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PIE HERALD
SALT LAKE CITY A
SATURDAY January 1 1890
Advertisements 1 this column 5 cent per
f t line each Insertion
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t LOCAL AID OTHER BRIEFS
Loc a cal famine
f ANOTHER heavy snow fell yesterday
Till snow fell thick and fast a Provo yesterday
I dayGET
GET weather strips for your dcors and win
I dows at Z C nL
RUBBER boots just received at Dunfords op
posite Sal Lake theatre
THE weather was not of the best but the Peo
best
pie got there just the same
Way do you po 15c per package for starch
when you can buy i at Culmer Bros for lOc
THERE are messap at tbe Western Union
telegraph office for W D Austin and Edgar
FOUKS
DONT forget The Boys Johnson Pratt
C In making your drug and liquw purchases
today They have a full stock
EDWARD P MITCHENER of Stockton Tooele
county und H li M Atkinson of Salt Lake
hal oecn commissioned notaries public
I SMITH and Taylor who were recently arrested
J on the charge of larceny had a hearing before
Commissioner Norrell jesterday and were r
e ised
TODAY i the last chance to see the smallest i
i human being that ever lived Babies are large
beside her tiriug your tiniest cub along and
I get her ring if it fits Its linger
THE legislators are beginning to drop in
UDon tie TTrmc Willinm PIAPT of T7tih nnnntv
XV CA Bryan of Juab county lndr
I Seigmiller of Sanr etc county came in today
A SCHOLARS Companion consisting of lead
pencil slate pencil penholder rule and neat
pencil case given away with every pair of
school shoes bought at Spencer Kimballs
J J DALY has bought the old Congregational
church on Third South and the society will be
his tenants until they build the new and com
modious structure they no w have in contempla
tion
tOYERDA
YETTERDAY was a tough day for the locomo
tion of the electric street railway The snow on i
the track made the rails so slippery tht the
wheels could not get a sufficient hold to
move on
SAM BROWNING the stalwart baseballist of
Ogden i t have charge of Browning Bros gun
business late i om Carters in this city It is
t be hoped he will form the nucleus ofa healthy
baseball movement next summer
As showing the bent of Liberal colonizers a
voung man wnv just came l from Oayune was
yerlicard remarking to a chum last aune that
I registrar from this city was out that far reg
istelng all who would take the required oath
THE following communication is self explan
atory To the Hon Utah Commission Gen
tlemen I hereby tender my resignation as dep
uty registrar for Salt Lake city to take effect
Jinuar 13 IS00 Very respectfully R D Win
tersAs
As an instance of how the mail service in the
south goes a business man of this city yester
day cited a HERALD reporters attention to two
letters dated November 29 and December 13
destined for Manti a point which they reached
January 6
SERGEANT FTTZMAURICES report of yester
days Temperature i as follows Salt Lake city
W Helena 20 Fort Custer33 Fort Washable
lu Rawlins 2 At H I amSalt Lake city
22 Ogden Stockton 19 Bingham
city 3 Provo 23 Alt 22
THEODORE XYSCHOM from whose interesting
letter from New York THE SERALD has pub
lished several interesting extracts is on his way
home being called back by the serious illness
of his father P T Nystrom The young man
left Chicago last night and is expected here to
morrow
TIE Liberals now say that the reason more
prominent men were not selected as nominees
for aldermen was hat It is generally believed
beleved
the coming election will be held under the new
luW which does away with that office entirely
entrely
and that the nominations were intended only as
a graceful compliment ony
IT i a sad piece of news that TIE HERALD
chronicles under the heading Died this morn
Died th mor
ing the death of Nettie S Alder which ociurred
last evening The estimable young lady was
2 years of ace quiet modest unassuming and
intelligent She ha 11 host of fri nd to whm
t ic knowledge will come with a cruel shock
TIE attention of voters is called to the fact
today Is the last day on which voters who have
removed from the precinct in which they were
registered to another precinct may appear be
fore the reistration officer to have their names
transferred Persons failing in this cannot vote
Those who after to morrow move from one pre
cinct to another cannot vote
SIEIFF FOWLER of Provo yesterday dis
covered that a man named Joseph Partlow who
was arrested in Provo a few days since on a
charge of obtaining meals under false pretenses
and sentenced t the county jail for forty days
was a deserter from the Sixth
deserer frm infantry and the
prisoner was accordingly turned over to the
officers at Fort Douglas yesterday
uu uu agreeable ana the heavy lail 01
snow made locomotion rather disagreeable
for the marchers As early as 715 there
were faint sounds of music and the roll of
the drum corps heard in the distance and
a view had from the top of THE HERALD
building showed a SCOLC of anes of light in
different sections of the city all bent in II
the direction of the rendezvous Eight
oclock was named as the hour for the
start from the theater and as the column
