|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY. JULY 17, 1691. DRUGGISTS. aSCuiiggra4QtAii: Forget 3 yo of jtycr Latia k&4 Creek 1 1x11.5 tLU ' ftcaauo, lira mxt is and tarsia ywsx vh&tk at real life t&e 1st f Septembez First and Greatest c&a J. Y. McNUTT & CO., la enn ol mnevrdk it Li beea faatd tL tiaue sr subject to it most who Cat itxkarig liqaun, irlicoa tala imthe at4 cLag their gajraeaU aoct too often. Ia cane of Biiatrt.ke rtmove tbe IiUett instantly to th thade, in the air, if pcasUe, a&d eeol for a doctiB tor. Pot ke or ioa ctAl water npoo bis bea4 at once, an! bisd posaici ice or i.e cold water abemt hit wrkta, acl try Do ways to rt3 ace Lin tetaperatare. not give biia any brandy a&d do Lot let crowds gather about tim. DRUGGISTS, - nnFEEnmdToiniETiciis, Doom Uroru OIGAES. CraW by Hail FramptSy AUmhM to Uttx Bu, Koar Young, OODES far W. L. Paaglaa kee. Ak airfarBrat I r Ml la roar plant If tiMicr la raiaiaaar. acara la ae-aa4 irt Ikeaa far )a. a. fr f irtlhk ft BiTiTl WHY TE-- J IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE .fP.",, EN S3 BEST SHOE In TH dhlO FOR IN THE It la a to aurt ib au in, with made of u KOKETf wax thread r Una calf, at vlina wt n aad ruv, and eraiM non afcura of tkta yraxls tha ttnp "ittj-- r mtanufart urer, K euala iiauJ-aw- t ah' wa uattta fr. .rij f ujw Ic, $ u. tlad-ri.rtoaSiteatealf ttM.eaair cr ourrn rur equal f ranca Haa4-ave- a' Writ Khar, fins ratr, CA MBtylUb. i cuBifurlabie and durable. Tb l ahoe avr at thta prtr ; .ant grade aa cua to .,j. .turn cutting from Ilea fbon turmen. Kallmad CO IDaadFaLHlert'arrlrraall earlhni; nuacaif. mrva uua, aalca aeanuvva, amuuf-ifiiMic, na ualr will wear a war. edjtr. d flae ealfi no brttr nhoti ever otfarM at aVa&a thla price; on trial wilt coatriuea tUuae o want a ho for comfort and atrvir. J M W arkluamaa'a ahoaa 'iiara ry ttntttf and durable. Tam who given ihTn a uial will wear Boothwtnaaa. an.a r ana' !..! i.00 a w 0 Ce wa h-- t.rtt-ix- (ro-Bia- i Hi-- n y tffl O jra tia RauoI abl iu uwir mania, a I nrilao film Ootijrnla, auvai9 Mur mhw. llaDd-orw- hi, rd boat vrryuylt.ti:ejuala a (. aR). iutuurid ant coallnu from '..AO, Hl.ttO and 1.3 ahoe for (.aire tmat nne iHuiguia. hryiiiiti and durable, lamirvtiie 4 i that W. L. bouidaa' and aelloa. Srtoa ara alaaiped ou hp 1! t m of ahua. . , W. U IMJVUU&. Unxklua. Haa. , 80I.D BY W. H. WRIGHT A. CO. Waahinfftoa Ara.. Oariimi. Nn. wh unit SONS ttn nn NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No. 973. at Salt Lake City. Ftnh, ) May a, IWt. f Nut loo la harnby ehna that the foUowint-tiamesettler haa flle) notice of hla iutantion to make tlual proof in uiMrt of hie claim, and that aaid proof will b tnile before the Comity Clerk of Moritun comity. Utah, at Morau City, on July 17, im. Tin: Cull, William OaJnn. H. E. 8397. for the aoM tv aeV, uo ae', sectioD 32, towaahip i, mirth 2, east. rnr He mm the following witnmtana to prore hit continuous rcutMpnne nion an cultivation of aid lami, iz: .