|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
O jDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: TnCKSAY. JULY 1C, 1891. LAST WEEK! ASHBY'S GEE AT FREE GIFT SALE. LAST WEEK! of Shoes Free, we have decided to add another Free Gift to the purchaser of every Fifth Pair of Shoes In order to c ive more of our customers an opportunity to get a Pair $4-0worth Free of all Cost- - Also, we will continue far a short tine longer, to give to the Purchaser of Every of the world, "Atlas bought for cash, a copy of Rand & McNally's 0. Tenth rair ox rrrr bhoes, Uougnt lor iasn, - u 01 FIFfH AND TENTH PAIR COME AXD GET THE IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING ! ! nine before it have been bought by One or Nine different persons No matter whether they happen tnhf $i.;o, 3. 5. or $3 Shoes, Every Fifth and Tenth pair goes Free whether the in Avoid the rush and come early in the morning. like it in ever exceed Ogden! Nothing not which $1.00 attempted price. does 'Nothing will be counted ASHBY'S, ljr Oijjc-- BOOTS AND SHOES GIVEN AWAY! 2337 Washington Aye. . Li?cU?nant Colonel Elale. cf tl Eritish nicy, writ- in TLe JTlBeteecli Ontary a PPr on thii iot ject mediehocld aitntt Hie attention of the It is wfcll cal profession ererj-wLert- t known thit wht-- a person is aspbyxi-te- d ly gas or is drowsed th&t tie incuse the is, primarily, absence of orygen longs. ELdale'i ides, is, briefly, that oxygen should be tnraed in a strong current into the lungs of such a subject, thus suddenly revivifying Lim and starting op again the circulation of pure Lifll) - lit 'Hood. The lieutenant colonel relates an incident from his army experience. One day a soldier engnged in emptying a war balloon filled with coal gas was overcome and fell to the ground, the heavy folds of the bidloon enveloping him completely. The officers and men brought him into the open air as quick as possible. Ee seemed dead already. El&dalo remembered the oxygen used for making the cxyhydrogen light There was a pressure of 1,000 pounds to the square inch on the tabes conducting it from the receiver. The nozzle of the tube was placed in the man's mouth and the gas turned on as lightly and slightly as possible. But a stream of the pure gas al most sufficient to burst a man's lungs was sent through him. He revived in a flash and caught the nozzle with his teeth, bo that it was difficult to remove. That accomplished, however, it was mar velous the effect the stimulating draft had on the apparently dead man. In a quarter of a minute from the time the gas was turned into his mouth the man was seized with such violent and convulsive paroxysms that his comrades had to hold him to prevent him from dashing himself to pieces. But half an hour afterward the supposed dead man walked as calmly back to his quarters as though he had not been to all intents dead thirty minutes before. He was completely recovered. The suggestions here thrown out are certainly worthy of all consideration, Many a person may be saved who is apparently drowned, if the oxygen be applied in the method suggested in the paper. How to do it Elsdale describes; mentioning also the way to He guard against oxygen explosions. believes every mine ought to be fitted with the apparatus he describes. Pa tients overcome with choke damp in mine or by carbonic acid from an old well can be resuscitated in the same way. W2 WATCHES, DIAMONDS, T. A. Cottinsiuun, M. GOOD GOODS. SIGN OF TIIE BIG CLOCK. W MRS GRAHAM'S U the Bntwtof TOILET CE KATES h. 1 37 2 5th Street. Bd' a c i u .5 5 sa o-- c cH a c a 9 m i" 4 tS EH o x 3 U3 ..Q a 5 0.w n u O 5j3 g g Ui n 2 3 i CO H I c IS 1S1 a a - u3 0 1. a itg Ci " l ii' & SHOW CASES s B w fig s HOLIDAY ee & Co., OGDEN, UTAH HOTEL, S 3 3- - a-- Till! OGDEX w PIT. OIL k Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS 2453 Washington A oue, Ogden, Utah. We carry the Finest Line of Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Soaps, Etc. in Ogden. 25c to rpRYour Boys' Short Waists, from Are not necessities, and find a market only when exhibited. The Summer Holidays are approaching and if you are not well provided, now is the time to make a show-cas- e pay for itself. We will venture to say that a good display is as valuable as a good salesman. Soliciting your recognition of our line and your patronage, we are Very Respectfully Yours, g.s J.J AVE marked Ml MM. 40c. down Glass and Queensware to close out. JMBROIDERIES we retail at wholesale J)J!ICE our Ladies' Shawls, and JNQUIRE for our Corsets prices. you will buy one. we sell them cheap. QPERA FASCINATORS of the latest styles just arrived. JJRIME RIBBONS JVERY gILK PICNICIANS GRADE and shade of Velvets at a bargain. HOSIERY of all gEAMLESS FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. HANDKERCHIEFS kinds-pr- ! ice them. in Endless Variety; also perfumery rJ,0VELS, Napkins and Tablecloths we are Headquarters for. QTTOMAN and Table Tidies of the Latest Patterns. JEMEMBER the People's Store has the Largest Assortment The Finest and Freshest Assortment of PICNIC and LUNCH GOODS to be found Everything in Canned Meats, Game, Pates, Pickles, Olives, Cheese and an Endless Variety of Crackers and Biscuits. Call and see me when you are in need of any. Grand Opera House Building, 2516 Yashington Avenue. of all shades and grades at low figures. J ACES we sell cheaper than the cheapest. iiU JjH'ERYBODY ; of Neckwear. is invited to call and inspect them. First Store East of Postoffice, on Twenty-fourt- Street. h " ill E. FRIEDERICH. BROTHERS. BROWNING CVden 155 Main St. Salt 2461 Washington Avenue, WE IIAVE Lake Citv- - 3aby Bonnets ! BIG REDUCTIONS! A CAR LOAD OF AFETY gICYCLE8 ! 