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I f kE SALT L9E HERALD + WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 1890 I i to
IIIE H RRALD
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
VEDXCSADY April 161 1690
THE DAILY HEIIAUJ is published every morn
Ing Mondays excepted at THE HERALD Block
corner West Temple and First South streets
Salt Lake City by THE HERALD COMFAXY
Subscription price in advance 81000 per an
num post paid
THE SEitxVTEEKLY HERALD is published every
Wednesday and Saturday morning Price in
advance 300 per year six months 8175 post
paid
THE SUNDAYHERALD published every Sunday
morning Price in advance EJDO per annum
postpaid
StJBSCtUBEns 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 advmcelOOO >
By the month 100
By the week 25
J T DONBAK Cp Circulators
Parties removing jrom one place to another and
fcxring papers changed should always giveformer
an mil as present address r
Entered at the Postofllce at Salt Lake City
Utah for transmission through the malls as
cond class matter
CEiNTRALlZATION AND THE SUPREME
COURT
Tho decision of the supreme court of
the United States in the NEAGLE matter
illustrated quite distinctly the difference
between Republican and Democratic prin
ciples There are two members of the
court who are Democrats the others being
Republicans The chief justice and Justice
t LAMAR true to their Democratic creed and
to the underlying principles of human free
dom dissented from the majority or Re
publican opinion of the court and asserted
that murder committed under the jurisdic
tion of a state Is punishable by the laws
of that state They believe in such
B construction of the constitution
as shall leave the largest possible
measure of freedom to the state and by
parity of reasoning to the people of the
state the majority of the court in accord
ance with its predilections for centraliza
tion of power for a government which
shall be strong at tho comparative sacrifice
of human liberty and the partial destruc
tion of the right of local selfgovernment
broadly construes the federal authority to
be wide enough to punish a man who vio
lates the laws of a state by slaying
one of its citizens We regard this
an an extremely dangerous position It is
argued by the court that the constitution
directs that the President shall take care
that the laws are faithfully executed that
the law requires an associate justice of the
supreme court to go on the circuit that
the act of the prisoner having been com
mitted in pursuance of the law of the
United States he cannot be guilty of a
crime under the laws of the state of Cali
fornia that the circuit court therefore
had authority to release him on a writ of
habeas corpus The minority very logic
ally reply to this by saying that Judge
FIELD was being protected as a private cit
izen and that his official position did not
enter into the question TEUUY sought the
man not the court The dissenting justices
say that if the United States has authority
to release IVVGLE onlhabeas corpus it would
ha e fca 1 authority to try TEUUT for mur
der bad he killed Judge Field
There are many other provisions of the
constitution that may be made the basis of
a similar claim In fact it may be said that
all of our personal rights and liberties are
secured to us by the constitution certainly
It is true that no state can deprive us of
for instance the right of trial by jury or
abridge the right of free speech or perse
ute us by bills of attainder or ex post
facto laws all these things would be in di
rect violation of the constitution of the
United States and of the laws made to so
sure to us these heritages of freedom
Would our supreme court hold that murder
r done in attempting to enforce or to prevent
the exercise of these rights of all our
rights in fact is cognizable alone by the
I Federal courts So then the federal au
thority is getting wide enough to suit the
most earnest Republican with monarchial
tendencies It has been truly said that the
f most advanced federalist of the last cen
tury would be the foremost of states
rights Democrats of today so far have
theories of centralization advanced beyond
his sense of patriotism
A XKflRO ran for the council in Kansas
Dity on the Republican ticket and on the
sountup it was found that he had the
smallest number of votes cast for any man
3a either ticket Only negroes voted for
him and some of these voted for the Demo
crat in preference
TIm RECKONING
At the election in Butte on Monday the
Democrats carried the city choosing the
mayor and six of the seven aldermen The
only Republican elected had a majority of
three There was but one issue before the
people and that was whether or not the
citizens would sustain the action of the
canvassing board in throwing out the re
turns from the tunnel precinct Butte is
In Silver Bow county and the throwing
out of the tunnel precinct last fall
gave the county to the Republi
cans and the United States Senate
Is about to seat two Republicans whose
right to the places depended entirely upon
the vote of the precinct named The citi
tens of Butte have shown what is their
opinion of canvassing board and of the
Senate They have rebuked the fraud and
