|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1890. 'r. u "r'AnJ"! thouht!a though to man was editors liars. y 1'tifi Bra. thought!!. tth his Hroa q rtroiig rii.ht arm reached . .. .. an j that CVnigr. did m4 keg ago bit iiuestiourd LU f.r ibe tuau UTAH. OGDEN. mal copyright Ian alien thumped huu. and pommelled him. and It as. IHt time i rajiu appruM-tiiiitu-rthuu until he kktJ orie than uld the Wtml lliht the iuwi 4 Oleo Biurt tlir b BATIRDAY. tATi !;&.. VH.jm wougm a Is imt that tin fray, atd to lLi oi ure ll an then,, lie. in Jo Utter in n hi tutu urn T IS I M. here? il a ,, , the IILI rs lut MT pruie. i. airily VU1I. M. . ., !...;. Ij), Lu thi? veracity i.f the rauui I ui - aj ,4 to .li:iijia a.. 1 i;it!i-fiuo- f , th ktunk MM, a Mis. Mj hakl ilinn'uBf n. I ux - I:vr'-liu- r the uabnkHi hut Ui-- t Ihiter papi-rSO 141. Pt muinUlXli 'ul U r..l!o. UJiinrurtiU certain hari-Uh an f.iuru m f d rr a iii m jf ti. prot-UaULuhj HW, tiriort, Ui a'ivjjic, $UM is une of the Btrsiu:t tln ii on rexrd. ijutvrr-- l and iiiirtiU'-',-jt lUirasrrJ ia tli cuj at "i emu mxut It. r It is. liieiT, m.tfe an j Oik-ffIwti. It it V huptJ tint th t Ijnjf Iif to the uiil atit-utViUj.'ft-- r uiort? Kiriftly j ordu fjr rtitilatii,si IrWi B'rtcvam' r w!iv man. he i t thtr iut-rdi'U.-sj-Mhr-zf huMi:the lhnn for j,i,iiiotia labor, fin a ai.ti to Iitial or Atl r.imtait'i.rv.iintf rtxnill hr 'tlf-- il tjiarkW KucU-al ; hehold! the THE I 'OMMKiiVl tL I t hLJMillVi t of a shower to Ihr Ouitut ( in. I ita. turns the w ithered of THt iin-- force of NVw Vork ii tuw thit . t i me K'eea as an ajtii nieauow. 1 have of iu work the eiit'iii.'.'.l the rerountlL'if A h!CH VALLHY. no (latietiiv uitii that vhieh ' lEutmd at ttj p..i!)in a! Ifelt I l. . t,. . inhabitant-- ) of that eily. 'Hie federal f irl.i.is hearty lauhh-r- etijtette A well re-- ; la iruuni9Ma tlirwj;;i th mails a Sec-j when th tsun ' H IJ. lo !;- - h:iK just rettirt;il fr:u ifiisuii returns Ibe llrrukl Kay, lire de- - lroe the l.irk for Kiiij.-iiiBiattM-.is rising. I have no patience, either , itiirt'e-rand ami au therefore ex um.it hawn fertile tti triji, ..t lutein i .. .i , ! .... . . .... ti... n,ti. i!omh1 tlie I has heeu don to ti:e .... j r un .t th. I,,!,,,!:.,,, , , .ui;Uy iis fur iMtrth a IdJ.o jrreat .i.jiiU LIBERAL CALU ,j r'tii-o- ii Uil- - r;;; iticlerw tL'irth: hut dot t.riirht. rt.iita.'ious S;;;.kf. H' e'Te!-- f Uijiire city. CaJl for Precinct Mrtwtintf of the Lit.-b- ! hilarity with i! quick Jieal of luuijhter iirtral ri.rri-- e nl It rfiji rt nirof I lis jive u i of that to ke-t- i our Voters of Weuer Gou.'ity, t ( k't'i.jiT 7. all election take. il.uv "f I.' .r!i m jf ltrri rti;,. i l' vou heirs iu tum-fu- l hartuony, t X. 'it Like the of i.i to lii li ll. rt tselie Ae;i ever he;ir of a tilliaa who was fuil of "the w fine ruit ui iw h- -i j lu l ..i Ui of i .. r I i of Unit territmy mi the institii-jii- .tir.'-i.,tiot- j of liini .r, or ((in, kly uioved I , .41 r'r U vl men u.ay shoA their I". f'T tlie fl'X1l'Hl f f .M.i.-- i la:ih titiou Fe at a i' .ii t l'! lo Saiita " fi.mud .'V i::vi TiTMt.tri tl rMIVt!IIlii .. .. ; l!i. i!Ue (' rk'-r- , or coi.tort their f;. c.i MI ! 1"! , V)l u ij i.f (!:., I. r, v, last war. As :i rithi the lliiiirr:.tx of rtiK-- i iiie:t:ii:;i;i. rs Miiii. hut their incri. i i .'to tii ' I ii:. nvu,.i, fwn HMlh it jtt.il !!i ;i: iCeul.i hm .o" riioel.t is iis tlt.r-rei.- t ; liiii' ttiH 1.. li rl. :i t.. the . j,,., , ,,. , , from the lu lln. I i i, . I f..lorah:i lo ft.i'.c- i.ttltrUier of jf, . ,( t.ien ;,n the c:.Ji of ;i to i. 0:;.fti-i- j u. I!.', 'i.. ri;n un.j.i i, (i l 'c,;:, ..