|Ogden Daily Commercial
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|Ogden Daily Commercial
03DEX DULY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY. JILY Hey would swallow any ticket to wia. Aid tbey will do so. No duU about it They are ia ths new scLa;e to win. Ttey expect first to win statehood. And F. Brra. i Oi-they will run the stale. And J ti..n. Uagrt. baring ttst i.UM. bo ticket will be elected, from" ocgreas-mdown to dug psuoier who is A approved by the hierarchy its bosses. That fcas been the old plaa in every of Utah for two genertkna. It is kirts - daily. "00 part i to) bred in the bone of the Mormon man" Kailrt " agers. And they will stick to the old " " U 4,1b " " tricks as sure as the leopard does to his " Vui Wef THE WEEKX.T. as was dor. in Rich county. tiM spots, just fSaodaf Ksiitiem. in dioe. Oao Tear. Tb Liberal party is not dead because the Mormon church is still in politics. tin oor rU Uut tJct on Jul)' I, l'WL fail to M tbir It can not die until the church gets out (jr-a- ll itrwB And that day bs not come yet. r out.f-b Urur uuf)u. J:i . m.. nl THE COMMERCIAL. thi . V- -if all kazarda- ' ti. l- -r BPE'IAL XdTli'K: Afior nine o ckrk p. m. . t bjiao ofluwuf Tbk GuiiSfeitrijU. . t!w will he rW-ii4 i!ruu blimmos inu. ;s'l arriiura for Xtu) iuruiw f ur:i ertiBmol t tli sJiUMiil otik, Sfcff, ft W itiai. Qf tu. Brt dour. is ooneethid by Mormon leaders snd all Gentile that the uiaa&ts of the Mormon voters are a Lolly uninformed about It K. the politics of this nation. They do not understand the most ordinary principles of the republic. They do cot know eucreottuB of Libaml oW. of We!r U bu are in rnuUijr itb then) ill be held at i ha (tratid opm hoiue us Saturday, July ImIi, at I o'ckick p. nu, fur the uf nuoiinnUu candidal, fur the office, to and be vuted on the third day of August, of taliuk awh actum uths political situation Ail Liberals of ths in the territory demanda, eoocrj are exported to be prewtat. Itiadeelra- ble that thi eonentioa be liberally attended. and the qutiim at iwu be thoroughly and M. A. Bbkkdkm, intellixpntly eonsiderad. Chairman Weber County Liberal Committee, whether tbey should be democrats or republicans because tbey do not know what thuse terms signify. In matters of citizenship they are children. They are as it they had just come across from Europe, from interior province, and had never gained more than the merest glimmer of a notion of what the principles of self government and civil liberty mean. These facts are generally admitted by all factions. And what does this teach American citizens? Does it not show that there has been here an absolute church monarchy, that run a political system totally foreign to the government of the United States? Does it not prove that the masses of the Mormon voters are a good deal nearer to the church officials than they are to an allegiance to the Nation? Does not this one fact show that the Mormon church has been every iota of the politics and principles of its adherents, and that in robbing the people of political intelligence as well as general instruction through aa American public school system, it has been wholly unpatriotic in fact been in positive antagonism to the United States? It has been so. Any thinking man knows it has. It has never been anything else. The evidence of these truths is over helming. And is such a foreign, unpatriotic, power to be suddenly taken up and trusted with the political, educational, and commercial interests of Utah? If it has for forty years been against its interests to teach party politics and constitutional principles, why has such teaching suddenly become desirable? Simply because it sees its grasp upon Utah slipping from its possession, and h makes this sudden change in the game to get Utah into statehood, thus bar out the United States authority and so gain another lease of church sovereignty. Is any Gentile so credulous as to believe that a power that has systematically held its votaries in ignorance for so long a time, to that end denying them the benefit of a common school education, has in a day become converted to a love for free schools as they are understood in Ohio, Illinois or Iowa? Reason and experience show that they are not so and will not be so. And it is supreme folly for liberals to rush into the enticements of a set of wily schemers who have been so arrogant, so resentful, so unpatriotic, so through all their history. There can be but one prudent course and that is to stand by the Liberal party until it is known by their works that the Mormon leaders have relinquished their old