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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: Tl'ESDAY, AUG at ttt dent of tM Xanoeal Secular Hill l ST 1. 1S91. Rio Grande Western of wtirtr, Railway. if irfarta. to appeared oa HM ni ti:r aUA, i MM Mi. Focw v.: BEaWBa u-.- ptat- - STANDARD ti Mtfaa. tnaSj aspiaart that t laiim of peiJidy nanuag which had Wo frequently ob- to be a trarerfy of any If paraBta to to publicly identified tto Freethooht party, there waa no why thk ehoolJ not be dooe. CURRENT TIME TABLE NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING. ra-- ! r n rr-o- Then Mr. Foote, haricg kwl the with doe aoltannity, named it baby -The CarlileBradUoahOwenOolding.first of thu purtentooa itniig of "gien tunes" is den red from Richard Carlil. who offered ten yean of imprisonment early in thia oentnry for aaeerting the right of free publication. Mr. Foote expressed a hope that, when the child become old enough to understand the significance of the uamea be bears, he may prora worthy of them. Cor. Public tni yES, The Fin de aWle in everything, Paha has discovered that ahe U the prood poaseasor of the very latest thing in cannibals man who eata hi own flesh. A policeman on doty on the Boulevard a day or two ago was astonished to see an itinerant render of some commodity or other deliberately and without apparent suffering cot off a long atrip of the muscular part of his left arm with a pair of scissors. This eccentric individual, who ia only twenty years of age and goes by the name of Leon, was taken to the police station, where it was discovered that he had in a similar manner removed largo slices of flesh from bis thighs and calves. So far as could be gleaned from the poor fellow's incoherent talk be has for six months past been under the influence "f a mad desire to eat the body of a girL He related how on many toOMrfoM he had followed little children with an open knife coucealed In his hand, ready to cut off and devour a portion of their flesh, and how he had just, and only jut. control enough to prevent him from carrying out bis desire. His mania, however, remained, and in order to satisfy it he had recourse to his own Ptobs, which are mutilated shockingly. Ustl extraordinary case of mental aberration is lieing studied carefully by the medical authorities at the Sainte Anne hospital London Graphic. post-office- ." Press. The Reported Core of Cancer. Dr. H. J. Iardwicke, surgeon to the Sheffield Public Hospital for Skin Din eases and the Ear and Throat hospital, who has studied for twenty years Hie treatment of cancer and lupus, believes that he can now cure both diseases without resorting to the surgeon's knife He has been in communication with Professor von Moretz and finds that his system is similar to that recently announced by that gentleman to the Society of Physicians at Vienna. Dr. Hardwicke has hitherto for various reasons refrained from publicly explaining his treatment, but having now almost brought his method to a state of perfection he is anxious and willing to place the details before such of his medical brethren as express to him any desire to be acquainted with them. With this object in view he will be glad to in vite such would be inquirers to visit n eelected number of cases now under treatment and carefully examine them, and also to examine a number of persons who have been cured during the past eighteen years. Pall Mall Gazette. "Too Mftna Reda Shoe." "I make from two to tree dolla' day," Italian bootblack with two chairs under the Elevated stairs. "Bisna no good. No good lasta yeah. Foa I maka tree, fo', fiva and sometimes sixa dolla' day." "What's the reason business is not so good now?" "Harda times, reda shoes and pata leatha shoes; too many mena in bisna. My besta custama no mor blacka shoes. Weara reda an' pata leatha shoes. See' Lasta yea, dis yea, same. I paya man dolla' day helpa, an' boarda him. Maka no mon" "What did you do before you came to this country?" "I farina. My man he