|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OGDEN DULY COMMERCIAL, WEDNESDAY. JUKE 17. 1891. THE COMMERCIAL. - CGDCN, ( UTAH. tatoa M. COfcRfcXL. tEI-- ESU ivuax, f. . II IIHIU PcUtCM Ctk at KwM. 1mmm 4. M ckMfi(Qa M. aaaetfc. east ui tta eitf at liuianl ftaAium to .I .tuiB.er.lr?.! a!;ltoa 4X. fH t i in Ht VPrOSSU TO OLD PARTY 11X23. Lo ara anxkxia to The ireetleuMta taLliah o!4 Jrty lioea in th Territory (ft I'Uh are wioountering epveral point of opposition. Aaioritf these point may be mentioned the aetioo of th liberal territorial com mittee which recently ieaued an addreta to the Gentile people of the territory tiritin them to tight the political battle aa Liberal and not divide upon the old t arty hues. The aatue action waa taken by the Republican territorial committee, which to remain inside uivea all Itepuulit-aof the Liberal party. A ma meeting of Democrat waa recently held in Salt Lake City which repudiated the opposite action of another Democratic meeting, and counseled all democrata to remain in and work with the Liberal party. Another point of opposition waa the action taken by the Methodist conference of this territory which paased resolution to the effect that In iU judgment the time bad not yet arrived to divide on the old party line. Quoth the Park City Miner: The Salt Lake Herald auggeata that Park City ought to be a (food point for a lively democratic club. There can be no doubt about that; but when the club ia organized here the liberal party will Lave been declared non tut and the balance of the territory turned over to national politics. The men of Park C'ty, democrats and republicans, are solid to the core, and when tbey ally themselves with what were their chosen parties in the states, they will do honor to both themselves and their parties by working unflinchingly for the success of the latter. At , present liberalism is looked upon as a live real live issue oy tne citizens of Park City, and when the lib eral gong ia sounded tbey will do as they always have done in the past turn out en masse and roll up the largest liberal majority of any county a the territory, Tub third party insists upon Wt JS. Q AMUSEMENTS. Or UAIXE. took lie St bold policy ia t-b- u portfolio ax.4 adopted deadiEf with Etglard fustic to tie was a toad Bvkri&g S djapute, chonii of rtdicui front not only 6ar5j very democrat; paper 10 iLm naiioa. but fro froaa republic B pa Mrs. be practieusf a Tty ebarged tintwould are lut- - Lave to bluff gitt.e and from the fcuouliatiEX broad eial&s b bade oa BriUi. Hj vjaroui policy a compared to L.4 craj.l with tbat of Bayard, wtkh m fuU of eooaeaaioa u3 ooecUiaUoa. But Mr. BlaiM kept quietly on eouraa b bad adopted, lad now e tb time at least, coo glaiid hat, all be baa claimed and without end any ar or interruption of pointful rela tions between the nation. And User can not I a doubt that the general regard for Mr. Blaine ia greater to England than it pould poaaiUy be fur a man of lea oourw and ability. It i certain that not only England but all other nations respect this power mora because of its dignified self aeserUon than they would because of a contrary course. Blaine belongs to the list of statcainea which havs towered head and shoulders above all man of their time, such as Franklin, Hamilton, Jefferson, Wabater and Clay. Such men are the very la nation's greatness and spirstion of should be, but seldom are, appreciated by their times. They are bowled down by the jealousy or stupidity of the little men of their era who have not the oa pacity to understand them nor the mngto try. nanitnity But the people should not be slow to get the benefit of th services of suoh men, for thry are the spirits who interpret the greatness of a nation and guard iU institutions with their sagacity and surpassing powers. Fortunately ciroumstances have en abled Mr. Blaine to show that he is one of the greatest