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OGDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1890. AT THE OLD STAND will go home prepared to let contracts for the work of construction. ! The projected railroad will run from Denver to Boulder, and cross the contiUTAH. OGOCN. nental divide at Buchanan's Pass, runthence to Kditok. through to Middle Park, ning M. (HIKIIKI.L. C When Caine's letter was published, Goose over and Steamboat Springs, The letter of tho People's candidate and torn to pieces, a bulwark of the and Provo to Green Utah, River, 1H90. Range 24. rR!D.Y. (MTOliKR.. was a sorry wreck after it had been re- Salt Lake. Great crumbled. hopes People's party is in .ulilil oviry The'length will be 449 miles, which had boon builded upon what Caine viewed by tho candidate of the Liberals. Th Daily Comki:('1.i. , & Rio l!lM-kDenver , than the 286 miles shorter at oorniriL-I)Mly Mmlayi xo"til. would say; upon the showing he would b imar corner of Washington arnu anil Twvnty-fourtThere will be one tunnel 3,000 One of Denver's reform candidates Grande. on tr t. IV.lon City. Utah, by the Com- - make. He fave utterance to nothing the projected line, just befeet long WKRC1A1. I'UHI.lMlUNti indicted been for has The of Goods in way bribery. no made Middle Park is reached. This will fore showing, in advance, $3.00 pr but platitudes and ho Subscription in an and be the of that mountain, reigns politics city go through High for his claims lacked the vital element purity unco, t aiJ. would make angels weep. Pcdiircrcd in the city at 75 ccnt-- por month. expensive piece of engineering work. of truth. Jx MMrosseil to All communications shouM CO.. The masses of the Mormon people are PUBLISHING THK COMM KKt'lAL. THE CREEK NATION. The record of what Delegate Caine OiiHt Vir. Utah. beginning to think for themselves. They Utah, for are tired of being chattels. They have has done for Ogden is now being circul- It Will Have a Representative in (Kntor.l a, tho ltotnci at Otfdn, Socond-Ulasas mails thft trv.ro:Mon through come in contact with the Liberal spirit, ated. It is simply a blank, but most Washington. tor. ill and they note the advantages of Ameri- expressive and complete. Paris, Tex., Oct. 23. A message of over the monarchy of can civilization man to the council of the Chief LIBERAL TICKET. Pullman's cars nettod 9 1,000 each last Creek Perry despotic bigotry. Some of them will eov in session at Ocmul-gee- , nation, For IWrat to dqre in time to vote according to the year, according to the official statement. tirrK, makes mention of the law enacted C. C. GOODWIN. dictates of judgment, and brave the No official statement has been made rela- by congress by which the western tribes anathema of superstition. At least, if tive to the income of the porter. are fast allotting lands preparatory to to Select.. Choice Goods from SINCERITY. TUB QUESTION OF not courageous enough to vote right, they their admission as citizens into tne The death of Cleveland American republic. ."7mchned to doubt mav refrain from voting wrong.. "Th'us the rights, He then adds: Toe Kartern press is The gentle,Jut Ume fQf nnd was reported yesterday. of live nations and authorities Mormon manifesto privileges of the ihe sincerity -for All the Lib- - man's vigorous denial of the reKrt will are aalIPlin. nf and curtailed at alinfringed upon . . , . .. , Herald and the be ubolishiug polygymy. accented as authentic. f Ktrni?tn most every session of congress. It generally . . , ;, nf Silt Like is much grieved thereat. would hardly be fair to charge congress the Indians or wilful In analyzing its own sorrow, the Herald Already a number of members of the with malicefortoward glory in defeat, and renewed inspiration The interests. their disregard sses expressions that naturally create in the fact that the World's Pair committee want to resign. eral policy of the government toward genultimately the inthose of on even the part suspicion rule must be If this is the way they feel about it the Indians is ono of humanity and chanty." j great wrong of churchly the mauifesto at its overthrown. clined to The fault lies in the ignorance of our sooner their resignations shall bo acbo benefactors as regards the would face value. cepted the better. true condition and needs of the Indians. It spurns tho thought that in the D.) SALT LAKE'S SCHEME. This Congress, through its misdirected mnuifosto there is any tinge of polities, j Asotii kij road is projected from Den zeal for of condition the betterment the The Mormons do not want Utah adSalt Lake City has a little scheme in ver to Utah. The scheme is still on of the Indians, has handicapped our Oh. no. They connection with the mitted to statehood. 