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U(JDEX DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY. MARCH I, lb91. - CCOCN. "l fWDit aUaVM. n.n IVxanniL (. a I fell tM. I. rtatouii iWriKM I i 1 IT Mnk lla,f taalu.Q0 - par eu aoata, i ta ett at 3 aaooM b a4 a'J annictteira'fc oo. THE (UMULUUI ri'BU&ai-- inr4 UtK) tlt. L Ta. Ltr4 at tia Pwtu&e iU But tba reckiaaujea of tbaa m never be checked save b) tLe icterfer-essof tba law. !at-tko ccpn. HI. To. MW, la mdrttum. Omtrm J cocE-L- CtHUUIJ M. tUa it takes t) daarrU it. it ia 3 aaJ death and dUuctiue have reaultoi. w tba been oocwdcricj: Lave a.taUon. aa-- lav eoma a tbt eoccl are lea aajkw to earry ak that UTAH. this tbaa to be ia fjod f condition to win aooj rictor- - m tie LM future. VCe therefore oolr .re far a THE COMMERCIAL Oe&tm. I'taK. It STUPENDOUS TOADYISM. be the affect on the politics What 4,f I'ub if the attempt to organue the Iuublicn and Democratic parties, itaug urated ia Ogden. should be euc-the territory? The rjful throughout efarta mill be to destroy tha Liberal vicrXy, to make th Mormon party torious everywhere in the territory and to produce the most stupendous poliU ral toadviam ever known oa tbia coo wUl titrcL Tha pohUcJ actuation ia aa follow Tba IVople'eor Mormon party baa an majority of about 10,000 over all combined element opposed to it-- Aa a party, it baa tba most perfect and plendid organization aver known in tba biatory of politic. Ita organization mora complete in ita detail and under better diuciplina than tba regular army f the United Htatea. So thorough ita discipline that no thought of enter the mind of ita voter. The principle most atrongly inculcated in obedience to the dictum of ita ruler. Obligation a binding a any ever con bv swret aocietie prevent dis obedient. AH tlii i reinforced by strong feeling of religious duty to pro tect the temporal interest of the church to which this army of voters belongs. 'lhi mturniticent organization ran be ' and ia controlled by a central that brook neither interference, dis olwdience nor rebellion. It should be further considered that this party looks upon this territory as its own special home, and that its most sacred duty is to protect and rule th'u territory. In several localitiea in Utah -- notably Salt Lake City, Ogden and Park City the united opposition against tha People's party, under the name of tha Liberal party, haa achieved victories. But auch victories could only have been gained andcan only be maintained by the same union of forces that won them. 1 it leaao1 Die to auppose for a mo-ient thatwi splendid and powerful the People's party will organir.atk)i under certain victory in disband and ftti face of astly Inferior political power thai tun only gained a few foot' li.11a a r.l naea to dismember itself f m that these iwtuotholds can be re taken with a minimum of effort ? To suppose that such would be the vnne implies a belief in so remarkable a generosity and a giving up of advan tage and power that it tinda no parallel in politics or human nature. But it is urged that this process of dismemberment is already going on. In answer to that it win be suid that the procesr so far as heard from, ia of too unimportant a character to form a basis for such a statement. It is true that a few gentlemen of local prominence in this city have identified themselves with this process, but their influence upon the great People's party ia so far lacking in official significance that a whisper from Salt Luke City would blast the movement as frost destroys a delicate allut VuTiiu or so wastber, apriog is here, for the calendar aar ao. a&d mere reouc&Itioa ia thia have coociuded to propo that tLe Peo ple' party take en f tLe eeves cOcea at the cotiiitx election." Tba eub-ooa- v attoa will b received with the asm puLteceea aa before, and informed that their propo.tion will receive early ooo- aidaratioa. When this hut action oc the part U tha KDublkn OctraJ Committee i learned by the DeaMJcratic Cectral Coa will be outtee. soother excited occa will at perbold. The committee ceive tba extreme gravity U the situato tion, and a ill eecd iU the People' party aotCfeger with the the following proposition: Ootiemea, we have been couaulericg the political aituatioa, and have concluded that all wecarefor at tbi election ia a political rewrnitioa that will aid us in the future. We therefore propose that if you mill head the ticket with the