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VCDl'S DAILY COMMERCIAL: TTKSPAY. VFAiPVAVf 17. THE COMMERCIAL. t t frf; 1! Y. Iju UTAH. brth ia li e fert-- 1 tbaa. V.Ve: - JIJ b lLat tr p -- by proy. . at. tO&fctXJU TVtSDXV V.b aU,pp".if - - - OGOEN, dl i4 i4 "s ? oicuwj "- F.--t of .'Ltod l lii -- 'i- jf J -- jr-- l T"ETT-al- K. FEFECaET AMUStVSENTS. YlJltiUil ib--t fiu. Ji!i years . e- k-?- t a d UU--liil- ! i 1.1 P-- J n d jt-a- Uii-o- o a fifty-thre- e - oj.eJ e ir, Ix-e- THE GREAT SIBERIAN ROAD. Russia wiil commence an enterprise this spring w hich will not only be an undertaking of groat magnitude, but will effect great results in the settlement and civilization of a large portion of the eastern continent This undertaking is the construction of the Siberian railway. It will be 4,810 miles in length, and wiil connect Europe with the heavy populations of China, Japan and eastern Asia. The cost of the road is estimated at 100,000,000, and should permanent bridges be built over the great rivers Obi, Yenesei and Lena, the cost will be increased. With this lins in operation, a bridge over Behring strait, and a railroad through Alaska to connect with our American system, the citizens of this country can visit Asia and Europe without making a sea voyage. Ore of the novelties proposed for the World's Fair is a scheme for dropping a car of peculiar construction from a thousand-foo- t tower into a huge basin of water, in order to give the cccupanta L a PrfUU!S, Um, aaa StsJMt tuenl fr but be a t- ir-z- v - . : r".iriic Uirf i - :.j U 6Tif- - BIie4i- TL tbP ojK-ai-j- VlKfi Ail ;. ti..rfcoJ a tight But -4 fcigLt Mui-da- U. i e it- J of Oil Lai trt-- "'.COO tho first inLU-- r i l- Monday and Tuesday, February 16 and 17. hr TIIK LEADING TRAUEWAX UebTtiia r tLf t. O.'dU, ib - FREDERICK l:i AsiUj Uen. ly fe tbH. e -- prcss?n'.l. Toe in able PrtUrkk U'arde. hsiiiJ t llarrinjteaMrCt of U: play Buchw tLat Le Lia reaLy but ofe tltvrt art io hch Th j4ay was y of Carl.uai rkuti'M reoJ-rvJ I. e II. a evt-- r, )! dj hiat'lt the justoa rapUt one Lich ia act tLu de-pk- ta and eompany ct "ultimate actors Mueiliiy iiitt, grauj repr.aratttuKjB, productioa of !Lakpeare' Mrs. 1). P. stU!iiCT Wi--- WAKDE - mialfi por-Uav- HENRY VIII. fr -d- o the ortfaiJzition of another the I)emo-- t retic-a- nd possibly to three wore the Labor party, the Prohibition party and the Farmer' Alliance. Possibly in numoroua political pur-tie- s there ia "much wutlom" aa in a multitude of oounwF unlet "too many cooks epoil the broth." It ia to be earnestly hoped that the political broth will coutinuo to be all riLUand that the increase in the number of oooka may give bettor opportunity to select chief cook of superior merit Doubtleus it waa to aid in thin very important selection that a new candidate for the chief cookship was put in training last night There ia one feature about the organization thnt Tiik Coumkuciai. ia giud to earnestly and cordially ooruuieud. That feature ia the fact that prominent Mormons took nn active part in the movement That they wero earnest and That aincere, cannot be questioned. they intend to stand by and work with the party they have joined, is equally true. What does this mean? We believe it means the wDini of the day of emancipation for tah.Let the Mormon people as a body bocome free and be free from church diotation in politics and the day will have come. When the Mormons vole as cozens and not as church members, nrtr L further Va can be objection, not another c urged against libera. k yercising nolittoal individ Ality thef I deserve Ireciation and receive good will and Yl quesand will free themselves II iiosition, tion or cavil from a censurl lieir re it u no one a bUBineea w! ligious doctrines may be; a J Ig as they do not conflict in fact anJ At'Tt with t he laws of this nation an! It he genius of American institutions. 