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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THE SUIT DISTRICT FOU NOW DAMAGES I'KXMXti. Almeda Brown Claims Twenty-FivThousand from the Pacific Express Company. Mr 'hc consternation among six in the main factory. CAPITAL George Baker and son, Fred W., were employed in the department at the time. A moment before the explosion the AS IOWA CONCKRJT TAKES ADson became frightened and left the VANTAGE OF THE SITUATION. place. The father was blown to atoms. The body was scattered in every direction. The explosion shattered ,nr large The Representative of the Company quantity of glass in the main building Looks Over the City and on the opposite side of the street. causing COURT. hundred great employes II KAY Y FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, !8J0. e JSWILLING. Pro-nounc- es It Good. THEIR BET PLAN. i fr ThU Suit Who the Killing tVr.islon ol Hit Paujliter Durlujr Carnival WYi-by a Train Belonjj-in- r to th Company. are Appointed to Transact, a Business That May Roach Into the Millions Ileal Estate Transfers Once .More A prominent citizen of Ogden was in Ho;tch a Healthy Figure Salt Lake and learned a City yesterday Th First District Court, J udro James Capital is coming to Ogden. Within a more of little the Creek railroad Deep foltransacted tho . Minor prosulinjj, week one of the most powerful financial scheme which The Commercial, referred companies in the United States has y lowing buninws yesterday: to on that day. defend-.n- t The v. Yager. H:irry r,sjlt' The facile tongues of the Lakers pub- made a declaration that if its plans work a boy 11 years of ne, charged licly talk of the Deep Creek road, which iu a satisfactory way it will run a million or two of dollars into the city in a few ttli incorrigibility. Judge Miner com- is west of the city, but in private they months. mitted him to the reform sehool until he whisper about an entrance to their city Yesterday the New England Loan A from the northeast, directly from the h.i!l rcuoh the sure of 21 years. of great reTrust L'Klsre vs. A. of nearest Grand I on the the Union Pacific to the sources,Co., a corporation minor I). point an here, to Jte agency opened . t ). W.; plaintitT ordered to give secur-;t- Capital over the mountain, by way of managed by Messrs Graves & Gibson, Emigration canon. for costs. at 240(5 Washington avenue. This comThey have suddenly found the moun- pany has Jeannette Rcles vs. the Union Pacific branches in sill lesiding western company; defendant allowed tain an easy and practicable route, not- cities, and its coming to Ogden means to of W. execution !''"teen d ivs stav permit withstanding the convolutions John that it considers this point one of the to tile smd serve statement on mo- - j Young's little road had to make in reach t important centers. new summit. the trial. a ti.m for ing K. D. Sampson, of Des Moines, repre.... W . T O , ..1 , If there is anything iu the world the cLjiin.-ii,i. it. .'i yc", viLoan sind senting the New -- i i! to a jury. Verdict for the plaintitT good peo'k- o of Zion desire more than Trust Company, is inEngland the city. He has anything else il is to be on the main been in the territory about two weeks, of jfKMM. Alineda Brown vs. the Pacihc Express line of some road and not on spurs from spending a large portion of his time in to jury; pending. Ogden. is a guest of The iny; trial '..mpwill Ogden. gentleman Hence this great scheme to have the the Broom. bo familiar to Ogden people It referred to, which, it is claimed, th it a youmr girl. 14 years old, named :j cut-of- f "I am much pleased with Ogden and cau in some on over was run lower way be pushed on westward, its surroundings,' Klia Brown, he remarked last over mountains and desert, to a connec- handsome is a and growing Twenty fifth meet, opposite Captain "It night. Hcltcr's drugstore, on the day the New- j tion with the Central Pacitic on an air- - city, while its location is charming, and Orleans party came in to attend the Car- line west of Salt Lake City. natural resources great. I have been There will bo two or three cold days ' its nival.. toward the mountains and had a up is done. before this Sue was standiug in si crowd about both to see a grand panorsimsi, chance f.ftv feet east of the arch, on the south j and to understand why Ogden's materex-fid' of the street. The tvim, with eneilj ial prospects are good." Cardinal Cihhonson Home Rule. became fright "What do you think of the safety of ' ress wagon attached, New York, Oct. 23. In an interview