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- .I OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY. FEBRI ARY 27. TOIK LEGAL SLas Jocn wg with grkekms Her Cazi4b m a ejus alahi ua'jepii'jo -- ITAH kptra-:k- . TATE DESOCSiT," ati she ws ir Company arrived at noon today from Helena where it had the most prosperous opera season ever known there. The sales in Butte are phenomenally" large and insure va3t crowds each time the famous Cantatrice appears. The company supporting her numbers one hundred people, and no other organization iu America can present Wagnor operas. Seven ears completely filled with the georgeou3 trappings' of Taunhauser, Huguenots, Lohengrin, etc., were attached to the Juch special train. The absurd report sent broadcast from a email northwestern town are sufficiently refuted when it is known that all the salaries of this immense company are paid and the management hns netted a handsome profit from the Wagner operas which invariably pack the opera houses. Tonigkt Taunhausen was presented and railed That it tLe Same of the Yru- IWur the tnaia atd lud cheered tare. ilr the sn.Md and third act. Hod tuobdt. who m at Lis best in Wagaer, as Mr. J. if. d, havis creJ fM rery fir-- in Tauktauaa, Mtsestm. Vetta km dt the DttuiK-ra- t j.'.kr t, mhkh Las Clarke, ICaihjMsa, etc. rre all otir?Jy brra U for ae titue under tue jra-lysi- s tnii-act in tl..r rcepectae roT. uf the awrtie. Las issued a pruepectss explaining Lis purport w We all rar;BL that as brtaeea the folio s: Hsrmg punhkfinl the plant i the fellow wbo works "by riu and start' Ifcwuoerat, I desire t-- aeooiinee and the mho plods aiuc and keeps Ogdea that on Hobday, March 2d, I will miu at it steadily, tie plodder gets there the first number of the Utah State fellow aiay Democrat, as aa afutnwtoa paper, deevery time. The create an occasional impress Via, but the voted the advancement of the uitcfasts results of bis fitful labors are dj patwi of Ogden, the future State of Utah, and in the interval. the Democratic party therein; aim the The occasional display of tire or ki dusBenunatioa of telegraphic and local obly serves the purpose of preventing news. his being forgotten altogether-- , while the For the State Democrat I make no man who works and keep working con- f ttleome announcement, aumply promt-inthat I shall endeavor to preeent to stantly improves his prospects. So it is with advertising. It is the the peopleluf Ogdea a newsy, readable Whatever of ability and experepeated "ad" and the sustained effort paper. that telL We don't mean the "ad" that rience I aaay possess wul L given to is never changed, but the one that is this end. ever changing, bat never otnitted! With this announcement, I solicit a The wise advertiser keeps ever before portion of the patronage of the buataeas the people to whom be desires to sell his atea and citizens of Ogden aad Weber wares. When you want to quit doing county. business atop advertising, or advertise The job printing department ally only "oooe la a while." equipped to meet au demands foe first class work, and ia now ready for boat- EELATITETO A BUSIXESS COLLEGE A drertising eon tracts will be made and subscriptions received at the office A Chance to Get Another Good in the basement of tba First National for Ostfen. ' . Bank building. Prof. J. A. Smith, of Wahoo, Neb., Sherman. who waa here recently looking tor a location for a 1 business college, write as Harper's Weekly: No figure ia late follows ' to the editor of The Com- years had become more familiar in Xew York than that of General Sherman. mercial: "Found a splendid field for a business The simplicity, candor and childlikeness college at Pueblo, and was strongly of his nature, his manly cordiality of urged to locate there, but I must say manner, his ready sympathy and lively that I am very favorably impressed with career of heroic and the humor, great Ogden. which lay behind all, made "Yesterday I received a letter from achievement near Helena asking me what would in- him a most interesting and memorable personality. His name is indissolubly duce me to locate there. "If I were assured that the people of associated with that of Gen. Grant in ia Ogden would see me through the first the history of the civil war, and there romantic and inspiring story in year without loss I would look no no more farther, as I hare no fears after the first our national annals than that of the sea. year, for I know that as soon as my march to the The general was