1 They have mode one great advancf. yLct them make this other advance, andVhen they will be found in the march of progress, keeping stop with their fellow citizens. It is neither to be expected nor hoped that they will be all republican or all democrats. This thin? of extraordinary unity should be replaced by such diversity as certainly comes when men think und act for themselves. When it does come, it will be safe to intrust Utah with statehood, nnd not before. If tho members of the People's party will do as the members of the Liberal party are doing -f- orm and intermix upon new lines of politics, there will 1h no more antagonisms, social or political, in Utah between Mormons uwA Gentiles. These are plain and fonrless words. Hut not one word has written to wound anyone's feelings. They have been written with a sincere and earnest desire to aid, as far as possible, in a noblo work a work which will sweep away tho autagoaismof years, make thi3 splendid territory a grand commonwealth, and place its star among those that form the constellation on tho Hag of our common country. OPERA HOUSE! Li Frciderk-Warde a Canhnal Woolsey and Mm. D. I. IVe as Queea Cat!ieric tbetliifll of WUrfj-of the bteoktug of aa .uibiikxis Tuesday night, great double bill, Shakespeare' comedy etitiUed Led tLe rva. ho tad Libet place man, in Eulacd'a reaim wa sooif thu g grand, enthusiastic and calling furth Many a ttxir of ryaipathy was Trelerk-- Wyde as Sbyjock and Mrs. I. P. Boaera as Portia, to be fallowed by ia the lar'e aud intelligent Shakeepeare'a comedy au.iieoce at this highly ffet-tii-f itiie. Mrs. ItiaeM as tjaeea Katlierins now ha world wida faie. Laxt evening she came out stro'igly in the trial scene and Frederick Warde as Potruchio. the audience aixxrdcd her an ovation. of 1.00 tieaih were, and IIM. Sale of svats oomuence Friday, Feb. IX .VI, 75, f Prices. The vision and au9 civr-fKtuebat aumbre. but never has this trying act been more beautifully portrayed than by Mrs. IJowers. Twioe ahe wa's called before the curtaia. Hie company throughout was a' very good average. I. W. Turner in the dual role of Duke of Buckingham and Earl of HOWES A I IIlLLirS. r and Uanasen. Surrey as worthy of special uiettion. Anne "Catherine Mi. Coggswell ts Boleyn presented a very pretty picture and acted her part with eu- aud jrruce. introduction of the minuet iu the The for president in W1 It could hardly second act, at the fete nt the cardinal's be said in this case that the ith is the palace, is an innovation, and a very fa her to the thought," either. pretty one. Altogether, the prediction in the of this company is far above the hands As exchange define a squaw man, or average Shakesiierean production and who marne an U'arde ia fast Uvuiuing a leading tar a white man Indian "a man who among American tragedians. woman, as Tonighttho favorite of bhakepenre's wants a wife who will work for him and "The Merchant of Venic ," will be allow him to go eix months without plays, also a now.vereion by David Gar-ric- k given, of Shakesearee "Taming of the changing his shirt Shrew" called "Katbfcrine and Petru-chio.- " Lovers of the drama, It is stated that science is oow able to superbly rendered, willlegitimate enjoy a treat draw platinnm into wire strands st tine and the house should be packed to the GI1KAT COMEDY. that twenty seven of them, twisted to- doors. gether, may be inserted into the hollow Mari Waiuwrhrlit. of a hair from the human head. That will be a rare feast af f uu at the There is very thin both as to the wire and the on Friday when Marie house opera ' story. THE MOST AMUSING OF ALL PLAYS! g Wainwright will be seen as the sprightly Iloonoy-moon." of "The and ppirited Juliana A Clkveuano's positive This charming actress now declaration against free coinage of ranks as the foremost interpreter of the silver is a severe blow to his western lighter heroines of the legitimate drama. admirers" lie couldn't rise above his Her reputation is national and has been eastern environment, and dwelt too near steadi y increasing. The New York Herald says of her: the dwarfing influence of Wall street "Her performance is a symphony (IXCOItPOKATKlJ.) of de"The Honeymoon" she has Goodby, Grover. light In to show all her talents. O. A. It O. P. opportunity is a great piece, combining both fun and Ti-eas- . Sec. New York Citt has a "cats' home" sentiment Its situations are as humorwhich is supported by female cranks at ous aa any in the language, and it has a considerable