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00 DEN DAILY work all umnier and tLe rwei.lt. reached by the auost inveterate Uus-der- . in tLe railroad line and in tLe TLe arreet of Dilloo matter of U k yard and other iiidua-trki- be followed by the and O'Briea luay impnjiiuecit jt is such as thou Id arouse the pttopW number of their tnlieagute oa miialar hard at THE COMMERCIAL. ewti!y UTAH. OGDEN, " of (Jgdea to earnest action. JJjfdwa pires to first plat aniocg all tLe est of Denver. 8be has tLe natural T Dn.l !PtMimu. ik pohliehrd T advantages to place ber Leyond any Hi uxfti at aaa 4 M'aiuaruja question I rivalry, and yt--t Ogden can Mi ,i auraar HI, I IjlK b Um t uit-- not (UMl occupy the place to Lk L Ler extra- fvauaauaa to. advantages and unparalleled ordinary i Saaamiittua poo. ia idwNL facilities) and opportunities entitle her pm paid. are ia lava ej? j t oaat par aaoeta. unless ber people take bold ia earnest and determine to make her what she Taa Waaaxt CoaaaariAl. ia putouiod TWaiWar- - BmbaerijHjua noa, ia aJwanca, fcJH can become. aut paid. aw ha to abmiM addraaad Triwv many people are building here eoannunirxtHM Ill this year. Ogdeo's new buildings will Y0a ClTI. I' TAB. average one for every eighteen of her Ea tared at Of PuatoSca at Ocdea. IT tab. fur population; but what of next year? Can we be content with one year's advance i Uirourh taa auil a Baeuai4laa while rival cities are laying the foundation now for greater growth in the future? MVSTINO OF THE LIBERAL CLUB. Ogden men should wake up. The city needs Liberal taa ba mill a right now the services of an orif (Vtra aMttnc Thar iab at ta City Hall. Wadaaadax. Urt. Uth. at ganized body of representative business a. at., for tha poivoaa of atactica officers fur men w bo are willing to risk a dollar or afca auaui two year aad uttngiaf Jut tbe two building up the city, trusting to the awat etty alactioo. all Labarala ara aaraaatly raqoakted toattrad. future growth of the city for their reJ. W. McSlTT. Praa. ward. F. B. Ukiutu, twe'j. Let the President of the Chamber of Commerce make another call for a meetTHE CHAMBER OF COMMEHCH. ing of that body and let every member attend. Every Ogden man recognizes For many weeks Thk Commercial, has that this a critical time for the city, and propounded the query, that what we need more than anything "Where is the OtfJeD Chamber of else is ooncerted, well advised action on Thin query baa not been made many points. Let this one more trial in text or to irritate anyone whom the be niade to get a meeting of the Champublic might consider responsible for ber of Commerce and if it ia unsuccessthe short comings of our eret while ful then organize a new body, composed body; but it baa been made for of men who have the nerve, the energy, tLe purpose of arouaing, if auch a thing the spice and vinegar and the public were possible, the membera of the spirit to go ahead and do something. Chamber to action. The Commercial may be censured for Th Commkwul baa reoognixed the being thus outspoken and plain, but rgent need of the work of thia body in rival cities are hard at work and sometbe advancement of the city, but ao far thing ought to be done now to keep up aMily few of our citizens hare aeknowl-xlge- d with the procession. This paper would even the faintest glimmering of not intentionally do a single thing to au idea regarding the situation either injure Ogden, but the time has come for or against the need of organized when action is needed and when plain work for Ogden. What ia to be done statements are seemingly the only thing bow ia aurely a conundrum. that will arouse the people. Let us have But for the good of the city and at the action and if intelligent and enthusiastic rittk of being called a crank. The action can be hail, Thk Commkkcial is again urges that the Chamber willing to bear the censure. of Coaimeroe be reorganized or that ome other body be organized to take its THH BILVEB LAW. place. The summer ia over, the cooler fall weather has taken the place of the The facta of the present situation oorching heat of summer, the evenings awe growing longer, aud there can be no seem to indicate that Secretary Windom is not executing the new silver law in reasonable excuse for delaying action. The Chamber of Commerce ia in debt good faith. The price of silver has fallen It