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0(2 DEN DAILY COMMERCIAL. 11H?RSDAY. APRIL TIIK COMMERCIAL. UTAH. OGDEN. . al- Enrit UKLU Af'klL .. IJilK?laI I I U1W1IL H IIS ruvi4Kl, al aaurid4, Mobi IVM t.--, ta . puB Interna m tl I' I .. uj, L ) h-- iwui by FINANCE hi AND CclMMEECE .l j at IS rU l- -r asjufetk tU Pua(tK tLvtond at Ot . ft I't-ah- . U. 4 slt-te- a; thUBABLE 1F.HCIT. For ftouut tiuia) it liiut ljr-- u fetiutJ by nullitritie oa tiuoooe that l'u tnLlurrt of tl.e (fuverinnri)l utulff the k(proiriituuii UittJo by tl.e last cun J tl.t jrolLle greeti woulJ largely Uetieit would I tliul h mec.um, mij tL rulC AJvi.'M. from W'abliiiiKton fchow that tat th jfu falling off rtpU l.il IiWivy npfoJitur liv to be nmtU on awouuut of .Liblk' nnioua. To add to the work autl .Ninety of treasury officials, wot. bonds bwxtine due in of Kf plumber. It i believad by many authorities on financial mutters that the treaaury Burplua will be largely depleted before the bonds mature. It is ponsible the government may even find it neeM aary to become a borrower before the 4'r neit Betviiin of wniifrefia rnt dere8td linuii-ciu- l During the condition it may be a sort of cold comfort to those who have difficulty in meeting payment to leiirn that even the I'd i ted State government, the lwt paymaster in this country, is in somewhat "Htraijhleied circumstanceH." It may l that this undesirable condition of affairs may not be without ita benetiU it may teacli the eastern niemljers of euiitfrwn, now under the dominion of the Holdouts of Wall street, that the demand of the Wept for mitre money is entitled to early and favorable consideration. THE SI HEM AS RAILWAY. im-eri- a Nineteen states have applied for payment under the direct tax refund 'aw passed by the last congress. The following ten have been paid: New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Indiana, Tennessee and North Carolina, the total amount so far amounting to nearly s5G,00,000. There are nine states whose applications are still pending, including Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire and West Virginia. Some of the states have not yet made application. One of the requirements of the act is the passage of an act by the legislature of the state applying for payment under the act accepting the amount in full of all claims against the government under law. The "early closing" question is being agitated in nearly all American cities and is about as v. ell carried out in Ogden as in any one of them. Now that it is being tried people find that closing stores at 7 o'clock causes them no particular inconvenience. Instead of keeping stores open until 9 and 10 o'clock at night, to consume lights and fuel for nothing beyond the accommodation of loafers, merchants and employes have the evenings at home or for outside work and associations. The early closing plan is recommended to cities that have not adopted it Merchants here keep about the former hours on Saturday evenings. The late Count von Moltke ca no of a family on his father's side that was ancient and aristocratic. But on his mother's side he sprung from the yeomeny. y Lu gto oj-e- a OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, al, UICK MEAL uasoi inc Stoves! e jtrily - tt-r.li- jf a d tl. MILES, STREVELL car-ka- & hAULUSIV S ULMER, ht UNDER BKOOM HOTEL - The czar of Russia has iaaued an ukae directing the condemnation of the land required for right of way and construct ion of the VladivoBtoek-Grhfs-rnjsection of the Siberian railway. The engineer in charge of construction and the workmen have left Odessa for Vladivostock where the work is to be commenced. This will lm one of the greatest and most iinortant railroad enterprises ever inaugurated, not only on account of its magnitude but because of its effect upon the civilization of Asia and the commerce of the world. The