|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
Tl iKIDKA DAILY CO.UA1EHC1AL: HILL DIVIDE WITH THE ELECTION. L'S OOSTISTLD OCDZX, flKST FAGE.J FRO rEJtCLSCT. PHc-- T Justice The Great Brooklyn Divine'6 Gtorge P. Harlow, Bn lurcer.D Generous Offer. W. IL Williams, R 4 1 a L t;on stable 9i R. D. Robins, R THE PROCEEDS. T.REmiDrtt,D ONE-HAL- F 1S3 OGDEJf, FIFTH FBECU1CT. T&lmisre Will Give the TnirfrsitT of the Proceeds Fift Per of His Lecture. Justic- eJohn Maguire, L part of the proceeds of the lacture T. DeWitt Talmage at the of Grand tonight will go to the Utah Uni Scattering Constable S. ILGiruey, L U. l Loyne, li T. H. Ballantine, D Scattering Oit E. A. Ir. 7 Uttlerield, li tr 3!i 152 87 206 36 FOURTH PKECIKCT. Justice II. C. Wardleinh. R Val Gideon, D J. A. Stephens, L Ixmstable H, E. Steel, R T. W. Collins, D O. A. Moyer, L SECOND "Let joy be unconfirmed." There will be a Promenade Concert and Dance tonight at the Pavilion in Lester Park. It will be under the management of the following floor ......148 No invitations will be issued, as everybody will be invited. 219 2U9 163 2f A PRECINCT. Justice W.M. Hanson, D Win. 155 Rank,L 183 IL IL Thomas, R Constable O. D.Sullivan, D James Beeston, It 83 326 gi NORTH OGDEN. Justice BILL. 'S 154 E. A. McDacieL D A versity. TLia is official from Mr. Talmage'a manager. He is on of the greatest lecturer in the world, and thia compliment paid to Ogden and one of ita inBtitutiona will be appreciated. The people of Ogden lore their city and bare a kindly feeling for all who chip in to help them speed the city along. We have here now 25,000 people, and the finest hotel in the west. Mr. Tal mage will also find that we have the flc est opera bouse in the territory. The sale of ticket ia large, and a big house will greet Mr. Talmage, tonight "ON WITH THE DANC 55 11 Phil Ford, L j ESUAV. Al'Gl'ST 4, N. Montgomery, D 82 W. 83 Nonstable It Holmes, D A Promenade Concert and Dance at the Lester Park Pavilion. PLAIN CITY. Justice The promenade concert and dance in .' 70 Giddia, D Joseph will be conducted the pavilion tonight, . La. Stewart, R and L 62 in an orderly manner, and will be largely Constable J. B. Carver, D attended. 71 81 Gentlemen Mi o Sharp, K and L Everybody is invited. During the evening while the count IL, ladies free. The ladies who took pait was progressing in thi city hall, the iu the fair are especially invited. in the headquarters The proceeds go to advertising Ogden oper- -. bouse was kept open and Charlie Richards wiu tbe center of a crowd of Mormons some of whom could hardly Burial fo Edna Sullivan. themselves from eating a liberal Little Edna Norine Sullivan, daughter keep when he appeared there. Their partial of Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, of 227 Twen- victory, when the result was announced, ty first street, was buried on Sunday set them wild. Large numbers of voters cast democratic from St Joseph's Catholic church. She died on Saturday at 7:50 a. m. Since ballots aa per church council, while some only scratched coming to Ogden about two years ago, s name, it was anrthintrO to Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan have made many uuianism friends who manifested their sympathy oeai niesei. Ihe church bosses calculated that in attendance upon the funeral. Some eive the democratic tinket sixty-eigcarriages were in the proces- they would Mormon-republicavotes to sion, thus marking the feeling for the just enough bereaved parents felt by the community. give the democrats a majority over the Little Edna was less than four years old, nnerais and allowed the rest of the Mor ticket to keeD ud the but she waa a bright spot in the lives of her parents and their associates, and iaise snow or division. their sorrow was only assuaged by the The World Enriched. kindly sympathy expressed by numerThe facilities of the present dav for the ous friends. production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort THE CITY COUNCIL. of mankind are almost unlimited and The City Fathers Succumbed to Heat when Syrup of Figs was first produced and Politics. the world was enriched with the onlv The city council met last night at tbe perfect laxative known, as It is the only usual hour, but adjourned until 8 o'clock remedy which is truly pleasing and rep. in. on Wednesday, alleging that with freshing to the taste and prompt and the superior attraction of the counting effectual to cleanse the system gently in of the ballots they could not hope to Jie bpnng time or, ia fact, at any time and the better it is known the more pop-'da- r n have any audience. Moreover, the wanted to watch the returns it becomes. themselves. Schooner beer Tic a class ar. r.rnnm bar. To the Springy. A "rianolst" Who Hid Not Tse Scores. The daughters of Rebecca have It is well known that American actors for an excursion to the Hot are exceedingly fond of New York, while for who Those have Springs been intending to visit the Springs and they like other places in varying degrees, have been waiting for a favorable oppor- down to the "one night stands," which at all. The reasons are tunity cannot find a better occasion or a, they do not like obvious, but a new illustration may be nicer crowd. Come along. found in an incident of Miss Rose Cogh-lan- 's tour of some of the small towns of Card of Thanks. In "PegWoffington" Miss )sh. and Mrs. J. D. Sullivan wish to Pennsylvania. Coghlan introduces a minuet, and she has Express in these lines their heartfelt an orchestral score specially prepared for thanks for the kindly offices and sympa- it It is the custom when the company thy of friends in the death and burial of is traveling to send this ahead, so that their daughter Edna Norine. the orchestra of the theater can rehearse In a certain one night Btand the adit For Sale August 8th. vance agent approached the manager on The Ogden Freeman Publishing this subject and asked if the orchestra House and Grounds, including the lot could be called together. brick building, 24x80 feet, and "Well, the fact is," replied the