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OlifcEN DAlLV COMMERCIAL: THUESIM . THE THE White louse. White Souse. J Lift ZiSleft Zxperitec in Ogien Should Or, Jaseaty 12. a;;rard Ilts.1 This! uCered milk mj kidoeya I on ti bcari wearier HaTitf Prtiu, gywt. This Wo weet to x."v is as iodueed ta try tL Origvm Kiaaey Tba bubuly c3 ciisuke thca. CurDr.too, (fn bu ia a abort Una Ctuna, graduated and rtivd Ta, nljvJ ia reaoa Keeling it ta tit d.ieaa, touidiLg Mtcdu a eiat I take pkiaaure High sout i:tg MK-- f grr-- race borstal of tmri.j. U pracurwi ther a the ptiUae as a rswdy for kLiney GfcO&ot W. Batutt, tare, aoeii Alicacte, llathaante anl few years and bacttii widely ksova. dClLtia. b.et he baa been la UTr h Lu Eiridion. ut it U prcbaLU, My, it is judj of I'matiiia. almost certain, ti&t lo tbr-j- r groum and lea itcj rjcoeeaful is cuncf A:lma, CuctcuiLptkiB. Cfctarrh, KiiU!aati6m, 1 fee jaogir al : Su W-'- cew.y dirruzt tccrt ot a; rrtaW L uv4 -i wt-tc- a f- -r Co'-x- tv tW Tha ani the United tioa is Immense MARK DOWN SALE all through our Stocks of Stylish Goods in our House for Our tot Mai are tUt bvtwtra Croat Britain 11 ob the seal qocav no seals th3 be kilsl uctil TjpLoid Loura. May, 1592, eicrpt th 7,500 fog the food an! clothing of Alaskans. All British VcrU brtakiiig thi arvetut-a- t baary . Cbited Stat ehipa. may captor thta, bat thty are to be turned ovtr to British authorities fur trial. Air Go (A trtity-fju- r l'vr few of the Uctimocials torn na Laa given Lim by people Tteee r cured: Ktt of and Dexver, Dec I, rtvt Lo THIS WEEKI nSKEScffiS. ITHIS "WEEK Don Lies mm Fine Xdi' WE INCITE THIS WEEK 1 Satin .AJJLj una is, met, TO CALL! EXTRA SPECIAL! h THIS WEEK in all Colors, Each 111 s "Worth Two Dollars and Fifty Cents. The White House! WRIGHT'S OLD STORE. The White House! WRIGHT'S OLD STORE. FOLLOW THE CROWD cffii-tur- y. AND YOU WON'T GET LEFT As they are all on their way to buy a Suit, Hat, Outing Shirts, Etc., at the GEEAT FORCED SATE PUTNAM ONE-PRICE- D .ALfcu lia H.. iiitar ut 1. It. Cwt-- r A 1&Jt er Pentium an ca!l)D? oa Dr. a. ill rind Lieu a perfect KetUe- - apaa-o.odi- 500 U. A. fcrfeutt In the District court of the First judicial dis trict of the territory of Utah, Wooer county. The Utah National Bank of Ogden, a corporaplaintiff, vs. Robert Robinson, Emma B. Roman L. Znbof, himself believed to tion, Robinson, formerly Kmma B. Bayley ; Alice B. be a Jew who is inclined to deny 'tis Bell, (.formerly Alice B. Bayley ; James Cassin, assignee of The Snyder Robinson Hardware race, writes in the Boston Globe a pa;nr Company ; H. W. Smith, guardian of the person estate of Robert Mcllwaine Robinson and explanatory of the Russian hatred of tAe and Robert Mcllwaine Robinson and Thomas Hebrew. Russian taxes are oppressive defendants. The People of the Territory of Utah send and exacting beyond description; tlfy greeting: To Robsrt Robinson, Emma B. Robinson, formust be wrung from the stupid peastfit merly Emma B. Bayleyl; Alice B. Bell, forunder all circumstances. Sometimes merly Alice B. Bayley!; Jamee Cassin, assignee the Snyder Robinson Hardware Comtax gatherers take all, even his hocs, of the; H.ofW. Smith, guardian of the person and pany and put him to working on the road; V estate of Robert Mcllwaine Robinson and Robert Mcllwaine Robinson, and Thomas Cahoon, pay arrears yet remaining. But he cof Id defendants. You are hereby rcflulred to appear In n acprobably pay it more easily only for tte tion brought against you by the above named Jew, who enters the Russian peasaV's plaintiff, in the District court of the First judiof the territory of Utah, and to ancial district door first as peddler, then as mo-n- y swer the complaint filed therein, within ten day of service after the lender, and gradually gets all his mo.y days exclusive of the summons if served withservice on you of this away from him. Jews keep inns. 7ie in this county ; or, if served out of this county, within twenty days ; otherthis but in district, peasant spends first his money at tlfna wise within forty days or judgment by default against you, according to the inns, then pawns his clothes, then mJFt-gage- s will be nftaken niii cnmnlaint. his next year's crops. Then 1e nnir The said action is brought to require the deRobert Robinson, to make answer unturns around in a fury on the Jew Od fendant, der oath as to the nature, situation, amount and blames him for it all, even for the value of all his property and effects whether held by himself or others