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|Paper||Ogden Daily Commercial|
OSDEX DULY COMMERCIAL: SATL'RDAV. 4 MCLAkY TO f fJji:ESS. ( Cr?utntD-or us to run h .-- s to v. will fc. 1 UiMj say is ikLorte'Ltcd. t--. TLeffrtsat growth tLat Oien and and 113 grew diin in. f!4li,- Uuh a ?ruuf t Ira-- ? of the Liberal of rectly out om tL reason suoccm That party. I'AILY. and th only reaua why nearly every fH.x.EIPrH i KJ Gectile and ne&rly all th money that (tul-- v " ' S Moist has oow here sunc the Liberals won " " fc u i the to city, cam bere at alL 3 Ou THE WEEKLT. It is at th bottom of all the expanC' sion in real eetata, whereby Uormo&s as HcaJii Eli'i.. im advance. Oa Year. im fc.m. ii aSart tm Jul) 1. 1"VL well as Gentiles har made million! of 1 ix tiur rt dollar ia tha agreate. For th vic tw fail Ia R4 tt4r im JAlJ i:rii du but get reu.dri) a.cirff day. tr mad confidence in Utah in the at i:JJ in., iJ euufrr tatuf by ixufui tory states. And that eoctidesce, and noth ing else, brought the buyers which SPE'UL VmCE: Aft uina o'cturk p. a. caused the THk (V.ankiu realty market to grow so I 'in at tli bciui. ami airtKia WaUiafMi and buoyant strong new Ui ai-uiMsftiua it caa arraut tr M ah at tli Hjiuriai office, Xow, therefore, the foundation of con iwfUm aiMO, Bp atairt. firl duur. tinuod aucceas in Ogden and Utah deSATUKDAT JILT K pends squarely and directly upon keep ing up tha confidence of ouUude men and capital in Utah. Tbat'a all there ia Liberal County Convention. to it A mat coo?eutuB of Liberal tutnn of VhVx And, of course, to lose that confidence CA'Uitty (and all who ana iu ) luiwtlif ariUi Uwni) t .?... tnruf ii if at 1 kATES-TH- Hi (V i. rit-to- E u-- ... . i, tif-- -- a lj il b'i-i- ii a-- -- n. ufa it at h&batceesiry le our Concert. that A LrJii&ct concert will take pl&ee ia i the GruJ text Tuesday opera Lou who j mulpay cash e will !! at Te-tjuT'- h bia-h-t ui.Jt--r the mansgemect of Prufes-s- l made oy the Kent. Preriou tret Louae f.r ctb only, and at our WaeLiLgtoo strtt Louse will a!) on kt-- 1 tfcWct of Ogiec,tljra aeeinUal as they thort time V tbot otly who we kao ill be lhaj tune by xc visiUr.g art jUi, j ill their bills promptly; will be ,u6tiSjs the expectation tnat li e opera Lave you ltvtjfcto'.c bouse on cut Tveiy eight m ill BiUiesg pleased to which we are sure, this subject of of the finest ooocerts of the year. It ill be to our mutual advantage. PWm ill t t a eacred cocoert as the hut &k do cot, under any Circumstances. iiven Ly Prof. Kent, but wiil have scenes the Twetity fourth street store to do any- from such operas as "Iolanthe, "Mithing more than to accept book order kado." and "The Bohemian Girl;" also for deliTtr y, as they wiil poauve!y de- comedy and other special attractions. cline to do any creJ.t at that bouse. To It is expected that the people of OgIMople of average ictellw'eoce it is use den will patronize the opera enmaue, less for us to go into details, aa it ia a and a hile spending a pleasant evening, proposition that cash beats they s ill be contributing to the buildjaabooe. Thanking the public for their ing of the Utah University. The prices id be 75 oeDts to the orchestra and favors, we promise our oesi eooeav ore to meet a continuance of the aame. dreM circles and 50 and 55 cents to the liesperlfullr, balcony. Aa this price will admit 1L M. IJosd A Co. to a show equally aa good as everyone street and 2111 Wash any operatic concert that has been in 3 Twenty-fourtOaden this year, every purchaser of a ington avenue. ticket has the extra consolation of Ogden, July 1L 139L knowing that some of the money is g The concert next Tuesday night j ing out of the city, but is going to be unoVr the management of Prof. Ken siect in such a manner aa te further r..t k'Ant ia an artiat in hia tin- - h A develop Ogden'a future prosperity. one of the executive committee of the is and for Work on the university ia moving Utah University the working success or l tie cause. smoothly along. The brick and morter work in the basement ia about comThe Liberal Party has the pleted and the superstructure is begm-u:- g to rise. Go to the concert next TuesConfidence of the Republic day night and help the work along. r A firogrees and prosperity in Utah. This ia a convention of momentous It must decide ou the poimportance. litical deetmy of Weber county iu the i mmediate future. It u a council of safety to whose hands the welfare of the people ia committed. Fur the Liberal party brought a revolution of success to Oden. It created confidence in the Nation, and capital, population, free schools and free government flowed to not only Odeu but to all Utah. It is a guarantee now to the people of the United States that the principles of the Republic are being fostered hero. And can Odon and Weber; county afford to shock the oonfidence of 'the country in Utah's progress