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CM3DEN M0HILV. NO ITW.IS THK"OIi:V I'lTV K1ILWAV t US-HIE SiUT tXt l l SU L H llm K All II j; ,i ill MUl A I I u tl Tu.t.i ' mum Uav tt ti.VG THE s OF IVEV j j tkr fcflrrt fc f ti Iin-i- t- n avtx iUrtl - ' n.ntl- I - tl uiiiue t.ubie in ... iir tbe i Ivaa . ait bavecaiul U.at federal addiUuual beare nmtui lotjriinrstjf the "J lev, pre.aratur bt f uriiitOiui th Imm M i a ith tW Varf Court, JuJ fetrt Miir d Mr. tl.it die bad tbe Mr. M,W Mr. ISK tjiB twi aod Mrs. L,-- jO uiak bi. mia,it J" ce iuul UIT PACIEU- f THE tLat tbe atrrt G01IY AXOTUER y ail udds tbt iX It Bill reiadiiv - KEEIS WollK. ADAMS t.i fr.ua Lis laltur. The Seatur ler by a rrprMrtitatir cf tba lh prnttf iuk iku "Kxatutaec aa i V-ibleft at 3 tj wt er tb Sttuttere I e fear Saa Fraoeao-u- STALP.iHrs IP Train. Latr I'feiua Pacific paaaeGger Xo.T w as fouc hours lat aain yesterday wad it aws t w trreaL Tl.ey U1 brtxxue re4 Supartctacdaat Bmrr Baquastd to Wsik j li ;deAfatuf t V leu. Mr. Lit-- l.avtu ruaord about Unioa de4 that then Ad Otciosoo Oid Kamr B- ia MUjr I be itt trf Mr. lirwa. l had twea a.vner wrack hunday auoafMNLt acetit 4 tb SiNititera IWifw. ppotntad in Bit 8umd I Mum of tar ( w- irt l rtly t eater-da- Lrta4 MaafuWI !" arty knknl TVrk ith Mr. rl It llidetey (. rte fcrfatw Hwr A Mm 4 ell aith it, Mr. aitd Mr. Uwa aa4 HU t.rrl mX Milm start ast anate time Ualav. 1Tm ialbr I it Are Iatrw4 rWiUlitk Thl Hajr itrid -' s First MiUlata or !!t0. k-- ... .1 ltu...,nii. fcav arrival U i wtrt-- be 2. k ! vmi u Mr. j AE. ty J j-- t ! ad to B.ke th uf u, h iid L nwt deNrnl U rLil. . -' if, paratury ua Uikio; (.w., o the Lt-n- W TUESDAY, OCTOBER ! it iJ I. Oerrlfij-rrUt ia ti.e Th.i- - lb City for Wi'-- h Cooxntf ii i v DAIIf' COM MFRCIAL: Wwt. lkl Trx4ler lt Meet. , i Sil J Uaa4 tuTscI Vaaaa her in tlie usual terntory Let Meat. I (iroea Itiver and Ijarawite, This rrurt. mi Hit howeter, aas denied b the oiticuila wba said the train a as late from Natural lmX4 Causes it a as late. The KM ttlj Mail aas repitrteti on tinte. :. IVrl. bei-aua- e I Tke liiu irande rand IColert Biick Junction Star: F. J. Kawel, t ldiiibytbbay by and by. dea Hde etertlar mud lie .nMniujr ; mhere Mr. II. Henderson mm U years ao was Mayor of tVdeu, v rites: "I have the uuuerfuiua u l.ave a -r mura aner eiienntetident of the Nebraska diviskm pleasure, Ota Itehalf of the Ojjden Cltf I dont eSaitlv ki.w.- - answers! Mr. , greai lawiudlam f. tl.,. fair Mr, fie-land- . l M -and uiyself, to acknowhtd(e 1 1 f. i of tike I'nion Pai-iliHut IbU. . is in Kioui f,f ria.1, bad an argu Council presume Already work has Uvu lietruii on invitation to attend the celebrayour "? iu- -l bad a tekvram fr,.u ' . LT a cttHre iiiime.liateiv iuli.nnirig Mr. Jef . City. I ':'.,K'"i5 ,1,.'r 'v? unfit with tieueral Manarer IhckinMon, tion in honor of tlie coaiiilethift of the " " iUu Lk-tliuai . I a b -. . . t and be stated that ferauuV '"V"V. i..ism lie Jitw-talUilway, an event IIiIU as goiu fi Shuk City il, WHi KAH- - Kt the a or it of it and step) ml don. Kmi (irande son. TLotiias Jffr-.- .. It ; w un ttie lier'a race will Lirella." Tl.e be ealle! has He result U jroac been i iuvited to his return to rraugni f. build ! hu b, w ben completed realv for ui,k'! arranj.-eiuenl train former (axil ton. He succeed James M, ami our sectam of the country. Aw k, and a proiutly at 1 m Will have kir t of ' Im tuuity. upward soon as we are advised of the date, VII on. Mrs. 