(olin Oreen. William H. Croft, Hilaa H. Card, Kilboiira Hall, all of Eatorprixe Jlorgaa county, Utah. Kbnk D. Hobb. Register. W. 8 Darke. Attxirnny for Plaintiff. Land Office d t. 1 GEO. A. LOWE. -D- EALER IN - 111 ements 1 aV Wagons, Buggies, ike Which In Rlirhf? In The North American Review Gen eral Rush Hawkins declares that in this republic brutality and avarice sre triumphant and ride rampant over do cency and humanity in our civilization xne government is swindled from be ginning to end in its business contracts. Railroad wrecking is a favorite Ameri can industry which "has enriched a set of individuals whose presence would auorn penal institutions. The star route thieves robbed the government of 10,000,000, while the thieves who steal government timber on public lands have been carrying on operations for fifty years. There also is the stock watering trade. which has flourished to such an extent s that of stocks and bonds amount in this country to not less than 15,000,000,000, "an indirect mortga upon the national products, industries and laborof the whole country." Avarice knows no bounds. It will palm worth less goods on the public and imperil the safety of life in its greed. Our buildings are dangerous frauds. Of the Indian agents employed by the United States it is said, "These wretches would burn down a city to roast a pig. " The brutal ity with which sheep, cattle aud hogs are treated in the west is. something to sicken tho soul of a civilized being, n ii fr1,..r.v- - an ii ana manv inese xnuigs lucicioitj, more considered, "brutality and avarice are triumphant in the United States." But no, says in reply Colonel Robert G. Ingersolh What if we do water stock? "We all know that the amount of stock issued has nothing to do with the value of the thing represented by the stock," which may be put down under the head of great truths. In closing his defense of the American people from General Hawkins' charge of universal avarice and brutality, Colonel Ingersoll uses these eloquent words: a Turbine Wheels, Ensines Saw Mills. Wagon Material, Heavy Hani- - ware, Iron and Steel. Baker Barbed Black' Wire, smith Tools, Etc. OGDBN UTAH. SSSm) H from ilie nrinarr orf unsarearmitwi bySanUi.Jlidyi ( .anflitlee wlthmit.tnvt,vfw,inT,ri t Irice MI. (if a r.T. 1 mm liirsiT OTP. O. BOX 2081, Kew YorkJ (iiscuarires PRINTING INKS! To Printers and Publishers : The Commercial Foblishino Company is carrying a large and select stock of Standard, Fine and Superfine News, Poster and Job Inks. Roller and Tablet Siies and Varnishes also Composition. iaf o atock. Those in need of inks will do wekept ' tc bar of Tas Cokmbboiat.. Cures Big O Is the leadingaeknewledgeti remedy tor Moarrb:jt (.loft. The sue only remedy for 111 "1TSDAY8 fif u Uorai.tl um ttuttten. Ijeaeorrhoea 1 Mraaai't The Ev8 &" OsCTl, D.a.. i(V or Whites. Dreseribc it and safe m rerorr. mending it to all sufferers. a. j, .ki TONER. M. D IJWJATlia. Iu- Sold tiw brUaTifaaU, mm m m ta''i, fl v- Restored. Vcnknri., ciy. NrTaiineiui, llrblllty. and all Hie train of evils from early errors or latr excetM.fl 4iie resnlts of overwork, sicknpH. worry, etc fr'uli lrt"st.li, development, and tone Blven to every oriian and portion of the body. Simple, natural methods. Immediate Improvement sepn Failure aroposalble. S.0K1 referenct. ISm.k. eiplanatiom avid proof mailort irenled) frf'e. ERIC MSOlCAk CO., BUFFALO, H, Y There Is In our country no real foundation for these wide and sweeping slanders. This, in my judgment, is the best government, the best country, in the world. The citizens of this repuDiic are, on tneaverage, better clothed and fed aud educated than anyother people. They are fuller of life, more progressive,, quicker to take advantage of the forces of nature, than any other of the children of men. Here the ouraens of government are lichtest. the rnsnnn. sibilities of the individual greatest, and here. 111 my j uugmenr, are to De worked out the most Important problems of social science. Here in