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THE HRRALiD
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
SATURDAY December G 1600
THEDAIIY HERALD s published every morn
Inp Mondays excepted atTnEHraAU Block
corner West Temple and First South streets
Salt Lake City by THE HERALD COMPANY
Subscrlptlpn price in advance 11000 per an
cum postpaid
5TnrSEMiWKEKijT HERALD is published eve
Wednesday and Saturday morning Price i
advanos NJOO per year six months 8175 post
paid
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morning Price in advance > 8260 per annuu
postpaid
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Information to this office when their papers are
This Trill aid UI to determine
received
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termine where the fault lies
All communications should be addressed1
THE HERALD
Salt Lake City Utah
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URELY a vegetable compound
PURELY entirely of roots and herbs
gathered from the forests of
Georgia and has been used by million
of people with the best results It
CRES
All manner of Blood diseases from the
pestiferous little boil on your nose to i
the worst cases of inherited blood I
taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism
Catarrh and
SKI A Cfl CER
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free SWIFT SPECIFIC Co Atlanta Ga >
Wm J Lemps St Louis Beer
Beer in Cases to Families 2 dozen quarts
425 per case rebate of 100 on return of
case Special Prices to tho Wholesale
Trade
LEAVE OUDEKS AT THE
RESORT SALOON
278 S Main or Telephone 341
BOTTLING WORKS Third West and Eighth
South Telephone
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ALOXZO YOUNG A D YOUNG
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Real Estate
General Commission
AND
Conveyancing Agents
Office Under Zions Savings Bank
THE HAMMOND
TYPEWRITER
ATYlEWRITER
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The Universal Hammond has Remington
Keyboard Send for circulars
iv M MCALLISTER b co
S2 Main Street faaltoLake City
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
ATTORNEYS
SHEPARD GROVE SIIEPARD
T ERSROOMS 49 AND 50 WASATCH
LA building Salt Lake City
RICHARD W YOUNG
A TTORNEYATLAW
jOL Herald Building Up Stairs
WILBUR WEEKS
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORSAT
ATTORNEYS 456 W Second South street
FRANKLINS RICHARDS
A TTORNEYAT LAW
ix 49 Main Street Hooper k Eldredge Block
JOHN M CANNON
TTORNEY AT LAW 49 MAIN STREET
ATTORNEYAT r dgc block
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A TTORNEYATLAW OVER UTAH COM
hi mercial and Saving Bank 24E First South
S W DARKE
A TTORNEYATLAW LAND ATTORNEY
ATlORNEYATLAW
0 Room 6 Culmer Building Salt Lake City
EDWIN W SENIOR
T AND ATTORNEY SALT LAKE OFFICE
JU CC 67 and 63 Culmer Building First South
MAURICE M KAIGHK
A TTORNEYATLAW ROOMS 4 56 TRIbune
ATTORNEYATLAW
o buns building corner WestTemple 2d So
JAS H flOYLE
t ITTCHNEYATLAW 49 MAIN STREET
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1l Hooper Eldredge Block
W E MENAKY
TTORNEYATLAW PROGRESS BUILD
J3L ing Fpurth floor
JD SUTHERLAND
A TTORNEYATLAW
ATTORNEYATLA Block
F E BARKER
A TTORNEYATLAW NO 212 MAIN
XX street upstairs
STENOGRAPHERS
F E MGURRIN
ALL KINDS OF SHORTHAND AND TYPE
OL writing Progress building Dealer in
Remington typewriters and supplies
DENTISTS
DR T THOrrAS
ENTAIL PARLORS HERALD BUILDING
LB KEYSOR
ALL KINDS OF DENTAL WORK ROOMS
B 1 2 3 lirst floor ScottAuerbach building
MUSICIANS
PROF ANDRE INTERPRETER
M LANGUAGES AND FENCING
III 43 E Second South and all music stores
DRESSMAKERS
MISS SADIE THOMAS
TmASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER NO 142
FASHIONABLE
MISCELLANEOUS
DR J M HOLLAND
Office and residence
East Bountiful Utah
JOHN HELD
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER
JJ with J H Parry d Co 15 S West Temple
ADDOMS tJ CO
PAINTERS PAPERHANGERS WOOD
JL finishers etc Estimates given OJ W
First South street
EYE EAR HOSE THRO
SPECTACLES ACCURATELY FITTED
1O Drs Freeman Burrows front rooms 17 and
18 ScottAuerbach building
SPENCER BYWATER CO
miNNERS > ROOFING AND FPOUTING A
TINNERS
JL specialty Opposite city hall
ELLIS EVANS Ii PALMER
R IL toAD CONTRACTORS AND BUILD
D i ers Grading ditching and Excavating
Street grading a specialty Estimates fur
nished Correspondence solicited Office iai
So Main street Salt Lake city
HEWER GRANT B CD
TREE AND LIFE INSURANCE
FffiE Office HERALD Building
PROF LEON STIEHL
ILL GIVE INSTRUCTION IN SHORT
WILL
hand bookkeeping and penmanship at
18 East Third South street Salt Lake city
FOR SALE
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTYTWu o
snares of the North Point and Bngnto t
Canal Company mil bo sold to the hlghes
bidder Scaled bids arc requested to be made
to the undersigned until the sixteenth day of
December mlO Address to
C E SILVERWOOD
Secretary North Point Consolidated Irrigation
company
FILBER GUFFY
New 5roomed house with bath and
water close in ti 1000
3x20 rods on car line Filth East 5 4500
One fourth Interest in 75 acres close to
