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SALT 7 LAKE DAILY HERALD
THUBSDAY RIOBsixa MAE 1118SO
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THE DAILY HERALD is published
at
Ivory morning Mondays excepted
JSert lomple street near First South
Salt Lake City by the HKIUTT PBIHT
c ING and PoBUsaiKa COHPAMT Sub
scription price 1050 per annum post
age included jarts of a year at the
sarna rate To weekly subscribers
collection made by carriers twentyfive
Mats a week
TEE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD is I
published every Wednesday and Satur I
11 ay morning at f 350 a ysar postage
included pas of 1 year at the same
iito
THE WEEKLY HERALD is publiihed
every Thursday morning at 2 a year
six month 125 postage included
Postage ouUde l the U S end Canada
extra
WL Is LOSDON on Wednesday bar
silver was quo oo at 52 penco per
ii ounce
F 4 f LAST FBIDAY Senator Thurman
I reported back to the Senate frem the
judiciary committee the petition of
the Womens AntiPolygamy Society
of Salt Like introduced in January
I by Logan asking for tha expulsion
of Delegate George Q Cannon from
Congress The committee asked to t
be and was discharged from the
I further consideration of too petition
I I All of which means that the Senate
proposes to have nothing to do with
the question the action bsing equiv
alent to paying as little attention as
possible to the ladies petition without I
being discourteous j
HKEETOFOBE TilE assertions as to
the value of the electric light as com
pared with gas and other illumina
tors han been general but now the
editors of the Scientific American have
taken the pain to gather some de
finite Jccowledge as to the cost and
powers of the different lights They
I collected data as to the Bru h system
of electric lighting in the CDuree of
thn nrantical use of that system in a
large i manufactory and 03 to the E Ji
son method during the cxperimenlal
tests at Menlo Park The result ot
their investigations is the knowledge
I that the Brush lights cost 0005 of a
cent and the Edison light 011 of a
cent per candle an hour while gas
lights cost as high aa 082 ol a cent
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i The demonstration at the federal
z court house on Wednesday afternoon
the particulars of which are published
V J in another part cf the HERALD ia i a
now thing for Salt Lake We hope
the ecsne will never be rtenacted
Probably in the crowd not more than
half a dcsn were seriously bent on
4 punishing the degradtd specimen o i
huiraaity who had so narrswly I
escaped a Ions period in the Peni
tentiary but the few were enough to
have turned the many into a senseless
and reckless mob had the trembling
fellow in the marshals office up stairs
fl shown himself
Mobs and vigilance committees and I
impromptu tribunals for the sum
mary conviction and punishment
of offenders against society and
law have at times been
necessary ia some of the
western ats and territories but
there has never been occasion for
them in Utah or at least in this
I city Wmle the law has sometimes
been overridden and tramped under
fact the pcorl3 have ever felt that
the proper remedies for the cvla were
in legal proceedings and not in law
lessness Guilty parties have some
times escaped just punishment
through technicalities or otherwise
but the community has rightly held
that it was better for the lawbreakers
to go unwhipt than tor society to
become an offender against itae f and
a gross vioator of tho rules that it
had established for its proUction and
government
No one can fetl the least degree of
sympathy for tho man Morri
His ciiiao was ono tout ex
cite the abhorrence of the
human mind in its normal state
The beastly practices of the fellow I
and his cruelties to the homeless
weakling under his charge as ex
posed during the trial were shocking
ia the extreme A recital of the dis
gusting and painful story from the I
L witness eland would very naturally
arouse hot indignation against Morris
and all humane being would want
to have the fellow severely punished
The guilt of the accused being un
deniable tho public mind would
suffer indignation at tfea turning
loose of the defendant But the
escape is duo to the law and
to one of the wisest provi
sions in the statute book It
