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o 3 r nn ... OOCCN. C M. Earn EEIX'lt AFIL Mutiiij W mi cvm u( stm. nod,iwat iufV (Vv Co. (MM Dektmi baid. ia b Ci'j at 75 VMMtL.lU- - THE Ueu tin. Lita- - fSLXmd at tba Poctufirt traiaaaaua Usfuea Katur.l Uac tl HUm Lmmms I lab. htuuiM tLuum. iL V: uul II. i Tit-krrj- bj lij to-wm- iXJ W. Ctah. fur at aiaji a baeuaKiaaa UTAH TO THE FOREFROST. At Eunetirig o tt World' Columbian Com mission, Le!J in Chicago, April from the wa3d, rrjxjrU mere tt. tier a of tL atata ami territories a to th Ubiataoe th&t would b given in ai-- t of the jfraat fair. The following extract from the published proceodinu tcila how tb oem- Biiiiontr, Hon. F. J. Kiaspl, if Utah, piedged the wise liberality of tLia rich and progressive tsfritory: done yet in the "Nothing haa aT of appropriation. Our legialatur biennially and will meet -next niU winter. We are taking a patriotic- interest in the Exposition, and if I interpret the spirit of our people I am aure we shall have a very liberal appropriation from Utah, which although considered as a step-chil- d of the nation, understands the valueof advertising and wishes to be in a position at the Exposition to worthily represent her varied resource. I think that Utah in fact I feel reasonably sure that Utah will respond with f itft,UA more." There can be but one answer from citizen of this ter eery public-spiriteritory, regardleos alike of creed and politics. Hi at answer will lie that the state ment there made ia so thoroughly in acoord with the enterprise and intelligence of this territory that it must be, and will be. fully realized by a legislative appropriation of f 100,(X)0. iio ritJ lo LEGAL Hion-in- f 's LEGERDEMAIN. The following notice from the committee of the Ogden Bar is less remarkable as a shrewd manifesto and diplomatic evasion than for its generosity to the public: "Said committee w ill receive specillc charges and specifications in writing signed by any reputable citizen, charging either or both of said members of said bar (Rhodes and Hudson) with conduct or moral turpitude in connection with said transaction, the alleged action in taking from one Cunningham a quit claim deed of certain lands in Ogden City, and then exacting from the supposed owners of said lands a compensation by reason thereof." The shove ia a refutation of the gen erally accepted theory that lawyers' hearts are rarely susceptible to the soft and tender sentiments. What could be more kind than the information that the committee would receive charges and specifications if in writing and signed How kind it by any reputable citizen? was to throw around the charges and specifications the protecting cloak of written formality, as if it were an action de nova that no one had heard about. It would never do to recognize as a source of information such a trilling thing as a tidal wave of public indignation that had affected the community throughout its length and breadth. Then again what finer instance of self abnegation could be found than for the committee, in this graceful, recherche and neglige manner to shift it and duty upon an innocent and gullible public. But there are many and The Commercial is among the number who believe that the question before the committee is one of grave professional re- isiblity that cannot be flippantly ior.to others; that it is an important ssing duty to be fearlessly met jjirly considered by the committee. .liAKtinn cannot he liirKllv dalpfrntful no others except with one reault. That suit will be to bring upon those re- ousible for such lack of fearlessness e just censure of the citizens of a city at has been miserably mistreated an unjust and unwarranted interfer-;- e with the sacredness of its titles. g d d Ogden V Produce Exchange is getting down to business in city style. Its daily quotations will be found in another column in this paper. They .will prove very useful to dealers in and out of the city and consumers can keep the run of prices too. With a live Produce Exchange, an active Real Etat Exchange a practical mining bureau, and a Chamber of Commerce Ogden ie getting into correct city habits at a fine gait. Ogden is all right, and those who overlook that fact cannot recognize good thing when they see it. Na-- U ad rtter g 2,-0- currency does not keep up with the growth of commerce there is a contraction. For even if paper takes the place of money it is based mo-- e or less on credit Banks