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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1896. OGDKX DAILY COMMERCIAL: TIIK COMMERCIAL rlunoJ UO t4r" diaul tb a tucipiut ir Bafr" IVwfc. Uitr t!ie Jtii paT D-sr- W- ui t ttuiiu ffudiMMl ucic -J BUjie-u- td U tl tjle iiiEr-- r ttu. rrW; U.t la lvii, & U t The abut the amtrtv ui tVxirUty MUjrr but Lre rlprtJ1 t to Lear Lis. By and grt iLt-r- orj,i&er BO We-tera- . had educator- .- Haladclphia lKBXJSAL A c-- Boyle OTiSly wed to My that be Lad found the true fraternal spirit to eiit in it Ut ia convict, soldiers and rXpei-Ution- journalist The rzar of Rium k the largest of all the question of the pro- bring landed proprietors, owning an la f in poll estate hich is nearly equal in area to priety of the w hole of France, tlkere Vork think llrrmli New t ill. Lnm. oteof Ogden turn tiw nothearthly reaaon whya elergyman j Teucvsua hisia said to write many- short Lr ery LiU-nown judgement m that poems, but of th Liberal dub out the bhould hie in a bultmo and wak-- the ' the publication of thetn would not help CWnh. flak. t (EatanJ t lL rWuSc tutiigbt through a hi fame, and they are pigeon holed or aeethiDar crowd of sinner with the det roved. them marine tumjfle 14 the loading Tfl (Vmnfja iAU in t the French astronomer, affaira of rou'h and tumble daily life; haFlammarion, committed himself publicly nnally paper V NurtLr L uh and the better fr it to the rxpreared belief that Mar is invrrnxu or the libebal cixb tiai idetKwa uf approval a ruuuiig in they will preach all thewith hibitwl by eople not much different After a u week' tu4e . very Jay. animal known a practical from 1 fcrr will bp BMwtiac uf IB Oclr LiWal , Ferdinand de who was a few UrC 1Kb. at e!b l Um t ill Hli. wlfidy. Thk mJ mtat uark4 Uk turn pulilk'iana they .w ill probably resemble one of the greatest a ago regarded year rirVLTLt oflW f - BL. fur tl that the boy wltowa kicked by a mule iumI w to ln Uk U. men in France, i now a broken old man. fur tit arraignUi rr i"f im ntk-iniravur-ii- t i. they won't be a handome, but they ; socially, hr.ancially and physically, lie A wy Jn IMt Cilf aWt- m ill be !C will know more. year old November ml.ii h a ill grow an tiai icwb. Leep at) Liberal al Ij kmim(mI tottUwd. 1'.) should he survive till then, J. W. HVNiT-r- . Pra. I". K. IaTu, It wa twenty years ago this winter CI KIIE.VT COMMENT. that the TMcCoMMiiblALatill iiisu-that Adeliua Patti raptured St. Peters-- ! of Cliamoef ruftiin of the burg and received from the Emeror'8 PURITAN PHILADELPHIA. City Star: "Parturiunt monte, own hand the decoration of the order of oiiht Ut be largely attended and Kansas ridiculus mua." Latin motto. merit. For her twelve that ateM ahouhl be Uken to lace that nawftur appearanivs thia in Til Vuiti rmauim i put .in LJ Hl vht tL nwetiog ul tViaiam uu n-- f the CLuu-Lrfront tocigbt k r diM-ua-ii- i; euiitt-ter- a iiartii-ipatin- - i met-tin- j ulta , the I. L. CLARK & SON, 4 will Joka gd AT THE OLD STAND! Ab tiKXEEAL Ti--- r are at ItMu--t oiULK) votera in the city of Nrw Vork w ho nver yet La a b tilot, and bu prbably never tfrou oUi J Mml n-- M da! wmw. H4r was crowded la it will iaaa upon fwop tht tlideo tat If Saw il.!'w tAwould wa ihm muAnr.g of itLrJ tV.Mt--ii- . fipwlfi .tiw to nut a p xxy on of the the wLkh be Commjhl Lm ButKwa L b Lk fir ootufed, iLr mn drjtiLl 1 1 w it from reivitnl lban Lad a U if) (uiuaiu inj'iuJl bun. itt dufMai. ruHi Tat CoMMtwiii. aj.pre U huod ill fn ord it th Mernv, tLa Liberal elub tosight and only boj athat it aaay be h to aroUked by t) the tur at tU Cay H.U. Ut baiijfe. la ll ttf at S obbu ar bwiL IX Tia lit TP ti Lmt tkatiii. gnuo. jrvj- 1"7 tL UTAH. OCOCN, aid BiUbda, -' ; u With a Complete Line of Heanable Oood in Dry Goods, Clothing "hoots and shoes. IJAHUAINH IN A LI- With New aiul Choice CJooth fiom which to Select. ounk-lve- Le&it-pii- K- al )Utl)r - ill ! S'. j ! n-- WATCH THIS SPACE for Sl'IXMAI. HAKGA1NK it WALLACE, SMIM & CO., ; -- j Puritauirtm rauipant rtiilatlflphta. !oknel RbrtO. Ini:rmll will in that city one evraing thia mouth the Ueuetit f Wait Whitman, whoisohl, nick aiitl in want. And the tnana aftrr-wKrof Muaio.aml of the Academy irr of the I'nkm IjPMgue Club aunex. rofuHoil to thw balla for thia charit-ah- ! Imx'uuw of