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1. tb91. OGDE.N DAILY C0MMKRC1AL: WKDXKSDAV. tXKKl'Ai: iro-- THE COMMERCIAL. 1 Cut iVAppeu to Tl Cu 4ajif. tj L tLt it otll t ilrrtu y . rJiU ia wtJ I AUUSEUCKTS. tl.ri rii. I "5 L.avie b mLitm Alrai-at- a - - - OGDEN. UTAH. i r -- mm Vva I lUMh-toU- i. ClTI. Z- I t . iwt 7if- - I IM If liclw- (Kuvd at tt rN&V at - fur a lLa. Oe". Itab yea ago today. Martia Lutber. Hrt ornr-OJiW. T. SLermxa Ob id. afo tudaj )ar ut Un tearl at Lkaeaater, "Sow that the Itepublkan pirtT tsa With the rrpubbx-a- a and kjuxjrratie 0dn. there lakaa strj t- cocpUl it orjruiuatioa and the Deauirrali? party m tUo about to organize, Uli parti f re oonfroti!sl with an auomaloui dm of votrra. It it lrtlr doubtful if ao euliar a erudition niaU anyaturr bruaath t!:a shadow of tins Jkm-irtag, uu'w4 it be ia AW a. condition U aa t;nc-ran- c That denan that tier are of jiolitk large numbera f vjt?ra, in fat there are entire oommuiiitiot, atiieli do tiut Jkoow what lie words reiublieau" and 'democrat mean, nor have any kno We if cwieral political prin- Thk tUauks of the thU going public are b towed upon the ladies wlo have do mui-- g"ol nie and tate aa to r; n.ove their hsU at the theater. - a n tly ciples. iutl ritito ra3tl ot.uJ I ti.U w w4 UrM ti LL 1 v-- Vt U ars.1 t.ou a U both eataulUlwJ in little danger of a dtsarth of to U!k alwut" -m- jaie-thinii atiouM learn to theatre-tpvr- a .! arrive ut the oer house on time. It is a tew jieople to msr the a hame of a grt-u- t many other pot.le ly trauipiug into the opera house "in the mid lie of the lirst act" fr Of eonrs eueh a condition ia not gen cal in Utah, The average iiitillitfouoe T llrnihl u another inis aa hijjh, probably, in thia territory a stance of a newsjKijjer home mfcsbiu.ry. ia any stat or territory in the 1'r.iou. It ha been calling the attention CbHi at itj ilyJ j ir tae tad tbe tirajiJL Tfa VcV fnu A J tL ohf1-ica- L taje-etIr'rjta lv"4 iictj Ilc-r- , iLe "L.ft"tf L lay prMt I! bera a srad , jtmt tetit aii o ita the trial tbtreIt l tutitolw ail wbca tb Shkxk Vjm not tuu arrtrea oea we eaa safely atd nt&e. ia wLk-proorclT divale oo tbe Laes of ocly Li poui-- of ftteh, but Lie d uctti, and wIm we UrfHibbc&ii "a Uu. Ward artio? Las ia;profd puln, oa aunre slar4 kboukter to aoooidrr, tew year. Ooea-aiaJ- r, arc&tly ta tbe. f antif our oil of poatxita, tba IV iwrf bomt-vtaat Sbj lot k it aeeaie party, Uwra ia aa euan h viar to a id to Warde. Tbe aaae ga-tur- e more toartdy aay "TbaiJc 1ju" lLaa 1 gir p.a and tbe sac roundic- - of stetKa wilL Cardinal U uWy and Tb Mounte-tis- k ta a a V a th call tf a rrpub-licitaafetiag of are cotMed. Vet oa tbe whole, fur the of tirgaiiuatioa Warde is lLs tr l mi appearl ia your paprr. I feared thl tie lart eeci improiitj. was try atrocg, and for tbe BuoteOitiGt was prvtuature. But tbe actor was forgotten in tbe Biade. We eiuet throw brt time tbe plucj; baa uM Jrw's ai.guu4i. ail doubts LcLukI U axd pr ffaard Tbe old old time cuKt.a of coding to rtrtaia Tbe repuUk.L of s pwtuaooe ailb a omumIv tbe a ahouUl into tbmtaeivee (Jgdra ways a ifiod ote, and the Uui 1 of suLa&Kiaarws, aid trtwy tuwber wa ia Biany in as takea up by Warde'a n. aboulJ start out oa a of SSiske-ixatthe presHsiation rejiuUi-cafiuo. With the decUr&tkH f -- Tamil sr of tba hLrea" was ery apt. prim !!. as Uxt, we tbe pat of tbe Tti "ddea cbngtc-fait. prt ofartShy-I---ofk We Bii).--t nw4W-- t that we Lave Ua trieditn from tle trajic and frote-otthe to the IMru-I- . fihUog tbe Murmoa rturcb-t.- ot tbe audwice by U. T' t)i church M'jf umk) say: VVarde dtfiilayjNl bis wmulc-rtu- l . Kw-'I bat ia a your iiNtuls vfi politk-Nin with wtiH-- you huei.ai..'lt to ituvitility to ft doling. Co'g-ur- ll perfect urn. portrayed and suae raniM4(-t- t as Kt!ierin carried l:rw'!f ery in t!.v Uiiitd States. To the wboi of the two Moriuon jieoplt me aay: It w yoar duty well Ibrougiwut the aria, iolitK to take a pro or iiiteritt in Mrs. Power v Portia in "The Meror our country. Aliy ourive wun chant ti VeLii-e.