|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OfiDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SIWDAY, APRIL 12. 1891. VEHY URGE DAMAGES. Promenade h1 iMBrf. Tw t'.lrJ prvoiaJ e:iOrt aaJ bill fcvrea by Kiel's MX'.ary BnJ asi Orat chestra Uks plats Umiiftov talL Tt other b2 wm eo and cataelury tfaat tin 03 TLe :K MILHMD CIRCLES. -- tbt Chilton AwirJed Nearly Twelve TlionunJ. .i lare attetKiano. one fc'.trWp. Tcm music is a U?te!-- dancw fur the Lnd' uniurm fund, and Bi?r.t the pTrvg of krer of g.xi musjcaLd ihelerpsicljorean art dju;Jw ilidraw The be ui a Ial Northern raritic. Big E. Iifliason Efsi'ims. 1 DETAILS OF THE .MATTER. The Citr Jii!.ioG. of tha Biins. X. 11 Other Court F.niaes of YeterJiy The Oranl and Petit Jaror Were I'rawn. City Minion, with W6hicton iJi lowing work djc oo OTHER RAILROAD at The Mory cf Mr. NOTES. lcnf U' aT-c- " d tl i n rail-wa- liail-roa- - tl ..,rtr w-uxt, d tak-iu- g y Tragic Association, had been tendered the position, but Mr. Flynn is credited with stating positively that he had not heard anything of the matter until the rumor was started. The Sedalia, Warsaw & Southwestern is a of the Sedalia & Warsaw narrow gauge, and it will henceforth be made a standard gauge, and as such operated by the Missouri Pacitic. George J. Gould is the principal man among the incorporates. The Iowa Central was the first trunk line that fully and completely put into effect the joint rate on through shipments as required by the railroad commissioners of that state. aui grounds. Treasurer Huston and E. 11. Nebecker arrived this afternoon from Indianapolis. Nebecker went at once to the executive mansion and subsequently to the tresa-ur- y department. The general understanding is that Nebecker has accepted the position of treasurer. Interstate Decision. Des Moines, April 11. Judge Wakefield, of Lyon county, decided today that the freight originating and ending in the state but which passes out of the state in the course of transit, is to be considered interstate commerce. This is against tbe ruling of the state railroad commissioners, who have regarded such transit as state commerce. The decision is considered important "in railroad circles. Hardware at Cost. and ranges, A large stock of stoves cooking utensils, building hardware, tools, cutlery, etc., etc., must be sold at once. Call and get prices. 2345 Washington avenue. James Carson, Assignee. Baltimore Exchange room, Peery annex, Monday evening, April 13, 1891, at 7:30, to discuss the subject of the mines and mining about Ogden, and to consider the propriety of a Mining Exchange. All iater-ese- d parties invited. By order of the Real Estate Exchange. H. R. Smith, Secretary. Notice. The undertaking business of the late will be continued for the ington avenue. Wash- u New to-'- specia amounteu to fM10,. lnat iKtir;i- April ston N. Y r.rii ii p. - sF.RVUES. TL Irit-f,.,;r!f- CocjfrwKW'-iorji- l MetiOdit Church. ftwrt. c be tf. J. Horj ti.lt, ii.uf.j Juiiia; the a. m. IVeatLicg Cburca. at 11 by -IW-Subject, that Keeps ti lie Heart. Cias meeting at 1J a. ra also Sunday, Aprd by the ilatw meeting at 12 m. Sabbat pastor at 11 o'clock a. in. Sunday general chooi at 2u p. m. Union tuimuy achoolat 12.1 j p. in. Christian Endeavor at C.l't p. m. Theevenitg semce is meetiEg at ZMi p. m. Rer. returnl miasiocary adjourned in favor of a unon miKcary from Dr. Pulton, China, w ill deliver an addreeB upon be held to in the Method ut meticg the m.sssocary quest. Dr. Piiltoa is church. a man of unuual experiecc and great ability, and all ho attend mill be more U ( ujr j(i..aal l, Laar. than repaid for their treaenc. All Sunday school at 2 W p. m. Preach- are invited to attecd thee service. ing by liev. A. J. Badey at T:' p. in. Special tuueic has been provided. j 13; Presbyterian Church. I?,; H'or. 1.1am aJ Twrutj-fmrth- . Km. MtA'aw, t'attur.J at 11 a. m. Sabbath Preaching .t Schoolat 12:31 p. ru.l'uion missionary meeting at 7:30 p. m. at th M. 11 game church. Rev. Albert Fulton, a returned missionary from China, wiMgiveth addrees- - Jiii r.ut G. A. IL, today appointed a committee Church of th Good Shepherd. to investigate the rHnt ituii. Twenty-fourt8. 