loan on capital they do not have and at the least flury they go into a panic. Inflation is unfair to creditors. Contraction is ruinous to debtors, and sooner or later pinches the creditors too. A fixed ratio is the only fa way. The revolutionists ia Chili seem about to sweep Balmaceda's tattered government from the capital and it would appear about time for them to set up a new republic on the plan of the United States of North America. England is growling about the blockading the ports down there, but the real thing that hurts England is that it cannot go in and seize the country. Another cause of complaint is that the aristocrats were overthrown and government of the people is ism. "Tat Unir Tj .' TLe saooil preaesitatijc A Ti Little Tyec" at tL Grasj drew a t a raicy c:Lt jd . lea aid mud Jy stefU. TLe play it a br jrLt and pretty ftiixtcr of Urfci.-t- fur e e, r.i ar. 1 tecie of humor ar J ha if iien lery yoxl eatiafai-tfcjia iyl-o- . Tie x w s k'.l ttemsrivc vry t7 : The Rebels May Get Hungry. New York, April 16. Messrs. Flint !t Co, of this city are in receipt of a cable stating that the Chilian congress held its first session on Wednesday. It also advises that there is no foundation for the report that Don Carlos and Antunez have placed the government funds at the disposition of the Insurgents and had resigned as Chilian ministers They state that as all provisions have to be brought from the south for the support of the nitrate ports the position of the insurgents in holding the deserts of Tasopaca and Atacama is a, difficult one. They are subjected to enormous expenses without having a revenue through the export of nitrate which is not being produced under existing conditions. It was for this reason that the government had abandoned these ports, the insurgents having command of the sea. weU, pevi-l- y FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 1-- it KtJtlrr T waif at. The disti twisted Eie EliB.er will at tie Grand t Eiht the attra i.ve ootuedy drama. "TLe Governess." Ttis is an emotional play, affording a picture of a mother's devotion to her child. In the title role Mlas Elisler will and 18. EFFIE ELLSLER, Aided by her own company, including Mr. Frank Weston, in two of her latest successes. Friday Evening and Saturday Matinee, "THE GOVERNESS" A Domestic Comedy-Dram- a. Saturday Evening, exhibit her rare MISS MANNING " powers at tenderbcx portraits and Lfe impersonation. The North Philadelphia American refers to this presentation in that city as follows: "The Governess" was presented at the rch Street Theatre last evening by Miss Ellsler, supported by a competent company, and it may be honestly and veracnoualy said that it ia a success and frem tret to last the interest of the audience in what is troing on ia steadJy maintained. Miss Ellsler as Zohra plays with much force and feeling, and brings to the interpretation of the role that delicate appreciation of the subtler shades and that tine caof sentiment iU eloquent expression pacity for which in combination with the intense womanliness of her personality have made her one of the best "rmotional" actresses on the American stage. Mr. Frank Weston did aotns good work as Jarris Coulter, a character whose bluff heartiness be very well suggested. There were many clever touches in Mr. Elisor's impersonation of the tramp, and Mr. Lestina's villain showed much quiet force." Tomorrow afternoon the same bill will be given as a matinee. In the evening tomorrow Miss Eilsler'a company will render the new American comedy "Miss Manning," of which Mr. J. B. Runion, of the Kansas City Star, is the author. Miss Ellsler will doubtless draw large bouses. 17 ! Engagement of the Favorite American Actress. aa::ti tio leailri iai.ea. A New American Comedy. Prices, 35rt 50e, 75e, $1.00. Seats on Sale Wednesday Morning. -- Ee Yesterday's Baseball. BOWES 12 I sad Maaawm. Monday, Evening, April 20. Initial Performance ia Ogden the Beet American Play Ever Written. of Brouson Howard's Record Breaker And Oreat Big Triumph, Direct from It Second Great Run in New York City. THE GREAT, THE ONLY, THE INVINCIBLE, SHENANDOAH WITH THE EXACT ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST. Magnificent Scenery and .Realistic Accessories. New York haa seen it 3T0 times. Chicago haa seen it I'M) times. Boston has seen it 75 times. San Francisco has seen it 50 times. The Greatest Dramatic and Moneyed Success before the American public, tli