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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
01DEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: I prdOUR ThtBoyal J troupa mtct par 1 Hl'RSDAY JULY. 23. 1631. CLEARANCE SALE HAS COMMENCED! wurao THE OGDEN SPECIALISTS. T. A.. CotiinghJHii, M.1X K. C Oottinstuun. M. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO Diseases of the Ear. Diseases of the Nose. Diseases of the Throat Diseases of the Chest. Diseases of the Skin. Diseases of the Nervous Svs- a, tcm. Also Ualvanic, raradic and Static Electricity used. lr. rfci. KrtmM circ U the IIhkM Krlrtf .ri Everybody inniad. trice a Spiritual Cunt Clark J. P. K race ten i Bub LdiLr Wilaoe, Urti. in all Marks, Goldsmith & Co. of mi toot oak aboar For rarrr, fourteen locbee deep. a gaul aa oaw. dirt cheap. Addraaa Counts, ul Pubhahiag Ox Political dtacuaaioo ia tba order of tba day in - Uffdafi. Eicited knot of x- Htteo at all Doura or m any au tnn OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME, THEIR ENTIRE Si OCR OF Diseases peculiar to Women. All forms of Catarrh-Diseasof Genito Urinary OrDiseases of Rectum, gansviz piles, fistula and fissures treated without opt ration. Cancers removed without the knife. e L tor tL U ! iu deportateata. Th -KOCH LVMPHMkroeoopicoJ Examinations auade. - iiuti for rulr .j. doctor are gradual and have ad practice of various pertain. Hiring had iiiurt uf tte Kat, feel confident the public that all WW ue givefi cmw tual to Kaslt-- r Office over PaatoAce. No 321 lUllLB.) naaeajr 7 to S p. m. ) Twenty fourth Street. for ItoUia Salt-T- wo Summer AT PRICES THAT WILL MOVE THEM M Some cigars ooat mora than they ara worth, hut tho Ruby and Bon Bon ara Call worth nora than they ooat. Call at the mgo of tba im cigar and be convinced. W. S. Stooe, Prop. The place to buy freah meat of all kinda ia at the popular meat market of tireenwell A Fronk, J4J2 Waaliinirton Ave. It ia a pleasure to trade witb these gentlemen, and Th. Commercial it UioUBKLilis of reaoera Ix try tbem. A buainaaa men's lunch and a family dinner will be served in the atorr formerly occupied by W. W. Funge. on Wednesday and Thursday, July 22nd and 23rd, under the auspice of the ladies of the Episcopal church. Tickets, 20 cent. All are invited. excursion to Hot Grand holiday Springs Friday, Julv 24th, under the auspices of Kent's Military band and orchestra. Children's free dauoe in the afternoon. Grand ball at night. Union Pacific trains at 2, 5:30 and 7 JO p. m. Motors at 10:10. 12.30, 2:50, 5:10 and inspecial at 7 JO p. m. Round trip, cluding bath, 50 sent. flow to Clothing, Gents BrnisMiifs, Shoes, Hats, Etc., REGARDLESS MARKS, GOLDSMITH & COST tt&Uft CO., LEWIS J. S. THE LEADING CALL EARLY. 360 24th Street. enue. While there look at our Peninsu lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. CLOCKS, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Gold and Silver Jewelry and Novelties of every description. Diamond Setting and Repairing attended to promptly. Ssffeed. Hot Spring Time Card. Commencing Saturday and Sunday, July 4, 1891, trains will run to the Springs as follows: Motor leaves Broom Hotel at 10:10 a. m. " " 12:30 p. m. u u " 2:50 p. m. " " " 5:10 p. m. " " "Union Pacific leaves depot at 9:25 a. m. " " " 5:30 p. m. ' " " " 7:30 p. ra. " Lots Lots Lots. At 95 down and II per week in Rex Place on street car line. Kf.li.y, Ii.i.e A Co. 2414 Washington avenue. THE BIG CLOCK. 2463 WASHINGTON AVE. : A Coroner'i Verdict. A coroner out west recently reasoned at a verdict more sensible than one-hathe verdicts usually rendered. It appears that an Irishman, conceiving that a little powder thrown upon some green wood would facilitate its burning directed a small stream from a keg upon the burning piece; but not possessing a hand sufficiently quick to cut this oil was blown into a million pieces. The following was the verdict, delivered with great gravity by the official: "Can't be called suicide, bekase he didn't mean to kill himself; it wasn't "visitation of God" bekase he wasn't struck by lightning; he didn't die for want of breath for he hadn't anything to breathe with; it's plain he didn't know what he was about, so I shall bring in Died for want of common sense." Green Bag. lf Putting It Delicately. He was a country parson and a good fellow at heart, and he liked to put it delicately; and so he finished up his sermon Sunday: "And, in conclusion, my friends, we will now take up the collection, and 1 trust I shall offend none of- the cheerful givers who so regularly contribute to, alas! I am afraid, too frequent demands on their charity, if I suggest that 1 now possess a most ample and varied collection of buttons, and what we chiefly