same 'Demo cratic-PeoplTicket. w will be all aevea of tba ofname to for you ficer to be elected." Tha democratic will be treated, doubtWas, with polite and smiling consideration and condescension. Wherever similar conditions have ex isted, the course above indicated ba been invariably pursued. Such course will be adopted here. But since the po litical condition are of such an extreme nature, the political subserviency re-- 1 quired w ill be of auch an extent and character that it may well be denominated "stupendous toadyism." e' Tae Publo (Cola) Star ah: "Duat afraid CleveUad will be a candidate be again." If Cleveland i a sgaia nobody will be afraid. cacd-Ja- t It i stated that Mr. Stanley ba bsleoed to every lecture her distin guished huobaoJ baa dalirereJ ia thi oountry. Tbere'apatiect.g'jod-Laturwife for yof d Thkju i ucprecadented activity among tb woolen mill of tb aouth and west, and many new Bull are building to handle the wool product. McKinley did it, with bis little bill. Tac Minnesota legislature has refused submit to tba people a prohibitory amendment to tha constitution, the bill to being defeated wd-lin- g by a vote of 33 to 10 ia the bouse of representative. The death of United States Senator George Hearst, which occurred in Waeh-tolast evening, will cause genuine sorrow among thousand of personal friends and political admirers. He was most prominently identified with the mining circles of the Pacific coast and the earlier history of California. ii AMUSr.nlF.NTS. t aravrs" at ttm kma4. perfurmtEc s Ka rsL.ec" by tLe Eai&a Juch grand Engih opera company, announced for Tueaday cxt at tba Grand, deoiand more gecer! attan-tdt- c ibaa that of any operatic event Uua aeaaon. D.revtur CLfcrloe F. Lurk La earned for hlmaelf a reputation a a and conductor of ggractic ecter-pnaeand ba ba already troej!y the fact that tba Emma Jocb tirtnd EngLah Opera ebmpasy m in no way behind any of Lia former effort. Thie i strongly evidenced by tha uccet ahk-- tb company La enjoyed during thi aeaaon a an organization. In JSt, Louis they finished the most successful week of grand EcgUah ooera ever recorded ia this country. The vast exposition music ball, whicH accommodate overUUU people, wa crowded at every performance, and the result were extremely gratifying both to the auditor, artist and of tLe enterprise. The organi-zbtio- a numbeis rer 110 member, the principal ar nearly all Americans, the cboru reputed to be a superb body of fresh young voices, and tha orchestra ie directed by the ablest director in the country, Mr. Adolph XenendorrT. and in composed of only the very best instru mental talent. Tt eopero selected for the performance in thi c.ty ia Bizet' romantic ouera Miea Juch appears in the "Carmen." title role, Mr. Payne Clark, a tenor of superior acoompli6hmenta. a Don Jose, Mr. Dso Stormont, the baritone, impersonate Eecamillo, Mlk Car lot te Ma- con J a, a prima donna of the hight rank, aing the part ot, Michaela. and Mia Louise Meislinger. Miss Marie Freebert and Mr. E. X. Knight are cast for the remaining parts. Tt Tuesday March Evening, 3rd, OXK NIGHT ONT.Y. S;cial of the Renowned- - Ec&t-me- t Emma Jueli Grand fei Opera Company. T! largest and Lest English Opera Cotrpacy in the world, arxl the beaut Jul in a magtihcect youcg American prima donna production of George' Bizet Romantic Opera MISS KMJA JUCH, pro-mot- Jacb a 'CanufB." Juch has achieved a triumph fully abreast of that of any artist who has heretofore essayed that difficult role. Her rendering of that character has been the cause of more comment than any other role ever at tempted, for the reason that prior to her first appearance as "Carmen," the announced her intention of rendering the role in accordance with her cu d ideas of the requirement of the part. While she doe not divest the character of anv of ft coquetry and devilishnesa. she still contrives to make it sutticiently womanly and delicate to interest the sympathies of her audiences, particularly those of her own sex, with w horn in is particular roie has never been a favorite. The production of the entire ODera bv the company is said to approach perfection nearer than that of any similar effort previously seen on the operatic stage. The scenery is all tew and historically correct, as are the costumes from the bright pretty dreeaes of the cigarette girls and the bull fighters, to the burnished helmets of the soldiery. Alltogether this presents