'WlHn.l "I not awuratelv iufonued as to his w ill probably lit--.ut v.....Iluii v.. -- i. on the taias liarr, who has resigned. HtS rexiua is nii..t r tuaU-uotify you of the number of particlast nitfht. She was axiiuine. with t iilaus but understand that be is oiug j I here ka-a- l rivers. tioii ia to take effect 'Hi the loth. ipants," Ul Siouit City to re Mr. (larnUai Yr. een two sell knoau her maid, and in bL-- si.ir.i ul' -- .n ,i the terms of which m lit probablv le arraueiuent to push the aettle.1 pleased with her .rf i THE SHOUT PKFMUKXT. when it will heaven to b'dilwiy Noii an l IVruiaU. home. Od j nier Oden tiitr K til ay Cum-8nattention to providinj; a supply of funds tiie public. Su... i ii)tea.l nt CiirMiiiof the Utwk. ' to umstrurt the line. In an hat iHuiald M I.c4ti II am ltoiie for ilaci .n of ti.e I'iik'H Pacific came a .iu'l Ktjuiuxt the Henderson company j The lii uhaui Miue. "enterprise . liuinew KaHurt-kThe rulinif t Judije Miner rueaiM tbiu of tiiis kind it requres money in tiand in l i oii.4:car "ttfct." This r i Ventair. TLe San Francisco Mining and Kcien and time alxmt the aaum an it did before. lots of it, and I understand he is (K-t- . IX An Aberdeen. S. Pai Sr. n-ciMi-it- ' i. and raisin train A To Conmiu titio wiw Press of U in. is IWrcjuttieiitauve U lias (Vtolier w tt folll that say: acting ith that idea in bis mind." U au and Press fruit train cam IkHieer the cvtHslitil I)., special says; 1.- - Ihere was no virtue m the . xliom.. piaminif note of ltnal interKt jlti.T.iiiii of the from I ho ii:ist last night ovr the (!eoul. The bank of F. H. liberty Ck aus jetterday tiff's bilL Lalxir I'uiou. well knoau president of the Pacilic Ontral Pi-itii- . Mr. V ranklin is now wurkiru; dMtitint! for wutrn iMStittt- trl 2- - Plaintiff has no Mnded toilay. Inabilities which right to a mouoi!y j and puttiun out, mainly from the Mr. fZfc., which tea Another Ionald train will arrive today, This Line, Short Mclean, of to I'tah, ion, ly.nsist organ repre t" h Kt reets of (k'den. is believed is more than covered by the . or V"" worm oi . r. -was received a few days since by Mr. excursionist frofti the east to The fr.u,. ll the lalior oriraniJt- - it . . ore . . ilav .i i 3 . me env is uoi ioounui ov anv xin- - T'r n Hjitivi . uwuro iias nui oui aooui l.dl tons a i Hie trouble was caused by C. K. Bannister, suirintendent of the t California are growing more numerot ,1 ,r8" i rfocted laxt th fronhis IiiD(ha:u proirty the tions in the city, was aikrrAn failure to receive money due the bank. Salt Like hjistern division. The pict ry Sunday aftern.n th eveuinif by the election of J. Williamson, All other banks in South Dakota " ' in ure was Uikea passenger brought in om T and is said to I'nrnn IV-itiI -- The llenderaon oonipauv has as I., i:..i of the Stonemasons' uniou, president. w hich Ha'erty is interested doitlare they Ite an etcellent likeness of the Ta,u,,,t' , " "i .'.Tf. T rhilit b run ita tracks in the luau i?,kI great of 1'b'H'l' eicursions of three car oocamers , Welty, of the ....,,.1 ouj "inn ui uii! i!rriwry, noi ej- ami Mr. Mr. McLean ia evi Stone's c.f one car and party of touriata railroad t iupla.ntiir. manager. ' strUas i us the union, Ontario, the lWk secretary. IloisroN. TeKas, Oct, ia.. occupying uireecisa uaw vear rrwn man aliout i't deutlv la short that no eompany tvan inonop,, cept.mf 1 he next Eurek Hill Mamu oU t r meetiiu; of the union w ill lie Wa(joner A Co., wholesale prm-era- , i'hev were sent west over the IVntraL as of age, with hair slightly . lw Orfden City s streets to the injury of Ulil, wM M tll- i. tinged heUl Sunday afternoon, l'J, at 3 toilay. Liabilities (.fc".!1""!. No with gray, heavy mustache and strong, Pacific. the