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OUDES DAILY COMMERCIAL: ... BoYU THE COMMERCIAL. Hill bnat St Paul have a itr out The very worst cutever dodged s halter may come here from Sicily or some criminal quarter of Europe and almost immediAnother thing. throat that ately actually participate in the conduct of the affairs of this government. Such a thing is simply an outratge, a piece of vicious folly forced upon many states by unprincipled demagogues. For instance, in Louisiana a ship load of the meanest Marian assassins could vote for any officer or on any question by merely declaring their intention to become citizens and residing in the state a year. They would have no comprehension of American institutions and yet they each cjuld exercise as much power at the ballot box as W. M. Evarts, George F. Hoar, Allen G. Thurman or John G. Carlisle. This absurd situation prevails in many of the states. In Nebraska a foreign assassin oould rote after a residence of six months and a declaration of in ten Also in Colorado, Kansas. Michi-SoutDakota and Wyoming. Many states have wisely required full citizenship. There is too much lack of uniformity in these things among the states. Steps should U taken to correct this. Men coming from nations having forms of government wholly unlike this one should be required to pass through a term of probation as a condition for admission to citizenship before being aUcwad the l ight to say how the govern merit shall be run. The courts should be judges of worthiness for citizenship. The outrageous absurbity of the loose license permitted in mny states hna become gravely npparent sices this Marian bust ness came to the surface. A DISCOURAGED XATIOX. In a business point of view no nation on the globe is in such a deplorable con dition as the Argentine Republic. Bus iness of all kinds is at a standstill, trade is dead, manufactures stagnant, labor unemployed, and productive resources paralyzed. A gloom unrelieved by a ray of hope has settled over the nation. Bankruptcy stares the republic in the face. No declarations could be more sugges tive of dread despair than a declaration from the President, Senor Peligrini, to his people: "The worst danger ahead is social revolution. We are in danger of disappearing as a civilized nation. With gold at ;KX) wealth melts away, scarcity ensues, then ruin, want and famine. Life is impossible at such a premium, government cannot be carried on; the people, rendered desperate, may rise to secure food, and no power esn resist them. Factories are being closed, the workmen are without work and without food, and herein lies a great political and social danger. The abyss may open under us at any moment. - Some cities are cemeteries for buried I rmm following piece of Etruscan irony is frem the Colorado Springs Telegraph: The passengers of an English railroad ifSin that was snowed in for two days in a recent blizzard got out and built fires by the track, and thus heated the water tank foot warmers that are the only means of warming English cars. And we continue to send missionaries to The state of Texas owns several sugar plantations and works them with convict labor. It also has a governor with the cognomen of Hogg, who, in spite of his unpoetical name, does not seem imbued with porcine qualities. The legislature of the Lone Star state recently pmesed an act accepting the bounty provided by the McKinley bill, of two cents a pound on home grown sugar, but Governor Hogg promptly vetoed it. aaaratus to a km mm r Frictd Aft. Exchange i What acwjpftar eoald kws St Piliiahaia asses to gat a people of good deal of fun out of the kjog. eusd From the dispatches this morning it appears that Australia is a republic. Shake! This makes English royalty tired. But what are the aristocrats going to do about it? A CARiiO of American beeves were recently shipped by steamer to Antwerp, and a number of the lot were shipped by rail from the latter city'to Zurich, Switzerland, where they faund a ready market. The politicians are conceding that the next governor of Iowa will be a farmer. That's true of several states in the Mississippi valley. The republicans lost the governorship the last time by snubbing the farmers. It would be a splendid revenue scheme for the Italian government to send worthless Dagos over to this ooun try to get killed for committing crimes and then get indemnity. But it is not likely to be a shining success. The press of the country is the growing determination of tse people of this country t shut off g the influx of European assassins, thugs, dynamiters, highbinders, anarchists and redmouthed breeders of pestilence. Ocean racers make the trip from Sandy Hook toQuoenstowa on an average time of six days and six hours. A vessel is now being built in Baltimore to make it in four days. Before the days of steam navigation thirty days was considered a quick trip between the United States and Europe. There remains in Italy little if any of the Roman bravery and endurance that made the eagles of Cazar's legious so victorious. The Italians of today are degenerate sons of noble sires. Italy's navy, while rated as the third best in warships, iR not manned and officered in proportion