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OGDKX OA1LT COMMEECUlI: SUNDAY, JULV 12, 1691. BRIGHTER school eoocmittee for tie day, wwl be ckieud tal so aotbegrouBda, prout!a Tie stspttt.eoiLt are ail to t at tie fcff.ee of J. L. Lo&r, in First N'atiusal bang building c next Tuesday iweing at & o'clock, fcj eoaipH&e By erdr of eooiamtee. " Unkm Pacific specials to the Spncgs today at 2 p. m. acd 7 3-- i p. to. Sasdiy s&Ijod tr iSDBETfER tie l.jaars Tie UniTersity Fair a Booming: Success. BIG CROWD, BIG RECEIPTS. iju Must be seen to be appreciated STEARHS r&ttd "MCKh; X? llfirnnv 1 WITH 0 - "Cu. - srCCLy SNYDER & . WILL LEAVE OGDEN SATURDAY. !lS TO K0B1XS0N, Dealers in Hardware. Stoves. LL. pse Ite-teXmirtM bf Mirv fur the CARMAN. n, Pritat an - cuai-petitio- n Spring-Tiile,U.- 13., THE EMINENT J HORNBY XEXT n. wm, prof. HARDWAILE COMPANY. C...S &AU.S. Buftinfe fur Sale, Tinware, Etc- - Etc. AND EXAMINE. I will sell my grocery business at2130 CALL can all We hot to Bleaae some of the people all the time and know Washington avenue, including a ctot-. to pleam a4 the Last Evening Wj Jianfse Sight of fret-- groceries and a lease of but 175 the people mm tia.ee. But it will be our cvoetant endrtv good in for one half cash people all ths time by keepicg the largest and most comj let stoi k a moEth for t tad the Jap Featnrei Were aiid the other talf in ctear Ogia real our lice in ihe city which we can and will sell at pnt imjsnbl fur to meet estate. Or all eash, 10 per tvnt off of verr Artistic. Kohs. invoice, Less freight TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION'. The Ladies Ucirersity Kir is a big 2345 Washington Ave. & HOTEL ARRIVALS. sueeesa. It took ia mora money last evening The Hied. B. Stein am a, San Franthan the one before. Look out for Mon- cisco; A. Brown 1 Son, M. M. Kaigbn, REPUBLICANS ADJOURN J. D. Kenwwrthy, Uea Uaasee, 8a in M. day and Tuesday! Ikoiel, S. IL Lave, S. S. Timpson, Well, last evening waa Japanese Ctaa. C. Dey, Salt Lake; S. V. bhelp, oojrrnrcED fkoh nasi pmiil Xight And there was a pavilion full of Kansas City; Dr. Seiicger, Miss SVliu-ge- r, Milwaukee, Wis.; Geo. Mel, Oakland The Foundation of the L'nirer-sit- v people there to enjoy it. But this ia J. W. N. Whitecottoo, Irovo City; is not the first of the story. Last even- CaL; Last night I touched ligntly on ths W. IL Keefer, Denver; U. L Martin, Keferred to. Democratic party. (Cheers. J I also ing the Presbyterian and Mormon ladies Chicago; A. P, Bigeiow, Mrs. Bogle, citv; talked ou the tarn? and I believe I made J. IL McMillan & boa, C. J. Currier, W. joined forces to manage it so plain that a wayfaring man though L. N'agiDDia, H T. Dobeon, city; B. THE BESTACKAVT, WHAT IS X0W BE1XG D0XE a Democrat applause ought to underD. C Johnson, St. Clark, Louis; and very veil indeed they did it The stand it dinner was a whole feast, and looked I promised to talk about the farm and The Broom Prof. Andre, Salt Lake; There ii no class that needs temptingly delicious, in fact the many E. W. Wade, Pleasant View; Charles IL The Weekly Statement of the Re- the tariff. more than those who cultiprotectioa who eat down found it aa The patron ceipts and Dtabnmmeiiia Miller, City; Wm. Bornbert, Pleasant vate the oiL age was large. The tables were made View; John Brow-meErnest Browmell, The Republican party believes that Made by the Treasurer. more attractive by pretty floral decoraFred Wiles, Tbooias Cottle, Samwe should bare a tariff on wooL Clevetions, a bed of flowers by Mrs. Robert uel Isaac Blain, George Dreamey, land in his famous ttsses&ge favored putKobinson and an anchor by Mrs. Camp Oram Tolkman, A reporter of Thc Commercial yes ting wool on the free list Since then I bell being particularly admired. The Moves, Ellis Goodard, lleber Tolkman, Albert Miller, Thomas have never seen a Democrat who could receipts Irom this