investments hue standing sit the Union deiHit, and here?" not Inunir secured, dashed eastward with T. P. Gill yesterday at Philadel-- j "That is exactly the point that I came The People of Zion Are Building per Koads as Usual. Agrents Pa- v I-- .. ,, ! A C Fisk to Chas B Morely, lots in Nelson Park; $9,000. Total, $27,381. certain J udge O. W. Powers, chairman of the Liberal Territorial Central Committee, has written another letter tothe Liberal Central Committee of Weber county, in which he stated that the Goodwin "special train, with band and banners, will pass through Ogden about 9:30 a. m., on Monday next on its way to Cache" ' Valley. We hope you will sirrange to have a party of Ogden Liberals go with us. The fare for the round trip to Cache . Valley will be very low, at any rate we will make it satisfactory. We will return to Ogden in the evening, resuming there about 7:30." Major Breeden and the central committee desire that the Liberals shall prepare to meet the 9:30 a. m. train in force at the station, give Judge Goodwin a rousing welcome, and also that a party of about fifty Liberals join the excursion to Cache Valley. The local committee is also desirous of having a very lively rally on Monday evening, when the train returns to Ogden. This may be a decisive year in Utah politics, and every Liberal is urged tospare no pains to augment the enthusisism and assure the laurels. i IN CLOSE CIRCUMSTANCES. A Young- Railroad Man Who is Sick - and Merits Assistance. City Health Inspector Lewis informs The Commercial that Fred Collins, a on the C. P. young man railroad, where he has been working a long time as car sealer, and where he of all gained the respect sind good-wil- l now who knew him, is lying very low with typhoid fever at the residence; of his mother, 2035 Washington avenue. His wifo has recently been confined, in creasing his family to four. He has been out of employment for si number ofI to shall toll through the arch and into the crowd. to determine. the Gibbous Cardinal assured Gill Ogden Kii-Brow n was thrown to the ground phia. weeks. Having been si sober and industo here. w their ith company that he was in hearty sympathy money place tv the surging people in their elTorts to the projected mission is simple security for it, find busi- trious man, he well deserves the sympaThere of Irish dele the V"c The team struck her j gates to America, .and hoped they would ness is on a sound basis." thy sind sissistance of the community. ipe tho team. to rise, dashed her to be successful, and would be the means a she was a5ut rolled! of ' : he earth again amd the wagon Storm' on the Atlantic Coast. Real Estate Transfers. hastening the day when the policy ;nd dragged her over the ground with of national self government for Ireland, The transfers reported in the office of Asui'ry Park, N. J., Oct. 23. A ter- great violence. consistent with true and honorable restorm has been ragiug silong the rilic later but seemed were Recorder sis dead, Niu at first yesterday union with Great Britain, would obtain the County to moan and give evidence a tinal and peaceful ?wd follows: ArchJersey coast all day and much dan age triumph. f grv.it sulTering for a few hours, w heu and also M other S Browning, has been done by thesithigh surf. Vessels L Farr and wife to bishop Ryan dignitaries are reported ashore died. fhc Spring Lake, but expressed similar sentiments. part of lot 14, block 7, three aero plat as the no information is down are T:i m v.horof the girl now brings' wires A, SI. -before obtainable nit for 2"JtK) dam.iges on a charge of morning. A to K wife and Robinson L THE MAYOR'S REPORT. Baylev, t riuunal negligence. lot f. block 19, Nob Hill .addition, $800. WHY IT WAS. li Robinson sind wife to A L Bavley, Test of His Message to the City Coun- certain Mil. STKVEXS KXl'LAINS. lots, SWO. cil Us Friday. M S Browning and wife to Schellhas The Reason i for the Discharge ot ' He Disclaims From the brier report made in the Brew ing Co.. lots 32 stnd 30, block 3; and Nelson MeCarty. Having Taken Any 70 and 71. block "2, Riverside Park lots Stock iu the Military Academy. to Fred relative Kiesel's J. Mayor papers In reply to a statement in The Com$ 1.900. addition, to I the noticed the sin report Eoitok Commercial.: City Council, touching S T Brown & Co., to J C Rundlett, mercial of yesterday morning, to the rror iu your rejortof the District Court result of his elTorts to procure certain j part of the northwest quarter, section 1, effect that MeCarty, heretofore one of for this city, its purport was township 5, north range 2. 