- wasall tjatcouU haver tbe greut uatiuoul pai tu. i Vny jxilili-c- Lwn deiitred. Tiie scene il iier clmiU allegiance to church or prtuood, wh-rund BusaLio the and our tlcht agaiu.-- t your church the tno iigaiu in the trial That tight is political not supreme artiste. Her vuit ws vory never-thelt ing to a bad cold, but A American citusena we claim that no hoartk she cariie.1 her pirt through church anould atand between a man and w ith the highest credit. bis country, and no country ahouKl atCharles Herman as Barsanio was exbis tempt to staud tietweeu a man and and the balance of the fciipjiort cellent, church, or bis religion. fair. w very 1VI1 jw Itepublicaua. let there be a The ctmpnny is an exrousing meeting next Monday ni'ht, and cellent aggregatioa' of talent, and it of the Itepublican Lt the raemberr-hihouse wherever it club be then and there a elicit to rucb (ihould draw large ' proHrtiona that there, will not be a got doubter U ft in our ranks. Marie Waiunriskt. When such bright men as Frank J. beautiful actrefs,a great and A famous I Vivid Cannon, Kay, Sidney Stevens and Beu Kich sign the roll and declare play, a splendid company and gorgeous themselves good and Mnoere KepuLli-chus- , dressea will be the great comit appears to me that the time has Spanish of attractions that on Friday bination come when we can twy: "Thank (Jod! li. II. O. Mistv. evening will be supplied on the stage of 's Ogden, Feb. 17, 1891: the Grand opera house in Marie presentation of The Honeycl-n- h d pt a-- rr!ie eut i -- follow-incpla- Jair-niinJe- L a rHIUUPS. otny a ! Um of laughter: NIGHT Friday Ev'ng, Eel). 20, '91. OKJZ NIGHT ONLY! THK FAMOUS ACTIIES.S. MARIE WAINWRIGHT; in Tin: a HEAT COMEDY, fTHE HDNEYAIOONI n tr a K'-i.- p THE MOST AMUSING OF ALL. FLAYS! n t'k p; Goivw)uh n rttwn al -- -- 'ilr!S!!'SXF purn,uid Y e p much-neede- n T Cat! ()GDEN RTEAr T AUNDKY PO. (IXtXJIJIOItATKIJ.) o. imi:ni)ersiiot. O. A. Manager. PAJtMKI.EY. Sec. and Tif as. Cin-ket- , e d A RpleiulUl DivsiSffc?! wr-f.riM- Varde-Bower- SINCE rURCHASIXO TIIE Ogden City Steam Laundry s ' bare aMod minx ImiiroTein-n- U to our Fine Equipment, eiuiloyo. Experienced and Cumpetent brlp. and are now prepared to fire our patron p rftr-aJlel- a, W -if- rf-cLabtor was eutue , lately of it readers to the suffering and misery aong certain dasaoa and in certain lo- of the Chicago poor, with the result that calities w undeniable. thousands of dollars have been contriIt is not necessary within the limits of bute.! for the relief of the sufferers. Jhie article to enter into a dincuRbiou tf tit raueoa rveponible for this condiA RiMtami pohtivid letter apMnr in tion. Iliatory and mutemporunouua this Irhuo from On. It. H. O. Minty. ubBervation not only afford many Mormon voters will fiud good advice in but point out the cause. The one this letter. The trend of thought of the tbeee w riter, relative to church dictation in 'important question is: How voters be inatructod eo na to tit them politics, coincides 'with tlib" position of for the new party relations they will Thk'Commkrcial. on that important submm be called upon to conmilerr ject. Tnv Oummkuouu sugesta the FROM A DEMOCRATIC STANDPOINT. Lot meeting! be calkHl, when Tiiokk who are in a position to judge ailJreest4l be by a of the probabilities declare that the seeded, which ahall F.ditor Commkkcial: At the recent speaker from each parly. It coming spring and summer w ill bring republican meeting ex Alderman Snyder a&culd be borne in mind that the oijoct such an influx of tourists to Ogden as occasion to express his doubts as to took of such meetings ia not to proeelyteJbut will be unprecedented in the city's hisof Liberals dividing on the advisability U instruct, and that in many inataacee tory. The ontsido world is just begin- party lines. I toes not the ex alderman impeople will have to be talked to as ning to lenrn of the nt tract ions of this, know that the Liberal party of Ogden ply and plainly as children. The (loses the fairest spot in the inter mountain is dead beyond the possibility of resurf knowledge