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T 1 OfiDKN DAILY COMMEIiClAL: tvt trr jutLU. nu. murt be ui. BEATEN" r,t!JJ) j THE 1'A.VV Mviet UT THE Piy iijuU , ot-- e Cnlrful i Up qJ tbe j umt bay aaa fnm ritt NVw Vork Ifrt tiiyf brrr. -: ,l brji out TL return w iu ii,kr u irt.ti!kw u aaJ cuitrcry it nlav br a mark lir luuthr o,r XEtt s and ! SUTATIUv Fin.t Diatrict Court, Judge Jainr i Ikai Saving Ataktt'ttitioatOLitfLtA. Miner on the bench, transacted the TLerr er fourUt-in the f,.l!t!ng buiinw yesterday: of John A. Taylor v. My til luM uvetiiu. Tit Uoti Buford. et aL, iK resumed. Thin ra decided la favor of the plaintiff by the jury. U'vinjf hiiu 71 damages. of far reaching importance This ca t.. the stockmen of this region. It will be remembered that the Proiu-,.-atirSba'k company Las bought of the railroad companies the alternate ti!i in a tract of laml in Bi Elder 31 by cutty The t)ther W uiili in r ' Kureraiiifut There j ! t(vi, . I J riirhl hs Un i j , cst. fSdliert lleluap vs. H H. Parsons, et ul., trial to a jury. Verdict, no cause of action. Palmer Garrett vs. J. T. Mi'Intosh, trial to a jury. Verdict for plaintiff of Willard City vs. Thoinas WckhIIhihI. trial to a jurv. Verdict for plaintiff of John Pierson vs. James Nelson, trial to n jury. Verdict Charles Morton, et al vs. Ogilun Elevator Company. lVndi ng. g j THE TRIAL CAI.K.NDAh Gone for His Man. Sheriff Belnap left yesterday for San Frnucisoo to bring back J. B. Frick, who is charge"! with purloining household goods from W. G. Child, valued at $100, according to the complaint made before Judge Cross. Also about 1 1,W0 in money belonging to the cement walk people, as estimated by those most interested. ABSTRACTED MUTTON. With That Offence and is in Duress. Moses Bowman was arrested yesterday afternoon by Marshal McLellan, at Elen, charged with having improperly and unlawfully, without clear title, appropriated about half a dozen sheep belonging to Phil Gril. Bowman was incarcerated in the county court house basement. Moses Bow man is Charged ''4 Bb Hmf Not X te L-- StfUtrgia With Handtcapped ta Her Powerful Frpwrpiea. title u The Cuh tJa Com-- ' j'lianew pany, il capital ttak has been run Irjtr4 Willi iii.iHW Mm IU lOruntrr 1 nlrtid.it -- TW t'Uh Iaatiauit Hu Brra ttiwrgaa-Ur4a- ' up O tyica aad tollua il (Ham f tht brral and it directors are Merwer. j SaliuaidiM ILiiai-trat &w YorW S. L lVeliaw. P. A. H. Krauklin, It M. a I'artaigttl-T- B witt,i Short. C 11 Hauk. S. J. Cruet, C P. ' IawrHnilel. Tipper!) Triad. Cioodrkh, and EL I. liuidrk'h. ' Tociht H ho defeire to build a The ofticeru of the new ruoiacy are: Xtw VtKi, Oct. I a Conflicting etate-tnctiK. M. president; A. P. IL ; having appeared in regard to the b.iue, aud all bu a ih to aid the kciue-- ' Fraiikiin.Irehaw, vie preKideut: IL W. Cross, j niiiwioa ui the Irudi leaders, American secH uf O'dea to I. (iniodrUi.ataustant well ; iseiTetary; poMs bomea. P. T. Mr. a member of the delega li. and Gill, C llii.k, treasurer. as all who are interested in the welfare retard 'Iliis is a txMupauy of men who carry! tiou now in the city, tonight made a of the city from motives of public policy out a purpose, and the result of their ' definite statement to the Associated Pre. t work be very impurtant to both and prv'rti, are ured Other members of the delegation, John to le Oirdenmay and I'lah. Dillon, William O'Brien, T. P. O'Connor, the at to hall present city Flowed Hw Buy. T. D. Sullivan, Timothy Harrington, will omtiider the iliteresl of the estvlU'Dt LrrTw,Ont-- , Oct. 13. When David j be here within the next fortnight The to Mocuuipliah the end in. begird Smith, the lOyear-olboy who several object of the niiaskm, which is formally know n iu the Ibsne Savings and iiuild weks ago stablied uiuritf Peter Haasen vested with