FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1690. OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: UTAH. ,o tHl'i a mb .:- 1 ii mm, lab. t 1 www m few - w tksiwa tbc asib - &-l- of the Liberal County. tM of the UUfal Kw uamatkia f wiii to kW w Um iwnl-nnruuW'rtuatf Umi cooalfea liatoMajf, trtow t, allMwl tto !U.fvUiekri'u(k4Kutu Ui to al Nalt La. 1 cmlunal euata Ul of Crthr. iJM. Iaallia lB oa Ito tk tto , (woe! Third um! riaeu aaoej fourth Owdr. bmHiut wUl to brhi si tix and fourifc ntan. 1b tlx I iral. Mod, Tlurd practnctasa-tiMknaaiioats will (jIm 4aoa: (uImmtibc at urtW at to jp(to Roue Call tor Prwanot Meetin Voters of Web C aa-- ol toM .freaWaKuurt Prwrim PraruM t Ml Hall fdaKrmwl Orul - arhuul buua tioua . t Dtia Prwiurt i nanus urt f ourta ura Ilia territorial euaaenuoa im; A- . .. etwr euautjr i ember vl ciAmmim to wtur entitled at SA. each tireeiurt ia ttia cowil? avail bo antiUwl to Um fuuowui aumbar: First Oirdea KmvmhI UaMea Third (WiM kourthOtfiioa 1 Hunullie 1 E4mi J I I riortb Ogdea Plunt Vi flaia Harmful ritj fUstMTill I t Lynoe...... aUrriolta 1 1 kUKwrill W'MtWetor .. I 1 ViUm HiMMr Bivanlala 1 lUntaa 1 Total Tha dlwata nloctml io tb wnral prwinrta will mct at the ( it jr Hall in Oitili-- n on Tuonlny, Ortotor 7th. at 1 D. m.. tu aciwt a county mm-i nittne of aTa, wbiiM Urm of oHw will bog-iioa tba day of apixniitnwnt. It la urifi'iitljr wlto that acb procinct anlnct will attoud tha eoomition. and any dxlnoata unable to attend ia empowered to appoint an alternate. By order of tha oonnty rommitue. J no. U. 1 iLaa, Chairman. F. B. Dev'OTO. Senretary. Copper, Lead and Silver. Bar silver, New Yobk, Oct 2. fl.13. Copper, etagnant; Lnke, nominal. Lead, quiet and stronger, doinentio,$.'i.5.'i. Tin, almost nominnl; straights, 124. THB MORMON CONFERENCE. The announcement is officially made confert that the ence of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will be held at Salt sixty-firs- rkit d pro-rkto- a Opia-aun- fr't JJ a CALL. LIBERAL Tliird Oadra - AT THE OLD 'STAND! d semi-annu- Lake City commencing on Saturday, iViar a Thin mnfAranna will Via tinn most important ones held in years, urul tM J-- pna-urui- pm-Uu- 1 With'a Complete Line of & SON, Hta-iiabl- Oood in e Dry Goods, Clothing IJOOTS AND SHOES. - rti. HAUOAINB IN ALL I)K1AUTMEXTS! With Now aud Choice Good from which to Select. g a u es 11 a pound, propriety. Certain it is they have made The price has fallen below themselves the laughing stock of the en- and it ia believed that by a new process tire people by their false, ridiculously it will shortly be reduced to a few cents false, modesty. Of this the Chicago a pound. Pott says: A showman billed a small town in There is a sizzling corner in the nether world for those Brooklyn school teachers Georgia some time ago with announcewho want Longfeliow s "HuiUling of the ments that he would distribute "luck Ship" expurgated from the list of school stones" gratis at each performance. books on the score of erotic suggestive- These proved to be painted beans, but ness. A red-ho- t sizzling corner, spiked a and with white-ho- t points perpetual the recipient of one of them has sent him feast of tlamo, colored scorpions with f 100, with the news that he had been pink toe nails and tish hooks on their notified the day after he got his "luck tails. There they will sit and sizzle and read Martin Furquhur Tupper, world stone" that a deceased uncle had left him j without end, amen and serve 'em right $2,000. Ever since the most might? and puis sant Edward III of England picked up Hon. E. IL Conokr, wl$ has been my Lndy Salisbury's garter, which she nominated by the President to be minisin a moment of inadvertence hail droed upon the turf nor was aware of ter to Brazil, is serving his third term in her loss until she saw the bauble glitter- Congress from the Seventh Iowa district ing on the rovle calf there has been a Previous to his election to Congress he rule of conduct for men, women and was county treasurer two terms. Mr, school teachers. The king rebuked the the war courtiers, who sniggered at the Bight of Conger was in the army during the garter, saving