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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OtiDEN DAI! THE MMEHC1AL: SAT I liDAV V THE A! I Wuu ma the BntkJi UMmiim ia u KofTA KWd ossor life IUoM bwSMM I Ur saltjact of il trniaUututl White House. SECOND WEEK OF Annual Air patte. eaa'r-rrsw- Fjt -- ": Sale! it-a- tr lnv-Jre- AND THIS WILL BE I'X PARALLELED BARGAIN SALE. For the next days give and you get get the Best Values for Ogden. your money that you ever received d THIS WEEK. THIS WEEK. THIS WEEK. STILL DEEPER CUT IN PRICES. Two Specials. THIS WEEK. a o Two Specials. 1 The White House! The White House! WRIGHT STORE. WRIGHT'S OLD STORE. ATTENTION! K000X0XcX0XhOC0 aMMtlMiMooxMMMMMM oooc- xo DON'T YOU NEED A Suit, Hat, Shoes, Shirt Etc? THEN MAKE HASTE AND BUY THEM BEFORE THE GREAT FORCED SALE Home Is Where the Heart In. family, consisting of man, wife and baby, is living in a big dry goods box in an open field just off Mountain street, near the division lino between Worcester ami Holden. The woman is twenty-on- e years of age and her babo seven weeks. She says about a year and a half ago she married Joseph Pitts, a farm laborer, at Ureendale. The baby was born in a boarding honse, and she and Pitts have been living, together with the infant, in the dry goods box for two or three weeks. Pitts hires the land, and the woman says he intends to put up a better shelter. She has a brick fireplace outside the box, where she does cooking. Joseph Pitts, the husband, is a cripple and walks with two canes. The marshal says there is no call for police interference. The woman is satisfied with her lot, and the baby seems healthy. Worcester Spy. PUTNAM Queer Ocean Chase. The ocean tug Britannia is engaged in a chase after a Maine vessel that is floating on the ocean with $20,000 worth of mahogany in her hold. That vessel is the Wyer Q. Sargent, owned by William G. Cower, of Sedgewick, and abandoned in a storm last March, when about eighty miles off Hatieras. Since then she has drifted over 2,000 miles, crossing the gulf stream three times. A t one period of her wild cruise she went 500 miles in When last sighted, twenty-twdays. June 19, a part at least of the cargo was yet on board. Philadelphia Ledger. o ONE-PRIC- E A new system of protection for gunners in exposed places on in action is to be adopted by the navy department a wire webbing made of intertwining spirals remarkably flexible and strong. It resembles somewhat the old fashioned chain armor of the Crusaders' lime, and curtains of this material will bo used to protect gunners behind shields from fragments of ex- plodiug shells. men-of-w- Clothing House! The Chillian war has had a very serious on the English hatmakera who supply the majority of Chilians. The latter have been so busy fighting that, they have had no time to attend to their effect sombreros. Twenty-Fourt- h St., where Everything is being Sacrificed to Raise Money. t fur : SUMMONS Terr. M f a. irwrut 1 Birr Mas A n o over twentv "J j tons, and twenty feet in diameter, with a is of a no mean face, casting measurement Such a one was recently cast in Massachusetts. Lmad aad 1 eum- - 4terU.:..M liUiM IMU Utl!. UBO.MrMIU Of It L b CMre) H . KuMmv MM f. I I I IMS f Imm H HJa kx ll r.s. B kus II- - tailor il o. (artwiMed SAii isaabtmiMMKl, H. fur miirtarm Slater. Mr. k U slater, 5; L M l.ii,m,. TV. li Wffuial mommS .' Mr a Ibu.-be- r mi ami m ki curt ti.. Ukof tat ilx.ljuoki Ml u. lutiisi tiu U ar-- J kr urfit.fi. far iLS ul t tall. airttt! jUutL Corson, and WUiiaaa . iiuti..-- tls- nwiitr of mM n. MBaV uf tie-- wtatr uf 11 u IMn NrM. U.! tut I'Ml, Ji'W 1 be iouW of tu TamlMT of Vtak eessa Asvi --' A. U. 11. lr.tsltUuirWM.! . retjus v. tV abow m, rlafaa itsal.. 11 Li . . tixSrrli - sl Lr.T. . iuu I A I i. - f ut mm smuSBt, Ul tiir.T.t. ul IMJt lafS MSjtf, SBJta ifst I'iKiUt ll.'r.-I..