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(MiDKN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THE FIGBT IS X0 It is ON. Shall be Iluilt. THE CONTRACT TO BE LET. A Z. C. M. I. LVtmaiBdthl'niiritr Balldiux Comuiitu th Trusted Approved and Took Ifctkive Attioa. Tbres very important ere taken last night toward punhicg Utah I'niver-ait- y to oompletioo and success. The tret m the promulgation of an address to the people (4 Ogden by ths building committee nio.-lat LL citiieG' meeting, which convened kt the Methodist chuMi Ut night The aeoocd the official adoption by the board of university trustees of a series of resolutions lay Ids out plana fur immediate action in pushing the enter These resolutions approve the prise. ih citizens' building committee. The third step waa the appointment of Rev. J. Wesley Hill as aulicitor for the university. He will enter upon bis duties within two weeks. All this has the stamp of action and ring of business about it that will soon begin to show results. That university csn be built this year, and school proceed in it before January 1, 1H2. The tight is on. Let it be white hot Here is the address, followed by the resolu tions: An Address to Ogden People. To the People of Ogden and Those Interested: We have been appointed a building eommittee for the Utah Uni versity, at a meeting of the business men of the city of Ogden. While this building is to be conducted, when completed, under the management of the Methodist Church, the meeting of business men has been irrespective of religious opinions. Salt Lake City has made a proposition to those in authority in this matter, looking to the building of the Methodist reUniversity for the gion, at that city, and in their proposition, say they will pay off any debt that may exist at Ogden, and hold harmless the credit of the Methodist Church. Bishop Andrews, of the national board of Methodist biBhops, representing that board in the affairs of Utah, has temporarily declined the proposition from Salt Lake City, pending a reasonable time in which to build the Universi ty ut ' Ogdem " The Meteodist church in Utah Is small and the Utah University will cost so much as to be entirely beyond its reach, and while its members in this territory are now few, the Methodist church is the largest protestant church in the United States, and thousands of them will become citizens of Utah in the near future; and the city at which this University is located, will be the nucleus around which they will settle, as a factor in the growth of Ogden, it is of great importance. The students alone, that in years to come, will attend this institute with their families visiting Ogden, will pay out, annually, large sums of money in our city. But above and beyond all other considerations, is the paramount question shall Ogden permit a great institution, located in its midst, to be removed to another city with all the resulting effects of loss of prestige and our public humiliation? Shall we lose the University? Ogden is now on trial, her reputation is involved; and her name must no longer be connected with ineffectual efforts. Inspired with a love of home, and a patriotism for this city, we ask you to share with us in a decisive blow in its behalf. The building and other improvements necessary to the opening of this educawill cost about institution tional $60,000, we have in good subscriptions, about $15,000, the contract will be let at once and the building pushed continuously. Mr. L. B. Adams, president of the Utah National bank, has been selected as treasurer of the building fund, all monies will be paid to him. A careful account will be kept, and vouchers taken for all money paid out W. II. Harvey, Signed: Theo. Rouison, J. D. Gill, Building committee. Inter-Mountai- n ' OFFICIAL RESOLUTIONS. The following resolutions were this this day adopted by the board of trustees, of the Utah University: First The resignation of C. It. Hunk as treasurer was this day received and accepted, and L. B. Adams, cashier of the Utah National Bunk, is hereby appointed in his place, and is constituted and made treasurer of the University. Second -- AH banks in the city are requested and authorized to receive payments of money on subscriptions heretofore made and hereafter made toward the erection of the Uuiversity, and receipt in the nnma of the board of trustees for the same, and settlo with the treasurer, L. B. Adams. Third The treasurer is authorized to receive all monies for