3,000. the city scavengers, had been discharged proceedings, iu the case of the Ogden legislation understood.not C Rundlett to C L Marston, part of generally J vs. Stevens. Siduey Military Acsidemy As inquiries have been made about it, northwest quarter, section 1, township on complaints made by a spiteful accuThis is not a case of arrear- - and sis it is a matter or particular in- - 5, north range 2, 2,100. ser, it may now be explained that he ages of stock given to a jury, but terest to the city, the document is re-- j C Rundlett to F II Rundlett, part was relieved by order of the city Health J a question submittal to the court, produced below in full: Commission. of sec 1, tp 5, north range 2; $1,000. whether signing an offer to take stock G .and wife to F It was found that Henrv Powers, the Head S II Thomas, the report. sur-vein the Utah Military Institute, and on other of lot 5, blk 10, South Ogden scavenger, can easily do all the Congress having adjourned I beg part S3,0X). next days investigation, previous to any leave done work by both. It is the opinion of to report as follows: 20 and 21, the Health Department, which makes lots to teps being taken, revoking that offer, Cahoon T F Howe, resolution of I the By City Council, an be strained into taking stock iu the this explanation, that a city scavenger to employ sin agent or blk 19, Nob Hill add; $1,010. C should be sober sind polite. to wife lot N F and Ogden Military Academy, organized - wsis authorized Woods, Farr to proceed to Washington, D. C, some months later, without my knowl- j agents $450. Riverside blk 1, 14, add; for the purpose of introducing si bill to The Portuguese Boomerang. O J Stillwell sind wife to J P Jones, edge or being even invited to attend any assume increased indebtedness for our on of blk lot 1, 0 any question, until and meeting, or voting 5, lot Valley part Also to introduce si bill to proLisbon, Oct. 23. A serious fsill of PorView add: $1,000. nearly a year later when invited to pay City. sind of a vide for site the the purchase a or some stock suit. for stand O J tuguese funds in the London stock J Q Cannon sind wife et al., to View-adderection or a Public Building thereon. : 3 msirket causes consternation.- Business Sidney Stevkns. Ogden. Oct. 2o. and blk 1, lots 6, Valley Failing after many attempts to pro- Stillwell, is prsictically at a standstill and there $400. cure the services of sin sigent or .agents C B Goodell and wife to L L Rogers, is difficulty to get bills discounted. It THK il"N SCONE. to whom the business in hand could 82. is feared that this condition of affairs safelv Iw entrusted, I determined to part of sec 20, tp G, north range 1; 100. may result iu largo failures. The EnglThe Ogden Club Held Its Weekly make the trip myself, w ith results known ish" market wanted 50 per cent to take Emil Eggleston to James Buckley,part to you. loan. the of $700. blk Tournament Yesterday. B; 4, up plat Of the $1,000 authorized for that purI for fees out have psiid pose, its contingent Club The Ogden Gun enjoyed to sittorneys, as per vouchers herewith weekly practice yesterday on the target attached, ?H0D. Balance on hand, 1((). range. Mr. A. P. IJigelow won the first Total, 81.000. In making my report I take pleasure medal with the tine score of 28 out of a in stsiting that the city is greatly inpossible 30 birds, 20 singles sind f debted to Hons. Leland Stanford and loubies. Mr. W. G. Wright obtained the second Fred T. Dubois, who respectively intromodal on a score of 2G out of a possible duced and labored for both bills, one of which came so near being a law. One lift birds, 20 singles and 5 doubles. having passed the Senate, is in a other, of each record marksman, The day's fair way of becoming such the next of singles doubles and totals, is given in session. V THK SCOKE. I also herewith express hearty thanks to Hon. John T. Caine for courtesies exTwenty Five biugles pr db. T'l. tended. 19 9 28 A. P. Blgelow Respectfully submitted, 7 19 26 Fred. J. Kiesel, Mayor W. G. Wright 16 9 25 J.M. Browning 17 7 24 M.S. Browning A Daring Hold Up. 14 9 23 W. Oermody Socorro, N. M., Oct. 23. Three men 18 7 25 Ed Ensign 21 16 5 a Pullman car on the Santa Fe boarded Spencer. 