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Tl'EDAY, CH.DEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: MILL OF TilE TUE tiE4M Jl'LY mi AS nHGiS-IZ- Is"Ki it yM y tiie atv otiier e-a- r nit r.--j- r .es t&. i.y Ei Mil tice--e ad tt lfur !; rtit t- - r.-- in .! THE J lr j J i i.t-v- l nil 111' !VI: vi:;TY I J t ILL li 'lE- - i.i'jt'v u.Srf r.tit-- j- ilw !.j SJIMAM) iv:iiuAi.. to y ; l! i'ii m i r Le ft;.-r- . .. .1 Vp t. f i I t M : Oil-.-- - e,' I' : t s e, . 1 ! - f.- i . o- th - 1 T. r,,' i ?. ; "!, i, .M. -- f i, rf svr aoJ I: r ki ollf d ri I.. AuTte" . i jrt nutr oj tfe Wuiix y i.ird dei-isktf- U-f- au. dd u 1 i T1 Aetna jwidence lv rtir HM-n.- li 1 5 tt ii. ilb i . a l.roin riT.-- . dutit ii t!j u t Aa ESt ituuiJ ii Vviiji-i-- J Aixras on Co ! DaSTered tbs Ueusi Cirjrs. tob Judg aiii-gir l iirf j r iuj.J K trixiss g uu your ClATM-urij of of jour (tuig tin Touchier Brirfy Cpcn its ihi rem. ml. As. i J t! ..nu"Tf aay B!tt'r l f jou. u(ja Edmundi" Law. xYou are f urt Vf wLteh tL; t it i ! roi lit, br-ti uttid haV j tb duty of f ery 4 0 'h,-;- u while ill frted ua to know .Tt Latrkrr Le Litm?. TLt jury to .a Hrrt mm Ttiitf the biiy, b i Iibtrartiun or Xcarty U full TrU T HI and ecjoy tbmt i;fe, sni-- ii, ttartmg iike iave grand BiiJ, any tiar juror V lA a Mw-Ttirair'-OMrr trrvrdcj k rrrru-u; -i w;n M the fetble rill, to use Lis c. a UMUtif ui or in wiiat Abr you or ai-l'!l-f- W EiU Wt teoiber vl tb grand jury Ua U IViriH Yrtr4s U av to its Umiiu!-Ljguoge. "tks )Wr! ' U UVary !!iri. Biutter f jre ciy det4iny to IrJ, fna Whutu. votion Va C ai.y rn4in. juu. AlrJj ill ahau keep sncret all pztxxwdui bethrough Vl.o:a aij to Wlma it i of Uw j dgm in tL deThe The District Court opened yesterday fore you including evidence ukra r a TL lu AMjrution. morning & ft tribunal to investigate you except as tha court luay order for bate by tL Ogdt-- literary Suriety, of furtLerane and the l rect-ttuth was iai.il latt liight juetic, criminal The regular nK.th!y Bierticg of the of crime or offeuit ooma.it uJ ksr grown. Ioa Th grand jury a ll tke pls.yj at the organized and before you or in ur preejeiice. You w ill silence, foiloved by srtt-fawill begin work today. Following are not du.'lne the teettmony given befure shosLtg I'laiuSy the trviid of belief of Xft AradVmy oa Pridiv eveaing UxU This wo:ie.4th the gentlemen on this jury: you by any person ur itunw to the r the aadieuoK. niot pnr-ou- s rue d 0 ilo fH,'R h" I, Tu t it is and enjoy able clubs ia the cilv, and W. V. Corey, Ad. Kuhn, W. V. Corer, soa against whom such testimony ia Imve loved is groa iug bk a grwa bay trre or Itin to it is better fiotlolixve W. X. Shilling, J. S. given, or to any other person un!t Jr, J. A. Stephens, words to that rS-I b in a prutveding in court or a trial, lvvl and UL" Atlirmtive. H W. should McCuley, J. P. liauacher, UiUnd kierrr, to 13. ILUvrsun. C. bear this date in muid. iti p,.;.U aod as and ordered And court. uu the Nnjatnv, by V. Chaa. A. Nelson, J. Dykins, 1 li. cannot be judfc'e quuetatned for anything you ii. lah, and V. Uidooa. Easign, O. P. llornuan, D. M. Cox, S. IL may A J.xkry Injured. say, or any vote you may give in the decision vasgnoa ia favor of the illatP. O. II dlingreea. Ue Mr. V. S. Shilling was appointed grand jury, relative to any matter legally ive. Mr. McDaniel oputd The three year old ion of Mr. George pending before the jury, noept for a for the affirmative iUi a soul harroa-iu- t Burton met ith an foreman. a beet kketcli of of which any one of you y hug crag, frovruiog ' Saturday, Judge Miner then charged the grand perjury have been guilty in making an accusation over a precipiou, a roje susprodd lie mounte.1 a big Newfoundland dog jury, and this charge is given in full ex- or a and was riding himabvjt th yard of giving testimony to your fellow