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UODES DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUSDA V. f EBKI aRV IS. TALKPD IRON ffOHKS out OfcJ V, OLD .r:,Vl--U-- t IE THE rw,e It mi t bKUr lor tl act (uod fur U crty. I joxwa,. - boraasu-do f.j ' TLtf ki atovnr The CLiiuWr Took Hold IU tLi-.lfuud nIt up Tbe UhiAsr of Bfttl Earnest. t 0 Kirvl U IR't It FUfv tkf. f tLii tLu li!Lj : 0 owCt, NEW' IN. S.Mc!ll it -- baheseai-ec- 1 t auaw-U- ii y. Lt . Tilt SCHEME X tU- - Aj tbe cit r f And . Cfpurt Mrr Cawplrtt-iMiait- r mi llata. evl a if thy No BlSIXfcss oaarils T4 Niybi. uput. U, till be I : i Ih.nK. a ttr..- H bat aa a .uc-- Mr. Kidney Strieus, ifae meotins to order. t. u.i!ita "i - . Kvth,Urt ajade domic S mtrx'j . it . i an are lem the several ipia I tim ijspsrtatsaai This tke labor d fo7 the uai. ttLOr .too. Major KswI has good of UWd Lard and Las iwr Deflected aad great deaTof )!? JJBWMtl he ngat aad I efforts. wish to state thai I mm mo aad alwa Ltea Mea a UberaJ 10 nHt - m thai i rw aKful The Chamber of Commerce me mfht comfuraiably to call. In the a aeace of the preMdeot, Mr. David Evaius, ,WJ Mjr awtjsftei. iii.. to haws MM I ifui thaw aucii are my uttent icus. . WAS ca.J esswycatuwwi trard to kKI.H.Ol S !rJl IX Km To thi nmaid I wnU . leave tour II Sin aw u. a. nam, if hate any, uutatde of Jijaitmas. The bVtinur and laroutiug Xator I wdftinl tne word to aieae. I the couacd ehaawhsr. aad 15 Sunday. Pre. tot us do all February Ling by sow a! ll.e " J aod then if it at realise, however, laal la l be politics of our boataeas in a Mi 12u. 1 aW I am. that wdl cossiuand Jm HI Earta Made aa Address Wkirh iraU to g onaiuoraexteottte bu Utah as wU as in other thu gs that has the Mast ax. arhoul at. at . Haaday .. p. ll Pl r M-- rt mem can be uedertekea. The lead ff Kstawator at 6: A m. av Are biven hV low . U"M! rough t dur toyal ctluen aloe do a mam worth fl0,OUi. few the ye-A change which to past inwtaltoo all ing la addition Mayor Turner stated Mr. Steveos thought the I think is feeding fur the. that ha was a atan of few words and The City Council met yesterday eean-in- of the entire people, and a Ut interest uakiag of iron here ie no lunger an which change t'oogregatajoal Chapel Five Potass would be pleased to see the spirit of r I aas free U. adjia m in special aw inn, the peruueut, and there is no use in lid to wei brent t ..retail school attJOp av PrisshaM being Suiidaj the deliberation in of ing up old machinery. the formal transfer .4 the reins of city by Mrs. L. M. Baitoy at 7 oVka k p nes He the eounol. 'hat hoped the Mr. Brown thought the property 'Kealuuiig the rawpeawihtlitj which f the new council aoukl be as Everybodf invited worth all it w ill cost and theold fumroe government to the hand of the new beeo planed upon me unsolicited. I an the meetitars of the old can be set to earning something at once. council. I"4 task knowing full well Ho bad netef knusn a budv cTiuruh. u ' Mr. Jotu moved the appointment of of There sere present of the old council: adiumwtrstiou of men to work Uaretber for two tara t a committee of five to organize an irou Aldermen IdMI Uurvl smd poo tie kUDiiurt imeo mo ith as little friction a hail the asttan trc,;l.j-!,,lwl- . Shdling and Whaleti: and Hrt. tml) i w, .J ..... ... company. sw-- l j ing council, for all of a horn he had the Blawdel, Hank, and court that siipi.jrL Hot aa a Petteiigill I move as a substitute Councilors Turner, utmost reopect. Preaching at 11 am. and 73) that Messrs. Brown, John tj. Caanou and Chapman, Hurlbut, Corev and Griffin. aooal favor, but for the good of Ogden. The Baraatt Bundat of the new mayor was by Ret. Don Maguire be made a committee to Absent -- I Aldermen Fell. Kinder and do not expect to get along in the receivedinaugural with a round of applause. The at taO p. av Voung people's ptayav report :he exact condition of the old Prealiaw, and Councilors Ziemer, An- discharge of my duUes without making members of old City Council with meeting at 0 JO p. at. works and land at a meeting next week. Maw- amtotakea, but trust with the at eigne of reliefthe vacated the comfortable If thiaji ae it is represented I will lie one derson and Douglass. of distance u.j kentiemeu and my arm chairs which thet had occupied for t Lot. u of ten men to put $6,000 into it and buy All of the old city official acre friends that the errors made will be as thepsattw.i tears, and the members it. but I want to know just what there present and s number of spectators. Sert at court bouse Sun few as possible and of diminishing in. elect County modestly and shyly slid into the day morning. Subject' "The Church of is of it, facts, and no imagination. At neveo o'clock the council was called portauce as work progresses. vacant seats. was The made. A. B. Johnson thought this not aques -change Christ" All are invited t"order to !!:e In relation to the enforcement of The new administration had ('.'