- I MaaasVaWsf tji'w Mtf 11 llsmtiw. ia ibr Uiatrjct I oan Ut&. first Htinns, Mr 11 mil. Si ut IU iJ uf the Tan Hi ii of CtaA. aad us fi.in 4ikroIjseustt..... i.Ur frobsir . . ... . a l . . trf uf I Imh. si tiw euart k.ww uidcuarl is thrluact) emit huusr iniutidrt. ,tr la tl. a i ' r .if im Mrurr .4 ui Ukl sad caUi! l it, tsfc. . il ia Ibis county or. if UfU Aunwt a. It , im. uut of that . uf Utat ua. turn aul tavf si is u'csuek tu hVx rsiiw all mM urW "4 aaWlrfAwjaWJ utbeiVsw BltLl- - fWt) days or judswet b ur autor uf ;Im- - rrMdu uf aid ra- b fault wui hr taken afsnot you, aoourdlac to l ur the urayer uf fsi l cumulaint. tal same- - tur heir ul tu.Mi'1 uf Mas reunluMj to Ua sad for tur el set i. i kf auooBM.tratris. order ll is funUt-- Jtlriwl that s eopr uf Itiui hrU-nua won in u rsat si lass rata as " ttr iiuhli&uni fur last Sl.MnrMii wark M Hasafl M day of Hp 6ilsii.ui Mud IWa da uf Aucusl. 11 ia th !, d. Dsin Jul). .riuied s PatU4. and M. Aleisi.der ImskiiUL. nravfafer Y..rk and ia Itedw C'lt) , in said roaal uf W. L-aad that tbrcierk site Duller uf Mid d uf Ma sub interest st the rate of Mcfat er c ut er uf mmI srwuat m.lUaiil laaaBaVa annum from the Sl.t day of Jul. that IS, and tu he uuted lust as bums as swOeseai of ssid su. .rtsae.i ) cauriiui vnamm Urrr tHitUir olaeus ia uid 4 hare basss auld u nay aaid anai'unt with r. Vieraw, f iLrer werlu urxt bafure said da) uf Ml , axeunlms' U laa on the docket fur the maturity ut Ivnance ti.& wssfc awterast st the rate uf Jtd 111.. 11. pet cent per an. Jnd-rC. Prubato num from July Mat, k. Bisaor. sud the asurtara bass J. 8. Bos km as. All, for AdmiiiistrstrU Termor) uf I tab. count uf Wanar. as 1. Jus. P. Ledauicr. clerk uf the or, .bat court I I i rstllissa. aHissb it. at iiui.m.u.f l m slid fur hstd Weber count i. du here by ceHify said amount, imeo- -t sud cats, and the bala fuU. tras atj c rr.ei ance uf said moru-agolliat the fonvius premise, or so much y cud of the urwiual uoier SMwiutius dai fur i...ri- - as ue n.essar). be a. .1,1 to pay ZZZ. .l ... et(lenieiit uf acrouiit. Bad t.. ism mbb wbi il. amount interest s,..l s.i. h.tnbutjoii rhuul d not be made iu tha matter unable attorney a fee. ia the sob of W; that W. uf ..f the estate Andrew SBBBBBV the usual decree may be made for the forecl.- tUe.1 ai,. ...... sa.-- .i,..imae aim lui me sale ul Mia reronlud it. fi!. ofli ttie loth da uf July, A. 11. 11. a the premise., according tu the law and the . uf recurd uf thia court uf this district ; that the practice proceeds I llSTe lu Wltlier. uf said sale mar be applied to the t of untuset m hand si afHxeatbe the costs of tin- curt r and mimm. paymei I bEAL.J .eal of Uie piubate ruurt the da) attorney's fer. aad the amount due the plain. HF..1 ., tiff tl.Sl .'.1.1 anil year nrt atN.re written. I...,. J. P. Ltiwi'iK. Clerk uf the PrubstB Court and all claiming under tliein ur either of them subsequent to the eiecuti,,u of said By W. M Bassos, llaouty ( lark. moruiBAje deed on Mid premiaus. either as incumbrancers, ur otherwise ma) be barred aud furecluaed uf all rijrbt, claim or of i. .L iu, .tiuu in the said promise., sBd equity part thereof, sud that plaintiff may hao Notice is hereby firen that in jiuniiunre uf Jodametit against Augustus B. Pattun. AUiau-de- r M. York and Hubert Uubiusoo, and that an order uf the l'ruliste Court uf Weber rounty. I tab issu. against them f..r sny deficiency Territory, msde on. he lath day of July, 181, in the mstter uf the estates of Eooroes ft which may remain after applying all the proFreaVatii and Leh M. Kreernsn. minors, the ceeds of the sale of said premises proerly ap.iilerMKUed will on ur after the Ul dul uf All plicable to the satisfaction of the ill . - illltsi l ...... er ... .. ... .... ..iitei .i pail) trot. Ml, sell at prirate sale all the rbrfit, titlt Thai ti. ..,....... hi urn nit may a purchaser st said .ale: thai sud interest of said niinor iu sod to the ful ni.