farina, my son fc farma. Farma no good, Italy. I maka dolla' week. Sacre!" New York Herald. Baid an Four boys of Birdseye, Ihd., found an old coat near the railroad and began tossing it about and beating each other with it A bank note slipped from beneath one of the patches. The boys ripped the coat to pieces and it panned out 1,711. k s--t v rk; . Mail 1 . tM Leava Oaxtea Arrive Salt Lac LaavaSali Laka Arriva Pravo Laava Prove The Circular if sealed, deceiveth for a moment, but the Newspaper is read and hearkened unto- Sign . ThellSandwieh Signs man is sometimes in sight he mingleth with the crowd at the windows of the Newspaper Advertiser. ThellSign Fence far across the medow waste, but the in his Newspaper. Wherefore the use of the Newspaper is the beginning of Advertising wisdom. Printer's Ink. stretcheth Railway traveler is engrossed MM as J aU: a. : 1130 a a. u a a 11 p. m p till 3a LaavaUaavas Laava Cutj. Springs LeavePoatao 11 1 LaadviUa lasts Las GsBBWood Spri a Arr va Grand Junction ae p p as 11 30 a aa 4:40 a m 1 1 ilpa an lo LasvaGrud Junction.... Arrive Green K ver US a. 8:45 a. Leave Grew niter 1 3 LeaveProvc Arme Salt Lake Laava Salt Lake. Arrive Qftan 4 30 p. lu p p 4 44 4 p p JOO TRAINS. OODEB AVD 1U.T Oir.ien. X a. m., a 0iieu 6il p. m U. 1MJUUK. i. ;. Uao. Manager H. HK.NNKTT, (ten. Pas. Aft- - U. P. TIME TABLE t'nion PeciHc trains will arrive and leave Ogden City Union depot as follows: Wyoming- ABBIYEH. 2M No. No. No. :lu am am am Limited Fast Mail Atlantic hi press 122 -- Park City Expreat am e:30 AjOO 8:00 " pm pm DFPABTR. Idaho Division. N. they like other places in varying degrees, down to the "one night stands," which they do not like at all. The reasons are obvious, but a new illustration may be found in an incident of Miss Rose Cogh-lan- 's tour of some of the small towns of Pennsylvania. In "Peg Woffington" Miss Cogblan introduces a minuet, and she has an orchestral score specially prepared for it It is the custom when the company is traveling to send this ahead, so that the orchestra of the theater can rehearse it In a certain one night stand the advance agent approached the manager on this subject and asked if the orchestra could be called together. "Well, the fact is," replied the manager, "we haven't got an orchestra." "No orchestral" "No, only a 'pianoist.' " What was more, the manager did not think that an orchestra could be had in the town. The advance agent telegraphed back to the town whore the company was for instructiona After much consultation it was decided that a piano score must be made from the already existing orchestra score. The leader of the orchestra of the theater agreed to try his best to make this new score. It was a large labor for him, as he was not used to such work, and he staid at the theater for two hours after the performance to do it Then it was sent forward in triumph to the "pianoist," and the crowning calamity was discovered the "pianoist" was blind. In the end a violinist was found who made some attempt at playing the music, and the advance agent began a more thorough system of investigation into the resources of the theater visited. New York Tribune. The Temple of the Revolution. 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 or- der 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 bottom of the movement, by which it was intended that the army should arouse the fears of congress and the people and thus get better treatment The meeting was fully attended, and Washington made an address so patriotic and firm in behalf of patience and loyalty that the result was a 6eries of resolutions promising all that Washington had innseled. New York Sun. will become the most prosperous place on this continent Moreover, a large, part of this region is still practically unoccupied. There is room here for thousands of energetic young men to go in and make their fortunes. Here are mineral, manufacturing and agricultural facilities unsurpassed. Chivalry in a Bootblack. On the corner