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OUDEX OAILV COMMERCIAL: SI NLUY ACGl'ST 11. !S91 THE TI-I-E FA.TH AND TiT in White louse. White House. t d'en W&L Vit, ttt bi tart a;-- lh iiava tec'L A r5,1 Of UM !..! Ti SUMMONS. SC'tNCE. rad-as- t uJ ; Of BiKSi aLr pair. tier f irW. !U ot dif ; tiwrf rr, Ws eiviit bctweea. YYlta mrZieiLtia a-- Oat. I served tbe nueea for several rears. aaJ I look Ink on the experience with neither borrur nor thame. Dunn g the twenty-fivyear that Lave jiassed kince Sale e AND THIS WILL BE AN UNPARALLELED liAUCiAIN SALE. then the amei.uratiou in the condition tf the soldie r La been incalculable. But I should be OLtrue to their memory if 1 did not lift np my testimony that the men of the old day endured their uiore arduous lot with grand primitive rei oatioo. They knew tljtt the quartemastfraud the butcher were iu collusion iu regard to the lueat riion. that the trixp major cooked their aocounti, aud that th pay coriKirstl had jjlutiuous finger Their captam habitually addressi'd them m bruu-s- ; th sureuii left his duties for day to go hunting. There was no quick escape fur theui from those abuses, for some of thein were "lifers. " and all were long service men. Dut there were no professional agitators in those days, nor any barrack room lawyers "who knew their rights;" there was not a preat deal of that commodity of little of which tha poet speaks as a dangerous thing," and there were no The discipline halfpenny newspapers. was rigid, how rigid no younger of today can have any idea; but iusubordina tion was undreamed of. Archibal Forbes in Fortnightly Review. ber-gea- For the next 6 clays we give and you get get the Best Values for your money that you ever received in Ogden. this week, this week. THIS week:, A host of Matchless Attractions will be given to our patrons. Nothing as attractive has ever been brought to the attention of the purchasing public. Everything in our house house with 2 worth o will leave our well that We know must be closed out. you perfectly goods for $i in cash. STILL DEEPER CUT IN PRICES. Colored Dress Good. 2.1 per cent off. Black I )res8 Goods, per cent off. India Silks, 2." per cent. off. China Silks, 25 ter cent. off. Fancy Fluid Surahe, 25 per cent off. Iilatk ami i Colored Faille, 2j per cent. off. off. Lanes and Embroideries, 40 per cent. Kibtmns and Handkerchiefs, 40 percent off. Gloves and Mittens, 40 per w w cent off. I Jorseta and Hosiery, 40 per cent off. Braided and Headed Trimming, 40 per cent off. Pamsols and Sun Umbrellas, 40 per cent off. Two Specials. THIS WEEK. Two Specials. MM W$ W $4 SPECIAL TWO. SrEClAL ONE. A Plrut Horoedioo. A patent covers a horseshoe which possesses many advantages. On its under surface is stamped a pattern which gives a number of points for the securing of a better grip on the pavement, and this, where wooden pavements are used, is an important consideration. The shoe is about half the weight of an ordinary shoe, being two and a half pounds the Bet of four; it tikes less time and less money to fix, has only four nails, as against the usual seven. Being a three-quartshoe, it leaves the frogs and heels on the grown1 which prevtaits concussion to the foot and leg, contraction and corns. The only preparation the hoof requires after the old shoe is taken off is that the rasp must be used on the toe and quarters, making a reduction of about of an inch on the lower side of the hoof. The frog and heels and back part of the foot should not be touched. This shoe is made in accordance with the well established principle that the more the hinder part of the foot which is very tough is used, the harder and healthier it becomes. New York Telegram. one-eigh- th 50 Pieces French Satteen, per yard . .40c Former Price 9WvWWVWywwwyvvvv" - 75c 81.50 2X Dozen Ladies' Undressed Kid Glovos, per pair Former Prioe - - - All goods delivered free to any part cf the city and promptly attended to. The White House! The White House! .WRIGHT'S OLD STORK. WRIGHT'S OLD STORE. IT? ARE YOU IN IF NOT, Hurry Up and Buy Yourself a HAT. SHOES, UNDERWEAR, SHIRT, ETC. :1I BEFORE THE First IPremium AT WISCONSIN' Great STATE