the most compu te represent iu cLwe to the heart with a knife, tative character and authority Ui Mjieak as liefore Magistrate Iumble at Co- Purnell and the Irish rliatueutary Tlie puriose of the meeting; i to burtr for eenteuce, the jude aaid the party and for the IrUh K.ple, i to apof the advantages this organizahal been guilty of a very bail peal to the Irish race and to all friends oift'iie and that he had shown a bravado of Ireland in Americ.i for Mit.rt in the tion. that was jinUin.Kl.ir.fc'. He was undoubt- - struggle which the Irish people Promineut citizens will add rem the ed!y a boy of bad proclivities, yet the are making to protect their liven, rate felt that to send him to home and liberties against the combined j in irist uietinjt. lad of his tender ace, would' force of coercion, land lordism and j prison, a Iletter be present and to advance the cause simply confirm him in crime. L'nder all circumstanceK, his honor thought the which it haa for ita goal, the establishbest thing that could be done was to ment of a native legislature in Dublin The Hendefioii Car Line. He said j which will enable the Irish people to the a severe give ' The Henderson (iarreteou - Itrinker that if biiy Smith's tloggiiu;. father would give govern themselves and develop the reyoung a is street elwtric railway go. bare back sources of their country, and the Irish j the boy twenty lashes on the Those gentlemen tiled the Und of wan a birch g.ul, ami innict the punish nation to fulfill the dctdiny to which her and to the satis-- ; sons believe she has been called. tSiJMi with the citv relforderlveeterdav ?pn faction of the court, that he would not "Delegate wilL" aaid Mr. Gill, "tell era themselves to faithful binding Ul the r,.forluHtorv. The ' the story of how that atruggle is being u,y the oror or f.traifthc tlio the nviUirviiitmta ,juj;i ..tJM...,i u on the noil of Ireland carried "on, .1 i (141 tt.ua ll .... tlll'ia; f....4i .P (tfoi.ri'int- Ihu -......... - -- lili-Bml m i w lK,i.e helow. and in spreading the home rule props Uf tfwt,olu right of wav on the streets. the presence or the chief constables, gamla among the electorate of Great Thi bond simply embodies the terms in the bov culprit was severely flogged by Britain. They will explain the circum-stance- a of the ordinance aforesaid. hisfatlier. E tch stroke of the left under w Inch syndicate of Tory This ordinance requires the company i a livid welt on the back of the gad who boy, capitalists have conspired with the coerto begin work within ninety days from ' cried with pain. After the Imy had re-- j cion government and Irish landlords the date of its passage, or construction covered somewhat from the efftvts, he with the special view of exhausting the liefore on or Deceinlter must begin I'J, whs taken back to the court room and j pe.'iiniary resources of the national im-line of an electric the most ; senteni-o11, andorder to close confinement in the struggle. Delegates will appeal for the must le operated on ten proved jail for the balance of the month. eupiort of all who can endorse their mile of Ogden's streets on or before county The magistrate's novel mode of punish- - IHimtion and who are willing if the only 1, IK.'! January mcnt is generally commended by the interests are fair play, to prevent IreMr. Garretson's own name signed by as wise and satisfactory. in the land lieuig handicaped himself is signed to the bond, as are townspeople struggle, for the want of those those of Messrs. Henderson and Drinker. IXCREASEfl ELECTRIC LIGHT. sinews of war that her wealthy enemies, The sureties on the bond are H. C Billcan command without limit. The deleow and E. A. Reed. ComElectric gates confidently look to the (wople of The Ocden Lieht City HenA Commercial writer met Mr. their own race in America to