot in installments of $1 Utah, the same being the place for the per week in Rex Place on street car line. transaction of business of the said estate for Utah Territory. Kelly, Ille & Co. M. V. Gilbert, 24H Washington avenue. of the estate of Henry Administrator All the latest remedies at Root CenGanguere, deceased. tral drug store, corner Twenty-fourtand Grant The finest imported and domestic cigars at Root's Central Prescription How to Sncceed. , corner Twenty-fourt- h Vm Tront. nroblem of life Drug Store, TV.in ia and Grant Some solve. which few satisfactorily fail because of poor health, others want Are You Interested? of luck, but the majority from deficien frank statement The following rit want of nerva They are nervous, J. E. Hare, of Trenton, Texas, willfrom be the get easily changeable, irresolute, of interest to many of our citizens: blues and "take the spirits down to keep "My little boy was very bad off for two the spirits up," thus wasting money months We used vawith diarrhoea. force nerve and time, opportunity also called in two Docrious medicines, Restorative like the There is nothing tors, but nothing done him any good Nervine, discovered by the great special- s, until we used Chamberlain's Colic, nervous ist, Dr. Miles, to cure all and Diarrhoea Remedy, which as headache, tke blues, nervous Cholera immediate relief and soon cured prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. gave him. I consider it the beet medicine Vitus dance, fits and hysteria. Trial made and can conscientiously recombottles and the book of testimonials free. mend it to all who need a diarrhoea or A. Walker II. For sale by W. D. colio medicine." "Take it before breakfast," because it Driver k Son, and all leading druggists. will give you an appetite, regulate the Look and Read. bowels and cleanse the system of all impurities Dr. Henley's English Dandeinvite the ladies of Ogden to call at I lion Tonic. Sold everywhere. my store, 2480 Washington avenue, groceries at ten ThetJnion Pacific Railroad company where they can buy Reason: Retiring has arranged to run regular trains to per cent below cost as follows, from business. and from Syracuse KOHN, commencing Saturday. July 11th: Leave Ogden 2:00 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. Lots, Lots, Lots. " 9:00 " " Syracuse 5:45 " at Lot $5 per month and work refollows: as trains extra Sunday's Ixave Ogden 10:30 a. m. Leave Syracuse ceived on payment A. J. Cropset, Five Points. 1:15 p. rn. Might!. To-ffig- kt! t SXYDER & HARDWARE COMPANY. TJSSSli-'SSi-s AND CALL EXAMIMi. Dealers in Hardware. Stoves. I AND EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK. R0BIXS0X. mware. Etc, Etc. Tke Probate Court. We hope to please some of the peppe aJ the t;me and know we can please all In the matter of the estate of Thomas the people some time. But it will be our constant endeavor to pleas, all the the largmst and most complete stock of eoods in Coalter, an incompetent, the court wade peopfe all the time by keeping &i aellat prioes imputable for com- an order denying the petition to rue lor our line in the city which we can petition U meet. him to competeocy. WL'lbe with MeMahoo's Circus at Ogden July 1510. 5 SUCCESSORS TO J italic V & V I II, TIX SHOP IN CONNECTION. HORNBY & CARMAN, 2315 Washington Ave. FREE TO ALL MEN TO MICy OXLY! Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. B. Will deliver a HOTEL AEH1VALS. , Grand Course of Free aa-bulan- t f h h t g h Th Ri:rr. 1L F. Bartine. Carson, NVb; Fred Crofion. IleadUig. Cal; Hoyt bherman. II. R. Watrous, Morris P. Murphy, J. 11. Anderson, C. 11 Critcblow, Jsrues Sharp, Wm. , LECTURES Som-tuer.- At his hall in r, E. B. Priu-hlowjr- H Banner, K (i. Walle, L Arthur Pratt K. Stephens, M 1L Parson, John Morgan. John Henry Smith, Helen M. Wells, Jos. Howell, Arthur Brow n, J. C. Ta lor, James IL Bacon, John M. Zane, George M. Cannon, of Salt Lake City; S. M. Myera, Boston; J. C Hooper, St Joe, R. G. llarr, Sagincew, Michigan; If. T. Lamey, Boyd Clark, Louis; IL T. Johnson, Omaha; D. P. Summon, J. F. Kerkendall, Omaha; C S. Hatch, J. L Daulsroont, Denver; J. W. Rxt Corrinne; J. R. Porter, Morgan; L. Provo; W. L Lumball, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morris, Philadel- ANOTHEREVENT! Better Give It Your Attention! 