FAIR. Ciosfiy fiHrMJ JB'orcecl Sale Closes at the One-Pric- e i For Sale m PUTNAM ONETRICE CLOTHING M HOUSE. IZTTHPTST A 0 ClotliinoHouse Where everything - is bji.i Policeman and Model. There is a big, picturesque policeman on the Broadway squad who is noted among the habitues of the Rialto for his flowing blond mustache, who turns an occasional dollar as an artist's model. Having posed during his watch on deck for the benefit of the common people in the flesh, he is transferred to imperishable canvas to gladden the artistic eye of generations yet to come. He has the trunk and arms of a giant In the opinion of a distinguished artist, this policeman is the best specimen of massive physical perfection he ever saw. Of course, the lady artists have all had a hack at him with pencil and brush, for which he invariably gets one dollar a sitting. No wonder he carries the air of a man thoroughly satisfied with himself. New York Cor. Pittsburg Dispatch. Decorations at a Hull. At a recent English ball the floral decorations we .e beautiful and very original In the middle of the two large ballrooms hung a large parasol formed by a wire frame and covered with pink La France roses with their leaves, the crook handle being tied with pink ribbons. There were also numbers of imitation chandeliers hung from the ceiling and staircase made entirely of flowers and leaves. Gilt rustic baskets were filled with Japanese honeysuckle of glowing colors. The pillars on the landings and the large mirrors were covered with long trails of stephanotis, the whole effect of the decorations being remarkably luxuriant and charming. Exchange. A Novel Fabric. A foreign textile journal records the invention of a new kind of looped fabric which has a novel and beautiful effect, with a durability never before attained. it is that worsted is used for the thread forming the figure of the design and alpaca or mohair for the threads forming the ground of the design. The contrast between the lustrous and beautiful threads of the mohair and of the worsted, it is said, forms an effect that is strikingly novel. The peculiarity about In a new bicvele tir the wheels, in stead of being fitted with pneumatic or cushion tires, have the grooves fitted with complete cycles of balls, which re volve on pivots hxed in the groove of the wheels. These balls bite the ground, and the machine travels up and down hill with wonderful celerity. Best Trunk in the World. sacrifice J to raisemDneji.l 366 24th St., Oden, Utah. t'.s ljf4 - t.-re- . : . t:l -l Sc, g MS- s llavu Spectator. Clearance Annual li. ll.eoit -- tka a&r n u:uix k Jii-t-.- J -- N!il tx.tl mj.-.f- c Ha fcertc Herald: t-- of ot Tna tie wise. To mete. l1 arsu. i ruvac Tt wbr tju.i r) Abd buy Biuru.wJX LaivcI Both lea nor. of eelea'.Lal b'rth. To i 6 be rriritt iven, To scieiK Dual uiiw; rrt a, to ta-U-i Urfi mx ol SECOND. WEEK OF OUIi o r-- Lctw, iar. car and iiru oiUrr a a.. tok-- la the ct cr-- , f tl lirst di Oh, I'm gt'.tirg tTti lol I ".r Wr4rf Wti . a. brr. tMjt.t, l:,twu h. Pat- -' to sm iittl ; toit.'siij girl m'ut.. j.k.ief it. , IA. tl oil er day. --At fret Len I ett to i. .'iiiM.i.. iter 3ib M(I tl . a c. uxic-- t s.i ritati. the so l ik in 1. Ahuft.fcm-.it- r ti.vp ti.e tirla A.T!.rt-- l . H i . t, ., cvarr and the mererer i brutal ti.nt I A. i. ai.., I . ia i : i ! I, ,.. 1 tt F thotht Lever be iiU to ftatd ii. ter. . 1.11 B. it in iLe world, but thitgs r irrUicj: ft.. 1 r. il. A. int. iLtr i V. ,x 1 1. 11 s I V..!,r. eerier, or else I am srttujf hardened: im. t ti,. A.Lien J. aagw, acy hy, I don't mikd it ts iiiuch." 