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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
SATURDAY January 25 1690
THE DAILY HERALD is published every morn
ing Mondays excepted at THE HERALD Block
corner West Temple and First South streets
Salt Lake City by THE HERALD COMPANY
Subscription price in advance 81000 per an
num post paid
THE SEMIWEEKLY HERALD is published every
Wednesday and Saturday morning Price in
I advance 8300 per year six months 8175 post
paid
THE SUNDAY H ERALD is published every Sunday
morning Price in advance 250 per annum
post paid
SUBSCRIBERS will confer a favor by forwarding
information to this office when their papers are
nO promply received This will aid us to de
termine where the fault lies
ALL communications should be addressed to
THE HERALD
Salt Lake City Utah
CITY DELIVERY
By the year Invariably in advanceEOOO
By the menth 100
By the week 23
1 J T DUNBAR CO Circulators
Parties remoring from one place to another and
desiring papers changed should always gineformer
OK well present address
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t Entered at the Postofflce at Salt Lake City
Utah for transmission through the mails as
1 second class matter
A PROPHETIC SPEECH
Let the carpetbagger expelled finally
from every state in the American union
with the brand of disgrace stamped upon
bis brow lift up his head once more and
turn his face toward the setting sun Utah
beckons him to a new field of pillage and
fresh pastures of pilfering Let him pack
his gripsack and start The Mormons
have no friends and no one will come for
ward to defend or protect their rights A
returning board from whose decisions
there is no appeal sent out from the Amer
can Congress baptized with the spirit of
persecution and intolerance will enter
Utah to trample beneath their feet the
rights of the people of that faroff and ill
fated land Mr Speaker I would not place
a dog under the dominion of a set of carpet
baggers reenforced by a returning board
unless I meant to have him robbed of his
bone A more grinding tyranny a more
absolute despotism was never established
over any peopleHon John F House of
Tennessee in the House of Representatives
April IS 1SS2
GOVERNOR THOMAS POSITION
Some Federal agency should be author
I ized to appoint the following county offi
cers Selectmen clerks recorders super
intendents of district schools and assessors
ArUlur L Thomas
THE PEOPLES POSITION
I The basis of free government is the
right of the people to govern themselves
Peoples Party Declaration 6f Principle
COLONIZATION
NEPal October 2S 1SS9
O W Powers Esq
DEAR SmTbe bearer of this wants to
vote look after a job for him
JOHN WITBECK
TONY Levan Juab co Utah
A WARNING
Our election law is singularly plain and
concise in the matter of defining the quali
fications of voters and pointing out what
the individual must do in order to acquire
the right to vote He must take an oath
before the registration officer of his voting
precinct that he is over twentyone years
of age that he has resided in the territory
of Utah for six months then last past and
in the precinct for one month immediately
preceding the date of the registration that
he is a citizen of the United States that he
will support the constitution of the United
States and faithfully obey the laws
thereof and especially the EDMONDS and I
the TUCKEREDMUXDS acts in respect of the
crimes in said acts defined and forbidden
and that he will not directly or indirectly
aid or abet counsel or advise any other
person to commit any of said crimes
There can be no mistaking the reading
or intent 01 the registration anu voting
laws A violation of them must necessar
ily be willful it cannot occur through ig
norance if the person possesses ordinary
intelligence and exercises ordinary care
It is common talk that there have been
numerous and flagrant violations of the
registration law It is in everybodys
mouth that scores of men have been regis
tered who are not entitled to vote It is
publicly asserted that strangers spending
a few days in the city have been listed It
is alleged that employees of the Rio Grande
Western railway between this city and
Green river have been registered though
they are in no sense citizens of Salt Lake
never having resided here It is stated
that men who have not been here the
requisite six months but who expect to
make this city their home have taken the
oath and had their names placed on the
registration lst It has even been as
sorted that registraticn officers went over
the line of the Rio Grande Western road in
a special car and listed men who cannot
claim n residence in this city which has
never been their home and where they
have never owned a dollars worth of prop
erty and in which they have never even
labored
It will develop before election and at the
polls whether or not there is any truth in
these allegations It cannot as a matter
of course be ascertained just how much
or bow little of truth there is in them as
it will be impossible to run down every
suspected person whose name is on the list
and fix the exact time of his coming to