statesmen and patriots and com of the ages, and bis prehensive acts have silenoed all of the horde of little carpers who have shrunk away because of a consciousness of their inferiority. The congress, coinmer cial reciprocity, the Behricg Sea adjust' tnent, and the easy defeat of the Italian ministry all stamp Mr. Blaine as the commanding figure of his tune, a gen eral benefactor of mankind and worthy the admiration of all citizens of the Great Republic, without regard to party thr rt.t aska tti g n omnatiou. Tint worst thing yet perpetrated on Russell Harrison' emanates from the Olobe Democrat. That paper says Pres ident Harrison has great cause to con gratulate himself that Russell was not the "born twin a." one of the plan," planks of its platform, for the campaign of 1892. That "plau" is simply a scheme to require the government of the United States to loan money on cotton and wheat stored in warehouses umil the price goes up. In other words, one class of men will demand that all other clashes shall help them corner the market for their own benefit. Will the other fellows swallow that plan f It is here and now predicted that that plank will kill the third or any other party that tries to work it. Wait and see. "Sub-Treasur- y BLAIXE in The Third party managers have decided that their show fchall not combine with any other party. General Weaver has tried the fusion business and found out that with fusion he very soon was not in it Besides, if he goes it alone and makes a pretty lively showing next year he can dicker for a larger stake than he can now, backed up only by an undefined political strength. The general is pretty cute, but nothing goes with him that he is not at the head of. Thb people of Ogden have taken hold of the Utah University enterprise with Ogden's characteristic energy, and some gentlemen in the adjacent towns who have washed their hands of this scheme with Pecksniffian goodness will find that their nod is not at all necessary to permit the world to go round at least not in Ogden. They'll understand the fighting weight of this town better in about 90 days. It seems that the City Cemetery is still open for business. Do the property owners around that sepulchral resort think its presence makes them any money? Do they desire it to remain as a promoter of health? Is is not about time that that enterprise were forever closed? It must go when? Why not now? It costs something to get new ground. True. But when will new ground be cheaper? The New Orleans tragedy has united the people of this country in a remarkable degree in favor of stopping the im. Mrs. Pkkry accompanied her husband, Lieutenant Peery, who is in command of a north pole expedition. She is the first white woman that ever started on an exploring expedition to the frigid zone. Anulomaniac "sassiety" in this coun try should adopt baccarat immediately, So English, you know and to popular with the aristocracy and II. R. II. the Prince of Wales. Modern Advertisements. matter of common observation that a business man who does not advertise is likely soon to be a man without any businessjworth advertising. He is like a merchant who has no sign over his door and Bits dreaming behind his coun ter, as full of visions as Mahomet the Lazy in the ''Arabian Nights," who s iw the walls or the (Jaliph s palace bowing to him, while all the time he waa as poor asamosque mouse. The enterprising business man alwais advertises, and sometimes his advertisements of what he wants and what he has to sell are very amusing as waa that of the t'ut-naHouse last Saturday Clothing when fifty straw hats were thrown off the roof into the streets below among a vast throng of men and boys who were attracted there from a previous announcement in the columns of The Commercial These gentleman undoubtedly understand their business, and, diverting as their advertisements are, tbey teach, or should teach, a good lesson to all men of business. If you have anything for sale, or want any- thing, you should advertise, especially in Tag Commercial. It is a Real Estate Transfers. Real estate transfers furnished by the Hendershot Abstract office. 