1 Miwins tul Vti.i.iii, dk.A,i2, "Ti-ewfecteU to Lt cum i4 tue rif tf Ej this i the ty, Burst ploe m the or!d for tL iue pnf'le f rtii hs used' to l.atu you if you are Vttir. tit'fi-t- i Ut tke t,ve coaxtx fcud common kt.d Lid. w ale lrel.y reyiiei lo a;.p-i- r txt .U -t t men l..ti t. ) i!. thing about slavery was that itle j.iI I,,.ar of ttm F ut nl Uinijt, m tu-j - 1XL"rtrfi a chattel. eu!d even get used to vi iistrift of I tab. and to lernl.iry fclave u,-that the cuulj even krro tije .aiut t 'ttii ti rreiu, it iaa wm J tue u) of serv icej lt tu entent ith hut chaiDg. Keep your dsertu- .nc.wlr Ott ) ' 'U of Uu, suluil Aim ii frrred dtnxtctert ith unvorthy aud Liu witi.mtt.ia : if served mji ,4 tin rM.titj i arroundintf6; cultivate it, thng to ciiii). but in ti.i teut days: w f.iny dijf-it. lie courageous enau'h to endure otherwise by v. til ( i stra ou, aceurtjifc u vsur lot, but be krval enough to your drtauit f aj,i c.,p,iLt. m.er tle Letter nature to despise it. When the i rti,-u tir.H.g!it ! a i4i certs .u mortgagti ifmt.irm nirtwi clipped eagle gets umxI to the barnyard tsiu for of tiie suiu of at rate ti,tere.t and is content torouet ith the fowl. be l r rent per suiiuui frojii the N At tlay of hit lofcl his eagle nature. An eagle that Jui. A I B agaii.st tt,a is content to scratch gravel with her is l'it..u, Alnuuiier U, i.ik and or me f,.r of n'li. i d..Uar ;ni tie a hen at heart, whatever tail feathers he Klin lijl. ikI at the rate .4 r ei eight I say then to all w ho are ai.iium fr iu l,e may wear, ,ia) of Jiii. vj( auil ttat a as won ;(!. i, l,i i4 ai,lmirtgfe.r i ren.nr forced by malevolent destinies to till igleeu ..id l.i p Mi, atuoi.ul wnb noble poeit ions, or consort with crafty have Hint (he alr erase. aul tills action people, or work side Lv eide w ith fce.f- - on ttw f, tLr II stent) I f li.I.i t . l interest at tirf- rfeof s jier cent -r anaeeking and sordid tricksters and Fchem-era- , tsisli num from Jul) .il.t, and the B.ortifage lea bedisooutented w ith your lot and on . Cul certain Wr.be,l in theoowi never rest until you rise to soinething plaint herein, tie retained until said amount t tw then render- - d fur better. Hate evil w ith all your soul and com. due. that iuiU'iueiit aid snu.Liii, ii.t.r.-s- : sti,1c..!s, and the balcount it a sign that the better part of ance of said mortgage premise or mi siurb you is growing and thriving if vou are there.,f t Hi' be necessary, be siiit t4 pay forced w said amount, intern. and cost: and for a reahomeeu-for heaven bile to walk sonable attorney fee iu the sum of i;tl,at through the shadow of sheol. the usual deri. may be made for the mortgage and for the sale ..(said premises, according to tne law and the prartirs ALIAS SUMMONS. this court of this dist-i; that the In tti District curt of the KirM judicial dis of pioreeds of said sale mav be appln-- to the payuiel W(-t of th of trict if I'tab. territory county. of costs tne and court exjiense of sale and 1 lie I lah tioual tfault of t listen, a corpora- tlie ami the amount torney's fee, due the H. plaintion, idaiutilf, ?. Kolwrt KoIhhm.u. hnmm tiff ; and thai said defendauts aud each of them hotuiou, formerly r mnift B. Hale Alice H. and all iersons claiming uuder tie in or either kU'll. (formerly Alice H. iiaylej ; Jajue t aMu, to the execution ,,f saij aifc'D4e of Tti Huyder Koliutoii Hardware of them subsequent mortgage dned ou said premise, either as purCompany; U. W. Smith, guardian of the ierwon chaser, or otherwise may ba incumbrancers, of and eMate Kotert Slrlluaiue KotiiiMn and Kola-r- t Mcllwauie Kobiiuoa and TUuiiia ( a- - barred ofaud foreclosed of all right, claim or Cl..-::?- ' The law does not allow the American born youii2 man to vote, no matter how well educated he may be or how well prepared to exercise the privilege wisely, until he is twenty-on- e years of airo. At that age he has probably been learning how to discharge the duties of a citizen for five or six years. For a cold in the head, what is called a head bath is useful. Fill a wash basin with boiling water and add one ounce of flour of mustard. Then hold the head, covered with a cloth to prevent the escape of the steam, over the basin as long as any steam arises. Ja-.l.- f distrM-t.ithu- au ju.itf-tiieti- f.cl,j t?