just at the time when it is nnwt decisively needed? . O8'don is a loader in pdvancement, not of reaction. Aud the liberals must rally to the dufense of those principles and that policy which hate made Ogden brilliant aud are makicg it great. The convention tonight is for Liberals, genuine Liberals. It ia for men who believe in Liberal principles, who feel the neoessi'.y of continuing the party and who are willing to join the ranks and tight for another victory. It will be a brilliant convention. Such orators, leaders and staunch citizens of commonwealth as the Senator Frank Dubois, of Idaho, Judge E. P. Johnson of Corinne, Judge O. W. Powers and Hon. C. G. Goodwin of Salt Lake City, and many of Ogden's most able and patriotic men will be there to show why the Liberal party is yet indispensable in Utah. The famous Liberal Flambeau Club of Salt Luke City will be there. The Liberal ladies of Ogden have brilliantly decorated the stage. Let every Weber county Liberal be af, the opera house tonight Let. every man be present who is in doubt about the wisdom of abandoning the Liberal party. Let all such go and their doubts will be removed. They will see beyond a question that tha material welfareof Weber county will be built up by nominating and electing a ticket of such able men as belong to the Liberal ranks in this county. They will perceive that this course will reassure" capital and Americans everywhere that Ogden is a modern city; that Utah is going forward to free government and is in no danger ot returning to the control of a dictatorial ! , Lierarchy. This will be a grand convention, ablaze with eloquence, enthusiasm, patriotism and every Liberal should be there without fail. . If the fellows are not after statehood why don't they say so? And if they are after, it why don't they say so? Are' they afraid to tell the party division truth? Of course they are. To admit they want to make Utah a state, soon, would paralyze their little scheme in five minutes. To deny it would be an indictment of the Mormon church, a vote of lack of i oonfidence. So they keep still. They are after statehood. The people should knock their conspiracy into smithereens tonight at the Liberal convention. prove injurious and unfortunate. And it is plainly and positively true that as it was Mormon rule that the country was afraid of to begin with, its partial, or even apparent, restoration would create the old distrust and do Utah, and Ogden of course, positive, extensive and continued injury. Therefore, to help the Liberal party is to help Ogden, to help Utah, to help yourself, to assure prosperity and general progress. And the man w ho is broad and patriotic will join with the Liberal party tonight and hereafter, as the only course that is safe to the interests of the county and territory. Any other line of action is charged with dunger and reaction, and even disaster. Every property owner should seriously think of this and govern himself accordingly. Do not be deceived. This new party division scheme was planned by Mormon politicians. It was done to get Utah admitted as a state, which the Mormon church can easily cpntrol. If Utah were a state it would rule itself that is, it would be governed by the Mormons, because they have at least 7,000 majority. The government could not interfere and polygamy and interference in politics could be practiced and no power could stop it The enabling act might provide that the Mormon church should keep its hands off. But as the Mormons would elect the congressmen, governor, attorney general, judges, legislature, sheriffs everything, they need not and, of course would not enforce any law they did not like and the acts of congress would be null and void. Utah once a state is a Mormon state sure as fate. Who will risk statehood now? Not the Liberals. If you feel this way join the Liberal movement tonight at the Grand. ch, the Liberal convention tonight. "Old Virginia never tires." This was the song sung by the Southern troops in battles along the Potomac. It is the slogan of the people of Ogden, working for the Utah University, and especially opplies to the ladies who are emerging from the ardurous work of the Fair and are now preparing to make' the concert next Tuesday night a brilliant success. Liberal County Convention at the Grand Tonight. A Fatal Mistake. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they inform patients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, has proven the contrary in his new book on "Heart Disease," which may be had free at U. A. Walker's, who guar- antees and recommends Dr. Miles' unequalled Xew Heart Cure, which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, Mr. E. O. 