|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY. MAY 31. 1691. THE COMMERCIAL - OGDEN, it h.M . 0 ti.t-n1'Ht CoHri., iL OLOrrtX f ul fit.wy f Wi,trrfi.ii 2 UTAH. lros lie Uu-- t wok. AMtS IWJ' Sffciit f Jf 0f icfi. Cyoc fctii the bk:i-- f oJ of ti Opeas in this cay orii jj ieJ:e tint jrrVtKii a in th fa!l f row tLe city, inucb Thk ticts of r! jt-r- s HuLdri euh l hi bwru bib iu this eutoe th Ui.ty of hate tL? the artn le apptrtJ iiiii.y SISDAf. uruiu(ourtb - icurt Mvi. rrt. H ?1 MtY rscvtbl. it. : tiiurk. at lt. Wedijwlay. kkrtJ. ipie w-j- U! for of lJ fJgtMD. If rtii he hpint abJ.ergy . tJ ti Mr. fieiitfc'f C. SUir-Vtlf .Lg.LaT ! apprar at the l iraxsd ;n eoiistd aii. "A It.yal Pase" on Tuwlay Jiii-?2.Fulio are tL coiLiUjei.ti of N?oo York 6aiiWh!. - , C. M. OOERELL &iJ AMUSFMENTS. "jbti-b,ilt- It-- J ttjtkp'it-vi.'t- i feottij i,i to be pers: Jiub lat lh- - - World: New Y..rk wa-- j g by s attrj.1 U'.n te A oifc-rt- pa- IW li..yal at It? I'noj-- wa ott.tructd GRAND OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Evening, June The Favorite German Dialect Comedian. ! 2. lught. pun Thj Kt i no rein. why Odeij luay U display uiiu the slei.ar capabilities of Gx tVifl aJvairf. iu l iUr-iEubet&iitial t durmove on cot get s 6abrriia itmt. Lo has achirtcd C. ?tai-- , an actor the iii.tu-r- get the rep.rt UUt, t paid. ktid ing Jutie. uiucti sux3m- iu the It abusers fnotiiUhty Bjotitk. m to its Uelikrd iu tl rit j at H fut w:giutr iu purp to admirably -- its ibtetestiL-- The World's Greatest Lullaby Singer and Yodler, in his lnd All eominuorri. , if prai ticabi se that it i aud riiK MJMiiKKi iAL m;Limsj tu.. deaJ of t!k btry itud eci!ilig climates being Tut tK ha bet-u!J then be Successful Comedy, done, Hie waterfall appiaudod by the well tiled lM(4 ( III. l about adopting staU flowers - the Sun house. As Andra llonVr, Mi. Staiey iuroff eoribtant Jnur to the flower for Kansas for infelauc. What displayed marked ability, and won the t I Kutn.i t tLs l..t..f of Ogdeu, ai)J oi of thU fit l''v f'r tuatU au :"UJ- ! s iiiplhieti bud attei.ti iu of his audience uaiuiMii tliruuli b I'Uh's flower? shall i iu I'laiil vien tht from the start. U out Miuld ! uiitor8. joiiutwl Sun: Mr. Uvu. C Staiey, a CaLfor-uiAnv party that ei-- t to dodge givactor of tiaiiding, maite ins imit:xs m t:ioi: i m. .". ing silver a fair and square bhow text ain-- iu "A ICoyal Pass," last night at the Tilt: nt: a ttt: lit: in its sow. w iil get left. The people are iot Memor-iaPeople's Tiieitter. Mr. Staiey has a good Vtr.lay, O'den of this beautifull Were another great war to spring up year be misled by a gong or smudge. bta;e presence and an exivllent singicg to going citizen day. Every voi., which the action of the play with it would bring heroes aud genius to the him to use with frequent effect A Superb Company of Hayers, Picturesque Costumes. New city muht have felt hi heart throb Imve or would Who front. Pacific The I'uhiu It thought the Thk celebration. proved play is elroijg in incident, throughway and Catchy Songs. An livening of pride over the hen ; rant was buying were entertained iu Ogden was the way out, which runs a marked comedy veiu re guetl in not only that the city was wtiK-proves highly amusing. Kriitiineiil of h'ufe at ( ;.ileiia, that bis old army over to do business. That sort of hospitality KAKK KNMOYMKXT B.iiit to the patriotic Herald: The elory of "A lloyal Pus" man t this famous in mantled the and alive coat an dividends and is oi.e of much it. terect, and full of acgrandly the uccumihi, lut enterprise pas large save jsibly course of time. nation ever prodmt-tion. The eu.ot i.ijal is nicely shaded niterprisitig. Mr. Hakuv Uoel Parker. clever comedy. The drama is well Under the Management of was hpared. X busiutus Washington and Lincoln? How many Nu jriiw Mr. as Andreas worth Staiey allowed Ui interfere. susjiecttol that the modest little Irish were Uu fnt rains have made crop rerls HotTer,swing. Seats on Ral at the Uox demand a Sw is guide, was natural. JHs man would expand into the brilliant at Sioiiv Paul, St, Omaha, .Wither cure nor attention were humor aud his ami effective, t'hiago, singquiet In Ins momthat Phil