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r y : OGDEN DAILY COMME8CIAL1 TliL'KSDAW JUKE 4. 1831. WOES OF THE COMMERCIAL UTAH. CG2EN, . mu Li d It preeet)n a ruiiLoa Um ttaa the d. 1:ruSt. ua tfiy x-- C0NTlXl"rD IfcM Fl-- Pit T t iflr pru nes oc. I it J Pertapa th fj3. BriUfcii Vt-rk- it-l- Vnh ' cr--r. " " , a eot-l-Je- OaUicrad ui U fit) t H ohiU i aMMttk. .f4 ir of l'l:lsuH:. cr-ii- b yt-ra- Surprise, tut unmisitvl ith iiiti.rftu tli" filiuuf many iiI.-tion. ill f if IK'.lfii thi UHTiiiut; as they U.t i net-afrom the mliulle ti'y j vt-f of nine of the ort Tl.tf sur.ri placed ithin i: walls. id indscuatioii will lift l thrr m-il- l tiifurtlifr fa. l tlmt t i" i lKt lilt first tllUt ttiltilll til ftilM) i there have Levi tit hrf t eur J.rrsel.t a t"t;d in it Unit sn mitkifi .rin.nifrs ho ha liuiutiii of conliiifiiit'iit t iikwuiit' off throvn bratha unoiiilinwl and im! riimnifli-- ' lh air of frdiii, wlulo I.iiiI.ick' vrr and plotting new crimes. thtir of this urtile I It is not thf entr into i1frijtive Jt'tailB of lh es with a view either tueensuro or extenuate. Hut it is the purie to say tlmt it in time thut a stop were put t the delivery of prisoners. If the fault ia in the carelessness and inetlicieney of the jailor, he should lie at once removed un a capable and efficient man put ia hi place. If the jail is not a guitnble build ing in which to confine prinonerR, it Bhould be promptly coiulenirts in part or wholly, and, an tliecane diMiiamltt, U repaired or repliured w ith a building; that in' hold prisoners. The city council has Un very delili- erate in ninny matters and douutlees to act with due caution. Hut iU uctioa in this mutter bhould be prompt and tleuinive. It is due to the ollkvr or ollicers moMt concerned that an iinined iale invent Ration Bhould be had, to the end that if no fault attaches he or they may at once be relieved from uudcKerved blame. And, on the other band, if in fault, that audi action may lie taken a the decree of netfloct or culpability may deserve. It requires no argument to wtablial the propofiition that for the worst cluss of criminals, a ioor jail is wore than no jail. The escape of prisoners not only emboldens them but their unarrested companions, and leads alike to a hearty contempt for law and authority and thereby causes an increase in crime. u rJ Iti! ai, tfhe ca, BEAD THIS ffl SAVE I0NEY. o W ESCAl'K n Sec our offer for this week never was there anything like it in Ogden. The h:a..l Ui here at turned French kid shoe in Ogden worth il.V at h rent h dongola hand turned shoe ...i at ?!... hand made r rent at e.- at I, met-tiii-g s hol Jirei-Uirs- , He saw clearly the enibjirassineiit and Every trade aud profession should at the tirst meeting of the committee on ever remember this fact that nothing education, by requestor the committee, made plain that in bis judgment Presiis made by oppressing any other class. dent Small ahould resign in the interests For the class that is roblied or reduced, of harmony and the good of the union growing weaK, becomes unable lo versity. The opposition to this augges by those who had elected Mr. Small contribute to the general progress and lion was determined. Later the bishop the common prosperity halts until the counseled that probably wrong is righted. And in this nation THE BEST WAT OIT the oppressed class, the farmers for in- of the difficulty was for the committee stance, turns Uhii those who have im- on education and the mission to approve properly thrived at its expense and com- the action of the five trustees in electing Mr. Small. Ihe whole matter was thor pels concessions that nearly even up discussed in the committee, and oughly things in the long run. on the conference flair and the following In the meantime the business of the was Anally adopted: That wo unanimously give country sustains a ehock that makes the our"ttesolred. hand and heart to President Small, average prosperity of those who thought assuring