Is a provision that the people
cannot afford to find fault wlti nor
proclaim against even though it
fchouli occasionally permit a vile
creature like Morris to escape the
punishment ho EO richly deserves
Salt Lake wants no lynchings no
mobs no vigilance committees and
f any attempt to establish or organize
> any of those things must ba frowned
down
Rustlers
Yesterday Sir E Purdy who holds
o contract with the Utah and Northern
folks for transferring all the railroad
iron shipped from this point to the
terminus was notified by his men
whom he had employed by the piece
that he would have to pay an extra
eighth of a cent nor rail Mr Purdy
complied with their demand and
matters progressed smoothly again
until later in the day when a num
ber of box cars were run in for un
loading when they made a demand
far a eec nd increass similar to the
first on box carE only This time
proved one too many however and I
the gang was let out new bands be I
ing hired to fill their placee I
An average of twenty car loads of
Steel rails a day is forwarded it is I
said from Omaha to various points
on the Union Pacific Railroad
Fremont Grand Island Cheyenne
and Laramie to replace the iron
rails on this road The Union Pacific
has now over 700 miles of steel rail
and it will not be long before the en
tire track between Omaha jjnd this
city will be laid with steel
The largest emigrant trains ever
seen will arrive in our city from the
Golden Gate State eastward bound
on Friday and Saturday of this week
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LATEST TBIiEGIlAMS
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FORTYSIXTH CONGRESS
REGULAR SESSION
SENATE
Washington 10Tho vicepresi
dent presented the Presidents mes
sage transmitting the agreement be
tween the secretary of tho interior
and the Utes and recommending its
ratification Referred
Thurman reported adversely the
bill reimburing the states for the In
terest on war loans eta Calendar
Bayard from the judiciary re
ported favorably the House bill de
fining the terms of office ot chief
supervisors of elections Calendar
A bill and memorial were referred
which amend the Revised Statutes
concerning the navigston of steam
vessels
Nest opposed Thurmans motions
to refer to the judiciary committee
the remonstrance of Indian chiefs
against the establishment of a United
States court in Indian Territory He
with Garland thought it discourteous <
to the committee on territories to so
refer the protest
Edmunds favored the reference
Pending the discussion the morn
ing hour expired and consideration
was resumed of the Porter bill Mc
Donald contined his remark in sup
port of the bill He said tbq en
gagement in which the Iron Brigade
took part was on the the 28th asd
not the 29th as Carpenter slated
and was led by Gibson and Bragg
both of whom it was noteworthy
were warm friends of Porter ever
since The board of review hold that
tbo withdrawal of Porters force un
der Popes order on the 30th was the
beginning of the days of disaster The
board decide that Porter was bravo
and loyal in his obedience to orders
which his judgment derided He
quoted from coafederao reports to
show that McDowell and others had
confused dates and had reluctantly
been compelled to admit the fact
After McDowell had been forced to
retract his affirmations of Porters
rif > linniif > ntv how could he ever raise
his head again i I
Gjnkling asked if McDonald
charged McDowell with knowingly I
circulating false reports and then
admitting that he had done EO
McDonad said that if McDowell
was ignorant of the dates he was not
excusable for his ignorance
Logan and McDonald debated this
point at some length and Conkling
Enid he had heard injurious insinua
tions againtt McDowell until he
believed the debate was largely
directed against him and the part
he played in battle McDonald
was as much to blame for
not knowing the dato of the battle as
McDowell wa and he read from the
cross examination to show that
ATcDjwell had made a most gen
erous admission regarding Porter
McDonald still maintained that
McDowell was unwiling to do Porter
justice
Logan took the floor after McDon
ald finished and after rehearsing his
former points and fortifying them
said Porters friends virtually gave up
