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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1851. CITY FIGHT WITH IX EE1EF. ;'.!beisy.found oa an Bright fcci Worm F.r Poicts e Lovelv FrtlLt $.s. ra y. bn rev. to Lis room laJ.' house we-k- Opra . Grand Opera The tiueat and most complete photograph studio ia the west is located in rooms 72, 73, 71 and 75 in the Grand opera house. Call and see us. Adams Bros. . The last chance at the stock of groceries of the Union Mercantile company. We close this week if we have to give the goods away. It will pay you to buy enough to last a year. Notice the announcement in this issue of the People's Store opening which takes place tomorrow. It is one door east of the postoflice, handy for everybody to step in and see. Do you want groceries at your own price? Then call at the Union Mercantile compauy at once as the goods must be sold this week. Big discounts to parties buying large quantities. All persons desiring eewer connections made reasonably, expeditiously and by skillful workman apply to Hob-so- n & Wilkerson. Office under Heed J. 5. Kimball Singled. with Graves & Gibson. hotel About an hour after the W'ertz shootMr. E. Jossop having bought out the ing match Mr. J. N. Kimball left Hurl-but'- s street, "Change Saloon" 257 Twenty-fiftdrug store to walk to his home has relitted it up into a bils and Washington, liard hull, sample room e'c. Choice near Twenty-seventhaving been at the Council meeting. wines, liquors and cigars on hand. The first thing he knew he walked into Messrs. Thompson and Seroggin the two his house in a dazed condition with a popular manipulators will be pleased to cut just over the right eye and a large see thoir many friends at this new rearound the wound. Ha had prob- sort 4"3pbeen unconscious about half an ably THE GLOVE MATCH TONIGHT. hour. Just where he was struck or who delivered the blow he has no idea. His watch was gone and his pockets turned McCue and Cushiny are to Work for out, but as luck would have it he only Poiuts. had about halt a dollar when the attack The glove match between Pat McCue was mtde. , He has a badly discolored eye and a and Charles Gushing, the men who pretty sore forehead, but was not seri- came out of an unsatisfactory tilt at the ously hurt He will be out today or soon attending to business. The bloody Noveltv a few nicrhts aero owuff will Mrs. hia of Uhion face off the at qome agreement, appearance frightened Kimball, but she was cheorful as usual opera house tonight This is a bout for yesterday, and explained her scare with points, for SlOOxeide, and the winner to her usual vivacity. get 75 peroeut of the gate receipts and gloves tjjie lowrzo per cent Attacked a Car. ir Ve used ana the men are to spar II. S. Blancett night policeman , rt'etity five rounds. They have carefully Union Pacific yards, also had a?mitH trained and expect to do square work " but to make sure that there shall be no tmie met Biajand hippodroming A. E. Koch, the stakein whan the thugs were at work other holder, proposes te stick to the money parU of town. He caught a gang of unless the men carry out the contract in then in the act of trying to break into a square manner. The match will open a freight car and would probably have at 0 o'clock. caught the lot but they flashed a light on him and gave his scheme away. He The Bazaar. had a little gun matinee with them, in The Bazaar of tho Ladies' Aid Sowhich four or five shots were fired but probably no one was hurt. It was a ciety of the Methodist church was continued yesterday and was nearly as sucgreat night for thieves to get left. Were they to get a little rope it would cessful as the before. The chicken cause no one in town to weep except dinner was a day very palatable spread and other thieves. many men who have had to endure restaurant fare enjoyed the change decidSymptoms of Crookedness. edly and tried to persuade the ladies to They, Win. M. Turner, of the Merchants' Po- keep "open house" all week. however, decided to close the bazaar lice Patrol, in looking around last night last evening. about 12:30 a. m. in his usual careful manner, noticed that the basement win- OGDEN CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION. dow of the dusky dive on Twenty-thir- d street, just west of Washington, was open. On examination he found a stone- A Very Meritorious Organization Demason's chisel, which had been used in signed to Help the Needy. prying open the window. He went in Cardinal Gibbons eays: "No matter and found the occupants all gone and the household goods packed. Some one what efforts may be made by philanseemed to be aware of this and had thropists and social economists