|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN' DAILY COMMERCIAL: TUESDAY, OCTOBER I3t 1890. ... Till: OGDEN. CCTOBi TCtSVkt. irtil I MuU Burnt ... at uwpUNl. l. UTAH. it- IX iMmMrf mm. l4ra H. I L&. rt ILMtM tu. W tiU. It - bkv. li tonal T UbajctM Tlu4. NWif4 t1! imiinr-t-- 1 THt i.iUUKU (M,utm Cm, I t EbImv4 at tiaarim utter urn mu r mumik. daa. C be Hrnl to "U, KBUsJUiiU alur-v- li Of PMtofin at tnnwt ta Ctak. fur Or". fcmwHln mtMiit m If EETINO Or THB LIBERAL CLUR - gm-Latu- t. Litxrala are varacrtlr mjUMted tu at trad. J. W. M Nctt. Prw. Bt I. L. mt-Liiier- y c t.irjf, Utah. tVt. 13. A apecial meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be hold on Wednesday evening, Oct J, o'clock. at 11. Th attendance of all members ia earnO estly requeated as business of importance wilt dime before the meeting. J .10. W. MlW'iixjamh. & SON, retr Heamablt Dry Goods, Clothing tit-kt- hoots and shoes. o a Al.f. HAItOAlXS With fnm which THIS SIACK bt WALLACE, SMIM & CO., J Suwhhow WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. Within a few yeara Utah'a great prtv min-eral- Complete Iiut With e 1 OODEN'8 SITUATION. duct will be ailver and lead. Her mountains are rk-- in thme and other min erala ami the development of t)iee CLARK ,o i CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. a will briiuf Utah rapidly to the front. Utah U destined to be the (treat mining country of the w hole weet and with her rich agricultural aud grazing land will not hold a rear place in agriculture, fruit growing and ntork rnia-i- n. Thia territory haa three aourcea of wealth, either one of which would muke her great. And theae throe aourcea of wealth extend north into Idaho, went and into Nevada, eat into weatern and (olorailo Wyoming, to nay nothing of the mineral depomta and tftoi'k interenU of Montana. This territtry dettcribed ia all tributary to Ogden, aa a part only of the great expanse of uountry for which Ogden ia the aupply point, and diatributing center. It ia yet only in its infancy in development, and when ita agricultuanl lnnda and grazing tlmtrictH and extensive mineral de))otitH ahull lie fully develwill be oped Ogden queen of an empire which in extent and wealth will Iw aeoond to none in the country. Ogden ia now the railway center of all j thia grent expanwe. of rich, and prily ftfT- -' Thia city'a tinWy developed territory. wholesale trade is now nearly FJ0,000,()(O psr year, even with the tributary country undeveloped as it is. What the of Ugden are w hen development mes w ith the lapse of years is something that can hardly be guessed. Now, what confronts the people of Ogden is this: Shall Ogden hold the supreAt the macy she now bus? present time no other city in all the west can begin to compare with h of the Ogden. No city holds trade that Ogden holds, and no city has the opportunity for getting the trade nd influence that Ogden holds now. Shall Ogden keep this supremacy? is the coming great question. If the city keeps alive and active, ever ready to take advantage of every opportunity offered to make her position more secure, the future will bring to Ogden acknowledged ard unassailable supremacy. one-tent- CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS. A gentleman who has had considerable experience with the Union Pacific Railroad company under its present management, says that it is not exactly a pleasure to work under Charles. Francis Adams, who by a series of circumstances, has lieen made president of the Union Pacific. Mr. Adams cherishes, and, indeed, he occasionally elaborates, a very beautiful theory concerning railroad work. He states with apparent enthusiasm how a young man may by applied effort rise to the top of the ladder, and he then comes down to his office after an unsatisfactory breakfaet and deheads a lot of employes who have grown gray in faithful service. He puts boys in fheir d veterans out places, and the of a job, and the public must derive what comfort they may from reading a n volume by Charles Francis Adams. It is stated that Mr. Adams is likely to leave the management of tho Uniou Pacific to other hands- - Thia could be borne. It would give some one an opportunity to manage the road, and the honored gentleman himself, a chance to write another book. gray-haire- well-writte- COLORADO ood-orki- n wst ri'.r lciua. 