AS hile the lesson taught the nnnr
vhists in Chicago a year ago was
ficieiitly severe to prevent them from
taking any active stci» to carry out
their murderous designs, there is stdl
some of the old leaven left, and they
take advantage of every opportunity j
to express their emnity to the social
order and to renew their allegiance to
the demon of misrule and chaos.
rneeting was held in Chicago, and one
Alber* Curlin made a speech, in which
Aium-hr la Cnicago.
On Thanksgiving Day an
ho said that the present system of '
society was not worth gil ing thanks ;
, for, buf was worth cursing to the
lowest depths of hell. Let the fools !
lie thankful for their wretchedness, he
tongued orator will prate about the
the theory of socialism and about
said, but workingmeu should stand
together until their ideals of socialism
and anarchism were fully realized.
All such talk as that is absolutely
harmless. So long as sonic glib
time when there shall be no law i
the world, because there will be no
need of law, he can find an audience,
for the supply of folds and cranks is
constantly being renewed; but when
he descends from the abstract to the
concrete and talks to workingmen
about there being nothing in the pres,
ent system of society worth giving
thanks for, he only exposes himself
The facts are so flatly j
opposed to his assertions thaï no man
in his senses can credit the speaker
... _ _ _,
with even common honesty.
Workingmen know very well that !
they have work to do and get money j
for their work because of the
tence of the social system; and though
they may be dissatisfied oftentimes
with their condition, and with good
reason, they are not going to bring
the whole social fabric tumbling about
their ears lest, like Samson, they be I
crushed among the ruins. The men
who are led away by the wild and
foolish harangues of such men as
Most and Curlin are men who want i
to live without work; who declare that
the world owes them a living, when |
in fact all it owes them is a good,
sound thrashing as "rogues and
terless men," as the old vagrancy
statutes used to put it
We can understand how anarchy
and communism and nihillism. and
kindred forms of the same idea may
develop and attain vast proportions
under an autocratic form of
ment, for under a despotism manv
are deprived of the natural rights of
life, liberty and the pursuit of happi
pess; but it is a constant mystery
how any man or set of men can enter
tain the idea of overthrowing a gov
ernment of which they themselves are
or may be a component part, or of de.
stroying a social order which they
help to frame- Such men do not de
serve to live in a free country; and if
the United States would do its duty
by its citizens it would expatriate
auchy before he can get a chanee to
put his ideas into eflect or to per
suade others to rise up against the
social system which he decries.— Ex.
, ~T « r
Btoves ran out open fires, furnaces,
... , ,
did away with stoves, steam heat cur
tailed the nsef ulness of furnaces, and
every man who whispers or hints an
now it seems likely that at no distant
date electric heating will put an end
to that use of steam. The Electrial
World has been devoting several ar
ticles to that subject lately, and their
purport seems to be that while the
inventions for electric heating are
not yet as good as they will be, they
are already hetter than anything else.
The greatest advantage from a com ■
mercial point of view of these inven
tions perhaps lies in the fact that the
self-same current tl)at is utilized in
#)i8 system for heating will be also
used for electric lighting and power
distribution, and the current gener
ated for all these purposes may be
transmitted to the various points of
consumption over the same circuit.
Theoretically no great economy is ob
tained by electric heating in the pres
ent state of the inventions, but when
it is reckoned that stoves and furn
aces waste so large a part of their
beat and that steam is so poorly
adapted for small establishments, the
economical advantage of electricity
are easily argued, and scyeral inven
tors expect soon to put their systems
pp the market,— Es.
Thirty-three years ago. at the old
T remont House. John B. Drake gave
^ g anle dinner. Chieago was
comparatively speaking, a very
8maU dtv forlv l)0rsons sat
down to the feast, ami there was
of gamo , n tho West,
buffu]o theu th „ prairio<
was not considered a
j uxur ..
i^ t n i g ht Dr.,k >, Darker A. Co.
„ ave thl>ir thirt> .third annual game
ban( j Uetu j ns tcad of forty plain, every
Jav busineas lllou of theiufaut city.
5.') 5 guests, elegantly
dresscd 1;U , iL>s and gentlemen, repre
st , ndu g t he growth, glorv and bouud
1qB3 prospects G f the Queen City of
^ j jJlke3
"I had to send to the Rocky Moun
tians more than two months ago, 1 '
said 31 r. Drake, "for my game, and j
it was shipped to me from lloek Creek [
and Cheyenne, some of it coming here
over two weeks ago. The antelope.
bl . u . ktail deer, elk~ sago hens, railed
grouse, prairie chick *tif, tuid jack
rabbits ail came from the far M'est,
;but j cou i d g e t no wild buffalo,
noble animal having become extinct,
I got my mountain sheep from far up
in the Rockies. Dakota contributed
black bear, ducks and pheasants. The
prairie chickens and w ild turkeys 1
secured in the Indian Territory. The
reel and marsh birds came from lie
nois and Wisconsin,
tributed the coon*, opossums,
re Is and venison. I never found it so
hard t0 S et g ame " Tho tlinner " a9
an unquaiitied success. —Chicago
The Idaho Legislature.