department were Wiles. Plain City; J. N. Barker, terday visited theCnivenity and found look a sheep in the face. Applause. away up in the hundreds it was re- Willard; Dr. Mallery, Pittsfield, Mass.; work going rapidly along. John Iledder- bill restores The McKinley ported. The ladiea are handling this A. C. Dunbar, IL H. Goddard, J.SeHon, man, the old contractor on the foundaTHE TARIFF OS WOOL fart of the Fair in grand style and the city; Grant G. Simmons, F. D. Hurst tion, who has never finished his contract, Mormon and Presbyterian ladiea deserve hereafter we will use wool raised on Payson; Raimus Nelson, Spanish Fork; is busily engaged with some twelve or and backs credit Tor last oigbts triumph. Wm. of American sheep. I had a the T. genre, Salt Lake; E. W. Wade, freat M. A. Breeden was cashier and on discussion with a gentleman from BrookWade, Pleasant View; J. W. fifteen masons, laying the water table handled the cash box like an expert. Florence San Francisco; It G. Dixon, city; the foundation. W. J, Stevenson with lyn who said w couldn't raise good wool On Monday evening the Baptist, GUIs, K. M. Harman, G. Reinhardt Leadville; a gang of men, is repairing the old brick here. He had once lived in Michigan Lutheran and Congregational ladies T. and it made me blush to think of it beW. will be in charge of the restaurant and M. liayalagdo, Central America; J. Wil-se- work inside of the basement that bad cause Michigan wool took the Provo J. premium L Whiteeatton, City; those who have found how delicious the New York; Mary Dee, Toronto, Can- been improperly constructed, and more at the Paris exposition. victuals of other denominations have ada. understand are I you or less decomposed from the effects of making sugar in been il not think of missing that din is no doubt but that this territory, I wonder the democrats There weather. the ner. The Pacific M. Regalodo, San Fran- the work is pushed on the don't stop it These free traders say cisco; W. A Jones, San Francisco; Jan. University. being rapidly THAT GYPSY BOOTlC the eacharine matter don't collect right IL Bacon, Salt Lake; J. II. Smith and in beets in this country. It's a wonder The reporter did not get on to all the Little, Stewart & Co the construcR. E. St. wife, Louis; Ferguson, Omaha; tors of the superstructure, aie closing how these fellows are always worrying mysteries of the Gypsy booth the tiret IL CrandalL Heading, Pa.; S. J and preparations tor about this country. If it is such their night. What he took to be three Wooths Sacramento; W. Boyd, city; S. their other work is in progress. A TAKSATIO.f MEAX COUNTRY was really one, under the control and Hill, Omaha;B. A. McMullen, City; R. COMMITTEE. THE WILL AID management of Mrs. O. O. Howard, Mrs. W. Malice, don't they get out of it They have why Quincy, 111.; It H. Cassidy, Funge and Mrs. Williams. It includes Salt Lake; F. Mr. Ray S. Davis has been employed my permission. We'll raise enough L. Salt Luke; Kandelin, the grotto of the fortune telling queen, New York. by the executive committee to attend to sugar to sweeten the democratic party Miss Mitchell, who has a whole company Kennedy, its numerous details and do such work anyhow. The Central, II. Hadklu, Omaha; as the committee has not time to attend of Gypsy maids in her camp. They might If a farmer gets a low price for his have been seen all over the pavilion last P. S. Burrett, It J. Shepherd, Salt Lake; to. He will represent the treasurer, Mr. products he gets a low price for his How P. costumes. Mrs. in S. Samuel Alwood, Nampa, Idaho; evening bright Adams, in making collections of sub- labor. ard and her associates occupied the cen Oldham, S. D. Bickraore, Jos. Lofthouse, scriber I don't believe in the Democratic and attend to other matters. tral part of the booth, and Mrs. b. D, Paradise; J. E. Keds, Denver; Wm, He will represent the committee