the if luiuna iiniua ue f G4juel Inxfraoll and the literary freedom ot Walt Whit man. What would KmI old William Tenn, who bdieved in the broadtMt ruliffiuua lilrty, think of some A the men who now live id hiarity, fu!d he ariae from his grave and look upon Htii'h hide bound narrow mindod neiw? Iimw humanity move onward, or are we returniujz to the day or Iuiit AHUiamsand the Salem witche? The . t ' Keniieuieu .i who are airaiui oi lUKerroull' lecture are prolwbly the aame pa-tthe diMchare of the choru who jtirN from Maniier Stern' ojiera coin- puny i i Philadelphia a few day since. w boily in good wurkiu e fr order. tt th.ir! ia the beut town in the and yet her people mut keep amake and on the lookout, for other jealou of Otfden'a i;roa ing toaer, are making HfdeD her If reet effort to wreet from place an lealer in the inter mountain yt l- -t j Thk mebciai. hiM simvrely that the mtvt of the Chamber culled for one week from bni(;ht will m more largely at i J lit! A " ...... " ' .. ' dintin-guiahe- AUSTRALIAN d Thesf. heretics who get read out of DIAMOND FIELDS. the churches and set up lecture halls Mining AVri'fn: give a short of the diamond industry of Australia, which is quite interesting. Dia- The monds have long since ceased to be of wonderful value, but they are still worn and still cherished by certain people as the budge of aristocracy and of wealth. But diamonds have had their day and the pearl and even the opal, once in great disrepute as the symbol of bad luck, are taking their place. However the diamond still has a certain fascination and the article from the paper above named will have considerable interest. The lirricw says: "It appears faom a publication recently issued by the Government statisticians of New South Wales that many descriptions of goms an 3 gem stones have been discovered in varius parts of the Australasian colonies, but no systematic been maue for any search has but the diamond. Diamonds are found in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, but only in the first named colony have any attempt been made to work the diamond drifts. The principal diamond fields are situated at Bingera, near Inveroll, in the New England district The government of New South Walos has on various occasions obtained the service of experts to report upon the fiolds, us well as the gems which have been from to time extracted from them, jiud these reports, it is said, have generally been of an encouraging nature. The number of diamonds found in the colony to the end of 1887 is estimated at 7,r,0tX), the largest one being 5 carats, or 102 grains. The diamonds occur in old ter-ritory river drifts, and in the more recent d rifts derived from them. The deposits are extensive and have not yet been thoroughly prospected. The New South Wies diamonds are harder and much will tor tli, in the South African dia- 1 for themselves are always saying something radical. David Swing, the great Chicago divine, now proclaims that he will "be glad of the dawn of the day when every minister has a smooth face." Well, a smooth face may be a good thing in the pulpit, but a clear conscience is, perhaps, of even more importance. Brother Swing will not live to see the well kept and ornamental beard or moiiE-- I tache banished from the ministry. j i Aftertory. filpj MSgSOLE n OF FINE STIFF HATS, ' Real Estate h, nty-Fift- Sksator Hkakst is determined to buy a New Vork paper for his son Will, of the San Francisco Examiner. The senator offered 85,01)0.000 for the Ilrrald, and was told that Mr. Bennett would not sell for r,000,000. "Then," he says, "I considered the Sun, but I discovered that Mr. Dana wouldn't sell at any price. He gets too much fun out of the Sun to sell it .So I didn't make any offer. But 'Will' is coming to New York. He will never relinquish the idea now that he season. has made his mind up. He is determined to own a New York newspaper. If we Pueblo Chieftain: That was a thorcan't buy one we will have to start one." oughly disgusted man in New York who purchased some sheet lead and was charged an advance of 2 j cents over old Thkrk is probably no character in the prices, because, as the dealer solemnly-assurehim, the new tariff made the world today whose name excites f necessary. The customer went the universal