(.!. . I t.:-to linl r al ihivrs frotn a laiiadtlik'K KUil in. l ii nli..,w i. t n tiie triiri..' '..'lil ii'l,' ittin-- ii.iiuij itote a:'aarit KlMlL'l'!llV.t Mn'l ..... I i.l s;.ni of iiioriiiiic iiiCiinlv. f 4. ',. i'. tt i Khcihi M li.' li rr.filtrt fiiiiii.il e :1I1. Tfiinl c i.u "r inrl limii! i. ; i,.,.,. .f li, mo i. -- t i.f lL- - v.iu!c jm i.!f. ui Ko'irrii ( i: 1. u 1'r.i ii rt ,, ii i? .. ii r..Mt ?i' ;..fi li . Iht :1 . -' Alx t!t the Vi uiu.-biiiiii r nf ( r t 0:1 t t (loveriior 1 tMltlil-Nliiii o! Ni'it 1 irl. W hi; .It V, V.., k ie't Ij. n i ion iti Ni - ii'i, I ii (J'1, Utntlli-- I Lull.' f..ii .l,i: ' mini,, i : t 'k i 'lil'iv of w...s his refit-- il ti. ll.'.s V. l! of 1. r ri .) Mr. IHIs 1. titnr;;e Sii.a!!'). . KirM O.'.l. ii the iiur.-limpn touniicd bv h at c- i- U !l! , Sitiui'l i i'..a Kirs' the ll,, ..'a, I ms there ii ii.trdly a siij'jiort. r of the porter of tlie census. Ttiir.) .. ; i ; tl.c ' tiri-al Iliitain fuvcriinicNt in ,.rli. a circular to e i. h hotns l''!t latter iddri-Kourtti listen ' Hiiiitovulo governor in the union proKiuuiii;g cer-- ! n tiieicii.u.is nn.l in..ti'if, cturc.s not of tiiereivnt anvst-iiJ V.len ;. in in juries regarding the Mate 11 iweier liintH keep liacr villi lii'w ri'li UOj tiiertl Ireland. the fit, tit fi r AU respond.Hl cheerfully Viw . W ti ld 111:1V and they miiiioI e tii.l :A evtcad the he, he W1VK. (lie ami riuiu 4'ity ".". fully with the solitary e.xct i.tiou of ; Slatrvilli the haif has them of of the t'ti r;iii.ll. Kmpi're state who procedure ileprived H;irriiille their Hintticance, and it is the jjovero-ttii-n- t refused on the ground that I'ncle Sam Lyiiiif llarrinttn no '.'.'.'.'.I','.'.'.. I right to know anything Umt ami not the XatioualistH, who Mill had NEWSPAPKR ENTERPRISE. haiiKvjlli the state government, flirt action reWelicr I Wt Buffer the ' by profeeution. calls bin somewhat famous declaration: WlllMIO HiMir ...... "I am a democrat. It is quite. Demo.",. . I Civilization mid pmirrtMi are dimply Kirnnlnla 1 Thk I'arin elltiou of th New Vork cratic to claim that the national govl' iii t a li There m no I indehteil h newni'ttpern. ernment has no interest in the state . ntd haw diwoveri1! Iho rennon whv governments, T'rfal to realm of wieneeor art that doea not but that sort of DemoTli iMiwatxf clivti-- in tli for snake cracy- is going out of style and Governor rfK tinviiicU largely owe ita development to iitwMiHr j ""i'y 18 will niort at tl.f City Hall in lK..n on Tuiluy. U nayg; A new remedy, or rather liiii does not help his fiersonal ambition OrtolnT 7tli. at 1 1. nu. lo a romity rune enlerprine. Even jtmtiee owes a heavy mmwor wTcn, ikm turm of uttire w ill bi ttin to debt the keen and tireless rejKtrtere, prevention, for snake bites has been dis- very much by adhering to iL on tli (lay i.f aiiMiiiimnC It i ur'iitly nv - aim who hnve in a niiinlier of earn found covered in India. If you wish to be bitqiiMtml that aeh (.iwrinrt 'lTt il.'l.:nl.will attend tli conTciitu.n. ami any ten with impunity you must take large attend i eiiiptiwuntd to ai.iK.iiil an criminals that haveeacaiied the vigilance Indianapolis News: Even there aitortiatc. doses of strychnine daily two years, at ia a deplorably large demandthough Iwwt of the bands organized for the litBy onliT of tli ounntr amimit tea. that morbid and prurient minds Jn. ii. l .LKH, CliKirman. of detectives. Hut in no branch of the expiration of w hich time you can be erature there F. B. Dkvoto, 8ocrtary. is not