purpose of running Utah as a Mormon monarchy. JI LT FIUDAT. Liberal County Convention. A county (ud pur-pu- ll, WHY THEY WERE SOLID. , THIS SUDDEN CHANGE. Just two reasons are given to explain why all the Mormons, every one of them, voted and clung together for all the past time as a church party, rather than as republicans, democrats, or in some American political association. They explain that they were driven to that course in self defense, as all other parties were against them. And also that being all Mormons in the territory they naturally, being of one interest, acted together. Now neither nor both of these excuses excuse or explain the resolute attempt of the past to maintain here a church political oligarchy. That scheme was not the desire of the masses, as it is ad mitted that they knew and know now next to nothing about politics. Their opinions did not count. So it necessarily must have been the scheme of the church politicians. And what did they want a church party for? Why did they have a church and state that was one and the same thing? To defend their property? Not at all. To protect their declaration of faith, aside from polygamy and political med dling? Not a bit of it. They were in politics for power, for selfishness, for self aggrandizement, and to protect that orime against society polygamy, the degradation of woman 80 they did not educate and the race. the masses for the same reason that tyrants and traitors to human progress everywhere try to keep the people in ignorance. Education would have been dangerous to their conspiracy against the people and the Republic. And as polygamy that black treason against civiliz ation was the real cause why the Mormon church was in politics, it had no excuse but a crime for that other crime against the Republic mak-- , ing the church the state. No, the Mormon usurper never had one jot or tittle of an excuse for the crime of political arrogance it has shown in the past. It was in politics because its basses put it there t serv e their own personal interests and passions. And any set of meu who put themselves in a position treasonable to civilized society and the laws of the United States, wholly without warrant or excuse, deserve no sympathy whatever. Their acts can not be condoned. They can not be honied nor coaxed to induce them to get into line with the laws of their country and christian progress. And such men can not be trusted with the control of Utah in such a way an to put it beyond the power of the Nacitizens in this tion and the Republic to secure an appeal and redress. In other words they are not the men into whose hands the helm of the state of Utah should be placed. That is what they are now conspiring to capture. The Liberal party says they shall not have it until it can come with such guarantees for the people and for political justice as shall forever make it impossible to set up here another Mormon ascendency. What true American citizen wishes it otherwise? g MORMONS MUST WIN. An interview with John Johnson, of printed in this issue, shows that the Mormon church bosses are just as impudent in political meddling as ever. When the nominations of the democrats and republicans did not suit the bishop at Randolph, Rich county, he made the Mormon voters in both the national parties throw up their candidates and take Mormons of his choosing. He made them a ticket. That's the plan. That's what will happen in every precinct and county in Utah. The Mormon political theory is and ever will be while its present regime is in the saddlo, that "the end justifies the means." That was the force of the talk of the prominent politicians at the democratic county convention. They must win at "Rich county, Os the hc! ths eartiegs of the railroads of txe country fur Jum exceeded those at acd ar ettx-- raging. s The liberal oobvecttoa at the opra house is for Lberals, genuine liberals, and is not toe oue hunters who would desire to its purpcee that they may capture a position. All who doubt the propriety of disbanding the libera party at this time are urged to be ptm-en- t to take part to secure a fair expression of sentiment, and defend the interests of Ogden and Utah present acd deft 17. :S3I. vs. Cnrdit- Ck m:Jl soaks i;0 c&a and KjcB3hii cwo&ers ;J pay cash we rill sell at Tscty- fo.r'.a street bot.se lor each omy, and at our Waahicgtoo street house iil srU oa short time to those only who we know will mtt thtsr biiie promptly; wij be tar you UtelttU pieofid to subject ot cash, which we are sure, Its iU be to our mutual advantage. Floss do cot, tinder any circumstances, a&Jf the Twenty