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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
I OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1690. i reanaited away from the polk, and COMMERCIAL. La, refraiaed frosa voting for a anaa who was THE Caise ! directors propoaitioa. It in fearod a axrixa mtzni urn inaugurated ax acv wi3 do something fur UUa this time. moment. Early ths auoraicg TuleU and Mann, labor leaders, nailed vinous Cmxxjrs eon now turn from politica dorks and exhorted th men not to quit advio was loUowed in and ecjuy a realization of in rmpkLty work. most case and th aoen resumed work. with which Ogden is growing. though in numerous instance a sillies deposition was shows by th Uborem. organization must be met THE PRI.XCF8 PaETSEK. with perfect organization, and then the Bttrita of the eaa s ill have a chance. Lrr it be hoped that Delegat MISS E J. KLINKENBEARD k SISTER. aot of their political tslthl The differ-o- c should b4 have counted aa iota. B. at. UOUJEIX. tun There is bo excuse for the derelict Utah'a trug;W was wholly apart from UutuuM Eanoav the ar of the old jlKT J LUIS parties." who failed of doing their duty Tho 4 I TCTftMl. KOTKXB&K are to be congratulated that ther were Dot ao weak, They are to be conothers mmhBb4 m Cokuwanax. n Tu Dn.v Wale Scrum a Pima ia a Ekk ai IWif Itiuea. gratulated that Democrat and Repub1 Ua r TWatjh. Baron. ImiU mm. Ur Cu. Liaa. a tte Uav licans fought shoulder to shoulder the EnDKjm.r Delegate Cain ia not very 4. Nov. TH. hllUUIM CJ. Raroa d Hiracfc d Lowdom, common enemy of united church and popular in Ogden. What be didntdo aWiajilina mu, i ihms aad bis Gtrauta will sulkbe royal highness, Prino this for n were valoroualy always place rbmtat while they I r hav ntrd into jtartharahip. of Wales, MiMrad m laa alf ai 3 aU pw mbU. themlike bered. been voters Had all ing. aUw!4 to addn in al raaaanieatioaa Thk partnership also means great aocial TH MlRMrUi. HbUaUiMi CO, selves, Utah would have received a blow The saloons were tightly closed opportunities tor th baron. It i repor cm, l vaa. from which, ia a decade, there would torday and doubtless this fact waa due ted that th financial burden will rest not have been a recovery. in a aieaaur of th good order that chiefly on th baron's sholdiera. front If partisan do not break away at faaaeaVCUai llnia Tha H ha already advanced hi royal old prejudice, and act according to the prevailed. highness over 500,000, and th ' p!ais duty as it is shown them ia Utah, now about to b entered into will $1.50 will bar a $2.50 Hat. $2.00 will boy a $3.00 Hat. OodiVs street car tight was but one THS IJBFTEAI. DEFEAT. they can depend upon it that Mormon for about 500,000 more ay in all call a $2.50 will bay a $1.50 Hat $3.00 will bay a $5.00 Hat. vigorous about fsujauojjux a control in Utah cannot be broken, but ot th metropolitan airs that Urge stable of is assume bound to town and erowiug Th mult of yesterday's flection rac horses ha beea purchased, ia that the territory will ultimately go into which th prince and baron hav equal These UaU or all desigivd aoi trim mod by u and w are going to do ih defeat of th Liberal candidate, the Union as a machine of the priest- sooner or later. enis decided make to all interests. a good turn. Com aad aee tor yourself. Fifty Trimmed UaU at It A calm thia. w as no surprise is Tber hood, to be for an indefinite period the ot in name tries the th but th firm, Oiis great reason for hastening the horses are to run ia th view of th situation from every aland-npuppet ot an organized superstition, and price's colors. Lot had abowed it to be inevitable. It a of Liberal rule is that until it shall Th people declare that th prino find honor and honored day its among KLINKENBEAJ1D & E. come. Utah's neighbors will withhold it absolutely necessary to hav wealthy true that at times the moat sanguine able sistars. f needs just now, and ahile he think a Liberala thought they duwoverod tigna their confidence. good deal of the baron personally, be is or victory, but their vision was not to be No. 2351 Washington Avenue TIMS rOS OTHJEB WOES. compelled to accept financiers in the con realised ao aoon. It was only hoped Thk man who remarks that "the cruel tract. Among Ukfe conditions were that against the fortrwaaed rule of a Now that election is over, the citi war ia over" should be hit with a club. special clause that the baron waa to be zens of Ogden will have time to turn The chestnut i too hoary for use, and invited to the prince's establishment at creed, a fair showing would be made. Sandringham, and also to the Marlbor It ia hardly necessary to analyze a their attention towards important mat- the war isn't over, anyway. ough house. Ia the due course he was obters that have been overshadowed by condition that ia apparent to any to be presented to the princess. Th server. The party of the church held a politica. however, declined to meet the Ucle Sam has paid his pensioners princess, Th a Co a racial, has often spoken of rJO,000,000 since the