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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1690. Till: ft. K. - JAMES l 6JLTCE04I. fcOTEMBEJt Ta pineLicc-I- t Dni Cnuuanu i twttc " L t be ry aooo. aspect wiU occur ia 0?dea the demonstration of the eatDDaiira. It is the duty of very Lib eral to be present and show that he baa vital matter at stake. liiAlSiaU tXi, aa interest ia the ifcklLU. It is his duty even at the cost of per- l irt. mi. aocal coaveoieaca to exhibit his owa en1'uk.tur U fuAufbo thusiasm, that it may have a moral effect MjoJst aurht Liberal tOi. t j .11 ml ftrwl mV. o lni . . - wido-sprca- d de-Bi- re The Iriareet !rrrfa ia the Pat Tea Years Ei plained. II NO! "Prices keep life in our v.., ;,w Dnr "Lame N"ew!Line Cloak of Ladies and Children's r and wraps are Mameu on a of profit. Very Low Margin Bargained about percent 25 Cloaks o,if- - -- upon other. It should be part of every Liberal a LIBERAL TICKET. programme to Ulk for his candidate, to ak for votes, to urge three wbo may be far Dt4tt U Catxm. too much eogroeeed ia buaineea to a tend r.c. ihm.dwh. to politics, that they must not neglect TES FIUHT TO STAT. going to the polls. There is the most vital necessity for showing the full Lib Ta CovMtwtAL ia is th tlfibt to eral strength. Eren if victory be not beday. TLk remark laa bees mad 7"A won, a great gain caa be shown, and the fore It U only fact mi le clear that Utah is working it Sismdard took enx-ji- t kn to th tirst way towards political freedom. wrath at Tke irf iL Idi14 tL Let the Liberals from now to the end Standard quita frightful and iUlift. be alert and untiring. Tli on'y difficulty ia an"injf the m that it did not euoie ia th THB TWO IDEAS. lit T"' form of argument, or logical awrttoo, The charge is made by the Peoples' but a nitre abuaire mnu, hyatork-al- , Ui labored effort of a prejudice organ that Judge Goodwin ia a man of fanned to a glow that confounds itself one idea. Grant for the sake of argu with reaaoa. Prom its chao may, how meat that the charge is true. The Liberal organs assert that John T. ever, Le extracted two propositions. effect Caine is a man of one idea. It ia obvi is to the first The that Thb Coxmebcui. does not ously fair to concede also that this ia meaa to eufUia Uie position taken true. A comparison of the ideas by itjn this campaign. No one ut the naturally follows. ooc temporary in question fails to unJudge Goodwin's idea ia broad. It ia derstand this matter. For its enlight- primarily that Utah should be subject to and granted the aame enment and there is no paper needing the same enlightenment more it is stated again right as any territory. It ia that the that Tub Commercial, is for the Liberal power vested in church officials should ticket, first.lant and all the time, fully, be taken away to the extent that it shall fesrkvely and unequivocally. Can the no longer be greater than the power of Slnndurd manage to stretch a paucity the state. It is that the citizens of Utah of intellect so as to grasp this final should have a representative at Wash declaration? Further than this: What ington to advance the territorial inter ' ever the result of the coming election ests, to battle for silver, and not to lobby the position of Thf. Commercial will be for a faction of the people regardless of the same as now. Earnestly hoping for the rest It is that the adherents of the victory, working for it, a defeat if defeat Peoples' party should be content with it shall be, will miike no difference in the sectarian practices not at variance with devotion and ardor with which Thb the constitution. Mr. Caine's idea -- and his record boars Commercial will strive to advance the this out is that there should be no leg principles of the Liberal party. The second proposition is a personal islation bearing upon Utah unless allusion to the editor, crushing him framed for the promotion of his own reunder tho dunl charge of being young in ligious doctrines. It is that the church years, and new in Utah. Both true. has temporal authority higher than stat There is no etrapo. It will be admitted utes. It is that the desire to have the however, that in this delicate matter, if masses endowed with untrammeled citi fault exist, it must bo laid at the door