annual outlay. The also much real feeling and delightful rocostumes worn by Miss r would have a big job in mance. The and SINCE PURCHASING THE her company are said Wainwright Gotham, if he started in for thorough to be remarkably gorgeous. They are work, and it ia sad to reflect that so Spanish, of the 17th century. The commany of his victims would be of the pany includes Barton Hill, Wm. F. Owen, Percy Brooke, Blanche Walsh and , gentler sex. Louise Muldener. fex-iet- m-.r- GRASD I Mix' Tf xc Par v last U-- rt today fi 'r a a. 1.2. I past-itroi,:h the Sjm rr--l T PjrLE'Sf jj iMai far Jtti that Ulr!y -t ot:t t LrvtiLrf uX.s U .te ! aa rjLHFtMtr H'ljrijoa f jrcj,r tWr o;j'.iiic of li e new U.riS Utod at !1 Fiftv--ji.ri of publiaL- - tL r?alt a foIW.: hat L ma popularly suppoer-- U be Lu:.drtvl aaJ t.'".y- tbwuaiidt aasoai. lurt orth. Itootrreti u law rrty at 7 mu V oata. eifc'Lt think the cew la will bt!p the IB n'i'M iJxH t aitnuni tiiirtv tlousuiu ow Luodrtd fiiK ofur to, faroKs. Mimtii'lil. fri. Local dWa report aa mLf!Li; Oiiok it ill nut; aiity- ouut I ir. I'la. anj thirtv-twinterest ia real UiU sod Lae every fuUT Lui.drnJ fcil tbouaaud ail !! at OJra. rtaa. tu tl'lt at r of (Katoj-reason a kiuk for to ith Soiith unprcd.t-of mm iKJa are ia fvur J u au a activity ia tLi line. thousand Aiotrk-a- , toty-tnare not; sixty hundred and La a new ciir.e Pouts THE REl'UDUCAX PAKTY Of thousand two hundred and tkirtyii UTAH. to reotprucity with Canada, explosive profanity. It u ealJ ecollete are tbouaaitd niue huudrd Liuov.'" Djwo, in Sa't Luke and thirty-cin-rir U Jl'.- 1U and two favor it The vote in favor of Citf. tbi-- call it "cuasia. U Rvint kin dnd; loni hva the kiar eLou'eJ Cauadian reciprocity coiiiea chiefly from when thaext-iUbtpeople of Pram Sakah DKUMUKDr Btili continue to southern farmers, and the vote breath the the one with tnaounwd be the champion trunk owner, with a they from the is no tarif the chieh'y against death of the oU aovemfc'0 end their al- southern farmers, the northern farmer record of I'll, but Mr. Martin is a good ruler. new legiance to the second, preabing her closely with a re Uiog almost unaoirooa'y for it There ia a ktrikic analogy in the cord of IOC birth of the KttptiLlican party in thia It is reported on good authority that Do.Vr trana-lOcity last night, if it be proper to forget the iron works. A ue has decided to bestow upon Stanley and paraphrase the declaration at General Bxth,to help along his work eetfciful plant for the smelting and manuthe bfsinninji uf this article: "The facture of iron is w rth a dozen railroads the gifts among England's Liberal party ia daaJ; lie the to the prosperity of a city Uides, it from the the great explorer by party." monarch of Europe and other admirers. bring the railroads. Dut the analivy duea not apply when Theas im lu le jewel of great value, it is considered that the orjratiiiatiin. of The New York World says that cups and kindred articles the gold lead to this new party will inevitably liiaine will be the nominee w -- - at hich is &VXVXX). It is thought that the influence of Mrs. Stanley ia largely accountable for the philanthropic idea. At any rate, the project will receive the approbation of all charitably-inclinepeople, who will accredit the famous explorer with a generoeity which would bo a crown of glory even to a mau whom the world counts among its bravest. aggregate value of d I)k5vrr capitalists, having determined to start immense iron and steel works at Colorado's capital city, are now looking about to Hud iron ore to feed them. Ogden has the finest ore in inexhaustible quantity and is now looking for iron mills to feed it to. We prefer to have our iron werks in the hands of our own people if possible, but if that may not be, there ia littlo doubt that outside capital can be fcund to invest in so promising a field. Our iron interests will be devel oped before very long, either by local enterprise or outside intervention. Title large and cultured audience at the Grand Opera House last night was lig u. MCRCHANTS OF VENICE obrd Katherine and Potruchio, i, GRAjtD OPERA HOUSE! A XIGHT OK LAUGHTER! Friday Ev'ng, Eel). 