2414 Washington avenue for June 16, 1891: S. J. Burt to T. V. Butler, part of block 2, West Ogden add., r250. J. H. Meinhardb to A. L. Parker, part of block 17, University Place add., $2000. C. P. R. R. Co. to P. C. Stephenson, part of section 35, township 7, range 2 west, 1220. A. Larsen to J. Bachman, part of section 35, township 7, range 1 east, $10. E. B. Faulker to J. Bachman, part of section 35, township 7, range 1 west, $50. K. B. Fuller to J. Bachman, part of section 35, township 7, range 1 west, $1. J. T. Mcintosh to P. Beus, part of section 4, township 5, range 1 west, $5,000. Total, $7,534. A TU fccii-L- rci coo to Ogi bat Lbly icioraad tbaa Mr. Frank Sacger's Broadway tteatre eoav cf pacy preMrf.t.r-a-' Mr. Bart is axaouceel at lb Vora.. Mr Bart Graod ova hutae WvJaaaday night, draa..tu-tiu- a June Kin. Mr. BartK i of lb eottJ by tb sag taua b tb author thereof, cd all who bat read Mr. Grater's interasu&f story of tl CXi.a Vendetta ill b (lad of a Few attraction og tbe it stag repro-port unity to w itt. uet iOfl. Tn &an Francisco Call jmk aa folio a of lt piav; Burton. It Barwaof New york is of eoura lb central Cguraof It drama, and thcUaraftiroB Ui etg a even tor l.bnraHy AmerUmnUxwi tbaa in, taiuat with tbudi-eooeUj uoveL Th buvever, and mt far a it gom a lh pier punt gained. All tb act offourth and the have strikiug feature fifth bring iually virtJ with th rest. Amid tli lurid fire of t'orwuaa vengeance the milder light uf tb kv in tenet hin ldily between Marina I'Jjli and tJwin tWard Anetruther.lh but avenger and her proposed both in ignorance uf their relaUv positions. Th) denouement in the bridal apartment at Danella'a Villa is well managed. ThCorican element, rprsntHl bv Count Muaso Daiwlla (Mr. Klieridan 'Block ) and Toiuanso la bliilhirtv follower of th venheld well in hand, o detta tradition that the play is fairly balanced. Care is taken throughout to show thesupxrior-itof Auieriwin courage and tact under all circumstance. d Of vk-Ui- lirauo Mo-oal- dt 1 y SttiouJ Erest. of U tfortd city avreBy Fair m yaajc oi jj t ttlj cs. bat ttatur rv Twelve Art kat-fe- . Th Itffaritf r air,atinj of lb tlad-d- r, trx dbt dpu:t or tutm is u baadder, or ia fat axy drauvc.t of or bwcmu it Vui reaJy tieoeft tLi cataoa a iitb a tb kai&y uncry orgautTa&JIf it u djKwvary of tb KaeLuraUv do eot j nt by wat La Dr. Fraikiia Mjs at doubtful Tl at ajrud oa worttlea buioMeui asd won saoavay just what tt Ammntm paoi aal to puactara, but aUik at U. at of IL rr aa. f ijar I Jisaaiin t oau by im&g U. f ruart of d inn , betiiactMt n wm. ii sooa rMwda, LL omU.i1 Ure-gLwuraia, arou db3ity, duoM, KtdlMjr PlaatBt to Ui. f e, a,- of auibd etc It t tik a purWy vegvLaU. !SaUfat.-tii'ry Trial botU and tm bout t eiar. ""' " If ti ilaart r nn ut. wiSM l'tTiiOrini, tr at H. Wuri It ia warrutad to "Nervou aavd id SOVS3 A tOCB. laraaai WEDNESDAY tti Pb I. C. Si. E. A. f L'. 8. Stands for Iataroatiosai Ooaraotioa National Educational Aaauciatioe of lh L'niWd wiiicti will meet at Taroo-to- , Canada, July It lb to 17 to. For tbi occasion tb Untoa Pacilta will sell tickou from all coupon atatioo toToron-to- . at oo far for lit round trip. Plus $1") aieaibership te. S that four ticketa md via th Union PaciQa. Call on or writ to m for particular. Q. . Com, Agent Union Pacific BytMD. btts O. K- - Coup(-ousn- 1 THE LITTLE F. W. Sanger. Broadway Theatre N. Y. The original company and Scenic Effects. In our Shoe Department our customers because they know that our shoes are the best goods made in this country and when they can buy the best for the same price that inferior goods are selling why should they not be pleased ? will please a trreat manv of Trmptatlou." J A UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF REDUCTIONS Arrmaiar. COMEDY-DRAM- of New York. S. J. BURT ft Today. 