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OGDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: Sl'XDAY. FEBKl AKi 15. 189!. ... THE COMMERCIAL. OG CCH. b. m. tM ti I (i Wul'iLrtia t. (Mt at TS iiUnl TFTI8EH at ara l.Sn tav it f I nmi sed i parUesiif aut, let theai wait cr In. Tbeotjiturwof Aplasia netted great os the oautd. Ai. Ue ass-a-k of thai IsmMsy pmmt , sssitatiim rssnr g the I uiosaws. i i 1. a tariff far t'liB 1 - esiyf kamger; at aaj sst, li OaJaau-- rj are a few of the aaaay euasUussi i sad beg am thea birth ward aaarch On ill cocfroat the without an ae-that February 17lh CoiiuuUa ass captured. east This eosssaVJed the aaeany to evacuate be LH thesa afuaraly ettusi. grind aad fairiy, tor wpoa the eorrert answer Charisatos whits wsynrsa ii I byfifcsr- to cooper sua on the Wth. of thsas qaastions depends, in at isg of the ate or unite with Oea. Grant's arm). the measure, prosperity A great U 0A XUERMAS'S DEATH og the ft kg of the republic i l.lf iimI Again nation mourn. . . gaeat feaeral, a nuts patriot, a true it territory. Ts Losses, ul croiaws lira haa paaai il from the prenent be fiiswirWirilin It durarsr no neotaaity helped to make gluriou to Uie at the present time for such a step. It fur. fearkwsJv announces that the Liberal ho (jeoaral Kherouui la dead, lie and safe y.-it- u l.-- 5 an P'?7Z?!XT' oy way Khertoaa sooted Kaveitviile hi aids Goldshorougb. At Av;(.VBur.ugh on March ltflh. h. met a body of confederate. j and defeated foroe of the tha . Juhneoa at under Gen. J. enesiy enough lToua umy a, Bentooerille re party is good enough was next in rank and aeruod only in es for the prmeiit demands. law aLd ervioea to hta great oom Should it be dended. bowerer, that r, Oasaral Grant, haavurrendernJ Liberal whip has to be aawn into two the for the first, last and only time. But he at the The or more yielded only to the inevitable. Il ia touching!) appropriate that the flaglie bred and honored should by its half mast position symbolize sorrow and Few are the mourning at ahiadeath. character in American history who have done luore to keep its stars uo dimmed and tixed upon its field of blue; to maintain its stripes untarnished in their glory. How proudly that banner led his victorious army "from Atlanta to the ssa!" How grandly that army mad pauiway "fifty milts in latitude, three hundred .to the inuin!' The voice that once "commantled, in w Kilent, shall 'echo down th corridor of lime; the form that once awoke cheers, now siilllin'tleath, Mnall speak from im perishable marble; the name which was unrixl byliving comrade shall live iti ing glory on History's brightest .aes. .t.V USFUl.Fll-l.K- ilM attak retslaed anJ Sh-rm- n lb- - :3d a Mam. entered GokUU.roug. and tiiere formed a junction with 8cum- (Visskscul parts. On April 3rd he moved against the time of parting will be on the right part uruy of Jobnstoo. then the only remain and will endeaver to make it decidedly iug at rat eget ic point. He entered ttdeigh nd intensely hot for "the on the 13th.- had an interview with John inter-- ' stori on tii- 17th and agreed with hi in on other fellows." a truce of peace which was disproved by Hie president and cabinet, his t.Tti.s leiiig deeuied too little, and on the J(ilh Caijfornu will expend OUU,t"X)on her Johnstoo surrendered hi army on the exhibit at the World's Fair. eane terms as were granted to Lee. The march to the sea had been made, "Kn-iPMai. action" is the new saw! the march to the north was finished, the war was at an end. Sherman was l a euphoneous term in legislative parlance turioua. -f r a Uade." In August, 1861, Sherman waa a major usueral in the regular arstT. In August, 1886, he was made NtBKAsKA's legislature has appropri in place of Gen. Grant, ted f 100100 for the relief or her drouth lieutenant general In 18t& he was nompromoted general. stricken settler. inated general by brevet by President Johnson, but he declined, and wheu ame president in lHtR Sherman TilK enormous tm,-- "f Ni ig.ira Falls him as general and com siiei-- t ilel is to he utilized and distributed by mander in