the building of the University, and to pay the same out, only on the ordor of the chairman of the auditing committee of this board, and counter-signeby the chairman of of the executive oommittee. Fourth The treasurer is hereby required to publish once a week, in the two morning papers of this city, a state-d Sl'NDAY, JINK 14, 1891. Z. C. M. Z.C.M.I. I. Have a Laige Assortment of Have Elegant Lines of Ladies Gloves, Persian Mulls, Dimities and larasols and Grenadines. lans. of all monies rerei.eJ by him since bis last published report, and a statement of all disbursements made by tun since bis last report, and that said pub lished statement shall l in detail, giv nig the names of persona paying the money, and name of persons to whoa aiooev is t&ij ana what fur. Fifth That Leonard Jr. McMUIen sue and recover from the heirs of S. 11 Fresbaw the title of so much of the uui versitv lands as was vested in the said &. M.rreehaw, during bis life, tor the benefit of the university. bu That liev. T. U. Ilia w requested to turn over to L 11 Adams, treasurer, all subscriptions received by him during bis tinancial agency for the I tan L niversity. Seven That all persons who have heretofore subscribed money toward the construction of the University, pay the same in to L. B. Adams, treasurer, and that a list of such persons ho so subscribed heretofore to the University be published. Eight That the building committee, consistingofW.il. Harvey, Theo. and J. L. Gill, appointed at a meeting of the business men of this city, is satisfactory te this board of trustees and that un it dommittee in connection with A. B. Corey, James Iverson and Rev. J. Wesley Hill, members of this board, are hereby appointed and constituted so executive committee, with full power to conduct all business in connection with the business of said University; they reporting their acts, from time to time, to this board, and being at all times, sub ject to the action of this board. .Ninth That said executive do call for bids at once, for the of said university building and let the contract to such person as, in their judgment, is the lowest responsible bidder, or otherwise proceed with the building. H,-i- llub-ieo- n The plans and specifications of the Utah University are at the oflice of Mr. d'lleincourt the architect The committee will receive bids for the completion of the same, at the oflice of W. H. Harvey, room IS, Opera House Block. The list of suliscriptions heretofore made to me u uin university: $ 100 Snuiin ,t Thomas Denver Place Syndicate, per m. Hinford iHO S. M. Preshaw 100 Co Stephen, Wheeler Tuttle King.... l"0 100 10 10 100 80 100 100 iw 100 100 100 100 II. L. Snyder Ci. (i. Griffith 100 50 .. O. D.Banks C. S. Hollingsworth W. C, Warren J 50 100 Ogden Paint Oil & Glass Co Geo. A. Lowe and employes. Ashby Bros 100 M 100 R. A. Wells J. S. Lewis A Co. 25 2o J. H. Spargo.. Patsev Healv 50 H. W. Shurtliff John Keck 100 - Matson Bros. Rev. Iliff Dr. Condon Swan & Robinson J. A. Stephens & Co Corey Bros. & Co F. J. Kiesel T. A. Perkins Jos. L. Carlson Henry Whetstone C. D. Hayes A. McGregor wm. Moodv Bates II. C. Hartley J. A. McCulloch K.W. Exuni A. H. Nelson Martin &, Bradder Cornelius Osborn, jr HealevJc Patterson iu 1 100 25 25 100 50 25 250 iuu 50 50 R. Garbritt....: N. E. Steele W. S. Read Geo. F.Brown 15 100 25 5 25 25 2o J. It. Crandall D. W. Shilds James N. Kimball Geo. N. Jun T. C. Morris S. Horrock & Son G. F. Milntosh J. C. Prout G. A. Bruce 10 10 25 50 50 JohnCortez T. W. Booth D. Carnahan John ConliBk I). Evans E. Morton A. B. Shepard W. V. Adams J. F. Bauuher 25 25 W. A. IS M John A. Bovis a Hurlbut U. W. Harris V. 10 10 G. A. D'Heuioourt Ralph Ingham A. V. Boretuaa W. L. Buswell Reno A. A.T. Waldrstn Fred Foy John Truuibo W. L. Voung A. . Washburn L C. Tavey V. A. Wallace Tom Blundeo Is 5 W 5 a John D. Fife Zitzmaa John Broom Driver Sons & R. A. Reed 4 Co J femes Iverson J as. Thompson John McGuire Lamoni Grii R.C. Lundv tCo. A. W. Wertz A. J. Ceamberlain Geo. N. Brown l J. W. Murnhv w. M. Chapman R. J. Hill Auth L. B. Crout SlBter F. T. Sanferd James A. Culver it Co. A. C. Emerson lVer C. Larsen J. W. McNutt A. Sadd Carlyle . and Collier in. I'.rown R. A. Strong D. Sons M. O. Johnson A. Hubs H. W. Smith W. Abbott Geo. B. Douglass R. Lee Armstrong J. U Jhapin T. A. Harris F. W. LaFrantz J.A.Stephens W. O. Stanley Jno.R. Broom . .. 10 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 200 100 25 50 50 50 50 25 100 100 15 100 25 100 SO. PoiBttd CoiumrutM by a Young 5 Some Colored Unusf Omlrn iu 5 10 Color Prejudice. 