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SALT LAKE DAILY HERALD
OGDEN CITY UTAH
OGDEN DEPARTMENT
The branch office or THE HERALD Is in room
3 second floor Cortcz block No 2472 Washing j
ton avenue Advertising rates will be made
known upon application to the manager I
Tni DAILY HERALD Is for sale at all news
stands and by all news boys and Is delivered
by carrier In Ogden for 23 cents per week No
papers stopped until arrears are paid Sub
scribers falling to receive papers promptly will i
confer a favor by notlfjUig the circulator at
the branch oflce Subscribers arc requested to
aukc no payments to carriers or anyone elso
except the circulator Parties desiring papers
Stopped or addresM changed must notify the
brunch office R A LITTLEHELD Manager
J C BOYLE Circulator
WEDNESDAY S July 20 ifcOO
The City In Brief
The hot springs have become famous for
their races i
II A Babcock wife and daughter of
Lincoln Neb are in the city visiting with
H A Walker
Mr George Alger who is a relative of
General Alger ol Michigan is in the city I
the guest of II w Westovcr
The citv examining board to examine
candidates for positions in the city schools
will hold a session tomorrow at tho Cen
tral school at J a m at which time appli
cants should present themselves
I 11 the police court recently two saloon
men were arraigned on the charge of vio
lating the Sumiuy closing law and being
found guilty were lined 630 and costs It
r does look as though the boys would do well
to abide by the law
The war between Dr Condon and the
Tom mere f il has broken forth again and with
double Jierceucss The valiant doctor was
census supervisor and as such wakes start
ling statements > regarding the population of
Ogden The Commercial is rampant and
he end is not yet
Sale of the City Lots
The much advertised sale of city lots
came off on Monday afternoon with a good i
attendance of buyers The proposed sale
of lots in Union square was stopped by in
injunction served at the instance of Charles
Ducheman who proposes for various
reasons to test the legality of the proceed
ings at every stage in the game The
oilier lots owned by the city with the ex
ception of certain ones reserved for public
buildings were sold aud as a rule for good
value The final result of the sales show a
sum of nearly thirty thousand dollars one
third of which will come into the city treas
ury at once
The Peoples Convention
The delegates from the Peoples primaries
met at the county courthouse yesterday to
place in nomination a county ticket C C
Richards was chosen chairman and Scott
Anderson secretary The following dele
gates were present
rInK OGDEN rnncixcT
H H Kolapp John McQuarrie M S
Browning F J 1 Cannon L W Shurtliff
John A Boyle Charles C Brown Albert
r Allen
SECOND OGDEN PRECINCT
John Pincock William Emmett C C
Richards William Purdy Moroni F Brown
George Shorten and Solomon C Stephens
were elected delegates and Mathias Hinch
cliffe Charles U Cnild William F Critch
low were selected as alternates
THIHD OGDEX 1BECIXCT
C A Smurthwaite H E Gibson T Y
Stanford Scott Anderson A Moyes G
Torgenson G H Tribe
ronliTH OGDEN PRECINCT
The following delegates were elected
Edwin Stratford Issac Clark B H God
dard S T Whitaker George Carr E T
Woolley T W Stewart
HUNTsVILLE
J C Wangsgard L V Felt A J An
derson
5 EDEN PRECINCT
J C Ferrin Arthur Stallings
SOUTH OGDEX
N Montgomery G S Dean Thomas
Wallace
S SLATEKVILLE
James Hutchins John Knight sr
PLEASANT VIEW
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EW Wade W E Cragan
HAKUISVILLE
Peter Later Green Taylor
YXXE
George Smuin R Christophersen
PLAIN CITY
G W Bromwell sr Joseph M Thomas
9nd F D Richardson
HOOPEU
W W Child J H Bevinsand L A Cox
MARRIOTt
J D Powell
R1VEHDA1B
J C Childs
WEST WEBER
J W Bettis and Hans D Petterson
C1XTAH
Fred Kendall
WILSON
Moroni E Wilson
The ticket selected as follows
RecorderDaniel Hamer
Assessor Nathaniel Montgomery
Collector Albnrn Allen
Sheriff G R Belnap
Clerk Frank D Higginbotham
Surveyor Mosiah Hall
Treasurer John A Boyle
Attorney H H Rolapp
CoronerGeo W Larkins
Selectman man Skeen
After reelecting the present central
committee the convention adjourned
VICTORY FOR AN INSURANCE COMPANY
S S Conover agent Northwestern Mu
tual Life Insurance company of Manistee
Mich says I had rheumatism twenty
years used crutches ten years From the
J use of powerful linamcnts my hip and knee
F had lost nearly all strength Hibbards