building of the line is seriously alarming China, which nation will probably build a line towards it in order to be able to mass troops on its frontiers in the event of the Russian road being used to convey the army of the c.ar for invason purposes. Th length of the road w ill he 4,810 miles and the cost will exceed sioo.aio.ooo. Readers of The Commkkciai. will remember an editorial headed the Ogden & Boh ring Straits railroad. In the light of present developments, a railroad through Alaska to make a western connection with the Siberian railroad and an eastern connection with'lines passing through this city, may be more practical and probable than visionary and imOne thing is certain a railprobable. road through Alaska is not an impossibility. the -. lis auitor.i uutiipatl, INDUCEMENTS. lle y ( EXTKA k-p- S.-M- rat 1891. 111 ojuaa in f.Ttuo by tSs Great a Uihdm ui tl eat of pttaaiit aLoLate In of in Muiltk. caa butuiwwt a rtyulu tjraJ Xj jo t).e WjjLj1 In order to advertise our Art Needle Work Depart-men- t Sr. TW I7'J L l.UUiWi YTa.Ui ai U.. t h Wl it li grumu u It hlA il brkJe 1 1 Stw Vk tje-awkrkrt s l sell at actual tost this week. aiid 10 tLe i-l V.ir luurau. Itum ly its Xh'Iwju dil l;u.a Lae a la iatj ot t Lte wtijxy. Aud Le 1VJ Cut-a-e. imMjtt rt4i tgoA. li Mdt jt l.t arc iu.pui f ruui tins ru tfcmds of IWl fflaiUfLU. KV pW lWt 21 i&t-- pSutii. ti ls-- r yard, Up. in tL bwia. 15 the male at. J Vi t th diu-o- . this linst .i 101L frlu f Llo?r x'i. NJk arnwo. pr g fur tlMr feiuaW the iv't t.irl SaUtib, t k- to i V pw j d. bra, a itL Uv BArkci Krurwl wrmnl ka, T - pw y f i. rai) THE XATIO.XAL l uHEIL ad !M5jjd piliiw .iiaiufi,c m that R.V tiuet rk-- nmei, Lapland ;th frr;Mul I . i bua Kupiikw apalrup. IT, Liie in Nor ay atJ Turbe least al Tt.e drumi-- J uf Iu!y that tU lniUl Whw-a- , rkl fur ttw-- r key there m &o tiieJ StAiLjl Lii-f- l tra.a, UbU (Mtm axJ eovers. tuiWt tliould pUCitJi th tori. States li Oxil up lujttiB. la Hutiary the auaie iuay iuarry New-- York Hoamr. fur imwUmj B.uuii rf, urk, plutli, mUu, frits, . be brfcie i.tt-tiatax of the V Iv&choJ Italian Lo years K , buULrr' ani to al H, tb MiLjerU iaf . April uiay outUm, fridrt; oruiut-LU,fUlueii m coil not if father . But tin th l rfcd'-rPrune g avnuiUK kti4 i. voufcge. t, that Gatta at Xw OrWa aaia calwJ Lis Mariur urbane, iiurf. arm. ntxty-a- j ia art umlia ork. .Sr our the luarnae is cucaRiorvJ trMjm-uork apruti guoJa. UiUm ; a,m mm i at.'rt ; tiar Nii up the fact that the go ernmnit at null and toiJ. W. t J. to La standuaual do power Wkahiotrtoa prH-a!;Amoug Uj ilaliat. the Bonds. ard m observed, being It for until aud 10 At more to punish tt. ciliz4ti of a arat Viw Toss, in J aL liunruttt kua than th state itself is willing to carry forIniroiaeo. tb-- -i a KhuovkI to Spain, Portugal aud (Jrm the I". s. I rwl"iK. il 13l WaLiujrtnu Avfnci. of a fetat are i out When tha limits are 11 aud IX L. tv i eu.H Uteid the uiust be da)t witii KM The eafilobai laws io SaitzerlanJ are l.lilmMll H UW t euuja vary from II to 'Jo for V. by state authority, ven though a fail- such that the ag fmeibc iu 12 H for aud to a. girls. f justice id ure to satisfy fore-ifNo female in Kogland can marry w ho luiLt Wl It war. has not pdtd her 12th year and the Copper. Ijtmd and Tin. TLi Nation coul J not make a treaty male must be at leaet 14. I a the United Kcw Toca. April l'oir. auuiual; UIf. Atru. 11.4. ; LMbi. tkBt; that woilJ require it to go iu to any States state laws reyulate marriage. U .t X'earlv ail of thui require the eoiim-ili, liu, bojl. Ik.ju. elate sol seize citiens thereof for of of when the man is Ices than 21 parents feaL eo.uiuitlad aainet the state etat and the woman under 11 M.1F.N FHOIjH K KXCHAMiE. utetveo thojft'li such o(f(i-- a might be ctUbidered au iutrusiou ojion the rights Set Ak'isc about the Alham-- in poli Prli e Hint Kuled