Alturas - . Chas ; McPherson !
Ada LV.V.V.V.V.V.J^. Xegty Jl
Ada * Boise.Fred Campbell
Bingham. S. F. Taylor, (a m.)
Custer 4 Lemhi.J. I'. Clough
Bear Lake, Cassia t Oneida, J. NV.-j
Lamoreaux. * (D)
Indaho. T. F. Nelson (Di
Oneida * Bingham
Shoshone* Kootneui.A. E. Mayliew(D)
Washington i Owyhee, E. S. JewclKD)
I. \V. Brigham
.J. N. Ireland
: ' * ■ ••
| B ear Lake
.II. Z. Burkhart
.II. H. Clay
.I. S. Waring
.J. Van Shark
.l). l. Bradley
.J. 31. Martin \
.31. A. Kurtz
.J. A. Bruner
J. II. Kinnerstey *(M)
, .... Geo. P. IViiecter
Bingham * Custer .. .Geo. \\ Gorton
G. IV. Emerv
.II. B. Kinport * (D)
j dabo '.C. 31. Day
Kootneai * Shoshone. .J. R. Sunburn
( . .
. E. A. Jordan
. .0. \V. Mintzcr
. F. E. Mix
\. S. Cliancey(D)
.... J. W. Irvine
...It. H. Davis,
. G. O. Sampson ;
..I. C. Sargcant
Democrats are marked I». anti-Mor
: inons A. M., 3!ormons 31., Republicans
! unmarked. Where a star (*) is used
therc win lie :t contest for the seat,
The aliove shows twenty-one straight
Republicans and tiiree straight R;in
I ocrats In thu Council there are seven
! straight Republicans and one anti -1
' Mormon, who will vote with the R«-
... .... . . ,
publicans. I he Democrats have four
straight Democrats in the Council
and two in the House, and one Mor
mon, who will vote with the Demo
erats, but the chances arc that one
Democrat in the Council and two in
the House will have their scats con
tested on the ground of being elected
by illegal voters.
H. W. CURTIS,
/—-- — DEALER IX/—-*—.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and
promptly done. Give me a trial.
A. C. EMERSON,
General i NeWs i Deal
S P, i
min, • , ... . ...... .
Blank Book», Legal Blank» A I'crioflicnl» I
-j , i t. I , ,,
School Books'and Sunt,lies in any :
Onantitv nt Irimottt r..t/.u
yilunillj at lowest rates. I
Mail orders filled day received.
No. 102, Main Street, Ogden, Utah, j
BOOKS & STATIONERY,
-T * ? YhA M r f^ 0 C ^ 5
lif"xD ronchit 1 «cSSt
Æ 1 « s Â t (&â
Seqil for- ci.ttoljr.^1 Mr httlt J |»r 9. — -
ABIE I INC MCDko.QMLi.rAU.
--ALpt'OC «a MB!
TO* CUCUCA^, '
, U *Lp 4 HL * CKÏ ™ ,T * IDAHO,
natllra i California Gum. By swal
lowing the saliva produced in chewing
will materially aid digestion.
SANTA ABIE AND CAT-R-CURE.
SOLD AND liUARANTCKD BY
Wm. DRIVER Je SOX Wholesale Agents,
0Kde,, ' lU "*
COREY & SONS,
wholesale a retail
Groceies, Produce % fruit
f&r Ail Orders by Mail Promptly Fill«!,
K. J. OSBORN,
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Repairing Machinery and all Agricul-1
t lirai implements done on short
not ice and best style.
VYaçoiis and Carriages
Repaired in every
resptift equal to the best
BAILEY & SONS,
(irass, tiarden & Field
O G d S
Shipping in Carload Lots a Specialty.
We make a Specialty of
Alfalfa Seed, Etc. Etc.
r^F"Mall Order* Promptly Filled
SALT LAKE CITY,
^F~T H T *1 d SOlT 108 tj
. . . R ,
' £1VICl tSeSt, *••
MerCÜailW 1 aiiOrillg ötOre
—IN SOUTH IDAHO IH—
Ragle Rock, Idaho
The very Best Goods at the very low
est prices. I invite inspection.
