|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1890. OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: THE COMM VAl UTAH. OGDEtM, t m. ?t ksjmv. 'oi:i:ki.i... . Meanwhile the people of Utah are rally- I) ing to the. Liberal standard and working out their own salvation, viewing the widespread turmoil from afar, and much more concerned about their own affairs. vast in quantity that years iHm years of working would not measurably reduce it. Sooner or later these vast stores of latent wealth will be ulilizsd, ami the J sxincr the better. As to market thero eouUI not well be The rapid a better point selected. KliITOK. onoi;i:n li'fv tho Mormon government, on a pretended revelation and religious is like the multitude of governments that have perished, that lill past history with their wrecks. How tho government of tho people, of the Liberal party, had finally been planted and survives in the American nation, because it is founded on just principles and is worthy to live. Here we are righting the same old theocracy that is the issue in the campaign. He is but one of the leaders that have been nominated to keep up j nn battle for just prieiples and progress, Heroin Ogden is whore the tirst battle was won Avhere tho people tirst sent tho thrill of victory to the Territory. An1 whal O,nlon h.l(I lono of ,.ourHe Salt Lake had to do. Laughter and applause. Ana so liberals are running special trains, as object lessons to tho deluded people who may see it and get new ideas. Already the opposition feci the necessity tiiis example. i of imitating lie v mild if elected rmirr.;:.iit im Mormon church in all its fair claims, yet he would try much harder to repre- sent the Americanism of tho people of The Spanish minister to this country 1U-,- 1'i'M-:4'- :::.i-it- iJ :u t '- ir n-t- 1 i.v-.- ii-- i fr . - j j t!:r--i-- : j i ; I The country between Ogden and on whoe future greatness gan s I Lo- is The Lite ral train speeding along over the fertile valleys of Utah is carrying terror to the sinning sands. in Utah for I"o:o in a Measure of Mormon to th jed Tiie 'are oi impressed so keenly ac- - i::iv. ;!' :. t . -- I;;ie !;cd .3: if Utah are with the Thev do not vote, but cause. It rime. Li'eral a s n!t pc:rf npiesents in moral u their The and treason. it' support there is a fund of !ai' organization are strength. rait-vt lii'M tliat has tolerated Until after election trie principal mi !.! ;::! t;v rank and tile are slaves: . - ;v of Liberal Ogden should be to dem o to priestly mnin-- t oust rate its enthusiasm in the great or to fear. The .'he v. women i iik ' -- - ! ' ten-try : M;per.-'.itIo::!g::o:-;:ic- e Mor-.0:- te work of redeeming Utah. J'.irJy is a '.enaee t j.Ioih to Utah, and a stain this i enturj. iv;t it is a menace to e"it;ri'r: j " n-- . ' 1 People-- . But i'or an Extra Bargainand Inducement on about $500.00 allow you a percent Discount which" we carried worth of Good Quality Cloaks over from last season. Extra Good Bargains for people who do not ca re to keep up to all the late fads and changes which are constantly taking place. It will do you no harm to look at our goods before you buy. We are in a position and have the ambition to undersell all j certain. ;."? Our Prices keep life in our business. Our Large New Line of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks 2 and Wraps are Marked on a Very Low Margin of profit. we will I . iMiiwiN. i DEAD! NO! P ROGRESS Will i 10 how iron for buildings has been recalled. He thought himself very growth that requires oMvti.uil l.. ii. piiMi-he- il Tt: Mui.v :it ami for bridge work is largely in the a bigger man than Secretary Blaine. .V,iI:ttr'i'i,-lami Iwt'iity-.ur?- ; .r rvr of V.O..I.