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. . : ' , KE EYEHIHG TIMES; r, Tlititisim PUBLISHING COMPANY. T. A. Dvi8, Pres't, W. B. Oibds, Manager. - Subscription to the Daily Times. i 12 month tfl.00 'i " 4.00 " 2.00 r ,, i - 75 (Always in advance.) '' Thb Times' Telephone number is 481. i MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1890. have invested 'n smelters on the Mexi-can border suffer loss on being obliged to pay the same duty on load which is required of foreigners who import lead from old Spain, what is it, when com-pared with the absolute ruin of the lead industry of this country? The money already invested in mines and reduction works goes by the board if this pro-tective duty is not enforcod on our Mex-ican border. The closing of our home markets, depondent on the working of American mines, will impoverish the farmers, and the general prosperity of entiro communities, largely due to the mining industry, will seriously suffor. TIIK NCI'FKKSSION OP TIll'TII. At the annual dinnor of the Tress club at Now Tork last Thursday night, Colonel IJobert Ingorsol said: "Ho had an idoa at ono time of starting a society for tho suppression of truth." As most of the persons present wore engaged on partisan newspapers, thore would seem to bo no occasion to start a rivol society, so long ns one with ample capital, large membership and splondid ability, was actively engaged in the busi-ness. Tho partisan press of this nation hits a wonderful faculty in guiding the truth into party channels and so colot-in- g it that it becomes a lie. A recent instance iu connection with the Chicago Herald is to the point. The llorald is an able democratic paper. In commenting on the action of the house committee of ways aud means, whore, aftor a fierco Btrugglo, a duty of cents per pound on load ores, irrespect-ive of silver which they might contain, was agreed upon, the llorald has a flam-ing head as follows: "A duty put on leod ore in the interest of mines owned by Secretary Blaine and Stevo E!kins." It is unnecessary to iuform our roiiders that the duty iu question is absolutely necessary to protect from ruin the silver-loa- d mining interest of all the mining states and territories of tho west. If Messrs. Blaine and Eikins have been uufortunate enough to have money invested iu mines, they have shared with tho great mining community in the immense losses aiready pressing this industry well nigh to death. It is a o.uestion whether the Mexican peons who labor in mines or that country at 00 cents per day, shall bo allowed to compete with American miners who receive 83 per day. Already many American mines havo been obliged to stop work. If the few wreckers who that accomplished by the recent muni-cipal Liberal organization which insured the redemption of the city from Mormon rule. There will no doubt be much work to do in carrying the county, yet if the geniuB presides that conducted the re-cent municipal campaign. No one will hesitate in predicting an overwhelmirg Liberal victory at the approaching Au-gust election. It is now time to organ-ize and to begin work. The city is as deeply interested in the issue as the peo-ple are in the more remote districts of the county, and her citizens should promptly respond to any call made by the chairman of the committee to aid in socuring the success of the cause which, if properly supported, will give the con-trol of the county, as it has already the municipal government, to the Liberal Party "a consumation devoutely to be wished." ' ! i..iiAH.lSl'KI.KCT10X. J It is suggested that the Liberal party I should socn open he:id quorters for the .1 purpoFe of organizing for tho August I election. Under proper iLanagement their is no reason why the Liberals of ( S tit Lako county should not organize f as EUtG3.jiful ond elTective work as t I f