SALT LAKE CITY.
Conducted by tho
Sisters Of The Holy Cross
Studie« for boarder, and day pupil, will be
resumed Monday, Sept. 8d, IWW. Tbe Failli. h
coarse include, all tho branche» neoeasary for
a flntt da»» education. The lunifuiiifc». linear
drawing, vocal inu.lo In du»„, plain »owing
"id ornamental needle work form no extra
Term» are modified when twoor more of the
family attend »chool at the »amo time.
Student* attending All Hallow* College are
permitted to vl.lt their «later* at the Academy
roSd'îi"?" t ' Hn ' ,C " curod on twoof thc
ratÄ"* a°,idrc*, a* aboye.
J. K. SMITH,
Attorney AT Law,
EAGLE ROCK. IDAHO.
Practice« in the Territorial und U.S. Court».
W- T- Reeves.
Attorney at Law
S. I'. WINTERS,
Attorn by a tda w
EAOLK ROCK, IDAHO.
Public iu the ottiiv.
I). W. STAN UR 01 ),
Attorney At, Raw,
Will practice in all the Territorial Court*.
E. P. Bliskensderfer,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice in ail the Court* of the Territory j
S. I». Wagoner. D.D.8. W. U. Dalrympta. D.D.S
WAGONER & DALRYMPLE.
: : UTAH.
OGDEN, : :
tJWOrrics— Chamber of fonirnm,' Block.
J. H. BEAN,
Assistant Sirueox U. P. Railway, j
EAGLE ROCK, IDAHO.
ptTTVlcfmàphtc communication* promptly
attended to. _ _
G. H. Davis,
PhYSIGIAN & SURGEON,
(ALSO COROSOK or BISOU «M CO)
Will atteint all chII* on Utah X Northern aiu!
Onymi Short Line Kail way*.
PHYSIGIAN AND SURGEON
BLACK FOOT, IDAHO.
Call* of Hci«pon*U>lc port tea attended to day
Jos. A, 0LARK
County Surveyor ami Ufil Engineer.
Also* Deputy Clerk of the Court. traruactinK
ireneral land office huaine**.
Rock, ! t
! tVOlilw open fur Imainra* every day
! G. W. Pendleton, M. D
Offers his professional services to
the people of town and vicinity.
STULL & SPENCE,
! flttozncip& Ôomiycfl'oiAatlfa
Land and water Liliirntinn a Specialty.
R. *. »PENCK.
; A. Dvdiieshacsks,
Formerly Keiri-ler <d i
the V. 8. Land (Kliee f
Joh» Moxtuowkrt. Jr.
MMll & MOltlOW
rea l estate,
Land OffiGe Attys
Amt* for the North America am! Pennurl
vanla fire limurance Companie*. nl«o a^nt*
for the North German Lloyd SteaniMhlp To.
and AnjfloNevuda IiiMurance Co.
I Practice before thn I'.S. Und OUI ce. prepare
» a paper. In entrio*. ilriHl proof*, mineral ap
; plleutlon and townaite entrio*. and attend !..
I contest*, eic.
•_ Agootafor thoKquliable Life InniiraneeUo
All mail orders for fresh meats of
any kind promptly attended to.
Manufacturer* of the Celehratcd
Site Brain! of Fine Crate
The*« (food, are sold by all the wlmlo.ate
Oroeer* In Ltah. Send In your order..
27 E. Third St. SALT LAKE, UTAH
And all Goods in That Line Send to
H, T. SNYDER
2f3. 2T. T IE3IOIMZ .A. 3
SALT LAKE CITY.
R. K.. THOMAS.
COALTER & SNEl,GROVE,
SALT : LAKE : MUSIC :
STORY & CLARK
^ i a* zi o e.
All The Latsst Shoot M u
. ^Stools& Correa
Catalogue and Information Free. P.0. B0Ü
W. G. CHILD & SON,
D^Y GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOEt
Groceries and Hardware,
Hats, Caps and Underwear,
FURNITURE, WALL PAPER
Carpets El to.
Largest Hou».- of the kind \Ve»t of the MUaoWi
37 u> 43, W. fire» äoutk tont
SALT LAKE CITY
Fire Arms, Fishing Tackle, Cutler]
IdS Main St.
Base Ball Goods, Bicycle«, TreÄ^^—
Glasses or anything the shooting
ing. Fishing or Cnmping Lia*
tom prie««. we also do all kto*
.5«A?, D machine repairing
ntalogne is now out anil will be sent freo on appU«*** 0 *
P.o. Box 805 ,
the: IDAHO NBW
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