|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
IKiDEN DAI LI COMMKKC1AL: SUNDAY, FEBRUAUY 8, 1691. J051H AXD Tie Call aai THE WHILE, tit Cralij-Xirarle. TV Mxicaa G-,- railway, ia Mexico. of the tVairiesJ fnm k th t:-- for?" y cubtArocVol road igttiU fcaa Wa so aauoTisgly overdone 12 tbe w. r!JL I' tie are of aolil ia tii city that the. Uxnikers are en Jer . aal it lu-iLkbuu in tla offi.v. an 1 1 he id y, aa l Duiy . laarblr-C03v. hiv Tt U vert; trJ thi great ji'&raIs rr.tk of fcfVt-- r Biateciali ay thoM CianiSceM drty ihemarlre kbbjlat-I- y ta tin-- vis- tra-tiitors. Y,"ieu it i confciierei that, eves are t!i cue? ? st tber cwcld tea. ace after the detraction by n l1 the K.f:h UL aUw led luu iV lia of the rail lf TLe r Ae oturr Vhkk k Juca aid aki-- h the Wtsl? Vbo ar tli gull ani Oa of tL kNkJ.cf f aauaisU icforael I'Ub Cucitn aaioathst Use -- C.tiwfci ba4 cvalkraej Ui People 4artr. W&at tea! Or, ratiw-- ual eorgt! Ho ua.forUU tha puncy thln - N;w-t;vr!anJ individually must fe4 this Bj jrcing! Ima'tM the euodition .f tha attenuate! tig ur of eit bar Ridly, CooJuo or Luttleiiekl nfkr uiln iiij tbe burling lurmoJToo IJ ! If tha statetnect of one of the leading f uakjuasU is oorrei't, tla miraria of the gull must bare btwa rieaud and what spectacle that atar chamber must have pruteotad afler tht gorging Mad difiorg- intf bad Umh Meter J t tinea repealed. I be foadiDir f mwitiit referred ta ii have maua a poor j statement must tlo coal J not bare bit Uie bull e-he either overshot or undershot the mark. The People party must have bwen the hala and tha -- Citizens' party" the Jonah. Which is whic i, and which is t'other matters not. Kither way. it is a nauseating dote to present to the Liberal voter of Ojfden. A Libkkai, Vol tu. b'-tin- ia-Lo- Ji Airtiur. Lave dran at ua thirty-fiv- e r m cota-queti- J la-js- t WM. HARC0MBE, way. Ia UtiTifia qntiuB La buea set r a correlation can be comvi Chief Joa-tf- c pelled t J iay its IHeekb y has deci le! that tl Baptist chuixU at Anti-- b mut be soil to IXobtlr pay the salary of its e that laggard conjegatioo will now to boy it in. They would scarcely like to e it paa oat of their hands they failed to pay their past r. ti-- e tled b--tli' The Clothier hua-U- ofd-jea- n !. c la-Ik- tu J ein-iloy- e con-clnio- ma Globe-Democr- e, 5 be-ea- 2473 & 2475 WASHINGTON AVE. tn-ate- -- T?"" ii ? theatre in New York au 1 the subcrtia, bwsJeii aliaofct as mrair cmr v jx-et-y Khowt, concert hull anl other lAzce of aiuu-'W-- tit, it is clear that the auudl army of f Utl wart U a.-- would beivoiie c ictuWraiiltt if penai'.ted, Th L that if the 1 x' managers hire abandoned the rrctine of ee&d-i- u tolicitorii tie newsjuaper offices, but instead moil the ji&rticoiirs of their 1 Ian and such o:Ut iiiattt-- r ai tliey vkh to have puUiihed. This material U j differently by the drauiatio eJit-jrn- , aoeordin to tha The eitnA-tiunM'e of the various is sometimes a puzzlo to the presa agents of the traveling companies that come into town. The majority c;f ttese eoer-tigentlemen intertait their largely cpua beisa informed that they are likely to do more harm than good, but the minority do not take a vacation so lazily. One of these workers Laii thii week poetized his usually proa-i-c efforts. He has sent to e3ch iniortant journal an origin and exclusive poein s in praiie of an a tr-who him. VOTE THE STRAIGHT TICKET. Ths versi-- s tre smxth!y rhymed and l and they extol the Iadys beauty A few year Euitor CoMNKKt-u- i and of a ability with all tho e?it;iu-insi- n ago these word would often be soen of old exub-ra:i- t his Uid ovr knight in the Mormon papers of Cvden: love. None of tnes-- e3asio!u, however, "Another candidate for the graveyard.' liaa yet gained publication. New York This meant another newspaper had Itoen Cor. Washiugtoa Star. started in Ogden and hal ventured to advocate tl principles of the (inutilee Bail Lurk at tha Paneral. of this eecfon. Too pajer invariably The funeral of the late Lphraim Geis went to the graveyard - partly through siiisrer, of near Blue Church, I'pper the tierce o position of the Mormons au'-otowu.