city sao
5x5 rods corner on car line with VS248j
8 roomed brick houseu 0 0003
2 J4310 > and 4x5 rods on Third street new
house 0000 n n nn h 00 38000
II I acres about four miles from postofflce8 5500
ICO acres six miles from postonlce per
acre 00 100
Lots in all parts or the city and in all additions
and subdivisions
Office Under Deseret National Bank
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SAVIHG LABOR CLEANLINESS
DDBflBIIJIYCHEAPNESSUHEOnAIIED
Ho ODOR WHEN HEATED
JOSLIN PARKS
Headquarters EVERYTHING in the
line of
WATCHES
Diamonds Jewelry
Silverware Fancy Goods and Novelties
A NEW AND ELEGANT LINE Oi
Gorham Sterling Silverware 1 1
In Fancy and Table Pieces just received
We carry a line of goods that are not carried
by any other housed Dont fall g see them We
buy direct from the manufacturers andnot from
the jobbers saving our customers one profit
Clocks Bronzes Gold and SilverHeaded
Canes Plated Silioru ear tho finest eer dis
played in the west
We have lately added a line of the celebrated
ELECTRIC RAZOR AND SCISSORS with
and without Cases which make an Elegant
Birthday Present Give us a call and see tor
yourselves
Agents for the PATEK PHILIPPE CO
WATCH
Special Attention Paid to Orders by Mail l
17o s J < Ia11 St
PIONEER
Patent Roller Mills
MANU AClURERS OF
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
BRANDS
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Vilho1e hea t
Balrarsd No 1
We warn all our customers to be aura that
they get our flour as some unscrupulousnersona
are trying to Imitate our brands particularly
that of Bakers No 1 All our brands hare the
design of a gold medal and the name of Elias
Morris appears on every sack
appeoELlASIyMORRIS Proprietor
J I Jl FARRELL CO
P1urnbi1ig
Ga EittitILg
Steam Heating Ventilating
THE LEADING PLUMBERS L GAS FITTERS
Drive Well Pipe a Specialty
137 Main St Opp F Anerbach Bros Store
Salt Lake City Utah
P O Box 502 Telephone 200
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Sign Writers Painters House Decorators
AND DiALERS IN
Wall Paper Painters Supplies
107 E First South Street
Opposite City Hall Salt Lane city Utah
Telephone No 433 ESTIMATES FURNISHED
SA M LEVY9
Manufacturer the celebrated brand Cigars
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And Other Brands Fnctory and Salesroom
171 173 S Main St t J Salt Lake City UT
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JOS WM TAYLOR
The Leading Undertaker and Embalmer
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My Coffins and Caskets are the Finest lily
Prices the Lowest
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Embalming and Shipping a Specialty doing I
my own Embalming and having my own Morgue
Telegraph or Telephone Orders Day or Night
receive Immediate Attention
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SPECIAL r e REDUCTIONS
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DflESGOODS 1
Flannel and Cashmere Plaids
In All the Latest Shades Reduced
< I From 65c to 45c per yard t
Novelty Dress Goods in Plain Fancy and Plaids
Reduced 20 Per Cent
No1e the Following Cut in
ll ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS C
Broadcloths formerly selling at 225 reduced to 200
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We have the Handsomest Line in tte City of
DoubleWidth Striped and Plaid Dress Goods at 25 Gents Per Yard
fL f Our Prices Are Always the Lowest in the City
T G WEBBER Superintendent
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WE DONT PAY CITY TAXES
In our addition We ara One and One Eighth Miles outside the Corporate
Limits with all the advantages of those within said limits Complying with
the terms of our contract the
SALT LAKE RAPID TRANSIT COMF1
Has completed its track to
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and cars as Elegantly Equipped as any in the west now enable the peopla
purchasing lots from us to ride to any part of Salt Lake City for 7 cents
People say real estate is quiet but we are selling lots nearly every day Our
property speaks for itself The class we sell to are bona fide residents who
will make desirable neighbors We do not ask any others to buy We have a
large number of our choicest lots left Come early and make your choice We
guarantee Rapid Transit Firstclass Cars Perfect Title Abundant Water of
Firstclass Quality and Easy Terms
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GEORGE M CANNON 66 Main St Salt Lake City
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Real Estate Loan and Collection Agency
We have Money to Loan on Good Security Houses to Rent Real
Estate for Sale Homes at Prices to Suit all LOWEST PRICES and
EASIEST TERMS Parties desiring to Loan Money will do well to con
sult us We can loan on firstclass security are well posted on values
and will see to it that security offered on loans made by us has good
title and free from other incumbrances
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CENSORSHIP UNNECESSARY
The peculiar action on the part of Judge
ZAXE yesterday when he called the news