will have to be hoiwopu-tbi- c region. rection? Does ho not know that such The fuudanienlal prinoiplAs on as bo and Wardleigh, Crop-Bewhich tbiH government is based, a short Hkrr is a comical rebuke bestowed republicans Brought, King, LittlelleU, Condon, xleeoription of the thtee depurtmoms tf upon a lawless youth by a Georgia judge: the government, the F)tems of revenue LtoYoung man, you ore blessed with a et at, ore responsible for its demise? Is and expendituree, the nature tjKpuUU- - noble and exemplary father, who incul- he so verdant us to believe that the fifat partiea, their nlution to C. Kovern- - cated in your mind the principle of teen hundred true to shouldif honesty und virtue, aul a pious mother republicnns,who ntea jBant, their iilatforiAp, der nt the late election tigiuii.n ,,r ,u. will lo herhnps Juiigh for who nightly offered up prayers for you; existence of their Jemacee, and the supremparty t the vo instead of which you go around stealing acy of this city would ever again go into iementary lea8ons,fanct will who have a tight with allies hereto thinking and invest miting for ducks." proved them selves so lacking in mnnhmxl ami poiiti themselves. honor as to itesert their party on the It is a mifwionary labor a iork that Now that we know just where Cleve cal eve or its greatest coinlictr -will result in making intelliuw citizens land stands on Ho certainly cannot, labor under such the silver question it m those now unfitted to prop iity exer would bo interesting to many to ascer a delusion. When the sun went down on the uth of February, its parting rays the elective franchise. tain the feelings of Duvid Bennett Hill lingered on the spectacle of h great party Does anyone making its Inst tight, with colors flying concerning the same. know his heart in this matter? Does and bands playing. IT IS TIME TO THAW e veterans who stood together to the he? If so, has he any objection to stat end will part with the deepest regard. Now that winter is loosening its icy ing bis particular views in a general even as old soldiers, disbanding at the rasp, no subject can be more timely way? We pause for a reply. close of a long war, enibraco lefore sep"tkan the one appearing as a caption to arating for their homes. It will be "this article. The snow that cold weather ngainst Itepublieans hereIt m cause for congratulations that Democrats after, they will have the consolation of .allowed to remain around the roots of there is an excellent of our knowing that they have been defeated tie trees has disap)eared. The frost woolen mills being start-a- prospect at an by their enemies, and not by the treachagain up Ahat hold the tree iojIs in its cold As will be soon in the local ery of pretended friends. early day. is melting beneath the genial rays In the contests whinh are to come columns of this issue, eastern parties aof the bud, and the sap that affords life every Democrat will be moved by the who ore experienced in the business are thought that in the opposite ranks are and renewed vitality to the tree is beready to come here to prosecute this im- concentrated every sorehead, every ginning to circulate. industry if they iind proper en- crank (save one), every canting hypocrite, portant Ia tkere a lesson to capitalists and every journalistio "featherweight," every couragement on the part of our people. . jumping-jacKipn jankers in thit? demands are very liberal, and it V hat an Their for erent exertions! incentive The cold weather, snow and frost of is to be hoped that tho enterprise may How glorious will be a victory! 