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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: ft A IT t'LKAXS 01 T THE OLD WOODEX EOW WEST F Mr.MTrs. It Started in the Hardware Store of Peck, Kaowlee & Besore and Gutted the Corner. t h tro and Ejus th Tail., Tani TU.ir Bob Tub KeeUunuit, and (wtrrl Otht-- r Shop and Susdt J R. r4 i . at about 1:20 03kr Thia morning Merchants' patrol noticed Verge of the fire in the little hardware store of Peck, Know le & Beeore, in the old wooden row, at the northeast corner of Grant and Twenty-fiftstreet, and properly h turned in an alarm. The inflamable old tinder box burned rapidly, and while the department was quickly on hand, there was no choking off the blaze until it had practically gutted the corner and threatened the brick west and Family new Steven Hotel just north, from which most of of the furniture was carried and piled the street Besides the hardware store, the tailor hop of J. is. Kosa, tbe con Ion res taurant and other small shops and stands mere were cieareu out. The department handled tbe tire well although short of water. The burning of this old row will open on the way for Mr. Lewis' new brick. The loss could not be well estimated at 2:15 a. m., when the blaze was practically under control but still roaring away. A small blaze in Shirk's milk market, at 3jX Twenty-fiftstreet, called out the 10:30 at p. m. It did no department particular damn h to Ohio. Mr. J. E. Murphy, brother of J. J. Murphy, the lost officer, arrived in this city yesterday with the prisoner from California whom he is taking back to Ohio. The fellow's name is Wm. IL Clark, and if guilty as he seems to be, hanging is too good for him. About three weeks ago he committed an infamous outrage upon a little girL ten g years old, and she will be a sufferer on account of the scoundrel's assault.. Marshal Murphy thinks there is no doubt of his guilt. When the villain hud accomplished the dastardly deed he hipped for California at once. Mr. Murphy slated that he has no doubt that the officers here have done all they can t find his brother. He does not see that he can do more, and will go on thia morning with his prisoner and the boy who is with him, a brother of the little victim. He thought that as there are no dredging irons here to rake the river bed, he may send a set from Ohio to be used to search the river for his brother's, bodv, as it may be there. He seem? like a man of ability and worth, and is a gentleman of excellent appearance. r Love's Labor Lost. From Provo there comes a v4 tale about two Chinewe lovers, who brief dream of happinoBS hms been Ut short by the interposition of cruel ibte and an equally cruel sheriff, with jsVarrant for their arrest. In Park City there has dwelt until recently, a gay youug laundrymnn,, Darned Lon Wan. Also a pretty little Chinese girl named Quee Kill. Lon Wan loved Quee Kill, and rinding his affection reciprocated, proposed an elopement. Quee Kill consented. S packing their grips, the loving twain Heu by the light of the moon last Monday night, taking with them sundry moneys and valuable personal property belonging to certain other celestials. They went to Denver, and from there took the Great Scenic route for the west, arriving at Provo on Thursday. They sought out a justice of the peace and announced their desire to become identical. Accordingly, he pronounced the words which made "them one arid the same. In company with some Chinese friends they then "went to Springville, where, in the suburbs of that village, they set up housekeeping in a romantic little cottage. But the course of true love was crossed by cruel fate. That night there came a telegram from Park City, ordering their arrest sheriff rode out to and the the romantic cottage and arreted the runaways on the charge of thefu The little Chinese girl, who is said to be a beauty, of the celestial type, shed many bitter tears over this rude aw akening, and the seperation from the devoted bridegroom, for they were at once carted off to prison and comfined in separate cells, and will doubtless spend the remainder of the honeymoon in the grip of the court explaining away the charge of illegal abstraction. Sic simper amor omnia vincit. life-lon- hard-hearte- d