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n ai OGDES DAILY COMMEI ' REAL J. ESTATE. GILL D. fiVad G. Dr. This! W.j SACKED Luul(l j fwr MlTaJr,, i-Va- HEAET ACAIEMV ..Ulrdnj.l Ua.l rot to WW tfc FRIDAY, JULY 31. 1891. caa uu foot ...w-tK-w- wad t ill feu caxi go IRIS! rasi two week d -i-sii'i furd lonvarry, Mr HAS Kl'RE GOT BABfl.tTTIB FOB ALL. CatarrL. T- - J- r. V f jfllla. 'ail Private He makes a specialty Tipfcuiii Perec cured m Xacralria and am witfc nur Piss Fruit T f fciTT j mill un Ku mmL iitnu lot eh i tti. I Iml 1 ud ua aaar uJ farm tu c all. Km on, klA mfxw f tna I eas sire cuud of m m aad t kwMbi I aatassa auk. satin and valvst M tiaa Any lady or rentleman calling oa Dr. Wo ill find him a perfect gaatkv Then are few of the fctariaifiri u whom he has In It is gratifying to note the interest the pMica aaash of as are taking in the Columbian fair. Ecuador will aoild its ova expuaiUua hooan, Mexico will ihtjte aohiy. ami anoa tha rest are taught it httlsCoata Kara has appropriated ft&a, in sta tha pupiis A to in crayon, MM, give har products a sred off. at er ootors,on china h Hal given in vonal sasjsjr, aad oa piano, harp, guitar, organ, vioun, raartnVilia aad aai to get is at low (moo. buj MTM will rvpa; nun muari (or MMM mof u uii WUl tu DU) . It. O'HAVER JJ Real Estate and Loans that HAMMOCKS AT COST! the with our sitter reooblic j of Chin. The rebels hare got poaaeaaioe of the nitrate beds whence Chill drew her gorerntueut revenues, ffcgejdent Balmaceda has nothing to run tha machine with, and rtaorta to fiat money. But there wa uo company in the reonb- lk able to make the bank note paper or print it, to Balmaceda was obliged tc wad to tha United States for it A bank note man ufacton tig com pan v in New York made 913.OUU.000 of paper MM? for the Chilian republic. The bills were much like our American It is doubtful, though, greenbacks. whether they will ever be redeemed lu l tm "f TO LIBERALS. that retained in White Granite. Have you seen it? If not, ask for it next time you are buying. We carry a full line- - Tht Light est and Most Durable Pattern made. A cowatxy that cannot print its ova piper soney iniu--t ha ta a bad way. yet Special classes in music, art, faacy work, etc., have been formed for ladie JHF residing in the citv. Dover, Dee. 1. 1990. Studisa will be resumed SepL 1st For Dr. Ga Wo cured myself and boy of Rheumatism, and I would ad visa anyone further particulars apply to Sistek St that is suffering with it to ooosull him J. D. 6ILI 2404 WiAkrtt. OGDLV and they will newer regret it. Ogden, Utah. J. R Hhj, WfS Curtis St. A Good Thing For the Grippe. This is to certify that my wife, Mrs. 3VL M. A. Hamlin, has been Ul for tan years A recant number of tha Albuquerque. with Liver Complaint and Kindred X. M.. Daily Citixan, contains tha follow (Member Baal Ertate Eirhaas) Troubles. It became chronic and spas ing editorial: Several persons highly rac a.odic in the stomach so aha could not ommeod Chamberlain's Cough Remedj keep her fuod. She employed in that as a raaaady for the grip, now so preva time ten of the best physician in the lent E. W. Kilbourne. the county aur I east and two in Denver without any veyor, says a bottle of this remedy gave satisfaction, so about four weeks ago I him relief. This medicine is prepared CHOICE LOCATIONS employed Dr. Gee Wo, who has helped by Chamberlain A Gx, Des Moines, Is.. In all part of Um City. GOOD RANCHU her so she is about as wall as ever she and it is having a big sale in this city. gold. was. He also cured me of Rheumatism. For sale by Driver A Son and all leading and Uardea Tract. M There Are Heroes Still. M II AMU. druggista. Ma. A. Hamijn. Is tho wgffM iflisbtes8 and 1800 Third SL, W. Denver. NOB HILL PROPERTY A SPECIAL!! are no more heroes and there meannet, My little boy was brought safely nd no more lofty courage or self denythrough a very severe attack of Rheumatic Fever in one week by Dr. Gee ing generosity? Young