fourth street store to da anything more than to accept book orders for delivery, aa they si J positively future. to do any credit at that house. To peupie of average intelligence it is uae-l- e 1 jt us to go into details, as it is a se:f evident proposition that cash lieats 'Mea and Women." ja a bona. That sing the public for their endeavpart favors, we promise our The rendering of "Men and Women" or to meet a CKitinuanoe of the samr. was very propat the Grand hist evet-inKeepeetfully, IL NL liosD Co. erly witnessed by a large audience. The Twenty-fourt3 and "Ml Washstreet house-fuland deserved a l. plpyers fully play avenue. ington The story is very American. A Ogden, July 11, 1)L young bank cashier take a hundred inouisanu dollars in bonds from the vaults and loans them to a friend for Timely Advtee. Now is the time to provide yourself siieculalion, 1 be friend loses and sui ctdoa. The loss can not bo replaced, is and family with a reliable remedy for discovered, and this places the bank in bo el complaints. It ia almost cvtain peril. This gives rise to a meeting of the to be needed, and do family can afford directors, and the crime is fastened on to be without it It costs but a trifle the assistant cashier, who is innocent and may be the means of saving much The real thief is present and is the affi suffering, if not life. There are many ancee of the daughter of the governor of different remedies in use, but Chamberbhe has lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Arizona, a wealthy man. sciden tally learned of her lover's guilt, Remedy is undoubtedly the best 25 and induces her father to come and 50 cent bottles for sale by W. D. to the rescue of the bank, but his offer Driver & Son, and all leading druggists. is rejected by the solicitor who has pri vate reasons for wishing to crush the For Softening: the Skin. assistant cashier. She unceremoniously Allaying irritation, removing roughness, directors before the and appears pleads like troubles, there is nothto have them accept her father's offer. wina tan and to Wisdom's celebrated V iolet ing equal From these and other complications of Cream. the plot this, the third act, was made intensely dramatic. As represented by "Take it before breakfast," because it the company last evening it was. prob- will give you an appetite, regulate the ably, the most impressive piece of dra- bowels and cleanse the system of all immatic work yet seen at the Grand. This purities Dr. Henley's English Dandelwas the climax of the play. ion Tonic. Sold everywhere. The last act brings about reconciliawas and tions a pleas-aexplanations, and bit of pretty stage work. Messrs De llelleville, William Morris and Orrin S. Johnson are fine actors. Mr. Pendleton is a very artistic impersonator. So is Miss Rodman is a very Mr. Mordaunt skillful artist. SoareMissee Maude and Annie Adams. Miss Tyler is the noted beauty, Bessie Kirkland, daughter of Gen. Kirkland, of Nashville, a prominent REDUCTIONS it Confederate soldier. In short this was a strong company in every way. AMUSEMENTS. Thb democratic party of Ohio will not do much toward whipping the McKinley ticket by starting out with a row in camp. And that is what it seems to have done. It has smeared on war paint until it won't be able to notice a McKinley opponent if it meets him in the There does not seem to tery about that new lake be any mysin California after all. It is made from an overflow stream from the Colorado river. We shall not be Undersold by any house in the city. JENNINGS, LAST & THOMAS, WiAitlit MC5 WRIGHT'S. Our Bonafide Cost Sale of Summer Goods, Parasols, Summer Silks, Straw Hats, STILL GOES ONTrOTJATT Wool Challies, Not an bargain for tage of it. tine. It enlivens the most regular beauty by adding freshness, purity and brilliancy to the complexion. 3-3- 5 o 0 I. I. so- S. Highest of all ia Leavening Power. U. prompt attention. Correspondence licited 2106 Washington avenue. WRIGHT Nos. For Pare Liquors, fine old wines and whiskies call on T. Wolletein & Co., the newly opened family liquor house. Country orders given 63C per Yard. bargain, but a Better take advan- to-da- y. of Slippers received yesterday, added to our great stock of shoes, gives us the most complete shoe department in Weber County. 