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-- ATI OGDEN 1M1LY C'OMMEK iAL: tuini-v- j i That (uaaa Tata for th BJ - - mU fix tL rua UTAM t buibtaa i Kag-- grab-.- t OOJUU M HSCBMI f av CAM l uk fat to at f 4 fcav to aaaai rasfis of : i A ot I'EMOlt HEVOLVTloS and assJjrtksl oh-th UltM DUtSt to MfMT Uk SSJBS uf a spirit of rerduttoc A tfc hhU and dasjuietud pr at unrsst fiinf iiiK aBun( many cImm and parvadaa I U thoughtful cmhad . - Old forma. old psrttaa. old doc of thoucht. oki plana of world. ttasir my orar smb lnsrs bsrocninf dajsatiril, arUnc. arc kind. PaupW rsstitr nod rhliHu uouW restrictions hhI ruU they one ewnsidsrsd sacred Thr are rtrinng to break the bonds of thoiuht ami wtioo that held them Can these aartnnf lie supplied by facta T The rfviden'a hrr nihilmu in Kuesia, the surialiste in Oer man. the anarrtiieU in the I'm tad State, riota in tielgiuiii, btrikaa in thia riintry ami in Knirland, rebellion of the nary in Chili ti- rapid rl.aiige in politi cal wnt intent everywhere theae are a f the facta that point unerringly to fe the exintenceof agitation, diaattiafaction, organization for diiorganization, resist aii'-revolution. Even iu conservative England, with rnmcnt of a thou mini I itc h! Hira. there la to be found a powerful nad growing entiment against the r petnation of monarchical institutions. Th. spirit of change has even affected the theological views of great denoiui vVithin the past year a great nations. religious body has ofliuiaHy given up a cardinal doctrine that it has insisted upon Mat strenuously since Ih days of Calvin. Othar denominations have ceased to preach doctrines that once carried terror to the hearta of those who heard them taught. One denomination is turning its pulpita into political ros trums, and is invoking legislation to rxrme to the aid of reformation. But it is in the world of politics that the greatest revolutionary spirit exists. Party tiea, once so strong, have lost their binding force. The great partita have lost their oohesiveness, if the term may be used, and the nnce un. ted mem berslnpthst constituted their strength is drifting into other and opposing politi cr) organizations. In the great farming state of Iowa, a political revolution has taken place. It once gave a majority of seventy thousand ftr one of the great parties. Ttxlny. political oonditions are so tin settled there that no one can predict the result of the next election. Within the past six months, Kansas and Nebraska hsve overturned former political conditions. A new political party, practically but a yenr old, has wrested the power from the enfeebled hands of the party that once held it by enormous majorities. The twV Dakota and Minnesota nre on the eve of a like revolution. Tne elements of dissolution are entering into the "Solid South" as well. The "Labor-Unionparty in the east its growing almost ns rapidly as the Alliance party in the west. It is not the purpose of this article to enter into the ethics of this question. The discussion of the real or assumed causes of such weakening of old party ties, would add too much to its length. But whatever muy be the cause, whether emanating from a desire to remedy real or fancied wrongs, or springing from a desire for change, it is evident that revolutionary ideas are at work. They are revolutionizing. eerhrr I e " TBS SIOUX CITY LINE. It seems that the Pacific Short Line is in the same control as the Sioux City Northern railroad. The latter was built in the interest of Sious City by Sioux City men. Just what its con- i struction means has not probably,come fully to the surface. Apparently it was intended to enable Sioux City to tap Northwestern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota and Southeastern Dakota, and overcome the disposition of the Chicago in favor of roads to discriminate TLr Sbort Lab - op w T- -s r& i u asrijr eusuac (ran HILL MAkE SO UlEEELESCE Aanoag the proeninsnt Pass nrrati sho tired vigorous decucciaUoss CVvvsiand on aMnt of Orover against heoatur Black-bum- . hat antisiler latter A Kentucky. The aaoatur uaaa rigorou language. He save Mr. Ciav eland baa ruined his chaacas for nuwiAatioa, and asserts that New Vork never furniabad a Daaao-cratlaaier a bo a as not under tha doeniaaUod of Wall streat, and anU tha Uaaa to com Lao th Democrat can be fro from paying th tribute Wall street always exact from a Deoio craLkr candidate for praawleot. But Senator Blacaburn m wrong when ha says Mr. Cleveland has ruined his chances for the nomination . lie will be nominated just the same. Mr. Cleveland is bigger than the anti stiver wing of his party. hate a M Thk beet thing which has been heard concerning John L Sullivan for a long time is the report that he was given an artistic thumping yesterday by a railroad man who suddenly concluded that he had had enough of the blackguard's tc Tuesday pleasant to not that U.e news paper af the country are beginning to devote more space to th news of th world than to th gentleman