also. party, because they are never in the assisted by Misses Flora Stronburg, Denver; G. E. McCarty, Dr. Davis is a reliable and well known right place at the right time. They are , Chittenden, Jerman, Claudia Smith, and Mesdames Chas. Uttst, Salt Lake; U. U. Porter, young gentleman of this city, and his always camping in our old camping W. G. Dalrymple, Alex, beegmuler and Morgan City, R. C. Brant, Portland; courteous manner and strict attention place. Knowles the north end with the famous Frank Ilottv. C. Erickson. Logan; Jno. to b usiness is in line with the other I don't want to hurt your feelings, my lemonade stand before referred to. And A. Carson, Oakley, Idaho; C. M. Corlew, democratic friends, but I am a republicommittee. the it should be remembered that Monday Salt Lake; Mrs. Yenger, Pocatello, can because I am in favor of schools and published regularly. is Idaho; H. C. Jackson, Paradise; W. A. colleges. If I lived in Ogden I wouid All into the Bos GYPSY WIGHT, persons paying money Flager, Grays, Idaho; E. tf. White, do all I could to help these ladiee who find will treasurer amounts the paid by to build up when the dispensers of mysteries and ton. weekly financial cash trying . . A Thb Wasatch A K Mallett, Lead- them named in the revelations will have entire control ef UKIVIRSITY IS UTAH. will be issued by the the program and there will be a Gypsy ville, Col.; Mrs. Annie Burnip, Rock statement that am glad you have started this moveI and treasurer Saturday, every M published Q II Orinn. M,nh scene T!.l Pit. and the Bice attractions gen camp a division on national party This will be inovel Salt Lake City; Wm, Sundy, Salt Lake every Sunday in the morning papers. ment for erally noted below. , . ' lines. the money Any person during paying and entertaining. One of the features Oity. , one asked why Grover Cleveland Some not amount does nnd wbo the week, generally rd mired was stated in this weekly financial state- too if tbe lands away from the Union Kotlce. TBI FLOWER BOOTH , All parties who have given an order ment as having gone into the hands of racitlc. made so attractive by Mesdames H. P. Mr. Horr replied that the greatest the treasurer, is urgently requested to Henderson, Dr. Anderson, Allred, Kinsr for an enlarged portait to the Enterprise act was past by a same to the chairman of the forfeiture-of-lanthe report Uo. correct will send R. and L. agent please Rhodes, aided by Mesdames boap room 19 Grand Kepublican congress. Tbe Democrats committee at executive name once to En at sod the address E. M. Allison, L. B. Adams and W, L. house block, also to Mr. Adams, did grant the land to the Union Pacific. Uomn. The little Misses Jessie Berry. terprise Soap Co. 171 South 3 east Salt Opera at the Utah National It is one of the few sensible things they the treasurer, Fannie Butcher, Langsdorf and other ijake uity. bank. The financial statement ever did. Cheers. weekly petite ladies helped to sell the flowers. Mr. Horr closed his remarks with an week is for herewith published, the past The Good Luck. But all this time a lot of gossip has been and is as follows. expression of his appreciation of the the and out of The "Good here store" has the Hardware Luck specialty strung large audience which had received him THE WEEKLY 81 ATEMEXT. evening has been neglected. As before a new card in this paper. There's do and the customary advice to vote the was of statement the receipts and remarked this Weekly better place in the territory to buy ticket. disbursements up to the close of bank- Republican hardware than that store. JAPANESE NIGHT, ing hours on Saturday, July 11th: The Democratic Convention. and the Japanese Booth, between the Kent's Orchestra at the Springs today. July 6th, Balance on hand last reFancy and Flower booths, was the main democratic county convention of The 1107.80 port attraction. It was presided over by H. M. Bond, 12.50 Weber county will take place at the City McMahon's Show. Mrs. Will Swan, assisted by Mrs. A. G. 125.00 Hall, Ogden, ot 11 a. m., Unzie, the white Australian aboriginal John Broom July 15th, 1891, Hart and Mrs. Baker. When one first Mrs.Wm. Richards..... 