-- j eit-h- F.oi-Ai- it,uJ -t l. ! . ct r - j boon, ttcfcndajiU. The I'eople of the Territory of Utah send equity redemption in the said premism, and every part thereof, and that plaintiti may have judgment against Augustus ft. I'attoli. Alexao der M. ork and RoU-r-t Robinson, aud that execution issue against them for any deficiency which may remain after applying all the proceeds of the sale of said premises properly applicable to the satisfaction of the judgment. That the plaintiff or any other party to tha suit may become a purchaser at said sale ; that the United States marshal execute a deed to the purchaser: that said purchaser be let into iiossessiun of the premises on production of th U.S. marshals deed therefor; and that tii plaintiK may have such other or further relief In the premise ns to this court may seem meet aud equitable. For further and fuller particulars reference is hereby made to tbv complaint on tile herein. And you are hereby notified that if yon fail to aud an- wer the complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded thi'rein. Witness tint Hon. James A. Miner, Judge, and the seal of tln District eoort of the First "al District, iu and fur the Territory of Utah, this Kth day of July, iu the year of our Lord one tin usand, eight hundred ami ninety one. C. If. MrCLiEB, Clerk. By L. B. Best, peputy Clerk. C. F. Loonioi how, Attorney for Plaintiff. To Kolmrt Rohinsnn, Emma B. Kohinwm, formerly Knimi H. iiayleyl; Alice U. Bell, (forai.iiruee merly Alice B. Hay ley I; James of the of the Snyder Kolmison Hardware Company ; H. W. Smith, guardian of the M.roD aud estate of Kohert Mcllwaiue Kohiuwtn and Kol ert Mcllwaiue Kubiuaon, aud Thomas C ahoon, dcfeiidauta Vou are hereby reotunxl to appear In an ac tion brought atcaiiixt. you by the alioTe named I laiiititf. m the UiDinct conn of the rirot judi cial district of the territory of Utah, and U au- er the complaint liled therein, within ten day (exclusive of the day of service after the eerviceon you of this summons -- if served with in this county ; or, if served out of this county, but in thisdistrict, within twenty davs; other- -' Hi-a- r wine within forty dayK or judgment hy default will be taken against you, according to the jirayerof 6aid complaint. i tie sam action is Drougnt to require t tie Holiert Hobinsoii, to make answer unJudi-heal- .1 der outh as to tlic nature, situation, amount and value of all his proKrty and effect whether by himself or other in trust for him; also of the projM'rty ami effect he has conveyed and the value thereof, aud to whom and for what purpose and upon what terms: and that he lie enjoined from iu any manner selling or disitos-iu- g g of any of his proorty or effects or therewith, and that a receiver be aje Hiuted of all his proerty. Second. To renil of the other defendants above named quire SUM v 0 to make answer under oath and set forth and In the District Court, of tae Virst Jndicial discover all things required to he stated by the ' Utah District Territory, W'elier county. defendant, Roliert Hobinsoii; that they and Mary ". - Freer, plaintiff, vs. James D. Freer, each of them be enjoined from dismtsing of or defeudiin'.with proiiertyof Kohert He. bin-so- n 1 he piiiple be Territory of I tali send greetundert heir control; also frompaying him any ing : To Jami-- s 1). Freer, defend ant. debts which tliey may owe him. Third: That You are hereby required to atqiear in an acall conveyances of proerty, effects, stocks, tion brought against you by thn above-name- d bonds. stcurities.'etc., heretofore made by the iu Court of the first Juthe District defendant Robert Robinson, to the other de plaintiff, District of the Territory of Utah, nnd to fendants be adjudged void anil be set aside: and dicial answer the Med therein, within ten complaint that defendant, Robert Robinson, be adjudged days (exclusive of the day of service) after th the owner thereof, and that thesame he applied service ou you of this summons if served wttle to the satisfaction of nlaintilT's judgment. in this county ; or, if served out of this county, Fourth: For all other eouitahle and general but in this District, within twenty days ; otherrelief. For further aud fuller particulars infer wise within forty days or judgment by default ence is hereby made to the complaint on hie will r be taken against you, according to herein. of said complaint. Aud yon are hereby notified that if you fail to This is obtain to the action brought judgment apear and auswer the said complaint as above of t his court to dissolve the txnids of mat require!, tno said piamtitt