assume the New derson yesterday afternoon and asked Plant. pany's duty of making it a success ami hope to hiai as to the vital matter in nn enterThorough work on the buildingsof the set.' every elawi and section and body repprise of this kind - had he secured and of the Irish race assured the money necessary to go on OtfdenCity Electric Light cxmipany iH resentative and loyally in the great effort unitedly will and soon done the with the work? being company the sake of the old land." "We made our financial arrangements be prepared to supply increased and forMr. Gill wishes it understood that ', The Wo more for we asked the franchise. liefore regular illuminating iower. much can le saved if the time will for new the dynamos be would not have accepted such a franbuilding various localities w ill enter of care was feet in size. chise had we not been prepared to carry with him at the communication into soW-tinthe best dynamos, taken in it out in a money sense." avenue hotel, New York, regarding boilers and other machinery, and Fifthdates "The next big question, Mr. Henderson, most suitable for meetings. in a short time the new plant will lie in the is, w hen will you begin work?" "The ordinrnee requires us to begin shaiio to supplement and increase the The Tippcrary Trial. not later than December 10th. We are Ognen canon nlant. The circuits of will be ordiconnected fulfill Ixith and add to terms to of the that plants Tippekary, Oct. 15. The trial of the going nance In every particular. We are going the jower of all lights. alleged conspirators was resumed Unlay. to haveme exiiert electricians come Evidence was given with the object of and loir er some plans we have before iw The Socialists Work. owinir that the defendants used their on them as mere aie some we a session or U.E, Oct. lo. Al involved as to op- intluenoe among the tenants ftfl the very jU(rt.... points 1 l i estate in the direction of eraiiipis. Aiieir decision win aecme th e Sor alist Congress resolutions were Hmith-Barrotnr course in reierence to leading adopted and ordered transmitted to the inducing them not to pay rents. The of our motive features power.' government declaring that it was the first witness called waa a Mliceman. He Both Henderson and Brinker returned duty of a constitutional government to testified that tho defendants in company to the city at 10:110 yesterday forenoon remit the penalties under which the vic- with John Kelly had made visits U the and feeling pleased over the encouraging tims of the socialist laws were suffering. Smith Barry tenants. Healy asked Crown Prosecutor Itonan why this evioutlook they gained from their visit to Stoves. Garland dence about Kelly was introduced. the east. The three were required to accept the Miles, Strevell A Ulmer exclusive replied that the object was to conordinance within thirty days from paa-- agents. Boyle Block. nect Kelly with O' Brien and Dillon as T Ui f'.-- , pri-itui- j j j j : i ; in New Orleans m,rt !.".,( . . . C. II. Meflin was llie lone man to re ?v the admonition of th Klu-- court yesterday. Ileinu a "vajf and haviun Uolhillv' elue on hands he contributed ten days' time. Deputy Marshal Whetstone is taking a well earned vacation for a few days from his duties, lid expects to engage in business in Ogden soon, should tae fates prove propitious. Three boys got away from the Reform school yesterday and were still ul large yesterday eveuing. This makes six boys 'and two girls that have given that institution the slip within about sixty days. Djputv M irshal M Clellau yesterday arrested at EJen M;ses Bowman, on the charge ot grand larcouy. The offense charged wiis sheep stealing. B.jwman is now ui the county j.iil awaiting trial ba- fore Jmhje Cross Siegfried V. Nagle, of New Vork, rep resenting the George Ganlet