-diip- . was held with conand partly tiirough tlis neglect on the siderable At the ho:ue of part of its oA party who should hive the deceasedifficulty. .V abcut two wiles Fid pjireiits, did not support I cial was the first Gentile from the church, ehilxirate preparations Hif uiado all day Tnesday for the dinpnrV ls own, and no doubt. werewhich n was to bo serve j at the business for some time; ner of the obsequies. A calf waa lappy to see that you bus, and the boot is on killtxl and set aside to await the rousting lothiag succeeds like process. When the hour arrived for this on Wednesday the matrons having the )gden have been very affair in charge were greatly surprised to giving their money find that during the night some person ho have paid thetn the had stolen 'the calf, together with other pi in the heeL Lt themselves at a of the funeral meats. Tbe excitement created by this anby giving their brmon paper and to nouncement had scarcely subsided ere smen. leaving their one of the horses attached to the hearse la, or fight it out the of Undertaker Thomas Schaffer, of Lime-por- t, lould, forgeting that while being driven into the yard, all he can get and stepped into a hole from which a post km. had been removed and broke bis leg. Mormon business Gentile The poor animal had to be shot on the prtise kuld not now, only spot The hearse was also caught by a them value lor their wash lino and dismantled of its plumes Allentown (Pa.) Chronicle. ve them nothing, Lay the wind blows. it so exuberant as That Balloon Expedition. I notice of another A correspondent asks, "What time is funeral in Ogden. the balloon expedition to start for tbe oral we might say uorth pole?" Imday. The"Citi- There some doubt is now felt as to 18 parties will be Peace go wilh wliether it will start at all. The men who intended to go are Frenchmen, but ide them ono will the French Aeronautic society, which has been considering the matter, think Bice over the downfall that no good could possibly be accoma political plished, even if tho voyagers were able to fr evenhasofshown bon-n- d over tho pole and get back alive. fpartygood will towards pass The preseut programme is that they will under its government send up pilot balloons nest summer from But when you fight the fight him with lire if you Spitzbergen, and if these show tha direction and force of winds to be favorable ftformon vs. Gentile, as of to the scheme the expedition will start in tho summer of 1892. St. Louis the front, shoulder to Fut in a solid Liberal vote. Coincidence at an Anniversary. four friends voto who are The golden wedding of S. N. Fisk and fiat great privilege. Look fus tickets. Vote none but wife, a highly respoctoil couple, was reiberal tickets, Bnd the victory cently observed at their home in Erain-treA Workman. Mass. A singular feature of the occasion was the fact .that the services JEWEL OF CONSISTENCY. connected with the affair were held in tho same house and the same room of Bitok Commercial: What a jawel the house, and the venerablo couple oc insistency, when certain members of cupied the samo place in the room as Sold city council have joined the when married fifty years before. There 'Citizens' party," which condemns the was the same carpet 011 the nxr and the same pnper on the wall as when the origactions of those very same men. What can Mr. McNutt have done in inal wedding took place. SiiringQeld all the two years that he was recorder to Republican. inconsist-ents- ? offend thse Valuable Carp. Aye; what has he done? Is a The census bureau, with all the rest of city recorder to be hold responsible for the misdeeds (if any there aro) of the its work, has liecn attempting to-- ascer aldermen and councilors? tain the value of the carp which have King Charles I, or Rex III, has fixed been introduced into American waters. their doom. Did he not lately, through One man to whom a schedule was subthe Union, call upon the Toters to knife mitted replied that the carp in liw pond who dare would to crowd of the anyone had been worth $1,000 to him in the past ''Knife for head his raise six months. His wife had been sick and them!' said he. But when Councilor Turner joined he had fed her exclusively upon carp, to the revolutionists he was no longer one which diet lis attributed her recovery. She was worth 1,000 at least, and of the boodlers and rotten ringites. Oh, therefore be estimated hisftain on his in no; he was given a new name and christened "Honest Bill." What is the matter vestment at that sum. Boston Tran with the new men whose names appear script. on the straight Liberal ticket? Why should the "Honest Bill" party presume No Walking on tlif Track. for a moment that those