first of the month. financier. Sh mad no secret of her way over iU subjects too atronf for dislike for th man ot trade. So the (INCORPOltATEDJ yet to break; aom Liberala the necessity for actively promoting the But the boys only get f 13 per month first invitation to Marlborough house aw tha futility of an attempt to win, and material interests of this growing city, and bad grub while in the army. failed in it object The princess would did not understand the importance of and mush bas already baon done, but not appear. Th baron complained that euooeeaom to WALLACE & TAVEY, merely allowing atrength; aome, happily much remains to be done. The Chamber One of the most interesting feature he expected better treatment Mam th th obligaprince explained of Commeroe is on the right tack and of the Exposition in "93 will be the mining festly but tew, tor reasons too trifling to tions he was under to his royal spouse, choaa for thia onoe not to follow only needs to follow out the program exhibit Utah will naturally take for subsequently he was presented, and their color. its most active members have devised. II inch waa "graciously received," both prominent position in th display. at Sandringham and the Marlborough Neither ia it neoeesary to enlarge upon Ogden's sanitary condition should also bouse by the Prince of Wale. There the truth that the Liberal party ia still be a matter of public concern. It is not An army lieutenant has been sent to seems to be no question that th baron in tha fight, that thia election waa but particularly different from that of other subdue the rebellious Ute in Colorado. is extremely generous in his charities. an incident of warfare, and that Liberal eities that have experienced a similar He carries aide arms, and has hardtack His gift to the Russian Hebrews, it is doctrino will be upheld unwaveringly to growth, but yet it could be hotter. If enough for a two hours' campaign. said, reached $100,000, and no xty seems to know just bow much be is sending to the end, and the end will be a glorious neglected it will become worse as the the United btatee every monl h. Political warfare ia not limit and density of population extend triumph. The general sentiment at seeing the an unbroken strife. There are battlee Thia fact has been demonstrated by street car companies at war is one of Gone Wrong;. ia Of dec, sad ths Largest ia tha Ta To Only Exdunir WhnWaJ Pn flood Hon like the one just over, when force meets many and costly experiences elsewhere. satisfaction. Right ot way, through Og Kansas Crrr, Nov. 4. Rollins Bingham ritory. GOODS ALL NEW AND WELL SELECTED. force, whon bitter words are apoken and It is evident to any observer that Og den streets is something worth having. left the city Sunday night It has been hard thrust given. It ia well that they den is flourishing. Stately building rise ascertained since his departure that he be forgot; their tnenioay allowed to fade. on every hand. The road ways are torn bulletin board in front of The left behind him forged deeds of transfer The Still the struggle will be renewed, for up for the laying of rapid transit tracks. Commercial office last night was appre- and trust upon the estate of hia late step the Liberal spirit will neither be sub- The streets are animated by moving ciated Mrs. General George C Bing by hundreds of people. The mother, Bingham ham, to tne aggregate dued, nor terrified by odda that time traffic. Ogden is a city of vast resources, Commercial is for the poople. published is treasurer of the Consolidated Missouri will aweep away. favorable position, has obtained a Mining and Manufacturing company. Yesterday's election shows the value healthy start, and only requires the tho Same American girl has. joined The sums which he fraudulently obtained Wo will Always Sell Axotokr of constant alertness and perfect unity. systematic push of the people here, to with Wo do now. Wo will bay herself to a British lord. As she is only were largely spent in experimenting a process of extracting gold from fine It must not paaa unheeded, nor must a become tho metropolis of this great and with but a paltry mil- sand. No younir man is better known in defeat ao impossible to avert,cloud the region. ITMEN' it is clear that the match is ono of Kansas City. lie waa a captain in tho lion, certain ity that the issue remains ot promise and a third lawyer love. regiment THE ELECTIONS ELSEWHERE. the same as ever Utah against the rule His mixed considerably in politi'-s- . was Generai Geo. C. Bingham, father of church. In the next battle will be is It is always difficult to pick the real Thk Western Baseball Association state treasurer! and adjutant general shown a Liberal gain, and in the next i iox?rnoruwvMSr from first out truth accounts the that inrMMru.uprier JJIwaraxon ffoinitJW'Vflta and next, till Liberal iojuiwolhaULbe tho Lowest. Price, and almost season, awpTomises to oe; tuny the immiitciim1C"taS5rot of her JlttJKUWW; and Utah, . A Political Sensation. on the any political faith could see cause for equal pt any