win apply to liie now and heretofore exist.ng betweenrimony the Court for the relief demanded therein. plaintiff and defendant and that the plaintiff Witness the Hon. James A. lie of tin the and control given care, custody, Mines, judge, anil the seal of the minor child, described in the complaint, to IMstrict court of the First which reference is hereby made: and for such cinl disti ict, in and for the terriand further relief as to the court may tory of Utah, this 8th day of other seem and equitable. Plaintiff alleges that July, in the year of our Lord one she is just to the said decreeon the ground entitled thousand eight hundred and that the defendant without the consent, and ninety-onithontany just cause or reason of this plainU. H.McCLCRE, Clerk. tiff, did willfully and wrongfully desert anil Ry L. B. BEST, Deputy Clerk. abandon this plaintiff; plaintiff further KIMBALL & ALLISON. that during the eriod of seven alleges, Attoruevs for I'lnintit the defendyears since said marriage ant has contributed nothing to hersupjMirt ami has lieen comjielleil SUMMONS. maintenance, and that and chihi by her In the District Court of the First Judicial and obliged to support herself labor. For further and fuller District of the Territory of Utuh, Weber ( 'oul ty. own means and is hereby made to thus C.'K. Sawtelle, plaintiff, vs. T. J, Edwards, cparticulars onreference file herein. mplaint defendant. Ana you are hereby notified that if vou fail The People of the Territory of Utah send to appear and nnswer the said complaint as greeting T.J. Edwards, dofendiint. above required, the said Plaintiff will apply You are hereby required toappearin an action u therein. to tne court tor t ne reiu-brought against you by tlienh,) ve named plainWitness the Hon. James A. tiff in the District. Court of fie First Judicial Miner, and the seal of judge, District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the District court of the First the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exin Judicial and for seal District, clusive of the day gf service) after the service the'ferritory of Utah, this 25tli4 on yon of this summons if served within this of in the July, yearof our day county: or, if served out of this couuty, but in Lord one thoiif-ameight hunthis District, w: hin twenty days; otherwise . ninetv-ouedred and within forty days or judgment by default w ill V. II. Mct'LcaF, Clerk. be t aken against you, accordirg to the prayer of Ry L. B. Best. Deputy Clerk. said complaint. Lessenger ife Loar. Attys. for Plaintiff. The said action is brought to obtain the judgment, of this court against the defendant ALIAS SUMMONS. tor the sum of fctri9.70 principal with interest thereon to date amounting- to ti'l.'M) and his In the District Court of the First Judicial costs of suit. Plaintiff alleges that defendant District of Utah Territory, Weber County. was indebted to one firm of ldelman Bros, for vs. Jean lremam. Minnie the above amount state, on balance of an ac- defeudant.Iremuiu, plaintiti, count for goods sold and delivered to the said the people of the Territory of Utah send defendant at the request of the defendant by greeting to Jean Tremaiii, defendant. plaintiti; that thereafter said Idlemnn Bros, asbra are hereby riimired to appear in an signed the said indebtedness to this plaintiff. action brought against you by the ahove- For further and fuller particulars reference is named plaintiff, in the District Court of thft hereby made to the complaint on lile herein. First Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, And you are hereby notified that, if you fail to and to answer the complaint tiled therein, appear and answer the said complaint as above within ten days (exclusive of the day of required, the said plaintiff will take judgservice) after the service on you of this sum- ment against you for the sum of $4fM.90, and interest and costs of suit. served out of this County, hut in t his District, Witness the Hon. James A.Miner within twenty days; otlirwise withip torty judge, and the seal of the Disdays or judgment by default will be taken trict Court of the First Judicial against