of xenship is an affront to his creed and an -- others. It was - not his for- outrage upon those it would in reality be so to born tune early benefit It is that the Gentile element, as some older brothers, nor to be born in bringing with it capital, energy and deUtah, and grow up under the shelter of votion to country, has no place in Utah. The intelli These are tho two ideas. her temples. He was born in a state where the stars and stripes are honored, gent voter is- asked to ehose between where the schools breathe a loyal spirit, them. where ioople lovo their country. A state BSQOINQ THE QUESTION. that gave freely the blood of her sons to rave this nation, cheered the sons as Of course the manifesto of the Morihey marched away, wept when they hBd mon church concerning polygamy has gone, but never murmured. A state attracted attention. In the where there are Democrats and Repub- dust of conjecture that has been raised licans, oil patriots; Prohibitionists and the People's party hope they have found Ureenbackors, all patriots; all men who a cloud to blind the eyes of nil who would lay down their lives rather than a clear view of the situation. They see a stain upon the tuir fame of their have not found it. Copious excerpts native land. Doubtless tlicso thing3 had from the Eastern press, taken out of been roared in the articles writton on the an influence. Had he theory that atmosphere of treason whero prophets polygamy constituted the one objectionprayed that death overtake the nrmy able fouturo of the Mormon church, will that had his kin in its ranks, where the be devoid of effect in Utah. church tonots defied the constitution, The majority nro glad to accept the where craft made chattels of men, where manifesto as final, seeing in such a violence and rapine wore the implements course the easiest woy out of the diffiof conquest, where there were practices culty. Others deem it a subterfuge to too base for recital, though sanctioned by ward off legislation, a step towards a creed, he might have been different. statehood wherein the Mormono will alBut having by circumstance drifted to ways hold the balance of power, and The Cornell School of Journalism died this territory just as her shackles are be- hence continue to be beyond control. young but unhappily not until it had coming too palling, jutit as she stretches Be the truth what it may. The fact cost afloat the wrecks of good huckstors, forth her hands, and says to humanity; remains, sombre and incontrovertible, and proficient passable "Strike off the fetters," he proposes to that polygamy could be eliminated ut- clerks, all imagining themselves newstake tho part that any citizen free from terly, and yet the danger to Utah's fu paper men. A fragment of the wreckthe baneful spoil that has been over this ture be as great, its progress as heavily age is murdering grammer and truth in region for years, must take. This even clogged and its political slavery as firmly an endeavor to awe the editor of The at the risk of displeasing the Standard. established as it evor was. The East Commercial. And somewhere in the A porsonal reply was not by choice. It and West do not realize that between East a faithful team of Btreet car mules has been forced. It is given without apol- them there lies a monarchy, wherein tho mourn their old driver, torn by the curogy. One individual stands but as an monarch controls every act of his sub rent of ambition from his intellectual example out of thousands. When they jects. They have no will but his. He plane at their tails, to fight thus in a oometo Utah they bring with them directs their votes. The less intelligent feebly malign way the battles of the their instincts, their acquired habits and of them dare not disobey. Their yoke Peoples' party. their loyalty They do not respect a may be heavy but they bear it with the theocracy. They do not revere unwhole- stoic heroism of fanatics. The intimation that The Commercial some tradition. They cannot read of glory It is this vast power in the hand of an has been kicked out of the way by the in the pagesof Utah's history. They do not individual to whom state is nothing and Deeret Neu is based on the Standard' bjuro the flag. ,They are oitizens of the church is all, that constitutes