'Mayfimj), of the editorial pain or tenderness in the side, arm or smothis in shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting etaff of the Omaha World-Heralering, dropsy, etc, His Restorative the city. He says that it seems to his Nervije cures headache, tits. etc. mind that the time has not safely come False Economy when the Liberal party can be dispensed lb by practiced people, who buy with in Utah. How natural this judg- inferior articles many of food because cheaper ment is to an unprejudiced eastern man. than standard goods. Surely infants Ninety-nin- e per cen? of the enlightened are entitled to the best food obtainable. It is a fact that the Gail Borden "Eagle" of the nation and nearly Brand people Condensed Milk is the best infant very public journal of prominence food. Your grocer and druggist keep it. bolds the view that Utah is not ripe for All true Liberals should be utatehood while the the Mormon poli1 the Grand Opera House at ticians are in position to secure easy control of every political interest. Tonight. Silks and Summer Dress Goods OF EVE11Y DESCRIPTION'! . We shall not be Undersold by any house in the city. JENNINGS, LAST & THOMAS, UK Okii.t tat h Now is Timely Advice. the time to provide yourself and family with a reliable remedy for bowel complaints. It is almost certain to be needed, and no family can afford to be without it It costs but a trifle and may be the means of saving much suffering, if not life. There are many The Union Pacific is selling excursion different remedies in use, but Chamber-Iain'- s tickets from Ogden to Garfield Beach Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Tickets good for Remedy is undoubtedly the best 25 and return for tlZ return five days after date ot sale. and 50 cent bottles for sale by W. D. I ickets on sale every day. Driver & Son, and all leading druggists. HURLEY, I), Gen. Agt Pass. Dep. For Softeuinsr the Skin. irritation, removing roughness, Every fifth aud tenth purchaser of Allaying shoes gets a pair of shoes and an atlas of wind tan and like troubles, there is noththe world free of all cost at Ash by a. ing equal to Wisdom's celebrated Violet Creum. try your luck. The success next Tuesday night, asXotlce to Contractors. sisted as it will be by a brilliant array of Plans and specifications for a brick talent, is assured. store and otlice building, at Corinne, For Pare Liquors, Utah, can be seen at the omce or the Bear Iliver Canal Company, Ogden, fine old wines and whiskies call on T. Wollstein A Co., the newly opened famUtah. Bids for the erection of the same will ily liquor house. Country orders given be received up till the 18th of July. prompt attention. Correspondence soThe right to reject any and all bids is licited 2406 Washington avenue. hereby reserved. The Union Pacific Railroad company has arranged to run regular trains to Special Meetinsr. as follows, There will be a special meeting of Queen and from Syracuse Saturday. July 11th: City Lodge No. 4, 1) of R, Saturday even- commencing Leave Ogden 2:00 p. m. and 6:30 p. m, ing at 8 o'clock. Important business " Svracuse 5:45 " " 9:00 " all members are requested to lie present Sunday's extra trains as follows: Emma Tvkkkk, N. G. Leave Ogden 10::W a. m. Leave Syracuse Lots Lots Lots. 1:15 p. m. At $5 down and f 1 per week in Rex Fair Women. Place on street car line. All bright beautiful and fascinating Kelly, Ille & Co. 2114 Washington avenue. women are made more charming by the artistic use of Wisdom's famous Ilober- tin. It enlivens the most regular C. D. Hays adding freshness, purity and will call on you. He represents the beauty by to tne complexion. brilliancy Ogden Clothing Club Co. F, G. Luke. "Take it before breakfast," because it Lots, Lots, Lots. will give you an appetite, regulate the Lots at So per month and work re bowels and cleanse the system of all imceived on payment purities Dr. Henley's English DandeA. J. LROPY, Five Foints. lion Tonic. Sold everywhere. Judge Powers will be at the Liberal Rally Tonight. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the A new discovery. Dr. Miles' nerves. Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cents. Samples free at iL A. Walker. S. J. BURT & BROS. REDUCTIONS In our Shoe Department will please a great many of our Another Brilliant Operation by Prof. because they know customers Wm. Windsor A Cross Eye that our shoes are the best Straightened for Little Nels Wang;sgaard. goods made in this country Wm. Windsor, LL. B., the emi and when Prof. Tub Liberal party has the confidence nent they can buy the phrenologist now at the Broom of the country. That confidence is hotel, is rapidly convincing the people of best for the same price that worth millions to Utah. Why should it Ogden and vicinity that he and his staff inferior goods are selling why be shaken? What wise citizen can af- of surgeons and specialists are gentlemen of unquestionable ability and skill. The should they not be pleased ? ford to help break it down? come in the form of visible re Unless