1.50 or next Wednesday. about into the first the will be with Wednesat us Ogden, next stepped pavilion Mrs. S. C. Fleasbach 1.00 thing that struck his notice was a num- day and Thursday. 1.25 Jenkins.. Queen Jumbo, the largest living aniber of young Japanese ladies, in real Dr. J. D. Carnahan 25.00 mal, will amaze at Ogden, July 15 and Japanese oostumes. At least some of For rent Five rnnm hriok hntwA. nr. F.J. Kieeel 100.00 16. them were imported from Japan ner Tweatv-flff.- h and .Tankann nvomiA and others were made in .exact at 2122 Monroe avenue. Hot Spring's Balls. Total received 1371.05 itation. They were made of Japanese Enquire next Prof. Kent will On silk and Chinese crape, and flowers were Wednesday RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Worh on foundation, order to J. worn. The ladies' faces were also made of a series of weekly balls first the give Hedderman $183.20 up so us to give the almond shape of .it Hot Springa They have a fine paBantist church Sundav school Hauling sand and wator to U. II. the eyes, and vry pretty and charming hasThe Gvf.U 5.25 vilion out there, and by way of variety a been 2:30 to ra. 9:30 from changed p. costumes. they looked in their bright jaunt to the Springs and dance to music The Jap girls were Mesdames C. H. a. m. All who are interested should not Total to remember this change. $188.15 paid out by Kent's orchestra will be a special McClure, E. M. Allison, Marks and Dal- fail Cash balance on hand. $185.60 treat to many and the balls will doubtChurch op the Good shepherd rymple, and Misses Nina Lezotte, Ruby -the following new subscriptions have less be popular and successful. Prof. eet. Pratt and Mabel Remick. There were Corner Grant and Twenty fou' in: Kent makes his enterprises successful. also a number of young misses dressed S. Unsworth, Rector. Morning ptayer come $100 City Band in Jap costume, who performed in the and sermon, 11 n. m. Kvening prayer. The Ogden Mrs. a. so. uorlew 5 A Narrow Escape. 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. program on the stage. Marsh & Ford, of Lead ville, Colo ... 25 went fishing in OgSeveral THIS WAS PINE. gentlemen Services Church at Presbyterian Total $130 Misses. Lezotte and Pratt and Mrs. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sabbath school at den canon on Friday and the fish GET READY TO PAY. Dalrymple sung "Three Little Maids 9:45 a. m. Young people's meeting at All subscribers are requested to make pulled them in and gave them such a Josiah McClaik. from Seholl" in a very pretty way and 7:15 p. m. generally as to send as little trouble for the committee as rough handling had to repeat it. Miss Lezotte executed back in a forlorn plight. Some of them to their possible, going respective the "Moon Song" charmingly and the Grand German Ticnic at banks, orJby to Mr. L. B. Adams, the treas- the survivors were Frank Monroe, Joe little Japs did the "Fan March" very well Ducheueau and h of their Magee, Will Blosser, Charles Russell, J. paying formely Jones urer, indeed. Kent's Band music was a large Jee Yeager, Al. Spears, E. A. subscriptions, the amount due, and tak- O'Nan, entertainment in itself. In short Jap Grove. Faber and Spui Noel. Sam had his hat a will same. for the be This ing receipt Mr. d success. night was a an indication of the weekly support to and Bhoes torn off, and otherwise fell Auction ! Hong Sling looked into the Jap Booth the committee, and is that encourage- foul of the fish. ! Auction last evening and it looked so pretty and ment that is now needed as much as the like the real thing that he smiled