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. -- 4 'K'ls' - AWW THE MORSISG EXAMINER: OGDEN. 8 3.25:' calves 3.6u 62-0- Music & Art Instructors I JOSEPH EAUkANTTNE. Dbvteor Ogdaa Tabernacle Chair- -; Void. i BiSDLE Inatructcr an Piana (Laachatnahy Method) Stuaio 2406 Mediae Ava. Qraheatrel leader, VIMin lnotruotor. Pill phono 976X 32; Poplar aV CPlAA C. THATCHES, P Arranger af Wuale terOroheetre and Bead. Theatrical Piantat in '110 Waah. A phana 74. RUTH A ABOUT ViHm and Voir Suraa Av readier af Ind IDA M. CASSIN Inatruetar af Piano. Studio 2660 Lincoln Ava. DENT MOWCRV MIS CARA WARNER, Teach-arLaachotraky Mathod. Plana a It St Violin. 643 27th Pima-TlM- n. 660 Ball Phana 716 Twenty-thir- , r, d Plana Tuner and repairer. Fine d utlMI regulating- - 2367 Crt ' i tan, Wuh MRS. S. E. REDFIBLD Taacnar of Kano. Stadia; 646 WadNbigton Avonua. , i MISS DELLA LUND, North 30. ClVor Waah. Av MISS ALMA BAUER af Piana, Leaehatraky Method, Studio Slot Adama Ava. ART a o REDFIELO, Taachar ad Violin and Trombone Orchcap'al Work a Spaalalty. -- Studio Ava. 49 Waahlngtnn ysj. MISS OLOA WEHREND, Taaahor af SlnglnB. 306 Adama ava. Ball phana 479-Y- . Teacher Plaiilnetwctor. Studi BU Av MRS. MARY L. SHIPP, Taachar ay Qultar and Mandolin, Raadianca 1604 13d 8L Ind. Phana MRS. J. L. HERRICK. Leeoone In ehlna painting. Piling a Complete lino af white apacialty. Studla 2710 china and material Waah. ava. ISA A. ADAMS MISS MARIE ADA 1C. BARRATT Taachar) af piano and veoal cul- tural BMdio, Ogden (Wedneaday and TburaMay.) 2643 Lincoln ava. Studio, Site Lake City (Monday, Friday andf Saturday,) 21 Kandall .Square, Inttructor In Art; Drawring, Oil, Water Color end China Painting. Studla S430 Lincoln Ave MIBB LUCILE WALLACE Taachar In Chinn Painting. Dtalar In Pina Chinn, Plain and Decorated. Stuolo rear 642 FTth. St Real Estate Agents PcrthcrgaifiB'la Ogden and autaida propertia aca Claaaiflad Sale column. WM. A.HICKENLOOPER. Rtal'jSataW, Inauranea and Invoat manta. 209bEataa Building, telN.H. Iva . aue-aaaa- JAL.EBALLANTYNE. Rani Estate, Inauranea and Otfioa 616 Eeclea Bldg. 'Phana. - J. PORRISTALL. M. Real Eatata and Surety Bond Inauranea, 216 Eaclao Bldg. W. N. PEIRCE. Raal Estate, Notary, Fire and Ufa InaursMo 416 14th SL Bath phona W. B. WILSON Real Eatata, Inauranea and In0 Eceiaa Bldg. vestment!, Repi phono. H. H. GODDARD, Real Eatata, Loana, Inauranea, Commercial Stock 610 Eeelaa Bldg. u a. ' Ives. Real Eatata, Loan Insurance, Rents, Collection Notary Public. A F. BRATZ. Fir Real Batata, inauranea. Leans, Notary, 410 25th St Both phone KELLY A HERRICK. General Inauranea, Loana at Rani Entete Investments. Rental WENGER, Raal Estate, Fir Inauranea, Mart-gag- a Less 33 First Natl Bank Bldg- - Ind, Phan 721. AH. 6 QODbARD, Real Eatata, Fire and Lift Inrun net. Notary Public; 412 Eoclca Bldg. Bell Phene 6342. W. B. WEDELL Real Estate, Loana, Inauranea end Rentals. 2468 Washington ava. Boyle block. Both phana SKEEN. Special attention proparty. 49 First Natl Bnk. Bldg. Beth M. SO J. C. NYE. Eatata, Loans and Inaur-anNotary Public, 2411 Washington Avenu Real LC. 46 A S. SMITH Mina and Realty Broker. Notary Public. Room SI, First NaL Bank. Ind. phonn 5S7. J. C. SIMMONS. Real aetata dealer In Five Points propertia and farm land Rental 220 Waah. Ava, properties handled. Bell phone 9W-y- . EARTH for BALE at "OOD8 and I. T. Alvord,. 2277 Wash. Ends. Phene 272. Lands, Leans, Investments, Furniture, Hardware, Dlaha CHAUNCV PARRY Raal Eatete. Plra Inauranea and lean Comer 23d ard Wah4 Bx : Cash 67. 52. Barley Cash 27 Flax and clover, no trade. Timothy Sopt. 2.65. y per-Mon- value. 