Sheridan one of themoet Kble City and Kansas City very satisfactory. ing sweet and expressive. Nothing occurred tu mar :t tswt of liis time? Trade in Western cities is quiet but ents of dramatic force he evidenced the realized rfeclinn Every citien did actor. The truth is, there are heroes all hoeful and encouraging. Inn duty. The parade was splendid. meet we man Xature reminded to th heavy around us. Sum' quiet Letter Park l'uwliou. demand for (lowers. Everything paitMil every day would grow under the deMaoamk Hi.avatsky, founder of The Li lies, lake your children and go mands of great occasion to illustrious olT withahroad utul IiIhtuI woe as osophyism, smoked cigarettes. There is ourseUes to the afternoon ball or matiachievnients. well as careful attention to details park pavilion, to be given a grow ing suspicion that the Madam's nee at on Tues lay next by Professor Mason. This great republic lias millions of The day was a national holiday, ami w as a clever scheme iu the iu theology St rid ly tii st class and an enjoyable atf air. heroic men and women. No more suin till and PiluJMika t u. iil take charge t-- f jl - Hr4 1 o-t- et-t- C. STALE Y, g'J a cili-eii- mi. GKOHGE f vuan-U-ti- b IW'l'-u- - - 111 attrai-tiiM- a ap-a- e if ofi'w-ial- r I A KOYAL PASS J s '', CirAlJANTEK I). Ue-- d Ollie. cup-tain- map s lant-lil- over this nation, village city, who love the Union and revere n defenders, met to kIiow honor to its dead heroes. Hut we doubt if in nil this hriMid land, any city celehrated the day more appropriately, more li'oerally, more micceNhfully, or more grandly than citicim preme tent of courage and the higher qualities of human character ever has Iteen seen in modern times than is displayed by thousands of mothers who e liyht life's battle w ith untlin liing and overcome the most bitter discouragements of poverty, sickness, ier-ver- si ( Itfden. COXCF.liXlXd turn' THE KASTKItX t'it(H One rarely expects to lind in mercantile publications either literary merit or displays of w it Such piiMrs are devoted, as rule to terse business HtatemeiitH anil dry details. Hut occasionally an exception is found, us in the following atuiis-- i ntf article on the fruit crop prospects. It is taken from the circular issue.! Wythe ,1. K. Annuity company, grocery com mission merchants of Chicago: The news from the eastern fruit orchard is that the prospects are still good for a large crop. The next three weeks will the story, aud we w ill whether we are to have a peach crop East or not. We hnve faith hh it grain of mustard setHl, that Maryland and Delaware will come to the front in the peach season like an old fashioned camp meeting. From California, the news is mostly good. Hatch writes us, however, that the grasshop persare beginning to show themselves in alarming ijuantities, and there is a good deal of uneasiness being felt, especially Now we had among the vineyanlists. figured on the S'ellows, the Juno Drop, the Weevil, the Tomato Hug, the Coddling Moth, the Aphis, the Phyloxera, the foot rot, the small pox and the little troubles that the fruit crop has to go through in the teething period, but we must confess that we had left the gay and festive grasshopper out of our calculations, and if he is mean enough now to come in ami knock our liguring all into smithereens, he w ill get himself disliked. Prices have begun to le freely made on new fruits, and it looks now as though the Hrst prices would le the cheapest. know-positivel- few-othe- Mus. John L. Sii.i.inan is reported lo lie very zealousin Salvation Army work and her familiarity with Parson II. E. llowland of that sect has counsel Mrs. llowland to ask for n divorce in the court of Providence, K. I. The reports of the trial state that "'Mrs. Howland said that her husband was a good man until Mrs. Sullivan joined the church. Then he was in Mrs. Sullivan's company all the time. The parson told her that ho had met Mrs. Sullivan one day, and on the next he brought her home to live with him. Mrs. Howland said she couldn't stand that' and told her husband to send Mrs. Sullivan away. They went away together, ostensibly to visit Huston, and returned at 1 o'clock in the