Madame Pommkry is dead, but her fame will live so long as Pommery Sec continues to sparkle. That man Blair doesn't get tired hi m-- i self, but he makes everybody else tired, f He has introduced another educational bilL -- -- !; That Illinois idiot who is pretending to be Christ ond claiming to raise the 1 dead will probably raise the devil before , he gets through. ; Thb new form of warranty deed is a is? model business document. It is entirely stripped of the usual legal verbosity and tautology, and is brief and to the point. The promise of cheaper gas has boon i made by the reorganized company. Tho promise should bo carried out imme- - J diatoly. liy the way, what has bocome f. ' of. that proposed new gas company? GEORGE A. LOWE, Dealer in All Kinds of First Class Agricultural Implements,. SCIIUTTLEIi FARM AND FREiG IISjWAGONS, Coliiis Blips, PlifBlu anfl Roafl Carls of every description. Steam Engines,. Leffel Wheels. WAREHOUSES STATE U0AD BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND SOUTH. Union National Bank. SALT LAKE CITY. Capital - - - - O.OOO.00 United States Depository Sato Deposit Vault, Absolutely Fire ond Burglar Proof. Boxes from 85 OG to $25.00 per Year. Careful and Prompt Attention Given TO COLLECTIONS. Sparlclins DiaMfls, Fine Watches, Claras; Silverware Solid, and. ZFlated., and. an Endless "Variety of Jewelry in lei and Artistic Designs IFOR THE IHOLIDAYS. C i Qur Stock of Souvernira are Beyond Question 5pcrior to any Heretofore Shown iu This Country, Qall at Our Rooms and See the OlTcringd 30. L ELIASONj:::: ZtSTo. 220 2vain St. - - - Ors-Dosit- e IE3. O. CD 03 m 3 m w r ! 2 CD - cd p Sr CO . I 2-- , - i 8 O g: O m g; 4 --n -- .9 r p o pAJ Zt 4tl 1 B I S m- - CO ZZ & & OP PD Ul CD CO P- - p 8? J? E ' Is m r4-- CD (Jp nCD UU 00 sj Ej ISl CD 3 c a a z CD a WELLS, FARGO SCO'S gtlt Lake City, - - . . . ... Utah BUYS AND HELLS EXCHANGE, MAKES tniuHfnra (in tlia prinvipul cititw of the (juitod HtJium and iiuroiio, Kud ou nil points on tho Paoifio ( V nt. Ihbuch lottnra of croc I it, available in the prin-cipal cities of the worid. Htieoiiil attention given to the selling of ores and bullion. Advauoes made on consignments at lowest rates. Particular attention given to collections hrooghont Utah, Novarla and adjoining Torri-orio- e. Acoouuts soliuitod. OOBI1KSPONDKNT8: Wells, Fargo 4 Co London Wells, Fnrxo&Co New York Maverick National Hank Hoxton First National Hunk Omaha First National Hank LVuver Merchant's National Hank Chicago Hoatmen's Savings Hunk Ht. Louis Wells, Fargo A Co 1 San Francisco J. 33. JDOOHTX; gent. vComercial National M-:- - OF SALT LAKE CITY. Capital $250,000.00 No. 11 E. First South street. IDIX3ECTOI2S : H. G, Baloh, Pres't. O. M. Downey, VineJWt Thos. Marshal, V. E. Scrymoer, F. H. Auerbacli, 1). (', Hacnn, John J.Daly, W. P. Noble. J. W. Donnollan, Cashier. Transacts a general banking business In all branches. Sells Sight Drafts on the principal cities of the world. Issues Circular Letters of Credit and Postal Money Orders on all parts of Europe and the Orient. Collections promptly at-tended to. Loans money at the lowest rates and on the best terms prevailing in this market. Tames H. Baooh, Fbank L. Holland President. C'ashicr. Bank of Salt Lake, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. General Basking Business Transacted. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Exchange Bought and Sold. Money to Lend on Iteol Estate from one to five years time. McCORNICK & CO,, SALT LAKE, UTAH Carofnl atteD'n pivon to the flnlo of Orosand Bullion. Wj Roliuit coiiBinnienta guar- - aotcomg highiiBt market price. COLLECTIONS MADEJT LOWEST RATES ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. CORRESPONDENTS: New York 1 m p. nnd Trad. Nat. llauk, Chemical Nat. Hank, Koimlzo Hro-'- . ( 'hicsaKo - VmmeroinJ Nat. Hank Ban i'ranriHcu Kiint Nat. Hunk, Crocker-Woodwor- th Nat. Hank. Omaha Omaha Nat. Hank. 8t. Louis Bliilc Hank of Ht, Louis. Kmiihhb City Nat. Hank (if KaiwaH City. Denver Hi'nver Nat. Hank, City Nat. HRnk London. Kunland Mi'ttara. Martin & Co., S3 Lombard street. Utah Title Insurance 8c Trust Co., G8 West 2nd South St., Salt La!;e City, Utah. OITICEKS AND STOCKHOLDERS. John 13. Dooley, President. L. 13. Hills, A. L. Thomas, Secretary. lscoi:i'OitATOi;s. P. II. Auorbach, Merchant. V. 8. McCoruick, Ranker. li. C. Chambers, Ontario Mining Co. W. II. I to we, Merchant John J. Daly, Capitals. James Kharp, Utah Control Railroad. J. E. Dooley, Cashier Wells, Furgo & Co. E. A. Smith, Cashier Deseret Savings V. C. Hall, Attorney. ' Bank. L. S. Hills, Cashier Deseret National Arthur L. Thomas, Governor of Utah. Bank. J. R. Walker, Union National Bank. John A. Marshall Probate Judge. T. G. Webber, Sup't Z. C. M. I. Attorney John A. Marshall. E.8ELLS. J.TL'CKKlt . W. SELLS Sells & Corqpany, -:- - Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Lumber -:- - First South Street, Opp. 11th Ward Assembly Rooms.! T. O. Hun 1078. . Old I'ionoor Yard of ArmatronR & Begley. c)pVAiFi (AT ftp tA i ji i li VT R AD E J KELLY & COMPANY Printers, Blanh-Boo- k Makers and Stationers. No. 40 W. Second South St., Salt Lake, - Utali ODlt facilities for doing first-olnf-a Job are of tlie neweut and bout, BOOK3 Haled, 1'rintwl nnd Round to Order. of Hailrond, Mining, liunk Hnd fliorenntile Work ulwuyd on hand, COMl'LETE line of OiKce Kuprlins, moHt approved lubor-buvin- g and economical inventiona. PRICES LOW. CALL ON US. SEARS & CO. 215 Miiiu Stooet, Have the Exclusive sale on a large list of property and will be glad to show thorn. Cull now whiJo our Lists are iu shpe. SEARS & CO. 245 MAIN STREET. Guns and Cutlery, Guns, Sporting Goods and Cutlery will be sold at lower prices than any house in Utah on account of change in business. See my stock and prices before you purchase, TR.. EVANS 22 31 W. South St., Salt Lake City. J,W. Farrel& Co PWers! Gas & Stam Fitters, Doalers in all kinds of Lift and Force Pumps Orders taken for drive and dug wells. Cespools built and connections made, elepliono 200 137Mnin St., Opp . Auorb cliDios THE SALT LAKE ABSTRACT, TITLE, GUARANTY AND TRUST-:-COMPAN- Y, (Formerly Hurvey, NefT & Co.) 265 S. Ivdain Street. CAPITAL $ 1 0O.OOO.OO. Incorporated under tho laws of Utah Territory. Mates Correct Abstracts of Tift), Stowing all Errors. Titles to Eeal Estate and Mort-gages Thoroughly Examined and Insured. G EC M. Soon, Treet, Jas. Clknuinniso, Vicc-rre- H. 8. Kumfikld, Secy. ;::;;;:;:::geo. m. scott & qo.e-- (iJiconronATED). IN-- Hardware and Metal, Stoves, Tinware, Mill Findings, Etc. AGEXTS FOR tho Dodge Wood Rillcy, Roebling's Steele Wire Repe. acmim Cylinder and Engine Oils, Hercules Powder, Atlas Engines and I3oil-'is- , iMuek Injectors, Buffalo Scales, Jefferson Horse Whim, L.'ike l'umps Vliaers and Blacksmiths' Tools, Etc. 163 MAIN STKEET. Bali IsaliG City, - - Utah. The M & D Steel Range- - Sole Agonts for Utah of Mason A , Davts' Sleol Ranges, with Round Fire i Pot, Anti-Clink- Grate, poised oven door, ventilator etc. Made in all iizes. Call and examine these celebrated Ranges or send for circular with cuts More pnji ig enmeprii'e for old style Ivmge. General lino of Cook and Heat-ing ytovesand House Fu robbing Goods. F.R SOHOPPE&CO South Wain Stm- INSURES nainat loss by Meuhanlca Lions and JpcfH)out' debts. licn(s boxen (IntHt improved Diobold) in ite vr.nlt, and doen an eeorow husmet. Acts aa Ejeruor, AdmintHrnUir, Guardian, Assinuep. Km reiver, etc., etc., tuid Gitnuiloe trusts of overy kind. Holding Trust Funds separate from all Other Assets of the COmpany, And retaining as counsel tho Attorney through whoi t the business comes. Co.loels interests on income nd transacts all othor business authorized by its charter. Hills receipted for and safely kept without k ' JOUE?HlI. SMITH, President. Denver, Colo.. WILLIAM J. HAUVKt, Vice President and Manager, JOHN W. NEFF, Treasurer and Ass't Manatfor, ED V Alii) W. UENTElt, Hecrotary and Abstract Officer. HI'ME!?mrE THE TAILOR. 