.. Kr order lion of speculating in real estate, but of McNutt read theu,aoi begun. Ki Kiiwis KiM.tjtK, PanU.r. minutes of the last the laws, I have only this to aav, that so Turner then asked Councillor Mayor starting iron works. For iron works the meeting which were adopted. The re-- . far as it is within my poser all lsws Alison if he be would it to old plant is not in a good place. He order then slated that there were no shall b legal thought Presortartan Church. impartially enforced, and at th I transact business at this meeting. favored taking itV.iU and buyi g a new retorts of committees or other business same time r eitien, no matter what e. Councillor Allison (t or. im aad Tvrat) fuurth Be Juuak would it be thought plant. This act will also command more to come before the council. ate his condition or profession, shall have better to avoid Lata. raur.I confidence abroad. There will be no complications by postMayor Kieeet arose and announced the fullest protection attic h the law af Preaching by Rev. L. E. Wtshard, I). poning business until the next regular trouble to get capital lit rent el We that in installing the new city govern- f Tils. D . at 11 a ax. and 7utu p. m. Sabbatt. have the iron fields here and can control ment he wished to say a few things which "Gentlemen, economy in the public meeting. school at 12:30 p. m. 1'oung peoples' City that Heywool Attorney them. And we can get men to come accurred to him as appropriate lor the thought expenditure must be our satehword; as the meeting had been tailed eipressly meeting at :4ft p. m. here and operate works who will then occasion. we must make every dollar count to the for the purpose of installing the new city He be Ogden men. favored a site some best advantage and strive to give our government, MAVOK KIEMX' 'H. MPEft it would scarcely be ad vis where in the vicinity of North Ogdeu. To Soften the Skin. constituents the benefit of every dollar able to transact any other business. "Gentlemen; in retirir.u from the office which Works there would do this citv as much contribute by a way of taxa they 1 w ish to Councilktr Allison of of moved this skin is aubject whose that the f express tion. city, city roughmajor good as if they were on Main stree. For recorder be instructed to prepare a list ness when exposed to the air matt) remedy $35,000. ou can put in a better plant to the members of the outgoing council, I "In wish conclusion, once mure to of all of employee the city, together with the dilficulty by applying Wisdom'g my former colleagues, the high regard than the old one ever can be. and esteem which I shall ever feel to- say that I shall do the best I can at all their compensation, and that he furnish Violet Cream. It restores the natural Mr. Pettengiil then moved to to times the duties of discharge a my ftr. copy of such list to each councillor action of the skin and induoee his own motion to appoint Messrs. 1. wards them as men who have faithfully office honestly and in such a wav that prior to the next meeting. Also that all and elasticity. snd efficiently labored for the good of Hi twn, I), .loi.e-- . Win. K. H 10 X . , m much totoD. ( us a rl.. fl.ia Twowt-af- m "' ! . g dot-to- ialil 1 The miuutee sere read and approved. The matter of the iron emelter tt 1U taken up. and Mr. 1. Brown made a his- torical explanation of the founding and operation of the irou smelter already here. lie explained how the orkn had been choked down until now, the owner, the Pueblo company, always refuting to tell the works, until they now fear other smelters ill be erected and offer to ue-t ate. Mr. Brown said that the owners will sell the smelter and thirty three acres of land for about $52,5110, which includes the eewer taxes. The iron here has been ass;ed in l'lttsbvirtfli recently and tin' product was pronouuced equal in quality I to any ever made in the United States. I Salt Lake City is anxious to get the works and is willing to put money into it. Mr. Pettengiil What is t is ore? Mr. Brown - The best is red hematite which runs from 40 to 0 per cent, of very tin? iron; it is very touh and will produce the best of steel. A locomotive on the Utah Central has been made of this iron and it has lasted better than m-any other engine the company owns. Pettengiil-Ho- w is the coal around ) hero for smelting? Cannon a committee to re Brown- - Almost any of the coal near and John here will do well. Coke made from the port to an adjourned meeting of the Bio Grande or Pleasant Valley coal will Chamber the exact value of the old serve the purpose very well. The red ulant and land so that the relative iner its of the two schemes may be deterhematite ore melts very easily. mined. Pettengii- l- How much of that iron did Mr. Jones withdrew his motion. you ever produce here? A. 8. Condon said he had a tract of Brown We turned out about sixty land in the vicinity of North Ogden, betons and sold it for about $ 15.per ton. Don Maguire -- Are not the works in tween the two railroads, and he will be such a dilapidated condition as not to be glad to give thirty acres