2c j. a. v h. x . most laudiblo efforts for self governto Deep Creek line. It paper, and there are several chances ment The United and self j without preservation. the pale is tired of being a way station, and thinks that it will stay there. It is not exitay voluntarily States must be constantly reminded of ntil solicited to come in. and ierhups it sees an to blossom into pensive to build a railroad ballasted with the sacred treaty obligations which opportunity t that time still display a coyness :f they have entered into with us in the im;ortaneo as a railroad point. Salt wind. . So certain is the Herald j Lake is past. It is therefore recommended that setting fondly on the egg of hope, a strong delegation be sent to Washington n these ioints that it overders its part. but the in-clerks I have been Department egg is addled, to represent our nation during the next j It protests too much. i The scheme is the line in formed that they need not pay political session of Congress. T'h Mormons atlinn their sincerity. question, have it extended east as far as assessments. Nevertheless such of the The Locomotive Engineer. They hu not expatiated at any length Echo, and thus have rail connection di clerks as realize to .which side of their moTo motive. the the bread will the butter question dpon adheres, rect with that place, and arouiui Ogden. plank Pittshckg, Oct. 23. The convention tive it. not really kind. Hut that the act i Tife gentlemen interested think that down the fine just the same. of Brotherhood of Locomotive Enbased Uhh any change cf heart, no ' such a road would become the main ; gineers spent the day in considering a one believes. Tint it was Urn of peu-te- line and the Dr. Talma of acrobatic the resolution'' to enter the organization divine ok, main line Echo from The Only Exclusive Wholesale Dry nnotta Hm. in Ogden. and the Largest in the Terpresent v ti'Vjo have had the hardihood to to Ogden relapse into a spur. They io Brooklyn, is glad to think that a man is known as the United Order of Railwav t ritory. GOOD ALL NKW AND LLL SELhlThU, .igcst. Th.A the Mormons have any not say much about this. Their policy now safer anywhere in this country with-- , Employes. It is understood that the .p'vt for the in 'v they have decided to is to Ik silent, and get the work under out. a revolver than with one. It is.Cvi-- ( discussion was heated, but it is not posi- tively known when the consideration of of fear, has not fbrv, s.ivi the t way Tor the ostensible purpose of tap- - , lent that there are some sections of this this question will bo ended. The third "tired t the rast inmainutive. ping the coal fields. They are welcome land not familiar to the reverend gentle annual convention of the Grand Inter- However, if the II,r,tl.l supjutses that to tap the coal lields, but haviug done man. national Auxiliary to the brotherhood Our prices are more eloquent than came to an end this afternoon. The new Here to talk. t c.ip lull mistrust to ret, it has over--at.- l this, they will have to rest on their were otlicers installed. " must Liberal Low Prices and First-clas-s If citizen is his do s. a Goods words. Evkky its j o we There ' Liun-ls- . long conven- - many President Murdock tho says on election day. Come from farm, f evi: th'it can never 1h forgotten and have space to Ogden is the terminus of the Union duty lion is me, most successtui the auxiliary are any object, we have them. and from been have shall ollice, room, it when A counting has held. mine, only torgi.vn, Pacific and such it will remain. A line sinking fund was estab- quote only a few of our many bargains: jountrr-balanceby a record of good. from Echo to Salt Lake would not .alter and workshop and vote in favor of lished, the ri 'tul A 26x54-inc- h bath towel. 50c ; worth 75c Pnr n, lir-- f. tlmn ana altogether d The change that is Ihmiii so much this fact. The line might serve the pur- - Amriiiii7i itr I't.