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()fi DEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, ... THE COMMERCIAL. OGDEN. K. U. oq UTAH. aqJ APRIL . tL.i buu" Editob COHBELL. EIXE3DAT relation i tLt J U drunkard. of.:: u n&,-6Btr-j as tL aai r ic!ia:t!y worse ttaa is f jr a gaud vosits to euieraLi, urthlena, brutal d-- A v d.vores in such a e 11 his wicg of tL th Irish party op-- AMUSEMENTS. pOStrXl fcetil tLk njUUrgt the Irih N Jfulard .a,ir cause will etanl st.iL TLeoc er-- t The opeoiLg of the theatr.cal enea-- of the Irie'a party cow Ls ProrlL and yA B- -t mre he is fast losicg tV- - support of of his own country men at Lome and abroad. (got!, ba l and inJ.iTeren!) on tie road Cest-ral- l past M&n. It ced Dot surprise Irishmen to find than in or tJcluwr, U.e ine uuji - auj .a him trying to aeU himself to the Tories aiira-nalj- s tJtljfl.ri;ce to urop will day. But they too b-drop him w ith cold disdain as soon as t plays and pljxers fctiii traveiiiig. I! y slt nri . !.) . at excet-iOo.tuE. Modi) M aetiUiiio aui l't)i. bj kwm, Priuiaika Co.itj, 6uneriptioo pric. ia airaue, near eurucir of it fcii.-- .fO.VS 7"i i T h tietv-kABCiA- fjud GEAjtD OPEEA HOUSE a: BOWKS k - acl atow. Saturday Evening, April 11, 1891. a;i atnoditU TAl'UHT. L k0O8. te- SPECIAL ENGAGEMEXT OF THE LITEST SITCESS, w me grttai curu-je- r inn'. c'ee.j a.over political opponenta. Ljiited Stat.- m A'jget an i .Srp. The fall of Parnell 6hos that a Lero le:ii jrr, tiiJy J Lave ceasea to MioraliB the city at nrntiut month- .11 k1 must be a hero. He must posset the esit. AU commgnicTi.c to tlj'Ki' i bo THE COMMKKlU BLlsnl.N i CO.. Oneofthe inut suoxsful plave of unselfish devotion of Washingtoa, and Lkdem Cm. Itii. 8ja the present season ha Ijeen the comedy The trs: itcprewtjo mad upon the the personal purity of Lincoln or Grant. drama. Ki IlunkarJ, with Mr. J. C. Lewis loyal ni:nJ of thus vha Lave attained He caai.ot aSord to Uescend to selrisli-nes- s in Uie title role, supported by a coa.pacy Hea-leby the Successful Comedian, and weakness, for in the Lour of oi ieciy taienieu artists. to republican civilization was that the Managers matter. I A Koch have secured this attrac- Bowes staret critiiiual cuospirfti'ies of debased such a txiUapse Lis heroism is gone. And tion, and it will be seen at the Grand on foreigners cannot be overlooked with w hen that is fled he is utterlv defeated. aturday evening the Illh. THIRD THE ElMUI)8 AM) indifference. The influence of the Mfia PARTY. Faimnc stiil fadkg the old party to awe juries, to defeat the end of PKE.VS OPINION. Supported by a Select Company of Artists, carrying their ITie Washington .S7ir, of the Cth in-- i justice and to overthrow gLJ gine-rnenthusiasm. It Las become difficult to own unexcelled I3and and Orchestra. etant, contained the report of a lengthy icent was a revealation to the Nation. get even committee meetings now. AntraIUn Eailways. w interview ith the distinguished senator Two months ago the mention of 6uch Denver News: The united debt of the from Vermont, Mr. Edmunds. The in- alliances would have attracted very lit See the Street Parade of The Farmers' Band. Everv Australian colonies that are propo6icg Sax Domismj will L the ceit nation terview was notable from the fact that lie attention. Now intelligent Ameri member dressed as farmers and headed by Farmer Lewis to adopt reciprocity relatious with the to form federation is nearly as great as Mr. Edmunds' topic was the Farmer's can know that they must be dealt With himself. th national debt of the United present a rnces, 35, 50, 75 cents anu $1.00. aaie 01 seats Unitl Stat id.,;,, Alliance party. The fact that so emi- as a serious matter, Thev must be commences statesman and diplomat u today at box otnee. shining nent a politician should gravely discuss destroyed. SuCce&fe. or that iu tliM fviiintrv. tkn lepur the probable or foxwible influence of the The second thought that has leen part of this debt was incurred in the Alliance party in the next presidential t crystali.ed by the recent startling events of steam railroads, which Italy's tone towards the Utdied construction election is i'jself suggestive of the is that effective measures must be are owned and controlled by the various has become States That quite pcilio. colonial governments. The manage Ftrei.gth and importance of the third aJ inted to sift the cutthroats and out ed and effeminate nation is