organization sisters. diamond. Pittsburg, Nov. 4. A political sensaId the meantime, there ia do need of both joy and grief In the jumble that was developed here. It is claimed tion came over the wire lost night The hostile conflict There will be a better removed has been A was concocted to flood the scheme a just prisoner is that where chance for reasoning without the clash general impression given Are: Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Useful Household Articles, Toys, Dolls, Games, was not complicated by special from tho jail to the asylum. He has the city with bogus receipts for the use of issue the of arms. and V illow Wares. A full line of Art Needle Work Materials, Stamped Wooden he is hallucination voters. who The that by pursued figure persons illegal questions and tactions, the Democrats Ornaments, Gold and Silver Laces and Fringes, Plain and Figured Flushes, Linens, men merely in the alleged plot are prominent in have made gains, particularly on the variety girls. Some crazy etc Canvasses, Lines, Silks, THK DEFEATED CANDIDATE. get snakes. politics. Harry OToole, clerk in the legislative ticket UTAH. OGOCN. inr 50 Trimmed Hats 50 Pnm !. PUT ON SALE iwmalliiUiuttwM4 m M mreday, Friday andSaturday. i I buci-ne- e ra aoma-bod- y o d SISTEB. J. MISS WALLACE, SMUIN & CO, con-eide- r, WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. PEOPLE ASK IF at forty-thre- Low Prices e, No. 2302 "Washington A.venue, -- 4- that - ;- OUR SPECIALTIES When a goneral has led his invincible foces to victory the world applauds, and hes Is are uncovered, as a decoration of honor is pinned upon his breast. But when a general leads his men against a overwhelming host, knowing that the only glory awaiting him, is the glory of gallant defeat, he has earned decorations more glittering. C. C. Goodwin was chosen to stand at the head of the Liberal ranks. Certain that be could not win, certain that the foe was too strongly entrenched, he accepted the onerous responsibility, and consented to be the sacrifice. The fight he made, Utah knows. The bravery with which he faced every assault, needs no praise. Ho. was there for principle, for liberty and loyalty. lie championed them like an American citizen of truest blood. There is a lull in the battle. The end is far away. The Liberalism that has taken root in this territory is hero to stay. It cannot be overcome. It cannot bo even discouraged. Yet, but for such men as C. C. Goodwin and hie enemies must admit it it would have been smothared and dead years ago, Only held in check now by a hostile majority, the Liberal party is growing. The majority is fading before intelligence. When Utah shall make its best history that history will be the record cf achievements by the Liberal party. Useless now to say that another leader might have done better. Useless to place the cloak of charity about the few who skulked and Bulked. Those who did not follow Goodwin rest under the blame themselves alone, and cast about vainly for a shadow of palliation. Local jealousy had no legitimate place in the contest Party lines, save as dividing the Liberal from the People's party, should have been wiped out It is due to Judge Goodwin to eay that while he excited the bitterest resentment of the element he has always " opposed, that he made new friends, held old ones, and can view the result not with surprise and chagrin, but with the assurance that he justified that confidence in himself that caused his nomination. Both parties will claim New York for a day yet It seems settled that Massachusetts has elected a Democratic governor. From most of the states there is obtainable only conjecture, except of course, in the south where there has never been any room for doubt California is in the same condition of uncertainty as New York. Nearer home, Colorado is following the general example, and both sides assert that victory perches upon its banners. In all probability a portion ot each the Democratic and Republican state ticket is elected, and the complexion of the legislature such as to endanger the election of Senator Teller. Nebraska, that once aspired to the position ot the banner Republican state appears to have elected James E. Boyd the Democratic candidate for governpr. As to the prohibition amendment there, its fate is as yet in the dark. But the American public will be obliged for details to do what it does not like to da It will be obliged to wait ' Quite a number of French savants have been interviewed concerning their perferanco as between burial and cremation. The general tenor of their replies s that they are not enamored of either If there is anything that a process. Frenchman dislikes it is the idea of laying aside the frivolity of life for the uncertainty and worms of the tomb, or the contracted space of an urn. Meantime the problem ot disposing of the dead will be worried over by people who will peg out at last and be disposed of by the undertaker in tho good old way. Two gentlemen of Wheeling1, AVeet Virginia, have vindicated their honor, and