-real entste. nittiate iu the mr i mini Min .naisiiai riocine a IMBQ Ul luwitur county of Weber, Territory of I'tsh : A part of the purchaser: that said purchaser be let into lot two (2' iu block thirty-on(at) in plat A, lMiMeMiou uf the premise, on production uf the. U ...I !. noundel hk follows: torn U.K. marshal's !..... I Imr..!... ivilent.it)at Kurrey. iiiindriMl u one and Keventy ineiirtnir plaint iff may have such other ur further relief inont two (Ii2l feet east from the southwest cornel in the promise a. tu. tliia. . court ,mat . s.s-meet of oil lot ami ruuhilii; t eiirbtl N rur iiiniier anil tuner particuai.'i e.j.iii.n.i... U fel't, thenre VO'M w ent y fulir Hi fll't. tbelin lars reference ia hereby made to vht complaint h on tile herein. 'in euf lt in esat twenty four Zl feet to And you are hereby notified thst if you fail to itmiiur. esid nsle tlie appear aud amwer the complaint as alxive iful money uf t". - f..r ii-l United 8ts !. 'MT the said plaintiff will apply tu the court d, mutt he in writ ins fur the relief demanded therein. ty on the A liuunell a law and will tu Witness the Hun. James A. ollire 34Wahlunirton avenue. Oirileu Citv. Miner, Judge, and the seal uf th I tali, heuiK the place whenDistrict court of the First made will .) at any time before the sale ia made. cial District, in and for the TerLeon K. Krkkmav. ritory of Utah, this Hth day of Gtianlian of the estates of Hoomes It. r'leemsn July, in the year of our Lord one and Le'ti M. r .in.-m mni"r. thousand, eight huudred and N. B. The purcliam-- at the above mentioned ninety one. C- H- McOu-BBsale ran bu the interet in said i'rui-rtnut Clerk. owuihI by said minora, at astue rate fur caMi. By L. B. Best, Ileputy t lerk. C. F. I.OOPII..I SOW. Attoniev for PlnintilT Leoh K. Kkkeuan, tur L ' una JTU- ul k.ir a - e-- . rl ut m -- dw-Ma- diM-ha- r, r - -t .ImuC J r iim t. t . m a n- d . in-- a.-ar- . .!, ..i I .!- :guaroian sale notice. I ev.-i- -- I i e I -- !ll. belie-litirt- I . . Im- - Judi-Iseal- r r - TIMBER SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Firat Judicial District of t he Territory of Utah, Welier ( 'oiil ty. I'. E. Sawtelle, plaintiff. v. T. J. Edwards. demndant. The People of the Territory of Utah send greeting T. .1. Kdsarde, dofeudant. You are hereby reoiiirrd toHPI.'arin an a ion hruiight Rirainst you by the ab vr named plain- r t ie Mrnt Jtidicinl till in the Uistnot t uurt District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer filed the complaint therein, wittiin ten days ei- elusive of the day of service after the service on you uf this summons if served within this county: or, if served out of this county, but in this District, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days orjudarmeiit by default will be taken against you, according to the prayerof .aid complaint. The said action is brought to obtain the judgment of this court against the defendant for the sum of SKW.TO'principal with interest thereon to date amounting to rS1.2rt and his costs of suit. Plaintiff alleges that defendant was indebted to one firm of Idelnian Bros, for the above amount state, on balance of an account for goods sold and delivered to the said defendant at the request of the defendant by plaintiff ; that thereafter said lineman Bros, assigned the said indebtedness to this jilaiutiff. For further and fuller particulars reference is hereby made to the complaint, on file herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to apjiear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of $460.'.U, and interest and costs of suit. : Witness the Hon. James A. Minor judge, and the seal of the District Court of the First Judicial District, in and for the Territory of Utah, this 1Mb day of Nov., in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety. U. Ft. McCLi'RE. 