with Auction! brick and mortar. satisfaction. By the way, Mr. Sling is Every Monday, Thursday and Saturone of the geHerous men of Ogden and afternoon at the Old M. E. church, is doing bis share for the University. day Why opposite Z. 0. M. I. If you want to buy eat poor candies when But this story must now wind up with or you cm get Ten- sell anything the "Auction House" is nne JNew xork goods at the Keed neys Monday evenings to. to the place go hotel pharmacy. GYPSY NIGHT PROGRAM. T. B. Heixer & Co. For Rent "0verture,"--0gde- n City Band. We have just received a fresh supply Scene from the opera "The Bohemian . 'Jill llllj . VI, J. I w V Loans. Girl," introducing "I Dreampt I Dwelt them. Fehringer & Ash Reed hotel in Marble Halls" Miss Lezotte. Those desiring a loan had better look pnarmacy. "Gypsy Solo" Miss Ada Barratt. at the big card of the Citizen's bank in Selection by the Mandolin Club. Are You Interested 1 Duet "Gypsy Countess" Mrs. A. H. this paper. The frank statement from following Nelson and Mr. Hodgeman. Five room brick house, corner Twenty-fift- h J. E. Hare, of Trenton, Texas, will be Vocal solo with mandolin accompanand Jackson avenue Inquire at of interest to of our citizens: many iment 2122 Monroe avenue. "My little boy was very bad off for two Selection Ogden City Band. months with diarrhoea. We used vaMrs. O. O. Howard, stage manager for in 875 installments of $1 lot Only per this oocasion, Mrs. W. W. Funge, Mrs. per week in Rex Place on street car line. rious medicines, also called in two DocJ tors, but nothing done him any good A. H. Nelson, Mrs. W. R. Williams, asKELLY, 1LLE 4 OO. we until used Chamberlain's Colic sistants. 2411 Washington avenue. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which Both the method and results when It should be understood that Rev. immediate relief and soon cured Svrtin of Figs ia taken: it is pleasan gave Jayne gives all the commission from the Shoes Given Away. him. I consider it the best medicine and refreshing to the taste, and acts sale of his books to the University. We will for a short time longer give to made and can conscientiously recomyet promptly on the Kidneys, the purchaser every Tenth pair of shoes mend it to all who need a diarrhoea or gently find Bowels, cleanses the sys Union Sunday School Picnic. T.ivpr colio of all cost Come for free medicine." For W. D. sale by cash) (bought Arrangements have been made for a and get the Tenth pair, it will cost you Driver & Son, and all leading druggists. tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual union Sunday School picnio at Syracuse nothing. Ashby's, Look and Eead. For sale jMi w asmngton avenue. for the Sunday schools in the city and constipation permanently. invite the ladiee of Oirden to call at in 50o and 9 1 bottles by au aruggisu. I vicinity on Teeday, July 21st Fare for Wanted. the round trip 40 cents for adults and my store, Washington avenue, CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. A nnmA hnrfln and hutrirT in eiRhanora where they can buy groceries at ten 20 cents for children. Bathe 20 cents SAM fHAKCISCO, CAV , for adults and ten cents for ohildren. for a citv lot AddIv at 2127 Washington per cent below cost Reason: Retiring w mx, .r. from business. The grove will be in charge of the avenue. Up stairs. Kohm, iouisrnJi.fr. A. mm OPPORTliYIiT hum ifT Jtofoffikii I w ItiatiiuruUhfd Staff ttl Phri-fi(k- lHCiait. ii.nw. trtn.