jurors. therefrom, aod tlacguog irom it, cept some general instructions at the Your attention is alt) directed to all human being. i!aaked his breathlos bis father's ridwu. The canins steed conclusion: classes of offenses under the laws of the audience to iuiagina thousands of feet espied another il.y iu ths street and CHARGE TO G1USD JURY. and b udders and made a dash toward him. The United States, and especially to that below, great ro-kGkntuemm of the Jcrt: The law class of offenses under the statute above that rope slowly parting, strand ix key w as thrown off and had his little arm kh tnle uatd broken U'low the elbow. make it incumbent upon the court to known as the Edmunds and the Edm- by strand ou the rougb Dr. Powers set on to dashed unds-Tucker man before the the its grand jury they retire, obarge Act, denominated as Big- tiaully the broken bones yesterday. The little and the oourt charges you a follows: amy, Polygamy, Uulawful Cohabitatiou, Uie rocks below, lifeless and broken. follow stood the oHration bravely withYou Lave taken an oath that you will Adultery, lneetit and Pornicattoa. And "This man," he said "is the man ho lias out taking eld. if orm. indict-mentina loved ' and lost." Us cited several in this connection it is proper to say to diligently inquire into, and true make, of all public offense against you that all persons concerned in the stances of notable men who had loved Hardi's Henry (Hweqnle the people of this territory, committed commission of any crime, whttber it be and lost, and probably owed their fame or triable within this diittricl of w hich a felony or misdemeanor, and whether to that fact. Mr. Mt Daniel declared his The remains of Henry Harsh, who fell you ehall have legal evidence; and that they directly commit the act themselves, speech to be unprepared, but it was at under a moving freight train and had you will indict no person through malice, constituting the offense, or aid, abet, leaKt full of a quaint, original humor, his head completely severed from his J counsel, command and advixe others hatred or ill w ill, nor leave any to and his points were well conceived and body, were buried Sunday afternoon at 2 through feir, favor or affection, do so, and those alfo who not being carried out. from the residence of the o'clock Mr. or the promise of Lope or reward: but in present at the commission of wb crimo C li. Pah Uvuu Lis spowdi by 2fl3 LiniHiIn avenue. His w ife was not only all your indictments you will statu the or misdemeanor, yet who utlviue, coun- staling that Mr. a M rtnon, the per vices of the truth, the whole truth and nothing but sel, encourage, uid, command and abet a politician but a manipulator, as he hud being we e r. eit.yl ever the the tru'h according to the best of your such others to commit such offense lire tried to influence his jury, the people,' Mormon ehu.e!i 1 then f h"y sreregivetioviT into skill aud understanding. in the priueipal p;icr of guilty ns principals of the offense so aided bv an editorial Comshii-iai, in wiiii-- he the charge of the G A. H for interniei.t. No, these obligations are fully im- ami counseled by them if committed, the tojku. Tin: the Iom G. A. lv. posed upon you, and each of you, by law, and such i.ersons may all bo indieted by K.id thiit each deb.ttor would prob.ibly Tlieiuemb-Mo- f in a body. II irsii was a veteran us well as by your cath; and the law re- you, r.o mi.tWT whether sui?h offense be pivo his owu eeri.iico as a prof of his the civil war. The remains were laid quire! their fulfillment at your hauds. murder, fblnry, larceny, bigamy, un-- argument, and to induce the ingenious of rest in the city cinetery. I instruct you that you should inquire lawful cohabitation, or any nllir crime ' young men on the negative to imike to into all public otfeuses committed or or midome;inor. And all per.