interest which that of increase to the tariff sheets and found that the Stanley does. . The near approach of his duty on that particular article had been visit to this country makes him a subject decreased about 10 per cent Cises of of discusnion at every breakfast table, this kind are happening every hour in all the cities of the United States. The and many ask the question, "Will he itself on the new duties public must visit Africa again?" Hore is what he very promptlypost or submit to a great manv said on the point to a reporter in Poris petty thefts in the name of the tariff. the other day: "Assuredly I shall not Tradespeople have a right to put up their but they ought to be honest soou roturn to Africa. First of all. I prices, to enough give the real reason for the have to give lectures in the United States. advance. Then I am entitled to a little rest. I cannot bear inactivity. Every time I Our Sam. came buck from Africa I promised myPresident Small received almost an self that I would not return, but I al- ovation in the Quaker Citv. The Tim.. ways forgot my previous resolutions, and dovotes a column to his university en it may happen again." terprise and sermon. Spring Oardm d h, Choice List and Acreage in all Parts of the City. y one-hal- nmsssim y I'ainoiio hlittmirint hail a httlo bu8inoe tranwic- giving her a hie iiensum. tion with the initwing Chamlter and the womeu is what the country needs. KnterpriM! got left. If anylxxly know w here the (hrden ('handier of Commerce Tonight is the meeting of the Liberal in, we horn he will not hide his light f.Wr- - club of Ogden and Thk Commkkcial under a bUHtiel uhhKcL - i(nn would like to impress upon every Lib- lrinf. Jant wait a few dnys, Mr. Entrrpr!t eral the necessity of attending this meet.' nnd you will find where that ing. There is a hard fight, jxiliticallyii. moet-in- g lieon in. a ha There body just before us, and to Weber county, ands called for a week from this evening, especially Ogden, the Gentile of Utah and it is oonfldeotly expected that there look for a good round vote. If the will be a large attendance and that proper exertion is used Utah stands a something will lie done to put the Cham- chance of returning an American deleber in good working order. The mem-Ixir- s gate to Congress. are liecoining arouHed to the neces-ni- t' for action of some kind, and action Thk Chamber of Commerce meets one will be taken at this meeting without week from tonight at its rooms in the doubt. The Enterprit probably lift a Peery building. Let every meiuler of dollars and cents interet in the Cham- that organization make his arrangements ber while Thk CoMMEKciAt. has no in- now to attend this meeting. Don't let terest exoopt to see the city prosper as it anything stand in the way but lie sure ehould. These little article which Thk to attend. Every mnn in Comhkwhal has published editorially Ogden, the Evening Postage Stamp to the during the pant few weeks have only contrary notwithstanding, understands been for the purpose of arousing the peo- the imjKirtance of this meeting. Hence ple to the need of concerted and eorneut every memlier ought to attend and take action. And they are evidently having an active part in the work of reorganisat he desired effect, tion. - mm I tenlet. : OUT.. , Com- - yoi'itti married woman of Nebraska ban written to (tov. Thayer nuking if the atate had provided any bounty for trip- A FOREIGN KICK. let aa nlie recently tfave birih to three lu a recent ineue Thk IKiiik.n Commkk- - younirtiter at one inninff. Three ia a viau wanUxl U know what hail become i K,KM ,Kj, numlwr, and if she keep up of the Ogileu Chamber of Commerce. , ,. fc f f tf kvitiluture ' . Wolh we don t know, but we are willing IHUl ' in ie HK IKMHKR4'IAI. i 1 proioMed meetini; co11hh1. Dry Goods and Notions. j ni'ht failwl of a quorum. Home very imiiortHnt btiitineMi detained .I 1 m nuiiilHT or member or ma noaru ana liwnc they could not attend. So the lawt m d tlOlp WHOLESALE The meeting of the board of director of the Chamber of Commerce hii h waa W 4 WALLACE n went. called for "Whoeo bloweth not hi own b'izou. j winter in St Peteroburg and Moscow (INCOKPOKATEIX) the same Khali not be blowed." Liberal she will be decorated with a ,00 translation. check. Rusoell Sage Says