owes its late secretary several hundred to 11.10 and has kept at about that figure alollara back pay for which he haa waited for some days. That is about 15 cents i n vain for weeks. The assets of the above the price ruling before the silver Chamber are more than enough to pay bill was passed at the late session of con all liabilities, the assets beingihe unpaid gross, but it is not within 10 or 15 cents 1uea of members. Each member of the of what it should be under a law which Chamber is liable for hia proportion of requires the purchase monthly by the the debt, if not for the whole amount government of almost the ewV product metal TJae the country. Some membera have thought to escape of liability by tendering their resignation will not reach its prlper level to the secretary of the Chamber, but until the 7,000,000 ounces now accumu that does not free them from liability lated in New York ia absorbed either by until the board of directors act upon the the government or by foriegn purchase, unless the secretary shall execute the resignation tendered. Seeing that each member of the new law in accordance with the intention Chamber is liable for at least his pro- of tbe men who created the law. As portion of the indebtedness of that body, Secretary Windom has shown no great it seems utter foolishness to delay disposition to do his duty fairly it will fcolding a meeting because of this debt require several months, probably, to The action of the members of the absorb this surplus, and until it is Chamber reminds Thk Commercial of absorbed there can be no great rise in the a boy who is obliged to go through a price of silver looked for. The a patch of woods alone at night, who action of the treasury officials, sits down and cries because of the pros while intended to bring the new law into pect ahead of him. When he has done disrepute, will have the effect of cryetal-izin- g public sentiment so that at the crying the woods are there just the same and he must pluck up his courage next Congress a free coinage act will be and go through although it may be passed which will have no loop holes on a dead run and the hair standing through which the secretary of the straight up on his head. But for busi- treasury can crawl. It is strange, if ness men to adopt the same tactics Secretary Windom is really a gold bug as he seems to be, that he should take eeems puerile and foolish. Thk Commercial has been taken to the course he has, the almost certain retask rather severely for its utterances sult being that his actions will force the regarding the Chamber of Commerce early passage of a law more obnoxious to 'during the past few weeks, and the his Wall street friends than the present question has been asked, "what work-- is one. there for the Chamber of Commerce to -- doT" BALFOUR'S MISTAKE. In answer to this question The Com Balfour, secretary for Ireland, made xrrcial will enter the field of inquiry a most gigantic error in his recent acitself and ask of these gentlemen, "What work does the Chamber of Commerce of tion arresting Dillon and O'Brien for Omaha find to do! What work do the alleged disloyal speeches. The speeches Manufacturer's Exchange, the Merch- were made in June, but parliament beants Exchange, the Board of Trade, the ing in session Balfour thought the effect 'Chamber of Commerce and kindred or- might be bad upon some of the government's schemes and hence delayed acganizations of Kansas City find to dot tion until after the adjournment of What is it that keeps the commercial of Denver at work? What parliament and just before the contemis it that the Chamber of Commerce, the plated departure of the two men for Real Estate Exchange and the Mining America. He then had them arrested and compelled to enter bail for trial be. Exchange of Salt Lake City find to do fore a coercion court on the charge of to keep them in active operation? These organizations are not kept alive conspiring to intimidate Mr. Smith-Barrfor the fun that there is in it. They Referring to these arrests the Freevidontly mean business and their work counts. Especially is the work of the man, Irish organ at Chicago, says: The malice of the arrests is so evident Salt Lake City organizations of this the staunchest friends of Salcharacter felt, both in this city and in that even admit that the government has isbury