in the bad French of and attained the rank of captain, receivthe period: "tloui soit qui mal y pense;" ing from the President the brevet of whereat the courtiers hung their heada conduct.,, He. came gnf triumph and chastened joy, Thus have tney come. ' THE METHODIST WOMEN. Shall Women be Admitted as Dele gates to the General Conference ? New York Sun: Daring the months of October and November the Methodist laity are to vote on the question whether women shall be admitted to the general conference, the legislative body of the church. Elections for that purpose will be held in every meeting house; they will be by ballot, and members of 21 years and over may vote. So far, there are no strong indications of what the result will be, unless prevailing apathy as to the subject foretells the defeat of the proposition. When the question came up before the general conference itself in 1888, the decision was against the women; but if the wish of the laity is different, it will prevail in all probability, and the rules will be if Hence, accordingly. changed Methodist the generally (women 18G8. VoIowain At are desirous representation her than in a aatifneral L conference.- -' they n oteontiieir t ttlfi if""""' rv -- 1 r m m fcs an Sal Vv aa CURRENT COMMENT Leadville Dispatch: John ii Sullivan, The nlavwrurht iis angry, the niiM'l having been written as a melodrama aj d not a lines What anybody can see in Cthese ..atl . I - man of jvvsinary the world is made .notpiain u the Duirilist actor, is drunk ugiln. me But EPUTNAMi One Price Clothing House 302 St. Woodmawsee Blk. Twenty-Fourt- h Hats, Caps, Clotig, Fuming Goods, Boots, SHOES, TRUNKS, VALICUS. Sold at All Goods OGDEN, : CHICAGO PRICES! : : : : WALLACE, SMUM UTAH. & CO., (INCORPORATED.) i Successors to WALLACE & TAVEY. WHOLESALE gtions. sic necii prominent ivitiesS and, as in m mSp And lo, from the shout prolonged and loud. That to the ocean seemed to say : Take her, O, bridegroom old and grey ; Tiiko her to thy protecting arms, With all her yonth and all her charms, How fair I How beautiful she is She lies within those arms that press Her form with many a soft caress Of tenderness and watchful care." WATCH THIS 81ACK for SPKCIAL IJAHGAINS and .. 1 icaraugua Wdle-winge- d I a i r i ii with a loo i, . peace seems Tp nave spreau yer genue ilor father'a doff. pinions over the civilized world. It will H saw the for.. ,. f his ctumianl Bride. rn Cassar now be in order for some nr oiu811 They fell-tl)or,Ull Augustus to issue a royal proclamation, id shouted, chee The jaded fteera, like the great Roman emjjeror, anPnntiug Weath the itoad, nouncing that the entire earthjis barking DraKHWJ'down the weary, winding road x'frtiw captive kings no straight and tall, to be in the sunshine of harmony. Jut in the shorn of their streaming hair. meantime armies are kept in fighting And, nakod find bare. To foel the stress and strain trim, new arms are being manufacOf the wind and the reolinft main. tured, and men of war are be ng built She st arts she moves he seems to feel The thrill of life along her keel, and, spuming The time of turning weapons of war into with her foot the ground. agricultural implements appears to be With one exultant, joyous bound She leaps into tlieocean's arms, distance in the future yeti some assembled crowd there rose a hkh tn iv- CLARK I. L. " will doubtless come up for dis- and be either rejected or oflicialfy nd Viv t.Vift nhiirnVi I the present time the Morm in a critical condtion, Th ither renounoe polygamy and withdra: wa from politics absolutely, or be cruel out of existence in this country. Congress seems to be in earnest and this course is the only one which can be taken. As a Christian church, the oeople of the United States have not a word to say against the Mormon church, uor Against any member of that church who does not transgress the laws of the land. But as it has been up to the present time, the people of the country have been fully justified in what they have done to control and regulate it There has been no institution in the country which has been so objoctionable to the feelings of the genuinely patriotic people of the land as this same Church of Saints. The prac, Christ of Latter-Da- y tices of that church were repugnant to the laws and offensive to the people. Hence the great opposition which arose ana wnicn nas maue liseir teii in ren- laws enactedj plr rd 1 meet h rWcxsd 4 ARM-rk- a Mtwr Kim Ie.