evidence, as Mr. investigation and discovery Las greater bitten by cobras or any other snakes prefer, asserts, that the average of reading work lieen done by newspaper enter- without the slightest danger. taste has a downward tendency it cerA PUBLIC DRIVEWAT. prise than in the explanation of unknown tainly is not true as to The Again it is reported that somebody New York Sun may be newspapers. lands. will be It rem bered cynical and it is that long it Thk Commercial, believes that when has attempted to kill the czar of Russia. quite as much so as Mr. Ingall- s- but it the progress of the city or the urgent was the money furnished by the New One is not an example of necessary "sensapeculiar thing about the dispatch is tional York Hrrnld first sent that M. Henry demands ot the citizens require it that chronicling of immorality" as a it does that not state whether czar the popular caterer to the tastes of the averstreet car lines should be put on any Stanley to find in the forests of equato- was hurt It says that a train in age of reading humanity. It may be street in the city. No street ia too good rial Africa, at the name time, the mis- which it was only believed he would go, to truly said of it, as is often said of other and a fame will that Livingston sionary to have a line of electric railway on it Warsaw was wrecked by obstructs 11s newspaper?, that nothing appears in its columns that when the needs ot the people demand it last as long as the continent be explored. not w ith aproppety placed upon the track. Probably t le be read in themight circle. family Tnis true Zut f there is to be one street of the city And now, with the return of the chief story is not true, for the Nihilists mi st of the majority of the leading newssaved for a driveway, a fashionable boule-Tar- of the expedition comes the news Sensationalism long ago have learned that there is little papers of the country. that street should be Monroe ave that s part)- sent out by Frank Leslie's chance ot is disappearing. Chronicling of immo-alit- y a wh train on wrecking to PiibijHhing company has almost disappeared. To the explore Alaska, 11. Iczar nue from the river to Thirty-f- , rm of Russia "'V - ,u veries of Kf 1 .i. - a clean level thorouf average of reading hurlLmity is due A" jiIgovernmerv Mi u nrm Varefully largely tha.credit of the ii ui yin exneditioi THE COMM EI CIA L. i -- .r1 ' tr : ' nt ' AT THE OLD STAND! g j irrtit rfvt to- Cummcrc 'f" earit. li, ,..;.. L CLARK I. n; .,- - la.-fc-- wjljrv !! With a Complete Kin t r'.n'. l- -f i- - SON iikkI.--. f in o d j & Wht-revt-- -t i li;. rwrt-MHOf- e m j j Diy Goods, Clothing - HOOTS AM) SHOKS. ' ... lJ islai-torv- i J ' ' ' y -i HAI(( i.MNS IN AlA. Willi N''v ami C'hoiti JimhI.- - 1 'A UTM MNTS! fitm which l Si'Icc i j- 1 li- I ! I I t- - , ; - Ml.-- WATCH Till: 'i: PA (oi- - SIMX'I.M. 1 IK I A IN 1. t .l 1 j t l . ; lirMv-i- 1 i f l't ; -- 1 Ui-iii- ! TJUi COMMERCIAL , , ',. : OB OFFICE s I'l.-tt- SiijHTi-jte.i.h-i'- l )l, . Maintains its Established Reputation for turning out exct-utiv- THE FINEST JOB WORK 1 d IN TI I Ii WKST. IF YOU WANT ls Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Visiting Cards, Business Cards, Statements, Bills of Fare, Circulars, W tj IIIIIHT, S. lltll. J etiiJaaii n n III tma.t 1 - Hand Bills, be " ' i" - . .1 1 t s Envelopes, l-- ! y , i I 4 pi magniticeat . driveway for the I VHti are turned towards that land of vast rl" wrt for the Nihilist evening speeding of road horses. extent, wonderful resources and great chance obstructio czar's train placing