chief of the army. He retired mean of compressed air. in 1885. i An interesting communication con cerning iron works appear in this issue. It is written bv a citizen of Oi;den. Tin. great Gladstone is accredited w it! "One generation maxee hintory; an- the wrote saying that "nothing except the mint raoordajit," acntontiously l)vul)tlenH can make money without advertising." rTrhi8tormn, Macnulny. there aro many followers of men and the "Two cents and no passes" is the sentioneHwho often wish that some facts Ixiiled down, of the latest railroad cmillinl. ment, others and be resriled might Thislatter wish is especially appliciible bill introduced in the Kansas legis 1st ure. to unfulfllled predictions. At Kirtland, Ohio, February UtMlKVi. A Hni'i.Ki i. sign of the timee appears in Hnnth, tho founder and pfOfasM of the Mormon church, "The Chybrch of the fact that twenty nine stales have en .leus Christ of Latter Day untm," made acted laws forbidding the sale of ciar ) a propheoy or prediction. ll( stated. ettee to minors. with befitting solemnity, that "fifty and 4i With Blaine's reciprocity idea mU our the nix years'froin that date sho eatulilisheit and Ameriean shipping in h oixl doming of Christ. fed by such shape as to enable us to make the VosteVdoy wna tho exac most of the plan, Uncle Sam will o a 1'rophel Smith fifty six years of Christ second rushing business at the old stand, j The coining i Tho prediction was not f prophecv was nol true Bu t he earnest ana uusiness like wan- in Not a p; it m ikoany difforence? which the Chamber of Commerce those who have read iMiwanyr'ijlcs practical problems for the ad "Hoosier School Master' will re vaneeuient of Ogden indicates that oaU the graphic uccount ot Ubj prepnra-lionsomething important will lie accommade for the seoondr coming of plished. Christ, in Indiana, years ago, by n large number of frantic mid frenzied fanatics. Thkre has been a decrease of $20,000, Awension robes were made, family ties XXI in the national bank circulation were disregarded, work and business of within the past year, but this has been nil kinds were susponded, property was much more than made up by the inm tlccd, live stock was neglected and crease of the silver currency during that the time was spent in prayer. period. rortunalely. in lUOfl bad results have A brief comment by the Provo fo!!')wel Josepii SmiHra prophecy. Notwithstanding his positive declaration, oi.'nrr upon Ogden's good sense: "Oghte foUowers went on with their usual den makes a big noise during a political work and binine vesterday. battl, but when the smoke clears away, i'hey hive shown goo,l sense in to it is refreshing to see both sides again doing, even though it indicated either n s art work for the welfare of the cit. lack ot knowledge that uuch a prophecy United efforts on the part of the citUdMI km bom poade or a Midi of faith in its of Ogden have made that city what it is fultillment. todav." Hither dilemma implies thnt as a of the SuPUUMlMlUUI'l BaMwOft, prophet, Joseph Smith was not wholly a mountain division of the Union Pacific, brilliant success. will oftlcially occupy his uew head A r! quarters in this city tomorrow. It Ql KSTIONS. afford Tta CkutifEr.tAL much pleai ara In view of the proposed organization to stale that ttn expression of good will of th Uepnbhean nnd Demoorstic par and welcome to Mr. Bancroft, both ties, the candid and unbiased considersad officially, at many among ation of a Tew question, may result in the citizeno of Ogden, who are 'pie. la I good. that he has become a resident of this Who want the old party lines drawu city. The general expression is that Mr. in this territory? Do the masses of the Bancroft may tind his stay aatotlg us voters ask it, or is it the'scheme of a few Iwth profitable aud pleasant. If the former, let it come; lioliticians? if the latter, let it wait. Herttid In the Lincoln (Nob.) M'o7. Is it of March 11th will be begun the pui!ica-tioWhy draw ti e party lines now? for tho best interests of Ogden and of a powerful story by J. D. Calt'tnh.or is it to carry out some political