0 K. Firet South Street, UTI1TI1 LSQHDBT 45. S.JWest Temple. Branch. Office, Gardner's,-14- JffainiSt Agenti wanted in all good towns. Telephone 410. Iln Work Spwiit7 .This saloon koepers are, us a rule, to ' I ' be commended for their strict obedience ' '.'V. j to the Sunday closing order of Marshal i Young, who is succeeding admirably in v.'. making Salt Lake a very orderly city. Thb Denver Times says: "It is re- - jV portod that liill Nye invested $10,000 in ji Salt Lnke real estate. Bill's humor i t takes peculiar turns at times." In tnis. It,' case it hns taken a very profitable turn if The New York reporter who concealod ' himself in the jury room during the de- - liberations of the jury in the Flack con-spiracy caBe went far beyond tho bounds f of decency. Such chook is oimply out- - rageous. i The man who says that stone is the only proper paving material for business (' streets has a level heud. For residence streets, however, we believe brick is the best material. Its merits should be fully j ., investigated. A WKI-- OOVKKNKD CITV. It would bo well for every citizen who is interested in the municipal govern-ment of Salt Lake, to read an article is the March number of the Century mag-azine, on the city goTornmont of Glas-gow, Scotland. Glasgow is a seaport town, has a bad climate and a donse working population, living in tenement houses. It is calculated that in some localities as many as 1000 persons live within an area of one acre. The city proper covers an area of only Gill acres. The density of population ex-ceeds that of London. The en-tire population is at present in round numbers 800,000. It is one of the great-est manufacturing cities in the world. The city is divided into sixteen wards, each represented by threecouncilmen so arranged that while the tortn of office extends to throe years one from each ward goes out each year. These coun-cilme- n are chosen from among the beet citizens of the place with but little re-gard to party afliliations. Many of them are kept in ollice, having no salary, for successive terms. Probably no munici-pal government stands higher for ability, honestv and practical knowledge of its dutios than that of the city of Glasgow. This council controls every department of city government, selects the heads of thoso departments and makes all ap-pointments. The water, gas, market and slaughter-house- , parks, libraries, gallorios, city improvements, police, san-itary and hospital matters are all lodged in the responsible hands of this body of citizens. Under their ablo manage-ment, the city, once the abode of caro-los- s and filthy tenemont lodgers, and the haunt of typhus and othor loath-some "diseases, has become a model for other cities far more favorably situatod. The dtreoU of the city are cloaned every day and tho piivnto courts of some the more thickly Bottled portions, two and threo.times a day. Think of that, doni-jfln- s of alloys and courts in the center of Salt Lake! Streot paving, water and gas supply, street railways, sewer con-struction, tho health depart-ment, everything connoctod with the city, and for which the council is rertponsible, aro provided with able, ex-perienced and sciontiHc chiefs, solectod, not on account of political services, but strictly ond only with roforence to their superior fitness for tho work. Tho city owns and manages its water and gas and leases its city railway system. All these aro sources of growing revenue, and whero largo indcbtodnosB was originally incurrod, equally lorge sinking funds are