of one of tlw business streets of the city the other morning shoeblack had just 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 on 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 yon?" he asked of the boy. "Five cents, sir." "Oh, but you should have more than five cents for polishing my shoes," said he gentleman, tapping the thick sole significantly with his cane. "No, sir," said the boy; "five 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 daysof chivalry are over, Detroit Free Press. Coroner's Verdict. A coroner out west recently reasoned out 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 off was blown into a million pieces. The following wae the verdict, delivered with great gravity by the official: "Can't be called suicide, bekuse he didn't mean to kill himself; it wasn't "visitation of God" bekase he wasn't struck by lightning; be 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, bo I shall bring in Died for want of common sense." Green Bag. A lf Patting 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 hia 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, The other morning while making re- alas! I am afraid, too freqnent demands a to residence Moulton in pairs township. on their charity, if I suggest that 1 now 0., carpenteis came upon a nest of bats possess a most ample and varied collecin a window casing. They killed 280 of tion of and what we chiefly the animals, which ranged in size from need nowbuttons, is some needles and thread an inch to seven inches in length. ind a little elotli." Exchange. We simply nave a whirligig of temperature which, like everything else American, tries to break the record. And it does it No doubt of that We defy any other country on this globe to show a thermometer that can tumble head over heels and skip down hill 63 degs. in five hours. Nay, more. It does worse than that In New York city, at the breaking of the unparalleled heated term in June, the weather clerk was watching the thermometer at the moment the cool wave struck it, and actually saw the mercury go down 10 degs. in five minutes. Fact We have the authority of the whole United States government to back it up. In what other country of the earth can it be raining at 6 o'clock in the evening and the thermometer stand 30 degs. be low zero at 6 o'clock next morning? iTou never know when or how the Wit or cold is going to strike you. It can be usually predicted of any place that it will be either warm or cold at a given time of the year, and certain spots are usually known to have a warm temperature while certain others can be depended on for a reasonably cool one Everywhere but in America, that ia New England is supposed to be reasonably cool, for instance, yet on the late famous hot June day the thermometer was as high at Portland, Me., as in many of the southern cities. Boston and Galveston had just the same temperature at the same hour of the day. So did Cleveland and New Orleans. At 8 o'clock in the morning where was the hottest place in North America? W&a it Key West or Mobile or anywhere in Arizona? No, it wasn't It was in Pittsburg, that cold northern city, above whose smoke the foothills of the snow clad Alleghenies frown everlastingly down. The temperature there at 8 o'clock a. m. was 86. On that same day, Providence, registered 107 in the shade, while New York city came in as a good second with 100. On this day of days, where now was the coolest place in this scorched, roasted continent? It was in northern Maine, of course, or in the states bordering on British America in the northwest, or certainly in Canada. Well, no, it was not It was nowhere else than in that alleged blistering desert, New Mexico, While New England fanned itself and blessed itself and used bad words because of the heat, Santa Fe bundled itself into its spring overcoat with the thermometer at 42 In Corea every unmarried man is considered a boy, though he should live to be 100. No matter what his age, he follows in position the