62.285.000. I'nlted Rtates bonds were all changed on cell. mnt. un- DOUGLASS NOT A CANDIDATE. Monument Reach. Mass.. Aug. 22. William R. Bnchamn. former private secretarv of in. 1, Douglass of B Cleveland. Aug. 22. The Iron Trade former governor. Issued this stateReview tomorrow will sav: ment last nigh: Fig Iron still occupies the center of Dnglass author! tbe stage, tbe demand during the pat me to say that he will neither denv week bring very active, with price ncr affirm the repor that he ia willing slewing further advances In some to become the IVniormtle. candidate centers feverish conditions are appar-wnil- fur Governor, provided he did not have contest fir- - the delegates. subabllng. and both bujera anj to nuk sellers are showing s disposition to "He said that be knew nothing of watt, especially before entering Into 'he e'ory until he f.w It !h a paper Pi'ntmci for next year's requirement, and that a two gentlemen are conbut for the most part the week ha tending for the nomination, he would witnessed anxiety In the buyers to consider it undtimfied to enter anv place order and of their failure n content." many eases to get iron tar prompt In tbe south from $15 to shipment EXCURSION TO RIG HORN for spot Its is being obtained eat-ilsome while the and for sale shipment, Sept, ivt and 3rd. first half of next year have been inode at 14.i. 115 more nearly represent 620 round Frannle. WTo.. via the market In tbe east the ecarelv Inliin rnclfletrip id'o Iienver or via Oreseemx o be confined largelj to Short Line ad Butte. Tickets Iron The sales in the New gon to return iw' Oct. lot. York district Included 25.OU0 tons of good basic. .'lon tons cf foundry sni 4.utjn RECEPTION OF BRYAN. ton of gray forge. In the central 15.000 ton west Mias Included of New Haven. Conn., Aug. 22 Arbasic s 14t0 vsllev and lZit.O'tii tons tar the reception of Wilof Hessemer at 619.15 vallpv. both tar rangement liam j. Brian cn th 61at instant, were of first the half lhi7. delivery during begun to day Freaicent Merer of the New York. New York. Aug. 21 C!oe Prime rd Nw Haven A railroad, will 6 cent nirwntile paper per offer Mr Bryan :r.'- use cf his private 40 a: weak 44 for car for hla trip xchange New York to this tatnia-and at 481.85 tar s:ty-dncity and return toils posted rate 452 ; (Liver nor Rolw-i- , being unable to r ror.imerna! bills 4i! bar has selected Lieu-- I represent the 66 Mexican dollar 51. Governor Woodruff ta act In Government bonds steady: railroad that at be luncheon tn be capacity firm bonds given Mr Bryan IRON JOHN E. BAGLEY. MARKET. Ream 31 2408 Washington Ava. Attorney Offica B. T. HULANIBKI Attemsy-at-Law- I, Room 21-2- 2 Attemay-at-La- and D. First Hat. Bank. SKEEN and Ceunselort-LaEcclas Bldy. 300-30- 1 . First Nat Bank Bid R. S. FARNSWORTH 314 and 32. J. Attomey-at-La- Offlc v AtlOrney-at-La- C. GUNNELL 316 Ecalas T. R. OCONNELLY. Law. Attamey-at- 344 TwentyfewrMi St., aver Richard-son'Orooory. Ind. phono 84. s Ballaing. -- stcel-makln- THOMAS MALONEY M. D. LESSENOER Attemay-at-La- SOS Altemcy-at-La- Raforaa In Bankruptcy. U. A 2442 Washington Ava. r, Eeclea Building. City Florists THE PORTER FLORAL CO. Chaleo cut flowers always on hand. Floral designs a apeeMIty. r.Groenhouae aor. Jeffaraon ava. and Twentieth at. W. L. Porter, Mgr. Phanaa Ball 2002; Ind. 293. . " VARNEY FLORAL S6. chaioac! carnation roaaa r Dewar with apprepriats gnann. Prleaa modlrata. 