one of the most enjoyable stage pictures when seen in the finales. They are rich in colora tion, and form a novel and brilliant fore ground to the Andalusian scenery an uaquaini arcniieciure and luxur tropical vegetation. The sale of seats has been so 1 that a brilliant bn 1 fashionable ence is assured. Keats now on sa the box office of the Grflnd opera H pmturs. bo ha a, MIa Emma CARMEN. Juch 'a Carmen, supported by the grandest array of solo, chorkl, that has ever btvn organized for Grand Ojratic production and orchestral talent comprising in all AKTISTS CHOKISTKKS MUSICIANS 110 mm 110 Splendid Scenery, Beautiful Costumes, Grand Eaaemblea. Sule of seals commenced 9 a. m. 8eta K.00, fLM, 11.00, 50c. Boxea t-Thursday, Feb. 'Xih. 3 DON'T BE DECEIVED BV GAUZV ANNOUNCEMENTS ! OF Emma As Carmen" Mie Thc Denver Timet is indulging GRMD OPERA HOUSE! Overstocked! Cut.Sale! Closing Out! Etc.! in the pastime of printing a ballot for mayor and inviting the people to send in their Schemes to Work off Stale, votes. It costs the voters five cents for Thejr are only Shelf-worn Unsaleable and Goods. Old Goods rUHCHASE OF THE SOR Til I'oLE each vote cast, as they must cut the at any price. Quality and not printed ballot out of the Timim. It is expensive Jule Verne recently produced another no indication, however, of the voice of Quantity is to be desired. We do not have the novel, "The Purchase of theXorth Pole." the people, as comparatively few respond. cumulations 01 years to oner to our patrons. Thi peculiur Frenchman, who haa delighted the world w ith his extraordinary It i again stated that Senator John story telling, is probably less known per Sherman will retire from public life at aonally by bis reader than any of his the close of his present term. DoubtCome less this determination is wise from a contemporaries. He live at Amiens in France, quietly personal point of view, but it will be repursuing his scientific and geographic gretted by multitudes of people throughstudies and nursing a lame leg which an out the land. We have had few more insane nephew gave him. His affliction able or purer men in American politics CO. and bis inability to speak English plainly than John Sherman. hare deterred him from visiting America. 2300 WASHINGTON AVENUE. His admiration for this country, how The report of W. X. Shilling, superinever, is very deemed ana mere is no tendent of schools of Ogden, appears in doubt as to the quality of the reception this issue. It i an able and interesting he would meet should he ever visit the document. A feature worthy of especial United Btates. He has shown in his consideration by ail citizens interested novels, of which he has written more in the upbuilding of Ogden' educathan sixty, a considerable intuitive tional interests is the need of additional knowledge of Americana. lie haa stud school room. This subject , should re- led Amerc.iu newspapers and American ceive immediate attention. eoientistf !. lenows tha characteristics of the p.;ct.l of t'i various citiet jf this relations betwaaa Oer Diplomat nation, and draws nwy of his ims4u.ary many autf France are in a strained con people from these cities. Ills assertions, dition over the alleged insult given to Carlotta UNfondN. however imaginative, and they are won the Empress Frederick while in Paris-Tha Carlotta Maconda, who takes the pa derfully so, are made with the boldness relations between England and of truth; and the extraordinary proposi France are also lacking in cordiality from of Micbaela in "Carmen," which is to be tions which he makes are charming con the same cause. Emperor William shows produced at the Grand Tuesday evening, trast to those presented by other novel his irritation by the ob March 3rd, is, next to Juch, the leading lets. Whoever has read his "Trip to the noxious passport restrictions in Alsace soprano of the company and the most Moon," "Twenty Thousand Leagues and Lorraine. The German newspapers brilliant and promising young coloratem Under the Sea," "Around the World in favorable to Bismarck are hinting that soprano now before the public. MiB8 Eighty Days" and others of like charac France should always have been treated Maconda was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., member. I am the o.1 1 rv mon in fi ter, will appreciate how erne blends as an enemy. These comments still fur and is indebted to Sig. Errani, together Fursch-Mad. W with Mme. i, truth