Utah and the date of his arrival at Salt
Lake as well as the period ot his sojourn
But the facts may be arrived at in many
cases and they will be reached with a
definiteness that cannot lau to astonish
and alarm those who are guilty
THE HERALD does not put forth this as a
threat for the purpose of frightening any
body but as a warning to all whose names
are not rightfully on the registration list
that in so far as it is possible the law will
be vigorously enforced and men who at
tempt to vote fraudulently will be prose
cuted to the fullest extent If it shall be
ascertained that a man has sworn that he
has been a resident of the territory six
months and of the city one month when he
has been here less time he will be pro
ceeded against for perjury and if he shall
attempt to vote he will be arrested and
prosecuted forviolation of the election law
If poor igncrant laboring men have been
duped into the belief that they will be
protected in the commission of fraud they
should at once come to their natural senses
and understand that they and not those
who have deceived them must suffer the
consequences of breaking the statute and
committing crime Only partisan and cor
rupt courts can stand between the guilty
and their punishment and we apprehend
that the local tribunals are as eager as pri
vate citizens to see justice meted out to
those who would undertake to commit the
awful crime against the community of car
rying the election by fraud
If half that has been charged regarding
the raristration is true and if a half of the
truth shall be developed there will occur
such a sensation hereabouts as has not be
fore been experienced It is to be hoped
the sensation will not come it is to be hoped
that those who have been wheedled into il
legal registration will show more respect
for the law and a higher regard for their I
personal reputations and safety and care
fully avoid the polls on election day and it
is also to be hoped that no oe will tempt
the prison by offering to vote in a name
other than his own
THE HOTELS arc given as the residence
of men whose names appear on the regis
tration list of tho Second precinct as fol
lows Cullen 41 Continental 2ij Walker
24 Clift 16 Metropolitan 13 all the
other hotels 16 Would it not be worth
the while of somebody to inquire at the
hotels named just for the fun of the
thing and learn how many of the listed
gentlemen are bona fide residents 1
A RIDICULOUS CLAIM
One of the laughable things brought out
by the municipal election campaign is the
claim that the Liberals will elect the next
Delegate to Congress That the talk is
reckless and at random is evidenced by the
fact that those who make it fix the election
for August when it will not occur until
November How idle is the claim will be
seen by a casual glance at the facts and the
situation At the last Delegate election
fifteen months ago the Liberals were 0
united as never before on their candidate
their nominee was the most pronounced
and thoroughgoing of all Liberals and was
heartily endorsed by every member of the
party there was an active and earnest
campaign the mining camps and
the Liberal strongholds being drummed
and stormed most vigorously and Salt
Lake and Ogden being worked for all there
was in them It was conceded by the
knowing members of the party that the
vote was very full in some districts reach
ing very nearly the total registration
The poles being closed and the votes can
vassed it transpired that there were just
3484 ballots for the popular Liberal nomi
nee in all this vast and populous territory
Nearly onefourth of these votes were cas t I
in a single mining camp
And how was it with the People Their I
nominee did not reach home from Wash
ington where he had been for almost a year T
until a few days before the election Nothing
in a campaigning way was done before his
arrival then there was no time for cam
paign work hence little if any such work
was attempted There was no organized
canvass and the meetings were I
to not more than half a dozen It may be I
said that the chief
campaign work con
sisted of a brief address issued by the can
didate from a sick bed a few days before
the opening of the polls The consequence
of the inaction was the calling out of only
a small percentage of the party voters and
yet the votes numbered 1012i Thll with
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out a campaign almost without effort the
Peoples candidate received over 74 per
cent of the total vote while the Liberals
with all their work and mustering their
strength in good style polled less than 26
per cent of the votes
Since 1SSS it is conceded that the Liberals
have increased but the increased is
con
fined almost exclusively to Salt Lake and
Ogden cities Elsewhere the party vote
has not grown perceptibly In one mining
camp there has been a slight increasd and
in others there has occurred a falling off
While the Liberal strength has increased
in Salt Lake and Ogden the
People have
grown in every county from Cache on the
north to Washington on the south and
have increased proportionately with the