not in ment of the railroads is placed in the al party movement. But his statement las from the class of crai.ts a condition to fool around a vigorous hand of commissions, and their opera that if the Alhama party elected the j lowed to come and settle in this country lion give general satisfaction. buzz saw Lke this Iiepub'.ic. pieMiieiu nuu a uiajoruy in cougrees ; i ne wholesale retvption of rimmais their measures would be adopted, is a must be stoj.ied. Pedigree of the CuttLrouN. of the Central IJkpkkkxt4Tivj. remurkaole admission, even when pre- Another profound impression mJe Kmsas City Star: The war with Italv American and South American states ceded by the word "ir, Decuuse it grants ujon all good Americans is that the Las settled down to a question of in have been invited to attend the western Not less remark-- j portation of cheap lalwir Las a good deal for the lives of the Italian sub pofwibihty. to be held in Denver Mav Unh. demnity congress able is his statement that if , to do with the exposition of outlawry by which were forfeited in the New The trade interests of the great west and jects the Alliance wrieHus irageuy. 1 ine claim ror inparty earned uny foreign rirfrutf. And the seal of tundeui its i neighbors to the south and southeast demnity is substantially admitted by the states i without carrying the election) nation will be placed ufMU that sort of American have such government, but the manner possibilities of future develop such limited success would result in the nefarious business ns never before. The of collecting it is not determined. The I defeat of the Republican party by men who import foreign barbarians ment and union that closer acquaint only question which now agitates the ance and 1 better H relations should trade minds of the eople is, how much value throw ing the election into the Demo- shoul d be prosecuted for that as for I be cultivated at once. attaches to the life of an Italian of the cratic house of representatives. If his criminal act and should also be held for character of those 6lain at New Orleans? assumption is correct, sui'h will certainly all damages to life and proerty the It is said that four of the victims were San Francisco Jhk takes Chronicle t the result, for the alliance party al- aliens they import may occasion. of Italian government subjects Remember, I am the onlv Laundrv man in Ouden own. the position that discrimination against at the time the of their death. One Another lesson impressed is that this ready has the majority in Kansas and and operating his own plant. Best work and P rnmnr silver ia a violation of the fundamental of them had been a Sicilian bandit; an Nebraska, and is rapidly gaining ground nation, w ith its vast sea coast, mu6t be was a Delivery law of the land. It sayg: "If the mat other fugitive from Palermo, hav in the Dakotas and in other states. prepared for military emergencies. Not ing run away from a charge of murder: Thnt portion of the interview relating to do this is to pursue a policy of ex- ter is ever brought before the United a third was a professional highwayman States supreme court in the right shape and an or r.sposito s band of to the political situation, is as follow: treme narrowness and folly. and is projerly argued that tribunal robbers; a fourth was an Asked what the dangers to bolh the Perhaps it has been taught also that will be forced to decide that the consti- scoundrel whose pedigree in crime has great political parties in the situation there should be some reform in the more oar- jury tution were, the senator said if in the next that both gold and sil not been traced back with anv designed iicumruy. ine question is, how nruch presidential election the Fanners' Alli- system of this country, especially in the ver should be legal tender for the pay- are Will the Largest Stock of Hardware at the four such lives w.rth. As thev were ance should carry any states without matter of requiring a unanimous verdict ment of debts, and that a denial of the probably buried at public expense, has Lowest Prices Interest you? If so, we would of a theelectonil and in having majority college the manner of selecting juries. use of either metal for that purpose is a not .New Orleans a claim against Italv there would be no election by the ieople be glad to have you call and examine our it has been made clear that violation of its Finally, ior me lunerai expenses. aud the present house being largely letter and its spirit." Ve have Everything New that is there is an involved goods. the in adsurdity Democratic, that party would elect its worth The Force Hill. candidate. As to the danger of the Ke- - conllict Between the municipal soverhaving. We are exclusive agents for Mich quiet but critical Gentile atten Colorado Springs (Jazette: Let us ad- publican party, it is that the Alliance eignty of states and the treaty sover. . 