opinion tliat 8hnaoloh nbouM be teon by ewr patriot of our coon Lt m exprma K 0 Washington U..w KOt'H, ! JUST TWO NIGHTS! OPKNS AT WASHINGTON. Boston OPERA HOUSE GRAND trjr. -- THE LAI OK.W W. T. SHKRStAS. won. Pheaanduali Ik tli tMnt I'lm 1 hare iEN. N. A. MILES. Thi moot rwtll.tnl dI brat I rvftr wttnwd. MAJ. GES. THOS. L. ROSSEB. NOTE Th company jum Nrw from York direct City to OgitD without a (top. Priooa, 35. SO, Tic tl.00 and II M. lr eir AT BALTIMORE. Baltimore 11 Athletics 4 AT LOriSVlLEK. Louisville 5 Cincinnati Raees in Memphis. Memphis, April 16. The track was balf-mil- e rather heavy. dash Maggie Lebus won; Engaritta second; Zentippa third. Time, 52. Three-quartmile dash: Verge Dor won; Bankrupt second; Roily Bolly third. Time, 1:18,4- - Tennessee Brewers' stake, $1000 added, fillies, one mile dash: Ethel Gray won; Phi lora second; Bonnie Bvrd third. half mile: Time, 1:47. Sam Farmer won; Lena Frey second; s Maggie Martin third. Time,53J. upward, one mile and sixteenth: John Sherman won; Dollikens second; Crrter B. third. Time, 1:53. Two-year-ol-d: er IEAL QUICK 7 faTnEvaLji AND III OCDCH y I Gasoline Stoves! three-year-ol- The Stove which lights same as your gas! The Stove which is the Best. one for the people! The Stove which is the wonder of the age! The Stove which emits no smell, no smoke, no soot! The Stove which is always ready for action! The Stove which is safest and most improved! The Stove which is so easily worked and so simple! The Stove on which a meal is quickly cooked, Is called "QUICK MEAL. Call and see the Stove in operation. Three-year-old- . MR. Me K EE'S SIDE. Contradicts Some of Prof. XewiU's Printed Statements. Editor Commercial: In reply to a He card from A. C. NewilL published in your issue of today, I desire to state that I attended the dancing party at the military academy, having received two separate invitations thereto. I was not intoxicated, as was apparent to every one in the hall at the time, and as a matter of fact, I had not tasted liquor at Bny time during the day. Mr. J. F. Maguire accotr panied me, and he is therefore in a position to know. On Monday, after I had thrashed New-i- ll and one of the students who attacked me, the whole mob of thirty or forty attacked me at once, and it was at this juncture that my friend reached for his revolver, saying that he proposed to see fair play. I am informed that the whole cause for Prof. Newill's animosity toward me is the fact that I was introduced at the military academy by Major Harris, as his friend. Professor Newill was not on good terms with Major Harris, and apparently he now proposes to vent his spleen on me, in the latter's absence. This is the only reason which I can (jive for his actions, which are entirely without excuse. Professor Newill rejoices in the reputation of being an overbearing and bully, but when he attempts to enforce his arrogant blackguardism with others than those who are unfortunate enough to be his subordinates, he will invariably find it necessary to have a mob at his back to uphold him. Ogden, Utah, April 16th, 1891. Caleb L. McK ee. MILES, STREVELL & ULMER, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS, BOYLE BLOCK, P. S. OGDEN, UTAH. iVSaJjJ Tin Shop in connection. Vth''" .Henrv Wadman. Foreman. First-clas- s al l-- ECONOMY v a t IS WEALTH ! To appreciate that wise saying you want to Call and Examine the Immense Assortment of Troubles in India still Rife. Calcutta, April 16. A dispatch from Benares announces thit serious religious disorders are taking place, owing to the fact that the local authorities have commenced the demolition of the temple which has been the place of pilgrimage visited by the Hindoos and BuJ-disffrom all parts of India, to provide a site for waterworks. GRAM) OPERA HOUSE a Je once. So that if the volume of currency were to follow population'it would not begin to keep up with the growth of property. As a matter of fact, if the volume of aphil it, AMSJSfMeNTS. IM-rv- L U-c- d busi-Bess-li- That Commercial congress at Kansas City is airing most of the important questions now before the people of the vest aod will doubtless do much good in the ,way of bringing about uniform thought and concert of action. The Denver convention will probably pive more of its time to the question of a tiarjx m the gulf. JWrar4 dpuLe a pur auatfe. bLLsiil.Sii L4 iAi,. via da y, Cvi-rfiu- c ".4i.