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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2C, I wO. iiG noriirsLB& u l Spirit i. Sa.itii. ttkeb ArchmCyk t. A. R Polios, as of,W jrrtLtii ii IL JatK Hill) suit aJiiMiucL iI rl li. I III te.iijf lrUu iaaLai Suirk. IVcit-r- . W..f in ll:li,i.rnl 14 vaal a ! &-- to Tbe fJou ) 111 Ml by H tuV aa 5 TO h Turl erf at I'uebio. W e Orioana, naa ealW tLe atUx-Umt a!e deoartjueet to tie vrn Ut of the Bumr of New OrWw Uira they elaiai m ao ucjuc4 lvalue. It M aaai. baa Leirgrapoed Uav toteruLC of rtvardu; ti wm&i LOCAL !L ra.lroa.1 u aJlrr ihit.ititi ua theoaurw id tl.at ' HtLW.aiD IS HIED cit j. Tbe ejrtijrrc ttik.u k a v ! Cidw ixnikaix aehives ji it tbould 14 Bke CTJtupWtetUU-ttjwjktarled the tran jiit a ti a JI WK X1SK YLTtKlHY. Fill! THEIK HTET. TElIMNii of all emot-led Ubder ita t 1V .!r4 being tlr car. II Llud ere raugl.t in ixy y u iLe IuU S!T thenar mud U Aa Important Luliu. A OomptoM SynoptBs of U Taken Luid A IV u Co. The Former in Coaditioa mai Oom- - j iialforiu, au.1 li,e tMrte V It t Important TmX Hm be Gives m Dt A. C Fit a. A. R Moines, la, aa order Up and tbm Dupoicuam Mad txwriy forty fnrC IU lv are lernt.iy fiiieoi ot Victory Ttfce Boat WUt Eojral Boneptioa aX tt Depot a as rctr-rnSalrao. of the United Slates district rrui4jd aud biaiv'ed, laid it M a ijur uppmctu; llnuttt-- Iiudi of Theas. b &mpiy fur Point. a Is Hj Maral&B. to lxvr to and pat on te lino vr lm abe xurt todij. made an important rulic ail claim auut tL luter hlm Lcd to appear oo lt,- - tra. k ain. The nor-- e ' the roma prohibitory involving Tom a a at falHiioua k aiued rrvbuUlf the u t uiu. Ilratirt Wert Itit AU mt LiltmU kt- Tmal a Larc rut came up oa petitija 1 Tle A. va. niatter B. X. IVk o C la U J iia Ittrixirt tv orjt mm4 UlUshrt I mt to Tma r lb Trwia, Hut Mm babeaa corpu ia w hk-- 11 m granted betting Friday O. of 31 for Thr Liberal Viu baud Lradrr. frani-JBrtaera Win4v 'Jarroll MHJuty, is plaintiff, having baesv beanie a ototm to require A- - B. l'tu ia lvavr-'lirt- u4 ef IfVr Ik Ttit JUilf ill Ktraiag Lit.-r; TLeOgdea Rnd bae to hie a mure full and ouuiiiWU' VAoWr ki.k. adjudged guilty of ouctecupt and tuieal in Mudl br 0nu4 Sktm. i'.M sad ousts an 1 to be committed ua the resignation Prof. Wm- - Klaus a this ctum nud alto a multua on of LubttM KoJloaing ui transacted A. B. I'.tton to have the report h .re- Much interest U brti.g iuauifrted by leader, and teiWd a vote of thaiik fur CSod w in's special train will ar- tdpai.1, for rioia'ing the prohilMbwy Judge It was argued that the only kales Saturday, OcL 2itb, in the First Dis- anjU(d alloaeJ and aj proved by the loeal lovera of tle manly art in tlu pr- - bis tficefit rrviva durii the part rive at the Union depot at 9ukitotuurrow law. made by Spk kier were in or mil pa k UKtiti.a. tV't-trict Court, Judge Miner oa the LrtK-h- : uourt t i; eotiUwt betaeea lwjbert Dubbs, the ; , morning. o. :i .... .. aa tieo.Su Millikea a. M. Ann Mdliken. ring agea, eomfenjuenlly were inWstate ixjo if. 1.... iwiti Wade fur a la re application of uaaiiiniouixy jii. ia the wish of the Liberal County luenxi and not It champion of the elected Thia ca came up a the omipLaiot and roktrml Laws of to leader. the The subject offiivrs of re!it artt of habeas corpus fir William 1L m itnentea were kwura. After Central Committee that all Liberals stale. Judge Hhiras ruled ia effect mof and William llaraood, of the the baud are a foUovte: 11. Ware. foe territory, tearing ' pr.i w bo can do so, go down tt the station to the regulation of sale of liquor whether K rus B. IL Jones appearing for the the evidetice tin nurt ordered that a Pacific Coast, to take jlaw at the opera dent; 11- Atwood. manager; A. 1. whku4 in extending Judge tioodwin a in origiual packages or aecretart. iifumt and D. Evaus fur the people. By j decree of divoree be entered in atrord boiiae not; he also beUL Wednesday evening, NoxeuiU r 5. to Ogden. nnal that such cases must be settled in stats of D. Ei am the pruowr, a ant with the prayer of the mi plaint. cKi-tj- t A t'emitlttiiL representor 1'he Liberal !and will be there to aid oourts aud through them ia the Unil4 jwsterday AX IXMiUTAST in the general