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SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
OGDEN CITY UTAH
OODEN DEPAETMENT
The branch office of THE HERALD is In Reed
I Snyders iron building on Washington avenue
adjoining Boyle Cos furniture store Adver
tising rates wU1 be made known upon appLca
tion to the manager
THE DAILY HERALD is for sale at all news
stands and by all news boys and Is delivered
by carrier in Ogden for 25 cents per week No
papers stopped until arrears are paid Sub
scribers failing to receive papers promptly will
confer a favor by notifying the branch office
Parties desiring papers stopped or addresses
J changed must notify the branch office
E A LTTTUEFIEID Manager
SATURDAY January 11 1890
The City in Brief
The application of Charles Morris for a
divorce from his wife was denied yester
day by Judge Henderson and the case dis
l missed
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In the First district court yesterday A
t M Baker found guilty ofunlawful co
I habitation was sentenced to one months
d imprisonment in the penitentiary
No business was transacted by the pro
bate court yesterday
The clouds indicate more snow The i
clerk of the weather is making amends for
his neglect in past years
The only deed filed for record yesterday
was by N S Wilson to A Brewer for lots
4 and 5 block 50 plat A
The framework for an immense skylight
is being constructed on the top of the new
First National bank building
Billy Wilson the Ogden caflon sawmill
and lumber man says the snow is so deep
nine feet on the level in his logging
1 camps that operations are carried on with
ji great difficulty
Mr Anthony THE HERALDS circulator
in Ogden is reconstructing the routes and
will put on several extra carriers next
week so that the paper will be delivered to
all subscribers within an hour after its ar
rival from Salt Lake
A competent hydraulic engineer is on the
way here for the purpose of making a care
ful examination and survey at the mouth of
Ogden canon the site of the proposed dam
of the Ogden Power company
The street car track is kept clear of snow
and the motor makes regular trips over the
whole length of the Washington avenue
line The cars are heated and made com
fortable during the cold weather
The chamber of commerce annual meet
ing will be held on the 15th At this meet
J ing officers will be elected for another year
Every progressive citizen should attend
and take a hand in securing a set of good
officers to carry on the work of making
Ogden boom and grow
A number of uninformed men who came
up on the Liberal drum corps excursion
Tnursday night were in town yesterday
d It is thought they remained here to buy
some real estate
The mouth of Ogden onion furnishes a
good site for a milldam and although there
is no mill by a big dam site and countless
inches of water now goes to waste yet
everything looks fair for the speedy erec
tion of the restraining and retaining dam
T by the Ogden Power company by which I
f the stream will be thoroughly damned
r when there will be several mills by the
f dam site
As stated by THE HERALD yesterday
morning No o of the Union Pacific was
abandoned Thursday and yesterday there
was only a light eastern mail over that
road
E A Street who recently came back
from the Dolores river in Colorado will
start for that section today accompanied
by two or more miners Mr Street is
very enthusiastic over the possibilities of
successful placer mining down there and
will be prepared to thorougly prospect his I
own claims He has the wishes of many
friends here for his success
The storm of Thursday night and yester
day added at least eight inches of snow to
that before on the ground making the
depth of snow at the present time not less
than twenty inches on the level in this
valley
The First National bank building the
Cortez block Murphys block and several
others are being finished up inside and
thus quite a force of carpenters is kept
busy while the weather puts a stop on out
side building operations
The city bastile has been swabbed out
again and the bedbugs and cockroaches
have been imprisoned in their holes in the
walls by the application of a fresh coat of
lime and plaster
The Charlotte Thompson company will
hold forth at Union Opera house next
Thursday the 14th > r 74r f efi j 1
The Adrews Dramatic company has
scored a success this week Fairly good
houses have greeted the company and ail I
have been well pleased
There is more than one genius among the