8 24 16 Alex Brewer train near San Antonio this morning, drew revolvers, and relieved the porter, conductor and psissengers of their surTaxes Deliqtient. plus cash. They then jumped from the On and after November 1, taxes are train, tsiking to the hills. It is estimated delinquent. The delinquent list will be that they got A 1,500. They went into posse is sifter them. published nlout the 4th or 5th of only one car. Novemlier. The collector reports the Go to Peck, Knowies & Besore for the payment of taxes a little more lively than should as ami cheapest cooking and heating finest as not brisk it but heretofore, stoves. Have opened at 2354 Washington avenue, letween 2kl and 24th St., with a Full Line of New Goods. Also, 'WHO FKOWED DAT BRICK." goods damaged by lire. Two Citizens of Ebony Hue Engage in ! ; well-know- n j , j I i , i j j j , ; i j j . ; -- ' j eti-iug- ; : i ; ! j -- t j j ; ! J ! ; ; v: I ; . THE NEW ROLE le wits-otherwis- e . j I dressing room and saturated sotne of tkv clothing there. Four employes, Bernard' Hughs, Wm. Everhart, James Tighe and Walter Spellman, who entered the dressing room at noon, were stricken down" THE EXPLORER DENOUNCED AS with symptoms of heart failure. At the hospital, it is said the first two named" A TYRANT AND INGRATE. will die of poisoning, caused by inhaling the fumes of prussic acid. Leaves From the Record Some Tell-TaA Serious Accident. Kept by the Now Dead. Versailles, Ky., Oct, 23. Last evenBarttelot. ing, when (Tnited States Senator Blsick -was returning from a drive hi Stanley Accused of Brutally Mistreating a burn horse ran away and upset the buggy. The. Rear Portion of His Command The senator was thrown violently to the ' Guard Said to Have Been the ground ond his collar bone was broken. Victim of His Rancor. One shoulder was crushed and he The doctor London, Oct. 23. "Diaries and Letters do not severely injured.serious results, anticipate any of Major Barttelot," the murdered com- but say that the senator will be laid tip mander of Stanley's rear guard, is the for several weeks. the title of a new wook published here WHO CAUGHT BURK. today. They contain serious charges against the African explorer. The book An Eye Witness Declares it Wan wsis edited by the dead man's brother, Young Breme. Walter Barttelot, who, in the preface, Editor Commercial: Knowing your says: "It is not likely that this book would paper to be w illing to recognize merit have been published hsid justice been wherever found, I dev.iro to ssiy that th even partially done, or any kindness in the Standard that Burk, the shown by the leader of the expedition story to the officer who w as left at Yambuya man who stole theoliir-e-e , sh box from the was captured by with impediments, stores and bsiggage.' Anhauser Buw.jh Utah Northern tr.tin man is wholly Charges of malignity, ingratitude, awithout foii'sd .li misrepresentati ki :iid desertion are then I wish to t;.t, i was there and ob brought sigainr St.miey. In his !mx1c served t ! ' duise, and I know to my own col rear fa the finds i. 5xvuse Stanley umn did not follow toe advance column knowledge that the brewery man die played gresit courage; that no nian witk sis directed. Barttelot asserts thsit his brother's a rifle was presert when the capture was diaries and letters, sis well sis his testi- affected; that the credit for taking Burk was due to the little German Breme. mony of the surviving officers, show that He showed himself to be a man of nerve.. to Stanley made it utterly impossible Ho was on his way to the bottling works all took as he his out orders, carry with Burk when the police overtook him of men and those able good strong, and the prisoner was turned over to the character with him. Leaving the resir of the law. These are the guardians and feeble sick, ineorrigable. guard of facts the Stancase, for I participated in declare diaries Major Barttelot's I do not want any notoriety ley threatened to blast the msijor's repu- the chase. to to the man who welt but credit give ruin his and Lord tation with Wolseley Al F. Lindcs. career in the army. In reference to this desorves it. incident, B irttelot gave his brother's Protestant Episcopal Missions. words: "Afterwards turning to me Stanley said it was in his power to ruin Oct. 23- .- Today's seesioB me in the service. I said to him this of Pittsburg, the Protestant Episcopal missionary j. was merely si thresit sis it would take a council wsis taken up almost entirely de-ido to he could more than say great that. He punished rae afterward bv w ith a discussion of the southern mia making me march to Leopold vi He with sions. The work of the women's auxilseventy men' wh6 were noted for laziness iary wsis reviewed by a committor stnd incapacity for carrying loads, wsirn-in- g which also rocommended the organisame if I lost si single load I must tion of parochial branches and the establishment of training schools for girls. stand the consequences." This expose of Stanley's character is The rejiort was accepted. Bishop White shown up by the diaries and letters, head announced to the house that the makes spicy reading. The story in- bishops elected Rev. Dr. Langford, cludes an account of thequsirrel between bishop of Yeddo. to labor in Japan. Stanley and Jephson, This publication has caused a great sensation her.. StanRussia is Discontented. ley refuses to be interviewed on the subLondon, Oct. 23- .