-o- :, wl.o, FKVUcles of themselves, which they, A ( 'oiiiintf Coiuu'l t. triable in thin court, within this judi- after full knowledge that a felon v bus however thought umieuessary.iuid would cial district, and t!io3.) oifenso rot u rued been committal, conceal the knowledge not i's Mr. MeDatiiel had done, wrap w ill take Signer Cuiiole!lo',s to this court by tha proper ollbers, and from a m:igislrate or proper hgal tribi-nal- , theui'-elveup in their .irsonulily, but New West Academy, Thanksthe placont well forwiird known this to indictthem would court or harbor and protect t!ie person bring by present ment if the evidence warrant you in so ehargej with the commission theretif, men of history. He said he had ex- giving evening, NoveinlM-- r U7th. Mr. This indictment referred his ia to cite Aamold, the celebrated Norwegian vioto (in are aeee.ories to the crime committed pected doing. oppoiie.il accusation in writing presented by this and are indictable. You may tind o"ea-sio- 'i precedents amongtt notable characters, linist, Master Lmie E'.bel, the boy to enforce theo rules of law as to and quote great authors, and inste i.l ;f pianist, and Mi-- s liiaee Porter, lvrie grand jury to this court, charging some person or p.vsjns with public crime ur polygamous marriages mid other Unite,! that ho had gone uwJy tT somewhere soprano, will aj'pear. 1'he oeeaMon and hanijed a man from a clitf, without promiiK s to be a line wa for l.ivers of offenses, and are founJ by yon on tuiti-mon- y States otTonflos its well territorial of witnesses produce! before you, The use of ilro urii'.a, and at- any evident pangs of conscience. Jlis classic music. or other legal evidence. Tho foreman tempts to hill and murder, ljHom-inarguments were, perhaps, more concise, of tho grand jury may administer oaths thaii any iiiiuie during the too fre iiient, Hiid your ea'efti! ntt"n-tio- uud CITY IN LIHEF. "ou w ill eve. ling. is called to all sm h appearing tj tiny and nilandwitness 1L .Mr. in was second ililverson the the investiga- also investigate c.nefully all thU class jou, John A. Mnyue, of London, England, Ho upolo-j.-ietion of charges for tho purisca of oifen'-el'.g:'.i:ist tho l:iv9 f tho sp.vker for the affirmative. is ut the lli 'joni. ' of an indi"tment, for not having his Fpeei-can re- United States ari.-inpreyou vi'liin this disceive no other evidence than such ai is trict, and see to it that yon leave no pared, is he tool: tho pi icr al short no j J. 1). Walker, of S ilt L lire, was nt the and sworn before such sriiilty pi'rvm unindiettl through tice, llo raid that Mr. rash s nrgu-tue- Broom yesterilay. given by witno.-cmade him think of the time honyou, or such as may bo produced by le- foar. fawr or atf'vtioii, or of any promiCross of thi Probate Court has ft il documentary evid.:ici. Vou should se, or hone therefor; the law ii impera- ored fab!- - of Aesop, of Iho fox who, ' JudgeS ilt li'ike on Ijiu.iness. llo will not in nay cie resolve anv but le- tive and should bo ciiforced io well :is caught in a trap, by his caudal append- goiicio roll. : a today. no in and the evi.lorico bost lo sinv way osoapo death, but by gal evidence, obeyed. To yo;i is largely entruntd tho age, Messrs.' A . T. Lmronce, of Denver, degree to the exclusion of hearsay or lives and property of tho people, us wvll gnawing uJ his tail, which he proceeded You to do, bat sniferod much from hagrin anihC. M. 0. HKKiner, of St. Louis, are aro not bound as their safety. secondary evidence. to hear evidence, for the defendant or An indictment cannot be found with- at the los:;, and setalHiut to console in tho city oil imjMirtan. business. , such as may tend to exculpate him from out the concurrence of tit least twelve by telling all the other foxes that in Tl!sfri:t Attironvn Vri:in the charge made; but it your