'Jlerk. Best. Deputy Clerk. (JlLBF.BT. Attorney for Plaintiff. si: vi By L. B. M. V. ALIAS NOTICE. SUMMONS. In the District Court, of the First Judicial District of Utah Territ ory. Weber county. Mary ",. Freer, plaintiff, vs. James I). Freer, defendant. SUMMONS. In the District court of the First judicial district of the territory of Utah, Weber county. The Utah National Bank of Ogden. a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Robert Robinson, Emma B. Robinson, formerly Fmma B. Barley; Alice B. Bell, (formerly Alice B. Bayley ; James Casein, assignee of The Pnyder RobtnBon Hardware Company H. W. Smith, guardian of the ierson and estate of Robert Mcllwaine Robinson and Robert Mcllwaine Robinson and Thomas defendants. The People of the Territory of Utah send greeting : B. : To Robsrt Robinson, Emma Robinson, formerly F.nima B. Bay ley 1; Alice B. Bell, formerly Alice B. Bayley 1: James Cassin, assignee of the of the, Snyder Robinson Hardware Company ; H. W. Smith, guardian of the person and estate of Robert Mcllwaine Robinson and Robert Mcllwaine Robinson, and Thomas Cahoon. defendants You are hereby reqnired 'to amiear in an action brought agamet you by the above named plaintiff, in the District court of the First judicial district of the territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days exclusive of the day of service after the service on yon of this summons -- if served within this county or, if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days or judgment by default will be taken against yon, according to the of said complaint. prayer said The action is brought to require the defendant, Robert- Robinson, to make answer under oath as to thenatnre.situation, amount and value of all his property and effects whether held by himself or others in trust for him ; also of the property and effects he has conveyed and the value thereof, and to whom and for what purpose and upon what terms: and that he be enjoined from m any manner selling or disposing of any of his prcierty or effects or intermeddling therewith, and that a receiver be apSecond. To repointed of all his protierty. all of the other defendants above named quire to make answer under oath and set forth and discover all things required to be stated by the defendant. Robert Robinson: that they and each of them be enjoined from disposing of or wi'h property of Robert Robinson undertheir control ; also frompaying him any which debts they may owe him. Third : That all conveyances of property, effects, stocks, bonds, securitiesetc, heretofore made by the defendant Roliert Robinson, to the other defendants lie adjudged void and he set aside : and that, defendant, Robert Robinson, be adjudged the owner thereof, and that thesame be applied to the satisfaction of plaintiff's judgment. For all other equitable and general Fourth relief. F'or further and fuller particulars reference is hereby mado to the complaint on tile herein. And you are hereby not ified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. James A. Mines, judge, and the seal of the District court of the First judi-serial district, in and for the territory of Utah, this 8th day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and . : : The people of the Territory of Utah send greet ing: lo James Ll. freer, defendant. You are hereby reouired to anoear in an ac tion brought against you by the above-name- d plaintiff, in the District Cou rt of the First Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after tho service on you of this summons if served with in tins county : or. if served out of this county. but in this District, within twenty days; orther-wis- e within forty days or judgment by default win De taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. I his act inn is brought to obtain tho judgment of this court to dissolve the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore exist. ng Detween tne plaintiff and defendant and that the plaintiff lie given the care, custody, and control 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 