MORE P0LYGAMISTS. Three Additional Candidates to Appear Before the Grand Jury. Marshals McLellan and Whetstone came in from another trip through Cache and Riche counties yesterday, where they rounded up three more "U. C." cases. Marshal McLellan arrested Robert Baxter at Wellsville, on a charge of U. C. He was held by Commissioner Goodwin, of Logan, under bonds of f 1,000 and his plural "wife" under bonds of 1200 as a witness. He also arrested Wm. Hoslum, on a charge of adultery, the alias being polygamy, and his extra feminiDe apHe was held in bonds of 11500 pendage. and she in the sum of McLel!an and Whetstone took in Ole Jacobson, of Randolph. Rich county, on an indictment for U. C. He was toitted to bail by Judge Miner in f-- sum of 11,000. m !'er.iul Parasrajjis. VMM Mr. Dan Ilatuer will Uj home in k than two weeks. Mr. J. Xjootl-aowent out to Hot NEWS NOTATIONS. E. C. Wright, of San Francisco, general auditor of the Souther Pacific, is in tbe city. F. W. Clark, eeneral asent for the Came m Uom 0,6 NorUl j Kf!hP.UUW' Thornburg 4 Houtz's dancing class enjoyed a pleasant dance in the old Woodmansee hall last night Judge Wardleigh decided the case oi Burrup vs. Cook k Murphy yesterday. It had been on deck a long time. If you want any books or magaziues bound in the best style of the art, take them to Thk Commercial bindery. Mr. O. O. Howard, Jr. of Denver, who was a resident of Ogden for some time last spring, returned to the city yesterday. Dispatcher Botsford of the Union Pacific and his colleagues have been safely transferred to their new offices in the yards. Messrs. Bigelow, Otcar Bramberg, Geo. Stetson and Ben Livingston left yesterday evening for Corrinne to be gone on a week's hunting trip. A marriage license was issued, on yesterday, to Mr. Myrtello Williams of North Ogden and Miss Martha Craigao of Pleasant View. Also to Mr. Gerard J. Abels of Sautaquin, Utah, and Miss Maggie Kramer of Ogden. E. Yowell, proprietress of T. T. Perry of Denver, one of that city's wealthiest and shrewdest capitalists and business men, is in the city looking after his extensive holdings in Ogden. Mr. Perry is deeply interested in Ogden and consider it the best town in the west Thk Commercial would, for one, heartily welcome Mr. Perry as a "citizens should he decide to locate here. St'ck Tdi- - ft Phillip MLE. liiuih. r IT HEAC!i AKGrSIEXTS OX THE lXJrXCTIuX CASE. Mr. C A. Hursse!!. VJiaMif ILiJi i. That Mink t Co. rVtver of th Biutht-r- s i Co., in- ii forms ue th a Le i tu soli the .rk,UA stt k f that lirtu at o-- l ami without atij d. l. y. Th inter! f the estate of Mr. John Huiiu r call for th money ime.tvl ia the goods ami aa Bimu as pisi 61. For this rei.-a genuiue clearance will be made fnxu this dateon until all the sto k is closed out. Everything is going at first and there will be no sucti another chance for bargain in this city this year. The goods are all seasonable, all having been bought tunce last December. All are of excellent grades and styles, from s leading houses. Ia fact it is a stock, and every article bought from it will be a genuine bargain. It is, in general, a stock of fall and winter goods, mainly gentlemen's furnishing goods of all kinds, shirts, drawers, socks, in wollen, of different weighu and patterns. These flannel goods are in suits and in pieces, and everybody can get a fit and be pleased. There are also tine assortments of collars, cuffs, neckwear, mufflers, nobby sn okiug jackets, silk and liuen venta, hi ndicerchiefs of silk and cotton, and iu treat variety. 'the stock of hats and raj comprinea all popular styles and grades, and there ia a great chance for bargains in this def.'i-n-- But That Dibph&nom Wrangle Went Over for Another Week ti Get Iu Breath. A Lars VamUr at Csrt ia Kotiua Cal mlr ArteJ I Law t& and n TVir LiputititM Mag ot4 Below ia IMU. ot The trial and motion calendar occupied the attention of tbe court yesterday, as is usual on Saturdays. "Le The principal bustnt court waa the hearing of the argument on the application of the Ogden City Railwav Com pit. y vs. The Henderson Street Railway Company. The attorneys for the plaintiff appeared at 2 o'clock and inquired of the court if argument should proceed. The court replied in the