---- !:ii..rt!i ;i'mic West. The railroads to be built in the As he sails homeward he will have time the I'ity, I t;ih, ,!r.I'i next theade will be largely Western raib to n licet upon his error. ii.. i:i uibanre. ?.. S;;l ::.io.i roads. The tools that are used in con rtein. -t m;.I. ts tnontli. This is an excellent time for the great IVavi : structing them, as well as the heavier th.Ti'j at ! to iron would look well with an Ogden j parties of the country to let Utah alone, all Mil. nHiAil.Ki'11!. ft III.ISHlNti CO.. brand. If works shall bo established in They have no right to ask that their old v ii t'l : . I' r anv portion of the West, that portion adherents shall pay any attention to Ihj.li-n- . l"t;i!. K'i. r.'..t!Wt this side the Rocky Mountains should questions outside this territory, and they '!;.! i fli. iii.iii-- ; i..s have tht ni. while the rities now actively have no riirht to bm:ik:nr covert bids faction. There the for the votesof anv Utah trving to secure them are am . , v LiBEFiAL TICKET. one nero amii ,T. is oniy L,Um, u range ;rom wgden. question . . unmolested, can settle it in tune. - MHO j Likkkai. speakers have a habit of say- what they mean. The time has instituti ns of this country, and eo.ue wnen u e .iccess.i, ,o. ! ,nn rs t.ligni u,e ruture. Kvery in is a Utah. a iat iuevrincnt ha beginning. If spade spade, apparent , H-- j , ; own now. the XK.m; s; has a bitter tight on its hands. The issue is a prohibitory amendment. Hoth sides are straining every nerve. The prohibitionists do the most praying, but they are spending money with the same freedom that marks any squabble for spoils. Indeed it is h. id" for the unbiased outsider to understan.l how sucn righteous people can resort to such carnal methods. The amendment is opposed by the commer-- ' cial strength of the state. Editor Kose-- ! water of the VV- - is the ablest man in this opposition and is demonstrating that he is a power in Nebraska. Never- theless the contest w ill be close and tho battle" w ill onlv eml with the counting . ,f v,a)r:isk;i shui,,i t..m step acroSH t), 0nuiha t the Wa whisky thev want. be is said to It extremely bad whisky, sold as openly and Ixmntifully but it is as though Iowa had never heard of J j j u,"h j '.. never done thisi hile ,iraw;n,, his salary from tho United States he has simply represented the church, either trying to prevent whole- some legislation or to repeal go:d laws already enacted. If elected he would try to get a small ' public building for Salt Lako and a very large one for Ogden laughter. The reason for thiK is that land is cheaper here and there is a better chance to spread laughter. He would not promise more. He asked Ogden Liberals to treat him fairly next Tuesday, as the candidate; of the Liberal party. And if they fail to do this he would build a railroad around the south end of tho lako so he would not havo to pass here any more I Mr. i . & sows 2362 Washington Ave. j I i i ! CLARK L L. WALLACE, SMUffl & CO., lINCOUI'OKATED.) j SuiTiow to WALLACK & WHOLESALE i TAVEY, The prosperity of Utah is at stake. A Time coming when it can ir.tre than .old itw.r4. and the time is tinning vote for the Liloral ticket is a vote to laughter. There being other good speakers j vhe:i loe of n now free jeop!e Americanize the territory, now domihe desired to give them a chance present ft'.M' the ancestry that failed to nated by a craft that knows no scruple. cries of go on, go on. I5ut he wished Progress Chapters. rilgrnns : l.eel upon the head of the viper. i !a- -e have ruch a vote in Ogden that the The Pilgrimage is to last tho entire to Mormon papers cannot come out after j The leop:e part isms are pretend It is not always safe to accept the word weoK. election and say, 4,The Liberals repudi- ng tl :rt they .ive