8t Lastjanuary Hal-broo- phia; James Chapman, American Fork; C F. Kraud, Pennsylvania; Geo. Such-loProvo; W. IL Harvev.oity; Wm. F. (Jill, C. T. Grigg, J. A. Gillberton, New York; E. M. Allison. Ogden; John C. J. Currier, F. C. Schramm, Mrs. Shelp, Denver. . The Ckstral. C. Cross, A. M. Green River; Cliaa. llarter, Den-ve- r; J as. Reardon, Sacramento; Thoa. Wesden, Logan; K. J. Bishop, Chicago; II. Comte, Carson, Nev.; M. M. Bean, NelProvo; Jas. R. Moffitt, Kden; L son, C. C. Evans, G. II. Brur J. E. C. Keeler, San Francis oGibson, city; C. V. lievans, J. N. Mann, Hyrum; 11. Nolan, llane's Ford, Wyo.; H. Bigwood, San Francisco; E. A. Box, Brigham City; Kay Knight, Provo; W, D. Thompson, Scipio; Jno. King, F. Sarvisiht, Fresno, Cal.; A. S. Cunningham, Ariasc, Mex.; W. H. Booth Bo Elder; W. R. Giesoe, Piedmont Wyo.; Jas. Tohm. Denver. The Chapman. C. IL Hawboker, Geo. Tinkham, Cal Stephens, Lany Rasum-soTom Morgan, P.O. Brim, Ernest Wea6t Advance of McMahon's circus; II. F.Brown, Butte City; C. IL Bruster, Salt Lake; Mrs. A. Harris, San Francisco; Jas. M. Blusoe, II. P. Hansen, Richfield, Utah; E. C. Moore, Topeka, Kans; Mrs. Peterburg end family, Preston; Ceo. N. Herbert San Francisco; E. F. Moore, Salt Lake. Ogden; Ber-non- i. BOYLE BLOCK, V , A J Iff ) :VMV, I I, Which has been fitted up for his V abona-fid- e Manhood, Matrimony Health and Disease, Sexual and Creative Science, Magnificently O. Kealy, Butte; Cleveland, O; W. Line, Salt Lake; Harris Newman, New York; A. J. Catline, Portage, Wis; W. A. Trephagen, San Francieoo; T. E. BaH, Pocatello; A. E. Read, Louisiana; O. P. Fit zgerald, wife and daughter, Tennessee; E. Cad well, Salt Lake; J. Henningway, Chicago; D. IL Groy, bait Lake; J. G. Moore, St Louis. The BroomW. D. Robinson, American Fork; S. L Gilbert St Louis; J. B. Moore and wife, Gainesville, Tex.; C. W. Bennet Salt Lake; Wm. Allison, Coalville; Grant G. Simms, F. D. Herish, Payson; Peter Stubbs, Provo; E. IL Avery, R. W. Faris, F. Moseley, city; L E. Eddy, Louisville, Ky.; S. H. Giesy, Ogden; J. Hayden, Syracuse; M. 0. McCoy, city. Buy Them. Tenney's New York candies are the best and always fresh. For sale by Fehringer & Ash. Hot Springs Time Card. Commencing Saturday and Sunday, July 4, 1891, trains will run to the Springs as follows: Motor leaves Broom Hotel at 10:10 a. m. " " " " " 12:30 p. m. w " " " " 2:50 p. m. u " 5:10 p. m. " " " Union Pacific leaves depot at 9:25 a. m. " " " " " 5:30 p. m. ii 7:3o p. m. You can cet your prescriptions filled at any hour of the day or night at Root Central Prescription Drug Store, corner Twenty-fourtand Grant. The World Enriched. The facilities of the pre seat dav for the production of everything that will con h duce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced the world was enriched with the only perfect laxative known, as it is the onlv remedy which is truly pleasing and re freshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the Spring time or, in fact, at any time and the better it is known the more popular it becomes. llf. II, 2327-233- Wt k MRS GRAHAM'S w FVeo Washington Avenue. 3 The World's Most Eminent Phrenologist, accompanied by his distinguished staff of Everybody : Dr. Gee Wo went to college in Canton. China, graduated and received bis diploma, standing second in a class of twenty. He practiced there for a few years and became widely known. Since he has been in Denver he has been very successful in curing Asthma, Rheumatism, Consumption, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Cancer, Tumors, Eruptions, Salt Rheum, Scrofula, Tape Worm Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Neuralgia and all Private Diseases. He makes a specialty of Fevers. Typhoid Fever cured in twenty-fou- r hours. Any lady or gentleman calling on Dr. Gee Wo will find him a perfect gentleman. These are few of the testimonials given him by people whom he has cured : Dejtveb, Dec. 1, 1390. Dr. Gee Wo cured myself and boy of Rheumatism, and I would advise anyone that is suffering with it to consult him and they will never regret it. J. R. Hill, 18G5 Curtis St. This is to certify that my wife, Mrs. M. A. Hamlin, has been ill for ten years with Liver Complaint and Kindred Troubles. It became chronic and spasmodic in the stomach so she could not keep her food. She employed in that time ten of the best physicians in the east and two in Denver without satisfaction, so aboui T x. etshs ago 1 employed Dr. Gee Wo, who has helped her so she is about as well as ever she was. He also cured me of Rheumatism. Mrs. M. A. Hamlin. Mr. A. Hamlin. 