for the planned to go through things but was removal of poverty, we must make up probably scared off by the officer's apour minds that poverty, in one form or proach. another, will always be found among us. The District Court. It is in accordance with the economy of Thomas Cahoon vs, First National divine Providence that men should exBank of Cheyenne et al., order granting ist in unequal conditions in society in execution and order of sale against Og- order to tee exercise of the benevolent den City Railway Co. virtues." An order of the court entered directBelieving this, and having a sincere ing the marshal to bring in defendants desire to do all the good we can, the under indictment now in the peniten- ladies of Ogden City have organized a tiary. society for the wise and economical disIn the case of I. L. Lampman et al., bursement of charity. vs. Iney S. Hobson, demurrer to amended It is our purpose to visit every family complaint overruled and ten days given in the city and ascertain who are worthy to answer. and the special need of each individual. Wm. H. Hamlyn vs. A. C. McKinney, We ask the of our bankers by consent an order referring case to the and busiuess men, and assure them that official stenographer to take testimony their offerings will be thankfully reand report to the court ceived, and most worthily bestowed. We prefer to work in a quiet way and GRAND JURY FINDINGS. The grand jury came into court and let the results testify to the efficiency of our organization. presented six indictments under terriOfficers of the O. C. A.: President, torial laws and one under United States laws. Reported following cases were ig- Mrs. P. H. Emerson; 1st nored: The People vs Peter MeCor-mic- Mrs. Judge Miner; 2d and E. A. Stara. The United Mrs. F. J. Kieael; secretary, Mrs. Joseph A.H.Nelson; States vs. Jane Dee, Jensen and Calin Metzler; treasurer, Mrs. directors. Mesdames Ransford Smith, Runkin. The grand jury made its final report Abe Kuhn, William Wright, H. W. and were discharged subject to the call Smith, A. J.Warren, J. H. Loomis, J. N. Kimball, A. Bigelow, R. P. Hunter, L. C. of the court and the foreman. Richardson, F. A. Linder, M. S. Preshaw. Visiting committee Mesdames G. A. The Police Record. J. S. Boreman, G. A. Bruce, Whelen, e John Clark, Robert King, Morris Katherin Burt, Ad Kuhn, E. M. Allison, and Ed Dempsey were arrested E. A. Lutes. J. W. McNutt, J. E. Gill, J. 0. White, W. L. Maginnis, W. B. Snow, for vagrancy. H. Holmes, Robert Robinson, A. W. J. Frank Hambleton, Jaa. Hart, Wm. Man, L. M. Frank, J. R, Wirtnev, Murray and John Quinn were arrested Hunter, O. II. Peterson, C. A. Eklund. by Officer Shepard for vagrancy. Advisory committee Mayor Turner, Geo. PreBton, Marsh Mason, Wm. Hon. D. H. Peery, Dr. Newton and Adolph Miller were arrested Judge Bishop, Jones, E. M. Allison, Rev. S. Unsworth. for vagrancy. Prof. Nagle's rhilharmonio Orchestra Not an enamel or face bleach, but a true beautifier Wisdom's Iiobertine. and choir at Baptist church May 12. Seats at Peeble's drug store 50 cents. It's famous. s h tirst-clnp- h Six-ounc- e in" JartuUl6 t, Km-k-in- IT DESERVES & cv3-:t- c fc-t- Spruter M a Mtr We have just finished loading a car of Poict pm c5 at it c.ty Ut i..Lt, lw identity uclil Uday. The I liUvI Sua a. tcer Omaha arrived here tL evetiicg As.it ic atatwo. !, Wid ATTENTION k Dil-A- retarued rt ooo-ce!i- A A gebUeman of extensive means aud in the cattle LsiQeee, living in an adj jii.bg 6Ut, ia taking Wg experience! WtJdin?. a Tie Largest in Married, by IL C- - Wardlegh. U. euoituissioter, M-- y 7th, Mr. Robert E. L. Coin V. Igera, auj M.a LV--- j both ot Ogiea. Good Btwiae for sale. Cettrally located acd in a good deep interest ia the project of establinh-ic- g oocdiiioa. NjI ouch capital . k large yards at Og ien. He La healthy required. For particular! address B," beea engaged in the cattle buinefci for box 7U, Ogden. a lor.g time, buyicg frequently aa high Save money by calling at tha cew at 20,000 cattle acd 30.aO sheep in a hardware eture cf llorubv 4 Carman the He haa railroad paid companyear. 