his case by making false charges
Randolph asked if Logan would
deny that Generals Ferry Schofielj
and Getty were the equals of any
other three generals in the army in
honesty and competence and
whether they did not declare Long
street was in front of Porter
Logan said no honest man except
he were believed could re ort as that
board did than 25000 men were In
front of Porter They made a
report not based on fact Of course
they were honorable men but no
more EO tbau Lincoln or the nine
men who convicted Porter
Garland hero introduced a resolu
tion referring to the committee of
the judiciary for report by bill or
otherwise this Porter question which
involved so many intricate points of
jurisdiction and the power of courts
Randolph hoped it would ha con
tinued without reference
Adjourned
MOUSE
Washington 10 Reagan a ked
and obtained leave to have printed
the following recoutren which he
WQuld offer as a substitute for the
resolutions of the committee on inter
oceanic canal
Eesolcid That while we recognize
the general interest of the whole
commercial world in a ship canal or
railroadacrots the isthmus connecting
North and South America and while
we will respect that interest if such
line of interoceanic communication
shall be established we declare that
aa the establishment of such line of
communication would practically
connect the Atlantic and Mexican I
Gulf and Pacific coast lines of the
United States as the United Sats
would have great local as well as gen
eral interest in the work in
common with other commercial
powers of tho earth and as the politi
cal control of each line of communi
cation would be vitally necessary to
her commercial interetta and to the I
preservation of her territorial integrity
and political independence she will
insist whenever and by whomsoever
such project shall be commenced on
such political control of it as will give
security to our commercial and
political interests
Wnilthorne chairman of the com
mittee on naval affaire reported a
joint resolution for the organization
of a beard of officers of the navy to
report upon the practicability of com
pleting the double turreted monitiors
Puritan Monadock Amphrite and Ter
ror Aereed to
Bills were passed on tho House
calendar appropriating 8300009 for
the relief of the poor in Ireland to
re tict Chinese immigration to pre
vent the removal of Indians from
the states into Indian Territory
Consideration was resumed of the
political assessment bill and the
House was addressed by Young of
Ohio
OhioA
A spirited personal debate ensued
between Conger and Dibrell because
tho former objected to a certain pen
sion bill which Dibrell wanted put
upon passage
Conger intimated that it was the
purpose of the bill to pension Jeff
Davis
Young of Ohio said that yesterday
House of Tennctee had insinuated
tho charge of fraud against General
Noyes present minister of France by
reading the testimony of McLinn
before the Potter committee which
undertook the stupendous job of
covering up the democratic leaders
frauds in their attempt to steal the
electoral votes of several states
Noyes had been in the front of battle
fighting for his country while the
men who attacked him had been in
the rebel confederacy councils or
commanding rebel battalions doing
their best to overthrow the govern
ment He disagreed with the civil
reform policy of the President to the
victors belonged the spoils House
had also attacked Sherman The
democracy had reason to fear Sher
man because he could not be in
timidated by democratic bombast or
rebel yells
Richardson opposed the bill as rob
bing a citizen for holding a political
faith not in harmony with the ma
jority of the House
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Hayes opposed the bill ai a high
handed outrage and gross infringe
ment upon tho rights of citizenship
Butter worth oOered substitute that
no person in tho employ of the United
States having clerks under hid con
trol shouli levy a political assess
ment except it were a voluntary one
and preventing members of Congres
and other persons from paying any
money for corrupt purposes or
influence for elect to Congress
also declaring that threats or menaces
for thirty days prior to election for
the purpose of preventing voting a j