-iat what thev have accomplished An extra large bath towel, a hummer, for 35c. i may boonoof olities or simply lose of carrying coal, but it would not in the history of the territory the out- all-lin- en look is not An of policy. It may have Wen induced by be practicable for through business, towel, extra large, 30c, worth, 50c. Poisoned Sweetmeats. hopeless. con-J the hopo of securing statehood and A hemstitched handkerchief, 5c; worth ioc. Tho grade would be too heavv. The Ukkun, Oct. 23. Another tragedy has ' beand murder suicide has mere or Eithkk the uneasiby j ,.ost of sequent power, been added to the list of horrors which A hemstitched handkerchief, 3 for 25c; regular ot)er.ltion. the wear and tear of cess resulting from dodging the yawning roii;ntr stock, the linhilitv to accident come a mania in Europe or the liar who in occurred Berlin and its recently 45c. fates of tho penitentiary. That it was j WOuld more than counterbalance any once dallied with a phantom war cloud vicinity. Today the community was price, A Turkey red table cover, 6bc; regular price, 85c. orotignl htout oy higher consiuerauons i p;iVing jn miles. It is claimed that the has taken a new tack. Every day that shocked by the discovery of the fiendish inMen's heavy cotton hose, 10c; worth 15c. wires work well the public is work of a poisoner which is almost with- remains to be proved, and the Herald maximum grade would be only 127 feet the . , of a new horror in the way or out parallel in tne nistory or crime word is not proof. It . is not beyond to the mile. This is in all wood toothpicks for 5c a box. probability rormed credence that it was to jjut troublesome an error, but even that would be enough some citizen slaughtering his family' and neeTwo papers carpet tacks for. 5c. A retired farmer named Gast gave to ,. 1 legislation aside, and give back to the to frustrate Salt Lake's ambition. The his children some sweetmeats in which 24 sheets good writing paper for 5c. Mormons the privileges their acts had Colorado Midland has about the same he placed a quantity of poison, lie then , 24 envelopes for sc. As nearly as may be gathered from the forfeited. general character as t he Deep Creek line self. The murderer and three children And everything in proportion. Come and see for would have. The Midland has a good gentle comment of the Doseret Evening mea in great agony; two other children THE BEST ADVERTISING. to run its pas-- i AVij it does not like Judge Goodwin. are dving. The phvsieian savs there is Vnnr;fl j passenger business, and jwUiativta 70 per cent of It thinks he is diabolical and ungentle-manly- . no possible chance of saving them. No takes trains senger just T.u value of advertising is something j the income derived from them. The The X?tvs should restrain itself. reason is known for the crime. o universally acknowledged that there Union PKcitic be taken for braying, and already has all the grades Its noise may try of Tide Lauds. for argument concerning the is no its gesticulation for the waving ears of an it cares to contend with. Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 21 In U. S matter. Tnat a city lias the same right should direct its aspirations ass. Lake Salt district court today Judge Ilanford to advertise that a business house has, is into some other channel. Let it build fail do to if it aid this, O. E. unquestioned. LkiX'H, director of the mint, has rendered a decision affecting a large obtain its coal, quit being jealnumber persons who sought to hold tide it w:!I become the victim of its own stu ous ine, of Ogden and rejoice in Ogden h been visiting some of the camps of Mon- lands tii.iifv jipiI i,ft'!i-- t the Valentine Scrip. Opin- tana. After returning to Washington ion in under r,t- This city will always be ro'H case of Jacob Mann vs. the Ogden cannot afford to lie backward ready to towards Salt Lake Citv Mr. Leech submitted to an interview of Tacoma Land Company: The court display n so important a matter. Its natural the consideration due a thriving suburb. ,m lengthen which he deftly refrained holds that under the land laws of the advantages of climate. location and from saying anything. Mr. Leech is in United States the line of high tide is the the capital it has already atboundary between land and water, that a Position to kno "re about silver the CUT THIS OUT AND CALL AND LOOK AT THE PROPERTY. Fo road is about to sue the The Santa act of Congress cannot be construed tracted, the fortunes it has made, are government for a little matter of 20,0X, j thf4U any other man in the United States to authorize or of an mud flats entry al! worth publishing to the world. tile lands, bare at low tide, but subject 0J0 acres of land. Much of this is very and pwhap h1 to daily overflow. An appeal was taken People' here aro vitally concerned in valuable. The road acknowledges hav to the United States Supreme court. of elsewhere know tho letting people 130x140-Corn- er, two blocks from Car Line, house, trees, Etc, violated the contract under which it PRESS OPINION. ing .