aud equitable. Plaintiff alleges that she is entitled to the said ilecreeon the ground that the defendant without the consent, and without anv just cause or reason of this plaintiff, did willfully and wrongfully thwart and abandon this plaintiff; plaintiff further alleges, that during the period of seven since said marriage the defendyears ant has contributed nothing to her support and maintenance, and that she has been compelled and obliged to support herself and child by her own means and labor. For further and fuller particulars reference is hereby made to the complaint on Sis herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said Plaintiff will apply to the court for tlie relief demand d therein. Witness the Hon. James A. Miner, judge, aud the Feal of the District court of the First -Judicial eii. District, in and for the Territory of Utah, this 25th of day July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-onC. H. MoClcrf, Clerk. Ry I. B. Best, Deputy Clerk. Lessenger ft Loar. Attys. for Plaintiff. To the Public. Caddo Mills, Texas, June o, 1891. From ray own personal knowledge I can recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps in the stomach, also for diarrhoea Bnd flux. It is the best medicine I have ever seen used and the best sellinir, as it alShek-RiU- s ways gives satisfaction. A. K. 2o and 50 cent bottles for sale by Wm. Driver & Son and all leading Is acinowledirerl Dig remedy iof the leading tJonnrrhi a HaV wSSmm "at 10 VJ eiiiK SulotaK. mm ninety-one- C.H.McCLURF,, Clerk. Ry L. B. BEST, Deputy Clerk. KIMBALL ft ALLISON. Attornevs for Plaintil , - To whom it nay concern Notice is hereby given by the Consolidated Lumber and Milling Company, a corporation organized and existing under t lie laws of Utah, Territory, that it is the intention of said coajoi ration to apply to the secretary of the inl.niii under an act of March Urd, 1111. entitled ' rtjt act to amend miction eight of an act approved March third, eighti-ehundred and ninety.one, entitled An art to repeal timber culture laws, and for other purposes.' " for iiermiasion to cut timlier in the southeastern part of Weber county. Utali territory, for the purpose tif supplying the inhabitants of Utah territory with lumber and ties for building, mining and other domestic purposes. That said timlier if I. .rated in the mountains iu the southeastern part of Weber county, about three miles east of Beaver canon and three miles north of the South Fork of Ogden river and alsuit twenty. eight miles from Ogden City: that the land is unsurveyed and when surveyed will not be subject to entry under existing laws of the United States ai. cept for mineral entry. That the timlier sought to oe cut is partly dean from lorest hres, and I Im irrann ti.ultas at n ,.,1 i r, ,r I..I. .... ,..! sents about three or four hundred thousand feet, and covers about three huudred acres of land. That the preservation of said timber is not necessary for the water supply of any 'renin that is used fur irrigating uurtioKos or that can horenfter be used for irrigating. The land is very muuntaiiiuus. neither agricultural nor mineral, and is too far from the mines and settlements to bo of value either to miners or settlers, unless sawed Into timber. Ins Consolidated Li mbbb ,m. Milling Company. Wabmcx (I. Child, President. Ogden Utah, June iith, LWL u weio-linu- r h U Vrter I UIM of tlat 4aj SMi1irj mm M ... A small A 366 7 Thwt(W' it - j j 01 It Clearance I ORCERTOSHOW CAUSE and arumnun A Lalf or Fitil" cautery Fitly t mi was a cry, and ta ouu.t$ i"Tfia at tkal tia. truta w Putt retreated, ttoouo awirtlstsT. u udary of Oryon Hitacra tsnti Urjr of oor irr A.L--i Tltr dlarOMOB of tise tVnar i lp of ltrTilUnjt--k- i. Wai tested. ami of late Lite of t; PtsTtlaaJ cauaJL will rival lb cortr; owtMti Jaaa itlaud auJ Sin ituun ' Dt Baru :n;u, tleviieaj in favor of Use r L' Sited Slates, by tb ewipcrur of