beby Tits Commercial does not mineral riches. There is probably no the track. lieve in excepting any street from beof equal globe part of the ing UHed for street car purpoees, but extent, as known little so CURRENT COMMENT. reserve should it be deemed proper to Alaska, but enough is known to lead to one street for the benefit of those who the belief that its gold fields w ill prove Pueblo Chieftain: Half Lung is drive fast horses, Monroe avenue should and richer than those of Cali- name of a Philadelphia Chinaman. greater all menus. Owing be the one reserved by off than bis relative VI un fornia, Australia or South Africa. In is a sizeofworse to natural circumstances and conditions view of these Denver, and thinks of emigl at- Lung, enterthe expectations, ing to UoIotbuo Jiprings ior me win ter. no east and west street, under any cirprise of the Frank Leslie publishing the taken from should be cumstances, company in furnishing aumuonai inlist of car streets. What Ogdon need8 formation is not only timely but valu Kansas City Star (Dem.): It is an- in an exnounced that Governor Hill of riew other things, now, among just able. west to make camj ign is York street-cacoming restricand no r tensive service, In no other way can he gain pneeches. tions that are placed on the company NO CAUSE FOR ALARM. so intelligent an idea of the magnitude building the lines, regarding the street and solidity or tne uieveianu poom i(i the states. to be covered, could result in good to In view of the enormous expenditure great agricultural the city. of local capital in building enterprises A school girl coming home to report, in Ogden during the past year approxTHE WORK OF CONORE88. won two prizes, says the C ucinhavinir enterare fears $7,000,000 grave imating remarked that tine 01 nati Commercial, some citizens that there will The session of Congress w hich has just tained by them was for having the best meinory. matters in serious money stringency Being asked what the other prizi was closed has done a vast amount of good be a next year. It affords us for. she replied: "For the life of ne, l work for the country, and some very here much pleasure to be able to announce on can't just now think what that wait for." poor work, a whole mass of work being the authority of one of the best inbrought under consideration, but not- formed financiers of this city, that no Colorado Springs Gazette: Ouri Asso withstanding that fact it cannot be disOn the ciatad rress dispatches yesterday had t Buch fear exists. for cause six nonsense on the railroad puted that the session lasted five or he says, eastern capital will ffood ..deal .of 11 11 !. a;iu.J..ii 1 10 months longer than it should have lasted. contrary, is luuicmu in situation it vjoiorauo. . .1 flow liberally to this city of push and understand:1 'A T' tTI ress tne fooled Associaieo.; and has why "monkeyed" Congress and the building boom can forwards Biich rot rom one 01 tne pt with public questions in so weak a man- enterprise and se pers it would appear the D. & K. Ki. now on with still celerity go "safety, of number a th it ner generally important was deprived of any connectidn with bills remain unacted on, so imiwrtant, curity." Salt Liake. As a mailer 01 tact, me railroad situation as far as the D. & Ii. G. is indeed, that it is thought likely an extra Thb prospect that the Pacific Short concerned, has not changed. session of Congress will be called soon to finish the business which should have Line will begin active operations within a few days is highly gratifying to the