1'iuvorth. at Lefevre Falls, where several Italians rrtr. (iraat aoj employed at a cement quarry hotated the Morning prayer and sermon 11 a- - m. American flag and riddled it with bul- Evening prayer and sermon, M p.m. let in retaliation for the New Orleans Sunday school 3 p.m. traced r. The I'ktMr The 'Rev. Mr. Gailandet, rector of St. determined, if possible, to bring these Paul's church, Evanston, Wyo will offUiVU IO JUBlll?. iciate morning and evening. tt. fiii.ima t'Larrk. Service in Count v court room every Sunday at 11 au a. m. Sunday school at 10 p. m. Iet all remember that the ennday school is changed to one hour before the sermon. All are cordially invited. Come one, come all. Ed ix Rou tes, l'astor. Murder Eipiated. Wash, April 11. masked men broke into the jail hereForty this morning and shot to death Sohn Ro and John Edwards, mho ar convicted of th murder of Hans Prederickaon and hi wife about a year ago. Th men were confined in th jai! awaiting a new trUd. The murder mas committed for th purpose of obtaining possession of the land on mhick Prederickaon mas living. AUCTION ! Ill consequence of rapidly returning ill health, the entire stock of J. G. EAINE & CO. will bo sold AJT AUCTION to the highest bidders for of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, cash, consist-hipSilverware, Jtc. Commencing Wednesday, April 1st, and continuing from day to day until the entire stock is sold. Fixtures for sale and store room for rent. Every article guaranteed as represented by the auctioneer. Ladies are cordially invited as ut- most decorum will be enforced. Sales daily, lO a. m., 2 p. m. and T p. m. Mr. Dawson of Chicago, an Experienced Jewelry Auctioneer, will have charge of the Sale, at 24S3 "Washington Ave., under Broom Hotel. J week . Or. RAINE & CO. SOUTHING IM THE BOYS! A Caliope Given Away with Each Dollar's Worth of Goods Purchased at the Golden Eagle Clothing House. AND REMEMBER YOU GET WLUE RECEIVED For Every Cent Spent in Our House. LGEB & MYER, PROPRIETORS. tf Export of Specie. New .'nut, April 11. The exoort Luia, The Vetran Stirred I Rosnoi-r- . A Call to Mining: Men. A meeting is called at the Real Estate present at the old stand, 2452t fan st. postponed ou account of rain. Believed to Have Accepted. Washington, April 11. United States S. M. Preshaw 11.-- shing . new-tria- l. i April Cincinnati, Loi April IL Louisville, Columbus, a. PmLADEtrHH. Apr J - taken under advisement. The Royal Ark. Isaac Chilton, administrator, vs. Union The Royal Ark will hold a eocial in Facitic Railway company, defendant O. O. F. hall on next Saturday I. which in serve to the granted thirty days and tile statement on motion for a evening. Committee on arrangement: H. D. Kirk, H. C. Wardleigh, Mrs. Rachel Merchants' National Bank vs. Theo. Weler, Mrs. F. R. Lasher, and Mrs. F. defendant allowed to tile A. Dillingham. Ivobison, amended complaint. THE GRAND JURORS. Another Death. The following named persons were Kate Mrs. of Mearns, a sister-in-ladrawn as grand jurors for the next term of court: George A. Bradshaw, John A. Alexander, who was connected with Garger, A. J. Chamberlain, V. G. Critch-low- , the Southern Pacific in this city, died M. Biel, Dervey Shurtliff, James this morning at 12:25 of consumption. Wilson, jr., The funeral will be held at 228 Twenty-thir- d Skeen, Wra. D. Goodman, Robert Fisher, Lyman Skeen, John street at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Wood, Joseph Manning, E. T. Huliniski, Wm. Bowman, P. M. Paulson, R. S. TWO RUNAWAYS. Barnes, John Saltenberger, Ira Fowler, Wm. Smith, Carl W. Hestmark, John A Boy Severely Hurt and Two Green, W. G. Frazer and Phillip Rank Horses Killed. -- 21. THE PETIT JURORS. One of tbe most remarkable of the The following