'their fears locked up money, the sap of be Democrat. started at au early day. We need business, and kept it from circulating to in the line everything manufacturing PRESS 0PISI0N. bring forth the foliage and fruitage of which we can possibly acquire, for there trade. is nothing which will add so materially B. and li. There appear to be indications of the to our growth and development as prosRioux City (Iowa) Journal: "Blaine of more approach genial weather with f and business" is a good rallying cry for industries. the capitalists and bankers, and some perous manufacturing tho g. o. p. time in the future it is expected that the democrats The and independents of Bpcomiag American iicd. .frost o! their timidity will melt, and the the South Dakota legislature have comSir ritteburg Chronicle-Telegrapp will again begin to flow. But the season with them is very back- bined and elected a Congregational min Julian Pauncefote is rapidly learning the ward. Their snow has been very deep ister to the United States senate. The customs of this country. Ho has iust denied an interview attributed to him. and the sap still seems tightly held by lawyers have long had a big pull in po litical and circles mayhap it is well to the frost. Such severe financial weather A Chance for Grover. They find no parallel give the preachers a chance. and so long a freeze-uDenver Times: One of the pleasing d as a leaven of among the oldest inhabitants of this might operate of the times for Grover suggestions in of mass corthe political is that he go on the next national Demeonntry since freight trains replaced purification ruption. ocratic ticket as a candidate for tfaa old freight wagons. with Secator Gorman of A thaw is needed. The "January Thk Salt Lake Times observes regard- Maryland for president ifaaw" so often predicted failed to ap-the Sunday closing law in the capi poar. "Winter lingers in the lap of ing Ia Honor of "Old Abe." tal that "the order is being enforced, city pring," and the prophets do not even Lake Salt Times: Hale and hearty Tohinteer an explanation of such an im subject to the countersign of the know nannibal Hamlin says that congress for ing ones." And it is a matter of general should pass a law to make Lincoln "proper and immodest of repute that there are lots ''knowing birthday a national holiday. No honor winter. is too great for the "first American," as It is true that capital is proverbially ones" in Salt lake city. Ingereoll calls the martyr president. timid, but there is no reason why it The announces that it Logan Journal should be so retiring and secluded. It Our Treaent Problem. be for lack of apprecia has purchased the Salt Lake Agricul cannot iieicua liuonuj journal: tree coinage wonts it. It turalist. It is here suggested ,that the for the American tion, for everyone product is the happy Bhould bo name to speedily changed ia barely possible that it feels and sensible solution of the silver quesas inasmuch there is no Agriculturist, tion. It embodies the princiDle of nro- that too little interest would be taken word as "agriculturalist" in the tection to American industries and at the ia its appearance. But this cannot be sucn same time disabuses the European mind Ihe correct reason, tor too much two English language. of the idea that the United States is the juuk shop or creation. jtnr cent is pnidj to it But it bears it REPUBLICAN REMARKS. "with becoming resignation. Almost any Decrying Home Institution. .reason might be assigned, for assign Editor Commercial I am probably Liafee halt Journal of Commerce: It tent are frequently made, and accepted the oldest republican not only in the is not every city that can boast of The euch . xm trust, since trustees are plenty. city but in the territory. I joined my a nourishing institution, and yet many considered withoat can loss, be question first republican club in 1850 the year of our best men are cryintt it down, sim iMcause there is much profit in it The in who'll the republican party was or ply, we believe, because it ia a homo or ir suck nn Exchange ex subject might be divided into several ganizeJ.and worked for Fremont against ganization, and Knit.