Liberal growth in the cities named It is
doubted that the Liberals with a popular
candidate and after
a thorough canvass
will be able to poll 6000 votes in Novem
ber whilenobodj of
nobody intelligence will
ques
tion the ability of the People to give their
nominee fully 15000 ballots
However the Liberals would not le
like themselves if they did not make them
selves ridiculous by claiming things
A PIOUS POLITICIAN
It seems that our clerical friend the
Re hUT who is away on one of his
pious begging expeditions is giving va
riety to his pleas for cash by interspersing
a good deal of Liberal polities in his ser
mons or lectures or whatever he may call
his talks in the churches Last week he
was canvassing in Denver for money and
in the reports of his address we find many
peculiar expressions to come from the 1
mouth of a minister of the gospel in a I
Christian pulpit Speaking of the Liberal
victory in Ogden last February he asked
Do you wonder when we saw the rifts in
the clouds that we cried The Lord God
omnipotent reigneth even in Utah
The pious gentleman did not tell
his audience that soon after that
election which had brought forth
the glad shouts the United States marshal
had to step in over the officials who were
reigning as the Lord God onipotent
and enforce the law against gambling and
prostitution nor did he mention the
other fact that the Christian and decent
people many of them members of Mr
ILIFFS own church signed a paper endors
ing the of the
course federal marshal ap
plauding him for trying to purify the moral
atmosphere of the town that they might
continue to occupy their homes and
be members of the community He did
tell of one instant effect of this
election People brains and money poured
in And then he forgot to say that the
taxes were increased from two hundred to
five hundred per cent and many poor peo
ple were and are greatly distressed
thereby Nor did he say that at the suc
ceeding election only six months later the
disgust with Liberal rule had grown so
great that the party vote fell uff some hun
dreds Ho failed to mention that next
euruary Ule ciean ana reputable Liberals
of Ogden will join hands with the People
and drive their own party of extravagance
incompetency and misrule into retirement
Holding high his hands and shaking his
wavy locks the reverend gentleman
shouted1 Even Salt Lake has wheeled
into line and sent a thrill of joy through
the nation The present indications
are that on February 10 this
city will join the great ranks of
American cities and unfurl beyond the
Wasatch the
range American banner never
to be furled Now wouldnt the reverend
take it in out of the wet if it were raining
bard Without a thought of being offen
sive or casting a doubt or reflection ypon
any statement made by so good a man as
Mr ILIFF we will ask if he has never seen
the American banner unfurled this side of
the Wasatch 1 Does he expect to see that
banner unfurled here for the first time on
February 10 J Does the gentleman not
know that the banner was unfurled here
when he was a very small child if not be
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fore he came upon this earth and unfurled
by the people he goes abroad to slander and
villify
THE HERALD will be excused for making
one or two suggestions to the Reverend
ILIFF for we do it with the best possible
mocives One is that he should bear in
mind the cloth he wears when speaking
from the pulpit and the other is that the
American theory is that partisan politics
and his profession should have no connec
tion
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
MENTS
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The joint resolution introduc in the
House last month by Representative TAi
LOR of Ohio for the amendment of the
constitution of the United States in regard
to polygamy and polygamous association or
cohabitation between the sexes declares
that it is deemed necessary to so amend
the constitution The article is numbered
sixteen and is as follows
Section 1 The marriage relation by contract
or in faci between one person of either sex and
more than one person of the other sex shall be
deemed polygamy Neither polygamy nor any
polygamous association or cohabitation between
the sexes shall exist or be lawful iu any place
within the jurisdiction of the United States or
ot any state
Sec 2 The United States shall Dot nor shall
any state make or enforce any law which shall
allow polygamy or polygamous association or
cohabitation between the sexes but the United
States and every state shall prohibit the same
by law within their respective jurisdictions
Sec 3 The judicial power of the United States
shall extend to the prosecution of the crimes of
polygamy and of polygamous association or co
habitation between the sexes under this
article and Congress shall have power to
declare by law the punishment therefor
Sec 4 Nothing in the constitution or in this
article shall be construed to deny to any state
the exclusive power subject to the provisions 0
of this article to make and enforce all laws con
