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OHDKX DAILY COMMKUCiAL: SAT I' K DAY. 1 THE BEPTIIUHSS MET tetanic Ht ead anl Carneo. ch&Ir- - WOOLLY. CCKJEr. "J b Bpa at tKtuoos til Mr. Wt....y .tdre Li t.2u. ILe vote 6Uwd a folioas: J if'd ..... Fnll County Ticket Entmd Vbjdwari ....... A V--- For the Eice. 0tr ite fVm'in SUCCESSOR SXYDER VEil & AND EXAMI.NL. J. D. Murphj that the moved secre- tary cafct the unanimous vote of the con- vection for Mr. Corey. The motion was ddegatea gathered at unty court houMto hold a coun- earr;i. 10J HORNBY k TO ROBINSON, A m d, 1 iteldt AKirVaJ CONNECTION. CARMAN. 2345 Washington Ave. tigar e, e. STARTLING DEVELOPMENTS. J. L. Wallace arose and explained that he had made a discovery, lie had found out what the Liberal party was good for. He had just been talking with a man, J. A. Stephens, who signed the republican roll and who now said he would vote the liberal ticket and be had said that if a man wanted office in Weber county he must belong to the Liberal party. (Great enthusiasm.) Cannon was called on for a speech and declared that after the experience of the democratic convention he regarded speech making as an infernally dangerous thing. He believed that the first fight of the republican party was AGAINST THE LIBERAL PARTY and second against the democrats. He had long been tired of the old fight in Utah and wanted a change. The party campaign committee needs money. If we can get a little money ahead we will hire Rhodes to stump the county for the Democratic party. (Cheers.) The convention then adjourned with cheers for the success of republicanism in Weber county. For Sale August 1st. The Ogden Fbeemait Publishing House and Grounds, including the lot 24x80 feet, and brick building, will be sold at private sale under orders of the probate court, on August first. Bids must be handed into the law office of Breeden 4 Gunnell, 2408 Washington avenue, between now and August first. This is choice "inside" property, being the same now occupied by Alfred H. Nelson. There are but two chief crossings of Washington avenue; one is at Twenty-fourt- h and the other at Twenty-fiftis street; and of the two, Twenty-fourt- h the better because the City Hall square knocks out the best part of Twenty-fifttwo-stor- y h h. This property, by expending a little money for repairs, will bring a rental per cent, on equivalent to twenty-fivthe investment. Title guaranteed perfect Take your wife with you to the 'concert next Tuesday night. e This is Liberal Weber county. Day in This week boots and 6hoes are beings for is for the Do not make any engagements next Tuesday night, unless it concert. Are You Interested? The following frank statement from J. E. Hare, of Trenton, Texas, will be of interest to many of our citizens: bad off for two "My little boy was very We used vamonths with diarrha-a-. rious medicines, also called in two Doctors, but nothing done him any good until we used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy, which gave immediate relief and soon cured him. I consider it the best medicine made and can conscientiously recommend it to all who need a diarrhoea or colic medicine." For sale by W. D. Driver & Son, and all leading druggista. Will vou be at the concert next Tues day night? Every Liberal opposed to havinsr a church rule the State should rally with the Liberals Tonight. N. M., Daily Citizen, contains the follow- -' 13., THE EMINENT lr?t Uintah Timothy Kindall, Frederick KendalL Second Ogden Precinct J. E. Cool-idgJames Beeston. Fourth Ogden Precinct IL C. Ward- leigh, IL E. Steela Cannon moved that the delegations oe authorized to fill vacancies on their tickets. Carried. The delegates from the country pre cincts were notified to meet at the Hut Springs with the delegates from Box Elder on the M, to nominate a candidate for the council. A resolution was presented favoring a change of the time of holding the county election from August to November. Adopted. The committee on nominating a central committee reported the following names: Jno. W. Metcalf, of the first precinct; J. S. Painter, of the second precinct; W. R. White of the fourth precinct; T. A. Stevens of the fifth precinct; Robert Cowan, of Slaterville; Milo Sharp of Plain City; C. E. Grapevine, of River-dal- rasoB, LL. as! ib!r.fMt br m Staff t"Mhu. Pritat at Brown Ujt-1- , atedicai eiauiiiiatk-- KICK ty