|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OUDUX DAILY COMMEKCIALt THURSDAY. CRIMINALS AT URGE. burl -- Xiue TriMmm Escape Frm the Citv Authorities. ARE WANTED ELSEWHERE It Look A ; RAILWAY PnLi' A Co. On Smday fvecic tli" infant cLLU uf Mr. aod Mrs. B. Eriid-u- . TLe itotL ded a Lour er 'i.l. Her ren..i. f!rf I r oa Mocday ftto Awful iLitiei to Girard. K eremcg, Ler her relative rHle, ati With were xxxmjjkJ by Ler husband an J Lis Bictber. Th b&iu hound icterr! the body of the infant n of J. W. MoGicieY yester- A CAR AM Iu day at 10 o'clock in Mouct&in W death wvurrod the evening before. Insafr BEY. SAM SMALL as if th" Jail the Oueot of Inscription i He itorerU Hi Felous. HE1KI Att-w- Fx-ai- FBOM. Lpon the Trusted. Xitflit before last a jail delivery at the city olie6 elation hich at set libwty nice of the most villainous d cutthroat that the city La ever one at in collecting together any time. All of the men were old criminals of the hardest and tous;hst etamp and are wanted elthere. The very fact that oilier cities needed their reeenc-- accounts for their de'rate break for libof erty, and eungesiu tlie real enormity their transifreisiiious against the la at other places. One prominent character among the rest of themitf who may be wanted somewhere for murder was Charles Harwho ris, the sure thing iluu Ham worker It was serving a six months sentence. did not occur to the city jailors that if of they gave the. press the particulars dethe wholesale jail delivery with a scription of the thugs who are now at large that it might aHeist in xneir recapture, to the contrary the efforts of a Commkim ial representative to get at the bottom of the facts was frustrated by the authorities at the city jail. The Commkkcim, is enabled to give a description of one of the escapes the Charles Hull alluded to Hbove. His weight is close to 170 pounds, dark hair and light'tuustaclie, with right glass eye which is a little lower than left eye. Height about live feet seven and a half inches. The meii maJe their escape between 2 aud 3 o'clock in the morning. That there were accomplices who assisted tbera is beyond reasonable doubt, as the prisoners if not supplied w ith tools by some one outsido certainly had succeeded in some arrangement by which they were helped by other parties. They were confined in the upier story of the'jai! and cutting a hole through the Boor let themselves down into the cell immediately below. The cell door hail been unlocked by pomeone, contrary to the usual prison regulations, audit was an easy matter for them to then gain the outside. When questioned by a Commkucjaf. man the ollicinla in charge of the jail preserved the utmost secrecy regnrdiiig the whole affair. suo-rede- e JtKANSOX COMMITTK0 TO JAIL. One Iiisiiinre in Winch the Deception of a Husband Was a Kindness. C. E. Hranson, 0110 of the two Ogden architects who were arrested on a charge of embezzlement, who could not furnish bale was yesterday committed to jail and taken to Salt Lake City in the custody of a United States marshal. On Tuesday night, although under arrest, Branson slept at home instead of in a prison cell and his wife did not know the bad plight her husband was in. The 3tory of this part of the affair reveals the magnanimity both of the husband and of the United States authorities, and can not fail to win the sympathy of a number of people for this unfortunate nrchitect and his grief stricken w ife. On Tuesday evening, although unable to obtain bail, Branson was still hopeful for the morrow, and in order that his wife might be spared the bitterness of a knowledge of his trouble he begged the ollicers to place his house under guard and let him spend the night at home. Two United States marshals escorted him to his residence and Branson entered as though nothing w as' w rong. What happened within can only be surmised. The marshals kept guard throughout the night and by a prearranged plan their prisoner promptly placed himself in their charge again in the morning. Later in the day, when his failure to obtain bail was apparent and he had only a