Rheumatic syrup has cured me and I wish
to herald to all the merits of the wonderful
medicine For sale by Johnson Pratt
Co
WILLIAMS AUSTRALIAN HERB PILLS
If you are yellow billious constipated
with headache bad breath drowsy no ap
I petite look out your liver is out of order
One box of these pills will drive all the
troubles away and make a new being of
you Price 25 cents
I Signs Peterson Brown 63 W 1st
South StSigns etc
THE DOCTORS HAVE COME
First Three Mouths Free of Charge
A staff of eminent English physicians
and surgeons have arrived in bait > Lake
city and arc permanently located at their
residence N0135E First South street All
who visit these eminent doctors before
An crust 1 will receive services until Sep
tember 1 free of charge The only favor
desired is a recommendation from those
whom they cure They treat all diseases
and deformities but in no instance will an
incurable case be accepted If your dis
cards beyond all hope they will frankly
tell you so also caution you against spend
ing more money for useles treatment Re
member the dates and go early for their
ofllccs are crowded from morning till night
Office hours from 9 t a m to 7 n m Sun
days 10 a m to 3 p m
1 > 8hi5 governmentstaff of English
physicians and surgeons ib incorporated bv
an act of legislature
Dinwoode has COllie to the front again
I with quite an assortment of furniture and
j4S carpets in paI ers mu > ic tore
JT I EYE AND KAIL
Dr Ira Lyons 42 Wes Third South
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BURLINGTON ROUTE
IS 0 0 F Conclave at Chicago August 3d
to 10th
Tickets will be sold from August 2d to
6th inclusive good to return from August
ith to 13th inclusive from Ogden Salt
Lake Spanish Fork and intermediate sta
tions to Chicago at one single ilrstclass
fare for the round trip
See that your tickets read via the Bur
lington route the favorite line to tho cast
For further particulars apply to any
coupon ticket agent or to
G W VALLEUY
General agent Salt Lake No 30 West
Second South street
ATTENTION
For sale four new cottages with closets
artesian water outbuildings etc Lots
40x137 corner econd South and Eighth
West streets two blocks from D R G
depot Only V00 each cash balance in
payments from one to five years Stop
paying rent but buy a home on easy terms
Louis F KULLAK
212 S Main street up stairs
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Joutcly pare Lcd free from all acid cxJractE init <
SsviHay and ar not diipcrt Irahtnutlfil nail pr
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Progress Bui14ing
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Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg Cos j v
Guaranteed Brands of Rubber Hose
Wallabout Cv
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Maltese Cross carbolized
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Why buy an inferior no name socalled II Standard or Extra Garden Hoao
when you can get firstclass Hose at our prices J
E1 C1 COFFIN HARDWARE CO
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FineShoes for Gllts Wear
r The Turner Shoe requires no breaking in It
leads in accurate styles firstclass workman
ship and durability These are points which
d commond themselves to every gentleman wear
ing a Jino shoe
Perfect in Style and Workmanship
EASY FITTING
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The Queen City Printing Ink Company
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A complete and fresh stock of Job and Colors Book and News Inks atways on hand
Bronze Powders Acme and Binghams Durable Composition
Pooles Benzine Cans Inkoleum Etc
Sen I Us your cc1e4 Wo oe ex sa e y iJ1 mzr
The Queen O City o5yi Printing Weterz3 Ink Company
1744Blafce Street Denver Colorado Main Office and Works Cincinnati Ohio
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The Midland Investment Company Insurance Agency
Representing the Following Firstclass Companies
The Denver Cash Assets 250000
The Southern CaUfornia Assets 320000
The Spring Garden 1218000
The Traders 1335000
The Insurance Co of North America f 8731000
All Business Entrusted to us will Receive Prompt Attention
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zu Cu ffl I DRUG DEFT SOLE AGENTS FOR JTAH
LIME AND ROCK DEALERS
Notice of Ren1oVal
Headquarters of Varley Everill will be with Sears
Jeremy Co 46 West First South Street All orders delivered
as usual Telephone 266 5
SPECIAL SA 4E