Frederick Bro-kaNo trouble to show property. Call and ee me Wo. I consider him unrivaled in the the Princeton athlete, the beloved treatment of Diseases of Children. See No. UH, Waah. In., your names have of his father and mother and of scores of MKS. M. L. . Lateef Leadville. UTAH. in revised friends, a beautiful youth, at the threshOODEN, been old of DR. GEE WO. Chinese Physician. lists. Examine the that of aa manhood as full of promise as registration Room 2, No. 3G5 Twenty-tiftstreet, young prince or king, gave up i Ogden, Utah. his splendid life at Long Branch to save lists in the as preup hung The Doctor makes all his own medithat of a simple Irish serving tuaid. cines and uses nothing but geauine cincts, the following places: Three servant girls, ignorant of tha laaChinese Herbs imports! from CKina ger of the treacherous undertow, venAt the City precinct NOT ICE FOR PUBLICATION. tured too far and were caught by its deadNo. ior.1. Hall. Land Office at Halt Lake City. Ctah, ) ly suction. They screamed for help, and I Filed July 21. 1881. then young Brokaw, aware that he might Notice it hereby civeu that toe following Nelson Second At precinct named settler have tilml notice of their intention be going to bis own death, sprang to make Anal pro if in support of t hoirclaime, aad A business building and lot to stable-Thirthat aaid proof will be made before the I'rohate & their aid. Weber well located, leased for a term Judge of Weber county, at Ogden City,William but the break-e- n Ctab.on August 31. Ml, rit: precinct At Mound He was a fine swimmer, i P. Chambers Sr.. homestead No. of years- - Rents will pay ;2 county, for the north-wecaught him, washed over him and of north of northeast and north Fort school house. :fc, township 7, north of range filled his lungs with water. His brave per cent on the investment east, Saltsection Lake meridian. Will increase in value. bead showed once and again gleaming He names the following witneeses to prove his At the precinct continuous residence upon and cultivation of the cruel white foam. The last through aaid land, viz: Eugen B. Judkins, Kir hard Jones Jr Joel Campbell and Warren ( 'ampbell. Cortez building. time he turned his face toward the boat all of Eden, Welter county, Utah. Alio at the same time and place, vis : Robert Newman approaching to the rescue he Bhouted precinct Montgomery, homestead No. 766, for the southloud enough for the rowers to hear: of east H of northeast and lot and east H section (, townahip 7, north of Bros', i in shop. southeast "I'm exhausted! Save the girl!" Then range east. another fearful breaker dashed over He names the following witnesses to prove If ycu do not find vour his continuous residence upon and cultivation them both, and when the glorious face 8. Gardner. vis John of, said land, Joseph Shaw, Warren Campbell and (ieoige Shaw, all names on lists call on Register appeared to mortal sight again it was of Eden, Weber county, Utah. white in death. Women, do Fbank D. Hobbh. Register. Hurlbut and have it placed in cold andthere OaOBOl J. Maenh. Attorney. is no chivalry left in the you say list. man the of toward woman? Is there heart precinct DELINQUENT SALE NOTICcl. no more the heroism that will give its Utah Powder txmpany. Location of princi- place of business, San Francisco, California, Rally Round the Flag, life for another? There is. Aye, thank ocation of works, Weber county, Utah terri- at the G. A. R, Encampment, Detroit, Ixod, there is still as much of both as tory. 2114 Washington Avenue. Put-iNOTtcK: There are delinquent upon tho fol- and then go to Bay, the Thousand there ever was in the world. lowing described stock, on account of assessIsles of Lake Erie. ment No, 8 levied on the 10th day of June, Ml, the several amounts set opposite the a antes of Startlinir Facts. the respective shareholders, as follows : European Alliances. are rapidly beASOCNT. The American people is peace!" says the emperor SHASEM. "Europe mm, 