you. according to the prayer of said in and for the Territory complaint. District seal , of Utah, this 15th day of Nov., said action is brought The to obin t he year of on r Lord one t housof this court to tain the judgment and eight hundred and ninety. of dissolve the bonds matrimony now C. H. McCliek, Clerk. and heretofore existing between the plainB. Clerk. L. Best, Deputy By tiff and defendant, and that plaint iff be reM. V. Uilhkkt, Attorney for Plaintiff. t: Minnicv stored to her maideu name, Prince ami plaintiff prays for general relief, which plaintiff alleges that she is entitled to NOT ICE FOR PUBLICATION. said decree on the ground that the defendant No. Info. baa wilfully and without cause deserted md Land Office at Salt. Lake City. Utah, abandoned the plaintiff. Plaintiff further Filed July 21, mi. 1 the defendant has wilfully and Notice is hereby given that the following- alleges that neglected to provide the plaintiff with the named set tiers have died not ice of their intention common of life, having the ability necessaries to make final proof in support of their claims, and to do so, and has compelled hvo that said proof will be made before the Probate by her own efforts and labors.the plaintiff to Weber Judge of Weber county, at OgdenvizCity. For further and fuller particular reference is : William county, Utah, on August SI, 191, file herein. made to the complaint P. Chambers Sr.. homestead No. 6.VS4, for the hereby And yon are hereby notiHed that if you fail to V4 of ot norti north northeast.'a and north comlilainf as abova said answer the west li section 32. township 7, north of range 1 appear and required, the said plaintiff will apply to the east, Salt Lake meridian. demanded th.rein. He names the following witnesses to prove his court for the relief Witness the Hon. Jpmes A. Miner continuous residence upon and cultivation of and the seil of the DiJudge, B. Judkins, Richard said land, viz: Etigen strict Court of the First Judicial Jones Jr.. Joel Campbell andWarren Campbell, D stric, in and for (fhe Territory nil of Eden. Weber county. Utah. seal, of Utah, this Mil daV of August. Also at the same time and place, viz : Robert in the year of out Lord ono Montgomery, homestead No. 76.i,1 for the souththousand eight lumdred and east ' , of northeast V and lot and east S of ninety-onsoutheast 4 section ft, township 7, north of C. IT. McCluke, Clerk. 1 east. range B. L. Best. By Deputy Clerk. He names the following witnesses to prove A Pekkins, Atty's for Plaintiff. Malokey his continuous residence upon snd cultivation of, said land, viz: Josopu S. (iardner, John NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Shaw, Warren Campbell and tieoige Shaw, all No. l4:S. of F.den, Weber county, L tali. Frank D. Hobbs, Register, Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah,) I Ofcrof: J. Marsh. Attorney. July ll, 1X91. Notice is hereby given that- the following of hisintentionto notice tiled has settler named lttllMKHS AND MERCHANTS BANK. NO, make final pnof in support of his claim, and V 2l;i Washington avenue. Ogden, Utah. that said proof will lie made before the proI'll,,!!-!mtbscri bed. 150.000. Trnmacts a gen of Morgan county, Utah, at Morbate Exchange on all the gan, judge eral banking business. Utah, on August i'., 191, viz: Ole Olson and principal cities of the United States 9093, for the southeast quarter homestead entry Special attention given to collections. of section 20. township 5. north of range 2 east. Kountze Bros., New York; Correspondents: witnesses to prove hia names the following lie Knauth. Nachod A-- huhne. New York: Mer- continuous residence upon, aud cultivation of, The Ameri chants Loan .V Trust Co., Chicago: : viz said land, can National HatiK, uinana : l ne national ouiik Samuel Campbell, William B. Campbell of Commerce. Denver: Sather Banking Co.. San Charles ('riddle, Jerediah Ii. Little, all ol Lit National Bank, Francisco ; The United States county. Utah Morgan Portland : MrCormick A" Co.. Salt Lake City ; J. tletoti, FkanR 1. 1Tobi. Register . (rritlii'se, bunker. online. P.W, Dabkb, Attorney for Plaintiff. J. M. Lanusdobf, Cashier, '(in. '