m trust for him ; also extortions. of the property and effects he has conveyed and valne thereof, aud to whom and for what the The Jew in Russia still suffers mimosa and noon what terms : and that he be of the "n endured enjoined from in any manner soiling or disposmany persecutions he of his property or effects or interall Europe during the Middle Ages. Me ing of anytherewith, and that a receiver be apmeddling is forbidden to own land, to hold an? ' pointed of all his property. Second. To require all of the other defendants above named position, or even to dwell in Hie to make answer under oath and set forth and things required to be stated by the Russian capital cities. He must do softns-thin-g discover all Robert Robinson; that they and defendant, for a living, therefore he turns 'to Aneh Vif them he eniained from disnoflin? of or with property of Robert Robin mercantile life as almost the only frjr'a-pati- son under t heir control ; a Iso from paying mm any debts which they may owe him. Third: That left to him. all conveyances of Dronertv. effects, stocks. Besides getting the name of bei w? a bonds, securities.' etc.. heretofore made by the defendant Robert Robinson, to the other de usurer, always nearly as bad as th.A of fendants be adjudged void and be set aside; and that defendant, Robert Robinson, be adjudged the devil among a childish and imp the owner thereof, and that thesame be applied people, the Jew takes no pais" to to the satisfaction of plaintiff's judgment. : For all other eouitable and general assimilate himself to the Russians. He Fourth relief. For further and fuller particulars refer ence is hereby mad to the oomplaint on me holds himself aloof from them, as ue herein. arw-er And yoa are hereby notified that if you fail to quite outside of them and of appear ,and answer the said complaint aa above country. He follows his own cur..us require-1the said plaintiff wiU apply to me and his own dress. He is as mtrft-- , an Court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. James A. alien in Russia as the Chinama in Mines, judge, and the seal of the court of tlie First jndi-siDistrict America, and prides himself on it, ZSbof cial district, in and for the terrius of fkat understand. to It may Utah, this Sth day of gives tory our Lord one July, hi the year of hundred it is quite as much to curry favcx with and thousand eight Jew and Czar. 'a f ler. , uuie Pat--U. B, fU&ert aad Tuva cua-tied uuier u law m lorfc. fi i Uaiat, f.lirut, im Mi. Lfr,ta. bi - jX- H A- -f , UpusiM butM I tvt. H).snu(a iaa. s b makes a cptseialtr curad in Vo aan. Mrir eourt at the Firal Jadieul Aiim la th , Dr. Cm Wo cured futlf boy r.Leuaiat.ftii,aDj I would aJvu acvooe that la suffering with it to consult Liui Secretary of the Treasury Foster oo aud ttiey will oever the silver question: "The policy that Curtis RL J. 1J. Hilu This is to certiiv that my wife, Mrs. OU;;ht to be pursued in this r at-ill for ten years be such as to retain for the balj M. A. llamUn, Las But Before Getting Ready for the same, we will Place Before our Patrons, for a Few should of our financial o juration both metnla. with Liver Complaint aud Kindred c Troubles. It became chronic and Days Only! I do not undertake to predict what in tL stomach ao she could not would happen if this country Were t j keep her food. She employed in that adopt unlimited free coinage. I am time ten of the beet physicians in the not without hope that In the near futart east and two in Denver without any so about four weeks ago I we shall be able to secure aa Interna- satisfaction,Dr. Gee Wo, w ho has helped employed tional agreement of snch a nature as will Ler so ebe is about aa well aa ever ah waa. II also cured m of Rheumatism. maintain the parity of the two Mas. M. A. Huu.v thus accomplishing what is now so de! Ma. A. IIamux. sirable, a broader foundation upon which 1S06 Third SL, W. Denver. to base the finances of all countries." My little boy waa brought safely through a very sever attack of Itheu-mati- o Fever in one week by Dr. Gee If you are going abroad this sumnnr Handkerchiefs at 40, worth 10c Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 120, worth 30 Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 25c, worth 40o or Wo. I consider him unrivaled in th other any summer, and want all the treatmeat of Disease of Children. Ladies' Handkerchifds at 8c, worth 12H Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 15c, worth 25c Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 35c, worth 60o ocean trip you can get, and have not Mr. M. Ij. Suiter, much to spend, take one of t Late)f LeadvUle. Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 10c, worth 15c Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 20c, worth 35c Ladies' Handkercbief&Oc, worth 75 tl Teasels money of the slower lines of steame) a. DR. GEE W0, Chinese Fhytician, You will get first class accommodation Room 2, No. 3C5 Twenty-fiftstreet, for a third less price than you will p.iy 0rden, Utah. I ho DKtor make all bis own medi on the swift ships, and git a longw cines ana unes not rung but geauine This is by far the best leading article we have selected from our Stock. Come and lay ocean trip besides. The swift steamers Chinese Herbs imported from China. in a good supply before they are gone. charge more for passage for one thin,:, because the consumption of coal necesA Merchant's Oduuou. Mr. John CHraghar, a merchant at sary to maintain the high rate of sj-- xl is 60 enormous that it makes a quick tflp Caraghar, Fulton Co., Ohio, says that KL I are the beas selling pills expeusive. The Blower journey is also I'utrick's Fills reanon is that they handles. The he far more restful than the hurried one to produce a plewant cathartic effect, and those who really enjoy ocean travel are certain and thorough in their Return. Try them when you want a reliable cathartic. For sale by W. Driver A Keep the Eagle and the Coddea Some newspaper writers, otherwive Son and all leading druggists. able, have been to Europe and got tbex Good Cooking-Iideas mixed about what is beautiful and one of the chief blessings of every the reverse. These editors declare that home. To always insure good cimtards, America has the ugliest looking mon'iy puddings, sauses, etc,, use Gail Borden Brand Condensed Milk. DiWe beg leave to inform all, that as the goods are being cleared out rapidly, selections in civilization or barbarism; that ewn "Eagle" rections on label. Sold by your grocer beats us in artistic beauty of and Japan druggist. should be made early to secure the best results. coins. Particularly these critics are hard on the American eagle and tte SUMMONS. Goddess of Liberty on our gold and stiIn the District t'onrt of th Fiint Judicial of th Territory of Utah, Weber Couity. ver pieces. They even shock the patriot- District ('. K. Bawtclle, plaintiil. va. T. J. Edwards, ism of community by suggesting that defnodant. The People of the Territory of Utah tend the goddess and the eagle be left off tie rreetina T.J. Edwards, defendant. Von are hereby required to appear in an action United States coin o' the future. ve named plainbrought aeainst ynu by the "Not in our time; that Is to say, nevir, tiff in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer we hope. There is no handsomer money the complaint filed therein, witftin ten days (ei- clusiTe of the day or semce alter the cerrice in existence than our coins with the on yon of this summons If served within this served out of this county, but in splendid eagle on them, barring ou?y county : or, ifwithin this District, twenty days; otherwise that disreputable looking buzzard dol- witldn fort? days or Jtidmnent by default will be t aken yon, against according to the prayer of lar. The only trouble with coins bearsaid complaint. The said action is brought to obtain the ing the goddess or the eagle is that peojudgment of this court against the defendant ple in general do not see enough of then. for the sum of $369.70 principal with interest thereon to date amounting to M. and bis It is really a lesson in patriotisu, costs of suit. Plaintiff alleges that defendant these coins with the American eagle On waa indebted to one firm of Idelman Bros, for amount state, on balance of an acabove the them. To change them will be to de- count for goods sold and delivered to the said the request of the defendant by defendant at Vio that a has stroy sentiment grown in plaintiff ; that thereafter said Idleman Bros, asheart of the American people for a signed the said indebtedness to this plaintiff. For further and fuller particulars reference is It will do nothing but harm to hereby made to the oomplaint on file herein. And yon are hereby not tied that if yon fail to destroy that sentiment The American appear and answer the said complaint as above citizen associates the memory of Washrequired, the said plaintiff will take judgment against yon for the sum of (460.W, and inington, the Fourth of July and love of terest