enthusiasm. It ia aiwn Stales supreme court j afternoon ll"lF, youth of 11, was dist barged from cusl p. paid a vieit to Dobbs training ILiuc Evruin; the w ish of the TernUrial Liberal com' M tody by hi giving a good and sufficient company ' Tl.e arrest of John IL WinW. Lia quartern, oa juroe Mavenue, inand found The Kinr Merraniile Company oa the mittee and the IVmnty Lilwral coninut-tewith trainer George bond. rrieoa, Atrliison People Talk. that a large delegation of Oden Way Ui the I rout. la re accounts of IL W. Cross, Com- three grown aona, and John Woo-ia-, at the amUtioua young pugulu-t- , lad in a j liberals go With the Judge Wood win Boston, Oct 25. Director Bann Winalow'a," in Ogden csuam, one week blue pair of trunks. vigurouiy tnuuip-lumissioner Supreme Court Order apDuring the pat wnk an important train to Cache Valley to t in a said at same David on the bag. motion of away today that the Colorado Midland patiently suffering proving ago Friday and Saturday, on a charge iu that rgin. chaiige took place in one of Ogden's was approved yesterday aaa Kvaiis, district attorney. h intent to dangerously aiault the men Itobba ia almost a perfect specimen of purchase The train will return Ui Ogden at i0 Krauk Price, et aL, vs. Mayor and City of the Bear River Canal company, ia fa- pliyi-a- l eytuuietry ami beauty. From mercantile iiitftitutions that indicatea, official statement w ill noon be mads. an on It ia that Lis Mituday head crown of feet hia to there at leart of the imp irtam-planned eveiii. if this mint Council of Wellsviile. Oo uiotioa of B. miliar to CoMMKKiiAi. readers. It will the I IL Jones an order wan grauted requiring be recalled also thnt oil the men were ia not a bleniinh of any description iim as a wholesale center. We refer to the the Liberal ban i.ii.l a many Liberal "Beyond this- you can say absolutely hi. .ill as citizen the train that the Atchison does not contemplat meet the defendants to show cause before this placed under a bond of 70U to keep the him. He ia working hard and ia conf- reorganization of the King Mercantile and escort (Niesio.iGoodwin aud ident that the reauit of the match will company w ith a Judge party to the purchase of a mile of railroad prosj- 1 of this Court on Nov. 7th why an injunc- peace. capital i,iH hia, of itself, would be good evidence of the the City Hall, where it ia expected the erty anywhere, and has no negotiatit Now cornea a new phaae of the un- be ia bis favor. tion should not be issued. lf I dout w in it won't be the fault of prosperity of the concern, were this all, greatest Liberal rally ever held iu or any railroad purchase, i ou can say IL IL Cbristensen vs. Lars Rasmuseen. pleasant neaa. Weber rounty w ill take place. this most emphatically. The stories training or condition for I was never which is not the caxe. Demurrer to complaint sustained by John 11. Window has cauHed the ar- my The room will doubtless t packed to from the West of contemplated railroad consent of plaintitf. Ten daya time to rest, by Sheriff Belnap, of I'mted States in better ahane in my life. Why, I feel In the reorganization, prominent easttile amended complaint. Motion in this deputy marshal, J. B. M Leila m, mana- as though I could knock out a brick ern capitalist become interested in the the utmost cajwity, and the political extensions are without foundation. Tbs block, he said, making another swipe at business and are to become citien of situation in the territory will be set out Atchison is not buying or building a came case to quash summons was with- ger of the I Sear River Company's IL C. Gilbert, foreman of the the bag that kept it w hirling for the Ogden. Theee gentlemen are Messrs. with great force and clearness by Judge road. It ia in a strong position, has drawn by consent F. 11 Williams and Isaac Legrange, of Goodwin and other prominent speakers cash balance from its reorganizatkaw. B. Ternes vs. J. F. Dunn, et aL Mo- Canon Aqueduct work, O. IL lit man, space of five minutee. hvery morning lXbba gets up at b Kansas City, Mo, and De Forest Rich- of the territory. fund, and is not borrow ing penny. tion by Evans & Rogers for a new trial. and employes. Edwin Fowler and Wo. The electi m