houn, the newspaper man maneuvers? If the former, let it come and writer. The story deals with that now; if the latter, let, it wait. obscure and hitherto overlooked featuro What sudden exigency has brought of southern life during the war the this question to a foous now? Is there experience of the private soldier and the any issue before the iieople of this city citizeu. The story is written in or territory requiring the dissolution of poor Mr. Calhoun's strongest vein'and will the Liberal party and the erecting upon run in the Herald fo- - three or four its ruins of two or more parties? If so, months. Special subscriptions, four let it be done; if not, let it wait. months for rifty cents, will be tuk m in What, possible guaranty can be given, connection. that after tho Lilwral party has been idod the People's party will not unite A Stransrer Murdered. at any time, nt church dictation, and Bomon, Feb. 14. A man was mur "knock the stuUing'' out ot the two or IsTwi in South Boston last night. He parties created from the one Liberal ired into the hallway of a teneIarty? Suppose such n guaranty could ment house nod clubbed to death. The lie given and kept, what good purpose police have arrested four young desperaweuld We subserved? Would not such n scheme result in does, but they don't know the name of Ho is a stranger to tho60 the most colossal toadyism and ft 'in key. the victim. live in who the neigh borhood. He is im known in any Rtate or territory in about 33 years old, 6 foot C inches in B Union frsntid bidding for th height, dark complexion, black BMUaV t pport of the Poople'j pp.rty, which tacho aud weighed about 112 jiouuds. iph . ttt - indis-cussin- s ,' n well-know- -- 11 KM IMH KVANSTOX. Letter From the Wyoming Burg. W. L White, a live stock man of Salt I.ake, is here. lloodmaster Dulary of the Union Pa ci lie is quite ill with bronchitis. G. A. Bailey, a popular insurance man from Ogden, is in Evanston on business. J. W. Voting, a business man of Butte, Mont., is visiting his friends in Evanston. B. J. Meyer, a business man of El Paso, Texas, is looking into business prosperity here. J. H. Temple, a well known gents' furnishing goods man of Chicago, is in Evanston. H. F. Savage, of the Travelers' Insur ance company, is in Evansion on business for his company. J. A. Weed, of CheyenneXsuperintent-den- t of the bridge denarjmont of the Union Pacific, is in town. G. C. Hewitt, superintendent of the Sweet Water Mining company at Rock Springe, is in Evanston for a few days. The Evanston News, edited by Post master Dillen prior to his exit, is advertised for sale at public auction by mortlieguhir Weekly gagees. John W. Porsham was arrested at Smith's Fork Saturday, charged by W. QL Somers vith using fence poles that did not belong to him. Il is rumored here that the shop men are to be put on extended time. ' They have lately lieen working eight hours a day, and suspending work t n Saturday. John (!. Fiero was orduiued elder at the Presbyterian church Thursday night. Dr. Wishard took ci arge anil Mr. Fiero has propounded the service. lived a long while in this county and is highly esteemed. J. W. Mills and Miss Uelony. of this place, were united in marriage Thursday evening nt the brioe's home. Tho ceremony was performed in the presence of friends by Bishop Brown, of the Mormon church. The annual oyster supper of Iho church will be held on Monday night MIooSBding tho 22nd of February. A commit-tof M langeue ntsof live w.is named at a recent meeting. The atTair will b held at the church. A gentleman from the eastern part of Wyoming, who has stopped at the important towns along the U. P. lino in this state, reports a great many discharged U. P. men idle. They have been exporting for two months to be put to work agaiii. Mrs. I. C Winslow gave n sleighing party to a Quntbsl of heririends Friday afternoon. The guests were Mrs. E. S. Crocket, Mrs. John and Chas. Stone, Mrs. W. E. Knight. Misses Stone and Carmichael, Mr". Fargo and Mra. E. W. Hinchman. The Pacific express agent here, G, L. Stanrod, will leave Evanston the first