affirmative. There then ensued a little tilt between counsel over the question whether t ie defendant could tile an answer and complaint both at once. Mr. Rhodes maintained that be could not and. Mr. Hdes showed no disposition to limit hiniFelf to a demurrer alone. On reference to authorities Mr. Rhodes conceded the correctness of Mr. Hiles' position and tne argument proceeded on the demurrer. The demurrer simply states that the bi of the plaintiff does not recite fa:ta enough to make s cause of action. This Mr. Hiles maintained briefly and positively. Mr. Miller argued to support his position, which ia simply the one h a siiie has stood upon all the time, an exclusive franchise, vested rights, a contract between the city and his company, and the impairment of said contract and the injury to his property that will be done by defendant if also allowed upon the streets with bis tracks. The case was not concluded, but waa .continued until next Saturday. The trial of IL Harchberg Optical Co. vs. Dalton, Nye A Co. continud until Mondav. James Dalton vs. J. P. Jones, three cases consolidated, trial set for October 8. 8. Taylor vs. Christopherson, submitted without argument and taken under tirst-clas- e Ju holds tii-r"- s retijr nm Some yutim. box if iiaketill in Kind" offi. SLrilf thk.! I. vault BaA puuMm j". in Frnn h walnut i thr-aand fce at ChuLbi Arao!! a. trid vivd IMr.ap wut down tl r morning with the frll n .f soHiuj; the uiyt-rof tht-i- r Miiik.nhjpu home. Aftrr owning th d r and taking o'h-- r precautionary iLeasur.-- s for flight, in case the rcptiW rnuted the intrusion, the box was oieud. The big anaconda acknowledged the mtrudu. tiou by a courtly bow, and then turtted oie-oi- l hi pio' and tolep. the honor conferred that he attempted to walk out of his snug quarters and !iia by waltzing around i display the room. Just then it suddenly recurred to the sheriff that he had an important eiigagemant up town and the investigation was postponed pro tern, subsequently a deputy apjieared, armed with a strong determination and a big club. The box was gingerly searched but no money found. It ia safe to assume that the blankets of their snakn-eh- ii were not disturbed, and if Guiana was flossy enough to conceal the money ther., it will probably remain until the snakes are chloroformed or removed. r provxa ia a trawrf. 14 wiiaH-tmlo- nl tito Lniuxl 8iaUa IW boaila uf Um liraat I'aimwuaa aUiStniuw1, fuivt, and nwl alUifuL. Fruw'a 1 m Haain Poviiat a aw motaia Anirrom. Lime ar Alum, ft kl only I'Klc'K HaKISU KJWBKKIXJL lul.i... Sv York. Chicatfu. Kaa rrauewea t Uomim Iu tmwriur wUmi hma i for Btun than a quarter of OMd by by 1. THE UTAH GROCERY partment You can also get almost any ordinary kind of valise or trunk in this stock at prices cost in trunks means dirt cheap. Umbrellas in numerous styles, canes in large variety, gents' jewelry and other stock of goods belonging to a first-clas- s this sort can be bad here at first cost This is genuine closing out sale. Everything must be sold. Cash take very article at wholesale prices. Buying these goods ia not getting them just because they are very cheap. It is baying what you need at this season of th year at an extraordinary advantage. It would be well to buy soon before the stock is broken, as better fits can be secured and there will be larger variety to pick from. But everything goes et way-dow- i 322 -- n street Twenty-fourt- h We AND " COMMISSION COMPANY Will open Monday Morning:, October 6th, at No. 2300 Washington Avenue, a Complete Lino ol Staple anil Fancy Groceries Think We know where you will buy your Kastexn Hought winter underwear if you will get our dvifement & Co. S. Taylor vs. Hannah Taylor, de- prices. .. Atterbury, Dorhon murrer to complaint argued, submitted Money to Loan and taken under advisement watches and jewelry, etc., On diamonds, R. Ford vs. M. R Ford, dismissed at 204 and 206 Twenty-fiftStreet plaintiff's cost. Drozdowitz Bros. Union National Bank vs. W. R. Swan, demurrer to complain submitted withOrgans In All Styles Goods cheaper out argument and taken under adviseAnd will Positively Sell low figures, and don't you And at very ment is other house in the city. All we Daniel Hamer vs. John IL Phillips, re- forget it If