2315 Washington avenue. Price still re ies immense sums for freight main lor. He informs The Comxlbcial eeub-Lsmade to b troLg efforts are Hardware at Cost. stock yards at Sail Lake City, but No m the time to get your tin, woodhe deems it much to the interests ol en, iron and other ware at cost Thta the inlermountain country to have the tuck must be sold at once. 351 '.'iih street. yards located at OjJen instead. F. A. Diljjnoh m. He calls attention to the unexcelled railroad faculties offered by Ogdt-- in Harrison Railroad Farts. the way of shipments, both east and fcouth. He weet, north and sai that the EorroaSalt Law Cirr, April 30, --Jl. Commercial: Will you kindly buyers of S.m Francisco, Portlacd, Seattle and the Sound country, and of Poca-tell- insert notice of President Harnaou 'strip Boise and other citir iu the mounrate. Ticket will be eold over the R.o tain country to the north, would have Grand Western at rat one fare (half direct communication with Ogden and rate) for the round eastern points by way of the Centrl issue May 8th and trip. Tieketa will 0th, good returning Pacific and the Utah A Northern, and until and including M iv 11th. that buyers from Omaha, Denver, KanYours trulv. sas City and points farther east would J. IL Bes-net(J. P. A. have a splendid outlet by way of the Uuion Pacific and the Rio Grande WestGeneral Order No. 1. ern and connection?. A cordial invitation is lie says, as an earnest of hip good faith hereby exteud in the matter, that he is widingto invent ed to all civic and aocieties to military even thousor ten, twenty, thirty, forty participate in commemorating the servand dollars in the enterprise. In connection with the etockyaids ices of the dead beroe of the army and when established, there would be also navy of the Kepublic.under the auspice of this ost on Memorial Day, May 30, refrigerator and abbatoir establishments with the probability of a packing house 18'J1. Each society accepting is requested to appoint a mounted assistant in the near future. While the business might not pay the marshal and notify me. E. T. HlXANlMKI, first year or so, it would develop into Marshal of the Day. the largest stock center and traffic in the weet and would also call for extenThe Rev. David Utter will speak on of sive feed vards in the Sunday evening, May 10th, at 8 o'clock It would afford an excellent attheOrand stock. Opera house. Subject, market for hay and grain for the far- "The lieligion of all Sensible Men." All mers, and would also afford a point of are invited. Seats free. supply for the purchase of small herds of cattle and bheep by the farmers for Notice fattening purposes. To iu the interested the dancing public. 0ing to the Capitalists subject will Hnd it much to their advantage to Lyiich Family Com dy company now in look the matter up. paying the Union Opera bouse, the The gentleman who suggested these dances and matinees ct Prof. Mason points is very much interested and is will be discontinued until further notice. H. J. Masow. willing to devote a large amount of capital, and his time and attention to the furtherance of the enterprise. Should this matter be favorably received, additional suggestions and statements will be made. The gentleman desires bis for h'r name with-hel- Hal. u New Store, we propose to have a little circus of our own. The Largest Now Retail are Store! The Largest Business! The Largest Stock of Dry Goods, Mens Fur- nishings and Shoes. t, trans-shipme- and as we have no place to put them until we get into our A tht un- Refrigerators, fr-j- and Talk SUufjr. U-ii- IWMBHTS Put L2. SD;to.Cil, My GrctlrBia Su??eu the Advantage of Ravin? Yards Ret A TL Nxrei to cre; a i:.ua to be ct,4 tt tertviirj efcbrt oi,r A luc he..h, a rcjort, nct:.: farm ku o:v. wo tj ttji I tlocled. to ,' tt tV Jra's IWis. Did YOU liver think these Refrigerators the finest in the world -we can convince you so and we should get a better price for them than our competitors get for the ordinary kind, but we are going to sell these Lower than Theirs. Which would you prefer, the Best at the lowest price, or the Common at the high price? Of course you will say ours. Call and look at them and get our frice, then call on ALL of our competitors before you place your order. to give their Prices and above can be applied the Quality of their to The our lines of GAS and GASOLINE STOVKS and Goods an Investigation? RANGES and also GARDEN HOSE. nt l WE MM 4 II. 227-21- 5 WANT Sods Co. WiLsliiitglon Avenue. YOUR TRADE ffl 1ST IIAVK IT. d Marriage Licenses. County Clerk Lewidge issued one marriage license to Robert E. S. Collier, of Ogden, aud Miss Estella V. Rogers, of Thistle. Judge Dishop's Court. The case of Lorenzo Farr vs. L?e Harris and W. A. Morley was heard and taken under advisement. THE GOLDEN EAGLE LEADS! Red Ridiiiijliood. The Ladies of the Congregational church are preparing the operatta of "Red Ridinghood", which they expect to offer to the public at an early date. THE CARPENTERS' STRIKE. We have the most complete line of Cloth- Chauje in the Situation by the Mechanics. The Carpenters and Joiners' Union A. iu a held the meeting W. O. hall U. last night and decided to hold out for the points they claim. Those points are as folNo lows: 1. Nine hours a day for five days and eight hours on Saturday. Over time to be paid time aud a half and do u bio time for Sunday. 