ou Virions Pn- of a foreign power. tics, its force and etTect in the uext Yrxtrday. There is a good deal of unwise talk presidential campaign w ill deieud very Bufeiu n Vliaiif w a lii aiitl hUiut the danger there would be in al much on whether the old party plat- tj !t..lur UnpY tLaa lutual, uvutf to tle The Stove which lights same as your gas! lowing the National Government more forms and candidates are all for the fart tLt tlte umuU-r- s an- fiunl f.r The Stove which is the Best one for the people! WUrat tlx ui full. wtwkrf uruii. ii power in the etatea. Of course this gen East as usuaL The West does not atk a of i eeaxs pet uuIm4 The Stove which is the wonder of the age! eral authority to intrude upon munici- for legislation for itaelf as a section but wan iMtl.aul ilnliu Ki;a also fell off tuuf. (jroea The Stove which emits no smell, no smoke, no soot! should be carefully for a fair deal. pal regulations THavtubU4 ar lirtii tU dcnaod luiT aul LeuiuuK The Stove which is always ready for action! up u 17 guarded. But many people are abnor eax). Th : Fifty n uot fiiUowins aU was oraoabeaten Harbison he f this on Carter sensitive nM says The Stove which is safest and most improved! mally subject 3D cas IPeaM-1,110 Ilia, dr-The power of the government is not in the recent Chicago election by the The Stove w hich is so easily worked and so simple! urwa oiiinna. Folloain applet aud Kti an extraneous authority like that of the rabble. lie proposes to go out of poli- were the ruliu ijuotathtas : The Stove on which a meal is quickly cooked, tics in disgust It was different when Butter, beat I'tali, SG lb. ku ofTit buyer 1 C7.ar. It is simply all the states conced Is called "QUICK MEAL." t Miirttroia, ja ing the ri,'ht to oneanother to allow a Carter's eagle was Hying high with the CbeMie. beot t'laii, offe qiuiei oil iler 13 Call see the Stove in operation. and t'lali. r tw. oil rtl afUor I.UUl a little more general exercise of legal rabble behind him to inflate the wings. rjfim, bet 1 611 Applea, otTerei il US And I'ulaUMW, iota, power by the federal government .. !,tier luOiiffr'd buyer .. , To find gold or silver in rich abund Uiat government is but the common " New Cal.. per lb. off erej filler., ftj voice of the slates themselves. It is ance in this vicinity would contribute GKkX VEVUSTABLES. But to Ralili. quoted K A G KXT.S. 30 subject to theiu and its acts can be cor much to Ogden's prosperity. Ileet. r ll... .WH deore iron valuable utilize the very rected at any time by a majority of the U'4 ueiiuce, neai i lari, per una. uuota : : per lu. quoted u7'4 BOYLE BLOCK, OGDEN, UTAH. posits in a practical way is the best I'eaa, people. llry ouiona, ier lUotfered biiyerM..... Uti4j alL of oreeu 1U Oliiona, jer ilol.qiloieu And to allow the government larger thing ater creaa, iier doa. quoted IS ( facilities to carry out treaties with for t'al., er lb. quoted itilw, S3 A city that works on the united plan AiMtrairu ouerei seller, er Io.... ..... .. (C4 Ua First-clas- s eign nations is simply conceding a con er P. S. in lb., 02 Tin connection Turiii, quotel.. Shop No Chicago Carrot, barke) er htiudrfHi, quoted venience to the states that w ill enable is the one that succeeds. r lb, offered aeller, UI Eliuburb, beat I' till, Henry Wadman, Foreman. them to manage diplomatic relations or Minneapolis was ever made without caKEH rat'tTg. in the battle for S V) with foreign powers with greater facility constant cooperation Oraiurea, navels. bet offered aeller Urauk'ea, Nelliiiif, rivemiliw. offered seller 3 H progress. than at present auick 3 ft) mountain J uu per case It may not be necessary to take for The cotton crop just gathered in the Ivemimn, offero'l seller deied raiiT. mal action in this matter. The states southern states is the largest on record, Dried brat I'tali, offered buyer per apple, fMiiind (9 may not care to delegate the general exceeding the 8,000,000 bale mark, again Dried rVacbee, beat I'tali, offered buyer... 