20, '91. ONE NIGHT ONLY! TIIK FAMOUS ACTItESS. MARIE WAINWRIGHT, IN TIIK ITHE HONEYMOONr Gorgeous Dresses! Splendid Cast! OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY (Y. a credit to Ogdon. It speaks well for our citizens that they so highly appre ciate and so liberally patronize the legitimate drama. And it is only simple justioe to state in this connection that the performance was well worthy of the fine audience. In the reign of trash which holds sway over the stage nowadays, the occasional visitation of really As old lady in Boston, Over eighity meritorious drama is all the more en joyed on account of its rarity. years of age, is trying to eke out an existence by making underwear at four Throixjhout the length and breadth cents for each piece, including buttonof our fair land there is more or lees holes. She can only make cne dozen clamoring for the Australian ballot sys- pieces a week, and so earns less than tem. This method has been pronounced half a dollar for a week's work. "The the fairest and most honest (because it is home of culture" is likewise the home of of uoeessity fair and honest) of all the much misery. plans known for handling votes. Anyone who objects to it lays himself open to SHERMAN'S FUNERAL suspicion as an opposer of honest elections. We cannot adopt the Australian Extensive Preparations Both at New ballot too soon. York and St. Louis. New York, Feb. 16. The remains of Is tho current issue of The Forum General Sherman dressed in full uniSenator Carlisle has an article in which form will be placed in a casket in the he whines: "This year we will poy 1133,- - front parlor tomorrow, but until Thurs000,000 for pensions, and thecountry will day none but members of the family-wil-l bo permitted to look on the remains. be fortunate if its expenditures for this funeral car will bo placed on the The n short of 8200,000,000 year." purpose stop St. Louis fast express of the And if, dear senator, wo show by this regular Pennsylvania road at 0:30 Thursday expenditure thnt the nation appreciates evening. Tho train expected is to arrive and has the justice to reward the gallant at St. Louts Saturday morning. The procession in this city will be nn services of its noble defenders, then the one and already arranged imposeing money will notjhave been spent in vuin. that more than twelve thousand lueu will be iu line, including many military If President Cleveland deferred to the companies from this and adjoining West Point will of the people as voiced by the press, states, regular army. cadets, marines and sailors, grand army he would till the place of tho late secre- and loyal legion. CJommauder-in-Chie- f tary of the treasury with a western man Veazey, haR orof the bimetallist creed. There have dered the posts on the route of tho boon in this imjiortant branch of the fuueral train to form at the stations and salute as the train The legislasec tures of New York, passes. government a number of gold-buMaine and New Jerin have who retaries!, reality represented sey today took suitable action ou the Wall street. For a chango, wo should general's death. St. Loris, Fob. 10. A large meeting have one who would represent the whole of representative citizens, G. A. R. men country. and others, was held here today and committees appointed to perfect all arThere is pending in the Colorado rangements for the Sherman funeral. and Grand legislature a bill authorizing the pay- The military oforganizations this and adjoining states posts ment of a bounty on sugar produced Army will be invited to participate. President from beets grown within the state, the Harrison and cabinet have been asked to same as has been provided for by Utah, be present. Kansas nnd Nebraska. It is well that Cuieagro'8 Request this industry be encouraged, as local wrestChicago, Feb. 16. At a meeting held production will do much toward necessities it was decided to request in life of of tho one yesterday prime ing from the grasp of the brazen monopo- the? name of thcGrand Army of the Republic of Illinois the actual presence of lists. the remains of Gen. Sherman at the memorial services to be held here. Mr. Joseph Fitch, one of New York's Strong efforts will be made to have