America is a finer sense of what is due from man to man than vou will find in other lands. We do not cringe to those whom chance has crowned. We staud erect. Our sympathies are strong aud quick. Generosity is almost a national failing. The hand of honest want Is rarely left unlilled. Great calamities open the hearts aud bauds of all. Here you will find democracy in the ism by the fireside. Say what you will, the family Is apt to fie patterned after the government. If a king is at the head of the nation, the husband imagines himself the monarch of the home. I:i fliis country we have carried into the family the idea no which tbe Here husbands and government Is bused. wives are beginning to be etmals. . The highest test of civilization istbetavat-men- t of women and children. UyMii standard America stands tiri anions nations. There is a magnitude, a scope, a grandeur, about lids country -- an amplitude- - Unit satisfies the heart ami the imagination. We have our faults, we have our vii tiu. tint our country is he best. No Anu.Ti-.uis'l'iuld ever write ;i line that can be aritcriiigly um.ie.1 by an enemy of the great republic. mm a mm m Frit ay, July 17. cheap fob cash. J. f. mmTrw infilSr. f Nnnr. ae-C$06- I ' House iiLk, c,r. A,' Manager Ogden House. T HHH iiwt I c-- V t 1 i i --z- v- v - K n,,HPAWV 0 Ttt-hxi-t I rrr HH At WHOLESALE GKOCEBS, Liquor and Cigar Merchants Ogde- - Utah. Pocatello, Idaho. mmmM44mmm4Q$$QQm44m4$4 CARL UPMANN'S AI STRATTON k STORM'S Positively No Other Possibly Can or will Exhibit here in August, and the An Also for VVallir, & Co. Mexican nouncement to that Effect is False Custom house hood and Deception. hand-mad- e, s C-I-Gr-A-- R-S. Attracting Everywhere the Wise and Good! From Unity to Diverse Monster Exhibitions to Richest, Rarest, Daintiest Detail, WnOI.raAI ells Brothers MILLIOIAIE-- E 5 E DEALERS OJT PABST BREWING CO'S MILWAUKEE BEER I EXPORT, SELECT BOHEMIAN AND HOFBRAU, CONSTANTLY IN STOCK, BULK AND BOTTLED, ALLIANCE! Of America, Comprise, in Always Undivided, Most Tremendous, Exclusively Pre-eeuuxi iuitnuuue, vrrttnoeur,.rurity ana reriecuon, aosolutely the ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO BE ADDRESSED TO OCR "OGDEN OFFICE." Orders respectfully solicited and Biggest Wild Moorish Caravan, Hippodrome, Menageries, Circuses, Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca, Aviary, Tropical anteed. Aqariuum, Performing Herds, Arabian Nights' Entertainment, Imperial Japanese Troupe, and Innumerable Features, reats and Pageants. Hosts of Rarest Attractions Never Before Exhibited. Infinitely More Vorjth Seeing Than you F. J. nave nver seen. More for the money than any other has ever exhibited. KIESEL satisfaction guar & CO, Junctionv. city machine works, xijismA.nx, Proprietor, 3 ju. Practical Founder and Machinist. bet WU and Lincoln. Dealer In Bteara Knginei Bollora, Tumpa. Ktc. I will fnrni.h .n Bollen, Heater and Machinery by oontrao aad do ay work n the beat ntsnner. Sen ra inii pmnpiiT anenaea to at gfton. lM)-ief- 3 over-issue- Iioad Carts, Buckboards iciilts AaNlD. 4 fifty-fourt- . AT OGDEN, Tbe little magazia Far and Near, pnbli&ked by the working girlt' aocit-ti.