grand jurors, and when so found it must he luid never known what it was to be tho city ia connertioii with yesterday, all the evidence to comfortable until his was submitted tail and be "True endorsed a weigh and gone Kill," duty signed by the criminal docket in tho District to you carefully, and when you have rea- the foremau of the grand jury. advising them to all gnaw off their tails. Court. Mr. Push was like ihe crafty old fox, son to believe that there is other evidence within your reach that may exwhen he advised HTis better to have The' following telegrams remain unde-ivere- d The District Court. loved and hiA, than never lo have loved at tho Vesteni Union Telegraph plain away tho charge made, or show Tho First District Court, Judge James at all." the chargo is a mistaken one a groundoffice. in this city: 1). L N us, Charley A. Miner presiding, made the following less one, or false and viciously made Mr. I. Gideon made the last speech Potts, Mrs. Harriett Jones. for tho negative, and also apologized for you should in that case order such evi- dispositions yesterday: Thoro was o general change in time dence to be produced before you; Wm. Hewitt et al, vs. tho Union Pacific an unprepared speech, us tho maiv in- on the railroads on Sunday. For in it was and for that purpose you may of make town. to out Ia tending officer Railway company, demurrer overruled, favor of the negative he suoke of Socra- stance, the Salt Lalto mail goes south the requist prosecuting of United and dofendant to pay 5 attorney's fee. tes, whose wife Xantippi made life a at 11:50 instead of (J p. n. as hot otofore. the the district, Wm. Hewitt et a!, vs. Union Pacific Spates district attorney or his assistants, Salt'Lake City was represented in weary burden to him, and his wise puto issue subpeeuas for this purjiose, you Railway company, defendant's motion pil, Plato, who, profiting by his example, Ogden yesterday by Messrs. C. S. denied. in mind that it is at all times bearing never loved at all. He said he thought, Varian, A. U. Lawrence, T. Meyer, L. P. John S. Latham vs. Wm. J. Hill, motion in fact, that sometimes, it was bettor tho guilty offender that you should into Kelly. John A. Marshall and George J. to case dismiss denied. Defendant to dict and not the innocent. You should have loved and lost, than to have loved Lawless. 85 to plaintiffs attorney. first ascertain from the evidence sub- pay and won, giv'ng George Washington M. Teahcn has the contract for tho Lewis Brown et al, vs. Lewis Lopiuer, and Abraham Lincoln us illustrations, mitted, whether or not an offense has dismissed at work on the Boyle block, and plaintiffs costs. paiuting been committed, and next ascertain never have he been who, says, might was also successful in irettinsr tho con In re application of George Wordlaw. what whether there is probable came to their were to had country, they to become a citizen, admitted. Native tract for and paporing the BUBpoct that any particular person or they married their first loves, and set- Rsod Hotel.painting of On tho latter ho was alScotland. tled down prosaically. persons committed such offense; and Wm. J. Fowles vs. Wm. Binnsdell et lowed a 8230 prttferonco over Eastern Mr. McDunicl summed up tho aryou should always tind an indictment when all this evidence before you. taken al, default ontsred and docreo ordered guments for the affirmative with u bidders. short address to tho judges in which he Tho Grow Brothers are successful together and unexplained, would, in 8349.90. Arntson' vs. Toter Arntson, or- denied the authorship ef tho editorial hunters, as was evidenced by a load of your judgment, warrant a conviction by derSophi to show cause. Returnable Nov. atrial jury. You are further instructed imputed to linn. In defense of his argubrought in yesicrday from Lost Hearing