|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|
OGDK.N THE COMMERCIAL. OSDEN, r. M. - - UTAH. Enm (CELfLL. WEDNESDlT. u. I,.. .uniuL fc.arfl. ulnvt. I V - ( FA ,ujJ l fcrtt f.ta r- - iJ.e. It i. kH L-- 1m- ill. lU'fcU ti0 MMtKUL. fhK us t it i. li.a. aauuifc. Mrl UfaLWiiMi t .. I lEutnrad I tl Purt.tfcat l"tb. - tL It ;rt - f.rf t j Ii lioki. mi t& -- l il t; i!rsr r J.tsry va. Svt -r , mA .t tkiB II it. uct Loif-ri- ti t-- put-Lol- Tlr BtIrJ i g'l . f B.fr 1 tbt iW4ii t-- 7: o.v ei;excf. d.-p- Mi" of the I'tall Tl. iii o the Methodist Kj..ciK.lCliur. ii its sretoi.iim ill ill W fit" tifclav. iiHiiiiieni-e of a repre-ijUtnIt ill le great religious dellolllilKitHUI. It Hill In ' a" eminent diiuie, prefided over liiahop Andreua, of Ne Vork. t timw of wore tiiiiii ordinary interest, re- w lating t iiiirt.ut church matters aul trge .rnrly interests will come the conference for adjudication an. I th In many loily Kill he oiii) of more lh.m usn.il inijiort of tli church it ance In the mteret-trepresents. The tneinljerij and other visitors of the conference will receive from nil cilieim a cordial welcome. It in nail! that om iinlim to U de cided relates ti "the completim if the I'niversity, the foundation of which liijKura Ukii) one of the most lieautiful and commanding sitoH in this city. It in Ui lie regretted, for the sake of all parties concerned, that anything has occurred to cloud its prospects, fl it the conference will prohalily deem the intercut, influence and good faith of the church pllged to the carrying on of the work, and will dmibtleiss authorize a renewed and vigorous policy leading to the early coin))eti.)i) of the University. s IXtlALLH ASP HEFCJIUCAXISM. tieri. Ih the denude Latum of capital by fuWEi: OF An of imii iiiteret-tin- hUrl apottla it should IXJXSCIEXCE. the to drive a criiuiiml to i a mer rice ir om-frwioi- i rtofiitlv iTurred in t'lifruia. raiichnian by the name of John .Sewald. living near Sutterville, came to a justice of the ace and made a eon fcshum that ho hint killed one w if att AtKika, MiimeMita, and another wife nt Wayne, Nebraska. The last murder oc curred in lvl. His HUiry was confirmed and Sewald is under arrmt at his owu request. At the time of his confession there w an nothing but the goatling of hit) con science to drive him to his punishment were pending No criminal ;igainst him; no officers of the law were on his track. He was nearly two thousand in ilits from the locality of his crime, and nearly seven years had eluiieed. Ioubtless, too, his life was a life of toil anil hard physical daily labor should nive been followed by nights of dream less sleep. Hut nothing availed to bring him almness. Neither lapse of lime, change of scene nor freedom from pursuit brought him a forgetfulness that would have been as heaven to him. His conscience pursued him more re lentlessly than detect ivoi. Memory was Neither moro accusing that courts. distance nor time effaced the terrible scenes of his crimes. Weariness would not bring rest, In the stillness of the night, horrible visions and fevered phantasies would awaken him from restless sleep and bathe his shivering body in the cold sweat of terrible fears. His nerves tortured him. Under the awful strain his mind became sensitive to vis ions that thrilled his racked system with terrors. In every white object he saw his murdered victims and in every dark object a reminder of his Crimea. All day he longed for night each night he longed for day. He was tired of life yet lid not dare to die. At last the burden became unbearable. Punishment, with its dreaded acessories of the gallows, coffin and grave, became a picture less tireto be feared than the crime-scene- s less memory painted on his overwrought brain. At last the Nemesis of Ins conscience Death is his drove him to confession. only relief and yet he dread death and the future bevond it. Shakespeare, the great delineator of human deeds