named petit jurors scrapes of the month were drawn by the marshal, tifty in num- many runaway in which a boy named John was that ber: A. W. Carr, II. D. Peterson, John RanBrown, aged about 12 years, took place dall, C. Crabtree, John Farrell, Charles yesterday. c'ela Baume, C. L. Peebles, W. W. John is driver of a delivery wagon for Child, George G. Griffith, Robert Har- the Chicago Meat Market. He was out Peter M. W. ris, Lowe, Jr., Anderson, with the outfit yesterday near the Ogden George Stetson, John Johnson, James river bridge. The motor came along, England, E. O. Walters, Peter Hallin-greeThomas Ritter, J. B. Shorten, scared the horse and the animal made a Wra. Garland, Thomas Slater, T. M. wild dash up on Washington avenue. Doufflas, Harvey G. Taylor, Robert The boy was trying to hold it by the bit Davis, James Allen, Patrick Martin, and when the horse rushed off at full J. R. Edwards, John Slater, James Rob- speed he clung to the horse's head with inson, John Cowan, W. N. Cleveland, grim courage. The animal carried its Wm. Jenkins, James Williamson, Wm. head high in the air and swung T'roiik, C. H. Bevans, John Derby, Si- the boy along through the air mon Huffaker, Samuel- - Hall, V. H. three feet from the earth and Booth,' Jr., G. J. Wright, Wm. Sewell, in this perilous place the young fellow Lacoumius Barnard, Henry Tyler, E. was carried nearly a block, the course of M. Stewart, Jr., M. Murphy, Peter the flight being through the river. Then Wagpgard, Robert Robinson, W. Y. he was shaken off or let go, and thehorfe Owen, Neils Knudson, James Walker. struck him on the top of the head, probThe venire of grand jurors was made ably with the cork of his iron shoe, returnable at 10 o'clock, May 4. That of slightly fracturing his skull and cutting the ptit jurors at the same hour on an ugly looking scalp wound. The boy was brought down to Hurl-but'- s May 11th. drug store and Dr. Corey looked at the wound. He did not think it Jndgre Bishop's Court. The boy was taken to his In the estate of J. W. Horrocks, de- dangerous. street in a home, at 528 Twenty-Firs- t ceased, hearing on final account and de- carriage. cree granted. Another runaway took place on WashIn the estate of Alena and Ellise Roof, ington avenue yesterday afternoon when minors, the petition ofthe mother for the street waa full of teams. A team, attached to a lumber waggon, started from guardianship granted. near Twenty fourth street, in the afterThe Police Kecord. noon, and indulged in a lone wild to the north. They got F. Austin was fined $23 and 16.70 costs straight-a-wa-all until opposite Tabernacle along right for gambling. Square, when they collided with an elecJ. F. Wilson and Wm. Stevenson were tric wire pole and the meeting was so vieach given ten days in jail for drunken- olent as to kill both horses and smash ness. the front end of the wagon. The team E. A. Stahn was artested near Five belonged to a son of George W. Larkins, who resides out toward Hot Springs. Points for drunkenness. lUv Yesterday" Sr. Lot IS KFLIt.DHs y J-'?- 'i un Eiua-tio- t Bli'veJ to b Withont reports the follast week: FaanJidon in Yirt. Provisto date Miuey ions dajjs'ed f.i Kiilro&d ticket dialed by Supt. Knapp tAl The case entitled 'Isaac Chilton, Amonj the change of the U&ioo PaFamilies cliwd en eiLten. Work inch go into elect on tait0 of Junepb furniabed for twelve men and three cific time cards of the it entire cyst. this morning ar the , bL-ra. Union Iaciac railway com- women. Medical aid rendered to three L ".owing: Oa the IJ.Lo division the fituiima and medicine supplied to the pany, was decided yesterday. It wu value of 9.j0 p. m. for th north is changed to Distributed m groceries $ from the north will brought ta recover damage of t2.lA) gave fifteen meals add twelve lodgings. yJj and the hereafter arriv at i' ii. On th Utah far tbe killing of Shaw in railroad acCentral di vision th i:15 from th south A SPLENDID STORE. cident September 4, 1300, oa the