5 25 3 EorroiCoMaicKi-ui.- : "It's no 2 good or bad, intelligent or 5 we don't want them." 25 25 The above remarks were made by the organizers of a German class club in 10 the writer of 10 this city recently this article, who by the way, is about 1 15 quarter Colored, presented himself for 500 membership, after taking the five weeks &U0 course given by Prof. A. P. 100 German 50 Haupt, in coiDpa cy with these self same members, and he did so, after a broad 25 invitation bad been extended to every 2o member of the Haupt class, by one of 25 the movers of this organization. prime 15 If one bad have heard such remarks 35 from a lot of ignorant southern rebels, 10 situated in the distant piny woods and who are still voting fur Andy Jackaon M and secession, it would have been just 10 the expected thing, and comments would 50 have been wholly unnecessary. But 60 from Northerner s who claim te have 20 attained the highest point of educational 15 civilization, culture and refinement, we 15 are compelled to exclaim. 10 on consistency! 200 50 thou art a jewel." We do not bewail 150 our lot, because we have African blood 100 flowing through our veins, but on the other hand we feel as proud of our an80 cestry as if they had been Norman pir100 ates, conquered nations or even emliez-r.lex- l their millions and absconded to 50 moZ) Canada or the l'acilic islands. The and 25 tive which prompted their lordships 50 ladyships to issue such an edict cer10 tainly nuzzles us to our wits' end, unless 20 t hey felt chagrined over the fact that they am mucn aoout werman 100 had not e inferior classmate. 250 as their would-bThe offspring of the 100 should not be oiamed ana cut on rroin -- 5 attaining higher educational qualities 200 tions. because their ancestry were held 100 as chattels for barter and sale, by the 50 noble christian ladies and gentlemen of 50 the United States. And its simply the monster 50 part of 30 of prejudioe that will or would seek to 200 drag or drive to rum young colored peo25 ple who strive to make ladies and gen 25 tlemen of themselves. 20 I IWe would not have it understood by 10 the members of that German club that 10 we wish to engraft ourselves upon it or 100 any other private social circle of this or 100 any other city. We only go where we 100 are invited and where we think we will 100 be cordially entertained; but where pub100 lic education and religion are being 20 trught for the people it does seem for 10 people to act, as the Ogden German club has, is a long and s hydra-heade- Thorburn & THINK 9-r, E. Spauldine Dr. Wheeler THTiStEOES - F. W. Jones D. I). Jones J. F. Crowley M. Biel Kd Men? t, W.tulee K. Williams R. W. Cross B. Malan D. of White diftVr-erenc- J. Stout A. J. Is That Not Too Murk th View WM. IIARCOMBE, Clothier, Hatter & Furnisher! l.s! J. K. Fret well J. K. Pavne Geo. IVAXW "NO SICGEIG 10 , The New Order. The "Knights of the Trail" meet to night at 8 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce rooms in the Opera House Block, to arrage for the organization of the supreme lodge of the world, "Knights of the Trail." Several Salt Lake gentle men, including Gov. Arthus L. Thomas, Hon C. C. Goodwin, CoL Elijah Sells, and Capt T. C. Bailey, are expected to be present 1000 500 IN THE VARIOUS COURTS. 500 500 500 The Business Disposed of Yesterday 500 Was Exceptionally Light. 50 In the first district court there were 25 25 but two orders entered as follows: In the case of Ogden State bank vs. 25 C. E. Mayne, order for judgement J.D.Rowland Reiss Howell Geo- - B. Douglass B. F. Livingston S. J. Burt & Bros J. Brinker James Cassia E.A. McDaniel Moroui hkoru K. A. Cook B. Jambson 100 Geo. F. Brown 100 W. L. Buswell 100 W.J. Jones 100 Percival J. Barratt 100 II. J. Powers 100 G. L. Corey 200 D. E.R.Hawley. John 100 Wm. Binford L L. Davenport W. A. Scudder W. W. Funge. 