- T.il. V Y,nA iiuchunan. I joined my second republi mted in Oodnn. connected with is tin " it since closely leads, can club in 1860, and took part in the it is safe to say that wo would beuyuc, wild dividends, in work which resulted tho nomiuation with jealousy and would not rest a moAKnirinm T.iminln nivati avan tkn IT the foregoing argument is not lucid rt sw ment until a like institution was u ta VI IVIUU(IUI uuiwiiirniu IllOU cgan- and logical enough ta prove the propoei- - J us by an overruling arid benitlcent 1'rovi- - iziu uere. Bat that auih ignorance dot TLe Ward-cciiaaotb L-- OLia, IYnDS?lvatua an W'nA Virginia civa account of kearj reaultie damage. fiuola, with iuinrf-Iii-4TBEfru- I'OUTICAL EM'CATWS. f um a auLJ auuth. a to twt uoBivA-ro- tared Jcf.rnmm lMi w iJ yttmjuet Kit U'arltcftucu Alasaiu u buiidic Jrt) auike Dew r. TLfct ia th riLt radvtylhia It) frl hUfciiLVJ - tb eL.tiMCt Laat . W. W-- f at MVwiiR k,mClk arnwC. riU( - ft tunum C H. QUIUUXI, VK0iDAl flXEda! ... -r Lard to I .4 GEAXD OPERA HOUSE Wain-wright- moon." It will be one of the most important events in the history of the local stage, and it is almost needless to say that it should attract a large audience. Miss Wainwright's performance of Juliana has been the theme of enthusiastic admiration in all the largest cities of the east The New York Herald has placed her foremost among our younger actresses. She will bring here a great oompany.which includes such celebrated people as Barton Hill, William F. Owen, l'ercey Brooks, Blanche Walsh and Louise Muldener. is Good Service The duet by Messrs. Burleigh and Gillet was very satisfactory. The lecture by Mr. Sidney Drake, grand lecturer, on the objects of the order, was a strong and entertaining presentation of the purposes of the organization. Prof. Frank Nngle's piano solo was highly enjoyed. Mr. A. C. Bishop s address was a hu morous dissertation on the wives and sweethearts of the members. The bass solo bv Mr. Gillett was pro nounced good. Mr. Ben fci. Kich gave an excellent ad dress on matters interesting to tbe order. The vocal solo by Mrs. Tease gave general satisfaction, as did the gentle man s quartette that followed. Ihe entertainment ended with the closing ode, in which all joined. lie Had in HWi. in Quality of Work, and leave the Quantity to an Appreciative Public Give o a trial. We intend to Lead all Competitor OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO. Tel. 173 Ufith St. Koar of Itoed Hotel. mm BE DECEIVED BY GAUZY ANNOUNCEMENTS Overstocked! OP Cut Sale! Closing Out! Etc Schemes to Work off Stale, They are only Shelf-worGoods. Old Goods Unsaleable and 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. YEEY SATISFACTORY. Tlio Workmen Had a Pleasant Time Last Nijrht. The different lodges of tbe order of the A. O. U. W. enjoyed a very gratify ing entertainment at tneir nail last night. Tho program as announced was approximately carried out. The entertainment was opened by a pleasing address by Chairman D. Thor-bun- i. h as n Come and Get Our Prices on New Fresh Goods! UTAH GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO. 2300 WASHINGTON AVENUE. TroyS team Laundry, GEO. A. CEAIG, PE0P., BAD WILLS BROWN. the Hired Girl. It becomes the duty of the newspaper chronicler to record one of those cases He Was Too Free With of domestic perfidy which make law- abiding people tired. This case was the arrest of Willis Brown on a charge of adultery. His moral narrations grew up on account of his foolish familiarity with the hired girl. Te meanness of his act was intensified by the fact that bis wif a had just become a mother, and especially needed his faithfulness and devotion. 5WB 13725thStTeIeplionel07. Remember, I am the only Laundry man in Ogden owning and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery. WILL CONTINUE -- TILL- MARCH 1st. THE Great Special Clearance Sale AT COST. AT CseaiallUUoosot Homo-a- to Tears tba Standard Ita tnperior exrellanoa proven ia million of home for more than a qnartor of a centanr. It is uHd bjr the United Statn (Government. Kndorwd by tbe beads of the (treat Cnirenitiee aa the Strongmt, Pumt, and moet Healthful. Dr. Prioe'e Cream Baking Powder dnee not eontaia ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only PRK-BAKING POWDKB COT in Can. New Iork. Chicaco, 8an Fraaeiaoo Bt Louie. The Putnam (Ming Hoe 360 24th Street, Ogden, Utah. Dont Forget the Time or Place.