4 r Ogden school boys One of them was
asked by his teacher in regard to the pro
ducts of Africa and replied that ivory
was much sought after by the traders
Asked what use was made of it he said it
was for making ivory soap The same
boy when asked what sustained the earth
said it whirled around on its axles That
boy 11 make a good Sunday school teacher
if he lives a few years longer
The mail that was saved and the passen
gers who were on the fast mail train that
was burned near Sidney Neb Thursday
morning were brought to Ogden yester
day on train No1 which got in at 353
pm nearly five hours late
The snow brigade was wrestling with
Uthe beautiful which the last storm de
posited on the depot platform
1 r
The Southern Pacific trains are running
pretty regularly now
Large numbers of sheep are being
shipped here for feeding during the winter
Sad Suicide
This community was startled yesterday
mormngby the report which went flyinS
around that another man had committed
suicide by taking strychnine Inquiry
brought out the fact that the victim was
one J V Larsen an old and wellknown
citizen who for many yearswas employed
as a fireman on the Union Pacific railway
and lately has been at work on a switch
engine in the Central Pacific yard Cor
oner Larkin summoned a jury and held
an inquest over the remains The fact was
Aelicited that Larsen ate his sudper at 6 pm
feiursday and afterward started to his bed
room where he was found dead about
7 oclock Some empty bottles which had I
contained strychnine were fonnd on the
table in his room together with a note to
his wife stating that he was tired of life
He leaves a wife and two grown daught
ers one of them being married It is al
leged that family troubles were the cause
of his sad taking off
The coroners jury composed of Joseph
Todd Samuel Horrocks and John Rack
ham found that the said Julius V Lar
sen came to his death by poison administ
ered by his own hand while in a fit of
despondency
Shilohs Catarrh Remedy
Ai No3 Shilohs Catarrh Remedy a mar
velous cure for Catarrh Diphtheria
Canker Mouth and HeadAche With each
bottle there is an ingenious Nasal Injector
for the moro successful treatment of these
complaints without extra charge Price 50
cents Sold by A C Smith Co
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The New Discovery
You have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking about it You may yourself be
one of the many who know from personal
experience just how good a thing it is Tf
you have ever tried it you are one of its
staunch friends because the wonderful
thing about it is that when once given a
trial Dr Kings New Discovery ever ifter
Ids place in the house If you have
nfver used it and should be afflicted with a
apugh cold or any Throat Lung or Chest
trouble secure a bottle at once and give it
a fair trial It is guaranteed every time or
money refunded Trial bottles free at A
C Smith Cosdrug store 6
GREEN It CO
Sanitary contractors Special machinery
f for cess pools and all kinds of scavenger
work Box 659 03 N Seventh West
I Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria
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Main Street
Ogden Utah
BCIYs and Sells
REAL ESTATE
Only > l Firstclass Property
J W FARRELL CO
Plumbing Steam and Hot Water Heating
Gas IMttijaLg
DRIVE WELL PIPES PUMPS ETC
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Telephone 200 137 Main Street
PIONEER
Patent Roller Mills
MAKUTACTUIlEnS OF
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
BRANDS
HJgh Patent
Vh01e Wheat
Bal ers No1
We warn all our customers to be sure that
they get our flour as some unscrupulous persons
are trying to imitate our brands i particularly
that of Bakers No1 All our brands have the
design of a gold medal and the name of Elias
Morris appears on every sack
ELIAS MORRIS Proprietor
I LF I S
ANDY FACTORY
Formerly on Commercial Street
Has Ren1oved
TO
329 Sixth East Street
AND IS
IN FULL BLAST
With more commodious quarters where
every order no matter how large can be ex
peditiously filled
ST Orders by mail promptly attended to
THE CULLEN HOTEL
S C EWING Proprietor
Opened October 3d 1887
THE FINEST HOTEL IN TIlE WEST
Rates 300 per Day
SPECIAL RATES TO TOURISTS
You Have
No appetite Indigestion Flatulence
Kick Hcaductie all rim down logo
InT flesh you Kill find
Totts sPills
the remedy you need They tone up
the weak stomach and build up the
fothe
them
flagging energies Sufferers from
mental or physical overtook will find