whoa greatest claim to distinction lie in th tradition regarding hie hoselea Thk Kio Grande Western railway is daily growing in popularity with the traveling public. It has a liberal and public-spiritemanagement. From reliable sources, it is learned that both its freight and passenger business if rapidly Speil Emilia Thkrk are varieties of wheat sown the agricultural college farm at Manhattan. Kansas, for experiment-Twhumired and sixty six bushels of one variety raised and sent to mill and distributed in the shape of loaves of bread among the poor of Kansas would result in greater benefit. on "Onk more week has been stolen from time and tacked on to the tail end of eternity," says a legislative special from Helena to the Butte Miner. The Thk New York Tribittu- complains Montana statesmen will need that extra that the newspapers have very improp- week. They will be swinging ou to the erly called Dr. Koch's alleged consump- tail end of eternity before they get tion remedy "lympb" and adds: The with the present session. blunder is important, aa it is more or through The Tribune' cor leas misleading." Thf.rk is much discussion going the rection is more important as it gives the rounds as to the chances of Speaker cause of the failure of the celebrated Reed receiving the customary vote of physician's remedy to cure the disease. thanks from the members of the house of of If the newspapers tha United States at the close of the had not interfered the doctot might representatives session. Never mind, '"on., the country have made a success of it. at large will thank you for doing all you to wind up the preseut congress. can Thk current issue of K G. Dun a Co's. Commercial KefHtrt says: "During last week the treasury took in altogether about 1600,000 more than it paid out. and there have been small orders of gold for export, but the rate for money on call in New York only advanced from I Thk working girls of New York are endeavoring to enlist the sympathies of leading newspapers in their efforts to bring about a Saturday half holiday. No doubt many of the newspapers w ill champion the cause enthusiastically particularly those which work their men from fourteen to sixteen hours a day. to i per cent., sterling exchange remaining steady. The outgo of currency to the interior appears to have begun, however, notwithstanding the fact that "As acre of bauanas will support t at almost every other city the times as many people as an twenty-fivis easy, or growing easier, mid acre of wheat; but an acre of skins will one now market reports the scarcely fail to support them about as quick as close." anything, too if they happen to step on them." New York Mail dnd E.rprexx. Thk "Little Tycoon" company What kind of skins do you refer to? Oh, a recruit at Kansas City recently Well why don't you banana skins! who would soon have made name and money-marke- e - fame in comic opera, but for the interference of her devoted papa. Julia Ethel Willis is a bright lass of sixteen years, possessing a pretty face, an excellent voice, a liking for the stage and an adventuresome disposition. The qualification, together with her quick wit, enabled her to fool her teacher and slip away from her parents. Her arrest at Denver involuntarily severed her connection with the opera company, and she was taken home. Her parents might take a hint from the story of the farmer who owned a tine heifer whose disposition to jump the pasture fence could not be curbed. "There are only two things to choose," he said, "let the heifer stay in the pasture or make beef of her." Miss Willis will, no doubt, go on the stage as an opera singer or go to the Devil. last-name- d If Kipu.vo had written his actual Fsgagrmrirt of th MA Jiirli (Irani Opera Ijiipv. world, and the beautrful WMMssaS JUCH. CARMEN. Miss Eniiua Juch as Carmen, supported by th grandest array of aoaS. and on bsstral talent that has ever been organized for Grand Operatic production. oHuprii.ug in all Thk following paragraph from the Christian Advocate explains the cise with which the devil is overcome. "The devil had not studied human nature in vain for 4.000 years when he tempted the Son of Man to get the bread without working for it." He must be a very weak man who could not resist the advances of one who is now according to this item uearlv 6.000 years old. AHTIST8 l.i.r w Overstocked! Dtt F)l; n Not Likely to Hold the Balance of Power Wvs iiNOTO.N, Feb. 27. Senator elect Kyle's notion that the tia.e has come to form the "indecratic" part v. does not meet with much encouragement. The South Dakota politician and preacher seems to think that the name was a good thing for the Farmers' Alliance members of congress to take with a view to acting together and putting a new partv on its feet. His theory was that h balance of power could be held in ton greas and one or the other of the old parties be forced into amalgamating In the next house with the "indecrats. there will be between forty and fifty representatives who