and motives, was right when he said, "conscience doth make uwards of us all". A s No less an authority than Ex Senator trmiorr of Ingalla, late president the eenate, gives the following sound advice to the republican party, of which he is a lending and prominent iiiemlxr. It will be observed that the trend of hia advice is in line with the view bo often expressed by this paper as to the course necessary for both the great partie to take if they wish to retain their influence with the American peoplo namely, to adopt the reforms and urge the demands asked for by the masses. When a man who is an intense partisan, an eminent olitican and a great statesman, as Iugals is, says of his own party, as he does, that "The republicanism of the future must readjust itself to the changed conditions of American life, or it trill jM'iish," it is time for earnest reflection instead of senseless hurrahs. And when he says, "if we are to succeed we must deal with the issues of losliiy," he expresses one of the greatest truths in American politics. Here is what he says: The republican pirfy is confronted with great problems which threaten its supremacy. The American people are more concerned now about the present and the future than the past. They are considering the finances, commerce, wages, prices, immigration, sulTrage, unequal distribution of wealth, the unequal distribution of the burdens and benefits, and are indifferent to the dog THE LAKE ROUTE. mas and discipline. If we are to succeed we must deal with the issue) of toTun CoMMF.uriAT. has on a number of day as we dealt with shivery, secession and state sovereignty some thirty years occasions noted the growing importance ago. the lake route from Duluth and The republicanism of the future must Chicago to the Atlantic. The following condireadjust itself to the changed tion of American life, or it will perish. figures from the Kail way Age will prove I wish to save it from this fate by re- very suggestive in this connection: The lake routes have begun their an calling the spirit, the energy, the aggressive and patriotic force of its foil nil nual slaughter of eastbound rates, and ers to the campaign of lSi2. This will le waged upon economic and practical it is said that several of the lake and lil lines have announced a rate of 15 questions, and not upon memories or emotions. Those who have wandered cents to New York and 20 cents to Boscan be reclaimed by appeals to reason ton on sixth class freight,which includes and interest, and not by denunciation other western and products. This grain and ridicule. Harrison will be nominated bihI Cleveland will be his antagonist. is a reduction of 5 cents per hundred If we have courage and conscience it pounds from the previous lake and rail will lie an Austerlitz. If we dicker with rates and is 10 cents below the popular errors, compromise with unas well principled leaders and sneer at honest rate. As a result of this action, differences of judgment and opinion, it as of previous secret cutting, the will lie a Waterloo. eastbound freight business has dropped to small proportions, last week aggrega VOXCEJiXIXG SUA Eli C01XAGE. ting only about 40,000 tons. It will be fortunate if this decreasing in the volSenator Stewart has an article in the ume of business is not followed by a June Forum on the silver coinage ques- struggle to get what little there is at tion. It is full of earnest, practical good almost any rate. We make the folBe ise and interest. lowing extract: MEAXXESS OF EXVY. If silver had not been demonetized the use of both metals would have furWhen a man is succeeding one of the nished a reasonable supply of money and painful things he must pass through, if disarmed the advocates of paper fiat sensitive, is the opposition of envy. money, The demonetization of silver He'll meet it in surprising ways and in cut off half the supply, violated existing unexpected places. contracts, reduced