freedom. They of a professional politician, but when The latch strings at I jogan were out ated the doctrines that Goodwin has liie is c.i'i'.v f;ilse. John Sherman declares that he does not yesterday. statei'ent been teaching applause. :ev c::!l freed:: Wi::; is but favor a third party, lie is doubtless U. K. Allen has command of a vealili Judge West was in trod u nod by Major I sincere. and made a short pointed of lireetlen useful Yr:.statistic. ti:a! which a.". civilization V. . Dver found friends speech. m.'inv "e frcetloin. among ' Ib appoau d hi Ogtlen Liberals, wlure in a the i.oonle"of Logan. CoomviN found hims.-l'1 am! tle Lftr.'n'rt in th" ! srtv tiiev cive .ie. laurels of the party of progress were ritoi v. iOt)IS ALL NKW AM WIILL MiLLX Till). the h. got" to this! The party feels honored by the pres when Libera! stronghold At t!ie citizens to the support of the tirst won, to !irt p"!vga:ny. . Of enee of the veteran ( lenentl P. K. Con man who hadrally t battled so well for the f I't.-iwere l the eity. Ogden is a progressive pla-enor. noKsihilitv of l!rsl winninc a viHorv. :. . 1 p.':: ihoniThl thoy eourse it is Liberal. Th.e two traits li.l herself Salt Like in. From that success came progress", pros-botCity prou.l I I u c tl.at il.is :nove:m-!it- . like together. the number and character of her purity, growth. Ami no man in Utah r otrier ::;.::! rent ly d""ent one made deserves so much honor and credit for representatives. ; American friends do not Siam.kv' v t: this har.ce as the Liberal candidate, the are and Democrats There is a a::d snare. Kepublicans afiaud ;iI"st!;oid m iiim Hon. C. C Joodwin. jAjmlause). in ale no one and cares the tho charges against Pilgrim cars, a to shut "uTept desig;i-First-clas- s Tlie juospects in Utah now arc brighter h. whii whiclTis If in . be v.eleoined will and he as gec.uit if is g:atio::. It w"d to Ik' j!ain on(VolBecause than t,vtr b'hre. Why: J. K. C.illespie got left at Cache .Tunc- we r:. :hes' things. Tho ostensible this eonntry ju?t a though nothing hal ition, lvn t'0,mo 1!lvor',bk' Krosri remarks he the rnfortnn.itelv ' said. been iv-infew on of tion. ..'1 of poiyg .:;:y is b.;t ;motlier . atlife, Mining is taking made also got left. :i i::'t t hai; to atiturht Hia I'i hrrrtMU 26x.54-inc- h .)t. nil.- - iilll .tit w f bn. 50c; .worth 75c. who has done more for ( MM"i.i.'Noir in Kureka. They leave ior uku this wa. and Him. has narrowly escaped seed.'ril.V 1.1 ; Tut; it ien.i if I'trdi. th timers this Ty:ni ll.in q c (kH)dwin-Ap- 35c. at 8:1(1 this morning. rhYl li 'i tr.rll .mil llm mi '.: e new. should never Io- -- ight tf injury in a railway accident. It is more oint f.I'lt,l all-lin- en a is The band Martial tine Lake Salt 50c. !. 30c, utari win have a representative that is never allow than proi;.blo that dangers of adili'erent truth. 'I'fii and can pound everything i worthv of her. lAnniause.l ' organization, l 10c. between character that t lay 5c; blinded gentleman hv."ie!es by Mormoji out of a drum there is in it. Mr. K. C Allen also spoke briefly. vile. or gnw r'eo!:eiI.(l to a condition and the goal of his ambition. 3 25c; As an: He recalled the fact that the .. prineiconductor excursion Judge . .i ... 1 4 . ... r :i "ha..:.:?rr-- t be changed. There are no i me.. Tuiuerai arc me h ciiairiuaii 01 .uiu pies 01 .1 is a Hiieoess. 45c. priucipai of New Mexico seem to be committee he is also a success. Thi: nles of progress, and the Liberal candi- ".'v.i va;s .io::t tlii.--. The condition A 85c. 60c; slamls tor ttie lioeral psirly. i he tiu.