morning. Then Mrs. llowland gave the parson a lecture, and told him that it was a disgrace for a clergyman to go away with a prize fighter's wife, and accept a diamond ring from her. Several times, the witness said, she remonstrated with her husband about associating with Mrs. Sullivan, but it did no good." Mrs. Sullivan's penchant for the street evangelist would justify one in calling her a holy terror. y. Men and women are everywhere light ing life's conflict almost without hope of promotion or recognition and ara the apparently unrewarded heroes of the world. Hut, in fact, the manhood, nnd woman hood, the progress of education and virtue, the success of iriviliution, really rest uh in them. They are the stay of the present hoie of the future. No honest manor woman should lm slighted. We all should look upon them with higher appreciation. No one can tell who is a hero or the mother of one. It is generous to join in the applause of a known hero. It is heroic and magnanimous to recognize valor of which chance has never yet shown the genuine lustre. I! VI UHXU MUXVMKXTS. The Italians of Hoston are talking of erecting a monument to Columbus. Christopher does not need one now. lie wouid have appreciated it .'WO years ago. This post mortem glorification is much more complimentary to Columbus than to tho Italians. That men do not fully men until three to four recognize great hundred years after their death indicates that mankind generally is not properly appreciative and generous or that great men are several generations ahead of their age. After all, monuments are for little heroes. Aristotle, C;esar, Michael nnd Shakespeare, Washington Lincoln will need no monument. When their memory grows dim marble will crumble. Great monuments can not preserve the name of little men. The pyramids of Kgypt are the greatest products of human effort at Hut their purpose has for centuries been a mystery nnd the profound-es- t modern research leaves the object of And their erection in some doubt. even if it were known for whom they were erected civilization has so advanced that they would beconsideied more a proof of vain ostentation than valuable achievment. No monument can preserve a name in glory's glamour that does not represent true greatness the acts of a generous service to mankind, of unselfish patriotism. An-gel- Ik this county had coined silver at the present rate for twenty years it would have added but ?1,VS0,(XK),(XX) to the circulation, allowing nothing for exportation and loss by accident and fire. That rate would hardly keep the volume of currency up with the grow th of commercial transactions. t Withoi regard to the merits of party revenue systems let this one thing le reI.n in Kin weekly review of trade, U membered that this government is a (J Dunn A Co. say relative to the piece of business machinery of stupenof gold that the "continued outgo dous size and cost. Any course that of gold, in spite of rose colored assurwill embarrass its finances will prove to ances by eminent foreign bankers, has a be a dangerous mibfortune. depressing influence. Since May L'Oth. when exports were as large as at any It is learned that Dresden is governed other time, there have been hopes that by seventy five deputies and one chairthe movement would cease, but further man. One-hal- f of the number must be shipments May 'i'l are announced at property owners nnd one half non properly S'J,8U0.KK, making $7,i;Nl,(MHl for the owners. This divides the legislaweek, and dispatches state that III ssia tion between the rich and poor. This is draws ?"),(tK),(iiX more from Ijondim this quite an idea. week. Its purpose in this large accumulation is not explained, mid is therefore Any man who puts on extra airs bedistrusted. This country could spare cause ho is elected to a small office needs many millions yet, without serious dis- watching. It shows he is really small turbance, for the treasury now holds, in in calibre and won't stand much strain, excess of certificates, aUut twenty millie's as high up as he should be trusted. lions more than it held when specie payments were resumed, but the outgo 1'i aii has a tax payer qualification for has a