ce'ieral interests of the city that workiuir is what mines reouire to '' "VUs-k- . All unions are requested to lavir signed Si htslule aiM-tas vet. A. 1L Nelson vs. John Harris, txm- - make them indicate which decisive features Capt. Huliiiiiski transferred the bust -mind, that failttl to put in au approfitable, and he seems to tns tinued for the term. htrength of purimeeand determined will. nts of the I'nion Pacific freight offio oe auie u coinniaiia all the capit.il he learance ai me mecun wsi nufiix, , s Mr. McLean may Is said to be the father over to Mr. Corse, his successor, yes tec jjr . MjHer lie arri stcd . Peter Wilson vs. C. E. Mavne; . neeils. At the next nnvtiiu; matters of great alloweil to be itublisheil. Nkw Yokk. th-t- . l.'L The ease of Mr. of the greatest railroad scheme of the day morning. will be transacted whica will imimrtauce Martha Neilson vs. II. M. O Haver.dis-miii- l The City tend to make the organization a power-- , Miller and Field was brought before age. To him the Pacific Short Line owes ater Wurka. Jerry Whitehead, auisrintendit at t lie fact of its present esisUnee. lu the the TruckiH division, ami Superintend- at plaintiffs costM. me" 'u' The work of in chainBarrett water the couduit laying Iheeupreuiecourt Judge Nellie O'Haver vs. Martha Neilsnn, .lark day of ita infancy when the ."With ,,rit Mvrick. of the Humboldt diviskm of in Ogden canon is being pushed and will bers on a w rit of hubeas txirpus. Both western aiidotlierM)werfiileneiuiiswere dismissed at plain titT's costs. Iowa Visitors Here. the ( eutral Pacific, were in the city ff- nother case, same title, siiine dispo- be done in three or four weeks. every terday. re. tt raining every nerve and utilii-inwere from of the . nIt is to: v....i... i u charge n t xt;i. . diinrg..l . if urr niui tHis, i tvirnnn Jt'ui, means withiu their ower to strangle sition. far as the ,x.i.it at Win- - Mileitt 0f Eldora. Ia.. arrivel in the wivinf Mrs. Houston and party, of San Frani,u1fu!1;,H,rr"m U'e bii."k,i"K the life of the new road, it whs owing to Jonn H. Taylor vs. M. B. Buford.et al, ilplaiiUMlas slow a where the Ogden river supply is cisco, passed through the city y.wterdaf never and man's this tireless trial to a jury continued from Friday. to Ik. hud I hey been lia.king over the Hfu,r the ,i1(Jt.hlirgc. Unit.nl States Mar energy ,,t.v- Pacific sjiecial cac prm urwl. that their effort in the Southern Peudintf. wial Bcrnhar.lt arrMUyl Mrs. Miller failing courage route to the East. en "Mandilla," Line H. The futile. H. Jones, et al. con Short H H. Cliawe vs. today of limpid mountain e.uue in from the west over the Central ukjii a warrant issued hv Commissioner proved abundant supply flour-itdionot tinued for the term. only liv.s but it grow and Pacific. On the eastward trip they fell Shields who held Mrs. Miller for eiami-iwater iu a short time. Sydney Lulmr Troubles. a living example of what pluck with Mr. and Mrs. B. L Lick, hereto- - nation. circumin do face can and of the excitement Oct. energy Svdnkv, w fore of San Francisco, ho were coniim; THE TRIAL i'ALKNDAH thi the Way to Paris. stances that would utterly discourage a was ciiuwhI at Woolongong toilay by tha A Stitelt III Time. to Ogden, and all arrived together and The following cases are on call at the man of less than extraordinary calilicr. London, Oct. HI. The Paris corre- are stopping at the Vcndome. They of a Donald Mcljciiii is the right man in the arrival of a large party of non unioa First District Court for Tuesdav, OctopITrTm.R(i, o,.t . a .. make ... and of , miners who lauded from the