convention. A. IL. Hey wood culled th convection to order and prefaced with a food hit about "carried vote" Q, O. H j ar 1 mo vi d t' a the chairmaa and secrUrjr of tha central oomta tte act aa tampor ary c hairman and secretary of tha convention. Carried. On tha motion of J. S. Fainter a committee on credential waa appointed. The chair appointed J. 8. Painter, 11 . Stratford, E. W. Wade, W. L. Steward and A. C Barrows. On motion of E. M. Allison a commit Lee on permanent organization waa appointed a follows, W. R. White, Moroni Skeen, Alfred Berritt, Wm Sewell and A. T. Wright. The committee on permanent organization reported as chairman H M. Alli-oOn aa secretary J. E. Barley. motion of J. L. Wallace the report waa adopted. L. M. Allison, in taking the chair, said that it had been frequently remarked that any party ought to be proud of such a convention. (Applause.) The demo-rrat- a have claimed Weber county and Utah territory, but they have been rois- Mr. Cannon and ray self are taken. members of the City Council. We reCOl'NTT SELECTMEN. cently granted a franchise to the Ogden Lvman Skeen, of Plain City, Wm. City Electric Street Railway company. It waa obtained Smith, of Huntsville, Adam Patterson, of Otfden, Alfred Barret, of North Ogden CNDl.K FALSE PRETENSES. John C. Child, of Kiverdale, were We had no idea that we were giving a and nominated aa candidates for the onice of franchise to a democrat io corporation, selectmen. i Cheers. Wben Judge Khodesstood up On motion of Rev. A. Bailey it was before that council and pleaded for that made the sense of the J. convention franchise we supposed be wanted it for one selectman be chosen from that the the benefit of the whole city, and not for country and one from the city. the democratic poitioa alone. I am sure 1 he vote tor selectmen was announced that no workingman will be deceived by as follows; 50; Smith, 13; Barret, a party which in ite platform declares 17; Child, 5.Skeen, Mr. Skeen was made the for the interests of labor ana then cheers nominee by unanimous vote. the sentiments of a speaker who says Adam Patterson waa nomiaated for to vote is too man good that "any why the selectman from the citv. for the democratic ticket is too good to A. J. Stone was named but declined. work for the street railway company." On motion of J. D. Murphy Mr. Patdenied the In concluding, the chairman was unanimously elected. terson charges made by John T. Caine that the On motion of E. A. Littlefield a comreElmunds-Tucke- r law was of purely mittee on resolutions wiis appointed with publican origin. Kev. A. J. as chairman. Major J. E. Baeley declined the nomination Littlefield, Bailey of Ogden; Sydney O. Stevens for secretary aa he was a lawyer and no or iNorth Samuel Dye, of Uintah' one could iead his writing. Andrew and J. H. Ogden; Bevina, of Harrisville were ap to selected was this Plain of Rose, City pointed. place notwithstanding bis declaration Ben E. Rich took the floor and stating t hat he was a worse penman than Mr. he understood that the people of Ogden Hftfflev. had nothing to do with electing the The committee on oredentials reported superintendent wild he favored the following delegates present and en county selecting a man from the country. He titled to seats: nominated John W. Gibson of North ConfTRY DELEGATES. Ogden and that gentleman was unani Huntsville.P. C. Wangsgard, J. IL mously selected. The chair announced a committee of Brown, Christen Schadie, W. G. Smith. Harrisville. Lyman Schurthff, Robert five, E. T. Hulaniski, E. W. Smout, Robert Evans, W. T. Beardsley and Joseph Fisher. Richard Hayes, Temple Short. Pleasant View. E. W. Wade, Andrew Fife to choose a county central commit Rose. tee of seven. Rev. Bailey aa chairman Plain City. Robert I Davis, William of the committee on resolutions report It. Stewart. Milo Sharp. Moroni Stein. ed the rollowing: North Ogden. A. S. Tocne, William THE PLATFORM. Spackman, Alfred Barrit, Sydney O. "We, the Republicans of Weber Stevens. county in convention assembled declare Uintah. Samuel Dye, AlmaKeyes. "First That the principles and poliSlaterville. John Cowan, Robert Cow- tics of American government can be as n. J. Parley Howell, E. W. Smout. Marriott. Herbert Salisbury, Timo advantageously and as safely applied in Utah as in any other portion of the thy Terry. for this reason National political Hooper. J. II. Bevans, P. L. Onh, parties