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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: TIIt'RSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1690. THE COMMERCIAL. is the UTAH. OGDEN. drfc&or. IItLolJUtLack- - Wrra teo tu f ul that Ufcdauetod by the aaf jftuaaia Warrc will be history made by L'uVs pkjoeers, ail the Ll'rLt c prjfeik as Cry aal t m&Uxs eta'. Wyoautg tie youtf tke M-- t CLE tlX,. Ir that retted oa z.k'kle-ia-tbe-al- iortj. rtltis Lhs It. tiimli a. Miia nt . soap-make- -- am ll else-whe- re Uto good. care of at WaefcingVa. Tan euaa a bo ictectnl the this f ir domain, the Gaotil Las ockd Wvin Las jtit ded ia to take up Lis VA. her ax4 under a Eimwa. JI HEXkT JAilE furtUMa but thuj mai achtete-mechad eetwl t He splendid fctructure of future and a of all ere made Uhaa.tury sort reourd ML the M by IJESDAT. VOTUfBCX. bury deep those who preceded him. and 1u Dao.1 Cowuacui. is phiiimt wt Ipcoxxs iH fight for nerve that backed a by superb ntrsT wobjc tog must-bis pall may carry him through. nptiaa pneaw is ilmeti IMS Is building np a town it ie necessary A attempt is being made to bring Liwa4 ia tW ot at 9 mmtm wr aaata. above all else that the citito work to is the forfeiture of tha New York about it For the eoBBM good XMRJa"UJ. ri'atU&HlM CO, gether. Cm. sometimes a duty to aacrifioe personal Central Railroad's charter. It may be t Qrfaa. CtaK far iatereete. The sacrifice is only tempo a healthy attempt but it will never be fifliiil at Ua rovtaOc reoom-peosHi,n,,t U nil a anything rary, for it brings many fold, a With spasmodic and discoenectr ed action but htlle can be aooom plumed. Wrra perverse and annoying reguTHE AMZKICAN FARWFR. Work together alwaya There are di- larity reports will coo across the water social interests in Ogden but there of starvation ia Ireland. Tha amooth It raquirea do array of11 statistics to verse ia aa interest ia the city's welfare that words of Balfour do not mead the bad America r the position of Jarmar. Ha stands at the head of tbs must force itself as strongly upon one potato of Erin. There U JadasUial cIimm of this country. He thinking resident as another. business in reason CniCAOO is not handling tha World's why atacda ao far ahead that bo argument not tha slightest on than more be should there Fair matters matter ia the business like manner a. ia Ha a i Beaded to uatais hi claim charaeteriatia of that city. ia wealth. creates usually What ha opinion. producer. that it Chicago must not let the removal of her A ianot the worked over product of Whan Ogden finally concluded taem It ia sustenance for the world. most have a respectable railroad station, packing bouses have any affect upon bar The avloov ia the only other toiler en befitting its importance, it made the eoafldeae in herself. titled to share the honors accorded the Union Pacitie understand what it meant the eitueos Pax-mi- b wants a divorce from feraar, and be only in part He also by a vigorous appeal of enforced aad 1 are by backed Justice Gold ailrer and wealth. by on the ground that be tried husband her yroduoM threat. If the ci Ureas bad straggled to carve bar cut litU person with a distinct Talus. The American farmer, sine first he in in ones and twos and begged for con- kaife. Miaaie is a good actress, and exwabdaed the sterile hills of New Eng sideration they would have received cellent advertiser, and th knife busilaad was never ao much dieouaaed as to--' nothing but a promise. Cities do not ness ia new. day. He has taken a stand in polities thrive on promise. Whenever Ogdea and has fbroad aa unwilling racognitioo proposal to do anything it must follow A captain just arrived at New York fMea those who have lived byspeeulat-Ja- g the precedent it set in the case of the tails of sailing through a sea of fire off upon the fruits of hie labor. It is depot Java, and asks for a scientific explanaThere are some things concerning tion. Aa analysis of tha content of the wtraofethat be should bare beta so teag oonteat to remain in retire-aae- which there can be uniform action with- Captain's private bottle would be a start It ia strange that be should have out any particular organisation. One of in tha right direction. ejnietly aubmitted to beiof the puppet these relates to sanitary conditions. f financial and political magnates who Everybody that has a yard can get it Clxas up every street every alley and had no regard for bis welfare, and only cleaned, and any one knowing of a filthy every yard in Ogden. Clean all the expected his vote and bis tacit concur-Teoo- e alley or street can report it and have it vaults, abandon all the unsafe wells, In this manner Ogden can watch the drains. Do