him that we shall supMirt him they were going to make swift strides to all we can by our money, influence and wealth and power, but moderate. faith for the success of the University." Although consenting to this adjustThe booms of cities is an illustration. ment and refusing from the tirst to last When towns go wild with inflation it to prejudice by any jfubTiciitterance, I seems that the most ultra, wide sweep beg the privilege here to state that it has ing schemes are getting everything but beem impossible for rue to have it is found that the man who kept up a EITHER KAITH OH HEAKT stroke tinn and all time in the the probenterprise since, last June. I steady ably lias the most when the lull conies. leave all mention of the prosecution of the project and the startling develop Constant, genuine growth is the best. ments of the closing to be reKrted There should be progress. The fight by the acting year president of the board of should be incessant. The benefits must directors, Uev. M. Nelson. I beg how be well distributed. If the few try to ever to inform the mission that, impelled a sense or duty, I gave through get it all their visions will collapse, the by Ninde to the board of bishops Bishop OiiKS streets need a general looking' many will fail to carry the load and will last .November a full history of the Uni are after. On South Washington there versity movement, similar to that here gradually force an equitable division. out large rocks, dropped from loaded wagons. That this is the inexorable course of submitted, and my fears ns to the come une auuitionni: l am not On all the streets and avenues through affairs the past prove and the tenden quite clear nsining to the course the mission which water mains have been laid and cies of the present demonstrate. ought to take in reference to to which mains connections huvo been steady, equitable progress is the THE PRESEST ENTERPRISE, made, surface irregularities remain ne only kind worth striving for because it but I am clear that Methodism will suf excavations of the the result is the anly kind that can be relied upon. fer a great loss and we shall be derelict leave The water company should in dutv if we do not plan wiBely and lay foundations of such an inin as good constreets securely the Tub paper of John P. Irish, the Alla- stitution the in this of learning before the thov were dition as Califomia, of San Francisco, has sus- mountain land as would prove a glory trenches were dug. It is probably the John was a "copperhead" in and a blessing to our divine Lord and pended. duty of the city ollieials to see that all Iowa, during the war and never recov future generations. May God give us parties who dig in the streets for any ered from that irreparable error in that wisdom to see the right and courage to do the right. purpose should repair the damages they state. He went to California to try to At the conclusion of Dr. Ihffs reuort mako. But the city itself should look recover the place his ambition pointed the effective elders of the district were aa such after other repairs, drainage, to but probably has not succeeded. A called as follows:- - J. D. Gillilan, John grade, obstructions, inequalities, cross man can not make any mistake against Tilfer, K. T. Smith, G. Murphy and L). T. Hedges. Their characters being ings, bridges and mud holes. public policy and civilization and recover passed they made verbal reports of their lost ground afterward. work. Once in awhile even ns noted a metro REPORT OP REV. JAYXE, P. E. The Pueblo Chieftain, one of the politan daily as the Chicago Herald cr ltev. Jayne then read Ins report as petrales an amusing Iliberniatiisni. It breeziest of Colorado newspapers, gets presiding elder of the Ogden district said ii a recent issue that neither gamb- emotionally earnest in the following: "A which includes northern Utah nnd part or Idaho. ling nor intemperance would be alloweti bill posting machine has been invented. REPORT