chain paignes, who made so many friends during his visit here last spring, was in the city yesterday euroute to San Francisco. He will return in about a week. Mr. Wilson Dillon, of Evanston, Wyo., postmaster at that place, and until recently editor of the Evanstoa News, is in the city for a tew days. Mr. Dillen very recently sold his newspaper and is devoting his whole time to the postal business. j - , ... . lth t i i i s g brick building is to go up at once on west 2fth street, north side, Its dinearly opposite the Congress. mensions will be 38 by 60 feet. The ex cavation for the foundation is now being made. The prayers of the people dow n there are to be answered and this is the beginning. Caleb McKee began work yesterday on the foundation of his new building, and near the comer of Twenty-fiftWall. Only the basement and one story will be completed this fall, which will be let for the winter. It is Mr. McKee's intention to raise the block early next spring to four stories. The real estate market showed a decided improvement yesterday, there being a greatly increased inquiry and more sales. The fall activity is commencing, but this should not cause any advance in the price of realty. Ogden can be killed by emulating other towns and crowding the price of real estate up too high. Clarence E. Hall had been discharged from the Union Pacilio dispatcher's office and got drunk from either cause or effect He went up to clean the office, he knocked one man down and proposed to slash another with a razor, but failed barberous act. He in this was locked up with Joe Baxter's aristocrats. y h on Snake Culture. Mr. W. G. Kind, the west Twenty-fift- h street ticket broker, has received a letter from Gussie Cooper, the snake and man charmer now in the bastile for malfeasance out of office. Gussie tells him how to take care of her snakes, now in his charge for some back charges on tickets. She says that the snakes are particularly fond of toads. That when they are fed the blankets they sleep on should be removed, as they are apt to attempt to Ita gujierior exwllonce proven in millions of eat a blanket and toad together. homm for more than a quarter of a century. It is uwd by tho United States Oovernment. They are not costly boarders, as they Endorsed by the beads of the Great Universities r are a with meal satisfied well tut the StrooRMit, Purest, and moat Healtlifnl. pretty once a month. But they like to drink Dr. Price's Cream Basing Ponder doe not contain Ammonia, Lim or Alum. Sold only alxut once a week. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. in Cans. Gussie gave special directions on bath- - New York. Chicago, San Francuco St LouU IflKlflS di-pa- tch n EELHilOl S yl'AKKEL. Between Two F.nd Polkftura in t'ttka la Shoutittf. Oct. 13- lJua aaa ahot and. it ta believed, taUUy" ounde.L by a brother officer at tana o'clock thin Biorniog. Junge got into aa argument witii the oflker, Tom Maddan, about religam. Mailden aocusnd J aogm of beUaiging to tba United Order ta lvputie. w hu h is aupnaied to be aa aa-- ti Catbolk One word brought on another until Junge struck Maddea with hi club when the latter draw a pistol and shot Juuge in the left aid above the heart After the shooting Madden dutapiieami and haa not yet been arrextedL a I.4TI K AHOl XT. Cmivmimi, Oi-- t l.'t l!icettian Albtvt and woundad Jurge was this morning at 3 o'clock bv Policeman ThoiuitM Mitddeu. The men had travelled adj unitig beats and there had been bad blood between them for aome time. A few nights ago they had a serious quarrel and afterward Jurge reported Madden at the station for drinking while oa duty. This made matters worse. Last night at roll call at their station Lieutenant Kane summoned the uea before hi in and questioned them aa to the trouble. Mailden refused to reply