-4ii.t- a at tW PoVu& at Og4ra, I'Ufc. tor trasaiainri-- n .ti.t vt U. aai ") , mitrrmma aawall It ia miaUy Stated that tLa lata Ke.ei J. Kt&dil TlaMia l UK frw- - ti I IM, t4Tl. ZeVrrei I , vbanrituusi aaaMnauna OkMt - tvwrii.in,ia aiwaaaaa Tn fawtol. A3 iMi imu i la .ik thm iWr l--f IJcfl OdlUilU. wavi.i W thm eaw m t ti a TMJa a tn) &r. Etoo at tto Tb Ua al eatTOa U 'A'yucmj prw.tr Uto n Ha amditkm IXja as GMUmi U.. trva of h LaxTai. m fteskiUe kl an llat hafcury. V uidy it ijtMy truaof in train awvm-bttitm rLun-take dooJUl. e&cud cLjo local fW. Hwhaww-rcttwd lU amm "m . tilM tL autbf ia Piujtkk at is rati t.im Mt enlitwn a aiuuber tf tjoaspiamt trom who do a tiiti cither gtral oriirrt iai cuua- ia Nrtcaaka. TW vM tuttr t gt tbrir ppe aaxt b aod b LLWafL aad it aiJ iurctly or U aatrafUufii U th prmmAmt tlrfa ka tha Lvnato U of tha aaupioy for oomawaD)! to ih tjailLfal he a f re for all rat, to tou and urhtw h rti luute oa Uieaa aiMiduteijr l.a'UiiuP plural fturTM?, atirtad to Unlaws, Tax tariff bill ba it Lmsu a law, fur the prexrtit taW of affair. aa it will in a few day, ecst&is a ef TU territury el lUh kt directing that tba tali ti forcers Sinus CltT Journal: Vhra Ifcery W. Ui pucKilatiua tntiUie W to 4 ana ahall beretaftcr b titutcl quar- Grady was puUifehin theGjiBjmalt . KiiaUB a a atate, but aba will rarer b terly by tha director of the auict tujate, tLML, a wai beru k aJvrfta ia hi adnuttod ao lucg aa tb M irawti ehurrb Mr. Orady it" aiktj. "Bubudv m it ia aoar haa euctnj U tbe territory. STKawaeaai farming pays ia Ecgland-Froadvert-rtii- jt small a , iH .iadlMfura tba a single atrawberry firm at penl luanwuw Wanted, futv caw-a- na tons if rxKiartit Ut tha alaiuie it Utah the; firm's naiii. It brought s crowd of oo the proprietur got bkuked the strert rsle. that TH.A U .fur muat ba fully aatitiSad tltat tba Muraiua aa aaiount which at 4 eecU a pound, with . Li . than fctm-baa raauuanai pulrgaiur and a turooMT ut adver- liberal bacame and corn the tvlge that other arik hava U aUdiaheJ. H5,uja tlatY. nor ara not yet atiafil, Of tLia tLy railniad The opinion of all practkal will tby ta until they know that not Kansas Citr: "The ftm J V. R. cause a herein the men is that the cutupaa in the middle kev to the uclyduMi the church fofbiJ thia army took it rise w found in but that the tarai-l-- r wet must k for a oonaid?rbS falling Salvation i.A nnral liarai-tr uf the oeoi leaho uf that church do not practice off of tonnage brfore long as rult of are uniformly of the They it comiMjae crop eburtiiga. UUh nev has a crop pour and lowly class, in iirnuww-gauizm- l polygamy, and that tha political pu uf tha pfMHtbutal i duatroyed. shortage. religim ha been steadily away i'rom the unlearned and k ly and the The CoMamiat. ia aiixtuu for tha Tub "Kreutzer Sonata" stopped a puor. Except from this category of the prospwity of Utah aad twagnhum the breat h of Catholic church, which, be it said to it a taU would be wedding and caused a suit for McKenzie imperishable glory, haa never become fact that admiaaiua M. I1L R. a great buum. Ileooa it is aarriet!y promise at Ottawa, out of touch with the humble. read the book and backed out of his Meanwhile this separation between Mormon tha when for time tha hoping Floand the with Miss the organized churche church will throw itself into Una with marriage engagement The widens and deepen. in Harrison rence consequence. earneet ba an and the government supcongregations become more select The masses multiply, xne preacner porter at that government and ita laws. The Ogden canning factory is not hermore capable a a brilliant es From tha preaeut conference much k alded abroad very elaborately by its pro- sayist The neglected multitude be eipected. comes more nungry. Ana oui oi meir prietor, but for all that it is putting up and thirst out of their sufferings several hundred