with fiction. for the intelli inr ther irritate the emperor, and he is operating his This last novel has a peculiar attraction which has brought her ueuvifJ' noted members of his diplo gent training for American reader. The North Pole matic corps. Altogether, Europeau af voice to its present state of perfection. Miss JMaconda's successes with the is put up at auction, sold in Baltimore fairs are getting in a muddle thnt may Boston Light Opera company are well and an American proves the highest result iu war. known. Miss Maconda' voice, in rancre. bidder, and thence the expedition starts extends from middle high C to F in alt. to take possession of the premises. The Since General Manager Clark, of the in such roles as the tjueen in "The author twita France for abandoning "any Union Pacific, dispensed with the test Huguenot"," Filena in "Mignon," Mits 1 chance she might have of a slice of the ing department at Omaha a pretty story Maconda has few eauals. Possessed of beauty, dramatic talent and a Polar cake," and laughs at Germany for has leaked out about the brain quality youth, voice of great beauty, there are few to we offer our Entire Stock of increase make no the deciding "to For one of the experts who conducted the tests among our American sinzers to whom V ULLICnV Germaaio empire by means of a slice of the various articles of supply. A car the lyric art presents so bright a future GAS TEMPER SHEARS, NATURAL from the Pole." The story is well told load of lead was ordered from the as to Charlotta Maconda. SCISSORS and KNIVES at PACKET, and is interesting to the end. Verne is Omaha A Grant smelter of Denver. Theatrical Notei. without a rival in his specialty, as Dore Upon arrival of the car the experts set flower. Mrs. James Brown Potter, who is at is without a peer in his line ef art. about testing the quality of the metal. present starring in Australia, does not or is one But the subject toadyism They pronounced it genuine lead 08 seem to have met with a very sweeping .that can find a striking illustration in success. One critic speaks of her voice SNOW-SLIDEper cent. tine. Then the work of re as this city, and elsewhere, if the moveresembling the tones of a phonograph To Advertise our Cutlery Department. ducing it to castings was begun. In the doll. ment or the organization of the Republican and Democratic parties goes on. has added to ita meantime the smelter people missed a The deadly snow-slid- e Henry E. Abbey has secured the ser What will be the result! list of victims in the Colorado mining car load of silver bullion. They found it vices ot Col. J. H. Mapleson for bis com All goods marked in Plain Fu ures and About the time for the holding of con- camps this winter. Miners, like railroad in Omaha, being the truck which the ing season of Italian opera in New York. Twenty per ventions the Republican Central Com- men, grow more recklees of life as they experts had passed for lead. A lew No better man could have been found Cent Off. Take a pair of Shears or ; Icissors home on trial. as Col. has for the position, Mapleson mittee will meet, and, knowing that it grow older Snow-slide- s can not be pre years experience in the bowels of the managed the most famous opera com will be absolutely necessary to secure vented, but experienced mining men who earth with pick and shovel and griibW panies of the age. the People's party vote in order to ob- have spent years in the mountains can a tin plate would be useful to the braity Marie Van Zandt is singing with great tain a victory, will send a sub committee not plead ignorance of the situation of gentlemen in that testing department, success at St. Petersburg, and it is said S. A Car Load of Quick Meal, New Process, Gasoline receives 81,000 per night for the same. to the managers of the People's party the mines. There may be snow-slide- s Stove Just Received. The Denver Republican calls upon Miss Adelaide Moore, who appeared in ami say; ' veuueniea, u you win go in this year in gulches where none were has authorities of the the to first Ocden the season, present with us and help us down the demo- ever known to occur, but the possibility municipal suppress had to retire from the stage indefinitely. crats, we will give you tour of the seven of a slide ia a matter of easy discernment the irrigation ditch nuisance, asserting She all dates and dis has cancelled ofliees on the ticket The There are places where the snow