heft by which the minority is made to
represent the new state in the upper house
jf Congress This was predicted when the
teal was perpetrated Western people
snow how to punish for political crime
We will be disappointed if at the general
election in the autumn the Democrats do
not sweep the state and thus teach the con I
spirators and scoundrels of the opposition
that it will not do to deny the lawfully ex I
pressed will of a majority The reckoning I
will be so terrible that the Republicans 1
will never recover from its effect but
will hereafter occupy the second place in I
Montana politics And the Republican
party of the nation will also be taught a
lesson The party admitted the state only
because it expected to strengthen itself in
the Senate and the electoral college but it
overreached itself and then set out to ac
complish its purpose by robbery and the
denial of rights It was a desperate game
and the President had to step in to help the
conspirators which he did by a hasty pro
clamation of admission before ho had re
I ceived official notice of the observance of I
the legal formalities
But the rebuke and punishment follow
speedily Butte has given in her verdict I
and the state will follow at the first elec
tion Montana being thereafter proudly
Democratic Tho good work has begun I
THOSE wile predicted that President
CLEVELAND would prove a failure as a law
yer are as bad prophets as were those who
said he would not make a good President I
His income is not less than 25000 a year
and he refuses much business Everything
of such a character that political capital
could bo made of it he declines as he does
all cases which would involve his going
into court He will be financially and in
his record well prepared to make the race
in 1892
AN UNWISE CIRCULAR
We respectfully suggest to the secretary
of the chamber commerce that it is pos
sible to let enthusiasm run away with
judgment that there is such a thing as
ouerdoing A good many citizens have re
ceived copy of the following
SALT LAKE CHAMBER or COMMERCE
April 12 1S90
MrMY
MY DEAR SmI am not writing frequent
letters to you and the numerous other property
owners and business men of Salt Lake city for
the purpose of annoying but I am in terrible
earnest in my efforts to bring the interested
parties whom I address to a full realization of
the imminent peril of the present real estate
market and general business of the city
Not for the purpose of proclaiming publicly
or when it might reach ears for which it is not
intended I want to impress upon you all the
gravity of Salt Lakes present and threatened
Condition
There is no need of arguing the fact that
unless something is done immtdlalely done
thoroughly and done on a large scale so that it
may be effective Salt Lake will forever lose the
opportunity of all opportunities in her history
This is not a matter to bo dispelled from your
mind but is for you to think over between now
and Monday
It would be business folly for the chamber of
commerce with its present membership to un
dertake these things which it has in immediate
contemplation and unless the membership is
increased to five or six hundred in the present
month those things cannot be done which if
done NOW will surely right the present situ
ation I trust you will fill out and return by
next mail the application blank for membership
which I mailed you a few days ago without
waiting for a personal appeal from the mem
bership committee Yours truly
HANK K GILLESPIE Secretary
Now what imminent peril is the real
estate market and general business m that
Mr GILLESPIE should be in such terrible
earnest to bring interested parties to a
realization of the situation Tho general
business of this city is in a healthy satis
factory condition The bankers the mer
chants the contractors and builders and
the working people are all content with
things They are all making money or in
a fair way of doing so the outlook being
as bright and promising as could be de
sired
As to the real estate market it is in a
healthier condition than has existed for
the past year There may be less specula
tion than prevailed a few weeks ago and
< there is not so much buying and selling
but prices are firm and purchases are made
with better judgment than formerly The
chamber secretary may think it will be
better for tho city if people will go reck
less and wild gambling in dirt as they do
in speculative stocks and with cards and
it is possible that it is that sort of thing
which he is uin terrible earnest to bring
about If to right the present situation
means to change the present safe march
of progress for reckless and unsubstautial
booming then Mr GILLESPIE and the
chamber if he speaks for the latter will
best serve the city by letting things move
along as they are going
Frankly the circular letter quoted herein
is a most unwise promulgation and ought
never to have been sent out It is a sug
gestion to our own people that things are
going wrong and that prompt and heroic
efforts are necessary to right them and it
is notice to the world that Salt Lake is
in a desperate way and can only be relieved
by some expensive and selfsacrificing no