this or in any measure that might be remedied. pay the proposed for their benefit and bis detri- be guarded against the visitation of an penalty that other cities are paying. ment Now they realize that they have epidemio, but without the necessary pre Theremust be cleanliness or an epidemic been in error. Aa the brawn of the cautions, the epidemio sooner or later is come. American farmer hai developed this bound to The Denver papers are raising a virHut generally there must be organiza country to greatness, so must his brain row because, the side doors of the tuous be employed in directing public affairs. tion. In gathering and presenting sta- saloons there are open Sundays, Oh the The trend of legislation and policy has tistics, in setting forth the resources, beauties of If the doors consistency! au shown the want of one element development, needs and location of Og were not open the journalistic gang This element the farmers can supply. den; in inducing the investment of would break through the walls. There is a habit among city people of capital, and aiding the growth that is a looking down on the farmer. The basis certainty of the future, organization is BcroRalong the Union Pacific through f it ia hard to determine. The inane most essential Expenses must be di and spiritless clerk, the absolute dude, vided. The work must be distributed, trains to the Northwest will probably leavr all sneer and the enthusiasm must be kept from come by way of Ogden instead of and the heir of the line is main at the ing Granger. Ogden at tha farmer. Why? They could not flagging. All this requires organization getting too big to be in any degree igtell themselves. A similar tendency has and perfect harmony. nored. The traveling publio want to permeated even tha legislation of the come this way. while farmer not is the avuntry, and TRADE. IfURDEB Aa stand has the he it, ostensibly resenting Westkrv Nebraska settlers are very taken does resent it most effectually. There is nothing in the spirit of the A glance at the history of the country hungry, too. They have not even a few American governmont that encourages messes of hows that from tha farm have come its poor potatoes. About 1100,000 Nevertheless that will be organized murder. to relieve them, but it required greatest statesmen. The characters that societies having assassination as a part will be forthcoming made a lasting impression upon quickly enough. Forof their oode exist in this country is a no part of it will go to English American affairs have sprung generally tunately truth being impressed upon landlords. from the log hut in the clearing. His- disagreeable mind. There has long been the publio tory vindicates the farmer, and he has of the Chinese high binders, Parxkix's associates announce their the right that he has now shown a desire knowledgethroat-cuttitand their proclivities, but intention of standing by' him. There of to assume, helping to make history so long as they have confined themselves will be no surprise in this. With all the and not forming an impassive backto killing Mongols it must be admitted faults that may be charged upon Par-neground to events. Of course there will that they have awakened comparatively there is no person able to fill the be attempts to wheedle and mislead the them murder a few aewfaotor in politics, but happily for little interest Let place he now occupies but himself. Still and the whites, flying pig tails would be he will never again be the Par n ell of the United States such attempts will fail chased into the sea. old. The murder of Chief Hennsssy of New THE QUESTION OF GRATITUDE. Orleans was attributed to the Italian Thr Knights of Labor show a tend but at first this theory obtained The fact remains unchanged that the Mafia,credence. ency to make overtures to the Farmers' Investigation, however, Alliance. QentiU's of Utah owe their deepest grat- little They may be tolerably certends not alone to substantiate it, but itude to these same Mormons. no concession will be granted by tain Thus exclaims a paper published at to trace a large number of crimes to the the conservative grangers that will Logan City. The statement is so abrupt same source. The Italians composing allow the Knights an undue measure of as to be almost hysterical. Yet it is the Mafia are of a class that in their na- influence or permit the radical element worth investigation. Ingratitude is tive country were brigands. Finding to endanger the grip the Alliance has to their someand rob liberty slaughter rated the basest of crimes. Is it possible already obtained upon national affairs. that the Gentile population must plead what abridged by rigorous treatment, guilty