ought to be organized; and that Laonidas Clark. Riverdale. Joseph Fife, C. E. Grape- - the nartieR whinh were Aatflhlinhed fnr an emergency, and which were un- wine. West Weber R. McFarland, R. N, American in ineir nature except in so Hunt, John W. Hart, and Antoni Frork. much as they were remedial and tem- Wilson W. B. McFarland, William TmrarArilv nercwuiarvJ I nnnnnf lnnaar ft w serve any helpful purpose and ought Sewall. At i aliilocal All Eden James M. Chambers, George A. inereiore to De aiscontinuea. Dunbar. manently promoted, and all evils which CITY DELEGATES. do or may exist can be most easily and First precinct John W. Metcalf, Wil judiciously corrected as such things are liam F. Critchlow, R. D. Robins, JoLn uoue in uiner pari oi me oation, Dy D. Patterson, Sydney Stevens, Joseph L. discussions in National nnlit.iral nnrtiaa X. P. William Pancoast, Carlson, J. and by legislation in harmony with the Beardsley. legislation in me several states and of Second Precinct M. V. Graves, J. E. the National mitornmont Coelidge, J. S. Painter, A. R. Haywood, Second To continue the Liberal party C. H. McClure, H. H. Thomas, O. O. aiter me reopie s party has been disHoward, Jr., Jas. Burton, Sol Gunter, solved, savors more of selfishness and Jas. G. Moyes. cowardice than of t.hnt. araa hanrtcA Third Precinct C. A. Barrows, Ben patriotism which ought to be cultivated E. Rich, Levi Billings, J. E. Bagley, M. in a nation which, in the language of the J. Stone, A. I. Stone. immortal Lincoln is "a government of L. I. L. Fourth Precinct Clark, John the people, by the people and for the Wallace, H. E Stesle, A. T. Wright, E. people." Stratford, J. V.Bluth, E. M. Allison, Jr., Third We endorse in substance the W. R. White, J. D. Murphy, A. J. Bailey. principles of as declared Fifth Precinct R. IL.G. Minty, Thos. from time to republicanism time by the conventions of - We favor J. Stevens, H. M. Derbrow, E. A. Little-fiel- the Republican party.the Frank J. Cannon, John S. Hontz, fostering of American and the E. T. Hulaniski, C. C. Brown, W. H. protection of Americanindustries, labor. While we May, F. D. Hurlburt. welcome to our land all those who love not Birch were creek and Kainsville our institutions and who come here to represented. establish themselves as peaceable, industrious and loyal American citizens, we NOMINATIONS. are oppesed to the importation of conmoved that E. J. any delega- tract Murphy labor, and to the admission to our tion that was not "full" he allowed to lftnd nf nnnnara nriminala fenm tk count the votes of the absrnt delegates. lands. We believe that every citizen deleOn motion of Ben E. Rich the who is legally entitled to a vote should gates from the country were allowed to be protected in the free exercise of tbat withdraw to makes nomination for a against the threats nnd intimirlo member of the legislature from the right tions of those who seek to either control of outside the city. country such vote or prevent the casting of it. Frank J. Cannon nominated Capt. E. Fourth We favor the impartial enT. Hulaniski as candidate for the terri- forcement of all laws, hor.h Nat no been 'wuuu UUIA torial council. There having local. moved other nominations Mr. Cannon Fifth We favor the free and unlim. to make his nomination unanimous and ited of American silver into the gallant captain "came forward and money.coinage him in thrust honor the upon .accepted Sixth We owe it as .a neat little speech in which he com- present and the future toa duty to the provide free Demoto the Liberal the party pared public schools for the education nf oil cratic party one of opposition alone. children of school Such schools age. The Liberal party had only been "op- should be unsectarian, but should teach posed" to the People's party and he patriotism, virtue and reverence for saHAD NEVER 'BEEN SATISFIED cred things. Attendance should h with that kind of a party and was glad pulsory. Seventh we are absolntalv nnrl una. it was all over. (Applause.) Ben E. Rich placed in nomination for quivocally opposed to the disfranchiseof anv American rit,i7n ....... amot representative in the legislature the ment . vbvvu a.v1 crime proven before a duly authorized name of A. B. Corey. denominated was but Painter S. uuurii. J. Eighth We bnlinvA that fho info-- t clined, as this "was not his year, He might take something later on but not of this Territory