always welcome, not school waa thoroughly known it would receive a liberal patronage, and that is only because of his great renown and his illustrious services, but because of all I should ask personal charm. The papers have The gentleman's letter has been re- his been full of conversations which recall ferred to the Chamber of Commerce for his happy speeches, the constant flow of consideration and answer. delightful anecdote, the pleasant dalliance of a great nature in repose. Edward Everett, in his oration at the unKlaus Family Lady Orchestra. Will now furnish music for concerts, veiling of the statute of Daniel Webster balls and private partys. Terms reason- in Boston, describes the defender of the constitution on the evening before tha able. For information enquire at delivery of his most famous speech, & Barnes music store, 2M9 Washthe reply to Hayne, and on the , ington avenue, next at its day delivery in the senate. In the evening, says EvMELVILLE HATS, conSFRIX6 STYLES, erett, but in bis most elaborate and summately effective manner, he was oa sale Thursday. Feb. 26th, like one of the boata he loved rocking CO. ATTEBBIRY, D0BS0N and swinging on the gentle lap of the wavea upon the shores. But the next Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills day he waa "a mighty admiral" in Act on a new principle regulating the action on with all his broadliver, stomach and bowels through the sides thundering, his canvas strained nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' and his flags and pennants streaming. Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad Sherman, in his later day, aa we have taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. known him in New York, was the boat Unequaled for men, women, children. easily swinging on the tide, the lightSmallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 ning of battle sheathed and the frowncents Samples free at L A. Walker. ing tier on tier of guns invisible. It is bebapa not too much to aay that the THE REED HOTEL. feeling with which in every company he was greeted was akin to love. It is good to think "of him so, good that the About fr Will ProhablyOpen in Sixty last thought of a man whose name is Days. . honored and cherished by millions The geutlemen who have leased the should he as kindly and gentle as it is and grateful. So he would Reed hotel expect to open it as soon as admiring have had it, and would have asked no they can get the furniture ready for it. sweeter rosemary for remembrance. This furniture is all made to order exSmoke Carpenter's Gath Havana pressly for this house and will match the cigars. colors and finishings of the building. The Reed is going to be tine when open, President O'Connor Talks.1 i a house that will compare well with the T. P. O'Con-no- r, best in Salt Lake Valley, or with those St. Patl, Feb. 2G.-in Omaha or Denver. president of the Irish National league of Great Britain, returned from Americaus From Canada.4 ' the west last evening. He came in at 6 "I was struck while in some parts of o'clock, and was met at the Ryan by a n prominent Great Britain," said a Xew Yorker, "by a number of of(he After dinner St. Paul. citizens n question that was frequently asked me be accompanied thorn to the when I mingled with people who had club and spent the evening. Mr. heard that I was from America. I was O'Connor enjoyed his trip west, although once asked: 'In what part of the Domin he stated that "it was a busy one, and he ion do you reside; Another time a polite was now returning home rather rapidly. inquirer said: 'The Queen's American He will sail from Xew York oa a tier-ma- n are so large that we Lloyd steamer a week from possessions sometimes have to ask a resident there Wednesday. whether he is from Halifax or Quebec "I am hurrying back now," lie said, "in or loronto' or Winnipeg or Van- - answer to a summons to do so wide!) coever. hen i repiieu m one ouse was slow in reaching me. It was sent to that I was from New York, 'Oil then voti New York, then forwarded here to Mr. are a Yankee!' said the inquirer, with a Kelly and sent onto Anaconda, Mont., smile. ' The fact is thnt nianvpeoole where I received it, almost four weeks from the Xew Dominion are to be found after it wr9 written. As soon as I rein Great Britain, and 1 happened to gel; turn I will call a convention of tho into several social sets in which more league; at least that is why. they Canadians than New Yorkers had been sent for me." seen. But I learned one" thing, and that 'Was your trip west on businesf, was. that we, the oatires of the United; to the Irish causer" Mr. O'ConStates, are not the only travelers in Eu- nor was asked. rope who come from Ameriea.X. Y. 