tion on the part of her citizens If Mr
GILLESPIE is going to write in this vein the
chamber of commerce will do well to ap
point a revision committee to look over his
manuscripts
THE PRESIDENT has made a wise desig
nation we believe in naming Mr E B
CHITCHLOW as assistant United States at
torney for this territory It is a home ap
pointment tho nominee having resided
here for nearly twenty years He didnt
come with a gripsack in one hand and a
federal commission in the other as was the
case with most of those who have held the
government offices in Utah Furthermore
he is an able young lawyer and by his
own efforts and through his own ability
has worked himself up to an enviable posi
tion at the bar Of course Mr CRITCIILOW
is a partisan but his politics is not of the
rabid variety He is able to see that
those who do not agree with him have
I
rights which ought to be respected Above I
all he has a clean personal record which I
cannot be said of some who have occupied
positions in the federal service TUE HER
ALD will be disappointed if it cannot con i
scientiously say good words of Mr CIIITCH I
LOW when he retires from the place to II I
which he has just been appointed
AND STILL the awful dust fills the air I
while a river flows through the city to
waste all the tim Somebody should get
a move on before the community is
smothered
THE ANNOUNCEMENT comes that the
Hartford company one of the largest
carpetmanufacturers in the country has
reduced the pay of its operatives and in
creased their hours of work from fifty
four to sixty per week One reason for
this action is the depression in the carpet
trade and another is the proposed increase
of duty on carpet wools Everything
seems to operate against tho poor laborer
THEY RUN to extremes in St l ouis Only
a few years ago prostitution and gambling
were licensed in that city and therefore
under police protection Last week a St
Louis judge charged a grand jury that
those who give progressive euchre par
ties are guilty of an infraction of
the law forbidding gambling and he in
structed the inquisitors to indict not only
those who gave the parties but those who
played
THE GRAND jury is in session and will
doubtless do its duty well There is an
impression abroad in the community that
there was some illegal registering for the
late municipal election in this city and
that it should be investigated The grand
jury could not be better equipped for this
work than it is for no man in the commun
ity knows better how and by whom this
illegal registration was done if there were
illegal registration than Mr H S Mc
CALLUM a member of the jury You dil
not get the street supervisorship as you
expected Mr MCCALLUM but you can yet
earn fame and your just reward by telling
the grand jury all about the modus opcrandi
of registering of Salt Lake voters who live
at Price Pratts Siding and Lower Cross
ing on the Rio Grande Western railway
IF ALL that is said concerning the gam
bling dens is true Salt Lake will soon be in
a condition as bad as that which existed in
Ogden when the United States marshal was
compelled to interfere to enforce the law
Let us hope that the marshal will not find
it necessary to repeat his Ogden doings in
Salt Lake
RICH CARPETS
beautiful line at Dinwoodeys 4
DRINK
LION
COFFEE
A TRUE COMBINATION OF
Mocha Java and lo
A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR
Picture Card Given
WITH EVERY POUND PACYACE
LION COFFEE
When you buy your Groceries try a
package LION COFFEE It is the
best in the United States made up from
a selection of Mocha Java and Rio
properly blended and is conceded by all
to make the nicest cup of CofFee in the
land For Sale Everywhere
Woolson Spice Co Manfrs 9
KANSAS CITY Wlo TOLEDO O
EERCHAXTS WRITE fOUR JOBBER FOR PRICES
23 LOTS 23
ONLY
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18 5o
And now come the ladles In a mighty throng
rushing Into the office of tho
66 Original Greene
AT
2 4 M 11I Sto 9
NEAR THE CLIFT HOUSE
Each one determined to buy 5 or 10 Lots at the
lowest prices and sell again when the top is
reached if we get to tho top this summer
Everybody lnows that the Ladies ao
Shrewder Speculators
Than the men Last week many ladies called
This week many hundred more will be in Tho
offer of
Lots at 1875 Each
Is for the one week only commencing Monday
April 14th and ending April 19th Saturday
Every day from 0 I a in top 1 m except Satur
day when the sale closes at 3 p in Next week
Up Goes the Price
Watch for the big jump In the price It is
coming soon
For each lot you purchase at the special ad
vertising price you must introduce someone to
our office If you reside out of the city fiend >
two names for every lot you purchase We want
to send out our maps etc
If you want to sec how many people can be
squeezed into one small office call at No 274
Main street any day We are always busy
If you believe the title is bad the lots too far
from the postoflicr the ground wet and covered
with alkali or any of the many tales of woe
and depression retailed by rival agents who do
not have the honesty to let the buyers share
profits with them or the personal ability to push
a great enterprise to the successful issues