the peril Doubtless The lack of information. Union, proud of it, and will do their Utah faces. It the belief once prevail Commercial is in the way of the hoary best to raise Utah out of political slav- that rid of polygamy,the Mormon church alluded to, but a kick from a ery to the level of her sistors. Ilonce is as other churches, and that legisla- humbug carcass that is striving to ar journalistic they become Liberals. tion to break its grasp is persecution, The Standard is answered once for then the Liberals who are here and rest its own decay is among the impossi bilities. The Xewe might gnash its all, not that it merits the distinction of know the contrary, will be alone in the gums, tear its remnant of hair, and, any answer, but that it is fighting weakly battle. writhe in gouty with in a cause that is liberty's foe. HereLet no Liberal be deceived into think its bed of and but corruption, hypocrisy ' after it may rail unheeded. If it happen ing that with polygamy banished the to advance an argument,that is quite an- cause for which he strives is won. When to the dignity of a kick it would never attain. No, the News does not kick. It other thing. But it may enjoy unnoticed the People's party seeks to create this repels only by means similar to those of the odor of the editorial stink pots it impression, it is but begging the ques- the astute and unpopular animal whose hurls in harmony with the precedent tion. defense is a stench generated within established by its own party. Thk Peoples' appeal to conservative itself. Thb libel suit againt the Butte City Liberals is directed to a very small class Miner will be of an unusual character. numerically. The really conservative i Enlarjrinir their Field of Operation. CnATTANOooA, Oct 31. The Railway The plaintiff, Lawyer Jones, was never Liberal, at this pa't'culr cn ic, would ) Conductors' Association of Atv clar-.-"n mentioned in the paper, but chose to find difficulty having hinwll connect himsolf with the description of a as a Liberal i ' uny degree. That id, it he United States tr.d Canada concluded annual convention . very filthy rascal whom the tiaoer de conservatism is understood to mean their twenty-thir- d here. The association enlarged its field nounced. Of course thr fading and carelv aussfs or sympathy for the of operation by passing this resolution: moral worth of Ltwyer else I side And other oouid what it ,ui raj.. "Resolved, that this association will receive all persons as members who are unexceptionable. II Is ksLon iruliu ! rejtsJ btui DE-AD- ! Wash moron, Oct. 3L BiiUetina is I -conDenver to appreciate a new line sued today on the i population of the structed on the ane plan. United State, say the population of 8 United EUtea Jul 3, asahown by the a. 1 l A Chicago judge ha derided that the th first count exclusive of white in not He did is of paas legal puoU aellicg Indian territory. Indian on reservation upoo the wisdom of buying them. and Alack i CU,5t& These figure may be slightly chaiged by later comfin mm, Kfywiod tj murder are bet putation. Inducement we will But for an Extra In IS) the population was 5QJ.55,?33; ; on ing cabled from Europe as to give the auaoiuia Discount $500.o iocrvsM 10 tea yw Ao-- ,i allow you a impreataoo that the polio in coauneniai percentage uf increaaa, 'liJK. which we carried worth of Good Quality In 1KT0 the population was stated a ciuea are on strike. season. 18k XL Accord icg to these figure over from last the absolute increase betaeen 1S70 and not The army a., .or i tie do not actici l&40was 1197.112; percentage of in Good Bargains for people who in which Indiana with trouble j serious and 30.0& fads theae face crease the late changes pate figures Upon to keep up to all the do you no harm any part of trie country. The Ulk of show the population increased between! will beplace. SJ0 onlv more taking than 727,315 lmt) and such trouble seems lobe unfounded. are in a tween W70 and lfe, while the rate of) to look at our goods before you buy. increase apparently diminished from i and have the ambition to undersell all comIf these position Tn strong point of the People's party 3UAri to 21.57 per cenL were derived from cor-- 1 is not coosistency. After sneering in figures petition, would rect data, they