-s- . ba one feature that might well be followed by much more ambitious publica-tiom- . ThiB U its lessons ia every number on the government and political history of the United States. Tbe instruction u given in the form of easy Ulks between a teacher and her class, with questions and answers. Ey the time these working girls are mothers they will be able to tell their children more about the government of their own country than numbers of millionaires' wives can do today. Tbe exports of food products are this year showing a decline over the corresponding mouths of last year. Perhaps this is already the beginning of the time predicted by economists, when the United States will have no wheat, corn, pork or beef to export, but will need it all for home consumption. The prediction is also made that then will come as prosperous times for farmers as they enjoyed at the close of the war. It may be so. Still. England has for many years consumed considerably more than her fanners could produce, and yet the British agriculturist has not been prosperous. Dr. Francis L. Patton, president of Princeton college, recently preached the one hundred and h baccalaureate sermon in that venerable institution. It was a striking sermon in some reDr. Patton confessed himself spects. disheartened when he saw how men, Christians in other respects, denied essential Christian truth. lie said Christianity was not a life, but a doctrine, and a life because it was a doctrine. And he declared in effect that Christian dogma was more Important that Christian life, using these remarkable words, "Now, I dare say if I must choose between life and dogma I would say that Christianity is not a life, but a dogma." y ! Twenty-thir- d '' iiiu yjmmu meat iviarKet GREENVVELL& FRONK, Props. mmwmmh lenis, 1116 Most Trains, The Most Cages, The Most Cars, The Mostinmost Ihe Most Prodigies, The Most Wild Beasts. .The Most Amphibia, 1 he Most Thoruchbreds. The Mont, Artists. Thn Moot. Inn Tl,-- . A1..o Tbe Most Olympian Stages, The Most Music, The Most Trained Animals, The Most Races, The Most Great, Performers, The Most Lady Riders, Tbe Mont Clowns, J he Most Ponies.i Tha MobI,- PhsnnmnniL , Tha .MV,C i EMn.1 n . , i' jjuiouu vai ijivmip. The Most Oriental Actors, Tbe Most Instruction, The Most Fun for Everybody 1 n vmar m nnn artnn ' u i wui tail it. Alio ititrm. rifiiriiriHH iub iuobt, oatmraciioo, The Most Applause, The Most Peoole uuu uuuur; kipoutj Ut tuis jt ooi vouiu xLaUuineraL: . . -- - ' 1 Only and CYRENE, The Unly Great Spanish Dancer. The Be witching Incarnation of Emo tional Art. Appearing in Long Skirts Only. Fresh Meats of all Kinds, Fish Every Friday. Poultry and Game- Deliveries made to all parts of the city. io. 2422 Washington Avenue, Ogdcn, aaattWagi N. C. Preshaw. F. H. King. PRESIIAAV The only pair of $100,000 Living TREMENDOUS The onlv Elfland pair of Lilioutian Cattlp. 1 He ot tioek Giant Ostriches. The onlv only vvna Australian utterly i iainess norse. HIP-OPOTA- hull-grow- n KeicniBB iuri unampions of Every Nation! Heroes and Heroinra in TTnrcA. manship! 1 he ISeunty, Grace and Skill of all Arenas! The Challentje Bareback Riders of all Earth! Charioteers and Ladv Jock Circuit of Twenty Centuries! Useful Knowledge Made Attractive to the Child! me wiles ana monsters or Kare Liivmg Things! The Only Great Show You Will See Here This Season! Giving rree to All, he Most & CO., Glorious Holiday Street Parade! I One Ticket Admitting to All- Two Performances Dailv. - ' At 2 mm,1 ot' p. m. TA uoors open one nour previous. Funeral Directors S453-5-- & Washington Ave, Ogden. Embalmers, Telephone 115. Full Line of Metallics, Wood Caskets and Coffins en hand. Prompt wnd Careful Attention to all orders. Embalming and Preparing Bodies for Shipment a Speciality. A ONLY WHITE IIEAIISE IN THE CITY.