10c and UPWARDS! ill 4! Baby Wardrobe Complete! EMBROIDERIES! Knit and Muslin Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Aprons and Fans, Art Needlework Materials, Stamping And Sixty million dollars in gold have been Bent out of this country to Europe since the beginning of the present year. But the issues of bullion notes by the government will more than offset the loss of this money from the country. Dobson The People's Store C GODS HAVE TO. r, wiOfiairt. 3 eg tfl in ca B Im S o 0.-- nam talkee-talke- e P3 S Him Q ,3 aa Street. h 1 Most merchants are converts to advertising, but they do not all recognize advertising as an art. To advertise effectively, one must first make known what one has to sell, and on making that known one must put the goods on ebhibi(ion in an attractive form. We do not conduct an intelligence offce. nor do we edit a newspaper, so we can not make your goods known, but we Can assist you in displaying them. What your sneives win not do your ca CO Is 0j J a "3 W Twenty-fourt- Telephone 07. To the Mercantile Men! a CD r s. a P3 a " treatment for WM. DRIVER & SON, V, 3 5 82.5 .5 a 5 e THE HATTERS! Remember. I am the onlv Laundrv man in Ocrden own- - UN DEI t BROOM ing and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery X'A, 3 'SO 9 LiilM Atterbury, M o Catarrh-Diseas- of Genito Urinary OrDiseases of Rectum, gans. viz piles, fistula and fissures treated without operation. Cancers removed without the knife. The above named doctors are regular graduates and have permanently opened GEO. A. CEAIG, PEOP., in the nmkiu utl cloto-lxtrthus proTratinv the formation of Kdiidera the kiu dulitfhtfulljr toft, wriukUw. smooth and velvety. Contain no miutral oil. or animal fata and unlike plyeerine and Adeline and kindred don not proLair on the face. It u mote the growth of preparations, nice to uae before applying face powders, anil to protect the .kin from wind and iun Pric 75c. For sale with all other of Gra- ham' preparation by all Oitdon drug-Mr- Soothing. Hralint nd ClMnninir hiKlift detfrm. It lis the quality of t tilth brra and the rkiti Diseases peculiar to Women. All forms of offices for consultation and practice of various specialties. Having had advantage from the leading Hospital and Specialists of the East, feel confident in assuring the public that all advantages will be given cases equal to Eastern Specialists. Hour. 1 to 11a.m. I Office over Poetoffice, No. 321 OGDEN, UTAH : TO Antiseptic Surgery in all it department. The "KOCH LYMPH iuberculosia. Microscopical Examinations made. LOW PHICES. STEAM II. C. CottuiKiuun, M. 1 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, Faradic and Static Electricity used. CLOCKS, 24G 3 WASHINGTON AYE. : I. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN' Sterling and Hated Silverware. Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties of every descrip tion. Diamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. : ASHBY'S THE OGDEX SPECIALISTS. THE LEADING JEWELERS. Speech Without Words. Julian Hawthorne has hit on an idea that is worthy of his illustrious father. It is that civilized individuals have outgrown the meaua of communication by the method, and need some other way of expressing their thoughts. Speech is clumsy, laborious and ill adapted to its end. The vowels express emotion naturally, but the consonants are mere artificial, arbitrary, meaningless sounds, liko the printed alphabet, and are wholly inadequate to the wants of the race that is already here, saying nothing of the coming one. Therefore, says J. 11., let us throw audible speech overboard and adopt some means of communication more worthy a race that is highly developed intellectually and psychologically. Then language can no more be used to conceal thought. We shall speak mind to mind, 6oul to soul. The best part of this kind of communication would be that it would do away with lying. Mar may tell his friend a whopper by audible speech now, but if mind speaks to mind in the way Mr. Hawthorne suggests then the friend would read the other man's mind in a flash, and whopping even of the most infinitesimal kind would be impossible. If the bell boy said you were not at home when your creditor called, the creditor would read by intuition the bell boy's mind and would know it was not so. In short, if Mr. Hawthorne's method of talking mind to mind should come into fashion the foundations of society would be broken up. For this reason let as all hope it will not come in our time. Two ways of communicating are suggested by the writer. One is the method of telepathy or mind reading, thought Then the thoughts of transference. every human being will be an open book to everybody else. T.he other method suggested is that of conversing by the expressions of the face. This method the writer prefers. We shall use the delicate nerves of the face, says Mr. Hawthorne, especially those of the eyes and mouth. Our faces will then grow beautifully mobile and expressive. But how we shall talk in the dark Mr. Hawthorne does not explain. 2337 Washington Aye. List frico. Our Price, Men siso, Men's eizH, thirty-inc- h wheels, adjustable, tone beaniw. f)0.W wheels, ball bearings t both wheels.. Mi.00 ball bearings to wheals and perfala.. VU.UO VWKi l Si.'JO List Price. Our Price. Vouth s Size adjustable cone bearings Hoys Size, adjustable cone bearings. .. . Girls' Triciicles, all sizes and prices A1m $J.' uo 35 00 l'.00 Pinking. Cameras, which are the Onlv tFWe have just received some Kodak olu illustrated CATALOGUE IS FttE TO ALL.Firt THE BAZAAE, Cor. A mature Camera made. Class v Twenty-fourt- h & Grant.