Our entire stock of Ladies
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Ladies and Childrens
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E c Mo1 BROS
21 V 1st South street
FURS FURS T FURS 1
ta Seal Work a Specialty Orders Promptly Filled <
Furs taken on Storage through the summer months and Insured
iv1t Against Moths
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4 Cleaning Repairing and Altering
Neatly Executed at Reasonable Prices and Satisfaction
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IN MIND Practical Furrier Furdresser and Taxidermist
220 Main Street Opposite Postoffice Salt Lake City I
4 Utah Cracker Factory
ri 37 E THIRD SOUTH STREET
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Silier Brand of Fine Crackers
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SAVING LABOR CLEANLINESS
DOBA8IIJTYCHEAPNESSUHEgilALEED
Bo ODOR WHEN HEATED
FOX SYMONS
322 Main St
Cabinet Photos 300 per doz I
FIRSTCLASS WORK
Es1abUs11ed 16 Years
SHE STILL LIVES I
Kept in Constant Dread by Disease of the
Lungs A Straightforward Statement from
a Grafeful Woman who was Told to
Prepare for Death
JALT LAKE CITY BEING ONE OF THE
SALT cities of tho creat west naturally
attracts visitors here not only to see their
friends but a great many come here for their
health Among the many to be met with visit
ing the different health resorts the reporter had
the pleasure to meet Mrs Nellie BroUaw of
Canon City Colo where she has lived six
years coming from Iowa for the benefit of her
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health which continued to fail from time to
time after trying everything and almost gave
up in despair She said
For luauv years I have been a sufferer from
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catarrh which alter running a long time af
fected my hearing quite seriously i had a ter
rible roaring noise in my ears and in addition
to this there was X constant discharge All of
the time I was cdmpelled to endure the most
excruciating pains in my head My nose was
stopped up and I caught a heavy dC which set i
tled on mv lungs I had a very cal cough and
spit up frothy mucus of a pinky color About
this time I was frightened by having a leuor
rhafjc It was followed by another and after
that I had them glmost every day My health
and strength faileAiMpidly my heart beat ir
regularly and rapidly The cough continued to
Increase and the medicine tock seemed to be
of little Jt any benefit At first I was net par
ticularly olarnlcd but after a time I become wor
ried because my trouble showed no sign of Im
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provement My breathing became difflcultand
my coughing and spitting grew more trootls
some And then my palate seemed lengthened
and food did not have the natural taste I had
a peculiar feeling of fullness in my chest and
afterwards my lungs pained me so that I could
not sleep at night I continued to spit blood
year after year At that time I was living In
Ca on City Colo and moved to Denver and
here my trouble grew worse instead of better
After o nsulting several doctors there I received
the very unpleasant information that had con
sumption and that I must soon prepare for the
rave I was repeatedly advised to go and see
Drs Hume i Lougeay and although I had
given up all hope I concluded that It would do
no harm to pay the doctors a visit They were
quick to inform me that my lungs were affected
but that my case was a curable one and I put
myself their care Soon mv cough left me and
my breath came free and easy My appetite re
turned and I gained strength rapidly In a
short time I was permanently cured and my
health is as good today as at any time during
mv life Yes 1 reel that I am permanently
cured Their treatment surpasses anything I
have ever seen and is well worth ten times the
reasonable fee they charge The method is free
from pain and the medicines are not stront
Certainly you have my consent to publish this
statement
Mrs Brokaw has returned to her home at
Canon City Colo and will take pleasure in
writing to anyone who is interested Mrs Bro
kaw is also well known in Denver Cob as she
lived there one year at 1639 Welton street
DOCTORS HUME AND LOUGEAY
Give late London Hospital Treatment Have
offices at residence 61 W Third South street
Salt Lake city Utah If you live at a distance
write for a symptom blank
OFFICE HOURS 0 to 11 a m 2 to 4 pm and