youngest of the married men, despite the fact perhaps of having lived years enough to be their father. Attacbbd rat TO 1U Tiaocti Tbaibb. fmrtaar lworrcsiioa in snv Tlrksl tsaal at slUraas (mi. Agt.. Salt Lake City aap't .IBa. E. E. WALKER, TICKET BROKER Railroad Ticketa Bonght, Sold aad lisiumi, to all points. ALL TlCIJflV TRIE D 44 Twenty AN fifth Street Telephone. THE SVICK KUlBRI HEPABTS. i No. Mail I:4J am No. X- - Hutta, Cncbe Valley and Park 9:25 h m City No. 5 Local 6:10 p m No. i Pacific Exprea It dp P m The American Climate. Our Famous Dining Cars Division. - Utah Division. We have none. CARS GEORGE W. JONES. AEE1VE. No. 3 Fat Mail 8:10 am 11 :4a am No. 4 Butte i preaa No. 6 Cache Valley and Park City.. 4 :ii p o " :20 No. Atlantic Kxpreae pm "Flanolst" Who Did Not Cse Scores. Edward Atkinson predicts that the It is well known that American actors southeastern portion 01 the United States are exceedingly fond of New York, while CHAIR OS ALL TSAIM8. LAKE. - & RECLINING HO p. m., Laave Jf p. m. Betnming arrive Oarlao Hi 2b a. m.. HO p. m. lull L m m ill AKD ASATCB. Member of the ameriraa Ticket Broker Association. Leave S" l.k-- . S.U0 a- - m., ret ti mine, arriva alt Lake 60 p. m. Railroad and Steamship amkbicaji roaa, novo, spkinoville. thistli BIT. PLEASANT MAKTI AD SALIVA I M u. in., returning, arrive Leave No. 1 I.imite.l fast mail No. 1 I'arilir exoresa No. Ill- Salt LakeKxpraa to The Commercial Publishing Co. FREE SA a as - a as Hot Sprintr Time (.'artl. M p as 1 30 The Union Pacific Railway company p. ss aa 4:47p a aa folio we 1T p as runs trains to the Spring aa Leave Hot Springs m 10 15 a a Leave Ogden m lu V, a m 12 Jtt p. m 430 p.m. mi 1X30 a. SB 5:30 p. m. 8:45 a. m. m It JJ a m 7:30 p. m. I JP a. as 10:15 p. m. The motor is not in operation. 4 Arrive Provo. Oaha. a sV p ss 45 p ss Ji p as 7 V St. Joseph, as RJ. tTiiraa Mail , liansas City. JLincoln, p as p as p su tM a m J a m l'js a at I J a. as: 1 jup m i Ai a. ftJk. LOCAL tempteth the small boy, and the robin hunter, but the Newspaper rideth in the pocket of the flfteo IS aaj ii Hand-Bil- l litereth the vestibule, but the Newspaper talketh with every member of the family. passer-by- a t ab a .KBicnwm The, Way-sid- St. Louis, ' N - as p. as p LaavaGrand JuuMiua .. .. do p as Arriva Glwwoud Sofia as taT! a Arrive Ldwilla a. nj ArrivaPnebtu ss 12:u p Ar. Colo. Springs l p m t a a as Arrive l)H.ir JB p m I Jp a as THERE ARE OTHER e Denver, Chicago, Mil. L .... J rr,ie ,rr-- hn-Laavaaretv Kivar 135 Am Grand Jaacuoa....'" Jb WAYS OF ADVERTISING. I'lrurhutn. Free Delivery of Newspapers. "I believe in the extension of the free delivery system," said Mr. Wanamaker. "Free delivery is like gas or water to a town. It increases its metropolitan character. It adds to its attractions ns a business and a residence community. I believe that the introduction of the free delivery extends the circulation of newspapers and increases letter writing. It is not convenient for a man to go to the postofflce for Iii8 newspaper. "If he could get it delivered at his door it would be a welcome visitor. But take a young couple, for example, living in a small town. The husband is at work all day. The wife does not care to go to the postofflce, or perhaps she cannot go, especially if there is a baby in the house. That man would like to take a daily paper perhaps. But he is too tired to go to the postofflce for it every evening, and so he takes a weekly paper or no paper at all. "As I said, the extension of a free system would increase letter writing too. It is astonishing to me how hard it is to convince the people that you can increase the business of the Washington (Jor. Philadelphia lM U Mart r Opinion. Haaajry TRALN3 SOLID VESTIBULE dbO-dw-a, l A GAUGE. 8 Salt Lake and Omaha Express No. 10 Cache Valley Mail No. 16 C .che Valley Accommodation 1 AKIIIVBS, :4S a m 9:10 a m 1" p m Finest Billiard Hall in Utah. Up Stairs, over 322 25th St COME AND SEE US. I. G. PROUDFIT. The New Brunswick. ATTENTION DEPARTH. No. 7 Bntte and Portland Expreee.. 