of Judge C. C Goodwin as run and after a ard of Douglas, Wyoming. The latter o'clock, takes a Submitted and taken under advisement Jones. bath and rubbing down eats breakfast. gentleman is at present president of the delegate to Congress would immediately Heed in Illinois. by the Court They are charged with trespass, speci- Then conies exercise w ith the bells. I a First National bank at Douglas and at raise the confidence of capital and peola re admission of James V. Eden to fied as unlawfully breaking down in nation Rook the 111, Oct 25. The city the half hour a genutakes work the afternoon be throughout roan, ple , Chadron, Nebraska. Mr. Ttieo. fence to invade hia premise. practice law, on motion of IL W, Smith, vice president of the Citizens' bank ineness of Utah's progress fully 100 per alive with Republicans from all over Oa Monday they are to be summoned with the bag under the eye of bis trainer. the applicant was admitted to practice cent law in this court on his certificate from before Justice Angus McKay, of the skips the rope a thousand times to get of this city, also becomes interested. northern part of the stats to bear So every Liberal should contribute to The present officers are C IL King, the district court of Kentucky. rural precinct of Iluntsville, to appease up the muclea of his legs ana arter a cold Reed. He arrived at noon. At Speaker in his of success the shower bath and a thorough rublung president and manager; Theodore Robevery reception clock a mass meeting was held m Sidney Stephens vs. David Rice, on thedignity of the law aud the retaliatory down lo tomorrow. rests until after supuer. A short inson, secretary; F. E. Williams, treas- possible way motion of C B. Pash execution in this tineaee of the sovereigns of Ogden canon. No chance of losing a victory should the fair grounds, Heed delivering taat walk just before retiring completes the urer; Isaac Legrange aud De Forest case was stayed until Nov. 1st to enable address. Reed left for Rork. Fortunately this little piece of triangu-latio- work of be takeu. ia There dav. itrincipal a the Mr. generally A. S. directors. tile statement on motion for Blake, Richards; he will speak tonight by John Winslow w ill not deiay few rounds with plaintitf to the after aluo, gloves, the orginal founder of the house, still new trial, to which defendant excepts. the work on the canon aqueduct It will A Escatie. Miraculous the remains with them. va. C E. lirainerd et aL, get there just the same, D. Incendiary Fire. Doblts' w ind power is something exThe new company are adding extenmotion for new trial argued, submitted RtADi.NO, Pa, Oct 25. A Reading exseems him. to tire traordinary. Nothing Mass, Oct 25. It mm and taken under advisement by the sively to the plant intending to make it DIED OX THE CARS. He has also a long, quick reach, hich the largest wholesale grocery establish- press this morning ran into three loaded discovered court. that the tire waath yesterday coal from Pottalown. mile half a cars, G. V. Carr, et rL, vs. Ralph Ingham, The Pathetic End of a Maiden's combined with hia xiwerful niuacles, ment iu this inter mountain district work The alarm wires an of incendiary. make him an adversary to be respected. The confectionary business which has The coal cars were wrecked and the lomotion of P. J. Barratt for a new trial, were cut and other means used for preof has course Home. severe Hia Towards taken huxitraining Journey heretofore been feature this of the comotive derailed. The tender teleaooed vent iug the appearance of the argued, submitted and taken under adenginsi will hereafter become a department. ' the smoking car. The escape of the A death occurretl Friday night on a off all su portions tlesh, leaving the skin visement by the court. No cause is known. and as smooth And as as hard glass. In additition to the slock of staple goods passengers from death was miraculous. promptly. D.ivid Kay vs. V. IL Harding, et al, Central Pacific train in the mountains of the ixmtest is to be simply one for scienin, more than twenty five carmotion of Smith & Smith to retax costs, Joseph Markowitz, on one of the coal Nevada' which ia rendered more than tific points, his wonderful