you do you'll be sorry and so will Chubbie. ceiver granted permission to advertise. Sidney Stephens vs. David Rice, moMoney to Loan. tion for new trial argued and taken under advertisement to on real estate on two to lean Money our Specialty. Remember Hong Sling vs. the Royal, Hartford, five years' time; security must be un- Prompt Delivery and City of London Insurance compa- questionable. Inquire of C. IL McClure, nies, demurrer to complaint overruled Federal Clerks office. Ave-.Cor.23and 10 days given to answer. SOHMER PIANOS. J. P. Emmertaon vs. W. G. Child, et al, demurrer overruled and 10 days to Merit of a piano is its durability. Rice Plftno satisfies tu .W W wn jU R. H. Slater ve. W. E. Crairnn. at AruorcnnnnBicFi rariors, jam motion for r trial overruled. Co. vs. Monte near postofflce. Boyle Furniture ChristoB, plaintiff given twenty daya to hie amended answer, A. E Barner vs. D. P. Tarpey, defendant given twenty days to plead to plain tiff s complaint Asby vs. Funge, et al., defendant given five uavs to plead to complaint Tibballa vs. D. Kav, et al.: motion for new trial continued by consent, E. A. Staher vs. A. Osmun, continued That wore in SP0T r LLW n-- Cuil CtEM2 went The rattier wmled and offered to tdiake tongues, while hie partner, the Ifhu k Miake, was so pleaswl with 2300 Washington . t y Markets for cash; you h ness. dkihiit conn'. h the hotel has leased the Congress house on Twentw-fiftstreet, and will use it as an annex to the lodging accommodations of the hotel. A free conveyance will run between the two houses. Ex- - Sheriff Kinney of Alturas county, Idaho, has removed with his family to Ogden where the future home of the family will be. Mr. Kinney is an old time railroad conductor and will doubtless go into the same business here. - J Maden Bros, have leased their1 saloon to some San Francisco parties and will retire from their business on Nov. 1. Messrs. Hiram and Elwood Maden leave on Monday for a trip south in search of a business location, to be gone several days. The following telegrams remain undelivered at the Western Union Telegraph Office in this city: W. M: Stevens, Mrs. C. A. Bennett, Charles W. Stowell Bill Tierney, Edward Stevens, E. J. Anderson, J. M. Howland, Wm. Hanson, O. O. Howard, Jr., Katie Linehan. John T. Wallace, of Monte Vista, Colo., who has been in the city for some days, has decided to locate here. He has been in the banking business at Monte Vista for years and will turn over to his brother the care of the bank when he comes to Ogden. Thk Commekcul heartily welcomes Mr. Wallace. Colonel C. M. Copp, of Salt Lake City, president of the Western Marriage Endowment Association, was in the citv yesterday, well and hearty and contented The association of with the world. which he is president has been reorganized and put in good shape, and is doing a good and rapidly increasing busi- UEt EIVEir A to be Sold at t Springs yertenlay. JuJ' K. V. Cross was able to be in hi oshoe yettfrdiy. I Mr. M.rk Wenheimer, of Kt. Joseph, Mifeeotiri, is iu the city. 1L W. Smith and fami!y are Judjie spending the day at Hot Spruits. O.A. Pennybakar, of the Briham -Bugler w as in the city yesterday. Captain W. W. Carder will return to Lincoln today. He thinks O'den is the liveliest city he has seen, and he may yet become a citizen of thia place. Mrs. J. P. Ledwidge, wife of Deputy County Clerk Llwidge, is expected home on Tuesday, fcihe has been absent in San Francisco for two months, visiting her relatives. Mr. Liedwidge is enjoying several additional degrees of sunshine in consequence of her anticipated arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bryson and Mrs. Shepherd, all of Indianola, Iowa, went out to Hot Springs yesterday with an escort of about twenty other Ogden people formerly of ladiroola. It was an Indianola reunion, on a partial scale. It is said that there are about 70 former Indianola people in Ogden. Mrs. Broom SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1690. W, ask than any atrial. the Place, St. tl Iffl MM t COMMISSION CO. COLD FACTS ABOUT by consent F. J. Campell, et al., vs. the Oregon bhort Lime, et al., demurrer to com and taken plaint argued, aubmitted under adviHetnent S. F. Lavell vs. P. A. Cook, demurrer to