gentlemen One Maine railroad finds that the would not lead better official lives than of walking on the track in the "Honest Bill" and his brother councilors practice winter time may cause a partial sus are alleged to have lived. I do not Bay that the old council acted pension of its operations. People tread crookedly. It is brother Bill and the the 6now so hard upon the tracks of the other turncoats that are giving the story Mouson railroad that the company an a semblance of truth when they embrace nounces that it will be unable to keep its their accusers. branches open this winter unless the Mr. McNutt and the new nominees practice ceases. This appeal ought to are a set of new men who will, no doubt, bring about the result most to be desired, give a square deal and maintain the Bangor (Me.) Commercial. dignity of the Liberal party. They have not joined the Mormons. A Prudent Han. . J. W. McNutt has the noble bearing An Elkton (Mil.) man feared that he and sterling qualities of a gentleman. tie is a gentleman, and mat is one might be buried before he was really reason why some poor, envious things dead, and he therefore directed in his fret their gizzards about him. He will will that his body should be kept for make an efficient, manly and model forty days in a shed built for the pur mayor. It is natural for his old adver- pose. He wanted a bottle of water be saries, the Mormons, to want to down side htm, a latch on the inside of the him, to satiate their saintly revenge; door and a roof slanting to the west. He but, how unnatural it is to Bee the is now the shed. Detroit Free iu lying and Cassiusee Cascas of his Brutuses, own party trying to plunge their tress. political daggers into the conqueror's PraMBoa of Mtnd. heart ! Dr. Tremblay, of Quebec, swallowed Liberal Hurrah for the true-blu- e ' by mistake the other day a ctuuitity of ticket and J. W. McNutt. Marc Astoxt. aoo&ite. Keaiiong that tea poison would cause his speedy death he hastem To meet frequent oalla for mining ed to a priest's honse and received tho ViUV Tar nnHHMfflil. Km nrintiul mnH aacraaieats. Re taming home h made li i u tin hand formal thufioUowvur: Jfntiiv am will, ana very goon die ta the pres-cne- e of location of mining claim, proof of of his young wife and tbre Mi-laoor penoriura, power 01 atwroey so wa. Terewro Utter. locate and sell aaa minlftf devd. pvtf 3 Andrew and Ratl-e- l JaeLson aj pred ated the conaxb pije at it proper value when they to git, one on each side in of their big fireplac. at th hoiuo-toa- d Tennessee, before the general wa elected president, aaJ aniok the tobacco leavea raLd upon their own farm. They would s. have none of your new fangled "t would Andrew a-: jxc-c- o They contended that the flavi smuke was never so sweet as when drawn tbro'ifh the bowl of a cob pipe. Now after all tbee years our British brethren, too, are about to be made acquainted with the virtues of the cob pipe. A Michigan factory is making thew pi; and sending them to Eng-kinDoubtle the British will think they are from oiiie rive and enrions tree. ir.d they will become a fashion. ud nieer-K-hauin- iiniuitiNuiHiu uummuiim 1 -1 .- Ogden, Utah, Fob. 6, 1891. Dear Sir: "We have just finished taking an inventory of our stock, and we find that our lines of Winter Clo thing, Underwear, Hats, and Shoes are Very Complete, and be- - I 1 d. V, A lieu Are IVe Old? 1 chaiie has come over the estimate of maukiud iu regrj-'- l to ae. says a writer in The CVntary. Men used to be old at 40, and aged at 50. Lincoln called himself an old man at 39, and when Washington was M h;i spoke of his "ad vanced season of life." Now nobody seems old any more as long as he can be a man among men, and do the full work of one. The average age of the United States senators at present is 09, and several of tbe justices of the supreme court are past 70. As supplementing the article in The Century, Malcolm W. Ford, the athlete, has recently written a paper ehowing that even thephfsjeal activity of man covers a longer period than is generally He discusses the age at supposed. which an athlete's powers wane and he may no longer consider himself eligible for prize contests. William B. Curtis, one of the pioneer American athletes, was winning prizes in contests at the age of 40, and was throwing weights then better than lie had ever done. Hmry E. Buermeyer, 53 years of age, can still "break an ordinary man almost in two." The athlete who breaks down young is the fast liver. Donald Dinnie, a Scotchman whom Mr. Ford knew, was going around the country engaging in atliletic contests and winning them at the (life of .2. When Dinnie was 40 years old he considered himself as good at miming and jumping as he had ever been. So when is a man to consider himself old? The Nicurnugna Canal. Iu the winter of 1889 the Maritime . 