in the spring tho daisies will blossom impartially over their respective graves. One had called the other hard names, the other began to shoot the one responded, and both soared, leaving the world to wonder which had been in error, but to believe quietly that both had been right The first visiblo effect of the war of the Salt Lake press upon Ogden's growth may be seen in the election returns. Has the war paid? Hardly. It cerOLD LINES IN UTAH. tainly has not hurt Ogden, bos not Despite the issues that were yesterday helped Salt Lake, and has made do at stake in Utah, there were some parti- friends for the editorial writers of that sans who could not rise to the import- city. The ill feeling thus aroused should ance of the occasion. Professedly Lib- have cut no figure in the present camerals they refused to deviate from old paign. But it did. collector's office, claims that a largo Mexican and Spanish Drawn Work and Roman and number of receipts were shown him by abetted by a horsewhip recently en- a member ot the Republican county Embroidery. Tr rnn n il atan in our atnre and km the URoftil And Rpnnihle nrtinlwi nilcd un on tered the field of reform and did a commission, which bore the alleged counters you will wonder how they can be made so cheap. our These he OToole. of proa signolure little good work upon the person of claimed OToole a nounced forgery. worthless drunkard. that 1!,000 of these receipts were given and Independents Democrats out The on the part Secretary Noble has just addressed have branded it as a scheme commission to of the county Republican a caustic letter to Governor Hill of New secure the reappointment of a Republiwho now doubtless realizes that can United States marshal at the polls. York, THC GEKlimC em too kins io rnt the boomerang is not alone a weapon of U KIR THIS TMM KMt. ROM (10.00 TO $75.00 Cabinet". Australian The African tribes. He has been using it himself. Melbourne, Nov. 4. The new cabinet is formed as follows: Munro, prime minDime museum managers are looking ister and treasurer; Sbiels, attorney for the Colorado politician who was not general and minister of railways; of trade and customs; called a liar during the campaign just crown lands and commissioner McLean, not ended. They have the hardihood to Wheeler, commissioner public surveys; look for on who did not deserve the ap works; Graham, commissioner watoy Delation. supply; Outrim, minister of mines, and Davies, minister of justice. Bismarck is about to start a brewery. Vacancy Filled. Running an institution of this sort is a little different from running a governWashington, Nov. 4. The vacancy in the assignment of justice to circuit court ment but doubtless the will be equal to every requirement ot duties, caused by the death of Justice Miller, is filled by the assignment of his new position. Brewer to Justice Miller's old A Salt Lake woman, aided W. H. VOORHIES. Justice circuit Chicago mourns and will not be comBig; Pension Money. forted because its bazars Washington, Nov. 4. Since the 1st are going to move. The squeal of the the treasury department has instant dying porker will no longer foil like out 920,000,000 on account of penpaid music upon tho ear of the city's culture, sions. odor of and the frying fat will rise never again to charm the refined nasal instinct of the lake region. Still Chicago has the auditorium, the memory ot t and is now erecting a Woman's Temple of more imposing proportions than the average packing house. hog-killin- g Hay-marke- An Another Strike Imminent London, Nov. 4. The scheme sub- been working for a year, which expired yesterday. The men generally do Dot favor the scheme and much discontent exists, although most ot the men worked yesterday pending the decision ot the Heating Stoves. drew side arms and attacked their assailants. Several of the civilians were badly wounded. mitted to the dock laborers' union by the directors of the dock companies provides for the establishment ot a piecework system to take the place of the agreement under which the men have Call and let us Explain the Merits of the World Renowned Howe Ventilating Encounter. Nov. 4. A detachment of soldiers who were engaged in guarding at the railway Btation a body of recruits, were interfered with by the relatives of the recruits who had come to bid them farewell. Several of the soldiers were struck by civilians, whereupon they Berlin, Now on Exhibition in tho Boyle Block. MILES, STREVELL & ULMER. Csed la aOUlooseC Home Ita Doperior excellence proren ia million of home for more than a quarter of a century. It in aeed by the United States OoTernment. Bndorood by the bead of the Great Umrervitie a the Strongest, Parent, and roont Ilealthfol. Dr. Price Cream linking Powder doe not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alnm. Sold only in Can. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. New York. Chicago, Sao Francisco Bt Louis : We do not Condem other Stoves to sell ours, but sell them on their merits. TDE SNYDER & K0BINS0N HARDWARE CO. No. 2 345 Washington Avenue.