11 1 .1 tion has been devoted to the semi annual ma mai iime may carry Borne statos that would of the Nation. The United States suppression or me negro otherwise go republican, and thus if eignty of the Mormon church, jast vote in the South is as general and forc (inference there was no election by the people solemnly enters into a compact with a concluded at Salt Lake ible as Mr. Hoar claims, that the sup City. Nothing or tins injustice was the most give the election to the democratic can- foreign ixnver to protect the citizens of has been heard of thnt would indicate pression didate. Asked if he thought the silver that power within our borders, and if important question of the dav. overshad the issuance of any edict to dissolve the ow ing everyining else, and tftat the Dn- bill would be an issue in the next cam- said citizens lire hung or shot the United paign, the senator did not think it vould States cannot lift a People's party, or even to weaken mary duty of the Republican partv is its & be an issue between .the liepuhlicon and finger to bring the the Let us admit that the bill organization. But, on the other suppression. Democratic parties, although he thinks murderer to justice. Then the sheriff of was carefully planned and that all reas s hand, as showing how the church the democratic party w ill hardly wish a county is greater than the onable suggestions as to amendments president of to dominate iu earthlv as well as were carefully considered. to ninke it an issue to the extent of runIt does not WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF the United States. The Nation could in ning any considerable risk of separating cull spiritual affairs, Aio8t!e Smith bxik necessarily follow that the bill should of millions out citizens the of and other of as coin silver the the gold money occasion to get in his little work on our have lieen passed. In fact it mav be mat tne reason why it did not pass country, and certainly the grtvit body of states to defend against foreign resell xcellent free school system bv counsell said not. will whs because bo many or Mr. Hoar s po republicans Up to the for such a breach of a treatv at safety the Republican party w ill be j Saints to send their children to litico: associates did not believe that it but could not send one man to New Or- ing the in favor of using silver as money, us it Don't Forget Us. the church schools where they would be would le effective for the purpose for Telephone 21 1. leans to lone Ktimihitiona the tre:itv w hich it was intended. always has been. What, the Fanners' VI course it is of the Church of the . , LV taught principles t tl Alliance platform, if the party should carried out. It is plainly ridiculous to enr 101 oeoiiior 10 assert mat he iioar .ion. tiomiiiate a presidential platform, will be make treaties that the Nation is is right and the others w rong, but the powerhe could not say. "A third party moveproof may be most safely left to the logic less to execute. Wiukm'kkad indignation is being ex- of events. ment," continued Senator Kdinunds, Branch House at Miles City. Montana. and Huffnl It is unjust ami unreasonable to undoubtedly exists in the Fanners' pressed throughout the nation over the .Alliance. If successful to the entent of the entire Nation to be responsible action of Italians nt The General Verdict. . Kingston, getting the president and congress, it in arms for acts that may lx' committed Grand 111 an American flag with Ital ian Junction Stir: The present would doubtless le id to the enactment riddling situation has opened the eves by a fifth class sheritV, or for his neglect bullets. Rut our national f the measures they have indicated, policy is such of the American people to the true and w hct her they are good or bad for or llU'llil .e!;cy. that we have loss causa for indignation status of one class of people, the Italians fanners would soon be known." There must be a better constitutional than appears at first sight. If we allow who have become naturalized American Tiie.