to its rating. m Si r- - We don't offer goods tswnorrow. Uur prices ar? i m Efcgbah 'jffiua--i are hWv ta baa a goods, not on a FEW LE that their taww part of - iii atyU" -for atratappear ld!. li.r n- ib.r i ... ,r- - .mi m .v mmt Trmperaarr. Kansas City Times Young man sr. leaning the every day com marcuJ value of temperance. The "good fellow" man is he who stays at the ladder's foot and his comrades profit by that object In m walk of Ufa are the oaths open as they ware, not so vary long ago. to me man who unou. naum men, look upon au employe's convivial habits as a menace to them selves. W hat oooe found ready excuse u outfrr not aval hdanMH fUl the plain lesson of the times. And that is the reason ooanaon sense is ever? u forwarding the cause of practical tam peranoe. Eieit.blt Gail. the amy. A a started L-ttj- ere ef the matoecu. iiisa aavs las ought read tLm A New York acnbbenr who that urksaro-adtha-- Ml hab Steptiiak, the Busaiao nihilist, before ha rat urns to Europe, will spend a few wanks in Bus too endeavoring to nnd out the psych logical affinity between the eclectic poetic aoui f uloaaa of Beacon su- -t and a die of liaked beann Mim Mabel Guddard. who m las years to studying the rel as follows: anles mi . . L. The South Getting Solid. Denver Republican: It is reported that since the first of January 853 have been established in the Southern States. During the first three months of 1890 the number of new industries established was 837, and during the corresponding period of 1880 it was 612. The outlook of the south, particularly with respect to manufacturing, is very encouraging. Among the of this year six are agricultural implement works, twelve .ire boot are and shoe factories, and forty-fivcotton and woolen mills. The manufacture of boots and shoes is comparatively a new industry in the south. There is also great activity in railway const ruction, new railroad companies ninety-threhaving been organized this year. The industrial activity is a magnificent thing, not only for the south, but also, indirectly, for all parts of the Union. A reat deal of the prosperity is seen in exas, and' in the welfare of that state Colorado is closely interested. Our customers s m We save them money no bad accounts for weight and guarantee sat j Remember Our Corner, Prurras for the Initi atiou of Candidate. Kituali-t- k Th following article is printed by reit furnishes aome rich pointers for Masons: We have before maintained that the tramps scouring about the country are a regularly organized fraternity, having a general understanding wi.h one another, and having a ritual of questions and answers. Their uniform appearance, their periodical visits to the same localities, their regular calls at the same houses, where tbey have before procured food, all point to t In. Sheriff Walla, of thk city, has found curious emblems about them, and has studied their character and listened to their conversation, until he can tell a regularly initiated tramp from an imposter. The following amusing and instructive dialague took place between the sheriff and one of a aquad of tramps recently committed to jail: "From whence came you?" "From a town in New York, called Jerusalem." "What's your business here?" aid "To learn to subdue my sppet to sponge my living from an indulgdnt public. "Then you are a regular tramp, I presume?" j . "I am sp anLjwiaptaiMHWrr ever I go." "How am I to recognize you as a trsmpT" "By the largeness of my feet and general carnivorous appearance." "How dc you know yourself to be a tramp?" "In seeking food; by being often denied, but ready to try again." "How gained you admittance to this town?" "By a good many long tramps." "How were you received?" "On the end of a night policeman's billy, presented to my head." "How did the policeman dispose of you?" "He took me several times around the town to the south, east and west, where he found the city marshal, police judge, and the jailor, where a great many questions were asked." "What advice did the judge give quest It is said that i da you?" "He advised me to walk in upright regular steps, and to denounce tramp-ing- . "Will you be off or from?" "With your permission I'll be off very quick." "Which way are you traveling?" "East." "Of what are you in pursuit?" "Work which, by my own endeavors and the assistance of others, I hope 1 shall never be able to find." "My friend, you are now at an institution where the wicked are always troublesome and the weary are as bad as the rest You will now be conducted to the middle chamber by a flight of winding stairs, consisting of five or more steps. Instead of corn, wine and oil the wages SPICE OF LIFE. of the ancients yours will be bread and of water for five days. When your comNotes of Interest on All ort pany escape from this place, divide yourThemes. selves into parties of three each; take a for Portland or Bangor, where Ohio's grape crop per acre is worth bee-lin- e in the winter they usualiy run free three times that of California. and you may be pardoned on One paper in Kansas, the Alliance Gacondition of your never returning." zette, of Hutchinson, has nominated (Pointing to Edmunds, the turnkey): Ingalls for the presidency. "Follow your