hill and in th morning is changed from between Eureka and I ronton, in Juab th 4.ij train is changed to 1JM. DeW TL H. of Aupiiou Upnin? parting th 9 3lI will hereafter leave at county, Utah. The grade w her the ac9 40 a. m. acd th9:2U will new leave at Wruht 4 Son. cident happened waa 210 feet to the The opening of the aplendid new store "ujO. On th Wyoming division th 5:20 mile. The air brake fail! to work of the W. II. Wright Soca company in from the east will out start until SM (one car had n? hand brake) and the and will hereafter make connection new building took pUc yesterday. ith th Southern Pacitic from the west train attained a velocity of HO wile an the waa a source of proud satiiifac-tioMr. C II. Moormon. general superinhour. The engineer waa untried and in- That this to that excellent and enterprising tendent of th railroad Y. L C A, has competent. There waa also a broken returned from a trip to Pocatello. company goes without saying. frog in a switch at the foot of the grade, A. G. Hart, th road master of th is solid Their of one most the building where the train jumped the track and and is Southern Pacific, has goo out on hi in artistic fact Id the it city. became a total wreck. The engine and division for a day or two of inspection. tender remained oa the track and ran now the most attractive mercantile The Rio Grande are making better about a mile beyond the scene of the house here by odds. time with their west bound trains. wreck before they were stopped by reaMessrs. Wright occupy the entire General Superintendent Brancroft of son of an ascending grade, the engineer tioor and will use the basement the Union Pacific will return from the first and fireman being still in the cab. Shaw's body was found about 150 feet with their large and varied 6tock. Be- North this morning. fore entering this metropolitan empoThomas Orchard, chief clerk of from the wreck upon a high embankmail service, has returned from his ment beside one of the car trucks. The rium the visitor is attracted by the rich train consisted of an engine, eight freight and elegant w indow displays. There is trip to the northwest and leaves Ogden cars loaded with ore, aud a pasaenger an entrance on each side of the stairway. today for Cheyenne. coach. The rear brakeman whea he Outside of each entrance is a splendid Many well known telegraphers ar exdisplay window. discovered thai, the train was unmanageto be in pected today from all In the one on the south side is exhib- over the various Ogden able, crawled back over three cars, and roads centering here to men's ited shoes and boots, succeeded in uncoupling the coach, furnishings. Httend the meeting of the Brotherhood. which he managed to stop just before it In the mulst oi this scene was a fine There are two rival orders of telegraph Mr. W. of II. Wright, operators, the other the Order of retched the fatal frog. crayon portrait On behalf of the plaintitT, Messrs. founder of the house. On the north Telegraphers is the oldest. A promKvans & liogera ind A. ti. Horn, attor- side w indow waa rich with silks, drets inent otlicial of the latter was seen by the neys of this city, brought Btiit in the goods and dry goods generally. yesterday in regard to the These windows supply the key to the reportreporter district court to recover duiuagiw that the two orders would shortly of flVK to the amount The arrangement of the store within. En- consolidate who said he had no hesiside on himnorth one finds the was case fought strongly by the tering a beautiful and tancy in saying that such an event will spacious store occur iu a little while. principal attorney of the railroad self in HIS A feet deep. grand mirror company, P. L. Williams of Halt Lake room, G. B. OlitT. an ex train dispatcher of City. After a trial lasting two days the meets the eye on the left and counters the Union Pacitic at Pocatello, has recaw was submitted to the jury which and shelves of polished and varnished turned from a trip