13 ? government any more j authority. over last year's crop of 718,000 bales. POILTBV. aswill be to "V" disposed , They generally Live eliickena, per dm offered buyer ...l.JT.gl 75 .i'-- U : It buyer sume that their courts are just and will It Beenia that the oneninir of Thirtieth lreaatt " Hr lb,OR offered AIM, punish infractions of their laws to the street, like the poor, will always be Wlieat, 50 to !SO0 rara.on track, Oif.len, ;' per ' " - V1'f :iL UB. bithhel offereil buyer satisfaction of alien residents. 70 Willi llw offered buyer 2 00 Oat, ier UP But it is an unwarrantable exhibition til ti if ('IioiihI barley, per 1U0 ottered oiler.... 165 Alfalfa ael, per In, offenni sellur 04 TO ALL OGDKX CITIZENS. of nervousness or dogmatism to say that FLOl'B. all the states could not safely concede a Flour, liili patOTit. offered seller 100...,! 2S A of a For Call Mcetinsr OguVu'g 2 UO Flour, atraiKbt, offered seller prerogative to servants who are subject Business Men. to removal at pleasure, under restricCom of To the memliers of the Chamber llemoved. tions that may be amended at will. merce and Citizens of Ogden: V. II. Marsh has removed his galvanThe present limitations between fed Gknti.kmen Pursuant to requests of ized iron cornice works to 419, 4"J1, 4U3 eral and state authority may not be the street. the board of directors or the Chamler Twenty-thirmost convenient that could be devised. of Commerce and a meeting of the busi If not, thoy should be revised. And ness men recently held, I hereby call n Notice. there need be no menace to civil liberty public meeting for Friday, May 1st, at 8 All persons indebted to the firm of p. m., to be held at the city hall at which Carlson & Kaufman in the revision. (Chicago Cash time and place the citizens of Ogden are are hereby notified that aa assigattend. to and invited urged cordially nee of said firm, all accounts, notes and Matters of vital importance to our city debts due said THE TIME TO MARRY. firm are in my hands for will be discussed and action taken. and you are hereby notified to collection, of to views the have the We desire call and settle same at once. Many persons are very positive that a taxpayers and all classes of people freely C. II. Kino, Assignee. man not should earlier "on young marry the important question of pavgiven .'10 than '25 to years of age and a young ing portions of Washington, Grant, LinThink of buying your boy a nice coln and Wall avenues, and Twenty-fourtwoman not sooner than 23 to 25. with a plaid satinett suit for $1.8o or a nice Twenty-liftand streets, Many others favor marriage for young view of obtaining estimates of the cost cotton worsted suit for $2.00 a cassimere men at the ages of from 20 to 25 and of and devising the best methods of raising suit at 93.1)0 or an all wool suit at Io young women from 18 to 23. Very few funds therefor, and bringing the matter to $ti.50. It will be to your benefit as Council for men and women of experience in life to the attention of the City Yours as it may deem proper and well as ours to investigate. would advocate matrimony at earlier such actionin the premises. There will anxious to please. expedient I. L. Clark Sl Sons. ages. also be discussed the question of proThis question is like many others it moting and devising plans to induce for the construction Many and procure capital railroad depends upon circumstances. of iron foundries, shops, other in mature mind more men are young railroads, slaughter yards and other imand body at 20 than others are-a-t 25. portant questions for the benefit of manSome have a greater degree of business ufacturing and commercial interests of and its inhabitants. Great discipline at IS than others possess at.TO. our city things are in store