conductor and fear no Mr. Gladstone's idea of bequests is danger if you behave yourself." thus set forth: "What is wrested from me by the grip of death I can in no sense be said to give." The last population bulletin says that people prefer a humid atmosphere. During this month they oould be accommodated in almost any part of this country. A New Haven man found a pearl in one of the oysters he was disposing of on the half-sheplan. It wasn't the pearl without price, for a jeweler has offered him 175 for it Turn obout is fair play and every dog has his day. Certain impecunious English gentlemen are now making a living by breaking dogs, and it is worth while to say that the dogs originally helped to break the English gentlemen. Spring fish stories are due and here is A pike was reone from England. cently taken from the Avon by an angler who was plumbing the water with a The knife had got pocket knife. wedged at an adgle in the pike's mouth. Down south they are married and given in marriage to a considerable extent At a wedding in Arcadia, HaObtain HOlknaol Home-sm leers the Standard, th other day, the bride was married to her ninth husband, and four of her -..... .. l. . m in im j j r, ,u r more former husbands were present at the home for thn a quarter of a centnry. It naed the is t'nited States Government. by ceremony. Endorsed by the heada of the Great Cniversitiee The Buffalo Express says: It is be- as the Stroiurett. Parent, and moet Healthful. . p .... .. i ... lieved that if the Americans will agree Mr PriM'fl ('roam I! all Amrjonirij Lime or Alntn. Sold only to keep at home the man who crosses contain r I r l: j j. ruir.K his teet in a street car and the man who in New Voi I CtMaca, Sao Francisco Leah e e soup-house- pes Baking Powden 11 2 - 0 UTAH GROCERY AND Sto Laundry Troy GEO. A. CKAIG, PBOP., THE OBBEK OF TRAMPS. The Ik mmma m irrxster amon trained nurses that any other class of woman workers. The daughters of mr-- y nearly always marry well, and this is aleo noted of Yasser girk. New York Tribune: A gentleman who recently witnessed Sardou's "Ther mido" in Paris aaid: "The audience was of an description, but f.r nmrii lirorittrlv than inv Flow ery audience I ever heard of. They led ana snneueo, wnue ine wnoie Eel rang with whistles, the French method of expressing disapproval, the hiss being unknown. Coquehn and Mile. Bartet were treated with the greatest and even pelted with .toy rudeness, . .. t A whistles, simply oecaune a puriiou oi mo .n.ti.nu 1 nl not kiinrnve of the Dolltl The the author of -the i play. oa ideas ef . i j . in .ine next day mere was a inot ueoaie chamber of deputies over the play, and the most violent personalities were exchanged before the order of prohibition The United States was sustained. house of representatives is not the most dignified body in the world, but it would be hard to imagine it being torn up by a theatrical performance " mm All of Our, c . i,.v4.ax). fara E nine-tenth- It will cost Galveston 12,840,000 to make a sandstone jetty for its proposed deep harbor, that being the lowest bid. The lowest bid for a granite jetty was ? John Kaek-sinters. At anatocrattc balls ioe slat aJ of oelebritien have base the faatwonble all tfca tanks in the fti iliah Maaaaa. It -- 4 mmm Famous sculptors did not daoorataoaa. disdain to try their akdl in ths Una. and an utterly m pagan in a good th rkrurea wars bmmb. aaWtira when But if yon read to amy, hook, Isttar by latter, -t- hat placed among shrubs and with real aocuracr, yaw ai foreer lighted up by many nrdatad more, in aoaas meaeure, an educated per Profits on Coinage. Pueblo Chief tain: A anug little sum of 12,005,000 has just been covered in Be(; pardon, but did you say "iron the treamirv as the pront on silver coin works?" age under the silver act of last summer. About 135,000,000 has been disbursed in purchase of Arizona too proposal to soon ask for the treasury notes for the and 2,000,000 bullion under this act, statehood. ounces have been coined monthly into silver dollars as required by the third As the coinage rate is 4121-Italy declines to Fava this country. section. s fine, Ad the of trrains silver, But Blaine will meet the issue without value of the coinudWlar actual fear or Fava. is only seventy five cents at presflBacd has never risen higher than ninety-tw- o cents since the passage or ninety-thre- e California gained 415,000 in of the act, the government has profited from 1880 to 1890. The on each dollar coined frou seven to by the last census shows 1,208.140. twenty-fiv- e cents, and the aggregate of these' savings has already exceeded This money has been crediThe entire railroad mileage of Kansas 12,000,000. assets of the treasury, ted to the general is bonded at an average of 121,000 a mile. and is available for current expenditures in railroad Every that state could be equally with customs or internal revebuilt for less than 120,000 a mile. nue receipts. Brazil, m not entirely happy. The new constitution meets much opposition and the finances of the country are reported as in a very depressed yy-a- Hltj Fiiils Rush jo the - the effrontery to carve where nature haw art up bar --fantastic asasonry? " The booms. generally-voicin- The