accumulating to meet it, Publio streets and private stairways in all the large tonoment houses nre lightod, and gas is furnished from the city works at sixty-si- x cents por thousand foet. Think of that, Salt Lnke Glasgow has not given away its valua-ble franchises as American cities havs, but has kept tho control in her own hands, under bases in some cnees. In 181)1, hor tramways will como from tho lessees hands clear of debt and an ag-gregate rental of noarly $100,000 paid into the city treasury with a lurgo not revenuo thereafter to the city. We boast of..American superiority in mnnv things, but tho municipal govern-ment of our citios as a wholo, is a grace to a civilized nation. Henky S. IvEs,the Napoleon of linancn 'J' and railrond wrecker, testifies that ho j paid 8141,000 to koop out of jail, and l then didn't Bucceod. Mr. Ives, who i, fleeced a large numbor of victims, r.ow thoroughly understands tho boauty of . the fleecing process when it works both ways. i;, The chamber or commerce, which is doing so much for tho material interests of Salt Lake, is making a vigoroua effort ti. to increase its membership, and thus j make the organization stronger and more effective. It is hoped that every businoss man who shall be invited to r" join tho chamber will cheerfully and promptly do so. Much depends on j' united action. A Cincinnati man has boen sont to the penitentiary for two yours and a half j for embezzling funds bolonging to min- - j ors, of whom he was tho guardian. lie j: had invested tho money in business and j' fuiled, his intention, however, being to k return tho funds. No matter how hon- - Bt a man's intention may be, he has not j, the slightest right to convert trust funds I . to his own use. It is u dangerous prac- - j, tice, ond is too often indulged in. i The telephone company has raised its I' rates, to tuko effect May lot. The com- - party makes tho excuse that, owing to te fact that the court has granted it no relief against tho interference of electric wires, it is compolled to do considoroblo expensive reconstruction. It proposes to i make the customers pay for Bomothing f for which they hro in no way responsible. It does not take into consideration the S f''ct that tho growth of business in this ;) city will pay for increased ex-- ,j penditures. Tho raising of the f telephone rates is simply an il outrageous extortion. Had tthia stop q been taken before tlia legislature the citivhs of Salt Lake might have Bocttrod the passage of a law fixing I telephone rates iu Utah, us has been done in various states. The next timo i the city council grants n franchise to j any corporation which shall render pub-j- f lie sorvice it ought to roserve the right jj of flxiug the tolls. LEGAL NOTICE. In the Probate Court of the County of Salt Lake, Territory of Utah. In tlipinnltor of tho etitnto nnd gniirdinnuliip of JoHeon Milton Allen, a minor. Order to bIiow cause why order of Bale of ronloe-tul- o should mt Iw mnd, JohnU. HarncB, tho Hiutrdinn of tliopnrnoni mid BHlntfl of JiihoiiIi Milton Allwi a minor, hav-ing iiUsl ids imtition lioroin, duly vnrilicd, prayiuK for an order ofule' of tho wholo of tho real (wtiinoof said minor for tho luirpoHos thonnu set forth, it iu therefore ordered by tho JuiIko of stud Court, that I ho nxt of kin and all persons interested in too otat of said minor appear before tho raid l'roliato t'oiirt on Wedia sday, tho aith dayof Maroli,lMill,Ht 10 o'clock in tho forenoon of said day. at tho court room of said l'rotmto Court, at the County Court House, iu tho City and County of Salt Lake Utah Territory, Ut show oauso why an order should not he KranUnl u tho said Kuardian to sell tho wholo of tho real estate of tho said minor at private B'de, and that a copy of this order Is published at least threo success-ive weeks in tho B.M.r I.akk Daily Timkm, a newspaper printed uud published in said City and County. Dated FebruaryfU, 18110. O. W. lUuTtm, l'rohalo.ludtto. C, O, Wuittemoiib and 8. 