-'-t J. J. C.reenewall deserves a large vote "h:y;geil by prom;. t and peaec-::- ! be timid. There is an Italian scare 1 in,vT bill alone has a!ded oc; 15c. per capita inelh'xL. or in years to c ;nt it will down there m,v, and according to re-- i of thanks for the wavonhe looks after the r"r xh of Ltah to the value poj)ulat!on of evervbodv train. comfort the a 5c ports the eneire renegale baud consists .i.ar. cd in triotdalioti and bl.ol. tcrnwirial silver output, thus J. Y. Xetr, treasurer of the territorial of the to of four bucks and a demi john. of ana riches the 5c. prosperity committee, is a man lit v chosen. He is adding the commonwealth. No man had tlone ' citiof one Lake Salt city's progressive 5c. 24 more for th.is valuable result than tho pOL.rr:t;s in utaii. '): :. i has Leen fined .loo for failure zens. Liberal candidate. So it has been with for 5c. 24 O. J. Ilollister is one of the most the advance in lead;' so it will be with to respond to a jury subpu iia. It is not 'mI'i great parlies ' see in "i in vn-sn the irrii:it ifn if lie f ies to gentlemen ir!-:iefur the election of related that lie is worried miam about thoroughlyor infornieji bg"t in the territory of Utah, for T. Pilgrims, has ione What John VOlirSclveS. ('aiueexer r. and his alienee jrobab!y was the matter of that. Judge C. C. ( loodwm. Thev are work the math ........ 1! i !..!.! 10 u: 1110r.11 toi:e i i:jc without re'iani to M flihi'.tions jury that may be re- The gracious presence of one ladv acres of the territory . one an-Can claimed? from cheered the Citv tl:eir point, to a thing? ir I on' gre.:t !ap i: to wipe out Pilgrims Urighain o. A He to has had a great op- was Otherwise the voice: Lid:-o;;Ogden. personnel f wmr.g. "oe do is make a to masculine. how marvelous roads deeds, lt great decidedly portuuity many fiusc.-o-i -o.'.iy Ik- - done by patient and j name. lie lieeii has Jiut held 1. great is Salt Jjake City ..... The document carried uy e.ien pas- - 0.0.1H , always just going to 41... .1, .,.,.,,1.1 'ait :sf' tlort. and th:;t it nut h dc.n ii ii tun r' inr nnn ifiimtit iuuui A is a card leatlcV. On u!. m si .f I HgO iierary gentleman oouid help it lest r ;: 'f t.tai: go ilnvai in ret. prosper t,,rritory THC C'.NL'tNr A standing, now lMcastvl. once wrote: iir?...i. the few leaders mi ,ht lose control and,' LL BtAfi THIS 1 R0i MAHr. 1. : rt v FROM $10.00 TO $75.00 v. . iini tt:tt. ttii'Te ;:? 1:1- 1. is Ji;el'in. i.Miii' are nfiitnttttiOH springs eternal in the human scribed: "fjiberal Vm Morirn.v-- . Soecial Train. Pass M(VV. I"ie cither lie "lc.:e toodw bo Klect will and in there biea.-- t. man never is. but always to be. one o: t.oodwins I'llgruus through the , F i i ... i;w io! i t:i territory, to rear I Land of Zioii on the grand tour of Holy of the people. 'Applause.l he unholy king.ioin of a::.l g:c- u. Innocents Abroad. Interchangahle for Kiesel was then introduced and Mavor .!'.; f;:I e go.i- - m d l.Mi.g prophets, to passage on Jordan Iliver Steam Naviga received with enthusiasm. Vo.v is of one Molvkk the genet great .i;-i:ation Line." The fourth page holds the !y outgrov. !.j;d t , cr'li .. tic He paid a high tribute to J lgo Jood- ral-; th-- - world lias known. His achieve- names of the territorial committee. ... .f Ctah. r::Hst win. tl.ey i!!cri'-;"- i He stated that Mr. Caine is. a nrettv it v This cannot be ments are part of history, and as he Miunr Jlail deduced. look s and hoars the lhe;n, man personally, but can do nothing upon good .ro:ght a!.':t by oi.e crmpaign. and it shouts of aeclaim in his honor the old 7.he is a slave of the church. because -Dr. Fkancikco. Oct. Maud Sn an ru'vi-- r be brought al.nmt unless the IS IHhUmI is tl llUHl WllO W ill What I l uivni.llln.r Inmnn ,.',(!, a feel must of warrior nl..,rn,l thrill exultation of !:e territory, native lim whole territory all the the 1 r... ... Oenver of ffLMoi m money .represent ia! urji':zil. unit'" in