4U dttUit be-ii- Tara will h a mutt it of tb Ofcdra UImiI prcti. at at U I'hr Hall. oduday, UcC Jb nisrlin- effixn ( n. av. fur tit aruMa tbc anxuw to tan aa4 arruiuua' fur tli W aup-pun- tdfad inn, -- IXL. wo-awotw- d n man-hiD- IWjiara4 ta tW citf at B AT THE OLD STAND! epitaph of the frrrant g iri abo the Eajaauk Herald, work Las oa industrial plaitla, etrart are ligt ted th flr with lirraru Laa of! beuig graded, water worka are actually Thia baa beea bwa ia rittea, Colorado jirl kUlr IifpuLljt-g'jUig oe. bndt are brin built crua i to know aa liiUa aa a Luauaa IL river, tad bufentsat buuM Evea the Butt aiTiuja IVmurrata do rxHikL But a wxnuaa ia WaLirtoa are ia ouorae of cuodtrui'tjua oo all not drey tlM. But the prvw-- t that could give her point ia idkay. Sh eWtrae ltLt pit til at axraJUed, and the IIwrrU iU rapture the and utier 10 axul tLua be ecaUed to aud started a fire a ith rulrt lnwioa Well, dualTM are ia active operaltuo. to tLe Kikt ia pUc U ujeanic neigbbura Will bury ber aa Patt be colW-teLerinfc tr duArrwa. auoa aa the fraatenta Trlitt at A spec (Colo.) Tunes: A reoiaxkb!a axwidi&4' tu the point tit tieer. The fruta Austria to the effect atory root Ci ood in c of du. that the authorities there cunteoipiate a It w said that there ia rty there k ia hope of tb Deatut-riktiu bill of aa silver the abandoeicir, money. atufartiun with the Mi Kicley tariff tL rottiiwof tb If this plan is earned out paper money politiciana, Lk-- ha com to be ao pro ia Europe. Uuh a pretty meU koMd baaed 00 ad ver will be withdraw a, the bu d-- w ith the g nounced aa V) dufurt eitizeoe part of it, especially the bullion w ill be euld, and gM ill be ffaira, aiid lead clause, and ha no especial objecused entirely. The story ia nut authentiin nut tUk pirty prt U . Oue of Utah'a graUt cated, and it at scarcely likely that Mich such ritiuia apt Ut tut tL ' tion to rYit-r. is lead and tle led ailver a poltcy aill be pursued; but if it is it Utfuorratie Tbfjr furj;rt ia tb prudiK-Deed not worry the friends of ailver in icditrDatiuo of the moaieat that the miner and in fact the whole population that country. The stuck of gold m too Ifecuut-ratiBitbuiLi of Coluradu are of Cub are more than pleased w ith the small for the demands made upon it for and bare atmply btteo vtand Congreta) took upon the importa- monetary purpaaiea, and if Austria should equally unt-kincrease her gold needs there would be tion of Mexican lead silver ore aubjuatod by the majority. a p.nch at auaie joint, and new frieod DKPAKTMKXTK! arc aphL It ia u- The IUjublii-aIN of silver would apiiear. Bimetallic sentUa hre tu detail the iavnea. But thia A hutting of the Chamber of Corn-me- iment is spreading very rapidly in Kng-Unto Select, New unci Choice Hood and it is more than ptwoible that ia called for a week from tomorrow plit ia atfiou enough to endanger their uch on a of Austria tuove the part lliiwerer, the matter ia Dot of ui'ht. At thia meeting every member would carry English tioanciers further 1 ital internet to the WeaL The great ehould be present and use hi vote in along toward the double standard. for SPF.CIAL, 11AKG AINK for the good WATCH gtMieral queatkm now fiertaina to ailver. whatever way he deems and any Colorado aenator. regardleiai vt of the city. Certain it ia that the city MAKIMi STOXKS. the party behind him. tuuet take the of Ogden needs the work of a Chamber boldest aland in favor of the white of Commerce or some other bod of a The Way the Stout iu the plian . Were Built. ; metal, or never face hi conetilueuta similar nature, but if the present ChamPyramid ber cannot be reorganized then let a aaiu. Nicholas: AllJJthe inagnificeot St new body be organized. Ogden needs building of Paris are made of limestone i NO -- WAR CLOUD IN EUEOPE." the aervicea of a central organization, a taken from quarries near the city. These are composed of layer made commercial body, aud the present or- quarries from (INCOHI'OKATKD.) the tiny shells of micro-entirely It may not atrike the average reader in be to shape. No less than 137 specie put ought ganization act animal. pic aa particularly atartling and aentiational. exist in these limestone beds. There but it ia nevertheless true that the were other little beings, not bo small, ' to WALLACK Ac TAVKY. U mud in the street of Ogden. Thkkk rock-old time "war eloud in Euroite" heail- an enormoua did share that of Thia cannot be helped. The presence of building. Thev have received the name hne doea not appear aa