to it? A demonstration to that they fled to this country of freedom, Outs of Chicago's papers has been sued effect would both surprise and grieve bringing with them their ignorance, a woman whom it had termed a them. They have not meant to be un- their hatred of society and their keen by blackmailer. If the woman has really stilettos. Once here they have appargrateful. libeled been of course the paper is banded their again, iniquitious sysThe Logan City paper ought to explain ently For what reason should the Gentiles be tem reaching almost every city but hav- wrong, but there is such a' probability according to' precedents, that the wograteful and wherein have they been un ing its head in New Orleans. This bead man has not been libeled, that her boldcollect-ire in is now and its that is Here a dual question that chancery, grateful? wickedness shall soon peer through ness in bringing action will itself be does not seem to be answered by any looked upon as blackmail until proved thing in the political, social or com a noose is a fervent hope. It is a peculiar circumstance if vicious to be something different V mercial environment apparent to any observer.' The Mormons came to Utah and benighted Italian ruffians can on Gould continues steadily to deny havmany years ago. They established a this continent sustain an organization mountain the fastnesses of that acquired more of the Santa Fe or ing still flourishes. Italy monarchy that They could not hide from the law. It is pity of the Union Pacific. With all respect cultivated the soil, just as pioneers did. But unlike other pioneers that such human vermin should be for Mr. Gould, his denial is not worth a did not welcome any who differed allowed to land, but as there seems no cent There exists a strong probability they from thorn in a peculiar belief. They way to prevent this, it is pity indeed if that he is after the Union Pacific. It is did not exhibit toward the constitution they can defy the restrain of an environ- hardly probable, however, that Sidney of the United States the fealty that ment they have not the patriotism to re- Dillon will ever be made president might have been desirable, and they did spect nor the intelligence to under again. Dillon is an old man and would hardly like to burden himself with not rush to the aid of the nation when stand. heavy responsibilities. it was imperilled. In fact they did not foster that spirit of Americanism that Probablt Stanley has seen his proud bos advanced surrounding common- est day as the world's hero. The As might have been expected the prowealths beyond Utah notwithstanding glamor is wearing from the idol. In the ject of General Booth tor bettering tto that this territory's natural wealth broad day light of civilization is revealed condition of London's poor is being opahould have made her the equal of any. a marring element of clay. The pur posed. The Timet opposes it on the The conditions engendered by the pi- pose of Stanley in going to Africa the unique ground that General Booth has oneers still remain to clog progress, to lost time was mercenary. The good no assurance of living fifty years longer. discourage immigration and capital, to that he accomplished was secondary. Then it deems the plan impracticable on etand as impassable walls between neigh- He is not to be blamed perhaps for res- general principles. General Booth's bor and neighbor, and all that Utah can cuing a man who did not desire to be plan of organizing such a body as the do to advance herself is done in spite of rescued, and who was competent to care Salvation Army was also deemed imthese conditions, and not through their for himself, but it was a far differont practicable at one time. Doubtless ti e Ail. proceeding from penetrating years ago Timet would have declared it so. FortuThen why gratitude? True the Gen- to where Livingstone with only savage nately for those who dosire to aid their tile is allowed here now, and he haa re- faces about him was awaiting death. fellows there is no necessity for convivified Utah. He has done it himself. Then the horrible stories of brutality sulting with the London Timet. They He followed no example that he found and crime that make up the turgid rec may perhaps go right nlong depending iurn. Ha set the pattern and happily ord of the rear guard cannot but fasten for approval upon a safer guide; upon it ia some ijHtances has been followed. upon Stanley himself a measure of conscience for inpt:'.rc. A house of The shoe is on the other foot Grati- odium. He should have had men in the refuge is much more v. .'