and costs of suit. Witness the Hon. James A. Miner country with that eagle upon our cons. judge, and the seal of the DisChange him and give him a rest anottor trict Court of the First Judicial SBAL District, in and for the Territory way if you will, but let him stay forerer of Utah, this 15th day of Nov., and ever. And may that day nersr in the year of our Lord one thous and eight hundred and ninety. come when the Goddess of Liberty shall C. H. McClcbb, Clerk. By L. B. Best, Deputy Clerk. cease to be a national emblem and shine M. V. Gilbert, Attorney for Plaintiff. in the hearts and on the coins of tM American people I ALIAS SUMMONS. ! SUMMONS. IkoQetiUs, Cancw, Tumors, LsxtiOockS, Nn !ueuffi, Scrofula, Tap Worai 1b- - dieetiue. Outit:ptioa, NeurkVa and ail I'nrat Diraaoa. Stat- - aretoUramstvdinliirhr-mgsea- Reduction Sale taU Dvep-pua- WE SHALL LT A FEW DAYS ! an- - ETerjtoJj sJa familiars hi,;h ttud aaapJy Jwx. Tom or Rax. Commence to make LV 16 1501. . .11 hMmt. M.ns. M. U. lu.i Taylur. H. l uiL Ejus, J. liaie, A. bubtilA. a nut vt ixwJuw Ikaia, ui the TernuwT of Ttak aatul uiiili u Ujt ti.Tv &uxrfl tioff&daiii. sfiK bmi.ii vt tVi. uai (ulw. vl Urn 1 hm f iLi W etM.ve l.amd iu.t ftn by liiMrirt Mirt i f ilw tint Jo. turial Dirtrtrt uf uw 1 nrntury ut t tab, and to aniirc ttk ci'1iiujI tici u.wia. within Uy innaun. uf itae day vt trrricr) afbv tU uf ti.i amriee us 4ahuu if arrvd aitLia (hi eouuty: or. it hrrd out of tiua inil ia dunrirt. wiUiia tweutt dais: ti,t ewuatj. wntua forty days r jutliriupnt by tir u 1 wlU he laiegi aniL,t oa,accurdiu4 U tb rayr uf ai4 eun.iaiitt. l tut mij artiua i bruuetit to lurerluaa a cer- taiu akurwraa1 oa eertku tuortraired preuuaaa ( wiiii at the rata uf (it sua uf evat per aanuia ln the eifht day of B. July. aaiut the dWcttdanu rattun. Alcaauiler al. York aud Boot-r- t Kobtn. sua, or fur IL turn of &a IIkjwu d Alart wuk iaurM at U rat ot ewht per aeat aBoam fruaa the Slst day of July, IvD. and that as sous as eumcMut at aaid aaangagea praauaaa have bma auld to pay said amount with coat, tli at tlie aal erase, aud Uli arttoa veaaain se th docket fur the mammy ui balaaes (3a) al an--a with intareat at the rate of S per cent fruBB Jaly Stst, aud tae nsurtgaaw hea on eertaia soav utwribed ia loe fully prviny. plaint bamia. be retataed antil said emoaat be eunw dua. that iudgmant ba Uaan rendered (or said amount, interest and eoeta, and the balance uf said aaurtgaged pranmia r so much tliereuf aa be aeoasaary, be sold to pay aaid amount, iuteraat and coats ; and for a at uray fee to the aunt of SWIO; that the usual decrve may be made for tha forecloe-ar- e of said aoortgair and fur the sale of said premise, according to the law aud the practice of this court of this district ; that the proceed of aaid sale mil be applied to the payment of the cost of toe court and exiafts of aale ana attorney's fee, and the amoe.nl due the nlain- tiff ; and that aaid defendant and each of them and all persons claiming under them or either of them suhaequeut to the execution of aaid mortgage dml on said iriuicte. either as utir- cbatw i, inctinibrancerit, or otherwine may be barnKl and torerlHied of all right, claim or and eouity of rtiemttmti in the t.eid every part tliirnil, and that plaint ill may have judgment agaiin-- t Auguttm li. PatUrn. Alexan tier M. York and Hoh,rt Kobinain, aud that execution iau agamM them for any which may remain an it aiuilyiag all the uro- oie,li of the sale of nnid preniiMie pninkrly ap- 'hcaole to the nti(ariion of the jmtguieiit. Ihatthe iilaiutiff or any fitlier tarty to tlie suit may iiwcome a purchaser at said sale; that tlie United Matin man-ha- l execute a doed to the purrhiiaer; that said purrliaMr be let into on prwiiictioa of tlie poMieaMoii of the premiM U.S. marshal's deed therefor; and that the ilaintitf may have surh other or further relief n tlie ptvnnMs as to this court may neem meet and equitable. For further and fuller particulars reference is hereby made to the complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified that if yoa fail to apiar and answer the complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. Jamee A. Miner, Judge, and the seal of the District coort of the First cial District, in and for the Territory of Utah, tins 9th day of July, in the year of our Lord on thousand, eight hundred and titMi Irf, H:L1 n: i ff . m tL- ta " 1 uitot llt ir lv, a ftt l- pr -, ny ie ' Jndi-SlA- t,. ninety one. C. H. MoClcri, Clerk. Best, Deputy Clerk. C