are members of the Farmers' Alliance, but not a do7.en of these are straight-ou- t Independents. The majority of these are Southern Democratic politicians whp joined the alliance because thev saw the poeei bilities it opened up to them. They mav sunnort the oorncrib or sub treasury bill as a matter of form, but the regular Democratic majority will be so large that their defection from the sartv on one or two issues will not ha missed. In the speakership fight they will go into the Democratic caucus anu abide by the issue, though they may know in advance that Roger Q. Mills, an outspoken enemy of the "corncrib" bill, is going to be nominated. In the senate it might look as though Senator Kyle's new party would have a better show. Yet even should it be reinforced by a hybrid from Illinois it would not hold the balance of power, for the Republicans are sure of a working majority over the combined opposition. Besides, when the Farmer's Alliance senators get here they will find that they have wide differences of opinion among themselves. Kyle and Peffer would probably go with the Democrats on more and for "legislation but on othcheap silver money, er questions their Republican training would assert itself. Irby, the Soutn Carolina senator, ts a Bourbon through and throi gh and will split off from his party on the subtreasury bill. Senator Vance of North Carolina made abject promises to support that measure in spite of his scruples and was permitted to be but he has not ceased to be a democrat. It is said that since his election Governor Gordon of treorgia has joined the alliance, yet he is in no way committed to leave Ins party. The Be! Cut Sale! Closing Out! They are only Schemes to Work off Stale, Goods. Old Goods Unsaleable and Shelf-worare 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. "INDKt RATS." liraeger Iowa Town Excited. Minneapolis, Feb. 27. - A Tribunes All school-ma'am- gum-chewin- Come and Get Our Prices on New Fresh Goods! UTAH GROCERY AND COMMISSION CO. 2300 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Troy S to Laundry, GEO. A. CRAIG, PKOP., 137 25th St., Telephone 107- Remember, I am the only Laundrv man in Ogden owning and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery JUST FOR FUN! ttllllllHM Tor one week we offer nnr Rnt-irStrlc nf NATURAL GAS TEMPER SHEARS, SCISSORS and POCKET KNJVES at 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT, To Advertise our Cutlery Department. ANgoods marked in Plain Figures and Twenty per Cent Off. Take a pair of Shears or Scissors home on trial. MILES, STREVELL& ULMER. P. S. A Car Load of Quick Meal, New Process, Gasoline Stove just Received. im- too mm Whkn McCoy, the alleged murderer of Police Inspector Havvley. of Denver, obtained a change of venue to Welti county, he did not better his case. The granger element of honest old Weid has been educated to the belief in the doctrine of an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. As the Aspeu Timet remarks: "Every man put in the box will have a coil of rope in his coat tail pocket." Tjpe FonudMs" Trust. Feb. 27. -- Local papers type founders of the country, after long negotiation, have about a consolidation of their interests. The capital involved is reported to be sir millions The establishment of uniform prices and protection of the printer nre said to be the chief reasons for consolidation of the thirty odd founQiealsaCUJoosot Boss Tears ibasaiwur dries. The wholesale cutting' of prices of It mperior Mcellenee prorpn in million at type has been the rule of late, and owing fur more than a quarter of a century. It to this the plants of printers have been homes is nsed b the United States (tovernmnnt. decreasing in value, f nabling new firms Endorsed or the heads of the Great CniTersitiiw mo put in entirely new plants at half the a the StrAifest, Purwst, and most Healthful. Dr. Priea's Cream Hakim Powder does not frost of those laiu in before the detnorali contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold onlr zation. Among the firms in the syr.di-ca'.PRICK BKINC. POWDER CO. in Can. i9 Palmer & Ray. of Sau Francisco. New York. Chicujo. San Francboo St hsah vt.o, 110 DON'T BE DECEIVED! Ida Grove (Iowa) special says: Th:s locality is greatly excited over several A bill for "an act to pre h tbit the issu cases of trichinosis, three of which hsve and some ten more persons of teachers' certificates to any per- proven fatal not ing expected to recover. son addicted to profanity or the use of afflicted are The disease first appeared tu the family intoxicating liquors as a beverage, or the of Chris. Wemebyrg. an industrious The family lately use of tobacco in any form," has been German farmer. butchered and made a large amount of passed by the Kansas house. The Kan and friends and s saa are doubtless in high boulogna sausage, who have partaken are fearneighbors over g the fact that glee ful of being taken down. w as not included in the moralizing Can Wi f say so" A pd, ftsaow uod Tt largest and best Eaglc Opera Company m th w.ung American prima douia MLSS KM MA production of George". Bizet Romantic Opera 1'P failures occurring Thk business throughout the country as reported to I;, (i. Dun 4 Co., by teleg"h, number, for the I'nited States,'. 