'Partially so. I improved all opporSun. tunities I had. I delivered three addresses one at Spokane Falls, one at To Soften the Skin. Seattle and ono at Tacoma." "From what you know about it, since Ladies whose skin is subject ti rough how do you regard the situation ness when exposed to the air may remedy leaving, on the other side?" the difficulty by applying Wisdom's Xot very bright; not very bright. Of Violet Cream. It restores the natural course I am not in a position to state action of the skiu and induces softness very clearly, although I was in direct and elasticity. communication with Mr. Dillon up- to the time of his arrest. There is one ; ; : Announcement. , thing, the liberal cause does not seem to The public is informed that Richey's have been weakened as was claimed. I undertaking parlors are fully equipped don't know to what this is due, but I with a large and select stock of burial suppose the election in Kilkenny had a cases and caskets. A full line of ladies' good deal to do with it. That election gents' and children's robes. All calls helped to show the English people that with the concessions of promptly attended to uay or night. SPECTACLES, SPECTxVCLES, VUZK tSC K THE WTSUT cwet YLvrrniuv. 1lrt Kr lVlraiiiLt and Treatrd Polk t'aMartil -- Tie Rmrd. u To First Djitrkt court a busy as and mad tha fuiloaing uuJ yasterday dispoaitioas: James MaitV Prtt vs. Tta Jarris-Cockli- a Trujit company, appeal d. Oron Short Lisa J. A. Baooo, trustee, exwuUoo stayd tso diva. Richard Thorn ra. Tba Union Pacific vs. Railway eompaoy, oosia. Peor.Ss ra J. dismjasi at Tha Brora, Frank Htever, Frank Doily, da aadanta ordarad to and plead to indtctmscta found. ap-P- ar ait L'nitsd State P. Christiansen, arraigned and plaad guilty to indictment tor adultery. Took till May I, for aentanoa. In ra aoooaata of of tha Ucitad States marahal for Union Pacino Railway company, order approving. Mary A. Sima ra. In ion Pacific Railway compaay, nonsuited owing to lack of jurisdiction of thia oourt. Twenty daya in which to file and aero bill of exception a. L. Zitzman vs. E. C Vanorden et aL, trial to jury, pending. ... The Police Record. John Kelly, who stole several articlee from the Vendome hotel on Wednesday, was beld in the sum of 1230. He will be sent to Salt Lake City thia morning. A man was arrested yesterday, on a telegraphic order from Montana. The officers from that state will be here for him today. T.J. Bellman was arrested early yesterday morning for threatening to shoot his street. He landlady on Twenty-thirtired his gun after he got on the sidewalk and was arrested before he reached the car in which he is porter by Officer Turner. He got 95 and costs. Pat. Mulvaney was in limbo again yesterday. He failed to leave the city as he agreed. d More PolysramLsU. Deputy United States Marshals St John and Chase have each taken a polygamist within the last two days. The men arrested by the first named officers were held in bonds of 1,000, one by Commissioner Goodwin of Logan and one by Commissioner R. W. Cross of Ogden. The man captured by St. John, M. P. Christensen, plead guilty in the- - court and will be sentenced May 1. n, JUDGE PKESHAW'S FUXEEAL. Sunday. The date of Judge Preshaw's funeral has not been fixed, but it will probably take place on ' Sunday. His brother from San Francisco is expected this morning and his daughter from Omaha this afternoon. Mrs. Preshaw wired, on Wednesday morning that she ..would start immediately from Gainesville, Texas, and it is thought that she will . . reach Ogden tomorrow. The details of , the funeral arrangements will be determined by those yet to arrive, including the time of the closing rites and burial. The friends now beat authorized to act in the matter expect that the obsequies will occur on Sunday. The body has been embalmed pending "the delay. The World Enriched. The facilities of the present day for the production of everything that will conduce to the material welfare and comfort of mankind are almost unlimited and when Syrup of Figs was first produced l!ie world was enriched with the only perfect lasative jinown, as it is the only remedy which is truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste and prompt and effectual to cleanse the system gently in the Spring time or, in fact, at any time and the better it is known the more pop- u!ar it becomes.' ' The ?BrfTlS,' Tas TiWnvj; Montr Gom.mekciau Feb.' j Star. 2(T. The Special " ; El-dri- mid-ocea- It Will Probably Take Place ou - H-r- Co J uch Opera Hon. Irish-America- Irish-America- . , l SILVERWARE, oU be ButrucuMv there tbey "Dj .'