162 Thirtieth. at. Bell 813-K- . The and-othe- VARNEY FLORAL CO. Floral designs of evaiy description ta order. Delivery promptly mad Order by phana. Ball II Greenhouse, 162 Thirtieth at. 3-- OGDEN FLORAL CO. Store 411 Twenty-Floral Artist fourth at Greenhouse opposite QJSnwoed park. Phono Ball 696-x- , Ind. 193. W. B. LISTER. cnTal parlors. Sunday; 10 .m. till 2 p. m. Open- - Over Browning' 2ta1' Waah. Ava. Atlanta. Ga., Aug. state primaries are 22. Democratic being held throughout the state today for the nomination of a full Hat. of state and county officers. The campaign for the gubernatorial chair has been waged tor the last fourteen months between Hoke Smith, secretary of the Interior unde; Cleveland, and Clark Howell, editor of the Atlanta Constitution, with J. H. Bstill. editor of the Savannah News; R. B. Russell, a prominent lawyer, and James Smith, e wealthy farmer, as the other candidates. The contest between Howell and Hoke Smith has been particularly bitter and the largest Interest in the result lieq between these two candidates. The voting here early today has been very heavy. ALLEGED MOB LEADER. Takes tha Stand and Daniaa Taking Part in Lynching. Gal-brait- I rw d R-t- 7-- 1 ! i 3-- 4 k, Officers ! a:l-ve- n, FEL8MAW8 BENTAL PARLORS; Over Spsrgo'a Book Boar, 8468 Waah. Av 'Phene 79-BatL DEMOCRATS They Are Voting for State and County Ht-fp- 15-1- Ogden City Dentists GEORGIA 8prlngfield. Mo.. Aug. 22. Doss one of the alleged mob lead' or, on trial charged with second degree murder, took the siand today in his own behalf to prove that he was not active In the lynching of the three negro taken from the jail here ir. April Isct. and s'rung up In the public square. Galbraith em phsticallv declared that he did not reach the public square until after tbe first negro had been banged and while members of The mob were drawing up the eeci-nnegro. AGRSR14N DISORDERS. Sugar and Coffe. The epecratora loudly applauded New York. Ang 2. Sugar Raw, i 22 Samara. The when be left file s' and. firm: fair refining 3 Aug. 0 G; cen'rif-ngain this province it P'l tea: 1 molasses sugar agrarian ritua'm 630.00 are prevalent 3 1601-16- ; refined eteady: crushed moat grave. Thccr-tenand trnoos bsve .no. In numerous 5 00; powdered 5 00; granulated been requisitioned to restore order In To Frannis. WyoM and Return. COFran SteaJy: Ne. T Rio 8 hree locall'le whore firing Is going on Many men have tieen killed. V:a Oregon Short Line through Kansas City Cettla. Butte. Mom. Tickets on sale Sept. Kansu (Tty. Mo., Aug. 22. Catle Pr. 1st and 2rd. limited to 2 days. Through rldent Inference fbcaprst Receipts l."1. fl'.eady; na,!ve TNitpas' Erie.-'-i- r n;j. Stops the pain tourlt: will be provided via a'eers S4.ih86.25; cows and hr.fe' ar.l hens the wmind. All druggist this line,s'cpT which is only direct route 62 u'.'OS.rO; stockers and feeders I2.G) svli It. Bee O. S. L agents tor particulars. 6 Boston of . Attorneys VOLNEY Soma Stray Dog Also Want Up a Fraction. Rye roc-to- AGEE, CHEZ A M'CRACKEN Attameya and Counealara. , Raoma 440-4- 3 First NaL Bank Bldg. Recovers Daly Judge 44. 3-- - e ROLAPP. Real Eatata ,Firo Inauranea, 404 Bede Notary Public, Rental Bldg, Ball phene 26; Ind, S3. A A Fork Lard Riba 8ept. Dec- - 30 7 6. Sept. 3J Jan. 17J5. Sept. Sept. 6 60; Oct. 667 Sept. 6.95; Oct. 8.70. 6-- Farm Lands. paid ta Phonaw Owta e A. A. and Cora - J. J. BP.UMMITT Real Eatata. Loana, Inauranea, 1408 Washington Ava. Bath phanaa. 219-22- Wheat 7-- - BLAIR HENRY OF SALES LARGER YESTERDAY THAN TUESDAY. pro-rkni- a A W. SALTER, TcAckif if ytiMb A W. PURDY. Studla 2746 Adam Phana 117 Ind. Taachar of Violin; aMa Orcaaatral I ,Weric, 1S5 20th St Ball phana ISkf. AODIE J. PAiftRY and taul-taInatruetar an Piana, Or ERNEST M. W. JONES Vocal keaacno Taught by Plana, Cabinet Organ and Han St hfta. Studio 361 Twenty-thirmany. Stadia IMS Waah. Av MRS. TILLIE N. BLASDEL. . Plaalata, TNachar a. Piana. .Studio 2666 AdamlPhna Ind. 45 uied-ratal- - A M. PANTONE Violin Inotrucicr. Orchcatral Werk a apcclalty. 