the east. There is plenty of work to made a serious mistake. The success of the American mission was never doubtoccupy the earnest thoughtful and attention of the men of Ogden, ful, but it is now certain to be a series of ovations. The appeal to ;nd if they will only meet and canvas triumphant America which Dillon and O'Brien the situation they will soon realize that could only hope to make by a series of sevaral months of valuable time have meetings, consuming months of time, been wasted by a course of procrastina- has been made for them in one hour by Balfour, and no matter whether they or tion, months in which much good others the come, response might be done for Ogden. The officers, is certain to be generous and nor the board of directors, are held to assuring. In England the effect blame, entirely, for this condition of af- will be disastrous to the government. Public sympathy will go out more fairs. than ever to the Irish cause, But the apathy of the members of the strongly and were an election to be held next Chamber can be charged with most of month no orators would be more general favorites in the campaign than Dillon U Icxw occasioned by the inactivity of and O'Brien: Tory stupidity is pro.thai body. verbial, but Balfour's latest exhibition Salt Lake's organized bodies have been of it reveals a height of folly seldom alTRDtT. Tim. OCTOBEi 0ia 11. !- - WJ T rry Com-aoeroe- oom-aneroi- t. y. bus-neas-li- COMMERCIAL: SATTRDAY, OCTOBER 11, IS90. pretext. trunttt is r4 in fcnoti now, lUid Suli&bury and litlfour Ul Le free for a few mofitha to gratify their aiiuiKJKitr against the luen ho defel ail their biik. Nothing that they can do, however, w ill check the pngrwe of the Irish ca use. This latest eiLiUtioa of Tory malice will increase the zeal tt tLe branches of the and result in larger contributions than ever to tLe treasury of the Irian party. Lgu, It ta time for Ogdeo to begin active work toward next year's rapid grow th. Ouocji'a banking institutioris are the most solid institutions of the kind in the west The Liberals of Utah owe it to them selves and to the progress and prosperity of the territory to relegate Delegate iame to private ma. Let Mr. Cains stay at home the next two years. His official presen at Washington is not onlr a distrraoe to the people of this country but a detriment to the territory of Utah. Ir the Liberals of Utah rally to the support of their candidate for delegate to Congress they ran give the People's party the closest rub they have ever had and can probably elect their delegate. The wholesale business of Ogden when figured up for the year 1800 will prove a surprise to many people of the city who have not stopped to think that Ogden ia the great wholesale center of the region. inter-mountai- n not Bteaa woejea Lo drick. or steal, or freijuect brothels. The cLtef weapon of a Lad woman is Ler tongue. With a lie the can do more deadly work tLan the fellow in tle Bible dal with tLe jswbuoe of aa aat. lV.ru iL ia tLe fundaaietital strata of all e u in a Lad woman's nature, and w ith it she a Bture to be dreaded tLan Biany men ith revolvers. There m lie. absolutely no protect oo from The court4 ranoot protect from its venom, and to kill a def amer and f aki-fie- r m not yet adjudged as Legalized murder. a A telegram from Pueblo Chieftain: Birmingham, Ala, says that Charles William Quaiitreu, the famous Missouri outlaw, who in the early sixties conducted the memorable Law rence (Kan.) plunder and incendiariein, and who was supposed to have been killed in a fight with Federal soldiers in Kentucky near the cluee of the war, died in that place on tLe ind inst, known only to tbe people as T. O. Henderson. He had, however, shortly before bis death eonfetMed to Mrs. ParnelL with whom he lived, and who had known him as Henderson for twenty years, that he was Quantrell, the man on whose head a price had been fixed for over a quarter cf a century, she says Quantrell told her that he did not want a curious throng to gaze on his dead face, but when he was buried he wanted the world to know he had left convincing proofs that he had lived to the age of 52 years and died a natural death. mas-facr- e, Chicago Herald: Within seven miles of Mattoon is the farm which Abraham Lincoln's fattier used to own, and w here he lived. Abe w as of age then and he didn't live