values, and paralyzed No patriot who ever lived and did industry. Prosperity cannot be restored much for country and mankind failed to without an increased supply of money. run the gauntlet. Honesty is no deSilver must be used us money equally fense as the examples of Washington with gold, or the metalic bases must be and Lincoln will attest. abandoned. If silver is rejected, some The resentment of little egotists will form of fiat money must be invented, or spring at a man from surprising places history will repeat itself by a return to and with unlooked for alliar'-';- . Ti e Civilization cannot exist barbarism. pressure seems to lie to ho..l all men without money. back to the average, level. The addition to oit circulating meAnd so every man who goes into timo w hich free hiflier altitudes iinict be tried b fire. dium up to the pro HO pl'- ri '8 no OKuapn. coinage would have jiised could r. fodesty have exceeded $1,500,000. Such an fici.oii, worth no de.iu j. There's just one thing to do lie Bure dition would have been a great boon in the present stringency of the money voil are right, then go ahead. all-ra- il all-ra- y tL U i itt-r'j;- tLc tiiitjn a'juiit jj d.3c-rrt.- t A way TA Dot be over-Im.k- that men are meaiit 'l'I.e qtnn u.m li more li. mi ar'uaea at otice, ho Jewiutu Lo meu truitortl y are the than are the men alio manage the money T I'kok. Pkkkv, the distinguished fie of Williams college, has been reuHived from the chair of pilihr.il econonijr in that institution. He gut into a hot discussion with a inemiierof the school, booted his adversiiry out of doors, and for this exhibition of bad temper and ill balance had to go. trale advocate Out of the niont iinpoiUint interest of mankind is health. And yet there is scarcely anything about which there is so much waste, credulity and ignorance. More and more the principles of physiology aod hygiene are becoming nvog-nizeas a most essential part of the course in all public schools in the older etates. No school course should without full and thorough instruction in thiee stud ita. Lectures by competent physiciaos would be most valuable. 1 II. C Whkki.kb is formally announced as republican candidate for governor of Iowa. He was the farmers' candidate defeated by Hutchinson in the convention, who in turn waa beaten by Ikxes, the democratic nominee in the last election. The politicians snubbed the farmers in the convention and thy snubbed the politicians at the polls. The probability is that if iuWheehr will e lHHninntixl ind elmtei rik.i lai'L'e t injority, as he will be praa Ay the A'li ance candidate. - al-i- s Til STEAM LI'M par. GEO. A. CRAIG, PROP., kg au eh AMUStMENTS. "A liiijal IW Ijist Xinlit. The presentation last night at the lirainl of "A lioyal Pass" by Mr. Ceorge C Staley and company drew a fair house. The play is cast ir Russia and deals in the well knou n sevt ntiea of the car's government. The villain is an official of the government who seeks to compnss his ends by the ruin of one Ivan Zotoff. The plot is fqtoiled by the courage and shrewdness of the (ier-nifiguide, Andrew Hotter, ir Mr. Staley, assisted by the jealousies of a woman. The plot is full of dramatic interest and situations. The fun and a good deal of theatrical effect is supplied by Mr. Staley, whose impersonation of tfie simplicity of an honest German peasant was nearly perfectly artistic. Mr. Staley's accent is tine too, and altogether he well deserves the laurels he has won in the east. The suport was quite creditable, all characters being well represented. Remember, 1 am the only laundry man in Oden owning and operating his own plant. lJest work and Prompt Deliver)' Special Sale OF EMBROIDERIES This week until June 1st, at TIIE BAZAAR, Corner 24th and Grant. ART O. - Cure: Unless some unforseeu disaster occurs, there is reason to balieve that All lines of trade will be quickened into greater activity by the indiuationsot abundant