2721 JeHaraen Ava. H. H. MORTON. Orchaatnal Work a BpcclaRy. Taachar of Vtoll Studio 1001 Oak . Avenue. : Balt Lake, Aug. 22. Although the volume of eales during the forenoon call of the mining exchange were somewhat larger than they were during the corresponding period yesterlarge compared ilh tea day, tha general tone of the market Wool. we days of the week, and the trend unsteady; yet qniie a number Wool 22. St. Mol, Louis, Aug. of event aeemad working toward a of the stock called showed tome f.tlrly medi; western and Bid logical conclusion. It was evi- Steady territory Lower Mammoth advances good dent that the element to which re- ums 62026; Ane mediums 16020; fine stiffened considerably; so did Laly sponsibility attaches lor the recent 14017. Judge recover some from the weakmovement had begun to take heed of ness displayed yesterday. Stray Dog FUTURES. CHICAGO Impending financial conditions. also went up a few points, while NeIndeed tha day's developments in Hills remained ready at $3.05. Futures Ranged at vada that quarter were highly Interesting Tha Leading Fallow The eloaing quotations were: and called tor serious consideration. Nut only did call money advance tu 7 per rent, the highest figure In aaveral months, but there was also a decided stiffening In time loans, C par cant being demoded for fractional periods. With tha present weak bank position, the surplus of the saaorlaied institutions ai its lowest for this particular period In thirteen years, and enormous crop demands approaching, it was quite natural that money conditions should undergo a marked change. There were persistent reports of early gold Imports and the further weakness In exchange lent plausibility to theee stories, but aapert figures that none would be obtainable before tbe coming week. If then. Tbe early feature was the movement In tbe Hill stocks, which carried Great Northern preferred to the highest level reached In the present movement. Northern Pacific participated la this movement, and the threadbare story of the "ore deal," with resultant rights.'' to holders af ihe Hill issue was revamped with a wealth of circumstantial detail. As a matter of fact, the financial comthat munity la of the opinion the negotiations between The Hill Interests and the Vnlted Rules Steel corporation for control of these ore properties have been practlrally rlnaed. That some very material benefits will accrue to holders of the Hill eerurltiee Is also believed, but designs do not point to any early agreement on thla vary Important nutter. The Irregularity which characterised the opening of the local market Cash Quotation was doubtless a reflection of conditions Cash quotations were as follows: in London which sold Ameriosn securiFlour, steady. ties, later taking the same attitude in No. 2 spring wheat, 740 75; No. market. Trustworthy the reports 2 red, 704607144-No- . agree tliai that center haa taken bugs 2 corn. 4946; No. 2 yellow. 5146. profits In American stock on the reSAN FRANCISCO STOCKS cent rise. The Harrlmaa Issues man! Nj. 2 oats, 2946; No. 2 white, 3046 tested a halting ton at the opening 0 324,; No. 3 white. 2603144. Interstate Brokerage Company Aug N j. 2 rye. 56. but later moved np with the remainder 22, 19C6. of the actlv list, keeping well above Fair to choice mailing. 460 51. No. 1 flax seed, LvS; No. 1 norththe previous day's closing quotation They held rather better than certain western, 1.12. other active tear.ee whose early gains Short ribs, aides (loose) 1.860 1.95; were wiped eat- - la- the beginning of mens pork per 100 Ibi., 17.05017.10; the afternoon suasion, when the rat lard, per 100 lbs., 1.6216; short ribs for rail money advanced to the high sides I boxed I 9.2509A7Va. eat. It was at this Juncture that room Whiskey, basis of high wines, 1.29. trader tank sn aggressive attitude on the bear aide, owing auwka at marked Shipmsnta and Receipt concessions In tbe hope of catching Articles. Receipts, Shipment stop orders. This move was partly 234.600 46.400 surcessfnl. but the freedom with which Ftour, bbls 19.100 Wheat, bu ......207,500 these offerings was absorbed soon Corn. 219.400 , .'