the noble cause. thai will hnirrr till death, that has; ISeniammor all the real estate he had was in an in t,,.in S;lU so long, shall claim its own. UoCitv. ILaugliter.l thi- - thi re ;irc said to be spared him Yet ' almost out.' hysterical condition when she ap- Powers was iluim, appeared in Judge Lawlers court tins n' i:i l.'tah v lo will refuse to vole for almost felt; Ogden. HlM.onipijmenled Th:i:k is suirering reported in Okln- - morning for a (uriher hearing home and Salt Lake his adopted! his it Judge ( 1'iodv. in beeaiw le is known as me oi me enuiusiasts who Judge Lawler could not go on with ,1 he houu. Ho felt proud of Oglens lirst II'pubi)ean. Sueh men are called i' ase it went over until 1 hursday M rs. Lneral vietorv. And this pit v w ill pros- 1 iu tirst rushed are there on still rn-nthe k in b. iiik; ipo:i l ri , i.i ih in i hp n:iHT i t in mi iii h( I1(r ,i 11 wore oan. r ..r t.;k ..,1 .....c, 4i, j,,,,! ;, arc ii:tHiiiiL: ;is:v! ilia; rouucod iroiu Mi(iion fi ii A vote for (iocxl- :m evil so vast am! h,,i verything else they possessed ha N.otH to .,H0 his Cent coul.J furnish It, p rpef rati-ig- : ... : r ,...n the necessary londs and be released 1,1 r- " r" iiw.t-j i :o.:siroiis t at historv aiionts it !:ardlv f- ...,,..! n ..:...;" " ..r i.aril. . Tl,..y .ill eel f..r l.,;..Si..r,1v """"i; :. :. ... tW :. . . , ,i: -I..,- 1: l.i..rv . . I umi.i i run i f 'i in i f u' uinni t. utiitui. 'i til itiih If iiijui Ii,.--: amidst the ev ,l because the country is rich m ootu Mrs. Inman told the court that she had ' I f he elet-- t cd rpe.;r.d from hu.hter tc i,arit-v- net oatei a inorsd or slept ;i niht win nol enliovs ,r has ,1!ltji If, luuing re- - ,m :1,1 f. bail at iw, j,,;i,i;,ir, set her court the the arrest, rv,, , i.;,., ... ! .etc.!. they stnl persist voting u,k, ! earned ?4HK and the defendant's attorney said - . .as d U Id lh:. s that by common sense have is aNn.t to they thought they could give the U.nds. ISo for vcrnr Tnrx.i-- Maxa.vim.ian : . i , . .. i i . . . , ...... ..i.i:. i- . in- - j marry t. mcess icroria iunsa oi rcnieuir. inl t .1..i .........- n..i. duty he will be elected. .'He urged Ogden Not .Much Known Yet. to do its duty and victory is assured. Ap- It is always a pleasure r.g but censure and condemnation as , swig Holstein AND is an- - plause. ().. Oct. 27.- -It oireot as that the Mormons themselves ' to ,ee voimg neoole iro this wav. and if callen-ouHoreman was but det L i j ' Drv Goods and Notions. j - i.-e- s i i. f j ; i bj-.'v.- h iii'-li-i'-- ! .l itr-tp- WK COME NOT ; h s - j ! ; : - I cl I. I i -- ! - 1 . 1 . 4 1 ( '' e j . i j , Our prices are more eloquent than Goods Low Prices and manv words. have them. We have space to are any object, our many bargains: quote only a bath A towel, An extra large bath towel, a hummer, for worth An towel, extra large, worth A hemstitched handkerchief, for A hemstitched handkerchief, regular price, regular price, Turkey red table cover, worth Men's heavy cctton hose, box. Hard wood toothpicks for Two papers carpet tacks for sheets good writing paper for envelopes nd everything lor proportion. Come and Here to talk, ! 1 ! j j s ' i 1 4 I 1 OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, j j s ; s.yr-.t-i- ... 1 1 1 . n-- mit )')-':- ISTo. ! j f , - j 2802 "Wasliinu'toii A. veil Lie. ! . 1 11 1 ( j (.(.( ' t'- . , ' at-iv- - I i 11 -- o j b-c-- k ( f ! ! Aii-f-ieari- i s ! 