F. Loorauiaow, Attorney for Plaintiff. By L. B. MARSHAL'S SALE. In the District Court for the First Judicial District, Order of sale and decree of foreclosure. C. M. Culbertwin, Plaintiff, va R. L. Armstrong, Luelia Slater and II. M. O'Haver, Defendants. Under and by virtue of aa order of sale and decree of foreclosure issued out of the District Court, at Ogden City, Weber county and Territory of Utah, on the SOth day of June 189L, in the above entitled action, wherein C. M. C albert son the above named plaintiff, obtained a decree against JL Li. Armstrong, indgment and and H. M, O'Haver, defendants, on the 19th dav of June 1R91 which said decree was, on thaSlth, day of June 1891, recorded ia Judgment Book of said court, at page, I am commanded to sell. All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate in the City of Ogden, County of Weber and Territory of Utah, and bounded and described as follows, to wit : Tin north half of block nine, and the north half of block thirty-fir- e in Nob Hill addition to Ogden City. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the 11th day of July 1M1. at Twelve o'clock noon of that day, in front of the County court house, in the Cityof Ogden, (bounty of Weber and Territory of Utah, 1 wi 1 in obedience to saidorderof sale and decree of foreclosure, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs judgment with interest thereon and costs, to the highest and beet biiider for cash, lawful money of the United States of America. Elias H. Parsons, TJ. S. Marshal. W. Bitoher, Deputy U. S. Marshal. By OoDKM Crrv, June 20th 1.H91. Evans & Rogers, Attorneys for Plaintiff. The above sale is continued until Saturday the 1st. day of August, 1991 at 12 o'clock m, of that day. Elias H. Parsons, V. S. Marshal. By W. Butcher, Deputy U. S. MarchaL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Utah Powder Company. Location of principal place of business, Saa Francisco, California. Location of works, Weber county, Utah territory. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors held oa the 10th day of Jane, 1391, an assessment (No. 6) of Fifty (50) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payaole immediately in United States gold coin, to the secretary, at tha office of the company, 32& Montgomery street, room 13, San Francisco California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 17th day of July, 1891, will be deliquent and advertised for Bale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on Friday, the 7th day of August, 1S91, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with costs of advertising, and expenses of sale. By order of the board of directors. A. Chbhinant, Office 328 Montgomery Francisco, California. Secretary. street, room 13, . Saa t's Clothing House! ft.n g 366 Twenty-Fourt- h St, where Everything is being Sacrificed to Raise Money. Don't Delay if you want to Buy G os at fifty per cent. Less lhan You Can Buy Elsewhere, M-de- nt l the Russian peasantry as from ar i ffler reason that the czar is using such aarainst the Jews at oreoerit. r--tv rv T.H.McCLURE. Ry L. B. BK3T. Dgjtj Clerk. Clerk. Attorneys fur Plaintiff, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No. 1043. Land Office at Salt Laka City, Utah, I I July 11, 1391. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate judge ot Morgan county, Utah, at Morgan, Utah, on Angast 29, 1891. via : Ole Olson homestead entry 9U93, for the southeast quarter of section 20, township 5. north of range i east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and onluvatioa of. aid land, via : Samuel Campbell, William B. Campbell. Charles Criddle, Jerediah G. Little, all of Littleton, Morgan county. Utah. Khaki D. Hobbs, Regis tar 8. W. Daesb, Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 1010. Land Office at Salt Lake City. Utah, I June 19, 1891. t Notice ia hereby given that the following-name- d notice of his intention to filed settler has make final proof in support of his claim, and made before the register be that said proof will and receiver at Salt Lake City, Utah, on August 1, 191, viz : John Slater, Homestead I Entry No. 91M, for th H swlt sea. 1, tp 8, n, r west. He names th following witnesses to prova his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land via : James Martin, of Harrisvilhy. Frederick Foy of Blatervills, Bluford Bybe of Slaterville, Joseph Toylor, of Harrisville, ail of Weber County Utah. FeimD. Ho as, Register. ' Bird A Low, Attorneys tor PiaUh.