100 50 To buy a house for the same payments Beaver, Q. W. Tr coming a race of nervous wrecks and of to his subjects. And he g 100 90 Germany the following suggests the best remedy: as you pay in rent! SO 100 33 then drinks of Butler, bumper after bumper of Pa., Alphonso Hempning, " 50 25 .. .118 Buckbee, 8. C. swears that when his son was speechless German beer and remarks that it is a 15 50 ...118 SO 100 ...117 from St. Vitus dance, Dr. Miles' great SO 25 ...113 Restorative Nervine cured him. Mrs. J. thirsty day. "Peace is assured in Eu50 25 ....119 R. Miller, of Valparaiso, and J. D. Tay100 50 ...1!3 rope," says Premier Rudini in a speech To buy a lot in the most desirable part " " " ....1&3 4 8 lor, of Logansport, Ind., each gained 20 to the Italian senate. Then Rudini conof the City, on vour own terms 13 6 50 m pounds from taking it. Mrs. H. A. 38 19 and at Mid- - Winter prices? Hradley.Oeo. L.Tr. m his fellow that gratulates countryman was Ind of cured 100 50 u Rarker.T. L Gardner, of Vistula, 100 50 40 to 50 convulsions a day. and mujh Austria, Germany and Italy have re44 25 50 headache, dizziness, backache and ner- newed the triple alliance, the " 15 30 Brown, R. (1. Tr... 144 vous prostration by one bottle. Trial 4 8 Conner, (leo. D. Tr 14S six for more. we are Nay, years 105 25 50 IJupern, N. Ir bottles, and tine book of marvelous cures 11 50 141 23 To buy at all? (iray, A.Tr given to understand that the triple alfree at H. A. Walker, who recommends 51 50 25 Hayes, D. E. Tr ' 7 50 15 and guarantees this unequsled remedy. liance is really a quadruple alliance, for ....147 200 100 Howard, John L.. .. 83 England is a silent partner in the agree7 50 142 15 Heath, E. L. Tr Sudden Denths. If fou given him by people cured : The New Shape Is a sign now displayed by us. we YVe have a large stock which don't intend to carry over and will sell at cost until they are cleared out. SIL ER QUEEN PATTERN Is a magic seller in glassware just now. GLASS SETS in this pattern are in great demand, and as the factories have closed for the summer we will not be able to duplicate this pattern. BUY AT ONCE if you want something nice. THE FAIR Mis, Jobbers the h Speci Attractions 2443 ad 2445 Relate and Washington Avenue, Ogden, Utah : at Good bargains business Lots. First in Fell's d 1 Several Houses for Sale on easy payments. Insurance written in First Class Companies. Money to Loan on Real Estate. Ogden Paint, Oil and Glass Company, Fourth Fifth 1 Vs. 1 : proper R. P. HUNTER, n JOBBKRS IN SHEET, OENAMENTAL AND PLATE GLASS. Painters' and Artists' Supplies Illuminating and Lubricating Oils. 2440 WASHINGTON DO YOU WANT DO YOU WANT DO YOU WANT IF YOU DO linvn KVAPS in all Darts of the Citv, owintr wham owners are obliced to sell to the scarcity of money, and where (JNK LKJLiLiAK in casn invested now, will do what TWO will fail to do as soon as money eases up. I have HOUSES In all parts of the Citv for sale on the lily Payment f And can suit you and you can pay yourself the RENT. If you want to buy FRONT A. E on Washington avenue for HALF ITS VALUE See ME. If you want to buy a lot and will build on it. I will give you a discount on one of the best building locations in the City. I also own or control the following properties: Wedell's Monterey Addition. Wedell's Five Points Subdivision. Wedell's Terrace Subdivision. Five Points Annex. W. A. Lund's Addition. Sanford's Central Park Annex. Mill Creek Addition. South Ogden Heights. 149 Herman, A . I r King. Homer S. Tr. .l52 15 2ft 7 50 Heart disease is bv far the most freLaveaga, cause of sudden death, w hich in quent 15 Main, Cbas. Tr of four cases is unsuspected. out three 50 91 Daniel 45 Tr Meyer, 2 50 500 The symptoms are not generally underNortham, E. F. Tr... 100 50 H. P. Tr.. Soontag, stood. These are: a habit of lying on " " .143 15 30 dis6 50 the right side, short breath, pain or 13 Soontag, Cha. Tr tress in side, back or shoulder, irregular 10 157 5 41 20 50 Stein. Daniel Tr... .139 pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, 50 100 . 