|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
ri N - 1 TWtiv Ujs alio nars'.ljr irfl , tvfura srtswd cct Sd Ml UIC 4 k A Bio IT Ml. OS I I Tfa; tndted itere U rrfal DN hi tk Met bark, as b M J u suHfc li-r- ti f BATTLE of ttecsi imstsrsrl hrrcUrfufw i kxLl J. A (Htl LLM.E OM SMr. Mt.pjafaars of Aaha A. Du Post, of 4 tL lub CoauBiw tiutte wbu are ia the city and not ansa t hers of the it is proper to here trior rr La BUark Want a go al Ibr Sail Lake i ham-HeMiddle a right. Ik test to for atuctbs Ml dor mo ti Braver vuel mUmimmtkmkm rids! Dtri GkbrtMuly.A r.t dsd ' . ! Tbir rifl j :- fell that tin. .t a.HiU Kn, - "... a 1 of de-pt- suua mver fully six new acd earned off most of it, Uiua making douWa raiirfalL mm ater ro off Iha sharply da- linwx surfaes in thia city, during in ft .:n tin Uiiddl ..f Sunday afternoon to noon yesterday. The canals and ordinary diU-he- s not awquate u wee-tthaaaaaaaaiag l(J nn e oversowed freely, especially from Tam tv fifth to Twenty eicb Ui streets, and yarda and cellars and in some in Ijoiwi . rs:detioe flood ia Muail lake out about Twenty eighth ftreet. The food out that way was irapaaaabis for pedestrians and some resident bad togo around by Adam avenue to get on the bid. The overflow of the canal damaged Hotel busruii-nbut Slightly the lit-eHnd did aome other injur in that bloek The oaseuieut of Mr. Sidney Stevens' bouse van flooded. There was general condemnation of t hi- canal by those having profierty along there and they generally agreed that it should be closed up and abated by the council. Hut the worst damage wlm done by the old tower pipes which got full, and having been cut into on Lineulu avenue in making the new aewer, and plugged up by the workmen with atoi.es, the water backed up and created such pressure aa to cause a break in two or three places ou'Twenty fourth street. The worst of these breaks let a deluge f water into the basement of the whole sale grocery house of Fred J. Kiesel A Co. The aqueous excess poured into that place until it had reached a depth of 'JO inches yesterday morning. The tire engine wrs set to Work to throw out this water, and it took all day to cut down the depth 30 inches. This, perliHpp, would not have been accomplished but the place where the old sewer was plugged up on Lincolu avenue was opened and the plug taken out This iillowed the ecwer to exhaust itself and gave relief in favor of the engine. The basement was stored with sugar, tobacco, hums, spices, and other goods of a perishable nature, und members of the estimated the loss last evening lit tfcoaaHOOO to $8,000. Ab ut ten inches of sewer water also raa into.the cellar of C. 11. (Jreenwell A llrother, several doors east of the Kiesel A-- Co. block, but only a smnll Quantity of straw paper was damaged. The wnter WM ilipperl out with bucket. The weather cleare! up during the middle of the yesterday, but the wind changed to the northwost in the evening :ind brought on a light shower of snow mid rain. The roads were not very bad with all the watery exhibition. The principal streets in the business part of town, however, wore covered with u surface ilressi-.iof sloppy mud. The two rivers also showed up well on account of the heavy supply poured into i hem, and seDt well rilled channels "down to t he sea." -- d H t - 'l , count. r , , tor umiuty, Julia W. Jli.iard County. Julm Ksiirv. dbutia: Piute .xMint;. L. P. James V. Starke: hail Juan Caaafka K. Walton: 8atar euuetv li f J. W. !billip. ' count v, iMt. K. H. t MII.L1S1US IN THE 'ikr sail Lake tollidrs With a Alil. Train itrb Eaxiac Saitoh engine So. 1UM of the I moo l'ax-nre- r Pacific yards? ia a hoodoo. If it isn't crashing iMi aoiuetliiiig v.L.-- it might to be out of ths way, it in causing trouble to the yard master and the en ginet-by being out of form. Veeterday evening the regular train from Halt Lake mhich is due at 9:20. came puffing up through the yarda ou time and with strictly good behavior. No. UKH felt aggressive and as the train wes passing the crossing west of the old Utah Central depot, now occupied by the resident engineer of the I'nion Ia citie, took a rear bunt into the smoker, knocking that plebian car off its trucks. The coach struck the office of the train inspector which u only-fefeet from the track and shoved it from the foundation. Part of the eaves are goue, the sides disfigured, and alto getlier the building looks as though it ot la had sulfered from a severe attai-grippe. There was onlx one person in tlx car at the time, a Mr. Smith, who had his face skinned ami wns badly shaken up by the collision. He is now under the care of the company