short time longer before his removal to the jail at Salt Lake Bronson Bent for his wife. When told of the affair it was the first knowledge that she The prisoner had of tho trouble. showed much emotion before his departure from the city. Honors for 0?deu. Edward and Fred Tout, the two young men of Ogden, who took the singing prize for a duet rendered by them at t he conference of the Young Men's Improvement Association at Salt Lake City were pupils of Prof. Fischer of this city. Judffe Bishop's Court. The following business was transacted yesterday before Probate Judge A. C. Bishop: The plat of an addition to Hot Springs was tiled nnd approved. In the case of Brainard & Robinson vs. Maron II. Fishner, notive of appeal filed. Mrs. f!. Tjiirtitfoot vs. H. E. Steel et al. judgment for plaintiff and notice of ap peal tiled. In the matter of the adoption of McElhone, preliminary declaration of the parties tiled and a hearing 6et for June 25. Also an order entered for publication to creditors in the same esLu-ell- tate. a Recently, on the appearand of Ilev. Sam W. Small's gaoeral arraignment of of Ut ih University and Uev. the trust J. V. Hill, The Cohmkktial made some comments on his course in issuing that fuluiinaiion. As Mr. Small seems dirous of making the amende honorable, except as to hid personal trouble with Mr. Mill, in the following letr, it is thought to be but fairness to him to print it-- It is of particular interest jubt at this tiuie, and is fully llos-iij- i Hook, Can., May 27, If.' I. You have enEoiTOK Commkki-ialtirely mis xm6trud my actions and utterances in the Uuiversi'y affair, but for these injubtices you may answer to your own sense of uouor and good conscience. This much, however, you ought to permit uie to sav, viz: 1. My wrath led me to hastily make nublication of my feelings over the wrongs done me in this publication. 1 wus misled, by previous statements made to me in confidence by J. Wesley Hill, to reflect upon Messrs. Iliff, Nelson, 1 now, Jayne and Hank, by suggestions upon reflection, know to be as false as most of the things spoken by said Hill. I therefore have written to the board my sincere regrets for uiy haaty action and here reiterate those regrets, with the added assurance that the gentlemen named have my sincerest respect and confidence. I be2. I have not decried Ogdn. lieve in Ogden, her people at large and I have her certain magnificent future. said and shall continue to say that no faith is to be put in the words or actions of J. Wesley Hill and the land sharks he has been serving. Ilospectfully, Saml. W. Small 4, 1891. 5 CIRCLES. ARE YOU Muriiis Interfrre the Travel. ENGINE BROKEN A MONEY MAKER Trail. on the Southern I'arifit Storui Whkh is by Kiyiuy iu XevaJi. A Jl'XE severe etorru is ragin? in Nevada on U the line of the Southern IVcitic, or erven huudred unit Irow vguro. Travel is luterrupleA The tD fast mad w hu h connects with the Overland river at this pUee for the fast, reached here over eight hours lalo, and the officials report that al- Southern m iU gel iurouu all trains thougn storm they will be greatly delayed. lyxihe rocks acd earth are reporiu around in the air near Granite l'oiut, land lint f..rfrniii IliA Gi'rinAnf the Pat-ili- ny-iu- g t One man is report! injured. Particulars of another terrihe storm which intfrfertvl with railroad travel comes iu a telegram from Ohio. A regular hurricane is raging there. An awful btorm of hail etoiies broke fifteen windows in a passenger car on the Wheeling A L ike Erie. The headiight of the engine wes smashed and a hole knocked iu the rouf of the cab. The private car Cleopatra, containing Charles Green, went east over the Bio Grande yesterday. It arrived here from the coast. Private car Margruetta arrived here yesterday from the west and went east over the Uniou Pacific. O. H. Oa bii is in the city the guest of L. of the Union Pacific. J. J. Keller of England aud Frank Parker of Omaha, are two railroad uieu regibtered at the Pacitie hotel. Andrew Johhson, the insane man who was taken from a Union Pacific train a few days ago and put in charge