frequently in mud ia a necessary evil in a section de- "nummulities,"' from the latin word New York papera aa formerly. Poaaibly' The "numua," meaning "money," because voted to agricultural pursuits. it may be that even the average editor ia of a semi liquid nature and the their shells resemble coin. In tier-- ; mud in the effete east ia learning that in thia many they are commonly called the hoof of an energetic horse can Bend it a "devil "a money. They are so jerfectly the public age, practical most aim with distance deadly. formed that one cannot helpthinking.on great facta instead of ruutore anil Thia fact gives teamster a chance to first looking at them, that they have) pro)aitions instead of suppositions. show some consideration for their fellow been stamped with a die. In some place Hut it may be that there are fewer mountain of height are made of men. When an individual is picking his their shells. great In Egypt the layer are of rumors of war, for it ia being quite genway over a slimy crossing, stepping such extent that siuce centuries before erally axscrted by high military authorfrom one island to another, he Christ the rock has been used for buildgingerly ities that, under modern war conditions, The ancient Ppramids has enough to do without dodging great ing pur Hit O"o1 Hmim in Ogrton. and th Larirmt ia the Th Only Kirhinirf WIioIi-r- Ip nations are afraid to tight the weaker ami the Spinnx are made of this rock. IMKilM ALL NEW AMI WI.LL KLK(TKI) and colored of dark unpleasant Bed of lignite, a kind of half finished because of their mioned inability to globules mud. And yet some driver seem to lay coal, are also found amongst the rocks of , cope with the stronger, and the to this individual They halt in this age. With it is found the siege stronger because of the approximate wait for him. fotwil is which from a resin only They encourage their species of pino tree. It is abundant on equality of their opioiients. Another horses to the thoroughfloating plash shores the of the German cean. Inrea-sofor the peaceful attitude of nafare over his jieraon. They spoil his sect are often found preserved in it as tions is found in the unknowu condirutlle his temer, excite his pro- perfect as on the day they were impristions surrounding both the arms of the clothes, and thus endanger his immortal oned. The first bee of all the ages was fanity, a found in anilxT, "an embalmed corpse in soldiery aud the ordnance and It isn't right a crystal coffin." vVith is were found of the navy. Speaking more parts. fragments of flower and leaf, hs if the Alleriiory, Alifriiory, particularly of the latter, it is said to be resin dropped on the flower uriou which CTKUKNT COMMENT. a fact that naval men are afraid to test bee had the alighted, and enveloped Hhips in maneouvres because it takes too Sac (Iowa) Sun: We turn our face to both. Co. long to turn them around, and are tho rising sun: OYSTERS THE GO. M(; 18112 or W, For president in equally afraid to tire their immenae guns Thos. H. Ukkd, tntth on acotiunt of the great expense The Little Fellows Out of Stvlc and SOLE SOLE Of the United State. and anticipated serious results, such aa People Wont Eat 'Eiu. r recoil and explosion. But it may be, New York Star: Fashion has changed Colorado Springs Gazette; It is said and probably in, true that the alxtence Ah is state in regard to oysters, and larger Bles prein the that party independent of the caption once so frequent is due is increasing in enthusiasm, lxe inuo vail at first class counters than were MANUFACTUKKS largely to the intelligence and pro- pendent partv always did have more en served during several preceedinjaseasons. Blue Poinildo not Little deep-shegressive of an age that holds reason n thusiasni than votes. aw seem to ba Um rum abuimJ I Pllimr. higher estimation ( than force, and be- almost three tmi Vlarge. rnockaways, T urn mrrr w ur. imini iu u, hi Kansas City Star: Mr. HarnVfti stftl have displaced them, at leasOlor the spend only five hours in Kausas(ty,bt present. Will the fashion extoiW until Lined and Itilined, in Lijrht Weights. Thk assertion that there is a spring of will put in a w hole day at StJ Louis. what Thackery said remin .ed him of a mistakes of is the half one This fat served are on the whiuf history young baby, fresh water in the center of Salt Lake will record Hgains the presentidminis-tration- : shell? Englishmen, whose