physician. . Dr. at the The other passengers hud a miraculous ecuie; the smoker is generally well rilled on this trip, but happily the occupants of the traiu last night were gathered in the other coaches. Had the car contained many persons, great loss of life must have ensued. The tender of the switch engine was also derailed and a large force of men wore engaged all day with the aid of a locomotive in clearing the track which was not ready for the passage of trains until late last evening. The car lost both platforms in the accident and as otherwise so badly damaged that it will have to lw sent to the repair shops. u l'ai-ili'-- ( msTiiKT 1HL nor ( ALEX DAB WAS TAKES I P VFTEKDAV. A Kedry of Salt Lake urmui, nahhusL For many aaooaa be Las yearned very yearningly tuatoh I. is pet slugger. Jim U agaiust sou fueuiaa who shall prove ortby of the latter steel Jim has made hash of everyone with pugilistic ambitions about Zioe, aad is generally regarded as the people in tha. somewhat alow guing burg. Mr. Xelley has issued challenge after challenge in the past few months to gentlemen of muscle, but none of them were desirous to meet the redoubtable Jitnmv. Mr. William Header resides in Hutte. Mont, and achieved widespread noto rietjr a (aw months autre by knocking ot;t the oi.iv "Marine." tiei.riTe 1.1 Blanche in a spirited contest. His man agt-r- , Tom Dalton, ha ing beard of Mr. Kelley's desires cime down from his mountain home to this city and asods the following greeting: To Jim Williams: tin behalf of (ieorge Kessler. I hereby challenge you to a L round ghve mutch for a side, (jeeusberry rules, to take place iu within the next fourteen days, the xmtest to be for points. We mean but iuess aad any communication through the Ogden Comm.i:cul will receive prompt attention. To IKl.TON. iSiglied.l Manager for (ieorge Kessler. '!";. t v men are well matched from a physical point of view. They are both in the middle weight class and weigh within a lew imiinds of oach other. Williams is comparatively uuknowu, however. otiiMite o! S.ut Like C:ly. and kos a record to establish. Kessler has made many good tights, in which he has invariably proved wiu.ier. His defeat of LaHlanche at Butte last fall was a big surprise in sporting men and the victory has pluced him on the pedestal with the leading nhtdleweigbta of the country. He is ijuick, with great presence of mind, that served him well in withstanding the famous rushes of the "Marine." ami a careful, nervy lighter. Williams is also agile, with prodigious muscles and a censtitution lot bearing punishment that is wonderful. Many, indeed, consider him tho coming middleweight Og-de- of the west. Then at little doubt that n KaUay will Fin Musira) and Serial lo be Gire. uj-a- TU Peopie ... J L. Xawe,. I f The IV f ir it Joiaa Sbubar i . D- - n indaet-luee- t. "illegal rot jag." pared not gaahw EBandaiaa SuutL.n Pi y " l'nrjiu : . H e term by i Frank lla-arda,- i Oi.r e.il , given by the A.O. U. W. orders of this city this evening promise to be a sedan Tha pleasant hall will did sanenaa. doubtless be tilled with the many friend of this popular brotherhood. Attontiuu f uieuiber is called to the fact that invitations for their friend can be bad by calling at the Equitable Co-ostore aud Walla e. Stone's gr.-erSoiuin A Co. The entertainment is free to all balding invitations. The following is the program for the evening: Opening Ode: Remarks, I). Tborburn, Chairman: Duet. 1e. ture. Sidney Durke. Grand Lecturer; Piano Solo: Address, A. (' Bishop; Bass Soio; Address. Hen H Rich; Vocal Music; Remarks. Hansford Smith; Quartette; Cking Ode. Uaited KUlss ra Tbe V. C. Wright indict BBS MBttor polygamy plead guilty: ana leaiiaxy. The people iv. H. Olaad. ssntaaaad to teneed toau asoatbs in tha penitentiary the penitentiary, hating Wright is the person know a as -- Deli" twoysarsin been Ukeu , . fr mthe reform 'school as unruly. J. J. Sullivan vs. X Tanner, Jr as tion to dismisi ( nited SUtes W P onler for attachment for sitness. with him yesterday. , The People vs C Mever and J M lanpnauuers were brought up ft w.e irii yeeieruav and eight were toMoCoriuKk, indicted for burglary ; plead not guilty : Meyers plead ken back bust evening. guilty, and was sentenced to two years Mile' Nerve and Liver Pilht in the penitentiary. The People vs. II. Ho well, indictment Act on a new principle regulating tha for larceny, plead guilty, and sentenced liver, stomach and txiwels through tha to four months in the Weber county l Hew i UtlltTI lr I'llls si)eelih eure jail. The People vs. Wm. Burns, indict taste, torpid liver, piles. ment for burglary; plead not