misdemeanor Ho tbojgbt Congress
had better prevent illegal and violent
proceedings in regard to elections
than to deprive citizens of constitu
tional rights
HostEtter demanded the previous
question pending which the House
took a recess
Evening session for consideration of
the pension bills
WASHINGTON
The Ute and Other Questions
Washington 10thThe bill agreed
upon by tho House education and
labor committee to restrict Chinese
immigration was reported to thy
House tcday by Willis of Ken
tucky and under the newly adopted
rule was placed upon the calendar
for action as coon as it shall be
reached in its regular order There
are about twentyfive bills ahead of
it but a few that are likely to occupy
any considerable time and athough
the annual appropriation bills will
of course be given precedence over
the ordinary calendar business there
is no reason to doubt that this meas
ure will bo reached in ample time to
secure its passage during the present
session ns it will be remembered that
an exact copy of the socalled fifteen
passenger bill that passed both houses
of the last Congress except that the
cection upon which President Hayes
based his vetothe ono expressly pro
viding for the absolute abrogation ol
two articles of the Builmgamo treaty
is omitted
Secretary Schurz agreement with
the Utes is criticised by Senator Tel
ler of Colorado as one which pro
vides for a perpetuation of all the
evils of the reservation system with
out any of the advantages Of the
ownership of lands in severally be
cause although the Indiana are given
individual titles to the lands there is
no requirement that they shal live
upon theta aeparatsly He believes
therefore that they will continue to
herd together and their tribal re
lations will not ba disturbed
He citimates that under the
terms of this agreement tli3 Un
compabgne and Southern Utee will bo
entitled to absorb about 800000
acres and as they have the option of
selecting lands on the Grand River
nnd on LaPiata River either in
Colorado or across the border ia Utah
and New Mexico respectively He
is of the opinion that they will decide
to remain in Colorado and thereby
absorb practically all the agricultural
laud of the mining region that is
nominally relinquished for settlement
Teller says he intends to endeavor to
have Congress eliminate tais option
from the agreement and in support
of his effort he will show that in the
first United States treaty with the
Utes it was stipulated that they
should have no greater nor different
title to the lauds occupied by them
than they bad under the Mexican
government and the Mexican gov
ernment he claims never recognized
the Utes as having any titles what
ever as owners of the land
Senator Hill of Colorado on the
Other Hand warmly lavora the rati
fication of this agreement for the
reason that although it dOEs not
eflect everything that might be de
sired it is nevertheless in his opin
ion an extremely important step
in advance toward the settling
of the Colorado Indian problem
Hill believes that Secretary Shurz
has done everything he could to
secure the removal of the Utes from
Colorado and that he consented to
the provision which may allow some
of them to settle in severally in Colo
rado because he would otherwise
have failed to obtain any agreement
whatever furthermore be beliares
the commission who are to locate
them will readily impress them with
the fact that the best agricultural
lands in the vicinity of Grand River
are across the border in Utah and
that therefore very few Utes will
decide to remain in Colorado Hill
also remark that while be has
worked constantly to effect the total
removal of the thee from his state
he does not feel at liberty tD oppose a
measure which will practically result
in opening up 12000000 acres of
land to settlement Representative
Belford takes substantially the same
position on this question as Senator
HillThe
The motion submitted by Senator
Garland just before the adjournment
today to refer the Fitz John Porter
bill to the judiciary committee for re
port upon the intricate legal ques
tions involved reflects tie desire of a
considerable number of the demo
cratic senators especially southern
men to postpone action on the
bill until after the next election in