cerning marriage and divorce within its jurisdii
tion or to vest in the United States any power
respecting the same within Any state
On the 13th instant Representative
SPRINGER of Illinois introduced a joint
resolution providing for an amendment to
the constitution declaring that 1I The Con
gress shall have power to make a uniform
law of marriage and divorce It is not
believed that either of these proposed
amendments will be ratified by the neces
sary threefourths of the legislatures of
the several states provided they shall be
adopted by Congress and be submitted to
the states which is also doubtful The
majority of the people of the United States
are not willing to declare that polygamous
association or cohabitation between the
sexes shall be an offense punishable by
the United States They do not object to
the United States dealing with the busi
ness in the territories the Mormons only
being concerned but it is quite another
matter when it comes to applying the rule
to everybody Nor are the states inclined
to confess that they cannot manage the
subject of marriage and divorce within r
their respective jurisdictions It is not
surprising to find a Republican offering the
proposed amendment it being a part of the
Republican doctrine and aim to centralize
legislation and political power in the
federal government but it seems a little
peculiar that a prominent Democrat like
SPRINGER should desire to abridge tho
rights of the states in matters which are
purely local
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Canker Mouth and HeadAche With each
bottle there is an ingenious Nasal Injector
for the more successful treatment of these
complaints without extra charge Price 50
cents Sold by A C Smith Co
GREAT CLOSING OUT
Blanket Sale at
LIPMAX WALLERSTEIX Cos
For improved and economic
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Dishes Game Fish
etc Aspic or Meat
Companys Jelly Keeps perfectly
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BUILDING LOTS
On First West Street and Second
West Street and Ninth South
Street Salt Lake City
From 427
25 feet by 156 34 feet
Half cash and half in one year Thirty
dollars discount for cash
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THE NINTH ANNUAL BALL
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
IVIASCXIVIO i xn = n ARY
Under tho auspices of the Masonic Fra
ternity will bo given at tho
Grand Opera House
OX TUESDAY EVENING FEB 1 1890
Supper will be provided by lady patrons of the
Library Tickets including Supper tO
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WHITECAP WHITECAB 0
151 5 MAIN ST SALT LAKE CITY
Maps Plans Diagrams Bill and Letter Heads
Buildings Portraits Advertising Cuts Color
Labels Process Work Patent Articles Engraved
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Having secured a location for my Printing Office on GROUND
FLOOR at No 18 Commercial street near First South I beg to
state that my stock of Books Notions and Fancy Goods is for
sale and the Building 72 Main street for rent and fixtures for
sale This proposition will not probably be open longer than
February 5
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The New EAST SIDE Addition to Salt Lake City on the famous
slope of theEast Bench The centre of the best residence por
tion of Salt Lake City will soon be in the vicinity of Lincoln Park
Lo1s 1 S 10 400
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General Agent for Lincoln Park Park View and Buena Vista
Additions Real Estate Railroad Lands Utah Investments
SOI Main S1 e Salt kecitv Utah
F1U S Furs FutrS
Seal Work a Specialty Orders Promptly Filled
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Practical Furrier Fur Dresser and Taxidermist t Li
C0XX1p1 te LiX1e IX1
Sacques Coats Caps Gloves Boas Trimmings Etc
Of Seal Beaver Otter Lynx and all kinds of Imported and
Domestic Furs Carriage Robes Floor Mats
Stuffed Birds Animals Etc
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Cleaning Repairing and Altering law Furs Bought
sZZOS Iain Street Opposite Postoffice Salt Lake City I
3E O Ecz 1110 1
THE AIT LAI
Abstract Title Guaranty and Trust Company
FORMERLY HARVEY NEFF So CO
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CAPITAL 10O5OOOOO
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INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF UTAH TERRITORY
Makes Correct Abstracts of Tittle Showing All Errors
TITLES TO REAL ESTATE and MORTGAGES THOROUGHLY EXAMINED and INSURED
Insures against loss by Mechanics Liens and Decedents Debts Rents Boxes
latest improved Diebold in its Fireproof Vault and docs a Escrow Business
Acts as Executor Administrator Guardian Assignee Receiver etc etc and
Executes Trusts of every kind
Holding Trust Funds Separate from All Other Assets of the Company I
And retaining as counsel the attorney through whom the business comes
Collects Interest on Income and transacts all other business authorized by its i
charter Wills receipted for and safely kept without charge
JOSEPH U SMITH WILLIAM J HARVEY
President Denver Colorado VicePresident and Manager