Wednesday Nov. 20. ment he quoted Whittier's famous lines game that if a member of the Grand Jury 17,P.1890. Cresk. Tno load consisted of seven H. Dyer vs. D. M. Stewart et al., from knows or has reason to believe thrit a all sad words of doer and one elk. Noouau and Grill Maud Muller, motion of dofendant for to disrehearing or pen, tho saddest aro these, purchased some of the game for Ogdeii public offense, triable within in this a euDplernental answer argued and tougue trict, has been committed, such juror file 'It might have been,"' "That is a chest- palates. taken advisement. under should declare the same to his fellow he said, "But it goes." P. H. vs. D. M. Stewart et al., nut," A Star Without a "Bi;r Head." The tenor solo, "Pilgrim of Love" was jurors and they should thereupon in- motion Dyer of defendant to rile a second finely rendered by Mr. John Burleigh, vestigate the charge made. " has 'one actor who has America answer argued and and You must inquire into the case of all supplemental enthusiastically received with an achieved fame and fortune as a et and granted. ir in the which the gentleman graciously jails, prisons, persons imprisoned P. H. Dyer vs. D. M. Stewart et al., encore, who has not got what is pretty generally reform school, and other places for conanswered. finement of persons charged with crime motion of defendant for a continuance The oration, "Bondaged Ireland" de- known as "tho big head." This is Frank or offenses against the laws in this terri- of case till Saturday, December 13, 1890, livered by P. S. Schoonover showed Daniels, one of the most droll and uncand earnest research considerable tory; and into the copdition and man- granted. vs. D. M. Stewart et al., P. H. but was somewhat disturbed tuous comediaus of this generation, and agement of the Territorial Reform School on motionDyer thought, C. S. of Varian, ordered that and other public prisons within this crowds of people at the dooos who has evincod a genius for plain comof attachment issue for default- by the to obtain seats. district, and into the wilful and corrupt a writ trying edy work of a higher order thauis misconduct in office of public officers, ing witness. Miss Alice B. Callsino and Mr. J. S. in the farce. " "Little Puck," is into all cases of bribery and falsifying Peery gavo Pavarger's piano arrange- the play in . which ho is most inAmicably Adjusted. this within evidence of every description ment of a pot pourri from Faust, known. Mr. Daniels has The suit recently brought by Mrs. R. cluding tho soldier's chorus in tine generally district, and if you find such misconold friends since he not forgotten duct in any officer, as warrants a public Kohn struck prosperity. Ho is as poagainst Louis Satiner was yester- 6tyle. Mrs. C. S. Rogers, a lady with an trial, you. should so find, no matter who lite to his property man as he is to his 6uch person may be. In the investiga- day morning dismissed from Judge clear soprano voice, 6ang "My He does not "kick" for the tion of offenses you should know no one Perrin's court. Tho suit, it will be re- Lady's Bower," by Hope Temple, and manager. best rooms in tho hotels. He does not or encore of set or most enthusiastic answered the person persons, favorably membered, was for the possession of talk about himself in public places. He Wealth, distinction and notes aggregating 82,750, which Satiner of the evening with "The Song That does not unfavorably. hang about newspaper offices influence on the one part, or poverty or had executed and dolivered to the plain- Reached My Heart." nor bore newspaper men with fairy tales want of social standing on the tiff and which, after his about hip talents or bis play. In brief, subsequent asof A Fine Panegyric. the other persons part, ho got from her bv represent Mr. Frank Daniels is a very pleasant, not