which the Great TransJordan Syndicate lire
meeting with do not come to our office but
leave these lots for those who have the wisdom
to investigate for themselves You will be try
nr to buy some of these lots at 300 apiece
before Tall You people who hearken to our
enemies wouldbe competitors are the very
ones off whom we shall eventually mako our
money
These advertising lots will be sold only for
cash ana all lots
I1l8t be Paid for
When Selected from the Maps
in the Office
The title to the lots is absolutely perfect To
every caller we give a map and other printed
matter To Over purchaser copy of
Abstract
Title Insurance Policy
and Warranty Deed
Bear in mind that hundreds of the best citi
zcns of Salt Lake now own lots in tho same
platThe
The large list of the past weeks purchasers
will appear hereafter as the printers have
rushed us so for copy that we have not had time
to write out and revise our list
We cannot sell so cheap again Next week
the prices go up again Do not delay buying
too longExtensive
17 Extensive improvements are under way
HEADQUARTERS
No 274 Main Street
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H I Greenes Office
The ORIGINAL GREENE
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Vi 5 MAIN ST erns tsxa city
Maps Plans Diagrams Bill and Letter Heads 1
Buildings Portraits Advertising Cuts Color
Labels Process Work Patent Articles Egraved
CHEAP ACREAGE
20 acres southeast of penitentiary at 350
per acre
CS acres southwest of city at 250 per
acre
51 acres southeast of penitentiary at 325
per acre
14 acres south of city at 1050 per acre
319 acres in section 18 west of city at 45
per acre
160 acres west of city at 100 per acre
80 acres south and east section ii6 at 100
per acre
10 acres south half of lots 11 and 12
block 45 section 20 at 1200 per aero
5 acres south of city at 1300 per acre
35 acres west of city near in at S450 per
acre
20 acres south of city plat A at 500 per
acre
Several acre lots close in from 1000 to
2000 per acre besides a large number
of pieces justtho thing for plattingalso
a number of corner lots and small building
sites for sale Call and see us at
I 42 WEST SECOND SOUTH STREET
II NO VLDEN s Co
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I Business Property
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OxETnirD BLOCK west of Main street 35
I feet by 125 feet 200 per foot
BUILDING LOCATION I half block from Main
street 14SK feet by S2 > r feet 41 per
foot
ONE BLOCK west of Main street 33 feet by
I
165 feet at 200 per foot
THREE AND A HALF blocks from Main street
S2 > feet by 1G5 feet 300 per foot
MAIN STUEET 24 ft x100 ft 1500 per foot
SIXTH SOUTH STREET55 ftx65 5100 per
foot
FULLER YOUNG
R y K t THOMAS
26 28 SO 32
East First South St
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Respectfully invites all his old patrons
and friends to call on a him at his new
quarters Purchasers will obtain all
the advantages of selecting from a
Large Stock at Lowest Prices in a
perfectly lighted store In the base
ment six counters are devoted to Bar
gains where my country friends will
be able to buy goods at about half
their value
t
RoK Thomaso
The Security Abstract Co 1
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2 IS NOW PREPARED TO
Furnish Abstracts of Title to Real Estate
In all parts of Salt Lake County with dispatch and
Guaranteed Accuracy
Office in Basement Under Deseret National Bank
ELEPEION TID ISTO 91 J C JENSEN Manager
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Be sure to call and see the Large and Varied Selections of
All Kinds of
CHRPeTS
l i A FINE ASSORTMENT OF I
WALL PAPER I
4 j 1 JUST ARRIVED I
A Large J Stock of Baby Carriages
Just ReceiVed at
P w A1tADSENS 9
G1 and 33 E First South
Fraser Chal1Jr1ers9
MINING MACHINERY
L C TRENT GEN WESTERN MANAGER No 7 W SECOND SOUTH STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
Builders and Dealers in All Kinds of Machinery 1
ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS
Engines Boilers Saw Mills
QUARRY DRILLS WELLBORIM L MACHINES DIAMOND CORE DRILLS
WATER WHEELS LOCOMOTIVES STEAM MOTORS
Sole Western Agents for TYLER WIRE WORKS Double Crimped Mining Cloths
iStndebaker Brosiallfg g Co
Carriage Repository 33 and 35 Main Street and Branch House corner State
Road and Second South Street
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The Finest Carriage Display in the Territories
Light and Heavy Wagons In I EYory Style that Is Made
Vehicles for Public and Private Use in All Varieties and Prices
ALSO AGENTS FOB
The IMteley Champion and Piano Harvesting Machines and Extras t
J I Case Threshers HorsePowers Engines and Hills i
Weir Morrison MeM and South Bend Plows Hay Rages
Praz1 r Road Carts mad ECeunexe ai0 of All Kindle
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICES
SPENCER KIMBALL
HEADQUARTERS FOR iik
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Custom Work and Repairing
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ing a Specialty
pOL23 AGENTS FOR
LAIRD SCHOBER MITCHELL and JAMES A BANNISTER
DAVID JAMES CO
TINNERS PLUlBERS 1 l
Gas and Steam FittersM1