. i Ivn.." ult ll.. it. as. J it sLwwrd trtl eesi lbeLfjT'Ji ill pvarrr" r ltit -- Wb-a it., itow eiwrtiti tuiu &Sf be LauveJ ary time the arty iaeiy poser drtjw it; hr- is they tii pis oterr seven year. t.-.- tJr-- v fi Pnu.t "We The iat one M lwMr. O'Coimur chatted ( hwuaet!y aUmt anJ nvrepaper eork, both ia Asuerka and Luudue. t "I take a particular ia it because 1 ai ia it genraHv,-sai- d -be. I'm going to start a Kuadav muramg paper in JUiodofi aa sooa as 1 retura, but that's bea stated before. Oh, yea, we Late Sunday papers, but it only a short time since we Uaa to have Sunday moram issues of the daily papers." rf itritJ tau-rtw- A Libel Soft Dt aux, Feb. X-T- he suit for hbel brought by Timothy Harrington against the publisher of the Insuppreasible be-ga- 5otk knbzhu of Pythian. A special meeting of Ogdea Lodge No. 2 will be held this evening ia the dining room of Castle Hall to arrange for the funeral of Bra Preshaw. All members are request! to be present. CW.HwTMABicaC A. W. Bkowx, K. of R. S. All members of Lincoln Div. Uniform are ordered to be present Rank, K. of at the above meeting. l, 1L a S.K.C. WaBDUUCiH, Head the Sunday Commercial scribe now. Sub- Horrible Hanging. Wasbijcctom, Feb. West, colored, wss hanged today for the murder of three members of the Church family on May 14, 1890. The crime was one of the most deliberate and thorough ever committed in this section and everything against the man has been purely circumstantial, yet convicting. West slept until 7:3U this morn at 8:30 o'clock while the ing; death watchers were changing, West secured a small piece of iron concealed in his bed and jabbed himself in the neck. He waa rendered unconscious. Physicians were immediately called in but were unable to restore consciousness up to 2:30 p. m. when he was hanged. His condition had not greatly changed. He was strapped to a board and carried to the scaffold. At 2:33 the trap waa sprung and the rope broke. The murderer was in terrible distress and it took five men to hold him, though he waa manacled. At 2:40 the rope waa strung up again and this time the hangman waa ucoeaafuL At 2:48 West was pronounced dead. Tha hanging and horrible occurrences connected with it created great excitement . 3G.-W- illiam ., AFAIE AJslATIOX. any oc who attempt to do so Let the U&dt are opved to settiemet t sitL be peremptory reeoovwl asd U forfeit TL? Janrtkia City 4r!(iar fell rights they tusy acquire by uUm to the law. Artich of iaforpuratioa er tiled ia I The fader! services over the reaiaims u. county e?r s ytraay of Ue the late Senator Wilson a ere held at Drivifc Pwk and Fair the i lain. Hon House this morale. TL intermect will occur at Saw Hiil .tMuriatkw., Its Leaduartere are at of course. The conferees oa the bill fur the of a court for the settleThe ineurpuratort are W. W. Com, Fred 1. A. G. F41.TLf RobMun, ment of private land claixus made loehard HJU C C. progr today to indicate an H E. King. George HLlry, and A. C Lock silk, all agreement at the next meeting. The senate added aa item to the ktrislatire ut W4r county. The objects of the eurporatiuo is the bill making aa appropriatioa of 44UI to improvement of the breed, training and enable the governor of Utah, the terridevelopment of bortM and other stork, torial secretary and the board of and the preveeUoa of frauds therein. created by tha Edmunds act to rediairk the territory on li e baste of Ak to secure uniformity ia the government of running, trotting, pacing. the last census and apportion its To provide and improve grounds for a The house committee to iavestigato driving park and fair, to hoid racing question of alleged irregularities im nestings and agricultural and other the state constitutions which might affect fairs. Each stockholder holds twenty shares tha congreaaioaal appotttmeat bill reof stock except Messrs. Hill and George ported today. WAKHiNGrea, Feb. 36L Rogers make Uighley wbo hold a:x aad two shares aa individual minority report hohhnz respectively. The officers of the Association will be that the hearing proceeded oa two W. W. Corey, president; Fred J. Ktesel, false assumptioca. First, that if