the Assemblymen, has sued the Western remains taken to St. Louis by way of Union Telegraph Company for if23,000 Chicago. damages, because they carelessly deEulogizing Sherman. livered the wrong message to his wife, Lo.ooN,Fob. 16. The Londou newswhich has caused the latter to suffer this morning contain long obitpapers from nervous prostration. The right articles euloglslic of General Shearuary and the dispotch brought good news, man. The Times says: "His death rewrong one told bad news. . moves one of the greatest heroes of t he great war, and impoverishes tho world's The Pocatello (Idaho) Herald con- stock of mihtarv and renown." The Standard says: "Refusing to be gratulates itself in an editorial in its drawn of politics, Gen. into tho last issue in this wise: "The Herald is Sherman ODjoyed mire the esteem of all parPocaof the acknowledged newspaper ties, and died without a stain upon the tello. People talk about it and threaten lustre of his arms; as free from reproach as from fear." to Ur and feather one of its staff." 1IENDERSIIOT, Manaser. PAItMELEY. and fool-kille- . g - Ogden City Steam Entertainment Extraordinary. , On tho evening of March 3rd Oden's lovers of music will have an opportunity of listening to the largest opera troupe presenting grand opera in America. The Emma Juch company carries 110 people and an orchestra of forty musicians. With Miss Emma Juch at the head of the company, supported by such singers as Chnrlotta Maconda, Louis Meislinger, Marie Freebert, Payne Clarke, Leo. Stormont, E. N. Knight nnd S. H. Dudley, and a chorus of fifty singers, we are insured of a grand performance. Miss Juch's company opened the new Broadway theater in Denver, playing a two weeks' season there ond is just now returning to New York after a very successful season on the Pacific coast. The company has all the properties aud costumes of the defunct National Opera company and the American Opera company, than which nothing more magnificent was ever put on the stage. Biset's "Connen" is to be tho opera here, ami a very popular one it is, the world over. The expenses of this company are so great that the prices of seats will be raised to ?2.00 for parquet, $1.50 for the tirst rive rows in tho balcony, $1.00 for the balance of the balcony and 50 cents for tho gallery. The sale of seats will open at the box office Tuesday, Feb. 21. The Wheat Market. Chicago, Feb. 16- .- Wheat steady, rather firm early, but later became weak The opowing sales were about l1 higher than Saturday's closing, eased off reand then rallied , later declined covered some, and closed about higher than Saturday. Receipts 423,000 bushels, shipments 190,000 bushels. laundry We bare added many Improvements to onr Fine Eqnipmept, omplored Experienood and Competent help, and are now prepared to givo our patrons m as Can lie Hal in Utah. We intend to Lead all Competitors in Quality of Work, and leave the Quantity an Appreciative Public Give ns a trial. to OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO. Tel. 173 25th St. Itear of Keod Hotel. DON'T BE DECEIVED BY GAUZY ANNOUNCEMENTS Overstocked! ! OF Cut Sale! Closing Out! Etc.! They are only Schemes to Work off Stale, Unsaleable and Shelf-wor- n Goods. Old Goods are expensive at any price. Quality and not Quantity is to be desired. We do not have the accumulations of years to offer to our patrons. -- Come and Get Our Prices on New Fresh Goods! J, UTAH GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO. 2300 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MPS TroyS a Lawy GEO. A. OBAIG, PKOP., liMng flat ta ItuUonaoC Homes M Sears the Standard. It superior ozoollpnre proven iu milium of home for more Umn a quarter of a contnry. It i uxixl by tho Unite J StRtre Oorortit'nent. Endorsed by the beads of the Hreat UuiTerMtine til the Strongest, Purest, and mwt Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Rakinir Pimlr., .i.w. ..,. contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Sol i Cse4 i if Sow York. run ur.il yrt 'nua o.ni.T ban Franctrco St Louis, Chiciwo, Remember, l am the only Laundry man in Ogden owning Aid operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Uehverv.