order to avoid what they beliEd will
be its injurious effects upon party
prospects The republican how
ever are entirely woll convinced that
the continuance of the present dis
cussion with the war echoes which
it is daily made to evoke will prc
mote their political prospects and they
will therefore oppose Garlands
motion and keep the bill before tho
Senate unless the democrat unitedly
decide upon the policy of pushing it
flyer
prominent member of Congres
tcday expressed the opinion that a
good deal of opposition will be mani
fested in the House against the
interoceanic canal committee joint
resolution which reaffirms the Mon
roe doctrine so vigorously In reply
to a question by whom this opposi
tion will be made he replied Why
by men of eense The resolution of
the committee is a declaration of
war We are in no poiit oa to hayo
a war with a foeign power Such a
war would be on water We have no
navy havent a ship which is i safe to
send to sea with an armament and a
crew We Lavent a gun in our
navy except on monitors which are
nut seaworthy that will piece an
inch iron plato The general be
lief is i however that the resolution
will be adopted by an overwhelming
majority
I Why Will Yon
Allow a cold to advance in your sys
tem and thus encourage more serious
maladies such as Pneumonia Hem
orrhages and Lung trouble when an
immediate relief can be so readily
attained Boscliees German Syrup
has gained the largest sale in the
world for the cure of Coughs Colds
and the severest Lung Diseases It
is Dr Boschees famous German pre
scription and is prepared with the
greatest care and no fear need be
entertained in administering it to the
voungeat child es per direction
The sale of this medicine is unprece
dented Since fir t introduced there
has been a constant increasing de
mand and without a single report of
a failure to do its work in any case
Ask your Druggist as to the truth of
these remarks Largo size 75 cents i
Try it and be convinced ja7 <
WESTERN
WHITE LEAD
Home Prediction
PURITY I GMfflEED
j
The Beet White Lead Now
Made in California
UNEQUALED FOR WHITE
NESS AND COVERING
POWER DURABILITY
AND FINENESS
e Do not confound the Western
White Lead with anyother California
brand Its superiority is beyond
comparison Sa a
The Western White Leal Company
have the plciiure to announce the
most complete succe of their brand
White Lead It is far superior to
any other Lain maie in Caifornia
Nothing but tho fiucst material is em
ployed and to care or expense will
be spared to maintain its prepent
high standard and reputaion
WESTERN WHITE LEAD will
not bo sold in competitionso far as
price is concerned with inferior
brands The manufacturers do not
ofler Western Lead as a lowpriced
brand They ofler it i ns the BEST
It is i in reality however tho cheap
est evan at higher cost because it
will go further lot k better and last
longer than any other California Lead
White Lead may bo perfectly PURE
and yet be POOR Unless made
from the very finest material and pre
pared wit the greatest skill and care
it will turn yellow or become other
wise discolored and will chulk or peel
off
Examine work a few month eld
which has not been finished with
prime Lead such as Atlantic or
11 Western and these defects will
bo apparent
WESTERN
WHITE LEAD CO
San Francisco
ATLANTIC
White Lead
PER tOe LIJ
Subject to Discount
FOR SALE BY
0 T MYNGLBS CO
No9 Front Street S F
WESTERN
White Lead
PER JQ Ln
Subject to Discount
FOR SALE BY
C T RAYNOLDS CO
I
No9 Front Street SF
PIONEER
White Lead
PER 6 2Q LH
Subject to Discount
FOR SALE BY
0 t T RAYNOLDS CO
I
No9 Front Street S F
CALIFORNiA
White Lead
PER 6 lie LB
Subject to Discount
FOR SALE BY
C T RAYNOLDS CO
No9 Front Street
SAM FRANCISCO
500 I
Q
IONEY TAIJIS NOV
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Notwithstanding the fact that
ONEER
WHiTE
LEAD
115 quotd at a much lower price
than other brands we will
GUARANTEE
It to be much Superior to
Any other Lead made
oa the
PACIFIC COAST
And aro prepared at our Office with
stlmIl of all brands of Lead
BloW Pipes Magnifying
GaBSei > etc to demon
strate beyond a
donbl that
tho
PION EE R
JH TE
l AD
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Whiter Finer Ground
and more Absolutely
Pare than any other
Brand of