( ul cliiuiarlcllr ud i. CoufctJiatk and EiamiaatioM Hours 10 a, m to j. m. ilMxm fitinii.mom frw to ail. lail at Bnwm HuUtU THREE MORE FREE LECTURES To both sexes at Prof. Windsors Hall in tie BOYLE BLOCK. Monday Tuesday and WednesdaD niirhta. Free to all. Ta,!: rr?.i! invitod. Monday niiiht "l'hrenoloffy and l'hwocnouiv." Tuesdav muKt "Hhnin of Professions.' Free Wednesday eight "Matrimony." public examinations every nisht Private Drenolotrical examinations and medical oonaulutinna UoteL Hours 10 a. m to 6 p. m. MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS FREE TO ALL! The afflicted of all aires or conditions are invited to call at the rooma nf Ibm eminent specialists and receive information is regard to the nature and probable DISEASES SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY PROF. WINDSOR'S MEDICAL STAFF. Cross-eye- s straightened in One Minute Without Pain. Piles at rUmnrrhni.la Cured in One Treatment without the use of the kaife, burninir or litrature. All Private Diseases, male and female. Catarrh in all it varied farm and twmnli. cations. All Weak ceases, Defects and Injuries of the Eye and Ear. Tumors and Cancers in varied forma. 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 eerious 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 tbe Liver. Kidnevsc Soleen or Bladder. Consultations and Examinations at our Medical Parlors. Broom Hotel. I'atU July 15th. y, r, , d MAGNIFICENT WURK. CATARRH. How the liittle daughter of Mrs. Mol- quist was restored to hearing and com- Cnred fort: a by New and Method. Pleasant Salt Lakf. City, June 20th, 1W1.l Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. B. Dear JVo. H'm. Windnor. LL. placed my little daughter Segrid, aged Sib: I have been under your treatment 10, under the treatment of your emi- for catarrh for about ten days, and am nent staff of on and B.-.-- surgeons physicians the 8th of June. She had been afllicted with almost total deafness, accompanied by severe pain in her ear, for the past five years, tcaused by a severe attack of measles, when only 5 years old. After about ten dby'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 tbe pain. I am exceedingly grateful to yourself and physicians and hope that you may continue in your : successful efforts to relieve afllicted humanity. I am, very truly yours, Mas. MoTjQvist, East 5th South. 1 Salt Lake City, Jaly 8, 1891. Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. BTempleton Hotel. I have suffered with catarrh for forty years. It became so bad that my eyesight was affected to such an extent that I could not see to write or figure. I could not tell a white horse fron a black one. My ears were also affected with cracking and roaring sounds. I have traveled extensively through the United States, have tried every remedy I could find, have been examined in four large cities by eminent specialists, and continued to get worse, until I feared I nowdoligbted to report results. My breathing, which was entirely stopped through my nostrils, is now absolutely free and unobstructed. I am entirely 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-seve- n bottles of Hall's and Ely'n cream balm for years, and have speta hundreds of dollars, without relief; but your treatment has accomplished success in ten daya, Myron Footk. Watchman at Ontario Mill, Park City, Utah. On June 3 I placed myself under the treatment , of your medical staff, and have improved from the first until today I can see 100 per cent better, the noise in my ears has disappeared, and I am in good health for a man ot my age seventy next NoO. K. Kaix, vember. 22 North First West would go blind. Mr. Hall is agent for the combined steam cooker and baking pan, and has visited nearly every house in Salt Lake City, selling his wares to many of our best families. LOANS!! ON IMPROVED City Business and Residence and Farm Property. INQUIRE AT one-fourt- full-size- 11 CITIZEN'S BANK tare Way; Tomorrow May Be Too Late. 1 And when yon do insure, select the BEST companies, represented by agcata who understand the business, so that yonr policy will be oorrectly written to avoid trouble should you meet with a loss. To get esse of mind and know that yooAEEINSUEED place your business with -- HEBER J. 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