tha A. G. Fell, secretary; state restricts suffrage for a cause otbsr Thea Bobisoe, treasurer. The board of than rebellion or crime, it oiotatae tha directors are Fred J. Kissel, W. W. fourteenth amendment, aad asooad, that Corey, Richard HOI, Kobtnsoa,A. it ia necessary tor some state to violate G. Felt, Thea Robtauo, George Uighley thia amend meet ia order that proper apportionment nay be made. If tha and E. E. King. The capital stock of the corporation ia logie of the majority be followed, of all 5AO.of which 97,400 ia now sub- states constitutions that most flascribed. grantly offensive is Idaho, our little brought into sisterhood by thia conA GamhUnr Debt Paid. gress after long labor and the successful ia performance by the speaker of the London, Feb. 26. Aa interesting opporaUea generally knows aa point arising out of the failure of Lord "counting a quorum." Rogers draws attention to tha Idaho Deerhurst was argued before tha bankprovision forbidding polygamista or Charles ton of Sea ruptcy judge today. from voting. Other states the Field club having threatened to Mormons be cited but the list is already so post Lord Deerhurst at Ascot in 1889, might he saya, aa to suggest aa inquiry in respect of a gambling debt, an ar- long, as to whether the whole country is not rangement was oome to whereby in conof the fourteenth sideration of Beaton ' from rapidly growing weary (fpay ae fcJuiH-tCi:- y om. o Kl, a&iS-rie- et Hot. cota-mksioo-ers repre-eeotaii- aa aie-te- The Northern Pacific. Chicago, Feb. 20. A St Paul dispatch says that it is now positively known that on Monday next the Wisconsin Central will be completely absorbed by the Northern faeilic, which will operate as a mere division of the great system. It is said thia step has been officially coutemplated ever since the old agreement went into effect. abstaining posting his lordship, his claim was admitted for 10,000. A bill for 2,000 a as giren on account and the balance stood over. The trustees, however, rejected tha proof of the balance on the ground that the claim was founded on an illegal consideration. On the other hand it was argued that even assuming that originally the debt had been a gambling debt the fact that Seaton refrained from posting Lord Deerhurst was ample consideration. The judge reserved his dex cision, Sugar is Active. New York, Feb. 20. In the early trading in the stock exchange special ac tivity was developed in western railroad shares and quite material advances mad in several instances. Sugar stocks were aiso active. A reaction came later and at noon tha market waa quiet Many Happr Belarus. London, Feb. 2G.-- Sir Henry Park Carew, of Devonshire, attained his majority today. The tenants on his extsn. sive estate are celebrating tha event in a very joyous manner. The to una baronet remitted the rents which his poorer tenants were unaois to meet. ... Will Stay. The housejthis , OLYMPM,Wash.Feb.26 afternoon considered the report of the committee appointed to investigate the charge of bribery made against Clark by Metcalfe. A resolution offered expelling Metcalfe from the house was defeated. JEWELRY, The Freight Association. KaVsas City, Feb. 26. Ths freight association adjourned today after having settled tha difflcultjr which arose at its last meeting relative to short line rates from trans Misso art-territory to southern points. Tran-Miasou- A , was o,l,R),4i( tine ounces, ana. the. nmount purchased 37,594,373, costing $9,991,840.' The director estimates the gold product of the world for the calendar year was ?U8,490,000, a falling off of $:i,007,000 from the year before, and the silver product of the world was 130,650,. 000 fine ounces, an increase of 7,8"9,475. In view of the statements that a iarge uuuiber of persons have entered, or contemplated entering, the Cherokee outlet contrary to law, the secretary; of the interior today issued a public notice that day. .', "t r' - " ' Order for Gold. ,. New York, Fob. 26. H. Idelbach, Ickleheimer & Co.. have an order for 8600,000 in gold bars for shipment to Europe. Powderly lias Xot Iieslffnod. S lUMo?.