staying low- already loads of goods are in transit adand taken cars was killed. Guilty of Murder. under submitted, argued, will in stand him and much ers agility It is the intention of the company to John Marks had his skull fractured. ordinarily affecting by the pathetic cirvisement hia muscular Saratoga, Oct. 25. This morning the better need than develop- enlarge their buildings by adding a third Engineer Hellor got a leg broken. Time. C. Spect, et al., vs. V. IL Harding, et cumstances surrounding the affair. in the case of William Blakey, osl will strip at 115 Dobbs unds ment jury three and an & of was and addition, motion building Smith Smith to retax story, Welsh, fireman, al., badly senldod, The "Fast Mail" from San Francisco oOxiiO. for the murder of his aunt, brought on the trial stories high This, David Refsnyder, of Lebanon, badly cut north, costs, argued by plaintiff, submitted and which arrived Wm. liar wood, the Colorado spider, including their high basement, will give in'Ogden at7:30 yesterday of Reading, had a leg in a verdict ot murder in the first detaken under admisement. Thomas Humes, is to lie Doblx' opponent is training them four floors 50x150 feet The First National Bank of Cheyenne vs. morning, brought the remains of Miss who crushed, and the passengers were all gree. in the it is understood, some- floor will then lie used exclusivelyupir for badly shaken up. Ogden City Railway Company, 'demurrer Hattie Wise, a beautiful young lady of where mountains, in the vicinity of Hot Springs, the Stanley Holds the Power. to complaint and also a motion by de- St Louis, who had died in her berth in candy business, which is already under the watchful eye of Jim Harring- cramped for room. he Officials fendant to separate the two causes of Herald will Protest. Italian London, Oct 11 o'clock the previous ton. Little is known about Harwood, This departure is only one instance action joined in the complaint was the sleeper about interview an with 25. tomorrow, In New Progreaso-Italis Oct a clever boxer and is of the remarkable growth and inix)rt-ancpublish that he York, argued by Kimball & Allison and Smith evening while the train was crossing the except if needful or reckoned most scientific which the in be from among a is says Americano Stanley Tecoma. near as The of divide dead the dispatch L. Ogden R. Rhodes; case sub- big distributing point girl i. Smith and was accompanied only by her father, who teachers of sparring in the west His for the country, and Washington stating that the Italian desirable he could blast the reputatum mitted and taken under advisement is he friends excellent that doing say loss in prospect could legation there, upon receiving the of ot Major Barttelot and others who havw sudden under and of more way California National Bank vs. W. R. was inconsolable at the work and they seem to feel con- be cited. ficial reports from the Italian consul at brought charges against him. Swan, et al., motion to separate the his daughter under such mournful cir- training fident that in a match for iioints he will causes of action in the complaint was cumstances. citizen of St prove to be Dobbs superior. Harwood Mr. Wise is a overruled by consent of defendant as of 111 pounds. in date Oct 19th nuc pro tunc, and an Louis. His wife died a year ago, leaving will weigh at about of sole him their the guardianship only ..order granted staying sale on execution child Hattie, a handsome girl of 19, who for thirty days. Billy Hennessey, the Kansas' City been time sufferer some had for middleweight who defeated Billy Woods First National Bank of Bloomington, p Illinois, vs. A. H. Swan, et at., Miller & from consumption. Finding a few at the opera house in three rounds a Maginnis formally entered their appear- months ago that his daughter's condi- short time since is in Texas, where he ance for the defendant and consented in tion was rapidly growing worse, Mr. is trying to arrange for a contest with open court that plaintiff may take judg- Wise decided to take her to California some representative of the Lone Star ment against defendant as prayed for in in the hope that the progress of the dis- state. lie will return in time to be ease