of Slier ill Belnap, is improving and the sheriff has hopes that w i'.h good care and by being kept quiet he may recover. Yesterday at the aunual meeting of Pacific road at Chicago. Rock Island Chicago the old directors were except Sidney Dillon, w ho is succeded by Alexander T. VanNest, The question CITY IN BRIEF. of tho future K)licy of the board was and it was the unanimous Commencement at the New West discussed, of the directors that the earnopinion academy tomorrow. ings should go to the stockholders. Dr. I. L. Meyer has removed to 2331 Washington avenue. To he Tried. A notion sale at 10 a. in. today, at 3.11 George Whitmore, tho Nephi Uinker street. Twenty-fourtwho was recently a fO.lXK) victim of a lleportof the Wahsatch Driving Park gold brick trick, is said to have been inraces on an inside page. dicted by the grand jiwy For late papers and periodicals call on (he fellow who acted as Spaniard iu the Miss Mary E. Cooper, 211.1 Washington. deal to make him, own up. Whitmore confessed the torture in court. riles and rupture absolutely cured by Prof. Henry (J row, Boom 13,2331 Wash' MATCH OF HEAVY WEIGHTS. ington avenue. Hon. F. J. Keisel returned yesterday from a trip to Cache valley where lie has lieorsrc Morrison and Put UcIIujrli Will Spar. extensive property. Mili-itarsome y At hall not yet agreed upon Oi- The graduating exercises of the academy will commence at 2:30 den's heavy weight, Georgo Morrison, Friday afternoon, June 0th. and Pat McIIugh, well known here, will Do not forget that the graduating ex- box a mitten match for points. ercises at the Military academy will comwill George begin to train tomorrow. mence at 2:30 next Friday afternoon. The terms are that the man who makes The Daughters of Rebecca of Ogden the best record at the end of tho match will give a grand ball in Lester Park pa- will take the stake of S300 and seventy-liv- e vilion on Friday night June 12th. ner cent of the cate receipts, the per cent. Have your photographs taken by Wal- second best twenty-fivAs is well known, Morrison is a lively lace & Newcomb, artistic photographers, man to meet nnd puts up his dukes in rooms 25, 20, Bnd 27 Wright's block. McIIllirh has a an eWsmt, manner. Treshaw & Go. have received an ele- strong arm. heavy chest, and isn't slow. gant white funeral car and new stock of So there'll be fun when they open their funeral furnishings. Everything in their mitten matiuee. It takes place June 12. line first-clasRev. G. C. Stul, of the M. E. church Chinese on the War Path. at Blackfoot, Idaho, is in the city attendDknvkk, June 3. The trial of Chin ing the conference here. He expressed Ling and Chin Leo, charged with the himself very much pleased with Ogden brutal murder of Yne Wall, began here and her natural beauties as well as busi- yesterday. The trial has renewed the ness probabilities. hatred between the two Chinese facThose enterprising aud popular cloth- tions of the city, one headed by Chin to ing merchants, Messrs. Loeb & Meyer, Poo and the other by John Taylor will be found talking business in their such an extent that both sides are armthorough business way in this paper. ing and blood may fill the irrigating When they make announcements they ditches of Chinatown before the trouble is settled. The murder was no doubt may be relied upon. the carrying out of au edict from the We do not propose that any Salt Lake tribunal of the highbinders firm shall open a gallery in Ogden and make photos at any lower rate than we Voters Take Notice. can. Therefore, we have decided, until further notice, to make cabinet photos at Registration offices for 2nd and 3rd SI per dozen. H. II. Thomas, 2157 Washcounty precints can be found at room between the ington avenue. Adams Brothers, Grand three city hall for this week hours of 10 a.m. aud 4 p.m. for the Opera House Building. purpose of registering all that have us not been registered also registration yet The Produce Exchange. offices for 1st and 4th precincts can be Business was fair on 'Change yester- found at 2404 Washington avenue "the day although the weather still inter- same