you are ready to swallow statehood with all the chances of the Mormon hierarchy being the state of Utah, go to NOW FOR BARGAINS r ntl S minds the good impression already made The Liberal party convention of Weber for the territory. county will met at (he Grand ojHTa And it is just as clear and indisputLouse tonight at $ o'clock, to make Dom- able that anything that would tend to inations fur the August election, and to shock the confidence of the people on couuael together for the defense of the which Utah depends for success, will Tnivt-rsit- caaJ buu tm Sat will be livid at tb (iraiid is to lose prosperity and produce stagfor the pur-x- e July lMh, at 8 o'clock p. bow long? For just aa lotg of nominating candidate fur tli oflira to nationfor is as there qu en t ion of the freedom any cm ot tli third day and l uted AturUKt, and is worthy of yours. if Utah from Mormon dominance. aJ taking cnrhartiua a tin political mtuali. in da territory dtunatxU. All Literal, of tha conthat is Hence it plain perfectly Money to Loan . iuetjr a caiHCtd to be prtwnt. It u dtira-ll-tl.thi cuiif ftiti.m bo liberally attmkl, tinued Liberal suectws in Utah means Money to loan on Diamonds, Watches. auJ the itint u.u at iskue ho tlionxiutil) and continued and augmented assurance and Jewelry, etc. Unredeemed pledgee for M. A. liitahliKii. iDU'lliiiniflv eunaidivod. St i'bairuiau Wvtwr County Liberal oiuiuiiu. satisfaction among the people we must sale cheap. 'Jn and 'JUb, 1 wenty-tut- h IJKOZDOWJTZ tiROS, draw upon for indispensable money and LET LIBERALS RALLY. men. It solidities and perfects in their Excursion Kate to Garfield Beacb. ur-d- 7, 1S31. AMUSEMENTS. Credit that iLe suooessof the tia LibwaJ purty Laa nvlng to do with prencct tiiLt; acl in ordt-as njtj be cu&tot&ers tee tuittfisd prosperity of OIea. TLis aujootiituoiat Sj-j- j Jl'LY 1. WRIGHT'S. Our. Bonafide Cost Sale of Summer Goods, Parasols, Summer Silks, Straw Hats, STILL GOES ON TCOTJATf Ar0TT?P The Pettiest Fabric fcr mer wear Reduced to 25c. Sells in Denver for Forty-fiv- e cents. Extra Values at Extra Low Prices! PS CP Wool Challies, o Printed India Silks, 65c, worth 85c. Stripe China Silks, 45c, worth 65c. Plain China Silks, 70c, worth 95 c, Our Regular 2.2 5 grade of Pui de Soie Silk, Marked down to 1.25. n Not an 3d bargain, hut a nd Better take advanbargain for tage of it. A new 'line of Slippers received yesterday, added to our great stock of shoes, gives us the most complete shoe department in Weber County. to-da- y. (D 0 I II. WRIGHT Nos. 2327-23- iM COMPANY, Washington Ave. 33 HARDWARE! HARDWARE! BUYERS WHO WANT THE BEST GASOLINE STOVE SHOULD LOOK AT . 1 r the for this to to to to 1 360 24th Street. 2.95 3.35 3.50 While there look at our Peninsu tar and Ohio Steel Ranges. to 375 to 4.50 to 5.50 U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. akin rovwep m Grant CALL EARLY. 0 S. J. BURT & BROS. ABSOlSTEDf PURE per Yard. Egyptian Crepes, 35c, worth 45c. Wash Foulard-- A Fabric of Great Beauty for Summer wear, Reduced from 25c to 15c. CO sU at Highest of all ia Leavening Power. 63C 3C HE IS HANDSOME NOW. proofs sults of successful operations performed on citizens here at home, and of a nature that should satisfy any doubters. Yesterday Mr. Mads Wangsgaard, accompanied by his brother and little son JNels S. W angsgaard, came into I he Commercial, office and exhibited the results of a delicate operation performed Tuesday. The Ladies Shoes will little boy's right eye had been crossed since he was very young and was an ap- following reductions parently hopeless deformity of an otherwise bright and handsome face. week. Professor V indsor and his staff of sur geons operated without chloroform and with little pain succeeded in making the reduced eye perfect. When asked if it hurt the 3.25 yuality little fellow responded "not much." 4.00 yuaiity reduced Mr. Wangsgaard exclaimed fervently: reduced "One thousand dollars wouldn't induce 4.25 Quality reduced me to have my boy s eye as it was before 4.50 Quality we meet Professor Windsor." Several 5.00 Quality reduced gentlemen who were in The Commercial 6.00 Quality reduced office examined the eye closely and all were convinced that Professor Windsor 7.00 Quality reduced and staff had performed a beautiful piece of work. I his is the second case shown in our office by Professor Windsor during the last week. Professor Windsor will leave Ozden to morrow night but his staff of surgeons will remain at the Broom hotel until July 2oth. 1 KNOW BORE I CO. NEWLY ESTABLISHED- - T. WOLLSTEIN & CO., (Iiranch Na 14.) Whiskios, Hre lips k Domestic and Imported o Cigars, Ale and Porter. We make Family Trade our Specialty and will promptly deliver goods to all parts of the city. Mail orders solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. Write for prices. Box 133. 2406 Washington Avenue, OGDEN. UTAH.