harvests that are now foreshadowed in the very encouraging crop reports which continue to arrive from all parts of the country. Of course there may be local disappointments, but, in a country so extensive a:' ours, the general aggregate cm hariil be affected by isolated disaster. , Thk other railroad companies have charged the Canadian Pacific with being a pirate because it cut rates to get business. Uut a little more piracy of the same kind by roads this side of the line might better satisfy stockholders and people. The Canadian Pacific's net earnings for 1800 were S;,2:W,"00, and surplus was ?2,0."i.'?,0'i". Much of the road was built through a wilderness, and if it can earn profits by hauling at do-rates it looks as though other Pacil-'could do the same. The road earned! per cent profit over and above the gi eminent subsidy. see imminent danger to this nation iu the proposition of IE Cahensley to colonize foreign Catla in this country and have them mainti their native language, customs habits. This would bo perilous to republic could it be carried out, asi would transplant foreign institutions jio our shores in solid bodies, not bechanu d to American forms. But it is doubt) ul whether it can be carried out. Probably American Catholics would not favor tit. Bishop Ireland, of Minnesota, says tjie proposition grows out of the suspicion that the American hierarchy is Vry largely Irish and for that reason t'10 German-Catholicdo not get a far show. The Bishop denies that there 'is anything of consequence in this and few1 men in this country are bettor posted than he is. I. HHSDKKSHOT, Prof. Mason's Dance. Tho matinee danco nt the Pavilion yesterday, conducted by Prof. II. J. Hut in Mason, was not well attended. the evening there was nn average-sizeparty and general satisfaction with the music and management. One feature was particularly pleasing, especially to the ladies, nice ice cream and strawberries served at a side refreshment counter. WORK Mauatfor. - MATERIALS. O. A. PAKMLKY. Og'den Steam S. ami Tran. Laundry Co. Those wishing n Fine tirade of Laundry Work should give us a trial. Sjiecial care taken with Lace ('urtaiiiH, Flannels, Woolen LIBERAL DISCOUNT -2- Hlaiikt'ts, Ktc., Kte. ON FAMILY. MI1 Street, Rear of Iieeil llutnl. Ti lnplioiiB 173- N. C. Freshaw. THE PARK HACKS. WORK. .- Patronize the new Commercial, book bindery, where you can get ti s work iU Omaha and Lincoln prices. rat-clas- F. II. King. PEESHAW The Program of Saturday Will be Ollered today. The races that were to have taken place o Saturday and were postponed will be the attraction at Wasatch Driving park this afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. No gate money will be charged today. Kverybody welcome. & CO., Funeral Directors &Embalmers, FIVE POINTS NEWS. "Washington A.vo,OkUmi. Telephone llfi. W. 15. Wedell is selling a great deal of A Full Line of Metallica, Wood Caskets and Collins on hand. Prompt property at this place on the installand Careful Attention to all orders. Embalming and Preparing Hodies ment plan. for Shipment a Speciality. William Kedlield, of Aspen, Colo., has become a resident of Five Points in Zac Astell's house. Mr. lied field is a well known saloon man, and will open one in the stand formerly occupied by D. H. Dur. M. F. STAFFORD. II.. T. MILLEIv. P. HOOP The Lynne Mercantile company is kept busy these days selling and storiug away new goods that are daily arriving in large quantises. James Iverson sold six lots north of the military academy yesterday to 11. U. Shepherd, for which he received $825. Tho man who advertises is the man who ONLY WHITE IIKAliSK IN TIIK CITY. SADDLES & HARNESS, sells. Mr. J. Tierce left last evening for Kreckinridge, Colo., where he has been called to look after a rich gold and sild ver mine, m which he is a stockholder. The mine is a new discovery, and its promise is very rich. Mr. Pierce says ho will invest all tiie gold lie can find in Five Points realty. J. W. Dill, one of the most prominent contractors, met with a very expensive accident yesterday, while moving. Just north of the river bridge his horse, which is a spirited animal, took fright at the motor, upset everything and ran Across tho river bridge, making a complete w reck of a brand new oarriage, be--t idei injuring the horse to some extent. 