1 ! .'i! d j , ""'' j ! -. T i 1 1 T . ! ..i-,,- , , ; lml - j : - i a """".II -- r.r.. I f : j ! i n ii-- ; - Now on Kxhil ition ;vle the MILLS, STREVELL lilook. ULMER; ik j j M j,,,,. ;hvin. '- i tii-.j-- 1 l, 1 1 I , X ! . j j j ClM-lNNAT- 'co earned the old folks set the couple up nicely iu j likelv as not the prince : wire will Lo almost as haopv as ami liis inON AMD STEEL. inougii in- n.iu an nonesi iraue, ami was I j to rustle for daily bread. JitieK cast f gi!en are making elforts oblige of iron and tit-o wviir.i the are discuss- - j ! i' is hardly necessary to comment up ".virs -of nuignitmle. They 1 ; .. .. . T .1 "...1 . , on o. r.e S 1 llgrims iH.m n. oi ine lour tHj win aiai tievisuig j asioiiiiv .Fig menus to bring idouta consumation that fully is it detailed vlsowhere. Let it . sti only be said that the gentlemen con This is nil er we'd for the cities east j ducting it, havo hit upon a plan most t Ogden. They are net ing wisely, and judicious and timely, and that the har-wit- h an eye to their own interests. Hut ! mony with which republicans and dcrao- an any one tell why iron and nteel works crats are working to a common end would not lx in keeping with the gait should Ik? a lesson to partisan who ?r truck by Ogden since the preponderance brought their prejudices with them. of Liibcnd Peniiment Iooame so marked? May luck attend the Pilgrims. Tho vital elements to n project of this M.rt ore the rjv material, jud the nearBoth great political praties have their ness to market. Ogden has tho material. strongest men m the field, and the tides .Mountains of iron tmrround it. Mines of eloquence that Hood the country are of iron that has been tested and found to only what might havo been expected. bo lirst class aro within easy reach. Ab The general tenor of each is that its to cool there is an nbuudimce nearby bo side is right and tho opposition wrong i hom-ekcopiu- l 4 ty i .... j nounced uion reliable authority that Halstead, as owner of a controll- piu'rnt interest in the Commercial (Jazette, h s sold to a broker the portion of his holding. Whether tho sale is coupled j with a contract to give the purchasers j control or the paper is not known, but it is probable the sitlt settles it that Hal-- ! stead will remain in the east until tin? names or the purchasers from the broker are made known. j j ; j Jt's Nobody's Jiusincss. New Yokk, Oet. 27.- - Murat Halstead was seen this afternoon by an Associated Press reiorter in regard to the statement that he had sold a portion and maybe the whole of his stock in the Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. Halstead said he had agreed to sell a portion of his stock and didn't see why there should be any commotion about it. There is no deep political scheme behind the matter; nothing revolutionary or in any sense remarkable. He said: "The rumor that connects with the transaction the names of two distinguished politicians is without any Judge dined to speak. Hut he promised that: Ogden will do her whole duty on election j day. He asked the people for a direct resjiousc and there was a storm of yeses, ! COMIT,TCTl; j Col. Dyer was called upon and paid a glowing trioute to the gemrosity and worth of Judge ( Zoodwin. The audience would have a word from Hon. George M. Scott. Salt flake's tirst Lilieral mayor He felt sure Ogden will do its duly. It has always done so- - it will do so again. Applause. Major Ureedon closed the meeting bv promising victory and calling for three cheers for Judge Goodwin, which were) triven with a will. Three cheers were also given for Judge Powers, and the baud played tho 'Star Spangled Manner" as the large audience went out. The Pilgrim Train will leave for the South this morning at 8 o'clock and Liberals who can are invited to go w ith it. Tho Pilgrims were entertained by the Ogden Club last night after the meeting, and reciprocal eloquence and good fellowship were freely interchanged between the representatives of Utah's two leading cities. LINK OF 1 j i AT nil COMMERCIAL OFFICE No. 2404 Washington Avenue, OGDEN.