-citizens but who on the slightest preremarks of Senator Edmunds, provision as to the limitations of the such people to infest our country, we turn to their mother country and r.dinitledly one of the deepest and most sovereignty of the Nation and that of the should temper our indignation with self text, demand hat she shall send her war states it when in iiealimr to in with co;u?s the nation, tonservative politicians censure ami shame. A man who allows ships to lire upon the country of their coupled with statements of a similar lerti'.itioiial n:burs ami with matters his house to be overrun w ith vermin, adoption. These are the men who came w.iere the entire republic is effected. nature recently made by ex Senator not to be indignant when h: is to the l.'nited States, foreswear their native land, swear that thev will be i ni'se are some of the lessors learned ought are strong indications of thegrow-ni- e bitten it is their natcre to bite. An good ivai cilizens and who have no ! fi'or.i the assassins and outlaws. in of third the importance party interesting inquiry, woile on t. is topic sympathies in common with Americans national politics. but will sacrifice American interests to is: How long would Americans be the nation they have (iisoAiied Ti;e Alliance party is unwisely radical 1 '. A'.Y EL L'.S to live in Italy after they had tlios'.' of 'Oil .Y E. ILL. Washin-to- n claim tho benefits of American Will Remove, April ioth to Avenue ' I rst hey in soaie resjiects, but it grapples with hoisted an Italian Hag and shot it to citizenship but in order to further door W. north of & only Sons' old store. right the i'iestions of most interest to the uk'm tii'Miiu.it renvirn 1'ilt? reverses shred? their personal ends. Thev are American citizens in name only but are Italians at people. It treit.s of the questions of in the fortunes of a leader with power more inoney, of freight, of mortgages, of ful influence and world-widon respect has SAW TilUKK lllWHilE!) IIAMiFI). hc.irt. Ijct 1is l.'iHlmi recall these a with Baron icgcd interest. 1 is under no dictaiio from taken place the case of Charles Stew i'iiVii. tins country has no use for them Vaii street. Before we Move. It fearlessly enters the art l'cirucll. A Veteran Reporter Who Heard a A lists against ivonopolies and trusts and year ago he had the Irish ition Thousand Sciifct'ccs. The Irish Federation. cha'.leiiges capital to meet it the hnglish Liberal party led by Mall P.mlyet: The other day at Ib Pal! m.iN, Apni 7. The first public at the ballot box. of It treats the very of Aiuei and the symp-ithtiie meeting of the national federation was most poweilul ally of Irish Home Rule, the did Uaiiey .Mr. Justice Hawkins re- field t iiuosti as of most deep and anxious today. Sexton dwelt upon the ferred in touching terms to the death of to the farmer. at Ins command. He was honored as rapid and enormovs growth of the fed 2302 Washington Ave. South-wi- st Mr. Cor. T.U St. Olyatt. The veteran reporter of the cirtiiou, wiiicn, ne said, woukl soon em- These are the reasons of a success tiiat grand champion of end rights and free the Central criminal of who a died Ireland. court, lo(ly political strength He ;n v;:ii .'mis and spreads like a prairie tire. ;t to );js i,v,er goverBiiif.it. In his fifty years of service Uichaei Davitt said they must gird ago. If the leaders of the Republican and! perform u most splendid service for his tnemseives for a hard tight with the Democratic parties would bring their countij men and to win'an immortal he had heard !,(HH! cases tried, and seen Troy Parnellite alliance. T. M. Healy He saw also spoke. l,(Xl men sentenced to death. ien.(u; organizations into line on liv- nama am mg those of Wolfetono, ()"Co:i odd murderers hanged. Speaking of ing, vital issues issues that appeal to noil and the greatest patriots of the hangmen one day, he said: Celtic nice, u'.e people, there would lie no t'liestion "I5erry is a tall, respectable-lookin. , 1. Have completed their new brewery and wish to inform i) ....... at' a third party in the next presidential "ia to Lne, no'.ir 01 victory amiost, in man his appearance that of a mechanic. He a is shoemaker by trade, but does election. lint in order to do such work the decisivo moment of the crisis, he " dayS their fam0l,s not practice now, for the excutioner is brand of beer (.heir conventions must be free