deter you signment, should charged, he wished to them to his Recently there was a reunion of the sonsiblo littlo gentleman, whose head from a full and careful investigation ing that The suit wasgive a civil proceed- war has not been turned a bit by success. into every criminal act, indictablo by assignee. legislature, of 18G1, of the state ot He has this season surrounded ing, but gave promise of startling dehimself law. of You should under no circumA Indiana. tho house that of member which might win it a place with not only the largest but the best stance show any partiality or favoritism velopments, in the criminal docket. It was, however, legislature, Mr. J. II. Stotzonborg de- farce comedy company in this country. to any man or woman; all violations of settled between amicably parties to livered the address on tho occasion, and Ha has introduced everything new in the law must stand or fall by the same it. Mrs. Kohn withdrew the her complaint, described that historic Puck" new music, songs,dance8 assembly. In "Little rule; in this way only can the law be and tho case was cancelled from the and funny incidents. Mr. Daniels will faithfully and impartially enforced upon docket. referring to deceased officers and mem- bo at the Union Opera House, Thursday, all offenders. You are entitled to free bers he spoke in high praise of the November 20. access at all reasonable times to all pubA Keferee Case. memory of one man whose name is of lic prisons in the district, and have right local for the reason that his set aside a deed filed by wife isinterest, Anniversary Exercises. The suit to to the examination, without charge, of now here visiting her daughter, The first anniversary exercises of tho nil publif! records within this district. James Allen and his wife Martha Allen Mrs. J. N. Kimball. In referring to Gen. You may also, at all reasonable times, vs. Frank Cannon and Florence A. Nel- J. W, Gordon, who was clerk of tho Railroad Department of 1he Y. M. C. A. come into court and ask its adhouse, the orator said: was heard in part yesterday afterof this city will behold in the Baptist son, vice on questions of Y'ou are And where will you find a grander noon, in the law oflico of Mr. church, Wednesday evening, at 7:30. also to the advice, Hiles. Mr. M. A. Kreedon acted Ogden entitled 4s ref- man, with all his faults, than Jonathan W. Gordon? Ho may have been vision- TIib following secret.irics will be present counsel and aid of tho district attorney eree. Mr. Jno. A. Perkins and George of this district, or his deputy or. depu- Marsh and at times erratic and present tho different phases of the appeared for the plaintiffs and ary, sanguine C. A. work. ties and assistants, and they or either Mr. Hiles for the defendants. (and who is not?) but, besides Y. M.Van O'den of them may at all times appear before The case J. and physician, Carnpen, of Rawlins, Wyo.; J. wa3 continued till this morn- being a great lawyer you for the purpose of giving informa- ing. It involves $7,000 worth of real he was a poet, a philosopher, a FoMier, Wildman Murphy, of Salt Lake Citv; J. tion or idvije relative to any matter estate. and better than all, a philanthropist-Ha- d G. Campbell, of poeatello. Judge will speak of the work from the I to select an epitaph for him I cognizable by you, and they, or either of You can always get gfod goods at the wouid furnish the letter of resignation, business man's standpoint. Evorjbody them, may "appear before you and inL B. Orton's. word for word, of his official position as is cordially invited to attend. terrogate wilnesflaa whenever they or lowest prices at i-- lU0. I t I ; jh k .J i 1, XllVEMISER l Of Our Vs.sei'tioiiH is Shown by the following Prices which Wo place before You today mei'cly as g." a "Pointer." Ast-U.tv- Wt dte s r. (irat IaiKrte4 Meltsa Overrats BegaUr Prlw Cat Price Eefalsr Prl Cat Prlc liraw Fiae XdUa Oreresats tiiMt lft.