need now is 6ome needles and thread and a little cloth." Exchange. Ktreot.F'iixt Htoro Kiiet of Iot office. Twenty-Fourt- This week we place on our counters a Sample Line of Shirt Blouses Waists, hnni anil AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! OGDEN, UTAH : We bought them cheap and sell them cheap! Come We also have an extensive line early and get your choice. of Gents' Underwear, Overshirts, Ties, etc., selling way down to make room for fall stock. Our Boys' Waists and Handkerchiefs are marked to sellCall and convince yourselves - that our prices are the lowest. Just received a nice line of Toilet Soaps- - THE PEOPLE'S STORE. ADVERTISEVENTS IN THE DAILY COMMERCIAL ARE BETTER THAN DR. J. STEINBERG, German Specialist cures nil diseases of a private nature as successfully by correspondence as at his offices which is evident by the hundreds of testimonials from all over the country, none of which are publisher however. Medicine furnished for home treatment carefully packed to any part of the United States. Canada or Mexico. Do not give up hopes even if your case has been pronounced incureable by others but write to me for advice. confidential. Enclose Correspondence for answer. stamp J. STEIN BURG, Rooms 23 and 24 Knickerbocker building 178 and 179 Tremont street, Boston, Massachusetts. BONANZAS. MY NERVOUS DEBILITY AND SEXUAL WEAKNESS a Ilootblark. lilvalrj On the corner of one of the business streets of the city the other morning a shoeblack had jnst finished polishing the shoes of a well dressed and gentle appearing man. The latter was unfortunate in having a deformity which compelled him to wear a shoe ou one of his feet with an exceedingly thick sole, thus endeavoring to make up mechanically for what nature had denied him. "How much shall I pay you?' he asked of the boy. "Five cents, sir." "Oh, but you should have more than five cents for polishing my shoes," said the gentleman, tapping the thick sole significantly with his cane. "No, 6ir," said the boy; "fire cents is enough. I don't want to make no money out o' your hard luck." The customer handed out a coin, laid his hand on the youngster's head for a moment and passed on. Who says the days of chivalry are over. Detroit Free Press. The People's Store Lulies LOW PRICES. : ie Jewel Gram & CO WATCHES, DIAMONDS, WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT our JEWELERS. GOOD GOODS. In BUYERS We intend to remodel our store, and betore making the necessary alterations, Stock Must be Reduced. Call early and Secure Bargains. This is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily solve. Some fail because of poor health, others wunt of luck, but the majority from deticien grit want of nerve. They are nervous, irresolute, changeable, easily get the bun's anil "take the spirits down to keep SIGN OF the spirits up," thus wasting money time, opportunity and nerve force There is nothing like the Hetoratit Nervine, discovered by the great stecial-ist- , lr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, the blues, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, tits and hysteria. Trial bottles and the book of testimonials free. H. A. Walker. t OF HARDWARE! HARDWAR EI for male or female made from my special German formula. or six boxes which will cure most cases for 85. NEWLY ESTABLISHE- PILL Price per box $1 D- T. WOLLSTEIN & CO., (Branch No. 14.) EPICUREAN I HPS DEPOT FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. PICNICIANS Hne Domestic and Imported - ! 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 Washington Avenue, Cigars, Ale and Porter. We make Family Trade our Specialty and will promptly deliver goods to all parts ol the city. Mail orders solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. Box 133. 2406 Washington Avenue, OGDEN, UTAH. 1 E. FFJEDERICH. f BROWNING BROTHERS. 2461 Washington Avenue, Oden HAVE A WE 155 Main St. Salt Lake Citv- done s! BIG REDUCTIONS! - CAR LOAD OF g AFETY piCYCLES ! 10c and UPWARDS! Baby Wardrobe Complete! EMBROIDERIES! Knit and Muslin Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Aprons and Fans. Art Needlework Materials, Stamping And List IVice. Our Price. wheels, adjustable, cope beariwrs. 180.00 Men's size, thirty-inc- h wheels, ball bearings to both wht eis .. !6.Uj Men's site, u.uv Men 8 Size. SMncn, Dan Bearings 10 wueeis auu jwi'hi.. $45.00 .1O.OO Yont h's Size 27 inch, B,i8 Size, nwnni adjustable cone bearings adjustable cone bean'jj incpcies, au sizes and p0M r,j,t ric( $is ou 35.00 ' Pinking. tarWe have just received some Kodak Cameras, which are the Onlv OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IS FRSE TO ALL.First THE BAZAAB, Cor. Class Amature Camera made. rwnty-fonrt- h & Grant.