6CO to 830 pm Sundays from 9 am to 1 pm
Utah Brewery I
317 N Second West St
Manufacturers of the Celebrated Beverages
MARGEITS1 j
Ale and Porter I
MALT MID HOPS AND
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BREWERS SUPPLIES
Always on Hand
Goods Delivered on Shortest Notice Free
to Any Part of the City
Leave Orders for Our Goods at Philip Mar
getts Wine Depot and Margetts Bros Book
Store
Estate of R B MARGETTS
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Declare the Second SemiAnnual
ODDS AND ENDS SALE
A repetition of last Fqbmarys successful venture which worked like a charm
and yielded mutual benefits Nothing more pleasing to us than to sell an odd garment
and to see our friends carry off such rare and undisputed bargains with a large rebate
Wo have adopted a method of clearing them semiannually by a sacrificial pursuance
for a suit or two hero or there amongst our mammoth clothing stock is like a needle
a haystack easily lost Thus we prefer to gather them in time and plunge tho knifE
into prices deep enough to make them disappear rapidly and advantageously
THESE QUOTATIONS WILL VERIFY
Retail Department First Floor
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Lot ForDer Down
Sizes Quality and Style
No PrIce to
351933 37 Cassimere Sack 13 00 8 00
L1183536 I II 1350 850
740638 39 Cheviot 16 CO 9 50
21G64042 Tweed 4Button Frock 1650 1000
3051 36 Cassimere Sack 20 00 13 50
30613334 1 II 21 50 J5 00
3081 35 37 3S II 22 00 15 50
30613940 Worsted 24 00 i Ii 00
30003 Harris Cassimere Frock 2500 1i 50
2J3 34 3S Imported Scotch 2650 1550
Wholesale Department Second and Third Floors
Lot Former Down
Sizes Quality and StyleS
No Price to
4044 3i 3S Scotch Tweed Sack sio 00 s 6 75
5119 36 40 Black Worsted Sack 14 CO 9 00
3054 35 39 Oheviot 1Jrock 6 00 11 00
336935 35 Fancy Worsted Sack 16 50 11 10
334842 II 16 50 11 50
33403435 II I jj75 1175
5001 3D Cassimere Sack Ii 50 12 25
32433340 Fancy Worsted Sack 20 00 14 50
544023 36 II II Frock 20 00 14 50
SJ3 27 30 Cassimere Sack 23 00 16 00
331i3540 Fancy Worsted Sack 25 00 1800
19373 > 36 Black Worsted Prince Albert 2i 50 2000
ODDS AND ENDS ESTRAY SIZES ODDS AND ENDS
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Boys and Childrens Hat and Shoe FURNISHINGS
Clothing DepartmentI 1 Departments J Departments
P S Positively no reserve during this gigantic sale First come first
served There are any amount of suits on sale which remain unmentioned in
above quotations owing to lack of space but wo shall kindly refer you to ex
amine prices as are displayed in one of our show windows
Gut Ml your rat and bring it along for reference
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We are Prepared to furnish Complete Abstracts on all Real Estate in Salt Lake Co
THOMAS HOMER Manager
Office 232 Main Street Under Bank of Salt Lake
IZCM1 c 1 Shoe Factory
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The B st
The Cheapes1
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All Styles Varieties and Prices
Sears and Liddle Co
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Glass Paints Oils Grain
I Hay and Produce Finest Stock of Ground and Colored Glass ever
1 seen in Utah Full Stock of Carriage Varnishes Japan Colors
I and Painters Supplies of the Best Grades always on hand Our
Ready Mixed Paints are the Best in the Market
GEO M SCOTT H S RUMFIELD JAMES GLENDINNING
President Secretary VicePrest and Treasurer
GEO M SCOTT co
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The Largest Stock of
Hardware Mine Milling and Smelter Supplies
West of Chicago Sole Agents for
Canton Steel Company Hercules Powder Company
Blake Steam Pump Company Roebling Sons Wire Ropes
John Vans Steel Ranges Fuller Warrens Stoves
Buffalo Scale Company Revere Rubber Company
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IN RAILWAY CIRCLES
Another Rumor About the Pacific Short line
Personal and General
A dispatch from Sioux City says A
private telegram was received in this city
this afternoon from Colonel Donald Mc
Lean president of tho Nebraska West
ern railway or as it is generally known
the Pacific Short Line stating that the
road had been sold to the Chicago Mil
waukee St Paul company and that the
Html negotiations had been closed last
night This will cfomo in the nature of a
bombshell in the camp of tho Sioux City
people interested in this road and yet
those who have been close observers since