U-mmy iratmur. ia itCi thai the boauilarr line tar- AiatJca aud Bruuft CoJouiuls n IB uuctoou tacTraat the tlifficul: l of detenmmn it. Each year arttie MM are lurrnuunj ia nam ben. uiorr and the pnvate iuiereu are region in dispute become more ralaabtr-tAN each claimant. There u great indit f ereuce to the qoestion on our aide of Uw tine, but in the Dumintoa it u well uu dufi i. and parhauieut and public hare taken their Mand. Can 11 now differ from the United State maps of that northwestern region, 6 we and Lhia boundary question promise to provoke more lntemrtional hittartiax in than the present Behnug sea dispute. -Century. K. turo-after Thirty Tears. The return to Milwaukee of Kyrle A Sidley after an absence of forty-cu- e years is to his relatives almost as if the dead had come to life. The father of Mr. Sid was a physician and druggist in MilA host of Matchless Attractions H ill be given to our patrons. Nothing as attractive ley waukee in the fortiea. Kyrle Sidley has ever been brought to the attention of the purchasing public. Everything in our house pent most of his youth in the east, but must be closed out. We know perfectly well that you will leave our house with $2 worth o was in Milwaukee during the year 1849. Tne next year he went east and shipped goods for $1 in cash. as a sailor. In 161 Mr. Sidley went to Australia For some time his relatives heard from him regularly. Suddenly the caased, and for thirty years be was mourned as dead. As was afterward learned Mr. Sidley lost everything by fire, the addresses of his relatives being destroyed. The families had moved Colored Drees Goods. 'i"i per cent. off. Black and Colored Faille, 25 per cent. off. Jorseta and Hosiery. 40 per cent. off. his letters did not reach their proper Laces and Embroideries, 40 per cent. off. Braided and Beaded Trimming, 40 per and Black Drees Goods, 2f per cent. off. destination. Likewise Mr. Sidley had K off. 25 ibbona and Handkerchiefs, 40 percent India Silks, cent off. per cent. off. China Silks, 25 per cent. off. Parasols aad Sun Umbrellas, 40 per cent moved and the letters sent by his family failed to reach him. off. Gloves and Mittens, 40 per cent. off. Fancy Plaid Surahs, 25 per cent. off. Three years ago he employed a lawyer to find his relatives, and after a few months he was in communication with them This year Mr. Sidley, now sixty-twyears of age, decided to visit ma relatives in Milwaukee, and he arrived there this week frora Australia. He founl two of his sisters living there, and a brother came from New York to meet SPECIAL TWO. him. After his visit Mr. Sidley will reSPECIAL ONE. turn to Australia. Chicago Tribune. 75o Dozen Kid 200 Undressed Ladies' Gloves, per pair 12,o 50 Pieces French Satteen, per yard Former Price $1.50 Former Price Mosqnltnea In Paris, venture to say, for Mosquitoes are, the first time within the memory of the oldest inhabitant, a plague of many All goods delivered free to any part of the city and promptly attended to. parts of Paris. The dampness of the spring is said to be the reason why they nightly buzz, bite and leave faces and hands covered with hard; red blotches. But 1 believe the true cause is the wholesale destruction of Seine fish when the ice floes in that river were being dynamited last winter. I never suffered so much in warm S OLD weather in any part of the south of France from mosquitoes as I hava done this week. If one sits by a lamp near nn open window along many of the boulevards a swarm of them assails one. The mosquito bednet not being used in Paris, one lies down at night unprotected, and is liable to rise in the morni-- g with a disfigured face in a state of painful itchiness. Paris Cor. London News. White House. - v 1 3l maun:; A IJleet, The otflv sato remedy for liCncorrhiPaiorWhites. prescribe it and feel rpcomniem.ilg it HEM'le0 to all WC!N!TI,0.HH I at. In A. wl1 ron m. o., J. Bidden., naYueniB. by Dru Ilt !.