complaint aubmitted and taken under advisement. The People va Kerns, defendant admitted to bail in the sum of $1,000. Munroe vs. Munroe, referred to Com missioner Pernn to take testimony and report. John A. Tayler, et al., vs. M. B. Buford, et al., ordered not to come up before Wednesday, October 8. Plaintiff s attorney excepted. Real Estate Transfers. The transfers reported in the office of the County Recorder yesterday were as lollows: B L Nute and wife to H H Rolnpn, part of lots 6 and 7, blk 5, Ogden City survey: ft. James F. Maguire and wife to II II Rolapp, part of lot 7, blk 5, plat B: $ 1. E Chapman to H H Rolapp, part of lot 5, blk 5, plat B; f 1. M Foulter and wife to II II Rolapp, part or lot a, blk a, pint 15; F.m Mary A Colton to H II Rolapp, part of lot 5, blk 5, plat 15; fl A XEW DEPARTURE. Geo Foulter and wife to H H Rolapp, of lot 1, blk 5. plat B; 1200. The Utah & Northern Inaugurates part J tJoroeit to Mary ti rage, lots Zj Its Broadgruage Service. and 26, blk Ia, Nob Hill add; ? 1,200. N Farr and wife to D H Peery. part of The new broadguage service of the lots 12 to 16, blk 6, Riverside annex add; & went Northern into effect last Utah fl. A P Lnfgreen, part of nw) ot sec 8, night The 5:30 train from Butte and the North pulled into Ogden at 5:30 tp b, north" ranse is; W B Howard and wife to Geo H profusely decorated with flags and buntlots 1 and 2, block 8, University ing and was received with prolonged Miller, cheers from a vast crowd who had as- Place add: 8450. O J Stilwell and wife to M A Davis, sembled to witness the event 34 and 35, block 10, Lakeview ad; Though the fact will blast the hopes lots of the Salt Lake papers, the southern 8500. R Joeeph Goring and wife to terminus of the road will remain as heretofore at Ogden. The Union Pacific will Hunter, lots 11 and 12, block 4, Woodcontinue to run a train occasion ly down mansee add; f700. D A Clothier and wife to B A the jerkwater branch to the Mormon Zion part of lot 3, block 13, plat 3; f 700. all thus the service giving capital, C L parling and wife to C L McKee, it needs. half interest in a part of lot 6, block 19, THAT LOST CHECK. plat A; f4,000. Total, $9,155. It Was Found All Right on the Day Pay Yonr Poll Tax. of Loss. The poll tax collector desires to have The check of $5,000 which was lost, it known that ten days after notification d male and advertised for yesterday, was found by his deputies every on the steps of the First National Bank resident between eighteen and fifty to put np f3 budding Friday evening and handed to years of age, are required Mr. L R. Rogers, who saw that it in coin of the land or to do work corresponding on the streeta Collector J. J. reached the proper person. Clayton informs us that over 3,000 notices have been served, but only about The Cominsr Event. half of that amount has been collected a All arrangements for the match be- thus far, which means 4,5, tnug little addendum to the corporation titcup. Woods and tween Billy Hennesy at But there is that much more at least to Billy Union opera house next Thursday night come in and Collector Clayton and his have been all arranged. Both men are deputy, Wm. Studer, are determined to in training and a rattling mill may be get it all in. What they can't collect th sheriff or some other official wilL expected. J n, able-bodie- CLOTHING! Tasteful Designs, Fashionable Effects, Substantial Workmanship! For Low Prices, Complete Lines of Stock, Careful to the Wants of Customers, a A-tteiitio- ii Own Superabundance of Heavens Sunlight, "Wo are "With-ou- t a Rival. Always alert, ever on the lookout for something novel to please the predilections of our army of adherents, both our Clothing and our Furnishing Department are constantly introducing fresh features. To pay us a visit of inspection will not cost you a cent, and it'll probably be a treat to you to see such a galaxy of goods as we're showing for our Fall and Winter Trade. KNOX HATS, i Fall Shapes n Silks Derby s NOW READY. and WE A I IK POLE ACJKNTS FOR THEIR SALE IN OttDKN. If the Goods We sell you do not prove satisfac tory, come to us and we will allow all Reasonable Claims. OUR MOTTO: Latest Novelties in Fine Overcoats ! WM. MARCOMB, No. Ui73 Washington Avenue, OGDEN, UTAH.