3-5- 0 All bright, beautiful and fascinating 1 Stripe China Silks, 45c, worth 65c. Plain China Silks, 70c, worth 95 c, Our Regular 2.25 grade of Pui de Soie Silk, Marked down to 1.25 , women are made more charming by the artistio use of Wisdom's famous Rober- - H Printed India Silks, 65c, worth 85c. Biunders" at the Grand on August 4th. John J. Ingalls will speak on the 20th of August on "Silver." And Robert Ingereoll will be here Sept 3d. There can be no question that each of those men, each the most famous of his time in his sphere of intellectual greatness, will pack the Grand from the Ladies Shoes will sell at the ground to the gallery. following reductions for this Notice. week. All parties who have given an order for an enlarged portait to the Enterprise Soap Co. agent will please send correct name and address at once to the EnQ ualitv reduced to $2.50 terprise Soap Co. 171 South 3 east. Salt 4 00 C )uality rpn rpn rn 7.05 7J Lake City. reduced to uahtv reduced to Q 'uality 375 finnfl uahty rfr1nrfr1 tn 4.50 7.00 Quality reduced to Sum-lYU-UA- Egyptian Crepes, 35c, worth 45c. Wash Foulard-- A Fabric of Great Beauty for Summer wear, Reduced from 25c. to 15c. Shoe Department a great many of our because they know with Mr. Francis A. McKeown, manager shoes are the best of the Pueblo Mineral Palace, for three that our of the greatest attractions in the United goods made in this country States. These are nothing less than an when and can the they oraof three buy the engagement greatest tors on this continent (James G. Blaine best for the same that price alone excepted.) Talmage, Ingalls and Ingereoll. Talmage, the most famous inferior goods are selling why preacher of Modern times, tteecher and should' they not be pleased ? Spurgeon excepted, will speak on "Big 4.25 Q luahty JlUlIlij. for Extra Values at Extra Low Prices! In our Great Attractions. Messrs. Bowes & Koch, of the Grand will please opera House, slosed a contract last night customers Fair Women. MflTftP The Prettiest Fabric mer weart Reduced to 25c. Sells in Denver for Forty-fiv- e cents. J. BURT & BROS. 2327-23- A new line i t Washington Ave. 33 J. BURT & BROS. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! BUYERS j - WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT rwiI ft I le Jewel urano ABSOLUTELY PURE CALL EARLY. 360 24th Street. To the Mercantile Men! Most merchants are converts to advertising, but they do not all recognize advertising as an art. To advertise effectively, one must first make known what one has to sell, and on making that known one must put the goods on ebhibition in an attractive form. We do not conduct an intelligence offce, nor do we edit a newspaper, so we can not make your goods known, but we Can assist you in displaying them. What your shelves will not do your SHOW CASES HAVE TO. IIOLIDAyG"OODS Brad-street- 's ago. OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION! ct Notwithstanding the drain of nearly reports the condition of New York banks better than it was a year Silks and Summer Dress Goods t h road. $70,000,000 of gold for Europe, -- IX- Ut If Utah should become a state it would be ruled by the Mormon church. And church rule here would stop all capital and Gentile immigrants from coming stop them Bhort off. And that would take all the bouyancy out of property in Ogden and keep it out. Real estate would fall rapidly because there would be no inflow of buyers. Such discouragements would keep Utah in the control of the Mormon church probably for fifty years, because there would be no growth of the liberal population. The banks are getting frequent inquiries now as to whether the Mormons are likely to get control of Ogden "again. The writers say that if such is the chance they desire to sell their property The Liberal party is here.forthwith. the defender of the property of Ogden and Utah and to have it disband would be a positive misfortune. Every liberal property owner should keep this important fact in mind all the time. NOW FOR BARGAINS it neccesary or us to run two eei4t.its.cts at u. tirewet t:na; tc j ia order that our ex S3.sy b Lgnt as puskable, and to pec Orcumstaaoes Are not necessities, nni f'nd a market only when exhibited. The Summer Holidays are p.pproacliirg nd if you are not well provided, now is the time to make a show-cas- e pay for itself. We will venture to say that a good display is as valuable as a good salesman. Soliciting your recognition of our line and your patronage, we are Very Respectfully Yours, IE OGDEN PAINT, OIL & GLASS COMPANY. While there look at our Peninsu lar and Ohio Steel Ranges. iniuinfl niMinnn 0 rtn NEWLY ESTABLISHED- - T. WOLLSTEIN & CO., life, Lip's l i.e and fines. Domestic and Imported Cigars, Ale and Porter. We make Family Trade our Specialty and will promptly deliver goods to all parts of the city. Mail orders solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. Box 133. 2406 Washington Avenue, OGDEN, UTAH.