the short line was first projected will not
be greatly surprised to learn of
this change In fact it has been
intimated for some time that the Milwau
kee road was backing the enterprise and it
has Leer generally understood that the
short line has long been considered a valu
able piece ot road for the extension of the
Milwaukee system to the Paciilc coast
This company has been doing considerable
building in the last two years throughout
the west but their line terminated at this
Missouri river point Tho combination
made between the Union Pacific and the
Northwestern has handicapped the opera
tions of tho Milwaukee to a certain extent
in securing business west of the Missouri
Such direct connection as the short lino
wpuld give to the Pacinc gives every rea
son to believe that the report of the tale is
woll founded Then it is known that
Colonel McLean has been in the east labor
ing for nearly two months with important
business
What the nature of this business was no
one has been able to ascertain In fact
there has been considerable mystery about
tho whole affair for some time and this has
extended all along the line At Ogden
ONeill and Sioux City attempts have been
made to learn what wcs being done but
without avail It now seems that this visit
was a timely one and since the road has
been completed to ONeill it has afforded
an excellent opportunity for securing a
good sale What effect this w 1 have on
the extension beyond ONeill is not known
It may mean delay but there can be no
doubt but what the lino will be ultimately
continued to secure the Pacific coast con
nection of railway affairs in the northwest
which is of such vast importance It is
thought that this change will mean that
Denver will have connection with the short
line when the road is extended further
west
Personal anti General
The rush to the beach continues
The Yellowstone excursion goes out to
day
The new freight rates go into effect on
the 1st
H W Alains left for San Francisco
yesterday
The Scandinavians go to Syracuse on the
15th of August
Mr Eccles went to Tintic yesterday on
railway business
The first annual convention of the Inter
national Association of Tukagents will be
had at Denver August 12
The Harmony club monopolized Garfield
Beach last evening after S p m Tho
members had a glorious out
The Union Pacific has made a round trip
rate of a single fare from all points in
V oming to Caeyenne on account of the
Republican and Democratic meetings to be
had tnere on August 11
The Garfield beach train leaving Salt
Lake city for the beach at 745 p In and
the train leaving Garfield Bel c i for the
city at 930 p m will be abandoned Thurs
day evening July 31 for that date only
ExSuperintendent Bancroft has been
very gratefully remembered by the Rio
Grande Western employees He has been
the recipient of a gold watch and charm a
goldheaded cane and a certified check lor
t900
900Miss
Miss Imogene Williams stenoggapher in
tho Union Pacific general office leaves for
Boston on Monday next She will also
visit Coney Island and other eastern sum
mer resorts The position will be filled by
Miss Crismon during the absence of Miss
Williams
A grand federation picnic and ball will
be given by the Salt Lake Lodge of Bro
therhood of Railroad Trainmen No G3 on
July 31 at Syracuse In the morning there
will be a joint union meeting of theB of L
E B of L F B of R T B of R C S
M A A The grand officers of the differ
ent brotherhoods are expected to be pres I
ent The present federation unites to i
gether about fifty thousand toilers in the
train and engine service and yardmen
THE BUS AND TRANSFER BUSINESS
of Salt Lake city is now conducted by the
Grant Bros company We meet all trains
and run to all hotels Best livery carriage
and horse service ORDER CARRIAGE FROM
OUR TRAIN MEN
UNIOKPACIFIC SYSTEM
OUXTuN DivisIoN
On and after June 20 ISDO Garfield
Beach trains will run as follows
LEAvE ARRIVE LEAVE AltItIYE
SALT LoKE GARFIELD GARFIELD SALT LAKE
1810 arn 1iJ25 am 1145 nm 230 pm
1045 am li30 am i23Jpm 350pm
1245pm 130 pm 245 pm t340 pm
115pcn 230pm 345pm 4IOpm
245pm 350pm 445pm 530pm
345 pm 4Opm 545 pm G30 pm
445 pm 530 pm G45 pm 730 pm
545 pm 630 pm 745 p m 830 pm
45pm 30pm 845 pm O30 pm
T 15 pm 830 pm 945 pm 1015 pm
Daily except Monday and Tuesday
t Except Sunday
Fare for round trip 50 cents
Tickets for sale atUnion Pacific office and
at depot S W ECCLES G P A
ir Salt Lake

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