WESTERN
WHIITE
LEAD
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fo prevent Painters being gulled by
unscrupulous dealers we requett
them to call and make any
test they may choose
before paying more
money for a
vattly
Inferior Article
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G F1 F CULMER
20 22 First South Street
AGE NT
For
Pioneer White lead Co
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Spring and Cummer
GOODS
Are Arriving Every Day in Immense Quantities
AT
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The Largest Lines of
Er11 BROIDERIES
LACES
LACLACE
LACE CURTAINS
ETCt ETC
Ever Brought to this City
OUR OVN BIPOBHTIONS DIRECT FROM EUROPE
Call and Examine our Stock it is the Largest and
Most Complete in the City
H S ELDEEDGffi Superintendent
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NOTICE
ALL PERSONS OWNING LAND
ALL
xi taking water from Parleys Onyon
Crook through the Titrnboto Water
pitches are hereby notified that a meet
ing will be hold on Friday March 19
1880 at 7 ocock pm in the Third
Ward SdiPolhotite for the purpoe of
Electing a Watermnter for the ensuing
year
JOHN GABBOTT
rail Watcrmnster
NOTICEI2
mHE SEMIANNUAL MEETING
THE the Stockholders of Zions Co
operative Mercantile Institution will be
held in the Council Houe in this city
on Monday April 5b 18S0 at 2 pm
for the transaction of such buiness as
may be brought before tho meeting
Stock transfer book will be closed on the
1st of March aid reopened on the 6th of
April next
Taos G VEBBEB
Secy nnd Trea
Salt Lnko City February 13 1830
m
l Always PRICESO
O
1 Spring Goods
ci Latest Styles
Standard Brands
n i s si
GEOI OIINFOAD
Boots Shoes and Slippers
I HcUi Caps and Gloves
1v For Gents Ladies
and Children
Largest Lines
Civ fr
iriS
Studebaler Wagons
Q
TUB WORLDS GREATEST WAGON
AND CARRIAGE WORKS
awecn 01
SMeMer Eros Maul Coy
South Bend Ind
ONE DOOR SOUTH Z CHI I
Salt Lake Oily Utah
Manufacturers ol
Ijlm Tno5rrhf and flnntnnr Wnrrnrn
mini iiuigui aim lJPUlIg TTUgUJ j
OARRRIACES
Buggies Phaetons
Asa
EVERYTHING WHEELS
F J P Pascoe Son i
Pioneer Perpetual Lima Kilcs
LIME
The best and cheapen in Utah A large tock
always on hand to fill orders for
PLASTERING AND BUILDING
Also Limo and Limeitons of the best
quality for Smelting purposes famished on
the shoitsst notice
BUILDING ROOK FOR SALE
Kilns first north of Bath Homo Addreu
F A PASCOE Sup
P 0 Box 973 Salt Lake City
mf
JOHN HAPI9A
Merchant Tailor
Opposite
ialkcr Bros Bank
He makes the Beat
and Cheapest D7 el
and Business Suits in
Salt Lake City
Give Him a Call
UAR1KQ AND REFAIE1XQ
StAlLS DCSE
23 Just Received a large stcck of
Pall and Winter Clothing
mull
BAIN WAGON DEPOT
AND
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE
I would now ask all those intending to buy Farm Implements or agoiisto
call and see the lot Improved and Latest Stock in the mrket comprising in part
Bain Wagons Champion Reapers and Mowers Tiger Hay
Rakes Triumph Grain Drill and Seed Sowers Randall Pulverizing
Harrow Oliver Sulky and Gang Plow Oliver Chilled Plows
Molina Plows Harrow Cultivators and Road Scrapers Hard
wood and Wagon Material Doors and Sash Pcrter SheetIron
Roofing
7JJA Full and Complete Stock of Good Goodsi
HOWARD SEBREE
mil Salt Like City Utah
NE7T GOODS
AT
OLD PRICES
lD Goldberg
Has now on hand A Large and Complete Stock of
SPRING and
SUMMER
CLOTHING
All Manufactured Before the Late
Advance in Goods
1HE LATEST STYLES OF
Gants Furnishing OOOOS
BATS
BOOTS and
HOSIER Y
WHICH I OFFER AT
OLD PRICES
To Clothing Dealers
Having manufactured my stock before the late advance in goods I am
in a position to supply the trade with NEW GOODS AT OLD PRICES
Merchants placing their orders for Spring and Summer Clothing with me
now can save from 25 to 30 par cent All orders sent wil receive prompt
and honorable attention
La GOLDBERG
Successor to
m2 L A GOLDBERG
WOOILWOOIL
Parties having Wool to dispose would do well to call on meas law
prepared to pay the
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH FOR WOOL
In large or email quantities Sacks and twine to tie fleeces farnieiJ
Firstclass Sheep Shears kept in stock
H B CLAWSON
Warehouse corner South and East Temple Streets rol °
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