OF KEY. NELSON P. E. in any form on the exposition grounds, Oh for the advent of a genius who will Rev. Martimas Nelson, presiding elder and added, "Nor will the men who get confer upon a suffering world the inesti- of the Scandinavian Missions of the terto alloweti become be concessions these mable boon of a bill paying machine." ritory, read his report, announcing that drunk." Such a statement reminds one his work also included part of Idaho. of the excitable traveller who said, It seems that England will settle the !Sotne or the statisticts were not com"Hould on conductor, there's a man seal fishery dispute by legislation for plete nnd the report was withheld for the present. alward you've left behind!" There was a lively tilt between Dr, bidding liritish seamen from taking seals n IJehring Sea. Blaine's bluff was not Iliffandllev. Nelson over the surpres- the mission chool at Grantville The people of Kansas City do not pro so windy as many opposition papers so sionof which was finally smiled down by the Mr. asserted. Maine to to seems have nny humbug christs flippantly pose bishop. around them. They do not propose to know his business very well. Announcements were rando of committee meetings for the afternoon and of allow the liockford Schweinfurth, to hold on the four years The brave woman explorer, Mrs. M. examinations fraud who calls himself Christ, to stay in which the young mincourse of in town. While such counteifeits some is making good progress isters muststudy before being admitted pass times get unnecessary notoriety by what to.vards the interior of Africa. She has to full membership in the conference. After singing tho Doxology the busithey term persecution, yet by severe has been heard from, and, so far is standness session was closed with the benedicmeasures many foolish people are often ing the climate and fatigue very well. tion by Bishop Andrews. Rived from giving money and support to AFTERNOON, EVENING, TODAY. As before remarked by The Com- them by such prompt measures as were afternoon was devoted to comThe MKKciAt, it Ogden could get a connection adopted in Kansas City. mittee meetings nnd n meeting of t he with the lake route roads it would be a trustees of the Utah University. Dr. reat advantage. The Pacific Short Iliff stated to a Commercial reporter In the account of the Memorial Day that the board had taken no decisive acLine may do the work. celebration published in our morning tion as yet regarding the trouble with Small, ns Mr. Small had not arcontemporary appears an undeserved The alleged disbanding of the peoples' Sam rived and there was no means of verifyremark reflecting on the members of the in Salt Lake City is not received ing the report that he would not be here. last council. The statement was to the party with expressions of confidence from all When asked if there was any announceeffect that for the tirst time the memment to be made in regard to the prosuartors. bers of the city council took part in the pects of the University, ho said the board not ready to make any positive stateof parade. Our informant, an Ji st thirty days to Independence Day, was ments ns yet, of the states that the city, predecessors Will Ogden celebrate? Rev. M. Nelson, superintendent of the the present council took a warm interScandinavian missions of the Methodist est in the celebration of the day and atchurch, preached in the evening at the CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE. Methodist church on the subject of Mistended in a body. sions. The service was well attended Diamonds and Watches, Jewelry. and was an able review of the mission The large and elegant jewelry stock of work not only in Utah but in other The Helena Journal states thut a street, will be lamia. The program of today includes n Steler, '270 Twenty-fiftcapital removal light is on in Missouri, on the next market temperance anuiversary in the evening Monday put It then gives 8th, at :.T0 o