was Liberal train the quiries aa to what indeed dibuppoin ting. .Such a reduction ' for, it immediately neat out a train of its in the face of the enormous imirigration ! own. during the past ten year would argue a great diminution in he fecundity of the or a corresponding increase Pkbsidekt Habkbios will go from population in the death rate. These figures, howWashington to Indianapolis to vote. Yet ever, are easily explained when the charit is deemed possible that soma Ogden acter of the data used is understood. It demLiberal may not even take the trouble ia well known, the fact having been inonstrated by the extensive, thorough to go to the polls. vestigation, that the census of 170 was grossly deficient in the southern states, Dexveb capitalists had a big scheme so much soofas not onlyofto give an exagger(INCOKFOHATED.) increase ated rat the populatian for booming Helena. They backed down between 1870 and 1880 in these state, rhen calls began to be made for dollars. but to effect very materially the rate of & SucceseorH to but Helena can stand very comfortably increase in the country at large. These omiasions,the bulletin ssys,were on it own bottom. not within tb control of census office. The census of 1870 was taken under a All other considerations aside, a Lib- law which asSuperintendent Walker char"clumsy, antiquated and eral victory would mean a great advance acterized barbarous." The census office bad no has This material in point prosperity. power over its enumerators. Ia referring been proved absolutely by the experi to these omissions, the superintendent of the census, said, in bis report in relation enee of Salt Luke City and Ogden. to South Carolina, "It follows, as a conclusion of the highest authority, either A revelation showing what Delegate that the census of 1870 was grossly deI Caine ever accomplished for Utah fective in regard to the whole of the or some considerable parts thereof seems to be witheld, although it would state or else that the census of 1880 was The Onlr Exrloms Wboliiu Prr Cmo--r Hnne in Ogdrn, and U htrgmt ia U very acceptable, and might fill a gap fraudulent." Those, therefore, who GOODS ALL NEW AND WELL bLLECTED. that seems large enough for the gentle- believe in tho accuracy and honesty of ntory. was and thorcensus tenth that the man to fall through. , oughly established must accept the other alternative, namely, that the ninth New York is often horrified at tho census was "grossly defective." What rudeness of the west A New York boy was true of South Carolina was also true, in a greater or less degree, of all southern aged 15 has just deliberately ehot and states. to talk. Our prices are more eloquent The omissions in all killed his brother. It is not stated amounted to not lees thanprobability 1,500,000. words. If Low Prices and rirst-clas- s whether or not New York is shocked at Omitting from consideration those states many object, we have them. We have spac in which the census of 1870 is known or this really unpleasant episode. presumed to have been faulty, the rate quote only a few of our many bargains: of increase between 1870 and' 18S0 in the A. 26x sn-inbath towel. ;oc: worth Thk people in many parts of Idaho remaining states has been very nearly of are complaining detective mail service. maintained in the decade between 1880 extra large bath towel, a hummer, for 351 Officials are very busily engaged juBt Bnd 1890. An all-lintowel, large, 30c, worth 50 now of course in earing the country, but ijeport. fieri. Brooke's hemstitched A handkerchief, 5c; worth 10c. sonTeof tfiffir .ui?iit tt,Wa fcj'uff,"and 5ci. 3L In his annual Wabhimotok, nemsmcnea f A 3 ror nanaKercniei, give the west a little attention. ' report upon the operations of tho army orice. i of the Department of the Platte, Briga A Turkey red table cover, 6pc; regular p The English nation is just now en Brooke Bays the practice of Men's heavy cctton hose, 10c; worth 15c. gagod in punishing obstreperous subjects marches during the year was beneficial, in India. It is a trifle hard on the sub- and the wood toothpicks for 5c a box. mingling of tho National Guard jects, but tho lion must be lashing of his andfregular army accomplished good refor 5c. Two papers carpet tail somewhere all the