7. IL L21LSil HJHiiUdI'warta.Doaaoii Co. JUNE 17,. 1891 Mr. Barnes kiB Oo aliirt Vic, Sic, ! Kinjin b MGHl A. C. GUNTER'S GREAT to Pmblo aJtd A. Only tira. me To UtoM daaviring to attowl tb epa-la- g or Boorpbio at tb Cuioraoo MiMral Pmlao at opiiiB, dgroua drugs. July , tbaVaioa Faa&s will Utt It '.i tod ticket at o& far for tb round U pUeia joat ordar (or lot tb! tr.aoa July iat aed 11 Ticket good eaaoci, t iur your saa la liatd wiU to mora until and laciudkg July lb Mouoiaia Spricgs lo eoavpasv, a tb GrJStn eomBkocly poi lo to U. tfcotly apriaga o.ty. W to b it guaraet & BROS. pur, ciar tud fr from aiav, OSkm U Coaanavui. buiid-in- g iK4 Waabjtcgtoa avacu' rtm GKAKD OPERA HOUSE u la. T. means Oregon Kidney Tsav Kotieo to Mod Cotters. Keep away from Detroit, Mich., during Concerning the "second edition" of Wm. J. tliloiore's sxxitaole "The Twelve strike. Temptations," which will be presented at the Grand on Friday evening, June Our Clothing 10th. an exchauifesaya: "Th main sue cees of The Twelve Temptations' will waa not bought unhesitatingly be asoriued to th elaborate scenery, of which more is carried for Dudes, Ah, than by any other attraction on th road. Not only in quantity but in quality does And may notb this show surpass all others traveling. Some of the scenes are equal to prize Stlylish, Ah, paintings, and after looking at the enbeto knows where tire aray one hardly But w guaranstow the preference. The artista were Mesnrs. H. L Reid, Cbas. S. Uetz and tee you better Uar ley Merry, and Homer Etnens, all eminent in their lines of sUge illustrafit. nicer pattern tions. Mr. Merry displays his genius in the first and second acts, having aa his Smoother made subjects 'The Council Chamber of liorens.' 'The Village of Wulna by the garment for Sea.' The Baronial Hall of Wurldburg' and 'The Deck of the Odin.' In the third the same money act Mr. Getz treata 'The Heart of the Frigid Zona' The Golden Bowers of than any house Zero.' The Exterior of Zoro's Abode.' The Cavern of t he Green Dragon' and in th City ."The The Golden Galley of the Sun Queen.' Mr. Reid devotes his brunh in the p roof of th fourth act to The Jeweled Terrace.' "The Baronial Hall," and "The Interior pudding is in of Wurldburg Abliey," while Homer Emens givp us "The Palace of Terra the eating." In Cotta," which surpasses anything in the scenio line ever Been here, and which is vestigate and let quality and srios talk the par excellence of all the soenio vestures. The final scene, a transformaYoura Truly, I. L Clam A Sons. tion to the "Home of the Sun Queen," is by Mr. Merry." Those several repreA. MoCAUSLAND, sentations are not merely scenes, but they are pictures of musical splendor. DENTIST. As they were successively shown Inst Oflic np stair or PunM m Hurdwftrf night, people whose expectations had extractad without pain. been raised to the highest point were Store. Teetb rtitaiitwi. Ditticult eaaas of artiticiti leolutoly dae with the magnificence tnth ulioitotl. 8a tuf action and grandeur of the theme and its treatment. The spectator knows that GO TO be is looking at 'painted ships upon a neverconcede but he must painted sea,' theless that the illusion is perfect, and BROOM that the canvas glows with genius sublime. The changes, transformations and AFOR general scenic effects are admirable, and are managed with tine precision. This portion of the show presents all the charms of coloring, tone, harmony and elaboration to be found in an art galor a Cup of Coffee like your lery, and in su 808 the success of the specMother makes. if not did even it tacle, possess other and valuable accessories." 