and the people of Utah nro lUHttparaoie irom tne interests of the this time." E. T. Woolly was nominated and also United States and the people of this Nation, and that I. L. Clark. John V. Bluth moved tbat the roll of the responsibilities and secure the bless- - bi of. Dealers in Hardware. Stoves, 1 inware. Etc, Etc. affiliating Rod Eut Transfer. ingsofi American citizens v bywhich bag .,k on the part of some of the delegates and ij.niihiiran njrt Furnished by the Hodershot Abto it was turned to reconsider Mr. Mur- alwavs been true to our Hag and loyal stract ofEoe 2H4 Washington avenua those all wa invite waa And then Nation. motion. The our motion phy's laid on tha table. who love our principles to join witn u for July 17. 1391: Mr. Murphy wanted to know if a man in supporting them at the coming elec A. A. ShurtliS to J. M. Ferria rt. aL, oould'nt withdraw his name if ha tion. of lot 4 block 3i plat A, JsOuO. part A. J. BAii-rr- , wanted to. The chair decided that he A. B. Patten to B. W. Smith, lot 13 Chairman. was in the hands of his friends. acd part of lot 11 block 10, Lake View E. A. LrrriJiritiJi, Addition, riva The result was announced aa follows: SlDSET O. Stetess, B. W. Smith to M. L. Davidson. M 15 Murphy. Corey. 8 2 J. O. Bevajjs, 1st ward and part of lot 11 block 10 Lake View Samcel Dtb- 10 2nd " Addition, HV). 1 feDOrt T. P Tt,jrm tnnxraA that tk 5 3rd " J. C. Soott et. aL to IL D. James, kU 1 of 9 4th " and ii block 3 Rushton Addition il be adopted. The committee thought 8 2 5th " something it had omitted and took tv). F.T. Sanford to J. Parker, lot 22 nnntKr orantr at tha rnwilutions mean 6 40 time the delegations reported their can UK-- 2 Sanford's Subdivision, HOU. Mr. Cory was declared elected. J. A. Taylor to J. Henry Taylor, part didates for justices or Uie peace anu of northeast A committee was sent out to hunt up constables. section 3, township G the delegates from the country, and north, range 2 west, fl.tWU. PKEC15CT CANDIDATES. Col. Allen was called on for remarks. Total $3,000. Hunteville Wm. J. Smith, Eli M. He remarked tbat it behooved the delegates to get out and hustle for the Tracy. Liberals, Rallv Around the North Ogden Jamee btory, dames ticket. (Applause.) Old Flag! The committee returning with the Dee. Harrisville Kemple Short, Martm country delegates the convention was No one turned off from Peek's lunch called to order again, and the delegates Harris. on account of his political opin- tonight W. View Pleasant Leroy H.Crandall, from the country announced that they Smith. Hunta-vhad selected David McKay, of i Plain City Wm. L. Steward, Milo lie, as their candidate for representaA Good Thing For the Grippe, Sharp. tive. A recent number of the Albuquerque, La. munsey. ortn, Hooper I. THESE WAS opportim TeeUST "AI.UWAKE COMPANY. ea Promptly at 2 o'elojk yesterday after- the " s?J VJZ5" st CALL iirnliv 1?. 1S91. caa ple all kj u.e nam and kaow We hop to pwa some or i& tK unnUuiiM times. But it will be our c.t6Uiiit eudesior to tlea ail ih the for D. J. Marshy waasufgted and most coaiplcte suk of people all the time by keeping th aocouJ representatives. gxdin i.i oum- at pnoes nupueBuUe tor Line in tfcs city wnicn our tha Kich E. ben again suggested petitton to Bieet. name of A. B. Corv. Not Disbandinj. about U un&cioxHis. Attiju tf the liberals is noon 3 - $f&&&-&- ' ' S C 11 3 Total ote Ob motion of E. A. Littlefield the nomination of Mr. Clark was made THEV CALL IT A WINNER. Bat Are Verr Math Worried I-- . Fourth ward Fifth irJ "Jr- l'i rJ First Must be seen to be appreciated "MHKARCH cm'RMS i wiurvii Jl LV of Pbji- - aaJ Eiuniaauta 11 a. ai la t p. m. tiuen trrm to all. Prof. Win. AViiulosr's Stall of Physicians will remain until Julv 25th. Private IIoteL precologiead 10 a. ni to Hours examinations and medical consultations daily at Broom C p. m. MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS FREE TO ALL! The afflirted of all ages or conditions are invited to call at the rooms of these eminent specialists and receive information in regard to the natur and probable result of the ailment. DISEASES SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY PROF. WINDSOR'S MEDI CAL STAFF. Cross-eyestraightened in One Minute Without Pain. Piles or Hemorrhoids Cured in One Treatment w ithout the uee of the knife, burning or ligature. All Private Diseases, male and female. C ularrh ta