from cor- committed an act of folly. And w hen ." well paid. He gets 10 for the first. poration influences and must cut loose caned upon to snow tlie n.anlv qualities f r 'he second and C .'or the third, with from the dominating of Wall street. of a hero he fell to the level of the ill his paid. What his qualifiThe question of more money is one of craven. He plainly declared in his acts cations f holding the office were! do will be for sale throughout the except that he had a trood city. This beer will be found vital importance to the masses. Are that he wouM rather brace up his tot not know, and w had some to character, ith the best experience nnd h ;c i equal imported article, they not likely to say to the old parties tering fortunes and gratify his personal linns. 1 tie first essential is nerve, and and deserves the support of Ogden's Citizens!' at the next election: 'We asked resentment than to promote the in Berry has certainly nerve. Now. liinns you for relief; you ask us now for our dependence of his country. He at once wa a bit of a braggart, and liked publicity. He would smoke his nineoutside otes. You failed us then; we deny you alienated the Brewery Cor. 19th Lincoln Ave. sympathy of the Liberals, half an hour before an execution and aow." drove of the Irish Irink away and had an active tontrue. Nationalists from his standard and lost Now the executioner generally sleeps in The Chicago I asserts that for the time the support of America, gaol the night before the work. Yes, I ! there "is something appalling in the not only for himself but for the Irish remember Calcraft. Yes. he used to shake hands. Whv notr But he was a fact that from ISfiT to ISSii inclusive contest for independence. man of a retiring disposition, ouiet. and ihere were IKJO.OUO divorces granted in This w ill last just as long as he in never would talk alwut his awful occuthese United States and that the pro- sists upon his frenzy of rule or ruin. pation. He had the strongest aversion ! increased since The tory press is supporting him be- to gossip. Calcraft was a shoemakers. portion has steadily and so is Berry, but Binna wds a platethat time, and beyond all proportion to cause it hope he can hopelessly split layer. I or I forgot Marwond's the increase of population." Hut on this the Irish party. Hut the recent election never troubled them after itvation. f?Vdla lHUkmsot Homf wf.s over. 40 lean the Standard. and 'te out next merobject as on all others the truth, lies at Cork, the announcements of Irish It was 'gooh-byeIts superior mcoIIodco provnn in millions of oniet, fol between the two extremes. While the leaders, the declaration of CJladsto.ie ry meeting.' Marwood was low, too, like Calcraft, and did not talk liomps fur more tlmu n qtinrtwnf a cpotury. It uhcu ny ino united Statos granting of divorces in such large num- against him, and the refusal of Am?ri-can- s much about his business." Endorsed by the he.i of the (ireat (Jovpmtnpnt. Universities bers shows an undesirable condition in to contribute money all emphatifts the Strongest, and most Healthful. "Liver complaint knocked 'out everv lr. Price 8 ( ream Baking Jocial relations, it should not be forPowder dons not cally declare that Parnell must go. round" Anu.ionm. Mme or Alum. Sold only by Dr. Kenlev's Knir'mh I)n- - contain K BAKING POWDER CO. in CaLi P'iJ gotten that a severance of the marriage And until the factional tight between ik'lnn V v Knwloiic in Trail.; . u, lljr. Tx , Street. ,'b.;arx. Ban Francisco Louis TL . recent reveiatioo to public t : the Mva2rv of tL Matins La of th .Vv KE A'uencatS Svral loC4 tf.(?v L per of aj J lir j te Ult - oue-tu.r.- ! ! Jufz , n IFarmer a PLUNKARD HPT. Lewis, I Iff ent-ebl- Steam jciuMrj GEO A. CEAIG, PEOP j im-th- e 137 25 th St rn MOM m in: Just a Moment, Please! : QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVES, Garland and Superior Stoves and llanes, MASOX DAVIS STEEL RANGES. pro-lose- Building jint Hardware, Tools and Cutlery. MILES, STREVELL& ULMER. e New-York- REMOVAL LA.SST AV.I53SK i II e Italian-American- 1 111 OUII GEEAT CASH SALE 1 1 ! Eastern Prices 21 Crockery and Glassware Ih-atl- i org-.mize- OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, ,:, mo-san- few-day- s The SchciHias Brcwmo- Co. g ROCKY MOUNTAIN AMBER s h,-o..- and two-third- s nttr-Occti- n Spring Styles T HATS CALL lis: .' I ATTEKBUItY, DOBSON Hatters and Furnishers, M & CO., 2oth !