100 Herman Kalin 100 Thos. Cannon Wm. Farroll H. M. Bond & Co. Fisher Dalrymple Murks. Goldsmith & Co. L. B. Adams W. V. Shilling C. It. Hank'. Fred Mussa H. L. GritVm A. H. Nelson I). H. Peery, jr H. W. Smith Paine & Hurst Geo. L. Corey & Sons J. J. Sullivan Nelson & Fell A.Koch W. P. Jones Thomas Cahoon S. S. Schramm & C. L. Peebles. Browning Bros John Scowcroft & Sons Thomas Lanktree G. G. Griffith John Cortez J. C Arojetroug Prestos Biir Ladies' Shoes, Misses Shoes, Children's Shoes. JOHN WATSON, Manager. d AWKWARD STEP BACKWARD. And we felt aggrieved over the fact the more , when we remembered that every member of that organization belonged to that deceptive and organization known as the Republican party, and a part thereof living from the public crib, brought about directly from the votes of the negroes. This party is forever howling itself hoarse about the treatment of the by the southern democrats; and the reason why they do not treat them worse is because the majority of the members of this great and good party cloven-foote- THE NEGRO'S is in ONLY FRIEND the north and the negro is in the Oh yes, Sambo is a grand good south. fellow when there is a fight on hand and bis vote is needed, but as soon as that is over then he 18 a "dam nigger" until election day again. If a robbery is committed within the Okew Olsen va Thos. Spochman, or city do one did it but a "nigger," and der dismissing appeal for failure to his highness, attended by his entire host docket appeal. of angels, sets about immediately to arrest every man with a black tttm, c&di&ist no cause, under the Judffe Bishop's Court. that if he is not The following business was transacted generalheassumption ought to be, and "runs him guilty before Probate Judge A. C. Bishop. i et, we are in on general principles. In the estate of Thomas Taylor, hear- republicans. And now the colored people ing on petition to terminate life estate of are being appealed to to rally to the supthe widow who is deceased. .Order en- port of the g. o. p. which Bhould be tered granting same. CONSIDERED AS AN INSULT In the estate of Rosalian Mclntyre, Foreigners, negro in Ogden. every by hearing on petition to sell real estate be- no matter what their condition, or their longing to the ward. Order authorizing association, the anarchist, the communthe same and bonds of guardian fixed at the New Orleans ist, the S6.000. or eveD the Celestial, In the case of The People, etc., vs. Mafia, colto the native-bornis preferable Harry Howell, ordered continued. and the ored citizen, very bone and sinew of America. We are taught The Police Record. that God is no respecter of persons, yet The following cases were disposed of in his churches we are accorded such wretched treatment that it drives numby Police Justice Smythe yesterday: doors. In some of Simon Bourdea was fined $5 and costs bers from its sacred the churches where shouting is very loud for disturbing the peace, t ushers (?) A. M. Moore was fined 95 and costs for and long, the gentlemanly take the colored Indies to some secluded drunkenness. by the roughest eleNicholas Kinney was given $5 line and corner, frequented some of them even and of men, ment 11.50 costs for drunkenness. ladies are insulted Joe Brueton paid a fine of $1 and costs drunk, and here thein God's "Sanctum for drunkenness and resisting an officer. by thee toughs Sanctorum;" or the ushers leave them to find seats where they can or may. Coramitteei. Fourth The And so on, ad infinitum, might this go It is requested by the committee of on, but why further? arrangements for Fourth of July that IN OOD WB TRUST. every member of every committee be In conclusion it seems quite advisable Hall in the at the City meeting present to us that more missionary work at home Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. The would be better. Set our own house finance committee is especially urged to aright and then branch out. be present in full. O. O. Howard, jr. Thanking you for your space. Secretary. H. Ii. Cavton. Naylor's $5 shoe for Id hand turn See the New International. at Ashby Bros. "Where Ignorance is Bliss Tis Folly to be Wise." dry goods storo is not supposed to know anything about clothing, not more than a butcher would. It certainly would bo a sad mistake if you would step into a meat market and ask the sturdy manipulator of the cleaver what was the "latest stylo of clothing. He would tell you to go to a clothing store, where people are posted on such things, and find out. Therefor-- , if you want late styles, dependable materials and honest workmanship, go to a reliable clothing store. Let us remind you of our stock. In addition to our stock of exclusive novelties, line materials, beautiful styles in both suits and lone pants, We are offering them, during this gigantic clearing sale at prices lower than was ever named on the same class of goods in Utah. A.iiv person possessed of the least bit of practical wisdom can grasp it at a glance. A. d e WM. HARCOMBE, urn wm mm, iiig, lite, 2473-247- 5 WASHINGTON AVENUE.