...204400 bu. brought a substantia lolly. After a . 115,100 ',...000,000 brief period of dullness during which Oau, bn. . 1.000 Oraat Northern preferred. Northern Rye. bu . .I... 5,000 1.100 38,500 Fertile and Colorado Fuel lost the Barley, bu. greater part of their early gains, the Produce Exchang market started anew under the lead On the 'produce today, the of Vnlted States Steel. The common stack was taken In enormous QuanU butter market was firm; creameries, the high- 190224,; dairies, 17020. ties, selling as high as 46 est price reached In four ) ears. The Eggs steady at mark cases. Included. buying was reported to be of an inr 1246010; Arsis, lGVi prime firsts, 18; preaclve character and was srrompa' extras. 206. nled by rumors that this stock would Cheese, strung, U4013V6be placed on a 4 per cent basis. Its original status at tbe next meeting. COLORED POPULATION OF CHI-The sharp rise in Steel brought out a CAGO. lot of stock and the price fell cff. The market underwent a rnmplete reversal rhiesgo. Aug. 22. Chicago's colin the list twenty minute, a terrific ored population ha Its "4ti0." Its drive by ihe shorts and the western members are listed in the "Colored coterie affecting price peoples Bluebmik of CTlleago," Just aperulntlve throughout the Hat. Not only were all published. the day's gains loet In this movement, The book contain ninety pages of decline advertlM-men- t bill a number of material concerns of business were reglatersd. the market closing run by colored people, a classified bu weak. There was a further lose by the jnt,M Bn(j professional directory and the derrese names of 400 "prominent colmed banks to the now nnuwintlng to almost 65.0fln.ono. selected according to social In addition to this toss it 1 underhave standing. stood that some of the hank According to th's directory. Chicabeen making heavy direct shipments go's 35 colored population has of currency to western and southern churches. 39 lawyer 4 newspapers. 14 literary clubs. 10 so40 points. IVinda were firm. Total sale par cialphistr.lans. club aud 35 women's clubs. Otraat d 23, 2.(Kg.i5. CTueogo, Aug. 22. Ctoev: Lee. 73 Sept. 7u N'ca York. Aug. 22 la the stock loony tre fienxy of Uia fujr Harrlmaa day following the upiaude gave place to a saner and a safer course- Trading was only phana 1170. P. HUNTER Taachar f Guitar and Mandalm. Piano-Stadi(Moravia ByaMm). Ala 246 Quincy Ava. MR. A AUGUST MORNINO, 2 5fl 8.M Chicago Produce. markti W. B. STOWELL Taachar af CuiUr, Mandolin and Piana-246- f tg"r "j -- Trading Was Only Moderately Large, Compared With the ProvMua Days of tns Weak. MUSIOIANS PROTECTIVE UNION Mocta at Caloo Labor hall avcoal a. fiaadag af each month, at 11 1. C. Chaa. William, prauldaat; Wealover, aaoraiary. steers w. - ll-CP- NOT SO MUCH ACTIVITY ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE. THE MISSES WILLIAMS Piano Inatrvctora. Stadia 1261 Wall Ava. fOUO L. W oow "... iv klsrkat 6c Hogs Receipts lower: bulk ut satee 63 1686 SB; heavy : 1006.27 36.bv06.2O; packers pigs and lights $5.76 8 f. 32 Mullens 4 Sheep Receipt S.ur-.; range 250650; lambe wether $4 500 6 60; eea I4.008i.5u. VOLUME GERTRUDE MISS ' Budding a Specialty. 2912 Orchard Ana. Studio STOCK MARKET a T THURSDAY UTAH, ff4 7i; hull v6.2e; westers we-er- ''i' i l&M.