for the erection of n smelter if the works are to be put of any account? Brown Oh, no. I can very soon in that part of town. J Mr. Jones mentioned several entermake them as good as ever. They were all right when shut down. They can be prises he is looking up for the benefit of fixed in good running order in from four the city. Mr. Stevens said that of Mr. Condon's to six weeks' time, for $10,000 to start land is not suitable for a location for with, the balance in ninety days. iron works he will give thirty acres for Sidney Stevens You say they took the purpose up in near the lime rock. the rolling mill away? The motion of Mr. Pettengiil was carBrovn -- Yes, the mill, the squeezer and shears. They will not return these, but ried and the secretary asked to notify will sell the land and furnace for the the committeemen. Mr. Kidgely hoped that the exact demoney Htated. Don Maguire- - I nm satisfied that this tailed cost of producing the iron from iron is as good as any that can be pro- the furnace would be reported by the duced. There was undoubtedly trickery committee. Mr. Johnson said he could give some in closing down the old works. There are inexhaustible beds of iron ere here facts on that at once and read the folof this excellent quality. If this iron lowing items of cost of turning out pig furnace is once started it is bound to be iron: $3 00 a success. Smelting 4 00 Brown Some Pittsburgh men propose Transportation 5 50 to take the thing up if we do not, but Mining they want to organize there and that Total, $12 50 was what made the failure before. I Mr. Maguire thorght Mr. Johnson's think we should own and control the works here. estimate for mining too high about Mr. Pettengiil - It so happened that I double the real price, ai the work here is stumbled on to a full corroboration of largely surface miaii ga id very cheap. what Mr. Brown says. I spent a day reMr. Ridgely moveu that Mr. Johnson cently with the foreman of the Eagle be requosted to report at the next Iron Works in Salt Lake city, and he meeting an itemized statement of the says this is the best iron he ever used cost of mining, trans cr.atian and smeltand ho was glad thut the thiug was be- ing iron. Carried. If the works are The secretary read an educational ing started up. opened he will use no other irou. His proposition. Laid ovc r. iron now costs him $20 a ton in freight An invitation to ruih members of the and if iron can be produced here for present Chamber of Commerce as may 520.50 we have the market. If iron can visit New Orleans soon, to wait upon the be produced at what Mr. Brown says, chamber there in the interests of 313 to $15 per ton, then no foreign facfriendly commercial relatione, was read tory can send a stove or any other cast- and laid over. We cannot maning into this country. Adjourned to Wednesday evening ufacture wood work or some similar next. things, having no raw material, but we can make iron products. And iu so doMarried. ing we solve the problem of exorbitant At Ogden, freitrb.,8 both in and out of this city. February 12, 1891, by R. W. Cross, Ogden has reached the place where it Utah, Commissioner, Mr. Chris Madsen mtist make its future growth from the U. S.Miss Dora Christensen, both of Ognow industries developed here or stand and den. still. Brown A barb wire factory at Pitts"Drs. Freeman & Burrows, Salt Lake, burgh has sent word that if these iron will have a branch office every Saturday n works are started it will move the at Broom hotel. Ogden, for the treathere at once. E. R Ridgely: Mr. Brown, you men- ment of diseases of the eye, ear, nose, tioned thht if you were to build another throat and lungs. Spectacles accurately furnace here you would make it of boiler fitted, difficult cases solicited. Glass eves inserted." plate, lined with fire brick. What would such a furnace cost? Brown About $25,000. Such a furRKF0KM SCHOOL KEFl'GEES. nace is better than this one, although this can be run for a long time as it is. Two Boys Out and Off Slid Snow D. D. Jonea Wouldn't it be better to and Ice. put the furnace several miles out, say near North Ogden, to save freights, taxes Two boys got out of the reform school and annoyance to the city? on Friday night, and there was a general Brown I think not. Jones Wouldn't it bo better in North scurrying to and fro yesterday by the officers to recapture them. Ogden, and make new works? Brown I think not. It would take a Sheriff Beluap wont to Salt Lake City, year to get up a plant while we could Barton toward the north, and Joseph to start this very soon. Besides it has Evanston, to see iE they could not get on trackage and will benefit the city more the track of the youngsters. here. Pettengiil What do you consider the To meet frequent calls for mining whole thing worth at a conservative estimate? blanks, The Commkrciai, has printed and Brown I think it cheap enough at has on hand for sale the following: Notice S100.000. There are valuable foundations of location of mining claim, proof of