JOHN W NEFF EDWARD W GENTER
Treasurer and Assistant Manager Secretary and Abstract Officer
Utah Cracker Factory
37 E THIRD SOUTH STREET
Manufacturer of tho Celebrated
HSilver Brand of Fine Crackers
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
801 < 1 by VVho1e8a1e Gro
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HIRSCHMANS DISSOLUTION SALE
Has been a big success Wo have disposed of our overstock with the exceptlon of
Gents Fine Handmade Shoes former price 850 and 900 reduced to 700 Also
tho best makes of Boys Girls and Childrens Fine Shoes at a big reduction in prices
Particular Extra High Cut Shoes also narrow widths j
We intend tocontinue to try and increase the sales in the future as we have in
the past month by selling a large quantity of Shoes with small profit We hope that
our many friends anl othprs will still continue to patronize us as our intention is to sell
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0 At a much smaller profit than any other dealer
HIRSCHMANS 106 i I Main St
P SOur mail orders will receive promp attention as in the past
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
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FIUERBACII BRO
i Our stocktaking completed we find we have o many
Winter Goods
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Clearance Sale I i
1 lot of 40inch Ladies Plush Coats from 20
2450 and 40 to 30 to 15 2250 to 1730 333 to S20 S30 3 to
Hot each of Ladies Plush Modjeskas at equally heavy reductions
A few stylish Plush Capes 15 to 750 and 10 to 5
llot each of Lallie and Misses Ncmar1tets the
very latest
designs at extra large
reductions viz frOnt 35 to 25 24 to 18 15 to 10 750 to 14 etc etc
Chidrells Cloaks and Ulsters reduced to 225 250 3 and Upwrds
33
cent less than regular prices fully 33M per
1 lot of long Fur Boas and Muffs at 75c each
F lot of long Fur Collars at 25c each I 1 I Come early I I
1 lot of Ladies Skirts
Woolen Hoods Fascinators Infants Plush and Silk Hoods at
prices to sell at sight They must go I
1 lot each of Ladies and Misses Woolen Hose lOc and 15c a reduced from 25c
1 lot of Misses Silk Hose reduced from 75c to 45c a pair
1 lot of Ladies Silk Hose reduced from Sl3o to 75c a pair r
1 lot of Childs Tam OShanter Caps only Inc each
1 lot of Childs Handknit Leggins worth SI at 45c a pair
1 lot of Ladies and Childrens Woolen Boas at lOc loc and 25c Positively worth
double the price
1 lot of Colored Chuddahs at 35c reduced from SOc
1 lot of Colored Cashmeres at 25c regular price Kc
1 lot of allwool 54iniih Ladies Cloth Patterns at 350 worth 6
1 lot of French Dress Patterns in choicest styles ranging from 5730 to 0250 Great
bargains
1 lot each of allwool doublewidth Suitings at 30c reduced from 45c and at 45c re
duced from 65c
1 lot of Fancy Flannels reduced from 50c to 35
1 lot of Wool Linseys reduced from 25c to 15c 0
1 lot earh of Silk Velveteen and Dress Goods at half actual value
1 lot of Heavy Flannels reduced to 12 > c loc 20c and 25c
1 lot of Fancy Furniture Plush at loc reduced from 30
500 Shawls ranging from 75c to 1750 onethird less than regular price
1 lot each of Bull Table Covers at 25c flOe Sic J3c and 12o Each worth 50 per
cent more
1 lot each of Turkey Red Table Covers at 33c 55c 70c SOc and 115 All below the
lowest prices ever made before
1 lot each of German Houses Linen Table Covers three sizes C3c 75c and 1
2 lots of HoneyComb Towels 50c and TOe per dozen
3 lots of Turkish Tidies at halfprice 15c 20c and 25c each 0
All our Boys and Childrens Overcoats latest styles and best material positively as
eastern cost ranging from 275 to 1350 each
1 lot each of Boys Knee Pants 15c 25c 35c 50u 53c and upwards
1 lot each of Boys Long Pants 110 sum 175 and upwards
1 lot each of Boys Short Pants Suits tile 90c 125 183 225 275 and upwards
Come early while sizes are complete
1 lot each of Youths Suits 3 325 3375 450 and upward
1 lot of UnlaundriedShirts at 40c each
Many other bargains will make it the most attractive bona
frf fide f fof sale ever offered in this city
COME AND BE CONVINCED
OrL e JP1L ice to A 1
FAUERBACH BRO
7TM1 Shoe Factory
The Best
The Cheapest
And Home = made
All Styles Varieties and Prices j
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A Importers and Breeders
In the West of
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SHORT HORN AND HOLSTEIN CATTLE
Visitors cordially welcomed Correspondence
invited Stock for sale at all times at low prices f
and on easy terms Call and examine our Horsea
and Cattle
Box 17 Provo City Utah
The Rock Springs Coal Co
AGENCY
Have on hand at all times a stock of their Celebrated
Rocl SpriJt1gS9
Peacock Lurril Os
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This is all from the No1 vein of the Celebrated Excelsior Mine
NO SOOT NO ROCK
Also Pleasant Valley and Weber Coals
Office 0 101 S Main Street in GodbePitts Drug Store i
A j TI s Agent
E A H Batcheller Co
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS SHOES and BROGANS
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