could that the open ditches of slimy water are banded her company. Miss Mocre is will be politely received and w ill be not possibly break away and do damage. the principal causes of fever 'in the suffering from heart failure, and her " That city has ample physicians have ordered her retirement. informed that tho matter will be taken There are other places where not only a warm weather. miller advisement and an answer re- possibility exists, but where it is reduced pipe systems to furnish water for irriThere will be a big burlesque and turned in a few days. to almost a certainty, dependent upon gating lawns, and has no use for open specialty company headed byCarmencita the road next season. Messrs. Koster .This proposition will be caused to the action of the wind in drifting the ditches. Denver has been a very pro- on & Bial will le the proprietors, and they hasfbeen but sadly neg trill play only the high priced theaters. reach the ears of the Democratic Central snow. A snow-slid- e may occur this gressive city, Committee. The committee will at once winter in a certain basin or gulch, and ligent in sanitary and moral affairs. , When the Patti Rosa company reaches perceive that an exigency has arisen. A its course be auch as to avoid any of the Death from contagious diseases and sui- Kew Vork at the terminus of its present cide and murder become have com so will at once boarding houses or shaft or ore houses. It tour it will have traveled about 25,000 democratic visit the managers of the People's party may De repeated in exactly - that same mon there that the otherwise beautiful biles under the present management, that point Wni. Calder, the present and propose, ia consideration of its sup- course for the next two winters. But in city loses halt its charm to persons seek concludes his engagement and fean&ger, homes. ing permanent Ogden may leturns to England. Will O. Wheeler port, to "go one better" than the repub me iouowing wtnier ine wind may lican committee, and allow the People's cnange maKing ine quantity or snow learn a lesson from Denver's experience. till manage Miss Rosa next season. Unclean streets are the foundations for ' Iarty to name five of the seven officers. heavier just beyond, and when the slide diseased bodies Chas. L. JDavis, of Alvin Joslyn fame, and disordered minds. tho gained a fortune nd the nnme of will be comes, as it always does with but little The democratic received with equal politeness and in if any warning, the course will vary and Healthy and happy people do not com- ling the worst actor in tho world, remarks that he has "had all mit crime. Jmmorality don't make an formed that their proposition will be a dozen deaths may result. Many ihe glory thre is in reachinp the topof associatie cleanliness consideration. very long. most T.'iu'in th I'idder of dramatic miner has looked up at a pile of snow on taken under This action on the part of the Demo the mountain side day after day and Cleanliness is too near to Godliness. foie." This about equals Jco. L. Sul-iv- n 6 remark about ' uie'n Booth." cratic Central Committee will be caused laughed and said: "There's a chance for -- i AmmL n Rebel'l 'Miss Schiimer, the pleasing the of Cen ears the us the reach to catch it," and gone on with his jj?to Republican vrtio disappeared so mysteriously eb. aJ.Dispatoriee from vocalist X.O.MJOX, tral Committee. An excited meeting will work for a few days longer. Then the fmm public life a few years ago, and slide comes o suddenly and so quickly Fiseao, a t ortugeee settlement, onp jsito who was at once be held, and the said to have forsaken the stage will again visit the managers of that he 1 ouly time to hear its bowl- u.e wena or me jeoa rver. tell or a s r i the Sultan's harem at Constinople, ious rebellion, I ae Portugese inhabi- - hw reappeared. She is studying music o m.!.I and ,lhe , People's party with a propo ing. Treei.ud ciibiM t I ia ..a utterly help ante are ia Paris. Miss Schirmer is a Boston aa follows; sition, "Gentlemen, twisted, uud. srvwbfd, U i ln3 Si4 )er arr and Get Our Prices on Xew Fresh Goodsl ' UTAH GROCERY AND COMMISSION Steam Laundry, r TEC A. CRAIG, v e PBOR, . St, wpiie 07- - rnA ownlmr fw VJUST FOR FUN! in- 'i 7 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT, , MILES, STREVELL& ULMER. niBlemen Will interest you if you are on the buy. it ly ii . - Co., Iur Garden Tools and Handles SPECIALTY. J. f. BUETOH, MMAGEE.