(rt SSti.OO tli.W lieaU lleay freight VMtn Begalar Prirs ffla.00 i;eat Black Chef lot ReyaUr Cat Rrrn!ar Cat (Jeats Hue tat l'rlr tlMM It Clmre Salts best all Waol Cdairrs Salts Cat Plae Wonted Salts. S10 Prlra HJJ.iO Price Prle Cat Prtet Repnlur Price Grats Piae Imparted Worsted Suits (bu Prlra $i$jbO Price tU.W tlUO UliM tl.ftO Prise ti.&o Rr;olar Price Cat Prlre tttW The above are. all Extra Fine Custom Made u,iimis;i, i'ihc muu, i cucci ruiui, in. vjuuui, uduuHirht-clasfact Strictly We make like Reductions in Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Boys and Childrens Cloth- -' s. uain-dicte- l 1 i j g o d s g s him-Ee!- f, . la. Pot-ting- ill LOEB & MYERi II01JIKTOKH OK ii; mi m emu; m. 2110 A. I, BOIIBS, WASHINGTON AVE. Annex, 27(1 25 MmajT Ucfon the Police Jiidc. Wia. Kernef w.ifl arrested K'.mday on a e.harge of disturbing the pei.ee. He was given 8" and eo; ts before. Judge Prerhiiw vesterd.iv. Milru 0'Bnen,;irre'.e l y OlTcir Vorge Suaihiv for p :Ui laree.iy, was lined U yet terAay i;i the police eimrt. I larry H(evens was ;;rreUvl by Oir.eer Slieph. rd Hund::y, aueused of tMrryiiig eoneealeil a deadly weapon. The weapon was a g k.iifo mid rstevensoii had been llourUhiug it. 1 Quite un JirpnncitM'iit. For years the Western Union Tele graph otilee for receiving and delivering ir.i'Ssages has been on Ihe second floor of the Utah National bank block, in front of tho operating rootri. 'i'oilaytlho oHieo wiil bis removed to 402 Twenty fourth streei, or tho room heretofore occupied by the Singer Hewing Machine agent, just east of tho bank. The operating room wiil remain Under this now where it is now. there will bo no stairway to climb in sending lnefsnges. All olliuo work will bo done on the ground lloor. This is metropolitan. Ogden is now a metropolis and tho Western Union gracefully bows to the tins of the times. Ft - - Ogira, Itali. to s new town, where there is almost certain to be a brain. It uf tho order, ho has only to make hun'-.il- f known, wmi, , lit! i tt1:i.al llll llll l.tl'U ill f..l..t We tinet every Pridi.y in tho new Tiioin ii, b.iildini;, Twenty fourth litceet.' .Now let nil hn:i;iliiTie:i. or Those of Kiwi t.f vim ffnmn l.Si'in(. send in their upplienlioiio lo ni!t.er P, 'l IS.irrott or Ir. Cook, ljot.li on V.'ai hiujt ton nvciiue, po Mint we uin in r.ility call ourselves an united bruUiorhtxid. Thanking you in anticipation and aiK'loguing for 1hc valnublu mjmcq 1 have, Yours truly, taken up, ; IIaukv tlU.CTT, Assistant Secretary. for Sul unlay. Tho lirst races at tho new Ogden Driving Park in Higginbothum Lnne' wiil take place next Saturday afternoon. Three good races which will arouse con siderate interest in sporting circle,; nave tieen arranged hy tho inaiiiigomeiit. i no nrsi win lie between Ken Uarr s Mormon lloy and Jobo Warner's Minnie,, mile heats, best three in five. Tho match 10 aside. is for The two horses are the cracks of Ogdeu. A few wagers havo already boon laid on the result ajid in, tho iKitting Mormon Boy has Uhmi the favoriUi. The horse hut a rocord unuor -- :.s, uui vue race, stuco ifio track is new, will probably not coino under' The seciind raco w ill be between Censorship of the Press. Under tho lottery law framed by Con- J. W. drabum's Zip and Charles Coke, J r., for UK) a side, and nn-- : gress and the instructions given by the dor tho same conditions ns Iho first. postmaster general to his subordinates The third contest w ill be a half-mil- e It, has not vet. hfltm throughout the country, there is sorious dash for runners. tilled from indications, three danger of encroachments on tho liberty local up but, bang tails will face the starter. or tho press that should be rebuked and Some rare spot is expected at tho moo,tf opposed by tho