of March. No one has been named as his Mr. Stanrod enjoys a successor yet good reputation in Evanston, and has made many friends. He is a native of Kentucky, and has been in this town several years. Wm. Huiton. a prominent attorney in Evanston, has been qualified as administrator of the estate of William Powers, deceased. He has written the Standard Accident Insurance company, at Detroit, ond he expects a favorable response. The policy is for $2,500 and it is the opinion of some that the claim will be contested. The Evanston Choral was organized The society' has eighteen Saturday. members and will have for its object the development of the musical talent of Evanston. Many of the business and professional men are members. Among them are Messrs. Marr, Cowles, Jesse Knight, Epersou, Luden, Coleman, Webster, Hnmm, Sloan, Ausherman, Booker, W. E. Knight, Blackburn, Knk;iit. Pres-iiyteria- n Gal-lande- t. in the Longton Km. "Our mother has been very-sicthe past week, but we think she is bctler this tnorniug." Editorial, Times: GRAND ssd Jir Sn ejotit ffjrs while etching, u-- Uy bjrkssjaw v f the With tSS t"A uf the ba-- latr.aiuord MUOie erv prettv dancing, and Mr. Hi n. a Put tie. cang Hume uuie bail mag in very gJud ituitaliua of the average u t actur ia a vanatv ahow. Buaafsss tdi srfrad frosx a bad ooii. Mr. OnMs, Major Bird, the aiau who was -a full of hois as s caleader." M ktrosg ia hi aart. as be w as last Friday ... Mr Sei...r J.nn Ihiooe Petru Farina was very acceptable. The balance of the coawasnr were up to their evening' ex.elleu.i. -uv AliogetL.r Margery Daw" --was what uf an improvement over Imp," but neither play u what It ahould be to of P.i'.t: MaWsMl M rtMksl (. hrl OPERA HOUSE! !JVij PtULUMl Issssa eaa XaaaavV A Monday and Tuesday, February i 6 and 17. THE LEADING TRAGEDIAN FREDERICK WARDE P Bower, ssd a M Mia D. s Ifsu. atar.h to the sas 1st Ikeas MM MmM -- ternol Bswi-- il USEMCKTi awMaV aMp Daw" wssui je a ssjy fair 1 at a stay were it sot fur the eaeri Mis Bast, ttjatf aoe, suusg il rtMCor to fa.r the cuurage of the pe pie aad dcJperaW aiwsssrms sere rwerud W-- t - TVfadof AtlU wa totUmsiederae- - AM TAKEN. fstM -- U nil mi taw tsCaacw of Uto iamraMas dasuet jd H- - the LtUaral Arty futfii rfcf r J bod UTAH comu. ftlMI sou r ft rep.'et stwtltMSM aVc-la- i lo-L- l of product) rrLd HENRY VIII. Frederics-- Warde a Cardinal Wool, aad Mrs D. P. Bower as Queen Catherine. Tuesday night, great double bdi, Shakespeare's corned) entitled MERCHANTS OF VENICE It fc.i orjber company of comedians It etas s pity to spoil a good comedy to Fredrriek Warde a Shy lock and Mr. D. P. Bower a Portia, to be followed b make only a fair Shakespeare' comedy Tomorrow night the Warde Bower opens at the Grand in Shake pear' "Henry VIII." Frederick Warde at Petruchio. FreaVrirk ' Katherine and Petruchio, wrr. W.,r,e an.l Mir I P. r will appear tomorrow night at the G rand opera house in Shakespeare' -Henry VIII." They give a magnificent production well worth seeing. In speak iLg of it 'he New Orleans lime say: "Whether it was the personal popularity of Frederick Warde and Mrs I) P. Bowers r the fact that they appeared in oue of Shakespeare's play' rarely seen upon tho stage of today, is not plain, but they were greeted at the Academy of Music lat ereuing by one of the large, audience there for many da) s. The was 'Henry VIII.' play -Mr. Warde appeared as Cardinal Wokwy, and Mrs. Bowers a U ISM Katharine. TV play was necessarily arranged to suit modern requirement, and ended with the baptismal of Elizabeth. As presented it aroused the interest and, at times, the enthusiasm of the audience. The costumes had the merit of being historically correct. The scenery was effective and as maris as waa possible. On the whole, the presentation was a pleasing one to the large audience, aud the applause was not stinted. "Mr. Warde is a careful and conscientious actor of the declamatory school, and with a clear, resonant voie that was beard to effect in the Cardinal's lines last evening. He was seen at his best upon the realization of his fall from greatness. His characterization was an allabsorbing and powerful one. Mrs. Bowers was a typical queen, ond did credit to her reputation as a capable actress. Miss Catharine Coggswell did well as Lady Anne Boleyn. Mr. B. W. Turner's King Henry was the tradi tional rough and gruff personage. Mr. C. D. Herman took the dual parte of the uuKo or Buckingham and the Earl of Surrey effectively, and the rest of the company all did well." Tuefday evening will be given a grand double bill-'TMerchant of Venice" and "Katherino and Petruchio." 