strong tendency to depress mar- school elections. J'hiB iliMTiniinalion kets and prices. should go. ex-pa- tercets of fume and revenue. Admission, twenty live cents. GEO. A. CRAIG, PKOP, THK .KXT rillUIAUUON'ir. other things that Ogden can do well is to organize and manage a He a Henetit for the Fifth brilliant parade. Ogden knows how to It Will Ward. do almost everything well. It should The Philharmonic next concert to lie iron some on of its brilliancy display given by Prof. Nagel and his aides is to works. be for the benefit of the Fifth Ward L Manv men will be at home with their D. S.) and the proceeds are to be used Remember, I am the only Laundry man in Ogden ownfamilies today und can enjoy the weekly- to w ipe out it Hrtion of the indebtedinin erection ness of the incurred the ing and operating his own plant, best work and Prompt sociable with his wife und babies. No and amusement a large not to learned stitute, costly man who hts Delivery appreciate hall situated next to the meeting house. a wife and baby is more than half The is and a the deserving one, object civilized. enterlainmeiit as nil know will le of a high order. The proceeds should net Thk luxuriance with which fnes upwards of three hundred dollars. The hall is spacious and the acoustic propbloom in I'tah shows the climate is ex erties are such that the music and well ion. adapted to vegetal ceedingly singing w ill be heard to the liest possiWatch the piieis for The locust trees were floral phenomena ble advantage. last week. The blooms looked so pretty dates and further particulars. that some ltoys had to eat them, and The Novelty (o ( lose. their stomachs revolted. The Novelty theatre of this city closes for the summer season tomorrow night, UAU.UOAI) KKFLKIT10NS. This week until June ist, at to reoicn again Angu t 1. Manager Frank Monroe w ill leave w ith On this the Sabbath day, w hile Com w ife for hi Chicago w here they will som kk i m. readers are resting from their for awhile. The Oatley sisters sejourn n few words of railroad talk, cured engagements in San Francisco weekly toil, which if not directly promising, at least theatres and most of them will leave the betoken good things for Ogden in tho city during this week to bo absent until the next season commences here. Corner 24th and Grant. future will perhaps not be amiss. Headquarters for The management of the Novelty reports tliat the theatre has done a prosOn Friday a party of distinguished business during the season which Union Pacific officials were royally en- perous closed, and it is intended to tertained by Ogden citizens. In the lias just new open tho coming season w ith speeches, toasts and social chat many and attractive features. Themany theatre words encouraging in their tone were will be much improved and somewhat sHken. Ogden is of course the recog- remodeled. railroad center I'tah and and nized only Until Novelty reopens many the improvement of the great Union amusementthe seekets will niisR the favorPacific system means benefits redounding ites whose 2132 Wiishinirltm Avonno. appearance tn the Ixiards has to Ogden. a been for card the always drawing From the report yesterdav of the rehouse, and to those tho return of this ception tendered Messrs. Suinev Dillon, popular array of talent w ill be very gratS. 11. II. Clark, K. L. Loinax, Mr. Dickinson and others it was seen that those ifying. gentlemen are favorably impressed with THK HACKS l'OSTTONKD. this city and its facilities. It is believed Having purchased tlie putir Livpry and Transfer bnsiupss heretofore carriod on ly Mrasrs. that it will make good reading matter to to receive orders for on Martiu llro'a, we are continue this morning the reitort of the They Will Come Off all DOUHLE w hich lack of AND Ot'KKA AM) WKI'IMNO DRIVISfl 81N(JLK caused to RKiS, CARRIAdKS KO '!