guilty. luldrac. Unequaled for men, women, A Little (.iri s Death The people vs. M. W. Dillon, indict Smallest, mildest, surest' 50 doses, B for ment not murder, free plead guilty. at ll. A. Walker. Samples The death ef Nelhe Louisa White There was a to large crowd at the t head, daugher of Charles J. Whitehead, see Dillon when he weut out and he was To meet freuuent rails for mining of the tire department took place last locked up in a room to seclude him. blanks, Tiu: Couukrci ai. has printed and D:45 vs. The cause of the Thomas Met iallen. li has on hand for sale the The people night at following Notice death was whooping cough and influ Baker and Frank Lester, arraignment of of location of claim, proof of ene. She was aged 2 years, 1 month Met iallen and Baker. Took statutory labor performed, mining power of attorney to ami 10 days. The date of the funeral time to plead. locate und sell and mining deed. hail not been determined List night. Same parties arraigned on another in diet ment : same disposition. To Soften the Skin. "Drs. Freeman & Hurrows, Salt Lake, C. E. Wheeland vs. A W. MeFarland, w ill have a branch office every for IH0aud defendant Ladies whose skin is subject t roughSaturday judgment against at Broom hotel. Ogden, for the treat interest from Oct. 31, IsUll, at 8 per cent. ness when exposed to the air may remedy of ment of diseases the eye, ear, nose, Sidney Stephen ve. David Rice, mo- the difficulty by applying Wisdom's Vi let ( 'res I throat and lungs. Spectacles accurately tion to quash execution denied. l! tWSMMi M SajassJ C. A. Stalling vs. J. L. Ferrin et al., action of the skin and induces softness fitted, difficult cases solicited. Glass eves inserted." and elasticitv motion for new trial denied. p.. - who took in a Mormon girl at Provo. by not informing her he had a wife aad pretended to marry this girL She sticks to him and sent to the station '" de-to- c'l-lw- : REMOVAL SALE () trv-- : W. H. Wright Sons' Co. & accept the challenge for his protege, as defeat 10 meeting a man of Kcssler's caliber could not bring disgrace. The prospects have created considerable excitement in locul sporting cin-leand Kelley's response will be anxiously awaited. The manager of tho affair, in event it Til MIm Record. takes place, will probably 1m Tom Dalround-uwas The police yesterday ton, tho representative of Kessler, which larger than usual, but there were no is a guarantee of its genninesa. Dalton 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII' ,,:IMHUHIi:!IHIIIIUIIUiltllillitnitlUIIUIIUUHtiltmillllllllMnilllMUIMtlinilHtlMHU!!!!t!!!t! in an handler of athletes, and cases of remarkable interest. Al. Peterson got $1 and costs for abus- takes pride in tho fact that he has never yet ehiperouod a "fako" oxhibitiou. ing his mule. exhibia made Kensler beastly (ieorge DRESSMAKING IXLYE PROMPTLY tion of himself and insulted a young Men's best quality Woonsocket rubber boots, $2.70 per pair. Ho very projierly got $57.70 in tine AT PAINE & HURST'S. lady. and costs and sixty days in jail. Ho is Boy's best quality Woonsocket rubber boots. $2.00 per pair. familiarly known as "Chicago George," and is suspected of having been in simLadies' best quality Woonsocket rubber boots, $1.50 per pair. ilar business before. George Griffiths caught 810 and ex penses as a plain drunk. Also O. J. Dry goods, shoes, hats, clothing and everything else at the O'Connor, Charles Carr and llenoy Marvin each same rate, which is cost, at the got ton days for disturbing the peace on the railroad depot grounds and they BROKE AX ANKLE. i oach got thirty days additional for beat ing an old man down there. A D. Lindsay beat his wife and was lot Yotuiir 16 Mishap That Befell 17, off cheaply with thirty days in jail. WfMML A solitary vag brought up the procesWe will sell for two days onl; Miss Emma Wnllin was walking on sion with ten days. The sale lasts only till March ist, and until then everyMadison avenue, between Twenty-sixtGIBSON INDICTED. on Saturday evenand Twenty-seventBest wash boards, 20 cents, worth X thing goes AT COST FOR CASH. ing, and slipped and fell with such viocents. Derides to His The Stand Trust by lence as to fracture the bone of the left 7x0 mirror. 26 cents, worth 10 cents. Good Record. LADIES' SHOES, of which we carry the largest line in Feather Dusters, 25 cents, worth 15 ankle. Chicago, Feb. 10. Secretary (ieorge cents. She was taken to the home of her the city, are included in the SLAUGHTER SALE. Shoe brush, .'lo cents, worth 00 cents. sister, Mrs. Lund, at the corner of J. Gibson, of the Whisky Trust, has been 35 cents, worth CO cents. Steel hammer, been has and tirst and Madison, Twenty. indicted by the grand jury, and tomorchamber pail, 150 cents, worth compelled to remain there. The bone row, barring his flight, will prob- - 50 Covered cents. Buy while you can save the retailer's profit, and come w as set Dr. Fernlund. by wasto arrested com-iand 25 Leatherette be cents, basket, again ably while the assortment lasts. 