that Jay Gould is Sc TAVEY, SuceersrorH to Butte Miner: The Bomb complain the haaviext owner of securities in the i in Bcpub-licathat (exl not recognized the world, his income from dividend alone platform of Montaua. The Bomb being itXt,000 a vear, and his other ini either aacrilviou or forget that Tom come rive or six time a great If this i true, Mr. Gould make 112,0(10.000 a Carter refused to divide the honor. year, and hi wealth must be far more than it has usuall been estimated. Solid Muldoon: Alamosa claim an is so common in Japhn that ftet deep that throws allSmoking artettian well of the men and most of the ladies an inch t)tream m feet hixh. Some the girl beginning when they Samaritan uhould attach a hotki to it and smoke, are about 10 years of age. The ladies rinne off Tug Wilxon Warren. have pipes with longer stem than the men, and if one of them wishes to show Sioux City Time: Opinion is atxut ' a gentleman a special mark of favor, she light her pipe, take a whiff, hands it equally diviilinl an to the sincerity of the to Hrr flood Houn iu Ogdon. and tbe Larffvrt in th Th Only ExrlnniTO Whrli"l him, and let him smoke. Mormons in their recent apparent chance tilOIS ALL NEW AN1 WELL SELECTED. of front, but like any other people who The IK ht Habit. h ive Ryxteniatically and continually defied the law of the country, they will Sioux City Journal: Any competei.t lear watching. observer in a city like Sioux City canuot fail to note that the eople in their daily- Philadelphia Time: If one woman transactions are reckless in the use of lost ParadiHe for man in the fall Rome time hk, her daughters ever since have credit and in their expectations of credit. been doinx their share toward temora-ril- The maintenance of thousands of famiryainin) it, at least, by chooHini; lies deiiends upon salaries or wages reautumn a the aeaaou for the most num- ceived weekly or at other stated periods. Atttftoiiy. erous wedding. The tendencv in paying for the supplies of the family is not to be a week or a month ahead, Denver News: The returns from the but to Dofj-so& Co. buy the same on the credit of York New disclose a police census of reor not earned. The wages yet salary tLpopulation of 2O0.IW0 in excess of - sult is that the butcher, the baker, the reported by Mr. Porter's enumerators. the dry goods merchant ard Afil-NT-S That means the loss of a congressman grocer, tradesman does business on the for the next ten years in New York and every not yet earned, but to he credit of the loss of one vote in the electoral col- earned insalary the future. Perhaps that is The lege. question naturally suggests no more true of Sioux City than of any New York in if the of alone citv itself, nther western city of similar size and Mr. Porter failed "by 200.X Ui make a enernl conditions, but anyone wAo will MAN UFACTUEH S correct enumeration of the inlfcW") the facts as they are show ly the itudy how many did he fail to enn L-a1)1 IPULP mi Uw exiiM lm ret't out thu ntirimi' must be astopishod at the situatVJ ble value can attach to this censi It is perhaps useless to inveigh olaiust the credit system, or rather the Vbt habit. It is hardly worth while to show Lined and Unliued, in Lijjht Weights. Aspen Times: According to the Dei it bad results and bad tendency. Famiver K3publican another railroad sen lies who know bitterly the result of the tion is likely to be sprung in a few days debt habit, who know that it is easier to nothing less than the purchase of the with money earned thon with the Rio Grande Western by the Rio pay ot money not earned, will go credit Grande. This will further compli-- c and plunge into debt, run straightway te nutters. The Kock Ishnd may be accounts ou the books of their found to have a hand in the deal, and in up big and dry goods merchant and still that case the Santa Fe will possibly find grocer wonder when the first of the month rolls rT itself forced to build into Utah. around how it ib that they have exceeded their means and are unable to pay Lincoln Herald (Dem.): The Atchison Those who get on the black list are not CUT THIS OUT AND CALL AND LOOK AT THE PROPERTY. al ways deliberately dishonest, but alPatriot has been sold again. The aver- most "v as often careless the victims of the Democratic daily changes hands debt habit. age with a frequency that has become the The evil feature of the debt habit is, most prominent and irritating feature of western journalism. Nobody pretends that its general practice in the commuto understand it, but it is a fact that nity deceives so many as to their own 130x140-Corn- er, two blocks from Car Line, house, trees, Etc, $2,50 They see Democratic papers have a harder row to tinanc'al ability and interest. 