would be checked. The sudden present at the match on the complaint John A. Taylor vs. M. B. Buford, change of climate, however, had directly the 5th. motion of Kimball & Allison to retax the opposite effect and the anxious costs was argued by them and Miller & parent, yielding to the girl's appeal that Speaking of Hennessey, by the way, Maginnis, was submitted and taken her last moments might be passed at does any little bird know where Billy Thurshome started childhood's last her Woods vanished to so suddenly after under advisement A. W. Wertz vs. Western Union Tele- day on the return trip to St Louis. Miss his Waterloo? He came, he saw, be left THILTV-TW- O OCItECs miic UV lUiMkir me CVhiohw- - i"Bi: AM) lr t y il-- t-- U-i-- ria P-t-U. l dre. I !)' 2Ti.-J- uJg ! , ! -- b. t'-o- . Ptu. frt uta fV-t- - i r n b--ee i;e ' !) irtn if h l- Sjm-kle- r. - a j -- Jt-un- light-Weigh- t Tbor-bur- - J ! j e I ; i g aw-ix- demon-atratiou- s j j ' e - j - i busi-nes- a, five-mil- e Wina-low'- a liobin-son- n r - nt-c- 25.-T- e o inter-mountai- n well-to-d- o WM. HARCOMBE'S Dobbs-IIarwoo- graph Company, on motion of Smith & Smith, ten days further time was granted in which to serve and tile statement on motion for a new trial. Willard City vs. Thomas Woodland, motion of G. J. Marsh to set aside the v verdict in this case was argued by & Perkins for the tdaintitf and Smith & Smith for defendant Proofs were submitted and the case was taken under advisement D. Zilla Ashby vs. P. C. Funge et al. Demurrer to complaint and motion in this case submitted without argument and taken under advisement by the Hattie had been sinking rapidly in the past few weeks and the journey was more than her feeble condition could withstand. On entering the mountains she was attacked with frequent hemor-ragecaused probably, by the high altitude, and in spite of all the efforts 6f a Denver physician, who happened to be aboard, she died. Word was wired Judge Preshaw s undertaking establishment in this city, and a man met the body on its arrival and prepared it for shipment east over the Union Pacific at 9:55. s, Dr. Fraser Married. court The Commercial takes pleasure in anPeter Wilson vs. The Ogden Power the nuptials of Dr. J. W. Company, on motion of Ogden Hiles, nouncing and by consent of Kimball & Allison, Fraser, one of Ogden's popular physiattorneys for the defendant, judgment cians, and Miss Mills, of Canada. The was ordered to be entered in accordance wedding took place at the home of Miss with the prayer of the complaint, to wit: Mills on the 22nd of October and they are expected to arrive in Ogden tomor122,000. David Reese vs. E. R Hadley, motion row, Monday. of B. H. Jones to set aside the judgment Mrs. Fraser is a lady of prominent in this case, argued, submitted and taken sic'ial station, being the daughter of under advisement. minister and Hon. D. Mills, an Sophie Arntsor vs. Peter Arntson, on member of parliament of the Djminion. motion of M. A. Breeden an order was Dr. Fraser is a gentleman of ability, granted for defendant to show cause thorough education, and pleasing adwhy an attachment should not be issued dress and he and Mrs. Frasor will be apagainst him for failing to pay alimony preciated by the good people of Ogden. and attorney's fees, as heretofore or- While Mrs. Fraser has belonged to the dered by this court. conservative party in Canada, she and the D(Ktor will immediately be good Humphrey & Co., vs. J. & J. A. Americans. Report of referee A. R. was tiled, and on motion of Miller en& Maginnis, judgment was ordered Choctaw Draws the Line. tered in accordance with the findings Tex, Oct. 25. News has been Paris, of fact and conclusions of law. In this case on motion of Evans & received that the bill has passed the Rogers ten days stay of execution was lower house of the Choctaw council degranted. priving all citizens of the Choctaw naIn re application of Minnie R. Bar- tion who take the oath to become citi bour for writ of mandate. Motion of zens of the United States of the right to Richards, Rolapp & Barton to quash vote or hold office in that nation. alternative writ of mandate. A Minister Gone Astray. Anderson va Anderson, H. H. Rolapp entered his appearance