19 Scotleld, C. W wind in stomach, swelling of ankles or SO 100 . 20 100 . 20 50 dropsy, oppression, dry cough, and 100 50 smothering. Dr. Miles' illustrated book " 23 100 50 on Heart Diseases, free at H. A. Walker " 24 100 50 Dr. Miles un138 41 20 50 who sell and guarantee SutroACo. Tre 100 50 Wadsworth. H. Tr... 55 equalled New Heart Cure, and his And in accordance with law, and an order of Restorative Nervine, which cures ner the Board of Directors, made on the 10th day of June, 1891, so many shares of each parcel of vousness, hadache, sleeplessness, effects such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at of drinking, etc. It contains no opiates. public auction, at the office of the company, San Francisco, California, on Friday the 7th Hot Springs Time Card. day of August. 1891, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. of said day. to pay said delinuuent assess Commencing Saturday and Sunday, ment thereon together with the cost of adverJuly i, 1891, trains will run to the tising and expenses of the sale. A. I heminant, secretary. Springs as follows: Office. 328. Montgomery street, room 13. San Motor leaves Broom Hotel at 10:10 a. m. Francisco, California. " " " 12:30 p. m. " " " " 2:50 p. m. SUMMONS. " " 5:10 p. m. " " In the District Court, of the First Judicial Union Pacific leaves depot at 9:25 a. m. District of Utah Territory, Weber county. " " 5:30 p. m. " Mary 'J. Freer, plaintiff, vs. James D. Freer. " " defendant. " " ' 7:30 p. m. " " The people of the Territory of Utah send greet ing : lo james it. r reer, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an ac A Sure Catch. tion brought against yon by the The Ruby and Bon Bon cigars are plaintiff, in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to winners and are the best half dime cigar answer the complaint filed therein, within ten on the coast They are long tillers and days (exclusive of the day of service) after the For sale at service on you of this summons if served with are made by union labor. in this county ; or, if served out of this county, the sign of the big cigar, Twenty-tiftwithin but in this District, twentydavs: other wise within forty days or judgment oy default street. W. S. Stone, Prop. 151 150 143 7 126 13 3 30 1 above-name- 56 d will be taken again. 1 you, according to the prayer of said complaint. This action is brought to obtain the Judgment of this court to dissolve the bonds of mat rimony now and heretofore existing between the plaintiff and defendant and that the plaintitl be given the care, custody, and cont rol of the minor child, described in the complaint, to which reference is hereby made ; and for such other and further relief as to the court may seem just and equitable. Plaintiff alleges that she is entitled to the said decree on the ground When is it? August 3rd to 8th, 1891. Where is it? Detroit, Michigan. What is it? Twentv fifth National Encampment, G. A. K How do you get there? Union Pacific agents will tell you. "Tnlro if. before hraakfast" liecause it that the defendant without the consent, and will give you an appetite, regulate the without any just cause or reason of this plainimand wrongfully desert and bowels and cleanse the system of all I am in the field for business and can tiff, did willfully abandon this plaintiff; plaintiff further purities Dr. Henley's English Dandesuit you. that during the period of seven lion Tonic. Sold everywhere. alleges, since said marriage the defendyears ant has contributed nothing to her support and IVuimaintenance, and that she has been compelled Pnr 1 .in noes. and obliged to support herself and child by her own means and labor. For further and fuller fine old wines and whiskies call on T. particulars reference is hereby made to the Wollstein & Co., the newly opened fam-Hcomplaint on file herein. Over the Postoffice. And you are hereby notified that