steamer in A very the agreeable! Chronicle pleasant ber U: prispondent says: . WIIMIKill nun 1'iunni lll'ir iwuij u) right place and while he is at the helm tending to go to work in the is hi I cliff John A. Taylor, et al, vs. M. B.Buford, vate telegram states that Dillon and ,urlv tih.m. ..no n.uv u uuvu lui is of Line suci-cthe Pacific Short 11. Howard, a prominent citizen, filing a the O'Brien landed on the const of Brittainy lighted to meet. mine. The unionists took possession of et al. Mr. Miles is superintendent of the bill in equity in the county courts ask aiureil. ist the mine and refused to allow the Gilbert Bclnap vs. E. H. Parsons, and are journeying to Paris. Iowa Industrial School, located at work. Many scufflea to to go et al. ing that the iwh of the city n w with the HACK FKO.M THE CAPITAL, A Monster Prwession. Iowa, one of the great institutions finance committee of the council and took place Utw.sn them. Trouble i Palmer Garrett vs. J. T. M"Intosli. of the Hawkeye state. It has grown amounting to 1,01,521 lie placed in the fear.nl and the police and military air Samuel Taylor vs. Ogden Milling 111. A Oct. n numDrnuN, procession into a village of fourteen buildiugs, sev- hands of resiionsible persons and that l.claml Stanford Passes Thronirh held in readiness. Elevator Co. bering HO.OOO persous marched through eral of them larger than the Reed hotel the funds in the bank lie secured by mi His Way Home. Willard City vs. Thomas Woodland. The Crisis is Ended. John Hurtnett vs. George Mixxly, the streets today in honor of the mem- block. There 400 boys find a home, bond. Senator Lelitnd Stanford of California et al. ory of Father Matthew, the npostle of learn industry, and are growing up to Moy.AMniyi'K, Oct. 13. - It is reported. A Lawmaker's Suicide of the Southern Pacific men. The School Farm John Pierson vs. James Nelson, et al. temperance. The lord mayor, members lie respectable TOO acres in it, and the a British force of eight hundred that emhas and and ofie of the most famous men in the boys Peter Wilson vs. The Ogden Power of the corporation and various trade CoNOOiiniA, Kan., Oct 13,- State Senhave peni'tratod to Manic and two and temperance societies were in the ployes of the farm cultivate ninety ator Co. E ESwearenden committed suicide country passed through Ogden yesterday gunboats have entered the Zambeai. acres of garden to supply the table of Chas. Morton, et al. vs. Ogden Milling procession. institution. the by shooting himself through the aftcinoon enroute from Washington to This news removes all reluctance on the today Co. Elevator mrlK-LiwitK-iiiA Mutitiou?) Keffinieiit. taiy-piIn Lboliovod his muni has teen his iiome at San Francisco. Senator part of ministers to assist Kenor Sous h'flrt. nig) Peter Wilson va. C. E. Mnvne et al. rdinTculties. unsiH Thk to .ventured Commkrcial, Stanford .Mxufpieil 'Via elegaht private who hud visited the king on Saturday reporter George Callory vs. Michael Murphy. London, Oct. 13. - There, has been ask the loading night to decline the task of forniinir a question: c ir "Stanford" and was accompanied by new another mutinous outbreak among the cabinet. The crisis is ended. Tha An Armenian Attack. "Mr.Miles, how does the West impress Mr. C. H. About the Court House. his wife, her brother Lathrop paper attack England with greatae. English troops. This time in the ranks you?"' -- A party of 13. Oct. Constantinople, violence than ever. and his private secretary. "What strikes me most decidedly is Judge R. W. Cross fixed the dat of of the East Murrey regiment, stationed Armenians and Druses