newspapers of the , iuc apw nose lompaiiy. country without regard to party lines. These postmasters are instructed to The new hoRo company was orgaouedv net as censors and insooct all socond-clus- s last night. Chief Rhodes, upon his en- -' matter, and whenever ibo postmaster finds, w hat lie considers unlawful trance into office, recognized the neces- -' ......... matter, or oven suspects that articles nre Qltv Ti tr n DnniiMln of that character, ho is authorized lo has linen mainlv instniitionfril m tnrmimr suppress the publication aud refuse it it. Tho young men who desired to become members met last night in tho 's passage through the mails. room of the City Hall and fully This dangerous innovation is claimed under the specious pretext of suppressing formed the odmpiiny with th following; lottery advertisements, and so far the membership: S. M..Prehhawv C. W.t Orton, J.; public seems -to aonmese without a pro Prost, E. D. fJoodrich, L. test ngainst- this new assumption of i.'t wiuurei, ir. u. v.iieiiii, j,. r fiiusiliuu. power. If this step meets with popular W. E. WiNiams. P. U. Oreen a. tf.. favor then tue nret move will be to ex Hilton and C. R Ankor. Mr Orton was,, s Mr. w. u. uroen,amine matter, breaking the eiecteu Mr. (ioodrich, treasurer; seals of letters in search of contraband .secretary and . i i, publications or writings. If that be foreman. we forwill then accomplished rapidly No president was elected. The tnem&' get tho Louisiana State Ljttery in the lulro 1m Vind a purloin mri l.,mqn l..ii.v multitude of grounds npoi which theso mind the for and deeired cousors first' of us position can act press postmasters to learn whether he will accept the and people. Lexington (Ky.) honor. They will moot again tonight to) Nov. 5. perfect the organization. They desire To Resident Englishmen. to mako their company the crack comof the territory. Their team will Editor of The Commercial: A day pany be a speed team as well as a lire team. or two ngo, there appeared in your col- They propose to practice diligently and umns a roport of tho banquet given by fit themseves to run in prize contests. the Sons of 8t George, and with your Their hose carriage Is to be a nicely balanced cart, light enough wit h its kind permission, I should like to point 4.V) feetbicycle of hose, to be drawn easily by out a few of the advantages to be derived one man. The members of the new hook com by Englishmen belonging to such an asRocifit ion pany will meet for organization Wedncs- In tho first place, it is equiv&lent to day night an assurance society, in a see, ns it A Baby's Funeral. pavs to every sick member a weekly sum of '7 and provides a medical man free of The funeral of Herbert 1). Tattle, fcur charge. At the death of a member, his mouths old, the son of Mr. S. Tnttle, wife or friends, ns the caso may be, receive the sum of ?10O, and at the death lK)k place yesterday afternoon from street, of his wife, provided ho has one, he gets the residence, 1000 Twenty-fiftllev. J. McClain officiated. Tho inter- -' 30. Those inducements should lie suffi- luent was iu Mountain View cemetery. cient to cause any Englishman to join For Wstn rhuiice. ,i us, but apart from theso benefits tho society is a bond of union between nil Martin and Joseph Valley were James Englishmen nnd helps a man iu every arrested yesterday on a charge of disIf, for instance, he is out of emway. the peace. Oiliows Daveuporv ployment there uren great many to look turbing hiiu up another situation instead of hav- and Smith made the arrest. Tho two ing oiily himself to rely on. And in case men claim that they were engaged in a of need every brother isonly too willing friendly wrestling evont. The policeto give him a helping hand, or if he goes men thought they were fighting. 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