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Dealers in Plumbing Material Pumps Pipes and Fittings
Steam Heating Supplies Tin and Iron Roofing Galvan
ized Iron Cornice Guttering Garden Hose and Lawn
Sprinklers Water Filters Etc
No 6 ain street
A FISHER BREWING CO
The rapidly growing trade of our Lager Beer shows what can be one with Utah Barley
Imported Hops and NO SUBSTITUTES
Special Terms Given on Carload Lots i
Quality Guaranteed All Orders receive careful attention City trade supplied on orders left a i
Tufts Nystroms Hill Trewhela L Walls Fisher Beer Hall and at the Office
A FISHER B 1EWTG CO
OMce Corner Second South and Third West Streets Telephone
Brewery Telephone 2S5
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Represent the Clothing Enterprise of this city with a proud showing With a stock of
2oO000 and an unlimited capital to back it such an enterprise will surely find but few
equals in America Wo are ablo to fit out every man or boy in Utah We manufacture
clothing to fit every one the illshaped and the proportionate build Artistic cuts of
suits to fit the extra fat man or the long slim youth
O tir Panta1oon Depart nent
Contains curious sizes such as 50 waist and 27 inches in seam to fit the stoutest and 31
waist and 83 inches in seam to fit the tallest of men
IB Mens Mailings f Hats or Shoes
We carry the most extreme sizes known to those who find it difficult to obtain their
sizes elsewhere In brief we can suit and fit every shape and pocketbook
le Quote Prices Precisely as they are in tie East tjJ
You pay not one cent more for your goods bought of us than you would pay fort
similar goods bought in the heart of the eastern markets
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100 Invested with Us Equals 150 Elsewhere t
5 SQO < BUYS I I
An elegant working suit of light or dark
Cassimere wool cloth strongly made up
and well trimmed The same suit sells
everywhere at not less than 900
10 BUYS
A Sunday suit of black or figured worsted
stylishly made and trimmings to match
Every stitch sewed with silk The same
garment sold elsewhere at 1500
1300 BUYS
Choice of a collection of our 1000 different
patterns of checked figured or striped
all wool cassimere cheviot or worsted
business suits suitable for the merchant
as well as the banker stylishly made
well trimmed bandworked button holes
and a perfect fit guaranteed You cant
touch a similar suit elsewhere for less
than 2500
2000 BUYS
A beautiful Evening Dress Suit in either
Sack or Frock style silk trimmings and
of imported material Such a garment
must be seen to be appreciated merch
ant tailor make up and of a general
tempting appearance Sold everywhere
for i the linestin the house for as high
as 3000
2cOO BUYS
Choice of Goldsmith Cos best or in
other words anything you choose on
our clothing tables This is surely the
best offer of the season Here and there
you will find lovely suits custom made
of imported suitings and imported drap
ings grand patterns in fact as a fin
ished garment its equal cant be found
in the average merchant tailor store in
this city They contain Sack Frock
Prince Albert Prince Charles etc
Marked in plain figures as high as 3500
Not sold elsewhere Surely none like
em anywhere in this city at any price
130 BUYS
A Boys Suit of good strong material
nicely made up and well flitting Price
elsewhere 250
300 BUYS
An elegant Boys School Suit novel pat
terns and of the latest make up A per
fect fit for every age Pour dollars would
be the price elsewhere
400 BUYS
A handsome fitting Jersey Suit in brown
or blue to fit the stout as well as the
delicate of boys Look at them before
you pay more money for same elsewhere
aOO BUYS
An all wool suit of the best of materials
and positively the latest of make up from
the eastern market larger stock never
exhibited before You may take choice
of at least 100 different patterns for tha
above quoted low figures +
7 O BUYS
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A Youths Suit from 13 up to 19 years old
of good wool material and fashionably
made up Everyone familiar with any
establishment will acknowledge that w <
are leaders in this particular branch
1000 BUYS
A 1500 suit sold everywhere A nobbs
Sunday Suit of extra quality serge lin 1
ings and hand worked buttonholes We
are ready to fit all comers in that suit ha
he a boy of ordinary size or a fullgrown
youth
200 Buys
A good honest madeup Shoe in laces or
buckle screwed bottoms and a white
oak sole You pay in any shoe store foi
the same shoe 300
300 Bt1Ys
A guaranteed Calf Shoe sewed in either
lace button or Congress gaiter a nobby
dress shoe and comfortable Els where
450
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Shingles Sash Doors and All Kinds of Fencing a
THE BURTONGARDNER COMPANY
UPTOWN OFFICE Opposite Theatre East Telephone
YARD Corner First East and Eighth South Streets
GEORGE R Q DUNN COj
Contractors for Steam Heating Apparatus in the following sys
tems Either in High or Low Pressure or Indirect Special at
tention given to Job Work including Plumbing and Gas Fitting
203 West Temple Street One Door South Old Eagle Foundry i
Salt Lake City tr Utah Territory
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