rellof from them Nicely sugar coated
SOLD EVERYWHERE
Z C I
Drug Dept
Carry the largest and Most
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Complete stock of Drugs Fancy
Goods Toilet Articles Perfumes
irn
fumes Patent Medicines Chem
icals and the finest of Wines
and Liquors for Medicinal and
Family Use than any other
house in Utah
Prices as Low as the Lowest
SELLS co
DEALERS IN
LUMBER DOORS
Sash B1ir1ds Etc
AT THE
Old Pioneer Lumber Yard of Armstrong
Bagley First South Street opposite Four
teeth Ward Meeting House
S alt La1i e City tTtts Jx
P 0 Box 1078 Telephone 313
The Richland
Is the Best Lowpriced Base Burner
for sale in Salt Lake
ofThe Wonder Cooks
Banquet and
Famous Ranges
Are the only Stoves made with a war
ranted back wall They cannot
be excelled in baking and at
Astonishingly Low Prices
FOR SALE AT
E B WELCHS
Hardvvre Store
No 12 E Second South
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DAVID JAMES CO
TINNERS PhIIMB g IitS
Gas and Steam Fitters
Dealers in Plumbing Material Pumps Pipes and Fittings
Steam Heating Supplies Tin and Iron Roofing Galvan
ized Iron Cornice Guttering Garden Hose and Lawn
Sprinklers Water Filters Etc
ISTo 6 Main street
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Taylor Romney Armstrong Co
OK BLOCI EAST OF U C R R DEPOT
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Steam Planing MilL
MILL WORK >
A SPECIALTY4P
Sashes Doors
c AND MOULDINGS
All Kinds of Lumber
ONE BLOCI EAST OF U C R R DEPOT
Taylor Romney Armstrong Co
SPENCERKIMBALL
Headquarters for
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Custom Work and r
Repairing a Specialty I 1 y
SOLE AGENTS FOR
LAIRD SCHOBER MITCHELL and JAMES AI BAMSTER I
DaNFORDJlS
Has a large and Complete Line of Ladies Misses and
Childrens Felt Shoes and Slippers
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY SLIPPERS
FOR LADIES AND GENTS WEAR
Our Stock of Rubber Boots Arctics Rubbers Felt Boots Etc is Complete
DUNFORDS EXCELSIOR SHOE STORE
66 E First South Street Opposite Sait Lake Theatre
ELIAS T mORRIS
a Has a handsome line of
Wood 4 Iron and Slate
i ANTLES
ALSO
FLOO AND ART TILES p
Call and seethe finest display in this line in the West
No 21 West South Temple Strete
HIRSCHMANS DISSOLUTION SALE
Has been a big success We have
disposed of
our overstock with the
exception of
Gents Fine Handmade Shoes former ofo
price 350 and 900 reduced
to 700 Also
the best makes of Boys Girls and Childrens Fine Shoes at
a big reduction in prices
Particular
Extra
High Cut Shoes also narrow widths
the We intend to continue to try and increase the sale in the future as we have in
past mouth by selling large quantity of Shoes with small profit We hope that
our many friends and others will still
continue to patronize us as our intention is to seAt 11
SHOES
At much smaller profit than any other dealer
S 106 S Main St
P SOur mail orders will
receive prompt attention as in the past
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
Eraser Cha1n1ers
MINING MACHINERY
L C TRENT GEN WESTERN MANAGER No 7 W SECOND SOUTH STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
Builders and Dealers in All Kinds of Machinery
ELECTRIO LIGHT PLANTS
Engines Boilers Saw Mills j
QUARRY DRILLS 1ELLBORKG MACHINES DIAMOND CORE DRILLS I
WATER WHEELS LOCOMOTIVES STEAM MOTORS
Sole Western Agents for TYLER WIRE WORKS Double Crimped Mining Cloths
A FISHER BREWING CO
The rapidly growing trade of our Lager < Boor shows what can be f ie with Utah Barter
Imported Hops and no SUfinrrurKft
Special Terms Given on Carload Lots
Quality Guaranteed AU Orders receive careful attention City trade en lied on orders left at
Tufts Nystroms Hill Trevrhela St Wall Fisher Beer Hall and at the Office
A FISHER i RE I1 TG 00
Office Corner Second South and Third West Streets Telephone
Brewery Telephone 865
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GREATEST
Clearance m Sale
ON RECORD e
CLOTHING AND
FURNISHING GOODS
Our Entire Stock Sacrificed I
Looks at these Cut Prices
50 dozen Boys knee pants 4 to 13 years at 10 worth 40
50 40 75
350 Boys cheviot suits h 75 225
275 115 f 300
325 all wool 210 400
150 school overcoats 200 350
15 dozen boys hats all sizes at 35 h 50
25 winter underwear all sizes 35 50
85 Mens business suits all sizes 375 750
98 550 950
66 775 1250
102 assorted styles 925 1550
210 fine black worsted dress suits
all wool 965 1650
54 1240 1950
22 S ° 1685 2500
410 pair Mens jeans pants good quality 70 100
105 working pants all wool 175 350