$2,500 i water rich soil, the wonderful power, the j makes this stupendous claim, but holds Settle It This Winter. 114x132 Corner Grant and Thirtieth, .....' 8,00f Most Truly Said. that the government was the tirst to 23. Oct. Baden Sir frho'iid post themselves ho as to lie able Ottawa, George , 50x140 ft Lots, near Twenty-fifthon Car Line,. 1,000 Salt Lake Herald : Never were two Powell is in town violate it. Ihe ambition or a corporatoday. While in Brit- to answer any questions. The necessary tion in tlinir nrinni. im.nrt C5indid:tta ividr fullto and the earth the on 'Twenty-Fiftpossess ' ish Columbia he made two new houses, improvements worth ;r. format ion should be compiled under inquiries into cer 72x132 Corner ness thereof seldom appears through pies than Mr. Caine and Mr. Goodwin. rents for 870 month 84,000, 9,000 per tain matters connected with the sefding o:licial authority and sent broadcast. such a glaring example as this. Uncle Amended, business and inforinaProperly back with goes 50x119 House rents for $24 per month, two flocks from 25th on Grant, 4,000 The ie"t advertisement of Ogden is the Sam Salt Lake Times : " To be selected as tion that has not been previously acmight be wise to turn his little do-- i plain truth. 200 main over to the Santa Fe. give it the the nominee of my party for the fifth cepted by the British government. Re- Choice Lots Three Blocks from Union Depot, the American plea that the ISy following out the line here sugtime," when I have been of garding ke to his treasure vault, and emigrate consecutive 300 no account through all these years, "is Canadian sealers were killing all the Choice Lots in Central Park Addition, . gested the Chamler of Commerce may to ainoa. defemale and nnd seals, an or a rather "not pup thereby honor, 1 4 Acres New IIone, Barn, Celler, line stupidity, do a mighty work for Ogden. It can Orchard, Etc., on Southto be lightly estimated." Extract, with pleting the sea, he said he was in possesWashington Avenue, 6,500 nasten tho day when this citv shall be of facts to show that such was not Thk baseball managers are still quar- amendments, from Delegate Caine's let- sion case. The he should the he largest in Utah or all the adjacent said, Canadians, ter of acceptance. reling with a heartiness that threatens insist that this matter be settled this egion. To create a boom is neither the welfaro of the national winter. game. It is Fraternal Comment. laudable or desirable. A steady growth a so clean and healthful that really pity Kansas The A Meteor Explodes. City Star: discovery that strictly upon merits would be the most a sort as base ball should have fallen Omaha's census returns are padded to outcome of the N. II., Oct. 23. Tonight advantageous proper into tho hands of those to whom it rep- the extent of ,$o,(KK) names will occasion and would bo followed by no resents were startled by bearing a hero no in Missouri where the people valley surprise nothing but dollars and cents. nollapse of Kansas City and Omaha Base ball is a good game. It is an excel- the ridiculous pretensions of that town distant report like heavy artillery achave been a common jest. Omaha has brand. by apparent lightning, and lent tonic for the spectators, has no cor- perhaps 1K),000 people, is a very companied believed it an earthquake. ReIt is the thousands of dollars going rupting influence, is manly and square, creditable showing for awhich many town possessing ports from Bradford and Hillsboro mto improvements and the millions in- and the of this country would be so few natural advantages. people Bridge say that at 7:25 p. m. tho people vested in great enterprises, that show there were alarmed by hearing a sound glad to see the managers come to an un A Gloomy View. is the manner in which Ogden resembling a largo gun at a distance and place the amusement derstanding Wood River Times: Think of it! Here which proved to be caused by a meteor tuilding firmly and surely the founda- upon its old footing again. 