all it varied farm ami cutnjHt- entiott. All Weaknesses, Iefect and Injuries of the Lye and Ear. Tumors and Canoers in varied forms. IUctal Dineasea, Iiles, Fixsureo, Fistula in Ano, Rectal Ulcers. Lacerations, Etc. Womb Diseases, Prolapsus, Uteri. Displacements. Ul cerations, Lacerations, Etc., no matter of how long standing, or how serious the complication. Nervous Diseases, Hysteria, Insomnia, Lot of Memory, Itestleas-neee- . Despondency, Etc., quickly removed. Indigestion and all disorders of the Alimentary svstem, Uysperwia, Constipation, Oastntia, and Ulcerations of the Stomach and Bowels. Ail Diseases of the Liver, Kidnevg, Spleen or Bladder. at our Medical Parlors. Broom Hotel, t'oDMiIlatlonn and Examination s I ntil Joly Itith. MAGNIFICENT WOKK. CATARRH. ing editorial: Several persons highly recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy How the liittle daughter of Mra. Mal- as a remedy for the grip, now so preva- quist waa restored to hearing and com- Cured by a New and Pleasant lent. E. W. Kilbourne, the county sur- fort: Method. veyor, says a bottle of this remedy gave Salt Lakf. City. June 2Mh, 1801. him relief. This medicine is prepared Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. B. Dkak Prof. U'ro. Wimlor, LL U.-.ilaced !my little daughter Segrid, aged Sir: I have been under by Chamberlain & Co., Des Moines, la., your treatment and it is having a big sale in this city. 0. under the treatment of your emi For sale by Driver 4 Son and all leading nent staff of physicians and surgeons on for catarrh for about ten days, and am My the 8th of June. She had been atllicted now delighted to report results. druggists. with almost total deafness, accompanied breathing, which was entirely stopped Liberal Ladies by severe pain in her ear, for the past through my nostrils, is now absolutely live years, 'caused by a severe attack or for decorated the I am entirely free and unobstructed. measles, when only 5 years old. After The stage Liberal convention have the tonight. about ten day's treatment the doctors free from the disagreeable symptoms. at removed the remains of a large polypus and feel like I had a new lease on life. the Grand opera house next Tuesday tumor from her ears, and since that Previous to taking your treatment I had time she has been improving bo rapidly used night thirty bottles of Shiloh's catarrh that at the present her heariug is as good as anyone's, with no recurrence of remedy, several dozen bottles of Sage's, The Happiest People I am exceedingly gratetul to twenty-sevebottlee of Hall's and Ely'n In the city today are those who have the pain. been taking advantage of Ash by 'a great yourself and physicians and hope that cream balm for years, and have spets free gift sale and making money by sav you may continue in your sueceeaf ul hundreds of dollars, without relief ; but efforts to relieve alllicted humanity. your treatment has accomplished sucing it at the only sale that gives to every cess in ten dayb. I am, very truly yours, Myron Footr. fifth purchaser of shoes Hand & Mc- Mrs. Malqi'iht, Watchman at Ontario Mill, Park City, orld ' and every Jually's "Atlas of the Utah. 219, East 5th South. tenth pair ot shoes tree ot all cost. Make all your engagements to meet n " N Stand by the Liberal Party which brought Prosperity to Utah. Cure for Cramps in the Stomach. Albert Erwin, editor of the Leonard, Texas, Graphic, says: "For the cure of cramps in the stomach unamberlain s A Colio, Cholera and Lharrhrra Remedy is the best and most speedy I ever used." Many others who have tried it entertain the same opinion. For sale by Wm. Driver & Son and all leading druggists. Rally in defense of Ogden's Progress lonight. The crowds of Wednesday followed the same paths taken by the crowds of Tuesday; l. e., the high road to Ash by 's, where they give to every fifth purchaser of shoes, Rand & McNally's "Atlas of the World" free, and every tenth purchaser a pair of shoes free. That crowd would be very much in its own light that went anywhere else for Bhoes. See? Salt Lake City, Jaly 8, 1891. Prof. Wm. Windsor, LL. B., Templeton Hotel. I have suffered with catarrh for forty years. It became so bad that uay 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 would go blind. On June 3 1 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 haa disappeared, and I am in good health for a man of my age seventy next No O. K. Kall, vember. 