taste is lacks continuation. formed on their copper flavored natives, have complained that ouroysters are too Hf.kr Most has been run out of New San Francisco Mining and tScientiflc fresh. I don't think that that fault, if it ever existed, except in, the English Jersey. The inhabitants thought they Press: Judging from all we pan learn, can lie found with imagination, of our the had autumn mosquitoes enough without output Their flavor is the Rockaways. will be considerably larger this mines him. absolutely perfect, and even a few drops year than for several years past. That of lemon juice seem not only superof silver, copper and lead the While guessing is so populirr a fad, it will product show an increment over that of last fluous, but an insult to the bivale. When you see uneducated barbnrians CUT THIS OUT AND CALL AND LOOK AT THE PROPERTY.-"- might be well for some one to guess how vear admits of no doubt. red ptpper, salt and vinegar on spread long it will be before Andrew Carnegie such oysters one almost has a spasm of shall own all the iron works of the coun-try- . horror, and sympathizes with the imPueblo Star: There are tweney-si- x millionaires in the United States Senate mortal chef who "discharged himself whose aggregate wealth is estimated at from a noble duke's kitchen liecause he two blocks from Car Line, house, trees, Etc, $2,500 It is a good deal harder for had learned that his grace had put salt 130xl40-Corn- er, Ir is announced that Winnie Davis a88,(XKV0. to a camel go through the eye of a into his soup, "in sight of all the com- 114xl32-(:er- ner will not marry her northern lover. While Grant and 3,000 Thirtieth, His argument was that the needle than for a rich man to enter the pany." tho item is printed in the east as some- United States Senate. soup being perfection, needed no seasonft near Twentj-tirih- , :0xH0 on Car Luts, 1,000 Line, ing, and no true epicure would commit thing of importance, the west will ensuch an outrage. The chef was right and 72x132 Corner 011 Twenty Fifth, two new houses, improvements worth deavor to be brave and endure it, if the Sioux City Journal: It is about time his doctrine is especially applicable to $4,000, rents for $70 per month 9,000 lover can. for the United States to strike a blow at the best oysters served this fall. They 50x119 House rents for $24 per month, two blocks from 25th on Grant, 4,000 French interests. The first blow should are like ripe and sound strawberries-nothi- ng Thk editor of this paper assert with- lie struck at the grape interest. (Vance can improve them: no manner Choice Lots Three Blocks from Union Depot, 200 out fear of successful contradiction, that has for nine years lieeu prohibiting of ewking can make them better than come from beds. when their and unless that prohibithey Choice tots in Central Park Addition, the ladies of Ogden are unexcelled for American pork 300 tion be promptly removed now the proand the characterbeauty, 1 many JAMES S. 4 CLARKSOX. Acres New Home, Barn, teller, Fine Orchard, Etc., on South grai, course is retaliation. If France istics that make women so charming and per thinks that it can stand the test of seWashington Avenue, 6,500 rious retaliation, let the test be made. attractive. What is Thought to be the Scheme of A. P. M. General. the Count Toixtoi is reported to be weak Helena Journal: Jay Gould complains Des Moines special, 6: Politicians in and emaciated, and yet engaged on an- that he cannot get leisure to go away for Iowa place a good deal of credibility other novel, it is very evident to those a holiday, though his health is suffering too constant application to bus- upon the statement recently published his from who read the "Kreut.er Sonata" that iness. Poor man. With his annual in- in a Washington paper that J. S. Clark-son- , the once great novelist's intellect has come of 1 12.001VXX) he is more tied down late tirst assistant postmaster genbeen weak and emaciated for some time. than a common laborer or even an edi- eral, is slated for a mission to China. said is he tor. It never feels safe They see in this, as in most everything that away from his hermetically sealed that Mr. Clarkson undertakes, a scheme Aerial navigation is rapidly becoming mansion. of greater or less proportions. The story transformed from the experimental to that they tell, and which seems quite the practical. A gentlemen in New Sioux City Times: It has been the plausible, may be briefly 6tated. Several York has succeeded in perfecting what custom of Geo. W. Childs to have all dis- years ao a young school teacher named but who assumed the Smith J. he calls an arieal bicycle that is as man- tinguished visitors to his couutry plaoe, name LeighAunt, in order to invest his Hunt in a tree of commemoration their a with name ageable in the air as its two wheeled plant air, became one of literary the Coiute and de visit, Paris, Due Mr. : most intimate friends. C. 2404 Washiogton AvrDue, OGDEX, UTAH. prototype is on the earth. d'Orlesns, and others of their party fol- FromClarkson'8 the hitter's hands Hunt was inlowed this custom during their visit to vested with the presidency of the Iowa Mr. Childs nt Brvn Mawr, on Anticipations of a Hood do not till The trees planted by the French Monday. visitors State Agricultural College, a position of the people of Salt Lake City with the stand between those planted by Gen- importance, requiring exerience and executive judgment for the proper disapprehension felt by other cities when erals Grant and Sherman. charge of his duties. Mr. Hunt's apoomtem plating such disasters. The reapointment created a good deal of surson is that they are so well suppled with Denver The people prise and comment at the time, and the Republican: President Harrison liecause predictions freely made that he would s.x)ws and pontoon Ixmts the shoes of like - AN'D they feel that he is one of them- not retain the position long were soon refie women rilling the bill exactly. selves. He is a plain, strong man of the alized. After serving about a year the young common sense sort, and he is always in A mkktinu of the Liberal club of close touch with the masses on all the man, greatly to the relief of the board of OF issues of the day. This is why he directors, resigned the presidency of tho Ogden is called for Wednesday, October great is so popular. His ambition is to give college, borrowed a few thousand dollars lo. at 8 p. m. Every member of the club the country a clean, safe, creditable and and located at Seattle. This was just ought to be present, and those Liberals economical administration, aud thus far before tho boom struck that town and who are not members ought to come and he has succeeded most admirably iu by judicious investments, Mr. Hunt is now credited with lieincr a very wealthy join the organization in order that the carrying out his purpose No other man. One of his ambitions is to divert in reeeut yeara has grown president lie curried forward coming caniuigu may steadily in populay favor during the tirst the trade of China from San Francisco with all the vim and energy possible. half of his term as General Harrison. harbor to Puget Sound. His scheme if successful, would revolutionize the trade The situation at present demands earnest of the Pacific coast and greatly enhance AT- work, and if earnest work is given sucSioux City Journal: Even in old Vir- values at deep-wate- r points on the Washcess is iHissihle. Let every Liberal of ginia the boom spirit is manifesting itself. ington coast. Mr. darken is undoubtOgden attend the meeting tomorrow It finds its latest illustration in Taconia,' edly interested in the enterprise, and it in the coal' is believed hero that to further his ina new town in Wise night a id add as much strength as and iron region of county, the state. Tacomu terests and those of his friends iu that jMissible to the working force of the was begun in May of the present year, B'Kiti n. he h is h i 1 hi'.n ulf slal.U f Liberal part) during this campaign. and now, according to a correspondent of Chinese mission. No. 24 04 icteeWW COMMEKCIAL. POLITICS. Ut:ih at present may enjoy politics from the standpoint of a Rectator, and yet the leople of this territory have a decided interest in the outcome of the struggle between two great parties. In no state, perhaps, is the conflict more bitlor, and certainly in no state are the warring elements more corrupt than in Colorado. This state is closely enough identified with Utah through mutual x. yellow-amber- KILE ffifflTl'IB n cumher-s.imencu- Ita fft AGISTSV lip ) Dotal i OF ll 11 bullion-producin- FINE 'STIFF HATS, Real Estate g Ex-Fir- New-Yor- st Choice List and Acreage in all Parts of the City. B. WHEELEK, A LARGE COMI'LETE LINK ill! Books i IiiioikIwiis TiiK COMMERCIAL OFFICE Vaehint.on Avenue, OCJDKN.