-- , Pa., IVb. 20. -- General Master Workman Poivderly denies .tho rumor thnt he has remgued. JUST FOR FUN! MUfcMSrM Npi QCSSH i 1 y For one wdck we' offer our Entire Stock of NATURAL GAS TEMPER SHEARS, SCISSORS and POCKET KNIVES at 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT. To Advertise our Cutlery Department. All gooAs marked in Plain Figures and Twenty per Cent Off. Take a pair of Shears or Scissors home on trial. MILES; STREVELL& ULM'ER. P. S. A Car Load of Quick Meal, New Process, Gasoline ' Stove Just Received- . DIAMONDS. WATCHES, Umbrellas Oaden, Utah. Eyes treated by Experienced Optician for all defects, Free of Charge. : amendment altogether and becoming imbued with the idea that the people of the states should be left to self government without officious outside interference. The majority report, prepared by Caswell, of Vk iaconsin, says that the committee did not deem it necessary to examine the various state institutions, but the constitutions of Mississippi and Mae-s- ac hu setts are clearly within the provisions of the second section of the fourteenth amendment because of their educational and property requirements. Tha majority says it's not for them to discuss the wisdom of ths fourteenth amendment nor to determine in what manner tha number or proportion of inhabitants in any given state who are disfranchised can be ascertained. The sols question delegated to us waa whether the constitution or laws of any stata should maks reduction of its representation br reason of its suffrage restrictiona. Instances are cited above ' which show that ahould pass, so that a thorough investigation might be had. Senator Voorhees, who ia indisposed, left Washington thia morning for Hot. Springs, Ark., to be gone several week. United States Treasurer Houston has again tendered his resignation and thatr it ia very probable it will be accepted. Ill health ia stated to be the reason. Settlement at Hand. SoOTTDAijE, Ph., Feb. 26. A settlement ing value of silver $70,464,645, an in of the coke strike is In sight Secretary crease of four and a half million tine McBride, who arrived ia tow a tonight, ounces over previous year. The silver products of our smelters said that a conference of operators and snd refineries was 64,920,927 ounces. miners will be held on Monday for the The total amount of silver quoted for purpose of abridging the present diffsale to the government during the year iculties. There was no disturbance to- trans-continent- Metcalfe r, Case-ara- f doctors succeeded in rousing him from a comatose condition. Outside the jail all was excitement as there were many negroes who fully believed West innocent. Weak as he was, he made a desperate tight when the sheriffs party entesed the cell. Finally it was decided to administer other .: opiates. Even then he struggled so fearfully that they finally determined to strap him to a board. An ugly fight followed the attempt to bind him mid more opiates were administered until he was finally carried out helpless and half unconscious to the gallows. When the trap was finally sprung the combined weight of the plank and man was too much for the rope and it broke, hurling West to the ground amid groans from the crowd. Weat waa awakened from his stupor bv tha shock, and realizing what had happened struggled fearfully to free himself. Tho groaning, writhing man was picked up by tiie death watch and carried back to the gallows. lhis WTitened the gashes in ins throat and the biOocl . streamed in great jets .from his ni'Ck. His neck Was not broken ard he was allowed to hang thirty-liv- e minutes before he was cut down. vee. t; Another Report. , Washington Notes. Washington, Pa., 26. The execution Washington, Feb. 26. The report of of Wm. Weat in the jail yard at this director of the mint for the calendar the for of murder the three place today members of the Crouch, family, waa an vear of 1390. shows that the fold pro. awful affair. This morning the con- duos of the United States was 1,088,880 demned man, who had secured in some fine ounces, valued at 22, 845,000, an inmanner a sharp piece of iron, plunged it crease of 143,000 over the proceeding several times into his throat. When year. The silver product of our mines found he'was unconscious from the loss approximated $54,500,000 ounces, corresof blood. After several hours work the ponding to $57,225,000, and at the coin- Silver-mounte- d Grold Solid and Line Complete J . O. RAINE Sc2483 COMPANY, Washington Avenue. Spectacles Properly Fitted, a today. Harringtoa declined handling the funds received from the United saying that no one was paid naStaa, tes by a cheek signed by tha treasurer. Dr. Kenny testified as to the amount of money collected ia the United SUtaa and said that Dumber of evicted tenants exceeded twelve thausand, all but nine huadred of whom were paid out of evicted tenants fund. Wl. - . ri '