Mr. Jacobson Speaks. Editor Nation. In the controversy contro-versy which has been in progress bttween myself and F. J. Marshall, the Journal allowed him to print en attack on me last Tuesday. II presented fhe enclosed answer but it was denied publication by the business manager of the Journal.' As 1 desire tbe public to hear my I side of the case as well as Mr. Marshall's you will greatly oblige me by giving it space: Editor Journal. In your issue for the 17th inst, F. Marshall is turniag and twitting, like a snake with its neck in a clamp. He has, however, not shown any disposition dis-position to make his wrongs right. He talks a great deal about Democracy, Dem-ocracy, but the trouble is this, that be knows he will be exposed to the party, and that he does not like. He tries in his article to make people to believe that I am ome other man . He also says Jacobson is afraid of un open court. At the same time, be knows whenever I have been in court 1 have always walked in and out through the front door like a gentleman can that much b& said of him? Now tbe whole trouble with Fred is tbic, at his trick pri mary, I promised to expose him henceforth, and he knows too well that my words are good. A. C. Jacobson, The Wheelwright, first shop south of Deseret mills.