and improvements in the water works. labor performed, power of attorney to The kind, furnace and all are worth that. locate and sell and mining deed. 1 - 1 - 1 is I I -- Madsen-Christexse- n. fac-flte- ! I SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES, our dear city of Ogden, ami in passing I wish to allude to some of the work done by them while in office. They have given this city the finest water system to be met with anywhere, they have contracted for and have very nearly completed a fine system of sewer age, sidewalks, extensive street fire alarm system, an equal system of taxation; have doubled the street lighting service, have instituted a paid lire department, builded new bridges, improved the public parks These and many other improvents attest If anything can be your Industry. charged against these faithful servants of the public it is an excess of 7.eal. "Nor can 1 part without paying a tribute to the heads of the various who have all deligently and to my fullest satisfaction discharged their duties. "I thank my colleagues for their uniform kindness and forbearance, and for the support which I have received. We have differed often, but differed honestly on some of the questions which have presented themselves. Such differences, 1 am happy to say, have always been ad justed in the most amicable manner, and in the interest of our city. "To you, Mr. Mayor, and to your associates, we extend our most hearty support, nnd it is our sincere wish (of which we entertain no donbt) f hat your administration will lo entirely successful. "Gentlemen: I call for three cheers for Mayor Turner." These were given "And three with hearty good will. cheers for the city of Ogden." This last appeal was also heartily res onded to and followed bv "three cheers for Mayor W. H. Wright & Sons' Co. Washington Avenue. unviuu n11 irk it mi a in HIit R HIMI,flDK Aft 2355 1 I Yet we shall offer a few DAT of the GREATEST BARGAINS OF THE SEASON miiiiiiMiHiimmiiiiiiiiuiiiiMMiiiiiim k Look at Ik frees ! Kiesol." Councilor Hurlbut announced that he held in his hands the official bonds of the new mayor signed by C M. Brough and L. B. Adams, and moved that the bond be accepted. This was seconded by Councillor Blasdel and unanimously carried. The new city recorder, T. P. Bryan called the roll of the new council and the following responded to their names: Geo. McManis, R. C. Lundv. H. H. Spencer, M. N. Graves, W. H. 'Shurtliff, Thos. D. Dee, E. M. Allison. J. R. Elliott, Jas. A. Calvert and Frank J. Cannon. Mayor Turner then read from manuscript the following address: Gentlemen of the City Couhcil. and Fellow Citizens In taking the chair and assuming the responsible position of mayor of this city, I deem it proper that I should give expression to a few thoughts which I believe appropriate to the occasion. LADIES' FINE SHOES, THE FAMOUS EDWIN C. BURT'S MAKE. A $7.00 Hand Sewed French Kid Shoe for $5.00. A $5.00 Hand Welt Kid Shoe for $3.75. i Our regular line of Eddy & Webster and other goods, as well as men's goods are selling at cost only until March t. We shall commence Monday, February 9, our great sale on Lace Curtains and Draperies, Madras, Net. Antique, Lace Curtains at less than cost. 9 Heavy Chenile Draperies, extra fine, worth $7.50 for S5.00 per pair, and cheaper grades at corresponding reduc- "Having been called by the citizens tions. and taxpayers of this city to fill the position of chief executive of the city I fear Our line of the famous "Mother's Friend" Waist is comthat much more will be expected of me than I am capablo of doing, but with the plete and we offer them at less than cost. assurance that I shall have the hearty of of the council support you gentlemen Corsets, Buttons, Dress Goods, Laces, Hamburg Emand the officers of the city, I hbpe and trust that all things will work together broideries and General Dry Goods at less than cost. Call for the general welfare of Ogdan and its inhabitants. I can assure you that and see our great bargains. at all times, even amid the late animated political contest my hopes There will be but a short time longer of our great reand earnest desire has leen for the duction sale and everyone should improve the opportunity good of this the Quoen City of Utah, our City of Ogden, which yon" and I have while it lasts. been striving to push to the front for many years past, and I will say right here that BO man can have this thought more at heart than myself, for as you all know I am here to slay, have nil my interests cent ered here, "have raised a fam- iiiHimiiiHHimimiiiihiiiiiiimHNwwiiiiimiiiNiwiMiwimw ily here, and in fact I have no interests anywhere else except in the common goal of our country. And while at this time I do not wish or propose to make any extensive promisen I feel safe in giving ray solemn pledge to labor stall times W. H. WEIGHT & SONS COMPANY, 2355 Washington Avenue. SILVERWARE, J EWELRY, d iSolid Grold Line and Complete J. 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