40 cents. bail to A Snysrestion. the worth give pelled Two dozen clothes pins, 5 cents. to state addition courts in 820,000 On Thursday afsernoon at .'5 r o'clock bonds already piled federal up At the rate goods are going now the stock will be terribly-brokethe drum corps will parade the streets against him. After the hearing of the NOTIONS. in honor of General Sherman and Ad- evidence presented by the government .'5 papers of good pins for 5 cents. tho up in two weeks- miral Porter. It has been suggested officials regarding alleged 3 papers of safety pins for 5 cents. blow to with that a general city meeting be held plot up I? papers of carpet tacks for 5 cents. t Hie Shufeldt about 1 p. in., which the school children Wo urge you to make early purchases. You can now get a 3 bunches of hair pins for 5 cents. was a unanimous vote may attend and at which there shall be distillery. Thero 25 good slate pencils for 5 cents. appropriate exercises. Such a meeting that an indictment be found against 2 thimbles for 5 cents. silk dress for a little advance on the price of a wool one. could be made very useful and very Gibson and States Attorney Longnecker 1 quire of good writing paper, 5 cents. interesting. spent some hours at his office tonight ar25 good envelopes for 5 centa WHY NOT WEAR SILK? ranging the proper counts on which the be indicted. trust Card of Thanks. secretary may whisky Art Needlework MaterialsMr. and Mrs. J. F. Moody desires to Tho law under which he may be held is 2 dozen skeins imported arasene or in the section of the criminal Wraps, baby cloaks, LACE CURTAINS, hosiery, notions, thank Dr. Jones for his kind attention contained No. 2 chenille, 25 cents. code relating to the possession, manuand skillful treatment of their little facture and guilty knowledge of .'1 skeins fast color wash silk, 5 cents. laces, mens shoes, etc., a very complete line- Must go before 2 intended to be used for the lialls marking cotton, 5 cents. daughter Mary during her illness; the Kest knitting silk per ball, 30 cents. March ist, and cash takes the goods. many kind friends who aided them in injury of any budding or person. 25 per cent, discount on all their distress, and Rev. Frank Barnett, stamped linens. who so kindly condoled them in the hour Governmental Gains. of bereavement. 10. These bargain sales will be continued so The returns far Feb. Makrid, J. F. and Emma Moodv. of the senatorial elections in Spain show every week at the tiiiuiiinMUiiiiiuiiiiiHiiiiHiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiHiiiiM Death From Kidney Disease that the government won 130 out of 100 Is the unfortunate and untimely end- seats. The liberals, who hoped for gains, were bitterly disappointed. ing of thousands of the American people 2302 Washington Avenue, near corner annually. Oregon Kidney Tea is guarTwenty- third street, East Side. anteed to cure all forms of Kidney Read the Sundav Commercial. Sub- troubles. Take it iu time. W, H. VOORHIES, Prop. scribe cow. 2355 p Washington Avenue. 1 old-tim- I JaJrMtSs THL W0IKME3 Tt.NHiHT. Ed- - La Charles E Erankentbalet al vs. strike out acetMBaa Lfu.er. Several Person I aeVr Iagirlaarat lis Fred Turner ra. fttdnr) Stensaans, trial to s jury Arraigaeg aad a Few htm- Pending jar; em pan- R Card is. Charles CM ' ' r le.--! bl O SH t The Pu st District court haadied the B Ouagle va. Johc fer! . ;std registrars the ti this caty. toge her with all oU aokiwrs in tha city, are laaasated to be present at eaMarter t.ngbt for the parauee of taking tua uh reference 1UE to tha death ien. Sherman. To u At Uie lbl. p-s- Thr A24 MAKES TO JIM WILLIAMS. al d w 12(4 Olrt lu the isvisaVctaaS i tb P W THE Gl AVIS to Cuntae lirsL a lassnsc. lU li-- DAILY COMMERCIAL: TTESDAY. FEBR! WRY 17. e tjii::;(!;;u:!mw 9 BARGAIN DAYS Toes Feb. and Removal Sale of 1. 1 frit o it Sons' k h n anti-trus- - Ogden Department Store - SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES, SILVERWARE, W. H. WEIGHT k SONS COMPANY, 2 8 5 5 Washinartoii Avenue. JEWELRY, d Complete Line Solid Grolcl and J. Q. RAINE &2 8 COMPANY, "Washinaton Averm WATC II E Silver-mounte- Lycs treated bv Experienced Optician for all defects, Pre c Spectacles Properly Fitted. -- IS - S, DIAMONDS. CJmbreilas Ogden, Utah. ol v.iia-- : .