manwill be sold at private sale under orders "we haven't got an orchestra." ager, on of the probate court, August 8th. "No orchestral" Bids must be handed into the law "No, only a 'pianoist.' " office of Breeden & Gunnell, 2408 Washwas more, the manager did not What now ween and bet August avenue, ington eighth. This is choice "inside" property, think that an orchestra could be had in eing the same now occupied by Alfred the town. The advance agent telegraphed back to the town where the company was II. Nelson. There are but two chief crossings of for instructions. After much consultah is Twenty-fourtone at tion it was decided that a piano score Washington avenue; and the other at Twenty-tift- h must be made from the already existing is street; and of the two, Twenty-fourtorchestra score. The leader of the orthe better because the City Hall square. chestra of the theater agreed to try his knocks out the best part of Twenty-tifthbest to make this new score. It was a This property, by expending a little large labor for him, as he was not used money for repairs, will bring a rental to such work, and he staid at the theper cent, on ater for two hours after the performance equivalent to twenty-fivto do it. Then it was sent forward in the investment. Title guaranteed triumph to the "pianoist," and the crowncalamity was discovered the ' 'pianoing At Syracuse. ist" was blind. The Building and Laboring ProtecIn the end a violinist was found who tive Union, No., of Salt Lake, spent made some attempt at playing the music, Sunday at Syracuse. The musio was and the advance agent began a more furnished by the Klauss Family Orches- thorough system of investigation into tra. The program included a number the resources of the theater visited. of foot races. New York Tribune. J. D. Gill. Joseph S. Peer)'. S, J. Burt, W. W. Funge, Jr.. and Henry C. Tavey. It is the beginning of a series of balls to continue every Tuesday night throughout the summer. committee-Mes- srs. Admission for gentlemen $1.00, all proceeds go to the advertising committee to advertise the City of Ogden. Perfect order will be maintained, and the most fastidious will find nothing objectionable. The floor committee are Ogden's nicest gentlemen, and are a guarantee of success and decorum. Every dollar used by the advertising committee will add to Ogden's wealth and population. The crowd will be made up of the best young people of Ogden. The Ladies who took part in the University Fair are especially invited to attend, and all those who fought so valiantly for dancing at the fair are expected to be present and take part in the dance. Demo-Mormo- Mormon-- THE NIGHT WILL BE COOL AND THE MUSIC GOOD! republican Mormon-republica- 1 T ht n Gentlemen, $1.00. Ladies Free. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! BUYERS y h mi 1 isrrM . Not every one will understand what is meant by the locating of the site of the Temple of the Revolution at Newburg on the Hudson. When the American army was cantoned near Newburg in 1783 there was deep discontent among both officers and men because they could not get their pay. On March 11, 1783, a circular was secretly distributed in order to bring about a somewhat seditious meeting at what was called a temple, a little log building newly erected there. General Gates was thought to be at the Loans Closed Promptly. bottom of the movement, by which it on' loans in no is closing There delay was intended that the army should farm property. improved city and arouse the fears of congress and the peoD. Jar vis, J. ple and thus get better treatment The First National Bank Building. meeting waa fully attended, and WashThe Ladies's Friend. ington made an address so patriotic and firm in behalf of and loyalty Is anything that makes their washing that the result was patience series of resolutions a handled of The by Soap, King light. promising all that Washington had H. M. Bond & Co., is a boon to all "unseled. New York Sun. 'L III 1 1 1 5d i ; a fi ki V2V 51 171889. 1 1 Grant 1 il ii CALL EARLY. ins s&s&m ABSOLUTELY PURE 360 24th Street. While there look at our Peninsu lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. f KNOWLES, BESOM & CO. To please all purses and tastes. Come and see the novelties. rrices always ngnt. DO YOU WANT A NEW CARPET? NEWLY ESTABLISHED- - If so it will be well for you to remember that we have an elegant line of samples from the largest exclusive Carpet House of the Northwest. We offer no old stock but new attractive styles, novel colorings, new weaves, pleasing patterns, reliable new things in every grade. We have secured the exclusive control for this place of the only practical Carpet Exhibitor to show our samples in. We will show you a effect is pleasing and gratifypanorama of Carpets free--ting. Call at T. WOLLSTEIN & CO., (Branch No. 14.) life, Lifiii's ami fm i he THE PEOPLE'S STORE. I'ine Domestic and Imported- o per--fec- t. The Temple of the Revolution. I I 1 e Obituary. Died. At the residence of J. J. Banker, 2207 Grant avenue, Ogden City, on August 2d at 3 p. m., Mr. Charles T. Johnson, aged 23 years and 5 days. Deceased came from Waltham, Mass., to Ogden City, Utah, in Sept. 1888, in He had no family of search of health. his own, but leaves a father and mother, three sisters and many friends to mourn his death. The remains will be shipped . east for interment. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT coun-cilme- two-stor- Highest of all in Leavening Power. St., East of Fostoffice Twentv-Fourt- h Cigars, Ale and Porter. DB. J. STEINBERG, German Specialist, We make Family Trade our Specialty and will oromDtlv deliver goods to all parts of the city. Mail orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. Box 133. cures all diseases of a private nature as successfully bv corresnondennA na at hin offices which is evident by the hundreds of testimonials from all over the coun THE OGDEN SPECIALISTS. treatment carefully packed to any part of the United States, Canada or Mexico. 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