time, and India sults. There has been a falling off in court both and trials sheets martial, by general 24 good writing paper for 5c. affords as good an opportunity as any garrison, but General Brooke Kays it is 24 envelopes for 5c. place. impossible to determine at this early see for date whether or not this is owing to the And everything in proportion. Come Two mou were fighting at Altoona, recent activity of" the authorities in bePa., recently when a woman, shocked at half of enlisted men or normal fluctua- yourselves. incident to service. tho barbarous exhibition, dashed a tion 4 bucket of hot water over them. This Some Rick Finds. . prompt and simple remedy stopped the Kansas Crrr, Oct. 31. The party that fighting. It also killed one of the men. went out from this city to investigate Presence of miud is a great thing. the new find of precious metals in the THE CENUINE oybi do mos ko rra Arbucklo and Wichita foothills in the LUrJWTHI8TMDMImt. from $10.00 to $16.00 Thf. Salt Luke Timet exhibits signs of Chickasaw nation, returned today and flaw? rrnti fraternal distress because Ogdeu's Cham- state that the reports from there 'have ber of Commerce refuses to take a rest. not been exaggerated. A company of and miners has been orThere is no particular reason why Tlte capitalistswith ganized large capital and secured to tho pros- control of twenty-fivTimes should take exceptions e square miles of perity of this place, or the activity of its territory whore the most valuable debusiness men. And accusing Ogden of posits are located. Experts repoit that gold, silver, lead, coal and some osphal-tujealousy, too! have been found. : THK VTKTUkX, PUTT. afabfcafl' last TbB Tb Liberal raTy Muedsy find, under age of sixty year, ia poai- tht part U wikxa aad Euuut the Liberal rally at the train dirptteber. aupeciateadeet to rrfraia from wtriag tb bo if it UTH. dot not fct, axnl i wJir it ia a very C.ty ILH Uoaday efdn. aad be thera. all rtfSuer above the ra&k of cuperis- it it wlmhix ,lul rakxt aai uoostecUtious Tax eethuia tint Balfour is excit- d ms L Vet Mr. Jooes kaowe Lia owa THE COrSTKVS FOPlLATIOS. will kaow it and iuitntttim tHTM, duubtlaea, ia; u Ireland Laa a let and fcucgry CtAltLU KStf fehj ouU fca COMMEKCIAL. O03CN, U Ls put ee is that tL do Extra It contantly care are We I. L. CLARK '& SOftS, 2362 Washington Ave. & CO., WALLACE, S JTODSf WALLACE TAVEY, WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. WE COME N03 t Here (j are any 7c ch fAn extra en dc. dier-Gener- Hard tacks and OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, No. 2302 "Washington Avenue. , s, ijn . Australian Affairs. Mei.bourne, Oct. 31. Tho action of tho colonial parliament yesterday in the adoption of a vote of want of confidence in the government is duo to the secession from the government of mehabers of tho labor party. The strike in New Zealand is ended. The men resumed work unconditionally. Melbourne, Oct. 31. Members f the colonial cabinet resigned in consequence of the passage yesterday of the vote of want of confidence by the Victorian parliament. A, New Decision. Washington, Oct. 31. Assistant Secretary Chandler today rendered a de . cision in case of C. B. Menden-hal- l, of tho Bozeman, Mont, district in which he holds that the entry man who submitted final proof on a dosert land entry before the official survey was filed should not bo required when the land was Officially surveyed to make a new proof, showing the proper reclamation thereof. This overrules the former rul ing. m V: r w.b.vi m ''I 7 Now on Exhibition in tho Boyle Block. MILES, STREVELL A. & ULMER. LARGE; COMPLETE LINE OF A Triple Tragedy. Westport, Cal., Oct 3L Frank Mason shot and killed Charles and Mathow Vann, his brothers-in-law- , this morning, and fled to tho woods. Other shots were heard, leading to the belief that the murderer committed suicide. lieved to be insane. A He is be- Just Penalty. Daltojt, Ga Oct. 31. The two negroes who brutally assaulted and murdered Miss Baker in Barlow conntv, wore taken from the officers last night Sy a mob and lynched. , Began HIS -- AT- TIE COMMERCIAL OFFICE Its Session. Portsmouth, O, Oct 31. Tho American secular union began its fourteenth annual congress today. Ko. 2404 Washington Avenue, OGDEN.