for us in the near The same is true of young women. future and it is fitting Important and Marriage is a queeliun of varying con- proper that they be thoroughly disditions like many other things. No cussed and ventilated, and the best posrigid rule can be adopted. But, in gen- sible means adopted to accomplish them. eral, men and women should become The members of the City Council and physically mature before contracting business ran are especially invited, with alliances. Not to do this is a grave a view of working in harmony and in mistake and tends to physical and making our work as effective as possible. is no time to discuss discourageAnd both sexes This moral degeneracy. a ment on the part of any of Ogden's should refrain from choosing a life comThe almost immediate future of panion until they can use their judg- Ogden is brighter today than it has ever ment in making the choice instead of been before. Many gigantic enterprises of a tangible and beneficial character juvenile passion or visionary sentiment- await our encouragement and support. ality. Of course mature age is more Men of Ogden, do not lapse into inlikely to be judicious than childish action, but let us girdle about ourthe armor of business enterprise youth, but it does not follow that older selves and with proper efforts on our part we A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. wise because are socially persons they shall make of Ogden, with its many fold Superior to every other known. are advanced in years. That de- advantages, ihe brighest and most Used in Millions of Homes pends upon temperament, education pleasant place for habitation and busi40 Years the Standard. and opportunity. Like everything else, ness in all the great and growing west. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky D. Evans. Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable these matters depend very much on President Chamber of Commerce. and Wholesome. what the persons themselves are. E. A. McDaniel, Secretary. Sfo other baking powder does such work. Some one has gathered up some statistics on the legal marriageble ages of different nations. Those ngos, it should be remembered, are the lowest ! at which marriage will be allowed and will be it is presumed that most persons older. The statistics are as follows: At the ages of 10 or even 9 years girls To appreciate that wise saying you want to Call are allowed to marry in Arabia, British and Examine the Immense Assortment of India, Persia, Siam and Burmah, and in many instances the males are not much their seniors. A Bavarian female may marry between the ages of 12 and 15 but the males may not legally do so until they are from 14 to 18 years old. The girls may wed at the age of 14, but the marriageable Hats, Caps, Furn'siiinjs, Boots, Shoes, Etc., Just Received at The age for men is 21 years. In Austria bride asd groom must have reached the age of 14 years, but the parent's consent is absolutely neces5 sary. Danish males and females must be respectively 20 and 10 befoie marriage is allowed. With the French the minimum 3GG TWENTY-F0U11T- H age for the former is 18 and 14 for the Remember,-- ! am the only Laundrv man in Oo-dplatter. all Where Goods sold are Prices. at Chicago "FINE ing and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt In Finland an imperial decree must be TAILORING A SI ECIALTY." obtained if a couple desires to be niar- Delivery . cl 1Mi ! tL aw'e riJ hetiidjr Ujthe euta lali. rrcLl Ao i.rt.L. i of SO, And from her he got his ir "Wednesday, April 29th. ATTERBUUY, DOBSON. & CO. d Oro-cery- ), iilatct Co. nip Will interest you if you are on the buy. h h Garden Tools and Handles SPECIALTY. . J. P. BURTON, MANAGER, A. citi-zen- ECONOMY IS WEALTH Mens' and Boys' Clothing, m W Steal La GEO. A. CEAI6, 37 PDTMAN ONErl'RICE CLOTHING HOUSE, ST., 251 St PEOR, Mir n nm.