1'. Aumhtkond, Attorneys for liuunlian. TKniiiTonv of Utah, ) County ok Halt 1iAHk.m 1 Jolm C. Cntler, Clerk of the Trobnto Conrt in and for the County of Salt Imke. iu tho Territory of Utah, do hereby certify that tho foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of tho order to show cause why Order of Sulo should not bo mnilein tho Mailer of tho estnto ami guardianship of Joseph Milton Allen, a miner, as appoorsof record iu my olltco. In Witness whereof, 1 havo hereunto sot SEAL. my hand ami allixcd the seal of said court, this 21th day of February, A. 1)., IMiO, John 0. Cutlkji, Clerk of Probata Court. Jons Ii. Nkbekkh, Deputy Clerk. fobildovMouiw ' A ISAKE COMBINATION. j; Speculation, likomiBery,makosstrango i s. The combination of persons and namos subscribed to tho petition presented by Colonel ShaufthnoBsy to i.i congress, in connection with tho Woman's Industrial homo building, re- - ii minds one of Barnum's happy family. It ji is heterogonneous in detail ond homoge- - neous in general. It combines individ- - jt uals as diverse in opinion nnd character ? ns oppositos cun possibly be, and yet so united by the adhosivo attraction if of private gain as to present )f to the public gaze, "oneness" as remark - ' able as that of the state church. John Randolph's characterization of a political i junto in llis day, as a coalition of the j , "blackleg with the puritan," convoys , j ecne idea of the diverse material of the j Salt Lako medley, leaving out of sight j its offons've character. Tho men whoeo ! names are appended to tho industrial home manifesto, are neither blacklegB .t- nor strict puritans. They nro business f men of good repute, but Thk Timks be-- f lieves that they have mado a great ini3- - j . take, which, on sober second thought, j they will bit'erly regret. LEGAL NOTICE. In the Probate Court of the County of Salt Lake, Territory of Utah. In Uie matter of tho estate and guardianship of Oertrudo Disc Allen, a minor. Order to bIiow ennso why onler of side of real to should not ho made, John B. Barnes, the KUnnlian of tho person ind ostato of Hertrude Disc Allen, a minor, having tilwl his petition heii'in, duly voritiwl, praymtr for an order of sale of the whole of tin, real estate of said minor, for tho purimses therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by the JiuUre of said court, that tho next of kiu ami nil HrKons interested in tho estate o s:iid minor appear befom the siud l'rolmto Court on Wednesday, the 2titli day of March. IsiWI, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said I'rolvite Court, at the County Court House, in the City and County of Salt ljike, litah Territory, to show cause wliv an onlor should not bo granted to tho said Knardinn to sell tho whole of the real estate of ll.o said minor at private sale and that a copy of this order be published ut least tlme successive weeks in the Salt I.akk Daily Timks, a newspaper printed and published in saiil city and county. Dated February 21, 1SU0. G. W. BarTen, Probate ,1 udfo. I . li. Vthittemoreund 8. P. ArmstronB, Attor-neys lor irunrdian. Tkiihitoby or Utah, ) County of Salt Lake, 1 88 I, John C. Cutler, Clerk of tho Trobnto Conrt in and for the County of Salt Lake, in the Terri-tory of Utah, do hereby certify that the forev-oiii-is a full, true and correct copy of an order to show cause why order of sale should not be made in tho matter of the estate and unardiauship of Oertrudo Disc Allen, a miner, as appears of record in my othce. In Witness whereof, I have hereunto (SEAL. set my hand and affined the seal of lsaii!d. Court, tliis 24th day of February, John C. Cptlkh, Clerk of Uie Probate Conrt. Dr Jouji L. NsvFKCit, Pepuly CUrk.