- The Telegraph's 8t:. ject. Petersburg correspondent says the minister of the interior has received alarmThe Humane Association. 23. American The Oct. ing reports of Ahe state of the country. Nashville, The prisons are crowded with suspect, followelected the Humane association young men of the educated chiefly ing oflicers today: Edwin Lee Brown, classes. Disaffection is spreading every president, Chicago; J. J. Kelsy, Toronto, where. Incendiarism is rife, and there-havbeen conflicts in many places beCanada, treasurer; Erastus Burnham, Cincinnati, secretary. The next annual tween the peasantry sind soldiers. meeting will be held in Denver. The French in Greece. Two Earthquake Shocks. Athens, Oct. o3. The proposed grant Cape Giradeac, Oct. 23. Two shocks by the French government for Delphi of earthquake occurred here at G:10 this excavations threatens to bring about a to the French of the right morning. Buildings, furniture, crock- transfer held American Archeological In -the by affected. were visibly ery, etc.. stitute unless the Greek government ik assured the necessary $40,000 will be Dangerous Chemicals. raised. Philadelphia, Oct. 23. A chemists at The Deadly Tenement. Quaker City dye works has been experinew New York, Oct. 23. In a fedfeomeat dye for several menting with a days. The supposed ingredients must house fire esirly this morning, atf Italia, have formed a compound which pro- was burned to death, an'-- rvlicema. duced Prussia acid, and some of this McCiinn probably fatally injured white leaked through the laboratory to the rescuing the other inmates. . STANLEY'S The Goodwin Train. - ., . l e ! GOLDEN EAGL H Presents its complimentst to tlie people of . Ogden and vicinity, and requesting a continuance of the thanking them for past favors, we not called on same. To those who have yet us, respectfully nvite their Inspection . a Little War. There was a little scene on Washingavenue last evening ton that smiles. passing were two colThe participants ored men, and the matter of contention was a drink that one desired the other The gentlehim. to buy for man solicited was either a Prohibitionist, unsocial to a mark ed degree, or a financial wreck. He pointedly refused. An argument ensued. It wazed warm. Words seemed likely to lead to blows, except thsit each party to the quarrel was afraid of the other. Finally as one showed symptoms of flight, the other got courageous enough to pick up a brick. Then the symptoms developed ami the warriug citizen did fly. The other was close xfter him. The race wsis a tight one, the brickist an excellent second. In this order they passed from eight, but in a few moments the panting tail euder returned. There was a trismile on his face. He had got umphant rid of the brick. some caused Fatal Explosion. Bridgeport, Conn:, Oct. 23. One of A the fulminate departments of the Union Metallic Cartridge company, was blown up with terrible force at 9 a. m. today, apes ? Feeling: positive they will not cro away disappointed. "We are well satisfied with our trade so far, and hope, as we become better receive as much of your patronage as you acquainted, to merit and think we are entitled to. If you call on us, you will find each and DEPARTMENT COMPLETE! EVERY of Goods, with prices so as to "Live and let With the in the Clothing, Furnishing Goods, live' Those desiring anything Shoes or Hat line will find it to their advantage to call on us. Yours, anxious toplease, Best-Make- LOEB & MYER, Prop's. THE GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE, No. 2410 "Washington Avenue, Ogden, Utah. VmA In Million of Home 0 Years the Standard. Its superior excellence proven in miUiomt of homes for more than a quarter of a century. It is used by the United States Government. Endorsed by the heads of the (treat Universities as the Strongest, Purest, and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Sold only in Cans. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. New York. Chicago. San Franciaco St Louis Children's Clothing a Specialty !