and waa Utd he would Leaent before th trial board. In reply, ha took off hia club and atar and threw them on tha tioor, saying he would resign, and left the station, muttering threata agaiuat He was aeen in several Junge, sali K.ns during the night, drinking, and at 3 o'clock this moraine while Junge waa in the patrol boa ra jKirting to the station Madden cam u and fired three shots at him, one of w hich Uxik effect in his breast Tha murderer then walked away and haa not yet been apprehended. Officers at the station claim the uea had first quarreled aUiut religious and other matters. Madden acciistnl Juna of leing a ineinlier of the united order of deputiea. Junge retorbsl that Mad.lna was a clan-n- a gael. Out of this, tha of . ticera say, the trouble grew. CHK-Mi- e, IVJu-eOHk- wn-iet- Fiirhtiuir the Combination. New Yokk, (Vt 15. A temporary in. junction was granted today by Judg Pratt, in the Supreme court against the trusUea of the Sugar trust, Kidder, Peabody Jt Co., the Central trust and others, to enjoin them from proceeding further with the pending reorganization of the trust and from parting with any asset or stock certificate of the company. A receiver was also applied tor. A hearing of the motion to make the injunction ernianent ii act for Monday next. The application is made by one Duncan Cameron as the owner of 'JU0 shares of certiticatea of the trust. i to-da- y 1. Frick Not In It. - r V v two-stor- A d fr the GtSSIE'S SNAKES. She Writes Mr. Kind a Letter Ackd Tnat ' iMwber. pr. fi. s. Harvev, who did uch eicel A i handed D-il- j The Cvdea Od Cutupany had been reuranlznl and incorporated under ' a new oaiee and diiwurv. , of tbe defendant. fnxu and O'BrircvannoaavB-in- g their arm a! at Cherbourg, Fraarav today. The utmost reUoeae waa emus tained tuuG the XatamaliBta aa to tba manner in w they luded tL pulkat. The tfoverumect w e&itnaiKM-in- ' ta learn, w ho aided them to tMcapa, and if covered they win be ruerutecL d w. iu To Pleasant View. u Manager F. W. Lafrantz, of the & Hot Springs Railroad Company, informs us that his line is now completed and in running order to Pleasant View, where connection will bemade for the springs by 'bus. Trains will run hourly. The line will be completed to Earnest Hogan and the Jones Bros.. the springs within a week. Master Willie, and Messrs George and Irvin forming the "Criterion Four," were PERSONAL PA RAG RA PHS. in the city last night enroute from the east to San Francisco where they go to While till an extended engagement. Mrs. Thos. Fitzgerald returned yesterwere the guests of John Hawhere they sisfrom two a her with visit weeks, day kins, under whose care they gave The ter at Rock Springs, Commercial office a delightful serenade Miss Ardell Orchard, daughter of of old negro melodies. Master Willie, Chief Clerk Orchard, of the railway mail only seven years olds, possesses a wonderwas ill servico, quite yesterday. fully sweet, full baritone voice which he Mr. W. G. Kind will attend the annual uses extremely well. meeting of. American Ticket Brokers' Association at Kansas City in November. Mr. Low Beason, father of the worthy gentleman ef the same name who reprePU R E sents the Salt Luke Herald in Ogden, was expected to arrive from Atlantic, Iowa, last night. Og-de- It Utt.ll, lunptx'tiou. to-da- j Mill-ir- The following cases are on call at the First District Court for ThursJav, October Peter Wilson va. C. E. Mayna Co., et al. Cullrry vs. Michael Murphy. Grge J. Thompson vs. Kay & Spect. Richard Thorn vs. Vuion Pacific Railway Company. Abner Gentry vs. El wood Maden et al. 5 i j H0. i i - e Telegrams for the follow iu; fierMiius are at tiie Western I'uiou telixraph of. rice: J. J. Steaduiiin, Mint) Mittie lUwveii, S. C. Epiiecbteiu, V. hchillinj;. A uitvliiii; of the H me liuildintf and