1806 Third St., W. Denver. My little boy was brought 6afely through a very severe attack of Rheumatic Fever in one week by Dr. Gee Wo. I consider him unrivaled in the treatment of Diseases of Children. Mrs. M. I Slater, Lateef Lead v ille. DR. GEE W0, Chinese Physician, Room 2, No. 3C5 Twenty-fiftstreet, Ogden, Utah. The Doctor makes all his own medicines and uses nothing but genuine Chinese Herbs imported from China. ' h Private prenological examinations and medical consultations dailv at Broom Hot-el- to 6 p. m. MKUICALi EXAMINATIONS FREE TO ALL! afflicted of all ages or conditions are invited to call at the rooms of thesa Hours . The 10 a. m eminent specialists and receive information in regard to the nature and probable result oi me aumeni. DISEASES SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY PROF. WINDSOR'S MEDICAL STAFF. Cross-eye- s straightened in One Minute Without Pain. Piles or Hemorrhoids Cured in One Treatment without the use of the knife, burning or ligature, All Private Diseases, male and female. Catarrh in all its varied forms and complications. All Weaknesses, Defects and Injuries of the Eye and Ear. Tumors and Cancers in varied forms. Rectal Diseases, Piles, Fissures, Fistula in Ano, Rectal Ulcers, Lacerations, Etc. Womb Diseases, Prolapsus, Uteri, Displacements, Ulcerations, Lacerations, Etc., no matter of how long standing, or how serious the complication. Nervous Diseases, Hysteria, Insomnia, Loss of Memory, Restlessness, Despondency, Etc., quickly removed. Indigestion and all disorders of the Alimentary system, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Gastritis, and Ulcerations of the Stomach and Bowels. All Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Spleen or Bladder. Consultations and Examination!! at onr Medical I'urlors, Broom Hotel, Until July 15th. MAGNIFICENT WORK. CATAERII. How the liittle daughter of Mrs. was restored to hearing and comfort: Salt Lake Citt, June 29th, 1891. Prof. Wm. IFfndsor, LL. B.-.- I placed y little daughter Segrid, aged 10, under the treatment of your eminent staff of physicians and surgeons on the 8th of June. She had been afflicted with almost total deafness, accompanied by severe pain in her ear, for the past live years, .caused by a severe attack of measles, when only 5 years old. After about ten day's treatment the doctors removed the remains of a large polypus tumor from her ears, and since that time she has been improving so rapidly that at the present her hearing is as good as anyone's, with no recurrence of the pain. I am exceedingly grateful to yourself and physicians and hope that you may continue in your successful efforts to relieve afflicted humanity. I am, very truly yours, Mrs. Moixji'ist, 249, East 5th South. Mol-qui- st 41 . . .1 ders, and to protect the skin from,wind and snn. Price 7!c. for sale with all other of Mrs. Graham's preparations by all Ogden druggisu Physicians, Surgeons and Specialists, in Ogden Should Read This! OXJS KNJOYS : ! Prof. Wm. Windsor, LLB., Both the method and results when i'w. Syrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasan and refreshing to the taste, and acts TOILET CERATES gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, '7 Liver and JBowels, cleanses the syshiKhmt It has the of making tem effectually, dispels colds, head firm and the r kinquality the noshdrgroe. . and aches and fevers and cures habitual f h tl . nmv.ntin wruiklea. Renders the skin deluhtfnllv sfrt. smooth and TolTety. Ountaius no mineral oils constipation permanently. For Bale or animal fata and unlike glycerine and Taite- ia 50c and $i bottles by all druggists. . linA Ann IrinrtrAfl ri.ana.nl...... UlU UlU I'l"-K'l'omnuuB, mote the growth of hair on the face. It is es CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. pecially nice to use before applying face pow. . used by any lecturer. rubllo Kxaminntion Kvwr Night. REMAINING TWO WEEKS ONLY Jasmine chiftp-nnro- fl costly apparatus ever Sons Co. Why eat poor candies when you cm get Tenney's tine New York goods at the Reed hotel pharmacy. We have just received a fre6h supply of Tenny's New York candies. Try them. Fehringer & Ash Reed hotel pharmacy. dis-ase- Illus trated with the most The Pacific W. Mizner, e the city. Cost Sale took place at our store and it caused more consternation than some people cared to admit. We ADVERTISED and we SOLD at COST. We shall Close Out our Line of Parasols, Summer Silks and Straw Hats on that same basis. Rare Bargains in all Departments. n, Mrs. Sadie use-Th- Coolest Place in - Fil-mor- the SAM fHAHCISCO, louiwui, tr. CAU hew roRX, n.r. Cured by a New and Pleasant Method. Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. B. Dear Sib: I have been under your treatment for catarrh for about ten days, and am now delighted to report results. My breathing, which was entirely stopped through my nostrils, is now absolutely I am entirely free and unobstructed. free from the disagreeable symptoms, and feel like I had a new lease on life. Previous to taking your treatment I had used thirty bottles of Shiloh's catarrh remedy, several dozen bottles of Sage's, twenty-sevebottles of Hall's and Ely's cream balm for years, and have spent hundreds of dollars, without relief; but your treatment has accomplished sucn cess in ten dayb. Mvron Footf, Watchman at Ontario Mill, Park City, Utah.