can of vegetables per hunger CRANKY PEDAGOGUES. and needs, out of their instinctive yearninstitutions of one ia the many It haa seemed to tha American public day. It ings for something which this world can not give, out of their inarticulate appeal that the Brooklyn school teachers who that make Ogden what it is today. to the infinite, out of their ignorance, made such a vigorous protest against their passion and their grief, is born alumiof of reduction the The price Longfellow's "Building of the Ship" as this procession of the street with its red soon it appears in the school readers, have num bids fair to reach a point shirts and it black bonnet and it common use. tambourines and ita passionate songs of etppped clear beyond the boundaries of where it can enter into Bet tLi MMEKCIAL. common sense. solution Denver News: A joint up of queer creatures, House yesterday authorizing the passed and these are pedagogues among the the Dostmaster Now if the Mormon Church will do to exDrtnd 810.- the queer. 000 to test in small towns and Williages away with polygamy absolutely and will queerest of the system of free delivery. abolish its theocratic political assumpIt is reported that Secretary Blaine is tions, these objections to it will cease and it will be regarded as one of the re feeling remarkably well over the outcome Denver Times: Boston is over two ligious organizations of the country en of his reciprocity suggestions, which he hundred and sixty years old, Chicago is titled to the full protection of the gov considers the most satisfactory of his not much over fifty. The forlner has ernment and the respect of the people. long career. The Washington corres about a third of a million pobulation, the latter over a million, iris shows Undoubtedly there has been a wonder pondent of the Omaha Bee says that he how things have gone west duiing the in sees the reciprocity amendment to the last half century. The discover! of cold ful change in sentiment among the rulers of the church, caused by the in tariff bill an opportunity to greatly in California in 1849 and the ricf mineral in the Rocky Mountain for fluence of its leading, thinking members. increase tne markets United discoveries ten years later have hjtd much country soon as and as the bill to do with ths rapid peopling of This change is noticeable in many par- States products, thj ticulars, but not until last week was any is approved by the President will get country west of the great lakeii sign made that the church recognized at work at once negotiating treaties with P the necessity or advisablity of taking the South and Central American nations. Helena Journal: There is noth ng "off" any note of the progress and advance Brazil will be invited first, as that is the this year in Colorado. A fu', Btate ment of thought and sentiment among most populous, and the others in their ticket is to be elected, and both parties order. Secretary Blaine has, indeed, are after victory and its attendait tropits people. and scalps. The xepublictns are The proclamation of President Wood scored not only a great personal tri- hies led by John L. Routt, who once served ruff sounds well. It gives the idea of umph, but has set in motion a policy Coloradoans as governor, and hi adminprogressiveness and of a spirit of obe- that will redound to the honor of the istration is recalled with pleasure by dience to the law. But it doesnt go far Republican party and prove of incalcul- every good citizen of that statu. The Democrats have named Caldwe i Yea-ma- n enough. It is not couched in the lan able commercial benefit to the entire of Las Animas. Routt wtl beat guage usually employed when the presi- country. him and beat him bad. Colorado has dent of the Mormon church requests his its war horses, and among them iaRoutt, followers to do or not to do certain While Utah is developing her won- who was never in a losing battle. things. And for this reason the Ameri- derful natural resources and entering can people look upon th proclamation upon an era of prosperity, several of her Kearney (Neb.) Hub: There are sc;nie with uncertain feelings, uardly knowing eastern