paper reporters before him and dictated
Just what they should or should not publish
was both a surprise and pain to us He
did not complain that tbe article in either
paper was incorrect he did not say that
any attempt had been made to color the
case in favor of anyone
He did presume however to dictate the
policy of the Salt Lake newspapers to say
what they should publish how and when
it should be given to the world
His honor asserted that the newspaper
reports seemed to be an attempt to in
fluence the persons who might be called as
jurors and intimated that some courts
might handle a reporter very severely for
attempting to interfere with the adminis
tration of justice
Whether the reporters deserved life im
prisonment or only six months for the
heinous crime of informing the public of
the bare facts in the casethst Miss
OLsoN shot Mr HALL and the reason she
gave for doing sohis honor did not state
We merely ask the public to read the
statement of facts in yesterdays HERALD
and then to read the words addressed by
his honor to Mr Iviss THE HERALD re
porter in order that the public generally
may decide whether it was this paper or
the judge himself that was outside of the
path of duty in this matter
While a case is on trial says his
honor the facts of the case are not to be
stated
What is to be stated then Shall the
reporters state their conjectures S or the
surmises of others or matters of evidence
If not the facts then what shall they pub
lish 1 If we understand his honor aright
the papers yesterday morning should have
said only The People vs Amanda Olson
and not a word in addition to that That
such a restriction of the press would be
both foolish and unusual is a wellknown
fact and we trust that conscientious
and unsuspecting reporters will not
in the future be suddenly dragged
before his honor and threatened with pun
ishment for doing what is done without
fear or restraint in every other part of this
country that is publishing the facts in a
case on trial in which there is great public
interest
We agree with his honor that nothing
which shall influence the jury should be
published but if a bare and brief state I
ment of the facts does inlluence the public
mind we contend that in such a case there
is no help for it The reporters are not re
sponsible for the facts they must state
them with exactness no matter if the
facts are or seem to be prejudicial to the
interests ol any one for in this case it is
the fact that is prejudicial and not the
mere publication of it
THERE is a shortage in the city record
ers office
II gentlemen HAvE TUB investigations made public
A HINT from the bench to newspaper re
I porters would be all that is necessary
threats of punishment for an indefinable
offense are in bad taste
lIE APPLAUDS
Of course the sick Liberal candidate
whoso party repudiated him applauds Ax
DEisoV infamous decision that Mormons
cannot become citizens because some of
their friends once practiced polygamy and
were punished for doing so Had It not
been that his opponents could vote and did
so he would now be in Congress hence his
late increase of hatred toward the Mor
mons
He calls the Mormons baseborn crea
tures secure in his knowledge that the
Mormons will let him alone and then talks
of the danger he has been in among the
Mormons
He says the Mormons are bound to
obey whatever their priests tell them
to do especially in the matter of voting
and a short time since he boasted of the
numbers of Mormons that he said had voted
the Liberal ticket Ho also neglects to
state that the only way in which a Mormon
is bound is through his own unrestricted
choice and that ho is always at perfect
liberty to free himself without let or
hindrance
Hut we should think he would hesitate to
talk about sworn allegiance in view of
tbe fact that so many of his own party are
oathbound members of secret societies
the oaths of some of them said to be fright
ful in the extreme We should think Judge
AXDERSOS himself would be somewhat
chary on that point
We shall say something of AXDEHSOXS
latest decision tomorrow
HERE is the argument of the down town
rag against the Mormons If they are
I not citizens if their allegiance belongs to
some other power if they have established
that by their acts then they should have
no part in the government of Utah
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The cheek of a carpetbagger in telling
the people who made this territory that
they should have no part In its government
is rather refreshing
That a human animal who has no re
ligious belief should urge the disfranchise
ment of people whose belief he says does
not suit him will strike any thinking per
son as somewhat odd
That a man who belongs to that element
in Utah which although it contains many
estimable people fills the jails commits the
murders owns tbo saloons and brothels
and furnisbes nearly all the baser sort of
criminals should say to his lawabiding
neighbors I am holier than thou is a
study in consistency
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A SHORTAGE
An so there is a shortage in the city re