2404 Washington Avenoe, OGDEN, UTAH. are a lot of Shylocks in New York strik- as viewed by witnesses who saw the C. B. tion of a great metropolis. The best adreheard flash before the seconds London with hands lot in another they ing vertising to letting the truth be known. destroy the value of silver. They re- port. It seems after all quite probable that to to loan money on silver fuse THE BENUIMC OTtl 7M K1N08 H0 KitC A of of the murder Chief Police Hennessey ?ullionopenly The Desplanes Murder. elect" JUGEGOOD WIN. BUR THIS TUDC MMK. ftOM $10.00 TO $76.00 to and Xl-tell face that you your of New Orleans was the result of an they do not consider it security for Chicaoo, Oct. 23. It was learned toThe election of Judge Good win is pos- Italian conspiracy. Detectives believe money. Ye gods, think of it! Will the that Brezell, murdered at Desplanes wm mm mi w sible. It is possible despite tho craft, that they can trace twenty-nin- e other people of tho West and South stand this day in last had about ?6,000 money night, Most of sort thiug? certainly not! They murders to the same source. This is a will the greed, tho iniquity, the deep-seatefrom power the men who make and notes upon his person of which hurl imroom no has for but it is prejudice, that opposes it. It possible large country, or administer laws so that such con- $1,000 was cash. As the men who comdespite the mandate of priest, the inac- ported assassins. It is to be hoped that spirators can llourish. The names . of mitted the deed were running away tive of press, and the revalation that the guilty will be ferreted out and these trust companies, bankers and they passed under the gas light in front brokers who are engaged in this conspir- of the Justice of the Peace. They from time to timo may come from the in- hanged with neatness and dispatch. should be printed under the head coolly stopped there and looked over the acy, ner consciences of the leaders of of "Traitors" in every newspaper in the contents of Brezell's wallet, Selecting the A vouno woman of Washington, D. land. It is possible becauso the light money and tossed tho wallet and papers over the fence and separated. of intelligence has been shed upon C, poisoned her two brothers, and when Has Secured the Funds. Ttth. the power of the old regime broken, arrested for the double murder burst An Assignment. New York, Oct. 23. The Times says and the followers of the ancient creed into laughter and said that she had done Manistee, Mich.. Oct. 23. A report are chafing in their fetters. it for fun. The young woman's humor President McLean, of the Colorado, to Dun's Commercial agency states sent When Judge Goodwin was nominated is something almost grim in character. Utah & Pacific rail road has been in the that the direct and indirect liabilities it was as the standard bearer of a noble city several days, and arranged with the of K. G. Peters is on in assets over IBoyle Clock. cause. Even ins friends and advocates Judge Goodwin's visit to this city Manhattan Trust Company to get finan- $5,000,000. Peters$1,G00,000; made an assignment did not think of actual triumph for him. should be made the occasion of a demon- cial aid in building the new railroad at the advice of friends to clear himself He was selected to gather the strength stration of the most cordial and enthu- - from Denver to Salt Lake City. McLean from several disastrous concerns. of the party, and was willing to sacri- siastic character. It is the duty of the fice himself on principle. But as the Liberals not alone to vote, but to work tho and show how wholly strength of the Liberals erystalized it beforeheartselection in are cause. their the estimote. was found to exceed the THE COMMERCIAL. . I. L. CLARK & SON, . iri, l. With a Complete Line Seasonable s Dry Goods, Clothing n BOOTS AND SHOES. BARGAINS IN ALL DKPARTMENTS! which With New and ( ; SPECIAL BARGAINS WATCH THIS SPACE vi,-tnr- v , .... WALLACE, SMI' IN k CO., ai-ro- (INCORPORATE vva Successors llaua j WHOLESALE hsp-sition- ! j Dry Goods and Notions. i i ! . n - V ; ' ros-te-- ; j j j j WE COME NOT j j re.-or- We j ciedegS7ir:S d ilis-russo- j j ! j j i l j j j ; j ... j j 111' I Hard m j j i rm j OGDEN DEPARTMENT STORE, i l j - ; i No. 2302 "WTasliiiigton Avenue, JEiLeal j Estate i ! i h, ! j 1-- - Choice List and Acreage in all Parts of the City. WHEELER, m d Mor-iconis- Now Exhibition the MILES, STREVELL & ULMER.