12:20 p m No. 9 Cache Valley Mail 530 pm No. i Cache Valley Accommodation 2 :1ft a in MINERS ! OuiTCentral Railway 9 THE lort Line to Park City. PAiNTOliiilM OF THE TOT Octagon Drill, Steel-Miner- s Picks. On and after October 26, 1890, passenger and rn ight trains will ran as follows : PABSKNOBB TRAINS. Leave Salt Lake Leave Park City Arrive at Park City Arrive at Salt Lake SOOa, m 4:00 p. m 10 :30 a m 6:3up.m Striking Hammers. Portable Forges. FREIGHT TBAIFS. Leave Salt Lake Leave Park City Arrive at Park City 7 4 12 :50 a. m a. Anvils. p. 3:45 p. 'rrive at Salt Lake Pwelre suburban trains daily between I Lake City and Mill Creek and Sugar House. A 11 people going to Park City will find it to their interest to take this line. Jftices and Depot: Corner 8th Booth and Main street, Salt Lake City. T. J. MaekintoBh. O. F. and P. A. Vices. RAILROADS And evrything in your line Colorado Midland Railroad I at bed-roc- prices at k GEO. A. LOWE'S PIKE'S PEAK ROUTE' 2320, STANDARD GUAGE BET WEEK DENVER, OCLOBADO SPRINGS PDEBLO Washington Avenue. Ask my agent for W. I., nnnfflna Sliw It not lai anil. In vntir nlnre nnK TOItr dealer to aend for catalogue, secure the and them for agency, get OT TAKE NO Hl yon. BSTlTLTE.ua AND ,ALT LAKE CITY, ftfllipw andallmrth- - WVLi PACIFIC COAS1 weat lointa. VIA An , LEADVILLE. A8PIN and GLEN WOOD SPBING1 JCIPMENT Unsurpassed SCENERY Unequalled. Through Pullman Sleepers and Pnllmat Tourist cars between Denver aad San Francisco Through the heart, of the Rocky Mountains tne most comfortable the safest, and the grandest of all trans continental ron'es. tor rates, diwmplive pampniets, etc., can vu ot address J. D. KEKWORTHT, geuer I agent, Santa Fe Route. Malt Lake City. , H. COLLHKAN, reneral manager, toioraac Springs, Colo. I nAB, n, t, r r.. general paweuxer Denver, Colo. it 55 THE CHICAGO Milwaukee & St. RAILWAY u The Finest Dinfnjr Cars in the World. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLAS- S. Any further Information as to Rates of Fart etc., will be cheerfully furnished by ALEX MITCHELL. Agent. Traveling Agent. 61 S Main Street, SHOE S3 BEST SHOE IN THE VM GENTLEMEN WORLD FOR THE MONEY? It Is a AeamleM nboe, with no tacks or wax thread best fine calf, stylish, to hurt the feet; made of the and easy, and bevause tiv --nake more shoe of this than any other manufacturer. It equals nand-sewe- d shoes costing from S4.U0 to $5.00. JS OOUenulne !landRcwed, the finest calf shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French which cost from $S.00to $12.00. imported shoes ri Welt Shoe, fine calf, C A 00 Hanri-Seu-e-comfortable and durable. The best stylish, tP'rs i.i ever offered at this price ; same grade aa custom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $0.00. ffiO AO Poller shoe. Farmers, Railroad Men and LetterCarrlersall wear them; flnecalf, seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten-sloedge. One pair wll wear a year. no better shoe ever offered at calfione CO 30thisAneprice; trial will convince those who want a shoe for comfort and service. 43 and 8'i.OO VorklngmRnn shoes are very strong And durable. Those who have given them a trial will wear no other make. nnd 81.73 school shoes are worn by the boys everywhere; they sell n their merits, as the tucreaKlng sales show. I.nnd-newrd shoe, best Oari ICO $300 Txmgola, vervstylleh; equalsFrench imported shoes costing from f4w to llJOO. Indies' ..rn. 2.00 nnd 91.73 shoe for M lres are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable. ( tuition. that VV. L. Douglas' name and price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe. W. L. DOUGLAS, Drockton, Mass. jrnlr Paul 9 vs Is the only line running Solid Vestibuled, Steam... neatea ana biwinc-hmiiibetween Chieago and Omaha, compose of Magnificent Sleeping Cars and Commercial T. F. POWELL, WHY IS THE W. L. DOUGLAS Salt Lake City RfVC' DiJD ''00 baU !ac HOLD W. H. No. BY WRIGHT 6. SONS CO. tttMM WMbingtOD Avo..Ogdon.