1 I I , 1 I ingdesirousof reducing this stock as much as possible before spring, wo will commence on February I 26th, to sell our entire stock at I "COST" with tho exception of I "Earl & Wilson's' Collars and CufFs,and Stetson's Hats." Every- thing elso in tho stock coes atCost until March 1st. As we always do as we agree to, we feel 1 that it will be to your advantage to call on us if there is anything in our line that you may need. j i "Very Respectfully, 1 WM. HAKCOMBE. NHunimrrnimimiimiriiiiiiimiiiiu it JO 55 WHOLESALE GROCERS, THE CHICAGO Milwaukee & St. Paul Canal company, of Niearaugua, was incorporated by congress. The company asked no aid from government, only h the only linp running Solid Vwtihulcd, Stm-Loatianil l Train Daily seeking a charter a legal certificate Ixawifn Chiraffo ami Omalia, comKHed "to give the company an honest name," of Miuraiiicent Sleeping Cars and as one of the most enthusiastic advo- The Finest Dining: Cars In the World. cates of the bill said. Two years have passed since the company was chartered. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLAS- S. The incorporators have been at work, and it does not appear that they have done anything winch bliows them unAny furtlior information as to Rates of Fare, by worthy of the trust reposed in them. etc., will be cl.eerfully fumit-heALEX MITCHELL. They have obtained important concesCommercial Agent. T. F. POWELL, sions from the Niearaugua and Cost 1 Traveiinif Airetit. Rk'a governments,' and all is wovkinj 101 S. Main Salt Lake City. Street, RAILWAY T LX. Importers and Jobbers. Klectnr-liffhtM- h:ir;!!o;iiorts'y. Manufacturers in Utah. It is desired now, however, to sti'.l more set the seal of tho United States f The Largest Confectionery s i Skookam loot To govennneut upon the enterprise. this end an amendment to tho original charter has le:'n introduced into Mr. Sherman, so long chairman Grows Hair Rapirffy. of the committee 0:1 foreign relations, has introduced the bill to amend in the Eradicates Dandruff. senate, with the unanimous recommendaStops Falling Hair. tion of his committee that it lie passed. Tbe i;"v act will give the United Is a Preventive States government substantially control of Baldness, over the canal, without probably calling Grows Hair on on it for any fnnds, though it will guarBald Heads. antee payment of principal and interest Is an Exquisite on the new bonds, which permission is Toilet Article. given to tbe ompauy to issue, to the amount of $100,000,000. In case tho comIs Free from all pany fails to pay the interest as it falls coloring matter. due the secretary of the treasury is auk mat registered.) (Ttade thorized to pay it. Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Poisons The new Niearaugua bonds, if the bill It is an honest and meritorious becomeB a law, are" to bear date of Jan. preparation. 1,1891, and are to be payable Jan. 1, 1991. They will bear interest at the rate Nature's Own Remedy. of 3 per cent., payable quarterly. The bonds as they are printed will bo deposited with the United States treasurer, Skooknm Root Hair Grower Co. and he will give them up to the comNEW YORK. pany from time to time as the work Foi Sal by all Druggists. progresses. By the senate act the United States will make such a contract with the Maritime company as will assure the TIIE- six of canal within the years. completion Then tlie government will practically, control this magnificent work, just as WAITKH BHAXD, PRO. Enaud now controls the- - Suez canal. Furthermore, there ia one important adA CI.KAN, NEAT, vantage to be obtained by the United States from this bill. By its provisions OYSTER AND SHORT ORDER HOUSE the government is empowered at any time te pizrchase a uiajurity of tlie comfiaadar Hiaaot from 4 to p. n. pany's stock, i&tar aataeuai iniiereste re-lit. OGUEX. ' BIUNT con-'jres- s. Gerinan Kestaurant ht 3-3- ATK, Factor v and Salesrooms, 2327 WALL AVENUE, OGDEN. ITM k ROBI HARDWARE COMPANY. 2345 Washington Avenue.