Savidi;ii Aoiin iatniu in called for t u ilit "t oVlock, at the City Hall. There doubtleua be a full atteiidauce trf for Orf'den ILELAMi'S APPEAL TO HElZiUILhltHS ISi AMEKUA. - a ut eiu!nl 1'hoenii of! tbe 0dr liaOiliu. rucda K-- Objectaja oerru ind. Diriturth iruredxnjr Healy, ael uh; aWia. IT AH CAOiMPASV. i- Healy prctatAai part Jt umspircT. .c ituet the e.urt deL& with Biattotm u Ut the rnree Eli j e in unurriwii f..r R. Campliell vs. (ieo. W. Baker, dismissed at ptaintitf's cost. John H ii ni tell vs. id )rgs MwJv, et a I., dismissed by coiiwut at defendant's u iily Plaiua, liobert,uf Wet ... ... . .7 li. Stoue. SLFFE1MNG I y eo- - $1.). Win. 11. .roi retty kiiarp frurt l.i IT.., wi uiu liiur urn pMn itM, im a lour of Hie "t urk re- - sniiie time and both parties have been arretted two or three tiuicn. One mar- oftimatea the costs of arrests, nerv- i ,.r .... i. ........... ....tv ., il.... i... INK tiiimtr iiitn iikil lie .,i nuuin. iiitn, Mr. M. T. FOI! i (rl,r n, the July Carnival. retuml ter.lav from a month's trip throuKh the ...i-prm- Tl.irf ill JirtiUly surnve.1. KUl of s uulawful seizure and detention and l S7.V1 That nens tlmt Promontory Company cannot keep pie off the government sectio'is. aa a m i ! juarUrii u uiht aul the tioerB Tutvbv 1 rm fcharp. B , ' t..nmrr.. it begin at i jj. m, Muuday. j M. It IJufr J A ( Tn Li uoiWrtikfii, heretoforti. to kwsp f (itm'kinea oil the K,,rn,,lt'ot anituaU could Dot b tiiiii tract !vau ririifD no the public latula without at Uvul Totiuk Winiers of the Stock coiu-lu- ' lamia. Such tTonsins an hIJ to tho Hto:-- caught inoviQif be over ut lines t'izM ana u'tHina ifi uniuiiKm w i . av .ii. hhii d iihu ill i forthn mil ni;. But John A. Taylor aud his net have been deteriuinexl to break thin nionoM- ht'w rip for a long time and have at liist done so. V ifty horses were eeized bv the From- Cxwupany in the usual way. fay-- ! lor and his HiMx'tntes brought suit for nf ill . juaaJ tLe utbers. THE JicJ of Oct. liHL. t.iri aiki be taut Lad k artM-KTa- The tity hospital ri.tiem ably l ivuioved to the ae liatitai. uutt-tJ- t Hit fori!-- ! tLe Hot .Sirianj. They ! ' Hum4 tirrtwia i U - li j U 4 T1 u Trwy a the limit iSLi. ). oi 111 TJ UoderaoB Electric Strot Car Lac to Be Coauaenoed in Sixty Tin-- tu' M ATTEl THE MEETING THE l lf V HALL. t jrauU4 m 1 louk iftrf her UuUlEiW. 1W gaizui and Dftonuoa of Tt- lor". Horse. Hi; Mrt I Mttatt I Vrk a.i Ku9Milir a L4 vt twimuwit br UbA, featTlurt Tferi a Eir IfeaL tui . USD AY, OCTOBER IC, oi!VorraAii(iE?!s Lwd and ratter tukieLuuttv ui IF rW J b,4 I.Jtrml Ut jbeid by (L ur k u tub, m, L i hubi M IT. Efcusatfoa for i "7,uu MriilMVviv, Till Ro-na- n Overcoats Eoitor Commewial: Please correct your statement made in Thk Commercial of this morning that one Frick ta connected with the Asphaltum Co. Wa are the ouly erson in this city laying asphaltum, and Mr.Frick has never been connected with ua in any capacity, but has been laving cement walk on his own account California Asphaltum Co. Overcoats ! ! THE GOLDEN EAGLE and Quantities. The Hare them in Endless Qualities are coolVarieties soon now, and you will need one. Evenings DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU inspect stock: que IF YOU CALL ONCE YOU WILL COME OFTEN. All Our Goods are Entirely New, havipg been bought during the month of August, they have now all arrived and Our Departments are the Most Complete of any in the City. LIVE and will We believe in the proverb to L.I.V1S and XjICT Sell Goods Closer than any House in the City. We carrv the famous fiELZ SHOES M ANHATTE SHIRTS, and LYON and CUFFS, HILTON, all E fcW. Groods. STKTSO.N HATb,and the Best Makes of GO-LJL,AI- S Our childrens' department will bear the closest inspection. Give Us a Call, 2410 Washington Avenuo. LOEB & MYER, Proprietoi-H- .