if yon fail liquor house. Country orders given to appear and answer the said comnlaint as prompt attention. Correspondence soN. B Parties having CHEAP prop- above required, tbe said Plaintiff will apply licited 2406 Washington avenue. me me court tor relief demand, d therein. erties and who want QUICK RETURNS, to V itness the Hon. James A. list them with ME. I have a constant Miner, judge, and the seal of Fair Women. GOOD and ACREAGE the District of court the First for demand Ail hriirVif. linnutiful and fascinatinff Judicial in for seal and District, SITES. BUILDING the Territory of Utah, this 25th irnmnn nrn made more charminc by the day of July, in t he year of our artistic use of Wisdom's famous Rober- Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-ontine. It enlivens the most regular C. H. McClusf, Clerk. linnntv bv addlrur freshness, purity and By L. R. Rest, Deputy Clerk. brilliancy to the complexion. Lesseugcr A Loar, Attj s. for Plaintiff, Over the Postoffice. W. B. WEDELL, y W.B. WEDELL, UNCTION CITY MACHI NE WORKS, W. SC. HOLLAND, Prop. Practical Founder law-ia- a and Twenty third bet. Wt . -- etOT, Machinist. lnooln. Dealer In Steam Engines Bolleu, rump, Etc, 1 111 rnralia and erect latins Boiler, Heater and Mchlnery by oontrao and do my work n toe best manner. Oeu rs muihlne wo and Iiint promptly attended to u (hop "Drei-bund,- M. A T J UTAH. AVE., OODE1M, ment which Austria, Germany and Italy have made to defend one another against the aggressions of France and Russia. The triple alliance began in 1879. In the beginning it was only a double alliance, and Bismarck was the founder of it. Bismarck, by his diplomacy at the Berlin conference, defeated Russia in her designs on Turkish territory, even after she had entitled herself to a fair share of it by hard fighting and victory on the field of battle. Then Bismarck, fearing the far reaching revenge of the Russian, persuaded Austria to enter into an alliance, offensive and defensive, against the government of the czar. Next Italy was persuaded by promises and threats to enter into the alliance, and it became consequently the Drei-bnnThus diplomacy and statesmanship, so called, forced the people of Italy to stand side by side in alliance with their old time and bitterly hated enemy, the Austrian. They have never forgiven their rulers for that alliance to this day, and will not in our time. Germany felt uneasy as to France, too, so France was watched on one side and Russia on the other. But what does it mean, this triple alliance, which began in 1879, lasted six years, came to an end and has been renewed for another sis years? Let us see. It means that Germany, Austria and Italy must together maintain an armed force of .1,1 40,000, that being the strength of the combined standing armies of the three powers. Behold these three, then, on one side of the fence. On the other side stand Russia and France with their combined armies of 5,805,000 men. So they stand, snarling and showing their teeth, like dogs ready to fly at one another's throats, hating one another, jealous of one another, watching one another. Meantime Russia is 6teadily, silently, like a thief in the night, pushing her way resistlewly into the south and east in Asia Meantime, too, these fearful standing armies are slowly eating out the heart of Europe, paralyzing her industries, destroying all fruits of the civilization of peace. Eut Europe ii peace, they say. Oh, yes; Enron" is peace. The Central Meat Market GREENWELL & FRONK, Props. Fresh Meats of all Kinds. Fish Every Friday. Poultry and Game-Deliverie- s made to all parts of the city. No. 2422 Washington Avenue, Ogden. N. C. Preehaw. P. H. King, PEESHAW j & CO., .4, Funeral Directors & "Washington Ave, Og;den. Embalmers, Telephone 115. A Full Line of Metallics, Wood Caskets and Coffins on hand. Prompt and Careful Attention to all orders. Embalming and Preparing Bodies for Shipment a Speciality. ONLY WHITE HEARSE IN THE CITY.