22 North First West. TMr. TIaII- la fl(TAnf tnr - - tha uv nnmKinul i steam cooker and baking pan, and has visited nearly rrv hnnoA in Suit. r.nlr City, selling his wares to many of our UCCIl laUliiltTB, Only 175 per lot in installments of $1 per week in Rex Place on street car line. 2111 Kelly, Ille k MCDT1K Co. Washington avenue. A Sure Catch. The Ruby and Bon Bon cigars are winners and are the best half dime cigar on the coast. They are long tillers and For sale at are made by union labor. the sign of the big cigar, Twenty-tiftstreet. W. S. Stone, Prop. Which have clipped the profits clear off- - h Grand Liberal Rally To- night! Auction ! Anetion ! Auction ! Every Monday, Thursday and Satur day afternoon at the Old M. E. church, opposite Z. C. M. I. If you want to buy or sell anything the "Auction House" is the place to go to. T. ts. Heller & Co. . Senator Fred T. Dubois will be at the Liberal Rally Tonight. How to Succeed. This is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily solve. Some fail because of poor health, others want of luck, but the majority from deficien grit want of nerve. They are nervous, irresolute, changeable, easily get the blues and. "take the spirits down to keep the spirits up," thus wasting money time, opportunity and nerve force There is nothing like the Restorative . XT jervine, discovered,1oy tne gTeat specialist, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, tke blues, nervous Tirostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria. Trial bottles and the book of testimonials free. H. A. Walker. T The Liberal Flambeau Club of Salt Lake City, will be at the Liberal Rally Tonight, Buy the "Common Sense" Trunk sold everywhere. First premium at Wisconsin state fair, 1890. Ob FIVE rOINTS NEWS. Mondai r, July i i 11, Almost everyone went to the circusH yesterday. We place on sale 1000 pairs The ball last evening at Cook's rink steel shears 7, 8 and 9 inch was a grand success. admitted worth 75 cents a pajfifv everybody yesterday Nearly was the hottest day of the season. Mrs. C. L. Blake, of Salt Lake City, Our Price for This Week ia visiting friends at the Points. The motor line cars made half hourly services all day yesterday, and were loaded nearly every trip. This is good weather for C. F. Beeson's soda fountain. Yesterday the sale of his ice cream soda was immense. It was estimated that some 1500 peo 2351 Washington Ave. ple from the country passed through here yesterday to 6ee the cirr.us. Col. A.J. Cropsey has some very val uable real estate to sell on the installment plan. Miss Dollie Hope, of St Louis, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Thos. Maloney, on Harrisville avenue, Mrs. Maloney will accompany her sister to her home at St Louis in three or four weeks, where she will spend a few weeks visiting friends and relatives. of ts. -- OGDEN BARGAIN STORE. W.H.V00RHIES,Prop. He New MmM MODEL OF EDSALL The Sle of all Sales is Ashbv's. Shoes sold for less there and more people to buy them than you will find anywhere else the town over. & ROLLO, 191. Aunts' for- - Utah Take your girl to the concert next Money loaned on valuables, County Tuesday night at the- "Grand opera warrents bought J.C.Nye. house. 2414 Washington Ave. Hot Springs Time Card. A Snap. Commencing Saturday and Sunday, July 4, 1891, trains will run to the To retail dealers in stationery or anySprings as follows: one who uses this class of merchandise. Motor leaves Broom Hotel at 10:10 a. m. The Commercial has a GREAT BAR" v " 12:!W n. m. GAIN to offer. We have a good sized u it 2:;0 p. m. stock of well selected stationery that we W 4( .r:10 n. m. must attiitit .in!.! get rid of as we need the space now Union Pacific leaves depot at 0:25 a. m. occupied with its display for other pur" " " 5::?0 p. m. " " The stock will be auctioned off Durable, Elegant, High Speed, Simple " " " " 7:30 p. m. poses. " at this office on Saturday, July 25th, at in its Parts, Perfect in Design, The Best 9. a. m. Typewriter Extant, Has no Rival. d and Typewriting solicited. The Best Orators in Utah In the mean time intending purchas- Short-hanOffice: With Daily Commerciai to call and inspect the invited ers are at the Liberal Convention stock. The Commercial Pua Co. trSend Stamp for Circulars, etc., to ' Geo. F. Edsail & Eollo, Box H, Ogden, Utah. Busch, Manager. Tonight. , .