1 Having purchased the large stock of Saddles,. Harness, etc. belonging to the Ogden Saddle and Harness Manufacturing Company one-thir- At Great Iloduction, We are prepared to name some very low prices. If you are looking for a bargain call and see us. All kinds of Repairing neatly done. STAFFORD. MIU.ER & CO. A. A. A. A Turbulent Senate. Bi k.nos Aykes, June 1. Reference to the recent uprising iu Cordoba caused a Hlorniy session of the senate yesterday. SiMior Alem. demanding discussion as to f he cause of the uprising, attacked the internal policy of the ministers and Jlcney to Loan! moved that governmental inquiry be inMonev to loan on D stituted. The motion for inquiry was Jewelry, etc. Unredeemed niedires for negatived. Financial uneasiness consale cheap. 201 and 2X!, Tweiity-liftSI tinues. There has been a run on some of the banks. DiiozoowiTZ Bros. Snecial Bargains IT. S. ! THIS WEEK. h Pr'cr. - leadquarters for n s Highest of all in Leavcnirj NEEDLE I ! The following hopeful prognostication appwui in the St. Louis Our IltnikrV Various papers r - 3. 169!. V. brf jt -t tLe para-gri;.- ii TLe artnW are alonjfet Here is th.rt, pitLy, iLtrr-utg- . otheaxwttr or We never rr.a.1 tLtir ol.toriils. Probably du. TWy ae fe otl-rr- s and proey eruaie aceumulatiotdi of word ih y.. a know. It tak a rat.de to asfeume Urge atoouLt of that otie can write well enough on eoai-bi.- h plane tliidgs, often of buiall iiupor-tai.o- v U marmi.t a wallowing aggrega-i- f tit of p!atitudr from half column to a column and a half in length. Hre k, perhaj, the model editorial or near to it F-subje t is treat ed u proportion to ituoortaace. There is al ay s reflection in the articles. When two hues will do, tao lines are used. The ediUirial of this' paper are one of itu brightest features and it is bright all over, a aper that bus a really editorial ige is generally gooj all over. Here's au ither style from New Vork. Few of the headed articles are over six inches long. Vet they contain the w hole ni:Jler aim neiiriy one or llieui will lie read. Life is too short for tailored leaders on trivial matters. Ulu? pi-- vJt-- t HjO-?- o.t ITOLIAL LEXOTJI tvietl-- i'.iuo rfJlc .u.Jra ittout - it Ou .yrt.i-ii- tL.Lr. oJ Irt it e'.ky a j poc- and j rot-- t I hub cLbi-- t U? ! circuLntti. tl a is It iuoufc vtnw-Jrl t bill tutity. Og t Y'li to .iLuiiLi be uo a pir nilb g iJ t 1. Tin is i aiuitjfl Liberty iuur thfca thit plmwJ oa tL Ir is eiifeed thkt tLe fcUikrr in the il.au ic euka regio&s Lm eutt the R'.u-burtJier in tl. eutidrJ Joliw. is not Lkh railroad r ,' per day in t w of tuisi iio in the wurll i.. t.h-If ILat m Iru lh effect will be iilue.1 J.ighef lluo our own, icj4 t). J auia- Peon Mii.nn d iliar, hi h ootiUio m little frit i iu tli Qurfe nlw thn tli can tu t th tiie I'uiUvl HUt. Th ooly Ir m plain d .llur ifalau is fkir'y in th vurU u tlt Miiiul be run by lh- hai. dis- !ain that ti.ey caa not W tovuoiulatiou f ji!vr buliioa now on Church I hit jKvuuiuUtiKO Dot tDc behind souie herftk-s- . th uirkft. thi prknj of fciHw, but rreadt must kwp up with the timf ' uiih r figlis dou the Ti of fell ootuiuudi- - Uie Listory of the pitt j- Unlit arJ in U citj at 74 wU i hj!1 ' All euainiafcirati.il in pHrr O) ppir- at fmf J 10 t-l- U k h -r J our ej.tii 1 K- t if t-t- -r frn- - V) it jr.VE... DULY COMME&UAL: IVKDS'ESDAY. JUKE Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. o nr riAiinAAT invninnniTnv A M I ll ll I i IX X 1J 11, ll) I I limM JJ I waer ABSOLUTELY PURE I i v I 1 VV Matters and Furnishers, UNDER liROOM HOTEL. r'