- -i ia U- - stall Utok pro&i of report that ti iaoda ir. Wjeoc.n, tivh pt.bl; to the emeiry-DC- T Jdjusler Porter, representative of the was fully there, United Sum at Rojue, was pptib!y is the aLapa of orders for the lax.4 to be ckiead from entry fur the prwct. It is hen acied by the kick's eibarraae-- ! tKat this actkm .i to would tbouKt minister w hat tLe United But quiet tti disturbance at the lafcd &oe, were will justly p'jesch the tLreaten- dj if a dozen Amerkaits ia Italy tc attitude of the lawless tboU. aaeuwd of trea&jo and hdasi&aUl. ia Lis orit-- r says a iSeruryLasNoble, Mr. Porter may Lave felt eaibarrSMJ been received from the telegram Let-auL could not eourteoutJy and receiver of tLe land ofice partly tell the truth. Now let BooietLicg lie a at Aahland, about the armed in hoe; ai a telegram from out, F.C parallel ease Le supposed. himself fur 230 Chamberlain, Supose tkat the murderers of CVonin, men in line, to ssgnieg the effect that about tso one of the Younger Brothers, hundred and fcf ty of these armed i&en James, and several similar characters to threaten to bring about a riot, bloodbe ail living and to have gone to Ilome shed and great kws of Lfe and property unless the head offioe receives their to dodze American iiistk. Suppose said two ia the order in which tiling as foolish to hundred and fifty men desirethe should the people there were no they make theo f till tlodged citbens in one be received. In riew of these facta, and desiring to year. That t key had organized into a serve the interest of the general puLhc oo this band of ajtoausm and terrorism rather than obey the bece&u of any side of the water and transported their armed body of men who are seeing to serve their individual interests by infamous alliance to Home. the citizens, Suppose they were to overawe the intimidating the lands an J reserved unul further Home of and court by police, juries orders. threats, autulla, intimidation and murAsHLjkMi, Wis, April Id The fact der, so as to esoape punishment for rob- that Secretary Noble has issued an order suspending the tilings and bery, systematic blackmail and murder. indefinitely on the Omaha lands has cresettlement Suppose the chief of police of Borne were ated considerable excitement here toto attempt to collect proofs sufficient to night None, however, have left the line, arrest and convict that gang of Ameri- and fully 550 are still there, determined can scoundrels, and that on the day be- to wait until morning, although they ean fore the court met, before which he was give no reason why they are so doing. to present his evidence, Le were to be set To Answer for Bribery. upon and foully assassinated by those April 16. Otto Mears, presiDe3vb, American cutthroats. dent of the Rio Grande Southern, and Treasurer Walsen yesterday apSuppose that the people of Home, justly indignant with righteous resent- peared before Judge Graham in answer charging them with ment at the long continued infamy of to the indictments and were admitted to bail in the bribery vilthis pestilential gang of American sum of fl5,0U0each. Ex Senator Steven lains, were yet to listen to legal counsels son was also present, but as he bad not and allow the law to take its course. yet been arrested, bis appearand was not noted. Suppose the assassins came to trial, From the latest developments it is murderous members of the but other probable that besides the charge of atgang were to terrorize the jury and tempting to bribe members of the legiscourt officials with threats and cause the lature, thev tuav have to answer the ad of having attempted ditional jury to be bribed with money, and that to bribe charge the members of the grand in consequence of these nefarious methjury who indicted them. F. IL Baker, ods the murderers went scot free. a member of the grand jury, has asSuppose then the good men of Rome, serted that hetowas offered a considerareconsider the indicttion to vote feeling that the infamous gang had for ment against Mears after it had been the time mastered courts, defeated jus- found G. G. S peers, who was secretary tice, and gained a new lease of audacity of the jury, admitted that it had been for robbery and assassination, were to rumored that there was a fund o: 110.