on the farm then, but he visited his father once a year, and alwavs brought him presents. Thomas Lincoln s died on his farm, and is buried in graveyard near by. Beside his grave is that of hia second wife. For many years the graves were unmarked. Later on, Mr. Dunlap, of this city, brought the matter to the attention of several leading citizens of Mattoon and Coles county. The result was that a plain monument marks the place. Mr. Robert Lincoln, hearing of the subscription, sent Mr. Dunlap a check for I. L. CLARK & SON, With a Complete Iine of Seasonable Goods in Dry Goods, Clothing BOOTS AND SHOES. nAHOAINS IN AI.I, DEPARTMENTS! With New and Choice Goods from which to Select. WATCH THIS SPACE for SPECIAL. BARGAINS WALLACE, Herb Momt declares for a society PERSONAL AND GENERAL. "whose foundation shall be communismi w hose soul shall be atheism and whose Count Tolstoi is still weak and emapervading spirit shall be anarchy." In ciated, so that he can hardly walk about but he is nevertheless enfact Herr Most always favors hell or a the fields, on a new novel. gaged of similar. condition society somewhat Colonel A. C. Conger, Ohio member of the Republican national committee, preThe decision of the interior depart- dicts that Iw'.h Major McKinley and ment taking Indians from wild west Foster will be elected to Conshows for the good of the morals of the gress. Colonel Ingersoll is said to have an aborigines Is interesting as an official income from his law practice of fJ50,0U) declaration that Indians have such a a year. thing as morals secreted about their Miss Virginia Knox, the Pittsburg persona. girl whose matrimonial venture with a bogus Italian count resulted so disasRichard Vavx, Samuel J. Randall's trously, is about to make her debut on Corneas failed the stage. picturesque suooeesr.TC a Mr. Perry, of Oklahoma, is the first of renomination, it I "Va use hs member of any legislature to be chased He niie- did not look after t J the streets by a howling mob, through Jh ief duties tnlrAnl imairinad IT he is the first but it cannot be. said a. s1 V makthe member of any legislature to deserve it of a Congressman Victor Emmanuel, the ing of laws. to the crown of Italy, assumed a fictitious title while traveling in Russia and The Chicago Herald wlnts to Know Germany not long ago. The title hap"if Chicago cannot have a true univers- pened to belong by herdity to an impecunious Italian, who has now sued the ity." The Herald thinks it is time that prince for compensation for its use. universa should have genuine Chicago Miss Mory Cleary Duncreuz, president ity, instead of the institutions which of the New York Screw Manufactory, claim the name, but which are educa- has such a practical knowledge of her business as only seventeen years as a tional burlesques- working mechanic can give her. She thinks that girls would make just as has of French The Hygiene Society good mechanics as boys if they would issued an urgent appeal for the removal only submit to the training. of the restrictions upon American pork M. Cram pel, the French traveler who The acquirek a reputation by his expedition bv the irovernment of France. into the French Congo, has planned a American retaliatory act is a mighty new journey through undiscovered western convincing argument that the Africa. He intends to go from Ubangi hog is more wholesome food than the across the cruntry to Upper Shari and Lake Tehad, and thence across Sahara superannuated cart horse. to Algiers, or, If that is impossible, to the Lower Bennwe river. The Commercial probably made a Colonel Josiah Patterson of Tennessee, mistake yesterday morning in referring must be what is popularly known as a The Nashville American to Mr. Caine's record as territorial dele-Kat- e "hummer." for Utah. He has made no record says "he is a great big man of brawn and voice, and brain and physique, ponderous in that capacity, all his labors, weak in his logic, graceful in his utterances, as though they hBve been, having been con- keen in his invective as a Damascus fined to taking care of the Mormon blade, as forcible in his blows as if they were delivered by a blacksmith with a Lurch. Utah does not need such a hammer of steel, and as irresistible in all man in Congress. the arts of debate as if he had been born for his work and trained in a land of Yet 5,059 ballots