as counsel fcr il,e Oct. 25. The Rev. Martin Reading, defendant. J. A. Taylor, et al, vs. M. B. Buford, et Fritoh, for twenty-fiv- e yearsi a respected al, on motion of Kimball fe Allison, minister of the Reformed denomination, thirty days' stay of proceedings were was sentenced this afternoon to three granted, during which time defendant months in jail for pilfering small articles shall rile and serve statement on motion in a hardware store. for a new trial. Held by the Grand Jnry. First National Bank of Ogden vs. Daniel Hamer, motion of Evans fe Rogers Mo, Oct 25. H.S. Ilinee Booxeville, for judgment on the admissions of the answer was argued by Evans &, Rogers and E. C. Hoffman, tupposed to be the and Kimball & Allison and taken under parties who robbed the Missouri Pacific at Otterville a short time ago, were held dvisomon t N. W. Silsby va Josie Silsby, motion of by the grand jury in f2,000 each. Ernest Rogers for plaintiff to show cause Gov. Noble Dead. why he should not pay alimony and counsel fees, pendente lite, argued by New York, Oct 25. Evans & Rogers and Pash & Johnson of Wisconsin who was stricken Noble and taken under advisement J. G. Landick vs. P. J. Roford, de- with paralysis several days ago died murrer to complaint was argued by B. this morning aged 74. Hey-woo- d Rendezvous for d The trot between Warren's bay mare Minnie and Dees tell, at the Hot Springs track two weeks from tomorrow promises to be an interesting event. The stake money is $200. A special train over the Northern will probably be put on. Minnie also gives a race one week from tomorrow to Graham's Zip, for a purse ot $100 on the same course. Marx Christol, the champion Grawo-Roma- n middle-weigh- t wrestler of the Northwest, is in Denver seeking a match the Jap. with Matsada Sorakichi, Christol said to a Denver News reporter: "I have been endeavoring for over a year to get on a match with the Jap, but somehow we never have got close enough together to talk business, and when I heard he was in Denver I came after him, and will post in the care of the News $500 for a match. I visited this city in company with Clarence Whistler, the wrestler of the champion Graico-Romaworld, in 1879, when this place was but a village compared to it now. I have since that time met some of the best men in the country, and am in better condition now than I have been for years. I hope the Jap will meet me, and if we do wrestle I will guarantee that the people of Denver will see a great match. I weigh 140 pounds and barring a bad cold which I caught on the train coming here, am in perfect health." n Billy Quinn has at last succeeded in getting a miitch with Reddy Gallagher and judging from the latters record it the doughty would appear that Californian has caught just about all he can handle. Here is what the Denver News of Friday has to say regarding it: about collar and The much-talke- d match between W. H. Quinn and Reddy Gallagher was arranged and articles of agreement signed by the two in The News office last night Quinn, Gallagher, John W. Murphy and W. C. Bush all called at The News office, and after talking over the details agreed that John W. Murphy should be stakeholder. and accordingly both principals put up a $50 forfeit binding the match. The match is collar and elbow, Quinn to throw Gallagher three times in an hour or lose. Gallagher needs ltitle introduc tion to the Denver public. He is known to be a first-clas- s wrestler, which he demonstrated to the public in his late match with the Jap, which he won. He will give Quinn a good struggle, as collar and elbow is bis favorite style of wrestling and the latter will know he has met a man worthy of his strength when he gains a fall from him. elbow-wrestlin- lot )? lessors FINE FURNISHINGS. One essential to a Gentleman's perfect appearance is completeness in the little details of dress. They are to him what the shades and shadows are to a painting, what ornamentation is to a room, what finish is to furniture, what fragrance is to llowers. The faultless, fashionable collar, the tempting tie of the time, carefully adjusted cuffs, are the points which make perfection. 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