corders office is there And the Tribune
understands that investigations arc being
had to unearth the cause of trouble
Moreover it gives this bit of abvice to the
city council Have the investigations
public gentlemen This little editorial
a dozen lines which contains several dis
tinct indictments of its party closes with the
fpllowinf grotesque protestation The
straight business is what the Liberal party
wants
Tell it softly neighbor you must have
known the facts for weeks why did you
suppress them
But the public will want to know what
the members of the city council are doing
For weeks the facts about this shortage
have been staring them in the face No
body has been indicted for stealing the
citys funds Was the council willing to
pass this criminal default in silence if the
newspapers had not found it out
What are HALL and JAMES doing in the
council Why is PEKDLETOX silent Their
friends expect them to hold that council
of ours level Are they afraid to do so
They have the reputation of being honest
and fearless men what has come over
them 1 They should withstand the schemes
for the wasteful expenditure of the citys
funds they should guard the interests of
the people and bring to justice the plunder
ers of the city treasury Public measures
are rushed through without the semblance
of debate and those who should be able to
investigate and condemn them are ap
parently afraid or unwilling to do so We
say that not only in the present case but
in general people are beginning to wonder
what they elected some of our councillors
for
WHO WILL RULE
When in 1SSS the Republican party ob
tained a bare majority of three in the
House which consisted of 325 members
this majority was treated by the party in
power as an absolute guarantee from the
nation that the Republicans were the peo
ple Then began proceedings the hire of
which were never known before Demo
crat after Democrat was unseated in favor
of a Republican contestant No precedents
wore adhered to no rights of the minority I
were not even considered
Findiug it difficult to proceed rapidly
with the partisan measures under consid
eration new rules were adopted in
defiance of the spirit of a republi
can government and at utter vari
ance with the genius of Ameri
can ideas The right of free speech
was denied in the House of Representa
tives and the presiding officer boasted that
the House was no longer a deliberative
body Debate on the McKiaEY bill as it
finally camefrom the Senate was limited to
two hours a time during which it is barely
possible to read the text of tho measure
The majority knew no limit or modera
tion and decided that a majority of those
voting could decide a measure provided
that a quorum was present at the time the
vote was taken Thus if two members
voted for and one against Ja measure tho
others not voting the bill would pass The
majority did not need its own majority
present to pass a measure if there were
only one more Republican present than the
number of Democrats present out of
a total of 103 then the S3 Republicans pres
ent could pass the bill Therefore a bill
would become law by the affirmative vote
of one member more than onefourth of the
total membership in the House oven if all
present took part in the proceedings
Then was brought up a bill intended to
perpetuate the rule of the party in power
and Democrats were insolently informed
that the vote of the people that had given
the Republicans a beggarly majority of
three was a demonstration that the people
had forever decided in favor of Republican
rule The bill was rushed through the
House and is now pending in the Senate
It is little wonder then that the sover
eign people repudiated by their vote the
party in power and elected a Democratic
majority of nearly one hundred and sixty
a majority unprecedented in our history
as an emphatic rebuke of the revolutionary
methods of the Republican party
And there is good reason to believe that
the Republican defeat was not given for the
purpose of reforming but of destroying the
party The party its methods and false
economic theories are now discredited by
the large majority of the electors of this
nation whose will is supposed to be law
The party cannot be trusted to deal with
the tariff with reciprocity with elections
with the revenues It has failed in its
treatment of every present national issue
But the party leaders have learned noth
ing from their defeat not even selfevi
dent fact that the people are their masters
and returning to the legislative body in
which the people no longer want them
they now attempt to reverse the will of the
sovereign people by pushing to a speedy
accomplishment the bill to disfranchise
Democratic voters They talk of the Rep
resentativeselect if they were usurpers
and hasten to attempt their dislodgment
from the national legislature as they
would seek to drive out a foreign foe
Now will come the struggle between the I
rulers of this country the voters and
their past servants whom they have dis
charged to see whether or not the people I
shall continue to rule

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