280 fine cassimere pants 235 450
IH5 pail IrIens dress pants at 450 700
65 lllens blue and brown beaver overcoats 650 1250
78 cc chinchilla overcoats 650 1250
42 furtrimmed ulsters extra quality 1225 1850
68 dozen Mens winter underwear bargain 33 75 1
22 flannel overshirts 45 75
100 woolen shaker socks a pair 1212 25
150 cotton socks per dozen 45 75
50 white unlaundrd dress shirts 40 75
35 5 full dress shirts 140 300
200 best blue denims overalls 45 75
200 u jumpers 45 75
185 black stiff hats latest shapes 140 300
210 knitted jackets good value 85 150
180 pairs good quality buck gloves 65 100
105 mitts 30 75
75 dozen suspenders 10 25
150 < c fine quality silk handkerchiefs 35 75
80 linen collars 4ply a doz 65 250
We guarantee to sell these goods at above prices till
February 15 1890
Lipman Wallerstein Co
S1175 and 177 Main Street
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Early Breakfast Acorn Bismarck Home Comfort
STOVES and RANGES
DEALERS IN
Mantels Grates and Builders Hardware
UTAH STOVE HARDWARE COMPANY
3O and 38 East First SoU1b S1ree1
Thos A Williams Manager
PEOPLES FORWARDINGCS
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
E1our Grain
Hay artd Feed
24 axad sa E Seooxa South
Carloads Supplied at Any Time on One Days Notice
SA T
Largest and most convenient beds on the shores of the Grea
Salt Lake Orders received for any amount i
EE RYcH 1 anaKer
Utah Cracker Factory
37 E THIRD SOUTH STREET
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Manufacturer of the Celebrated
Silier Brand of Fine Crackers 4
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
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Mr W H Baldridge druggist Escon
dido California says Chamberlains
Cough Remedy is the best selling medicine
I handle In fact I sell more of it than all
other cough medicines combined Every
one who has used it speaks in glowing
terms of its efficiency For sale by Z C
M L drug department
We have the agency for the Miller hats
Dont forgetit Bast Marshall Mer Co I
142 Main street
MRs J W KEATING lately arrived from
the east Fashionable dress and cloak
mairing French and American tailor sys
tem of cutting and fitting All work guar
anteed Can be found at Surbaughs es
tablishment 75 W First South street
CGffllEEOlAL
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NEW YOKK Jan 10Bar silvei 1614
Money Market
NEw YORE Jan 10Money on call easy
10 per cent
Prime mercantile paper CH8
Sterling exchange quiet steady sixtyday
bills 462 4 demand 4x614
New York General Market
NEW YORK Jan HopsFirm
GCoffee Options opened steady 520 points
UP and closed firm 1520 points up Better
cables quiet January 15P51000 February
15851GC5 March 15951G10 May 15950
cii June 1G10IG15 spot Rio firmer fair
demand fair cargoes IBJi No 7 ITJ
SugarRaw firmer muscavados lower on
centrifugals fair refining 5Ji centrifugals
9 test 5 91G Sales 57 hogsheads Barbadoes
muscavado 89test 5U 1200 bags Cuban centri
fugals 90 test 5 91G A cargo of centrifugal
90 test 8Hic and Fund 54000 mats of Manilla
on GO Refined fairly active firm
Wool Quiet steady domestic fleece 3238
CopperQuiet easier lalte April 1450
LeadDull heavy domestic 387j
TinDull steady straits 2065
New York Stock Excnauee
NEW YORK Jan 10In the stock market to
day especially during the forenoon the entire
interest in speculation was monopolized by
Sugar refineries and Reading stocks Sugar
opened lg per cent lower on the announcement
that an injunction had been obtained against
the payment of any more dividends or the con
veyance of any of its property to any other cor
poration and the lowest price ever reached was
touched The treasuser came out with a state
ment that the late assertions in regard to the
comparative output of trust refineries and in de
pendent ones was erroneous that there were no
funds at present in the hands of trustees and
there was ro intention of conveying any prop
erty while the injunction was only temporary
Traders thereupon proceeded to cover andin
the afternoon assumed a more healthy
appearance with a rally of 214 per cent The
general list after the opening of a fraction gen
erally J j recovered losses in the afternoon and at a
fraction better than opening prices The list to
night is generally higher and Delaware Hud
son rose 214 Chicago gas l J Sugar refineries 1
per cent
Governments dull and steady
Petroleum
NEW YORK Jan 10Petroleum opened
firm at 100 and after some slight fluctuations in
the early trrding moved upward and continued