Mi V Mr Aa liM - Bu-iae- as Vesterdsy this paper referred to the decision by the supreme court of an ap peal case in the litigation between the two street railway companies of this city. That article was baaed upon a re port of the decision as found in a Salt Lake City paper. But the account in aaid paper seems to have been erroneous and made up from a wrong comprehenaioo of the facts. A communication explaining the scope of the decision of the upper court will be found in this paper. The decision really deak with every point raised in the litigation as to the charter rights of the Ogden City company. It denies that aaid company has or could have any exclusive franchise on the streets of Ogden. It upholds the decision of Judge Miner in all points and is in favor of the Henderson company. is glad this is so far Thb Com mew-iai- . settled for it will permit the Henderson company to proceed with its work of construction. The case may be appealed to the supreme court of the United States but that will not prevent the Henderson company from going ahead and putting its line in operation. An electric line is what Ogden wants and without any unnecessary higgling. It is reported on good authority that the Henderson company w ill Ije at the work of construction very soon. Press Saturd-- y r isum ( im lV I. r the aanaal jatat eaia-- . at tyaf we do irgua peop llab hae 4 wetaewga SOHe vdi r ihaeJy Ja that that wan at any ttsaa any danger a subject: -- IW LaUare lor of Mr. Hill's - THAT DECISIOX AOAJX. rVasr rr. Itfl. EDA V, APRIL 4, ais-- : a s.Le a I be kept from coming here? inimijrratioi. is supposed to be nd Lh restriction it to I effective. Shall a similar law be leveled at undesirable foreigners generally. Very few Americans go abroad to reside and Italy oould not well retaliate Nor oould Spain. British, German, Dutch and Scandinavian citizens are generally desirable. But there is a criminal class in all European countries, more or leas desperate and abandoned. In some way, if possible, they should be refused domi n!e in the United States. They should be required to bring passports of re portability or their coming should be resisted. The details by which this could be done may be difficult to carry fl ta his bar Ml vetoed it. After all the worry nod ouatealioc UTAH. over the uaximiub freight tariff Ull by OGOCN. Governor the 'it rest's IB tonus Boyd vetoed it- - He had reouuimsMMi i. M. LOUtU. bis iiiweg i to the togwUtnre too. ML itjn UT11MI iriXL very So that this acuoc on his part 1MB lUlLl surprising It was Ml SQSlwsd by the railroads that be would do this. Bo Ckte ltl, L'.aJ. bj tui.ta- well informed a journal as the Railway (u. toro-gon-a Ajft said last wessc that it was a eooduatua that B;yd mould etgc the bill. All mmmMIM stools' fc iMmm4 u But he didcX and its friends could fCBUsHISO CO THE XMillU QUO I fTI. L I Allmi pass it over bis veto. The farmers of Nebraska would now gat op and tte the fur fly but they can do nothing more tor two years and in that time there may be no Alliance to speak of. XATIRALIZATIOX. Thr now s g until fatting thmt Una country shouH in mb way b pro tscul from foreign criminals. But bow? A s, WHOM' Remember, I am the ing and operating his oi Delivery y Laundry man in Ogden own- plant. Best work and Prompt a fit, ardware at the Will the Largest Sto If so, we would Lowest r rices Int d examine our be glad to have y goods. VVehav woWi Tia v i ng. We1 are exclusive agents for . QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVES, Garland and Superior Stoves and Kanges, MASON & DAVIS STEEL RANGES. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF Building Hardware, Tools Don't Forget Us. and Cutlery. Telephone 211. MILES, STREVELL& ULMER. Branch House at Miles City, Montana, and Buffalo.Wyoming OUR GEEAT COST SALE! Will be Continued Until April 15th. We have such a variety of goods we can quote but a few prices, but how these suit you: DRY (K)ODS, ETC. Turkey Red Table Cloths, Linen Damask Table Cloths, Large White Bed Spreads, Child's ten cent Hose for Boj's ten cent Hose for Misses' ten cent Hose for Ladies' Hose for Men's Hose for Pour ten cent Linen Towels for Pair Lace Pillow Shams for Pair Stamped Pillow Shams for NOTIONS 50c. 85c. 75c. ac. 7c. 7c. 8c. 8c. 25c. 40c. 20c. 4 HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES. " 4 Papers Tacks for 25 Slate Pencils for 7 Spools Coats' Thread for .... 3 Papers best Brass Pins for 3 Cakes Toilet Soap for 1 2 10 14 12 do m , . . ". Quart Pudding Pans for. . Quart Covered Pails for Dust Pans for Quart Pails for Quart Pails for Quart Galvanized Pails for. .'. ,', ',' . ' 25c 10c. 10c. 8c. 9a & 20c. 25c 40c Crockery and Glassware at Manufacturers' Prices to Close Out OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, 2302 Washington Ave. South-ea- st Cor. 23d St. The Schellhas Brewing Co. Have completed their new brewery and wish to inform the people of Ogden that 'within a few days their famous brand of beer, ROCKY MOUNTAIN AMBER, will be for sale throughout the city. This beer will be found best the it is brewed in Otrden and to article, imported equal and deserves the support of Ogden's Citizens. : Brewen Cor. 19th and Lincoln Ave.