2. Tbat carpenters' helpers be strictly forbidden the use of carpenters' tools, whem employed on buildings, unless hired by the employee as an apprentice for the space of twelve months. It has been reported that the Union has demanded $3.6(1 as wages for the nine-hou- r day. This is not true. The wage question does not enter into the The carpenters present controversy. and joiners leave that to be agreed upon between the contractors and mechanics. Poor Man'9 Chance. Stop buying lots three and four miles from business center paying from $300 to f500 per lot and about S75 per annum cas fare when you can buy lots in Central Sub Division for the same figures only four blocks from business center, corner Twentieth and Jefferson avenue with all modern city improvements on very easy terms. Come and convince yourselves, that you can Fred. V. Dankowske, save money. 73 opera house block A ing, Shoes, Hats, and Furnishings, ever brought to this city and at prices ASTONISHINGLY LOW by buying direct from manufacturers, we are enabled to save our customers the "middle man's" profit. We are agents for the BEST LINES of goods in each and every department. To call is to be convinced. B. A. large invoice of the latest shapes in straw hats, has just arrived and been opened. 's t, k Aain That EntTi'ri! trailers yttwdy rcdy made block. Half fare rate over the Rio Grande Western tomorrow and Saturday. For late papers ard periodicals call on Miss Mary E. Coopt-r- , '$13 Washington. Tee Hio Grande Southern will soon be Then President completed to Rico. Mer will be happy. The Union Mercantile stock of groceries must be cl eed tine week. Goods old at your own prices. Have your photographs taken by Wallace & Newoomb, artistic photographer rooms 25, 20, and 27 Wrihi' block. Dr. Adams is confined to hia room with a relapse cf the la grippe. Dr. Saunders has him in charge and ia looking for favorable results. Here is your chance to buy your supply of groceries for the summer at one half usual price. The Uuion Mercantile company euxk must be closed this Uiia, room 3, tr. p u with a tuild form of Don't fail te see X jlhuu Tery rew developed in hold-ushooting case jeeter-daTb polic looked orar the tittle grouud erly iu J carefully, and found g J siwJ pool of blood ce&rTVecty-fifi- b ad Monroe and fallowed Llood Uias for half a block in tLa direction first taken by tba big leidr of the gang. It it certain, therefore, that Mr. Wert winged one of the thugs, but just bow aereraly can not be knovn until the fellow is caught. The report that one of the lot had been fouad dead ia the mountains was untrue, as ere all rumors that any of them had caught. It appears that Mr. WerU fired three and the thieves fire, as near as shots could be determined and it was thought tbat be got his wound from the second The ball shot tired by his aatsailanta. paaeed through the center of the right wrist above the joint It went between the bones without causing a fracture. It paseed on and cut the rleeh slightly o i the outside of the right thigh, the serious. wound not The attending physician is satisfied that the wrist injury will come out all right too and that no amputation is at all probable. Everybody will be glad to hear that he got off as well as he did. The way he stood up to the thieve shows he has the right kind of spunk and if the villains could get a few more such receptions they would not be so fresh. have had entirely too The hold-upmuch good luck in working Ogden citizens and it 's time they had a change. They '11 get it too if there's any more of this sort of business and they may not be through with this affair yet. th WarU it. gomes at room 3 Opera CiLt.i'. t. rii ill W. B. Wedr 11 is eoEfiued 5. Kimball SIu?ri the S!jlt An Altruist to Bub a r-- J- - Sam l-- house tlu. l The HE DID WINS ONE OF THEM. Attorney m inside ifc'e. Later News of A. W. Wertz Battle With the Thug. SMT.K TALK OF 5 A LOEB & MYER Word to the Ladles of Ogden. Mrs. S. H. Abbott is now permanently located in rooms No. 3 and 4 Wright block and is making dresses to stand wear as well as to look at and at very reasonable prices. If in need of a dress maker give her a call and be convinced. Alter the Negroes. States Marshal has sent deputies to QFTOllla nt lid. unlinn t ,1 mnlra ' n jtroes who obstructed the Indian officers. XI Vl 1 O New Cabinet Officer. May 7. The American Medical Association elected Dr. H. O. Among Mary, of Boston, president. the vice presidents ia Dr. W. E. Tayler, Washington, m OTP k Golti Eagle Clotlf 01 11 Serious ditliculty is anticipated. A PEOPEIETOES 2410 WASHINGTON AVE.