35. k 7.-- .. Iki cor-rec- I f 1 XO and 10. Sale of seat oominenoe Friday, Feb. sIKAM ).KN f AUNDRI CO. (IM OKI'OII.Vn O. V. 1 1 U EN )KK8IIOT. 1 Hnntwrr 1) O. A. PAIfMKLEY. Sec. and Ti-ea- . SINCE PURCHASING THE Ogden City Steam Laundry We have addod mauy Imirovemeut to our Fine Equipment, employe 1 Eiperieueed and t'omprn-u- t help, and ure bow prepared to give our patrons Service as Can As Good k M in CtaL We intend to Lead all Competitor in Quality of Work, and leave the Quantity to an Appreciative Public, (iive us a trial. OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO. 1VI. lT:t SLSSth St. Hour of Itecd Hotel. DON'T BE DECEIVED! BV (JAIZY AXNOPXCEMENTS OF Overstocked! Cut Sale! Closing Out! Etc he N'ntef. Alvin Joslin has been cabled the worst netor on the stage, but he has made money enough to build a SMOO.OOO theatre. Stuart Robeon still plays "The Henrietta..' and has made arrangements to bring the piece out in London at the Avenue theater. Capt. Alfred Thompson is negotiating with Barnum & Bailey for a bigspectac ular production circus. in They are only Schemes to Work off Stale, Unsaleable and Shelf-wor- n Goods. Old Goods are expensive at any price. Quality and not Quantity is to be desired. We do not have the accumulations of years to offer to our patrons. Come and Get Our Prices on New Fresh Goods! connection with thoir Emma Ablxitt's request that her bodv should bo cremated will be disregarded, because her mother has a distaste for that form of disposal of the dead. "Reilly an' the 100" at Harritran's New theater, in New York, is likely to run the rest of the season. Harrigan had the good judgment to build a small theater, and as a result it is packed at every per formance. "The Senator has just finished a long run at the Star theatre. New York. W. H. Crane has been a druwing card since the dissolution of partnership with Rob-soMr. Crane will fill another long engagement at the same theatre in the UTAH GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO. 2300 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Troy Steal Laundry fall. A dramatization of "Tho House on the Marsh" is promised shortly. Anyono remembering that wilu nightmare of imagination can easily form some idea of What a drama will be produced. "Mr. Potter of Texas." a dramatization of Guntcr's novol of that name, has just been brought out ia New York and is a popular hit. Mr, Gunter's plays, as well as his novels, are free of action and are never dry and wordy. Sarah Bernhardt on her present tour will probably play engagements in the United States, Australia, Mexico and South America, being away from Paris about two years. Neil Burgess has departed from the usual habit of issuing lithographs and kindred mementoes by having a bronze medallion portrait of himself struck off. Facsimiles of this he has sent to his frieuds in the profession and to otherr. GEO. A. CRAIG, PROP, g Id I Q St., Telephone Remember, 1 am the only Laundry man in Ogden owning and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery. SIM & ROBINSON pees HARDWARE Baking Powden COMPANY. Jea in Millions or Homes 40 Year the Standard. Its superior (excellence proven in million of home lor more than n quarter "f a century. Il U used by t'nit ...1 Btatn Gnverantcat. Enrlorstxlby the "Head of tho Ureal ( nivf as tho stn. Purest, aad roost liealtlifoL ( ream Dr. Price lUkinn JWaVr does not Lime or AI i. .. Sold nail contain Amnonia. inC!-- . PRJCK KAKINfj POWDEK IX). Now York. t'Uicsfio, rl;ui Kraicu-Sf l.uui. tv iajS 2345 Washington Avenue.