- 000 raised to indictments being rise up with a determination to shake found. F. A.prevent another member of Glass, American Matians from the throat of the the jury had also beard the rumor. It state, once for all, and should shoot is possible that the new grand jury will investigate the charges, made by Mr. them to death. Baker. What would Americans say to that? They'd say "served the scoundrels In the Coke Region. right." The president would keep his SxtT8Dai.f, Pa, April 16. James coat on, Blaine would say it was a good McBride arrived from Columbus today money for the riddance, and everybody here would go with a large sum of relief officials say it is The labor strikers. ' sufficient to on as if nothing had happened. carry on the strike several This is about what Blaine has said to weeks. The operators however, conliudini and Rudini begins to see it that tinue their inroads on the strikers ranks and many more ovens were fired today. way himself. Evictions are going slowly on. ' Uniontowh, Pa, April 1G. Sheriff McCormick and his deputies clashed AS TOIS'FLATIOX. with the strikers at the Trotter works, near Connellsville this afternoon, and a riot ensued. He did not encounter any The proposition to coin silver, free resistance in evicting the tenants, until from restriction, or emit national bills so he came to the house of a Bolander The women of the as to make the ratio of currency to pop named Strousack, ulation equal to what it was twenty household seized a pan of boiling water and threw it in the omcer s lace. (J t hers years ago, is met by the cry of inflation. struck at them with whatever they could To begin with, an inflation that reach. The excitement meanwhile outside, and a crowd of two hunjust equals a preceding contraction is spread not inflation. And to fix and hold the dred strikers attacked the deputies with stones. McCormick withdrew amid a currency at a constant per capita ratio shower of stones, . is not inflation anyway. If the currency were say 830 per capita in 1870 Iana on the Races. and were to be raised agaia New York Tribune: "Have you noticed to and sum that sufficient any progress among the negroes?" coinage or bills were issued every year "I think they have improved im to just keep pace with the known in mensely. One great improvement is in crease of population, thai would be no the purification of the breed. They are inflation. To go beyond that ratio would getting blacker, an evidence that free dom produces purity." be inflation. "Will the negro catch up with the Even keeping up a fixed per capita whites in civilization and some day stand ratio of currency might be contraction on the same footing?" "iou must remember that the white because the rapid growth of wealtli and Aryan breed and have been commercial transactions in this country men are of engaged in political amelioration and in outrun the advance of population. tellectual pursuits lor more than 5,000 This easi'y shown. In 13G0 the prop- years. The negro, on the other hand, in these only a little erty of the country was valued at about has been engaged 125 a century over years. If you ex In 1890 it was about 16,000,000,000. pect them to acheive a degree of orog- four times that sum. gress in character and refinement in 125 In 1SG0 the population was about years when the whites have used 5,900 31,000,000 and in 1890 about twice that years to accomplish this, you wid be At the end of number. Or, the wealth multiplied four greatly disappointed. years he will be up to us in every times while the population multiplied thing. , TLW UTAH. tOEKKUL.. Tie QUITE A D1FFEREST TU1SG. THE COMMERCIAL. ailv aSk Mens' and Boys' Clothing, s in Thinking that we had embroideries, white goods and Swiss Houncings, we have gone through and Old Pennsylvania proposes to spend marked them down to a price that will " Pkesident Harrison is getting a very 1300,000 at the Columbian Exposition. surely sell them. I L. Clark A Sons oxdial reception in the South. The Pennsylvania is a thorougkbred. 2362 Washington avenue. P. S. We will sell you a nice Blaok eople down there may vote against him ut when he is their guest there's noth-- Hempstead Washburn seems to be th Cheviot jacket for 12.90. Other auali- next mayor of Chicago. i t:os at same ratio. partisan about them. Hilts. Caps, Furnishings, over-boug- A Pore Cream of Tartar Powder Superior to every other, known. ..Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky . Biscuit, Oriddle Cakes, Palatable and Wholesome. , S4o other baking powder does such work. nmuN 3GG Book Shoes, one-pric- e TWENTY-FOURT- H Etc., Just Received at mm The house, ST., Where all Goods are sold at Chicago Prices. "FINE TAILORING A SrECIALTY."' "