attacked the When questioned by a Commkhciai.. western wonderful of the future this November 12 for hearing the application on the Island of Guernesy. The trouble country, the vast resources that are barracks atSilensia,Syria. and blew up a representative regarding the attitude of for the sale of realty in the estate of arose from a detachment Obituary. of the regiI do not refer to any par- jsirtion of the buildings. Forty Turkish the Southern Pacific toward the Pacific Silas H. Tracy and Susan II. Tracy. , 13. -- William Young-Sellarment being ordered to India. The men undeveloped. Oct. Lonixin, reThe Armenians Short Line, the Senator politely The countv court will not meet todav refused to prepare for their departure, ticular part of this region, but to all of soldiers were killed. Uniand have in mind its almost unlim- then invaded the government building fused to talk upon business matters. professor of Humanity in a usual, for the reason that a mid- - totally disregarding the commands of it, ited mining, agricultural, manufacturing and killed the governor and robbed the He expressed himself as lieing worn out versity Edinburgh, is dead. week session was held last Thursday. their officers. As things were assuming and commercial Paris, Oct. 13. - Marc Antoine Calmon, treasury. They carried the prison by with the long session of the last congress possibilities." Its next date is Tuesdav, October 21st. a threatening aspect the recalcitrants statesman and writer, is dead. French home to id a. all and now liberated the storm see when can this "I that again get prisoners. extremely glad clearly The county court has tried to elect a were disarmed. Finally, however, all in and a very sulky county superintendent on several occas- embarked, but ions, but there being two Liberals and menacing mood. tw Mormons on the board they locked horns and arrived at no result. One A HOLOCAUST. candidated supported by the Liberal members was Mr. Charles Webb, of Six Persons Burned to Ieath in a Slaterville. Mr. Webb's death occurred London Factory. on Sunday evening. He was about 50 years old and au excellent man. His London, Oct. 13. A four story buildfuneral took place yesterday. ing occupied by Rowley & Brock, hat,cap A marriage license was granted on and helmet manufacturers, and governyesterday to Mr. Jaris East and Miss ment contractors for military headgear Elizabeth Clark, both of Plain City. Six persons burned this afternoon. were burned to death. Thirteen seriously-injured- . Gussie Will Return. The fire broke out in the workSheriff Belnap has received word from shops in the upper floor. There were in the building. Two Gussie Cooper, now languishing in the thirty persons minutes after the tire was discovered the Salt Lake penitentiary awaiting the ac- whole building was a mass of Haines. It tion of the grand jury on the. charge of so rapidly that the working peospread robbery, that her mother will arrive to- ple found every avenue of escape except day from Chicago and furnish the $500 the windows cut off. Through these bonds required for her appearance, when some to the ground. Five women jumped she will return to Ogden and look after employes were killed by jumping from her snakes and other property. the windows. This will be gratifying news to Mr. When those in the building found esKind, whose occupation as keeper of the cape by the stairways cut off there was YOU DON'T HUY Affectionate beings the past fortnight a scene of wild confusion. Several of has made sad inroads upon his mental the more cool headed occupants in the eonstitution. ujiner rooms