hours as above for registering. . F. B. Hl KLlllT, feres with the market. During the past register. County week busiuess at the Brigham branch has been seriously injured by the conPatroDize the new Commercial book stant rains which have prevented straw- bindery, where you can get s berries from being marketed. Eggs are work at Omaha and Lincoln prices. still booming and prices are very firm with no indication of a decline. The demand is far in excess of the supply. Wheat is very quiet now but flour is firm. Deals iu futures were light yesterday owing to the fact that this is delivery week for several heavy deals made in May. The fellows that bought eggs during May for June delivery are happy while sellers are wondering what in thunder is the matter with the hens. The sales yesterday were: 50 cases oranges, 75 cases eggs, 4000 pounds green vegetables, 100 cases strawberries, 10 cases lemons, 2 cars wheat and 1 car oats. slide. : In the estate of G. W. Snyder, order Real Estate Transfers. June 9 for a hearing on sale of in an order the Also Real estate transfers furnished by th property. personal name estate fixing June 13 for a hearing Hendershot Abstract office. 2414 Washon final account. ington avenue for June 3, 1801: W. B. Wedell to L. E. Childberg, lots Lovers of Mnsic. 7 and 8, block G, Terrace The Fifth Ward Institute is the best S'.XX). hall for to hear singing to advantage. F. E, Warren Mercantilo Company to It has a pitched roof, and you enn hear E. Tinsley, lots 5 and G, block F, Lynne every note very distinct. Prof. Nagle is addition; 51,175. he to show the public O. Bradberg to W. Studer, part of working hard means business. All that have not heard blocks, plat A; S1.G50. the professor should hear him. He will W. Studer to J. Bradberg, part of play one of his selections on the piano. block 4, plat A; 82,000. To say that he is an artist would not exO. J. Stilwell to F. J. Hendershot, part in think-his finest We the it. of block 10, Lake View addition; $100. press Utah, and every one should go and hear Total, 1,125. sixteen of him with his lino orchestra local talent Auction sale at 10 a. m. Thursday, nt Some of the best piies. 351 Twenty fourth street. will appear in song. Admission 50c. A.sk the Millionaires of our land to what thoy attribute their success in life. They will readily -- tell you it is to the prompt Seizure of life's Opportunities. This is Your Opportunity, or one of them. Sieze it before it fades forever from your view. "Ve are Overstocked with Spring Clothing and Other Out fittings, and so far are wo from being ashamed of having made a mistake, we want the World to know it. AVe bought too Heavily, expecting an lilarly Spring and good weather. We were disappointed, but we've got the Nerve to stand the' Consequences, and so we Commence Juno 1st, to Slaughter Prices, and let loss run amuck until wre havelieduced the Stock. Nothing Heserved. No article or Garment our house has escaped the Keen and Cutting edge of our Merciless and Impartial Pruning Knife. Everything fit for Man and 33oy to wear. The Highest Productions of both Hemispheres meet and mingle here. The si lent Eloquence of our Prices, Plainly marked in Plain Numerals, leaves no Loophole to escape by, even were we so Inclined. Come in and Examine the linest Line of Tailor-MadClothing, line Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes and Everything Pertaining to Mens' Wearing Apparel. "We Court Comparison, and if you are not Convinced that we can Save you 50 per cent, on your Spring Clothing then we will give up that we know nothing about Clothing. Itottt-nbau- ten-roun- d e e first-clas- li ving WM.HARCOMB 7 j nxrrt ItXTOYS and results when Both the method ia pleasan Syrup of Figs is taken; it and acts the to taste, aud refreshing the on Kidneys, promptly gently yet Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual For sale constipation permanently. in 50c and $1 hottlesby all druggist. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM fRAHCISCO, CAU iOUISVIUS, KY. ' m X 24, v WASHINGTON AVE., ns Old Stand, x OGDEN, UTAH.