.uable than the tude is certainly due, but the Gentile is rear guard. Tbere were beasts enough learned screed designed to prove that ot debtor. He is creditor. The Mor in the jungle. such an institution cannot be Etarted. X. Tna praeperta tut a row with the locoed !&Lane net m to be ot-'- j is ucluea to y ajthie; tVJca' re! etAst truuffcrs tbis for tLaurliuL Thy aUxit nxra-lug- Elegant and Fashionable MILLINERY. . ejk KHjrr or Lao Mr. Lave Jer !r, but the gentleman did not tread fcpoa ruens a be wended Lis way to triumph. MISS Gov. Goanoa baa been elected senator front Georgia, and ia selecting tL boyootler, the stale has made a mistake. Gordon talks not wisely but too much. 50 Trimmed Hats 50 I tur-Udo- ct If s The oath Ukaa by the Mormon before Judge Miner yesterday bad no uncertain aoundL If the temper of the church ia fairly evidenced by this sweeping and unwavering oath, the oiti-sen- U!k of any revival of polrg&my, or any lingering bop of such revival ia all moonahina. Oxe thing that always impresses upon the members of a household the wisdom of taking sanitary precautions ia to be obliged to bear the rustle of crape at the door, and the sound of clod falling upon a little coffin that has been carried out It ia often than a lesson learned all too lata, for sickness onoe established in a home may work bavoo there ao long aa there ia material for it and only leave whan it baa sealed the lid of the last be loved child. People do not seem to think much about these things until death's shadow falls, a sorrow never to be re moved, across tha threshold. It is strange that people do not think, but . than it ia a busy world. PRESS OPINION. A Twin UbeL Denver News: Two infant donkeys born on election day in the Philadelphia zoological gardens have been named Heed and McKinley. E J. KLINKENBEARD i: SISTEB. AND SAUL ON EXHIBITION For the Latest Styles, Most Attractive Trimings and Artistic Designs, Call on J. KIINKENBEABD MISS E. & 'No. 2351 Washington Avenue- SISTER, - WALLACE, 8MUBT& CO., ONOORPOUATED.) Suooeeeom to WALLACE & TAVEY. WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions. The AChoios of Evils. ritory. Globe Democrat: If Mr. Quay will take the advice, be will break either bis silence or his neck it doesn't matter which. Only RselnsiT Wholesale Dry Goods Hons in Ofdan. GOODS ALL NEW AND WELL. bELBCTKl). sad the Larfest ia tha Te Globe-Democra- t's A Republican Prophet. Minneapolis Tribune: The issue for 18'J2 is already made up. It will be Blaine, protection, and reciprocity against Cleveland and free trade. Avert the Famine. Denver Republican: Let us have free ooinage of silver during the next session of Congress. The money famine threatens the prosperity of the entire oountry. And the Whiskers Oray. Salt Lake Times: It is said an attempt to assassinate the President was made last May. In ths era of lightning speed, the news looks just a trifle whiskered. PEOPLE ASK IF Wo will Always Sell at the Same Low Price We do now. Wo will Say THE OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, No. 2302 "Washington Avenue, and will Sell at One lias Come to Stayand that theAlways JLo west. Price, OURPECIALTIES Are: Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Useful Household Articles, Toys, Dolls, Games. W. Jennings Missed. Wooden and Willow Wares. A full line of Art Needle Work Materials, Stamped Sioux City Journal: W. Jennings Linens, Plushes, Ornaments, Gold and Silver Laoes and Fringes, Plain and Figured for Silks, Lines, Canvasses, etc Demorest, prohibition candidate mayor of New York, spent over (4,500 in his campaign and didn't come within Roman Mexican and Spanish Drawn that mauy miles of getting elected. Work and Embroidery. Not a Boundless Faith. If you will step in our store and see the useful and sensible articles piled up oa Denver Times: Delegate Cannon of our counters you will wonder how they can be made so cheap. adis in his Utah, it said, anxiety for mission, has guaranteed two Republican United State senators and to have promised that the constitution of tho new etate shall expressly prohibit polygamy stipulating that this section shall not bo repealed by the people of the state, unless Congress gives its consent. This seems secure enough. But the Mormons are an artful and a subtle set. They are to be feared the worst when they talk the fairest and promise the most. Their lato surrender of polygamy has been too abject and too readily HAVE 1HE FINEST LINE OF mode to inspire the surest confidence in its sincerity. W. H.VOORHIES. Miles, Strovell & Ulmer FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Copper, Lead and Tin. New Yobs. Nov. 19. Copper, stagnant, lake, November. $16 50. Lead. lull and weak, dornen- tic, il.li. 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