procured pieces of sheeting which they tied together; and making fast one end in the rooms, threw improSwiped His Can. vised ropes out of the windows and by A man has been living in a tent on this means descended. In some instances, east Twenty-thir- d street and gradually however, through insufficient strength becoming a capitalist. He is of foreign of the sheeting and the hurried manner birth and converses in fractuied Eng- in which the knots were tied, the sheetlish. ing parted and those who were seeking On Sunday morning he called at the to escape the flames were precipitated police station and said he had been to the ground and badly injured. Xli li-strc- t JaoMM tJ the f.J Miner iri.liiirf. t raiiii busiaoa jesterdajr: king Webster 4. M-- liuford et L, Tr utl ia Ui n Jeaiurrer to er overruled. IVnnit IJwieher . the Grand A. O. U. W, motion tu set aide au Din days to answer. atom) overruled and r ink fa. ihouuui ;l.n t ; Archie j al. diuurrf r BunUinL m Og- - ! Oddeo Cay Railway Coin-janden City et uU demurrer sustained. Thia w the old injunction ciwe of the A. u tvttatfe Ub by tLe . Tbere i Cumitn'ia reamer Mr. tJjf Mke.1 hinl me-- t tre u l 'ts 1 e.t-- r OMvH4.Neb.tX-day for a furxr(ir?ed trot at HH enderfer, who alut A rraiii!Uii t i """'" L " "f tM-nini- j IX t to 'T ht Lle y A tt j pe-ia- j i J ' h in.-iL.- , UE n y I i ' I i ijt !r ' . : f i Ti ' J. .,f..i. ""Xr c I lace f'". : s , deo-fiition- ) : ! j - ; f j j n ' 13,-fl- reat l j j j . s non-union- Ojf-de- g nf , Overcoats Overcoats ! ! THE (jOLDM EA&LE and Quantities. in Endless Varieties Qualities Hae them soon are and cool now, you will need one. .Overlings Th UNTIL INSPECT OUR STOCK IF YOU CALL ONCE YOU WILL COME OFTEN. robbed. In explanation he stated that he had boarded of the realm to money the amount and had of 170 banked it in a baking powder can in his tent. During Saturday night some malefactor had abstracted bank and deposits whom where - he knew not. Yesterday he called on the police main and told them they must find the thief and his money. "Where do you think the thief is?" All Our Goods are Entirely New, having been bought during the month of August, they have now all arrived and Our Departments are the Most Complete of any in the City. , Squired the curious Joe Baxter. "Kootness Krashus! Ef I knows that I git em myself," retorted the banker with great feeiing. His money is still at large. This story teaches the mora! that no eue man should try to be an entire and commercial community "thin himself. The Cottaye by the Sea. Mass., Oct. 13. - Mrs. f ninces Folsom Cleveland, wife of the Its uiorior pxrllpnOT proven in millions of presido!it, has been at Buttermilk lionnw fur mori than a quarter of a century. It (Tovernnieiit. y, on the Bourne shore, for two day, is used by the United State K.ndorseil by the heads of the Great I'nivernitiet" 8!i(l few knew of it until last night. She r the Stronfef.t, Purest, and most Healthful. fiakinu Powder tlw not arrived at Buzzard's Bay station.Wednes-accompanie- Dr. Price's Cream Lime or Alum. Sold only contain Ammonia, PRICK HAKIM POWDKR CO. by her maid only, and in ( am.. driven rapidly to the summer home New Vork. Chicago, San Fraucinco bt Lcuw MiDni.KiioKO, to LI VE and LET LIVE and will the proverb than We believe inGoods Closer Sell any Mouse in the City. Wo 2f. the famous SELZ SHO E, MANHATTF SHIRTS, H I Ul OJSF, LYON and fcW. COLLARS and FFS, of all Goods. .Best M.akes tl and le STETSOJN o.n.r-r'- v Our childrens' department will bear the closest inspection. Give Us a Call, 2410 Washington Avenue I & MYER Proui'ietoi's.