0 al for Canada. 4i, or a total of compared with a total of '297 last week, and 300 the week previous to the last. For the cor responding week of lost year the figures were 271, representing '230 failures in the United States, and 41 in the Dominion of Canada. March Evening, orchestra slot of th Juch Opsra 4 4) "k X0"S" pany coaaiau of fortv people aid the ORISTK1 of thir operas is worth m. m s s r - IV .Ml XMSX th sdmiastoa charged, in Carmen Mj Juch has made oo of her greatest Splendid Scenery. Beautiful Costumes, Grand EnaembW MKT asm The character is a peculiar one and has befor hr advent on th opera Seat ri00, I LaO. 11.00, 50c. Boxes ttt. Sals of seat commenced stage been made rather a repulsive one, Thursdav. Feb. JSth. but she has imbued it with such a personality that it becomes in parts almost an estimable one mi.d u always artistic. There is promise of the largest audience of th season emc the opening of the Orisd Prices have been rsduceo from ft! the regular Juch rates of 1 ." MVi and C1.0U speciallv for thia engageBV GAUZY ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ment to fciot' for tha parquet and drew circle and first rive rows in the balcony, 1 JO for the next rive rows in balcony and ILOO for the remaining rose, and ."xJcU for the and gallen boxes fJi.W Seats are now or. sale at the box office at the opera house. HmiR SHOW increasing. luin ONE XIOHT ONLY.' t.rwas i Lx.eei SSi 1 . ? It PHILLIP ! U :r real exchange will absorb euer gias or detract at tan t ion that should be given to th iron works quest . Let that be th on thing pushed for s rsall islam. OPERA HOUSE GRAND - kr pressions of America and Americans there would have only been truth and common sense, written with enough of admiration for this country and its people to wear off the roughness of the truth; in which case this young stripling, Mr. Kipling, would not have been heard Chicago. And if the Pacific Short Line goes of through American newspapers. He where Sioux City has always desired it came here to make a name and get a to go, it will conre to Ogden. Sioux City starter in literature. He will now very has no direct line to the Pacific. It has wisely settle down to his study and work a makeshift arrangement with the Union for a pair of decades, then like Charles Pacific which can not be satisfactory. It Dickens, return to America, deliver if Mr. A. S. Garretson can lectures to the people, tell them that he is pla. ti control the location of the line he will was mistaken in his former impressions, send it here, for he has always intended get himself favorably talked about by to tin that and is a thorough Sioux City the journals of that jeriod, go back to man. India or England, dig up the old manut'iearly nothing could be as advantagscripts which publishers had refused, eous to Sioux City as this line, for com- get them printed and writ more and bined with the Southern Pacific it sell them to the Americans. That would make one of the shortest routes Young man carries a wise head. He is from Chicago to San Francisco. It looking for fortune as well as fame. would also be assured of a large busi- Dickens did the same thing, He also ness at once from Utah. It would pass knew his business, and Americans adthrough the largest conl fields in the mired him because he played them far w United States and make them tributary suckera Alle same Kipling. a- tr- ssdths grass oaassssy ::. tut I'taa. tjm--eu.44h a thGrsd r- - -- LLl M M, 1991 Jach rtoch auasur: hr M ussrsMai UMbssd at ofgraad A suu. to reduce im j- - rates t is th ooaatry sad tussnn 4raas two astd eauvhaJf east prr a..V nas tagr rif iBTtTS'sg tn rr lagiiafosat "n to th larger cibssef th nous of lb Kiraa t. Uaaa ouensad ia asidasu that ouMaSS It thsesva.tr. legislature. of Ne York avl th W citsMsf th asst. that th torsr of opera has Uir r.rr. portun-tDost gat too j of the vires Let politics and BBiaapoftafct and I asai until th full ra4r tssur operas f with ... sa sail as a i.b a corps of artists in the A w im ha bean organised in Nv leading raise, ssceilea bv no organu tios in the country. TL compaiiv Late York City f jt th pnrpna of popular: of th laWtlBtaMli propertiss, Is tew of National Opsra ooatpsn) aad th Amsr lag Aaamrmn tdaaa." Gotham's wU known tendency toward lavished without which Anglomania, doubtless th ajoiemeut st.nt, but mai parties which proved too naiely. great and ex passive tor srse New York to support Mssv Jucfc was th priaaa to It i be hoped that no mboss like doana of both those eouipaiii. The com estate . Kite Al AMUSEMENTS ia W. a.. COOCN. iaDAV. FKB81 say-larg- Powden lllpllMJlt k Will interest you if you are on the buy. Garden Tools and Handles . e A. J. F. SPECIALTY. BUM, MANAGER.