to Chicago and elseafter deliberating half an hour, brought oak are seen ou either side. where in the eawt and has now entered First in front on the right is the silk the in a verdict for the plaintitT in the sum employ of the Union Pacific. goods; of $11,91', the second largest tlnmuge department; next the tine Ore The summer Burlington road is going to Boulthen damasks ginghams, goods, verdict ever rendered in this territory. The attorneys for the plaintitT are and linens, all systematically arranged. der. Facts regarding this line are bebut it can be stated on certainly entitled to congratulations for The clonk department is in the rear on ing kept quiet, that the Burlington and Miswinning so high a verdict for their this side. All these departments are authority client against such skillful opposing very full nnd attractive. On the other souri River has deeided to build to Boulside are the button, notion and der, and furthermore, that the road will counsel. trimming departments, also extensive. be oonstructed and trains running to One can pass to the other side while Boulder by July 1. District Court. This road has long had its eye on ic the store and here sees large departwas a lively day in the First Yesterday hats, caps and men's Boulder, and it has only been a question District court. Besides the conclusion ments of shoes,Each furnishings. department is pre- of time before it should get there. The of the important case above t'e?cnl ed sided over by a clerk. The stock is sim- Burlington has a t ratlin arrangement the drawing of petit and grand jurors ply immense, worthy of a large city. It with the Union Pacitic which prevents it from buindtng into the latter's territooU place. The following disjxraitions is artistically arranged. matin Each clerk has a traveling basket at tory, but that doesn't prevent it from bil8. li. Doy et al. vs. Catherine L. his hand by which he sends purchases acquiring a line already constructed. The men who are backing this scheme orde for decree by consent. and cash 1 3 the bos high up in the rear 7an, Vohn lledderman vs. Kobert Kobinson to be wrapped or to have change made are all Burlington and Missoure men, but their names are all withheld for the , plaintiff allowed to amend judgby nimble cashiers there. Last night the store was lighted up present. demurwith both electricity and gas, which The report that General Passenger frer toII. Barrett vs. J. T. Xoonon,costs and made the elegant furnishings show off Agent Bennett, of the Kio Grande, had complaint overruled; to tine advantage. ten days to answer. resigned, is disbelieved by many of the E. B. Graham vs. M.iry E. Graham, During the evening Prof. Nagle'sband employes of that road. was present and discoursed choice music decree of divorce granted. A three cornered fight has been pend-inThe People vs. Thomas McGallon et for the gratification of the many people it 's said, in which Bennett and el., demurrer overruled. Exception. who went to admire the Btjre ana stock Superintendent Wei by have been and to buy. Same order in both cases. part, with Aaditor Geddes as ocThe opening was an aunpicious event casional John A. Boyle et al. vs. John Burton, participant. in Ogden and Messrs. Wright received dismissed at plaintiff's costs. A rumor has spread in Denver that Fred Turner vs. Siduey Stevens, mo- many merited cangratulations yesterday. P. J. Flynn, of the Colorado and Utah tion for new trial argued, submitted and subi-rilie- Color line Turfcth Dram n. Nrw Oku-- , y, A; T. Ui- - de-tiocrau spec.ai f r a. V; a s the murt rsgorou pfotu .' ULaae by a KUBlber Of Yik mMMiTg eit.,ej a short i.ii!it ti, tiaeao11 ouk-rt-i p.Ltn.er.t of j Jao.ee Al, p. t m aster, hm eomaineioe Wifw, t. reeved. A lueenc of Wj.rg c was held to outsider a letter fr.utins ioiernor Sua, who wro that ll.ii d;red to cotfer ith tbe and the mayor was re.) uetted to m Sume end Mdtwvor to obta n H.ii reigaation of the u3iue. 5 ;N0. 2410 WASHINGTON AVENUE.