114xi:i2-Omothers and loft on er buying right Grant and Thirtieth, credit, hoe than any other human institution. 3,000 and why should not they, also? Without knowing the circumstances on which 50x140 ft Lots, near Twenty-flfton Cor Line, 1,000 Sioux City Journal: The business the large credit of others is based, they 72xi32-Cor- ner Twe on two new houses, ImproTements worth failures in the United States in nine do not see why they should not be ac84,000, rents for $70 per month months of 1890 numbered 7,558, as com- corded an equal credit They are easily 0,000 pared with 8,334 in the like period of led into deceit of themselves as well as 50xll9-Ho- nse rents for $24 two blocks from 25th on Grant, 4,000 per month, 1839 a falling off of more than 9 per of those with whom they deal. cent In the item of liabilities, also, in People ought to stop and think what Choice Lots Three Blocks from Union Depot, 200 connection with these commercial wrecks credit really is, when they aek it, and Choice Lots In when its Central Park Addition, concession by tradesthere is a great decrease in comparison they urge 300 with the record of last year. All this, men. Cbedit is belief, and belief is the 1 4 Acres New Houne, Barn, Celler, Fine Orchard, Etc., on South when supplemented with the figures re- result of evidence, of proof, of informaWashington Avenue, goo vealing the grent growth in bank clear- tion. When a man asks credit, he ances and railway earnings shows that simply asks the merchant to bebusiness generally is not only active lieve in his ability to pay at ti e end throughout the country just now, but of the week, or the month. He that it is on a solid and safe basis like- onght not to expect the merchant to believe or to extend credit so long as he is wise. in ignorance of the facts: The knowla customer has paid, raises edge Colorado Springs Gazette; It is too the that presumption that he will pay, and is la'e in the season for the opening of the in fact the best method of establishing Pike's Peak railroad to attract much at- credit The business of the world in its tention. Indeed it can hardly be said to affairs rests upon this very basis. be ojiened, for although the engineers larger and architects were the first excursionA Disciplinary 3Ieasnre. ists to go above the half-wahouse and went very near the summit, still the Paris, Oct 14. Captain Driant, Genroad can hardly be said to be completed eral Boulanger's has been oruntill with appropriate ceremonies the dered from Tunis to Bizert as a discidignitaries and officials step from the plinary measure, the captain having antrain close to the signal station. The nounced the publication of his new book new road will bo a great attraction next without first having obtained the per- C. B. 2404 Washington Avenue, OGDEN, ETAH. summer and with favorable weather will mission of the minister of war. greatly tend to an early opening of the son-in-la- WHEELER, Pulitzer Withdraws. New York, Oct. 14. The World will announce tomorrow that owing to the advice of his physicians, Mr. Pulitzer has withdrawn entirely from the editorship and control of the World, which hns been invested in nn executive board of its principal editors. Disastrous to the Colonics.. Sidney, Oct 14. In a spee'-- at Chay-no- r today the premier declared present strike in Australia had been A LARGE COMPLETE LINE OF the al- most as disastrous to the country ns a bombardment would bo. Tho government, he said, was determined to be supreme. i Books I Memorandums Nothing: Definite. Paris, Oct 14. Temps, commenting on the Berlin Tost's statement that European governments are conferring about the McKinlev tariff, declares thnf, such conferences amount merely to an exchange of ideas, but that no precise proposals have been formulated. -- AT- THE COMMERCIAL OFFICE No. 2404 Washington Avenue. OGDEN.