been attended to months ago. Lincoln Democrat: This is a very bad However much good work was done, people of Ogden and of Utah. The Com vear for back number politics. Judge speeches have ability of a cerand many bills passed of both local and mf.rcial, confidently predicts that the Mason's tain sort, so have Butler's sermons or on this line work of interest. active national beginning Baxter s saints Kest, but these ancient Foremost among these may be named will mark a decided increase in Ogden's standards would lie mighty poor the- the tariff bill, which is as good as business and will cause a marked rise in okarv and give mightyofdoleful consola tion to the Christian today. Judge passed. It provides for a reduction in the price of real estate especially that Mason's speech of twenty rive years ago the revenue, while at the same time it adjacent to the terminal grounds. That is a voice rrom tne tomoe to tne em adheres to the policy of protection. Of the Pacific Short Line is to be an Ogden phatically today spirit of this year's pol almost equal importance, and, Indeed of road thoroughly and entirely is shown itics. greater importance to Ogden and Utah, most conclusively in the The ComAspen (Colo.) Times: The statement is ihe law authorizing the monthly pur- mercial's interview with C. K. Banthat the Louisiana lottery chase of 4,500,000 ounces of silver. The nister, published yesterday, Every man is now made peoplo never desired to secure a fran for and woman in Ogden, for all are equally chise in Aorth Dakota, and that the agi dependent pension bill, the provision the World's Fair in Chicago, the admis- and intensely interested, will hail the tation was started simply as a lever with sion of Wyoming and Idaho as states, day with gladness that the Short Line which to move the Louisana legislature. and the original package bill are all begins to throw dirt on the Ogden end When the lottery was started in Louisiana the Royal Havana was doing a large measures which will distinguish this of its line. business in that state, and the argument work. was used that it would be better to keep Congress for the character of its The people of Ogden have the greatest the money at home. When the quesCongress deserves credit too for havtion of rechartering the concern eamo ing defeated the Blair bill. This bill reasons in the world to be extremely well up, the lottery people talked about goa offered Republican satisfied with the city. The next by having been ing to Dakota, simply to revive the old senator and being supported by a conwill see wonderful progress in feeling by which their original lease of siderable numler ot people in the north, Ogden, and the reasons why this predic- power was secured. It is evident that, as they have fattened off their gigantic might have been expected to pass. In- tion is made, are because of Ogden's adhave not lost their cundeed it did pass the Sonate upon a vantages which have been so widely business, they ning. Senformer occasion. Its defeat in the advertised, and of the push and spirit of ate this year has killed it forever. It the citizens of the young city. There is Lincoln (Xeb.) Call: Editor E. E. was a pernicious measure of which, for- no questirfn about it, Ogdon is to be the Brown, of tne Alma Tribune, went to tunately, the country is now rid. great city of the west. The Commkrcial Ived Cloud and personally looked up the But there is one matter with respect has confidence in Ogden's future, as the record of McKeighan. A MeKeighan took exception to what Bro-vto which the