'The Ut Fro Laird Schober ililchells OPERA HOUSE! GKA1TD PISTE JSTIQHT OjNXiY I Friday, June 19 THE SECOND EDITION OF WM. J. GILMOHE'S Ladies Shoes will sell at the following reductions for this week. 0tlMl Glorious Ballet Spectacle, The ' )uality reduced to $2 50 Quality reduced to w.wu 3 50 ... hinK... vuaiiiy reuuecu to 4.50 1 1 & 12 TEMPTATIONS 12 tttt CHAS. IL YALE, Manager. Quality reduced to 5.50 S. J, BURT & BROS. IMPORTANT TO ETRY AND CHILD IN Diseases of theEje, MAN, W0MA8 IM WITH PEOPLE ENGAGED! 100 The Grand Ballet The Bewitchklf? Dancers. The Lovely Premiera. The Wonderful Syecialitie. THE NOVELTY OF THE SEASON. The Massive Soenerj. The Gorgeous Custumea. The Charming Music, The Moving Panoramas. THIRTY-FIVIN THE BALLET. The Biggest of 8peotacles.Prioea, 11,75,50, 35. E Do You Want a Bargain ? Ear, Nose, Throat Clironie Diseases and Deformities. .JThaoM .urrfioa and axaminlnc phnleian of "Tha Li.bij Sur(ial ln.titot jid World Dla- n, Franoiaoo U '"it Odo aad ban oftloet at tha Broom fob. aad m, im. fbia will ba a rara ehanoa for tu paupla of Utah to eooaull fra with th oldeat and aioat toeomaf ul California apoeialist who baa had anarli fifty jrosr. apaeial practice, araduatad la 1M3. Kmcmher the old doctor will Ti.it Utah himeolf. Dr. Linbin A I'o. of Ban Franaiwo ar tba only reliable apaolalUu from the larn eitiea wiio ruit Utah quarterly, who treat all wutin and ebrooia dnaaaee of men, women and admiring children and th only brace and deformity manafac tnrer who Tiait Utah from Ban franciaeo KanaaaCity. DUSTERS. p,"T,",',M,l.,:it' hltif The Largest and Best Selected Stock ia the City. All must go at prices Lower than ever offered before. CALL AND GET OUR PRICES. STAFFORD, MILLER & CO. GOOD LUNCH, Do You Smoke. ? If so, Don't Fail to Try Oh! What A Snap. Six organs nearly new that cannot be bought anywhere for less than $125 new for sale from $50 to $85. Terms, five dollars down and five dollars per month. F. E. Warrkn Mercanthj: Co. Highest of all b Leavening Power. 25th Street, Grant Avenue, Al. A. Baker, Proprietor. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1W9., "AMEEICA'S CHAMPION," lo Best 5c. Agar in 1 Woi. Warranted Long Havana Filler. BEITMA.JST BRQ8.,wt;5Ar H Tl WAIT FOR ABSOllTELY PURE THE PEOPLE'S First Store East of Postofflce, on Twenty-fourt- STOKE h 11 Street IN SILK NOW GOING ON AT HANDKERCHIEFS. migration to our shores of foreign criminals and unrepublican elements. More Gents hnnrlli-prrfiiff- c r rpnfc fAnf e hnra vtro Via3vtp On Twenty-Fift- h than anything else there should be a Street three common and prudent rule governing the Luke's Knitting Factory sells a suit of pair 25 cents. Gents hose very good two pair 25 cents. Gents underwear from 15 cents up. admission of such persons to state citi- underwear tor one dollar. zenship. Newest Committee. novelties in neckwear. A new line of gents overshita. Our line of China Fourth of July and Cheap Glassware at cost to close out. Let every member of every committee The bank clearings of the whole coun- be present at the school room, city hall, still less are than last year, mainly tonight at 8 p. in. sharp. Have a report try in the eastern and central states. The ready of progress of your work thus far let it be a rousing meeting. Come south shows a large advance and the and without fail. O. O. Howard, Jr.., west holds a good healthy position. First Store East of Postoffice, on Twenty-fourt- h Sec'ty Com. of Arrangements. St. THE Goodrich's Shoe Sale! a 1 NOVELTIES 4-P- AW But Don't Lose Any Time in Attending ! Ladies hose from 10 cents up. Childrens hose from 5 cents up. Ladie's underwear from 10 cents up. Childrens underwear from 5 cents up. Baby saques from 5 cents up Baby booties from 10 and 13 cents up. Children's handkerchiefs 3 for 5 cents. Ladies hemstitched . . r nanuKercniets 5 cents. L,aaies nemstitchea bordered handkerchiefs 5 cents. 1 For Sale by all Dealers. PEOPLE'S A STOKE, 313 TWENTY-FOURT-- H 313 STItfET- THIRD STOEE WEST OF POSTOFFICE.