advancing until the close which was strong at
1Qal
stock exchange opened at 103JI highest
103U lowest 1035 closing at 1031J
Consolidated exchange opened 101 high
est lOG i lowest 103i closing at 10GJ Total
sales 1455000 barrels
Mlnlne Stocks
NEW YOUK Jan 10 Mining quotations
Alice S103 Caledonia H 8143 Consolidated
California Virginia 5440 Commonwealth
8350 Comstock T B D 53300 Comstock S C
P S3200 El Cristo S140 Homestake 330
Horn Silver 205 Ontario S3b J 50 North Belle
Isle 8100 Plymouth 280 Sierra Nevada 8105
Boston Quotations
BOSTON Tan 10Closing prices Atchison
Topeka Santa Fe first sevens Atchi
son Topeka Santa Fe land grant sevens
Atchison Topeka Santa Fe railroad 325x
Burlington 107 Mexican Central common
18 Mexican Central bond scrip Mexican
Central first mortgage bonds 70 San Diego 19
Morning Railroad Stocks
NEW YOKK Jan 10
4s Couponsl2G I OregonNavigationl
Paclfic6suullG Transcontinental S44
Central Pacific34 Pacific Mail SOS
url1ngtonI07 Rock Island + ii
Rio Grandc16h SKS F 1GS
Northern Pacific 30H St P Omaha 30
Preferred 7458 TexasPacific x14
NorthwesternJlO Union Pacific GGJ
Preferredl41 Fargo Express 33
York Centralll07 Western UnionS4
Afternoon Railroad Stocks
U S 4s coupons 12G Northern Pacific 31
U S4S regu 12G Preferred 7414
U S414s coupons 104JJ Northwestern 110H
U S4tfs reg u lt Preferred r 140 s
Pacific Gs 1W f N Y Central 1OO d
Am Express 14 Oregon Im lMY
Can Pacific Sly Navigation 100
CanSouthern504 Transcontinental SITi
Central Pacific 34M Pacific Mail 38H
Burlington 107M Reading 361 s
Lackawana 37g Rock Island 9i
D RG 1C St Paul u G9
Erie 26 Texas Pacific 2i
Kansas Texas 10 Union Pacific 6G 4
Lake Shore 1 lOlk U S Ex 84
Louisville Nash 5614 Fargo Express
Mich Cent 94 Western Union 84 M
Missouri Pacific 3Y Am Cotton L il 31
Chicago Produce Market
CHICAGO Jan 10 Wheat More active 7GK
January 8Hr bid May I
Corn 29 January 9Wit 29J February
3133 May I
AFTERNOON
RyeSteady 44r44J4
Barley Nominally 5057
Whisky 102
Shoulders U2423
Short Clear 155 00
Short Ribs i70 t80 f
Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO Jan 10 Cattle Receipts 13000
slow steady closing easy beeves 00520
stockers and feeders 2 ° 5325 cows bulls and
mixed 150 Ctt300
Hogs Receipts 33000 mixed 3500380
heavy 355360 light 355385
SheepReceipts 7000 lower for heavy light
steady natives 300540
Liverpool Grain
LIVERPOOL Jan WheatrSteady demand
poor holders offer moderately
CornFirm demand fair
Boston Wool
BOSTON Jan 10There has been a very good
demand for wool and a number of buyers have
been on the market but sales aggregate only a
fair amount 2110000 pounds of all ands The
principal sales were territory for which the
market was rather weak narticularly for
eastern Oregon Sales of these wools have been
made on a scoured basis of 57c for fine and line
medium and best territory wools bring much
more than that Medium wools range from GO
to i3 In fine rtelaine wools there is a fair feeling
A NEW METHOD OF TREATING DISEASES
HOSPITAL REMEDIES
What are they There is a new depart
ure in the treatment of disease It consists
in the collection of the specifics used by
noted specialists of Europe and America
and bringing them within the reach of all
For instance the treatment pursued by
special physicians who treat indigestion
stomach and liver troubles only was ob
tained and prepared The treatment cf
other physicians celebrated for curing
catarrh was procured and so on till these
incomparable cures now include disease of
the lungs kidneys female weakness rheu
matism and nervous debility
This new method of one remedy for one
disease must appeal to the common sense
of all sufferers many of whom have ex
perienced the ill effects and thoroughly
realize the absurdity of the claims of
patent medicines which are guaranteed to
euro every ill out of a single bottle and
the use of which as statistics prove has
ruined more stomachs than alcohol A cir
cular describing these new remedies is sent
free on receipt of stamp to pay postage by
Hospital Remedy company Toronto Can
ada solo proprietors
A Sure Core for Files
Itching Piles are known by moisture li ken
perspiration causing intense itching when
warm This form as well as blind bleed
ing and protruding yield at once to Dr
Bosancos Pile Remedy which acts di
rectly on the parts affected absorbs tu
mors allays itching and effects a permanent
nentcure COc Druggists or mail trea
tise free Dr Bosanco Piqua O Sold by
Z C M I drug store

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