(!. June space reception be abridged yesterday. OF LADIK8' PARTI MOVING OR KS, CALIJNtt FURNITURK, BA(1(A(K rain of the Owing to the interference storm May rioth, after two heats had CARKIAtiKS WITH CARKFUL DRIVERS. At the banquet at Kiesel's Our Boarding and Feeding Department will be found Satisfactory in every respect the luscious I tah fruit fairly captivated leentiied, the races advertised were Mr. Dillon who scarce could bestow postponed until Wednesday, June 3d, at praise enough upon it. Mr. Kiesel '2 o'clock p. in. On that day no gate promised to send to Mr. Dillon a basket will be Come every24S2 Washington Avonne of choice fruit plucked from his own moneyand see tirst charged. class racing. body also to him and a send promised garden, Wasvivh Di;iviN(i Pai;k. potato raised in Utah. Side II. C. Coky, Sec. Hy O. A. FARM LEY, Sc. nnd Trens. O. P. 1IENDERSHOT, Manager. in from which it was talk was indulged learned that it is very probable that adSome Fine Music, ditional shops will be built by thel'nion Pacific company in Ogden. This morning at the Congregational church the Uev. A. G. Hailey will preach A drive down Twenty fifth street and a Haccalaureate sermon. For this occaalong Washington avenue and other sion the choir will be ngtimented hy business thoroughfares showed to the some fifteen select voices and an exdistinguished party the practical as well cellent musical program, including as the beautiful views of this citv.. Gounod's "Praise Ve the Father," will Tli wmliing 'i Fine (inule of be rendered under the direction of Prof. Tiiiiindry Work should give tm At the depot Mr. Dillon nnd Mr. K W. Kent. a trial. Special care takon w it.li inall invited the committeemen, Clark Tince Curtains, Flannels, cluding Mr. Farr, into their private cars, and after passing through into Mr. Woolen lilanket.s, Etc., Efe. Gould's car, in the spacious sitting room, Mayor Turner, in a neat little speech, bad1 the gentlemen farewell. Mr. Turner said: "Gentlemen, I have been with your company on its line for twenty-one ON years. I assisted in shoveling dirt and breaking rock in Weber canon. I have assisted in handling your freight and have been connected with the busi17:!- .Mil Street, Rear of Reed Hotel. TeleplMino ness houses of Ogden that have shipped large invoices of freight over your railroad. Our interest is your inte;-eand we are glad that you have leen with us and we hope to see y.:u again. F. II. Kin.'. X. V.. Pi eshaw. You 8oke today touchinglyof the lalx man and employes of your company. I I Having come up from the ranks myself, I appreciate your remarks, i nd as mayor of Ogden where many of voi r working-melive, I feel to thank you for those We are here at the center Both the method and results when sentiments. of your railroads and anything that you Syrup of Figs is taken; it ia pleasan do for us will redound to your own inand acta terests. We will expect you to do those and refreshing to the taste, things which are to your own interests pently yet promptly oil the Kidneys, to do, and in doing that we w ill appreci- Liver and i3ovels, cleanses tho sysate what you do and do many things for tem effectually, dispels colds, headAs mayor of the city of you in return. aches and fevers and cures habitual Ogden I am glad to have taken part in permanently. For sale constipation your welcome, and I now hid you good iil 50c and $1 bottles by all druggist'. bve." i l l r. n r i V;iwii iijit u v, tt','i. ih i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Mr. Dillon, at the close of the mayor's SAD fRANCISCO, CAL, speech, grasped his hand warmly and A Full Line of Metallics. Wood CasketH and (ViflinH on liand. lVotnpt fn roK. n.r. said: "Mayor, you have touched the tomsviuE. n. Attention to all orders. Embalming anil I'reparinn I Indies and key note." Shaking hands all around for Shipment n Speciality. the committee stepped otr the train nnd DIKS TKK TO M USK TllliOniH the special started off on the I'tah Cen- 1 J ' atl experienced jwrsnti, trivi it ami required. Letters i'j tral truck southward toward Salt Lake Uuoti reference Term? roniit v HMswei't-iiraonatle. Mn. A. Vn et. City. Tatter on Ai, Utf'ieii, A mom. Si Tdeohone 37 25th 107- Special Sale OF EMBROIDERIES T1IE BAZAAR, V ART NEEDLE WORK COKEY BRO'S MATERIALS. COMP'Y. & LIVERY & FEED STABLES Iiht V COI1KY BRO'S & COMPANY nine-poun- Ogden Steam Laundry Co. V LlRERAli DISCOUNT FAMILY WORK. st P RKS AW CO., o:vi3 ENJOYS Funeral Directors r'j . i & KmlKiInicrs, 'I'l-ii'- on y wiirri: ukakkivin ! thk iity.