clock, and sold to May Hedalia being aspirant. the when addresses will be made by Dr. Iliff, that state the following dig in the ribs: ighest bidder for cash at auction. liev. Carr and others. "With a legislature that refused to Jome early and secure bargains. "God's blessing to mankind," pay W.V. llF.i.pificii, Mortgagee. make an appropriation for the World's thousands who have lieen cured by the "Take it before breakfast." Dr. Hen- - celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold Fair, one would think the capital might as well be abolished altogether." everywhere. ey's English Duiidcirou Tonic. de-Hir- God-favore- d ' CHEAPER GRADES from Reduced from Redix-efrom Redured from I ud ut-e- hand turned aho sold ever.- A e .hoe atrictlV patent tips sold regularly a si.7i hand sewed, t Cxv dongola, orimnai price $o.U at tU0. An all hand sewed t rench dongola sold regularly at $0.U at fl.uA, ptft il.i DONtJOLA fi.'nJ to 2.(0 2.75 3.1V tu to J.tVto 2J5T 2.", SENSE OXFORD TIES, OPERA STYLES. Tip, reduced from.? 1.7.J to $.'Vt 'I'll, reduced from. 2.1V to l..V Tii. reduced from. "Jiilto l.l't Tips reduced from . .'UJ to iLU. COMMON P.ltrnt Patent P.itent Patent A French dung..! a. .Id everywhere A trench dongola, uiiivt-r-sity- sut-efie- LADIES if o j auy time aituutt wh. Jy to itig the iitivfrity aud it to itg MiSpuru is iu iLtftU ia ric tLiiik they ea brt oooquvt Ireland IUiAuia, Iid,ca, Otto, New PtcneylvBia, New Jerst-r- CVWaJo a&J by dep pulting CLfijr&ia, reporting to th preeaJfiit of 1M1 lb 5tuaLoeJ the hoard from to tiaie. la AprJ 1 tu4 people in Irrl&fiJ-- la InI tLr were the UmrJ, tuade a full rrport of the that tLwe were work done, expressed la C,CSiZl. neceeeiary fund to meet oOl Rations f jr isVi.ia la lsTl there were 5,I11J1& foundation would there WA.t. Hsre is a f13mg lo "2."Tt ia forty years, boarly ia due time. The '3th of off of My I w rot nett, or oo pec cetit. a yew. the pretidtxit from California forty Hy ti. putative aud OMsd.tn n:l j just 4BipletJ, aa re hiia thatthefrom w ay seemed rW to encle in rtvl by lIraph, the population Laa pledges the building V,XT,S cnST.T J inter, profa'.leu to l,i'l,l(, or almoet 50 per cuL vided OgdeiT oiade good tier promise. . So tb people of Ireland June 1 iu .VI bjj attention was called to ;n continue to tit fruta their native ahores Associated Prefcs dispatch from Ogd-the election of llev. KuuHit-- l at nearly the rate of oue per cent, a year. announcing . W. Small president of the I'lah At thi rate there will not be an Irish June 12 I returned to Utah to lie man in Ireland in 50 years more. present at the closing eiercisea of the The Iribh are naturally a patriotic Suit Lake aeiuiuury and render fu Ii nation and this flight of the people ia an aseistar.ee to the university board as it to the annual might direct, arra;,'nuR'iit of Hrititdi misrule that per- - aeesioc. I learned from the miuutt-aft-- r uul or do ueiense wuaiever. 11 u one read at the f!it bo:rd my return that Mr. Small had been elect! of tl.e blackest chapters of hiitory. If this hegira continues the ebtatea of president, that only THE MM: FIVE the alien landlords w ill not be worth the aud that the trustees were present, taxes ere many years aud they'll be glud was hastily held on the platform meeting mto work to hire Irishmen their lands of the union uVut at Ogleu. 1 nls.i t Mterul of driving them uff with bayonets. learned fro.u other sources that tLreuof thut Ireland will in aoeeni myseir include.!, hut it is to be no notice of the meeting, and that ere long that will re- had gain two the biuhop in charge of the mission had lieve the evils of the preeent, namely, not been consulted. The annual meet Home Ilule and individual ownership of ing was held in Salt Luke t'dy Juno -- 7, the lands. Nothing else will cure theilU Bishop Ninde presiding. The missioi. was much agitated over the election of of that nation. The curse of anr coun Mr. Small and the hasty way it w:is try