neighbors, dependant on agripeople who do not care for the wholfl what to believe of it, whether it is to culture only, are experiencing the hard earth, yet want a little spot be it ever be taken by the Mormon church as a times that invariably follow poor crops. so humble for standing room. For this command or is simply a ruse to lessen Such is the case in Kansas and Ne- reason, perhaps, a number of good people of Nebraska object to Omaha playing the feeling againot " - u urch (or rather braska. The latter state is especially the hog in this campaign. If the motto its practices.) In mt.. g to entitled to sympathy, as, in addition to of the metropolis is "Omaha against the church policy proclamations tin., .. ja.'iy hard tliir.R, .tin, may not be so very difficult to if the throes of a pro State," it"counter-irritanta"t the " a polls. gone out as an absolute command hibition campaign, and has to feed and applv It will not profit an Omaha Republican with the of head the of a stamped authority pay horde imported "workers" for anything if he should succeed in electinir of the church as the will of God. Jim Boyd and thereby lose his own soul. the amendment ine uniy fcxclusma fle Dry Goods more numerous than the ritory. GOODS ALL KKftf) WELL SELECX If they wanted to carry the dm. they could bring to bear an amount and men. kind of influence; which would be irre' sistible. The opponents of the innovation of course refer to St. Paul's discrimination against women. "Let your women keep silence in the churches," says the apostle in the epistle to the Corinthians, "for it is not permitted unto them to speak. It is a shame for woman to speak in the church." Yet women have always been in the habit of speaking in Methodist meetings, and some of thencst effective exhorters have been found among them. Methodist practice is dead against the mm Another ground of opposition is that the admission of women to the conference will be used to induce the Methodist church to come out in favor of woman suffrage. Undoubtedly it would be a step in that direction. It would stimulate Mrs. Stanton, Miss Anthony and the whole company of woman suffragists with new and high hopes. Their encouragement, too, would be with reason, for the possession of such power in the church would be likely to awaken in the Methodist women the desire to wield power in the state also. They would enter upon the rOad to publio life by entering into the general conference. But their apathy regarding the forth coming elections must destroy these grounds for encouragement The Methodist women do not seem to be conducting any campaign in behalf of their reights. We do not hear that they are canvassing for votes, though it would be for them to turn the scale in their favor if they were disposed to make the effort. The Methodist discuss the subject to papers some extant, but it does not appear to be engaging the thoughts of the great body of Methodist women. They seem to be indifferent as to the matter, and it is therefore doubtful whether the elections will bring out a large vote either SOLE argument ind the Largest in the Ter ill JOT" AGENTSjllSOhE 'AGENTS MANUFAOTUERS OF FINE STIFF HATS, Lined and Unlined, in Light Weights. A LARGE: - AND COMPLETE LINE OF way. That is about the way women stand with respect to woman suffrage. They are not waked up to any interest in it, and their instinctive prejudices are against it They refuse to follow the leaders who would conduct them to the polls, but rather turn their backs on them as not representatives of the sex. Nearly half a century of discussion has not aroused in them the desire for political power with its consequent political duties. They can have the suffrage when they ask for it and yet they refuse to ask and snub those sisters who show any anxiety on the subject It will be interesting and instructive to see how the Methodist elections turn out. . -- Two Murders. Trot, N. Y., Oct. 2. James miU from Saratoga Denton, shot his living four wife doad a id killed himself this afternoon, ijg is believed to have been in sane. T'"V Blank Books k inmm -- AT- TIE COMMERCIAL OFFICE No. 2-10- 4 Washington Avenje, OGDEN.