action of Congress calls for people well known, and it is well satisfied "upporter published concerning the record and adverse criticism. Thisisthedofoatof the that the people have the same confidence. called the editor a liar. Some men are I w Tt ia 'Jk they should.ftuch Vpous literature dropping from the printing presses of the country, but it is not commonly regai ded as the best, and the worst of it is morally not as objectionable as was much of what was most popular one and two centuries ago. Newspapers, however, better than books, represent the average reading taste and it is incontrovertibleit is well known to all who have been readers for even a generation that there has been a marked improve ment in the moral tone of the press within a few years, and the tendency is strongly toward purification and the re jection of all that is morbid in character to give room to that which is instructive and elevating. Little Note Books, ' sirs, Xhere isY A Receipt Books, what the readinitraoiv be. Theatrical Dates THE COMMERCIAL OFFICE A.nd Get Our iPrices pi InT MfA Rl n S, PAPER RULING AND BINDING Nons'eiise. The girl who is often lost in admira tion easily finds herself in love. Elmira Gazette. "Did she give you anything. Bill?" asked Bill's fellow tramp. "Yes. She gave me the cold shoulder with plenty of sauce. Harper s Bazar. Mr. Brumford Chappy A fellow told me today that I didn't know enough to go in when it rained. Miss Edgerly What a want of tact ! Life. Sunday-school Teacher" Love thy neighbor as thyself." Who "is thy neighbors?" Little Girl Please, ma'am, the folks as borrow from us. Puck. He (sneerifigly) It is because your meinory is so short you have forgotten me? She (sweetly) No, it is because I am told you are so very short. Epoch. Mrs. Faddle Thomas, if you were to meet a Knight of the Bath in English society, how would you address him? Mr. Faddle It would depend on whether it was soap or towels that I wanted. Somerville Journal. "Well, Mr. Bronson," said the dominie, "I hope you derived profit from the services this morning. "Sir," returned Bronson, inclined to be indignant, "I assure you I drop business on Sunday and attend church with no hope of profit. "New lork Sun. Miners' Strike. Daytos, Tenn., Oct 3. The Fitchland and Nelson miners struck against a re A duction of wages recently ordeied Twelve hundred men are involved. The stokers deny that they intend to go on strike to force the company to dis n labor, and have pense with made no demand upon the directors, but only suggested that it would be to thb advantage of both sides if only union labor were employed. Despite the pacific utterances of the men the troops at Chatham continue under arms. IN THE BEST STYLE! WALLACE, SMDIS Railroad Construction 3. The Railway Age Oct Chicago, will tomorrow publish a summary of the railway construction in the United States for the first nine months of this ar, showing that 3, . b2 miles of new road have alreadv been built in thirty-ninstates and on 212 .different lines. The total construction for the year is estimated at from six thousand to six thousand five hundred miles, against five thousand two hundred last year. e CO, (INCORIOIATi:i).r Successors to WALLACE & TAVEY, WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. ...J1'9 ritory. G"1 l!'"" in Ogden. and the Lar?eet in the ?T,fx,cK"'?I,li.h"'w"1f,.i?trt AND WELL SELECTED. non-unio- America's & Merky, Dobson SOLE p mm? ) him Ter- Atterbury, d Cot AGENTSSQLE & Co. AGENTS MANUFACTUE11S OF FINE STIFF HATS, Lmed and Unlined, in Lidit Weights.