ia a laud aristocracy. brought about. ISishop Ninde gave the matter careful consideration. BISHOP SI.NDE OPIUSEIk THK WAV OF I'HOGIiESS. mi.'j LADIES! METHODIST MISSION'. lrLi.l't popul!je euttiuut ts fu KcgU& iczxx. a. rr ILElSD. TRENCH KID BRONZE OXFORD, "UV, now 13.00 Regular price. . . . TPtTirrrj nvtviprw ! Rett Hand Turned French Dongola OOZE CALF TOPS, made, reduced from t IJxl to JKJ.. Rtxluced from to fUM fi") ."UK) to 200 Rid need from 4.1V to 3.1V LADIES FINE DRESS SLIPPERS. Reduced from Ooze Calf, in colors to match costumes, plain and beaded Oxford Tics, MISSES' SHOES. The leader of School Shoes: Sole theo Ties, Toe Slipiera, in every style, leather tips, heel or spring heel, reduced ranging in price from (l.tvto Mut reguoffer them in this sale at from from fj.iv to fhttt. Will outwear any larly. We 5.75. ?2.V to The most elegant Bho two shoes in this city. made. Pebble (Joat Shoe at 1.00, worth Dress Shoe, in Dongola, reduced from FIXE SATIN SLIPPERS, ri.vtorjv. Drees Shoe, in French Dongola, reduced In all shades to match costumes, regular I from SUV to price $5.00, now selling at 1.50. THIRD STORE WEST OF POSTOFFE OX 24th STREET OlO 24th, sr. ft GOODRICH How to Succeed. This is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily aolve. Some fail because of oor health, others want of luck, but the majority from deticien grit want of nerve. They are nervous, irresolute, changeable, easily get the blues and "take the spirits down to keep the spirits up," thus wasting money time, opportunity and nerve force There is nothing like the Restorative Nervine, discovered by the great specialist, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, ns headache, tke blues, nervous prostration, slecplehsncsH, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, tit.i aud hysteria. Trial liottles ami the liook of testimonials free. II. A. Walker. wVlk. )I W 1 24th St. n WAV Lllff SHAM 1W, GEO. A. CRAIG, 137 2 3 3 1 Remember, I am the only Laundry man in Ogden owning and operating his own plant. Best work and Prompt Delivery Special Sale OF EMBROIDERIES Y2. l This week until June ist, at Ladiks: We arc closing our Spring Jackets at $2.50 each. Former prices $2.90 to $6. 1 1 igher priced jackets at same ratio. Yours anxious to please, I. L. Clark & Sons. lMrOHTAM1 TO EVERY AND THE BAZAAR, Corner 24th and Grant. M', WTO ART - NEEDLE CHILD IX HAH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, WOBK - MATERIALS. Throat Chronic Diseases and Deformities. Tlip old surjroou and examining physician of "Thi jii'l)itr Surgical Institute nit World of Kanisas City and San Francisco will visit Otfden auil liavc otlicca at the Hroom hoti'l. Fob. 2"i and ai. at ('lift ho iso, Salt Lake, Feb. 27 and 2, This will b a rare chanco for the people of Utah to consuh free wifh the oldty.t. and most successful California sjiecialist who has had nearly fifty years sj ecial practice, having graduated iu 14:I. Renu mher ttie otn doctor will visit. Vtah himself. Dr. Liebig & Co. of San Francisco are the only reliable sjiecialists from the large cities wiio visit UtAh quarterly, who treat all wasting and annoying chronic diseases of men, women aud chtldreu ami the only brace and deformity manufac turers who visit L'tah from San I rancisxnd Kansas City. X. C. Preehaw. n o EL a a F. II. King. PEESHAW Funeral Directors W rench-Sheldo- - Headquarters for & & CO., Embalmers, Vnshinjrton Avo,(Klpn. Toleiilione lir. A Full Line of Metallics, Wixxl Ciiskots and Coffins on hnnd. nnd Careful Atleution lo all orders. Embalming and Preparing for SShipment a Speciality. Prompt Uodies ONLY WHITE IIEAUSK IN TII11 CITY. M. F. STAFFORD. R.T. MILLER. T. HOOP n o n SADDLES & HARNESS, I c! ao n O O -- 1 c m (ft (f CO 00 Having purchased the large stock of Saddles, Harness, etc. belonging to the Ogden Saddle and Harness Manufacturing Company A t Grea 1 1R e du cti 01 1, 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, MILLER & CO.