were required President Harrison is swinging Ciceros." to nominate this wonderful man for round the circle, but it is very likely Congress. that he will not come far enough west to get any better idea than he has had THE SLUGGERS COMMITTED. of the wondef ul growth and present pop ulation of this section of the country. Slavin and MrAnliffe to Answer for Trize Fighting:. Mr. Harrison is partially a western man, but he showed a great ignorance of the London, Oct. 10. The case of Frank rapid growth of far western cities when Slavin and Joe McAuliffe, pugilists, he vetoed Ogden's borrowing bill. charged with taking part in the recent fight at the Ormonde club, came up in Lambeth police oourt today. The court CURRENT COMMENT. committed them for trial for engaging in a common prize fight. Denver Times: Snain ii credited with to this country an intention to propose The Counts. to swap tree cuDa sugar ana tree navana cigars for free cotton, free wheat and Richmond, Va., Oct 10. This mornfree Kentucky whisky. ing the Comte de Paris and party leftjon horseback for a visit to the battle fields NeDhi Ensiflrn (Mormon): It will now of Mechanicsville, Gaines Mills, Cold be in order for the Liberal gang to de- Harbor and Seven Pines. mand the Mormans to cease asking blessIs It Clayton's Friends? ing on their food. Their kicking prot pensitiee must have room to develop be-Little Rock, Ark., Oct. 10. Private cause they are built that way and muswas received here today information kick at something. from a very responsible source that an Sioux City Times: The new Japanese attempt was made to assassinate ex contains one minister of C. R. Breckenridge Monday parliament local state, three senators, twenty-seveCentral at Ridge, Conway county. night mayors, government officials, thirty-seve143 provincial administrative officials, He is pursuing his canvass for eighteen journalists, nineteen lawyers, and while he was speaking a cap was ten school teachers, four priests of Bud-d- a Bnapped at his back outside the window, and fourteen professors. Of the 209 where a large crowd was gathered. It inde- was about four feet from where he was members 114 ere radicals, fifty-fiv- e standing and the report attracted much pendents and only four conservatives. attention on the part of the audience. many of whom went out or the house to Chicago Herald: Women are either investigate the matter. He completed the noblest creation of God or the mean- his speech, however, and on his return est. A good woman is little less than an to his hotel, Mr. Normon, a citizen of angel; a bad woman is considerably more the place, was knocked down from be than a devil. And by bad women I do hind with a slung shot No clues. tat heir-appare- & CO, (INCORPORATED.) Successors to WALLACE & TAVEY. WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. Whnlmala Dry ftnodt Hnnaa ia Octtan, GOODS ALL XKW AND WKLL SELECTED. Tba Onlr RitoIumv I and tha Largwat ia tha iMANUFACTORING nuiiuuij Co. Dobson SOLE AGENTS Imp)? CO. Dobson 6 Co. SOLE AGENTS MANUFAOTUEK8 OP FINE STIFF HATS, ; : in Light Weights. Lined and Unlined, 4 V ixeal Estate CUT THIS OUT AND CALL AND LOOK AT THE PROPERTY.Z 130x140 $2,500 Corner, two blocks from Car Line, house, trees, Etc, 1141132-toGrant and Thirtieth, 8,000 50x140 ft Lots, near Twenty. fifth, on Cir Line, 1,000 72x132 Corner on Twenty-Fifttwo new houses, Improrements worth' $4,000, rents for $70 per month 9,000 50x119 House rents for $24 per month, two blocks from 25th on Grant, 4,000 mer h, Choice Lots Three Blocks from Union 200 Depot, Choice Lots In Central Park Addition, 300 1 14 Acres New Bonse, Barn, Celler, Fine Orchard, Etc., on Sooth Washington Arenne, 6,500 Choice List and Acreage in an rarts C. B. WHEELER, A. me 01 : 2404 Washington uty: Avenue, OGDEN, UTAH. LARGEE - A.ND - COMPLETE LINE OF n n SMJffl Oor-don'- Ex Prkhidejct Cleveland has bought a new 13,000 yacht and is having it fitted 100. out especially for gunning and fishing. The first court in Cole count v This is a mysterious move. Cleveland held in the woods, in 151. Th.'h i. can hardly go gunning for the presi- William Wilson presided on a log; Ue lawyers sat on stumps and the litigants dency in a yacht on the Atlantic. swung in the bushes. Z AT THE OLD STAND ! l i Books k 1 -- AT- THE COMMERCIAL OFFICE Nol 2404 Washington Avenue, OGDEN.