headed by the Guitar and Mandolin club
moved towards THE HERALD corner the
corter
hands on the city hal clock pointed to S10
I was exactly S 15 when the head of the
column turned THE HERALD corner and in
r espouse to streams of fire that poured
orth from each of the windows
he shower of rockets from the
oof and the brilliant glow of red fire from
he balcony there came back deafening
cheers from a thousand throats which was
repeated as each organization turned the
corner and marched down past the Conti
nental To say that the showing made was
a most brilliant one would scarcely do the
subject justice It was such a one as would
have done no discredit to an eastern
metropolis and the weather considered
was much larger than one had reason to
hope it would be Unquestionably rtason the
heavy storm of yesterday kept several
hundred marchers out of the ranks and
there werehundreds of People voters on the
sidewalk who had not identified themselves
with the marching clubs but whose faces
seemed to express a regret that that they
had not These will be found in line when
the next procession is ordered out The
procession was at least fortyfive minutes
passing a given point and was ten blocks
or about a mile and a half in length the
marchers being four abreast and packed
closely together Hadthesame stretching
been done as was the case in the late
Liberal showing it would have covered
twenty blocks One notable feature was
the rich and elegant banners a detailed
detaied
description of which would fill several
columns of this paper and even
then justice would not be done t them Oen
all along the route the marchers were most
enthusiastically received and cheer after
cheer yell after yell rent the air The
procession was probably seen best when it
countermarched which it did several
times and when nearing the close it came
t a halt in double lines on each side of
First South and Main
and the signal was
given to turn the
rockets and roman can
dles lose one of the most brilliant pyro cn
brilant
technic displays ever seen in the west fol
lowed For several minutes the wide
streets were jammed with marchers and
the air was fled with red white and blue
I was doubtless one of the best pyrotech
nic effects ever seen and elicited round
after round of applause cheers and yells
It was a fitting windup t a most glorious
affair and inflicted upon the average Lib
eral a very bad billious attack
DELICIOUS WARM BEVERAGES
The decoctions served to the thirsty and
cold at the Occidental are delicious pure
and superior Firstclass wines liquors
specialty beers ales and cigars Family supplies a
pcciatyAnn
Ann MURPHY Proprietors
GREAT CLOSING OUT
Blanket Sale at
i LIPMAX WALLEKSTEIN Cos
Our wagons will call at any time for
laundry work Troy Steam Laundry 142
Main street
streetUNION PACIFIC LANDS
Utah Real Estate Investments C E
Wantland agent 201 S Main street Salt
Lake city
Join the special classes in writing that are
being organized at the Salt Lake Business
coUeee to commence on Monday January
13 Hours from 3 to4 and from 730 to 830
p m Tuition S5 per month
Garfield Tea for sciatica and rheumatism
BARGAINS
I have a splendid list of property choice
business and depot pieces improved and
unimproved residence corners city lots in
plat 0 and F and a number of acreage
tracts for platting Call and examine list
C E WAXTLAXH
I 201 Main street
1 CLOSING OUT SALE
Examine our prices
LIP Ax WALLERSTEIX Co
175 and 177 Main st <
HOT LUNCH
At orders Gallachers a speciality from n 1 t 4 2c Short
Remember that we are the agents for
the best manufacturers in gents furnish
street ings Bast Marshall Mer Co 142 Main
FBALLCO
Globe bakery and cafe 2 Main street
are making a specialty of every description
of cakes candies pastries etc for the
t h liday trade Cakes ornamented on short
est possible notice
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NOTICE TO MILLERS
PROVO Utah Juno 7 1889
Joseph W Wilson Esq Agent Great Western
Mfg Co Lock box 952 Salt Lake City
DEAR SmIn reply to your inquiry as to
how we are getting along with our new
roller mill would say that we have had
ample time to test the machinery put in by I
1
CM
the Great Western Mfg Co under your
supervision last fall and we are pleased to
say that everything is working to our per
satisfaction Our mill is turning out
a firstclass article of flour which is in
great demand and the cleanup is all that
could be desired In our judgment the mill
judgent mi
built by your company for us cannot be I
excelled We are confident that the work
you have doneforus will redound to your
credit more than anything that we can
write
Please refer to us at any time when in
formation in regard to the workmanship
and excellency of your machinery is de
sired
siredWishing
Wishing yeu abundant success we re
main Yours very truly
EXCELSIOR ROLLER MILLS
J W HOOVER Mgr
Go Barratts for furniture I
554f t
J I
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Offer all holiday goods at greatly reduced
prices some at cost and below cost
NO 36 MAIN STREET
Homemade woolen goods
JOHN C CUTLER BRO
BEST raisins 126 per pound
Full cream cheese 12Xc per pound
2lb can marrowfat peas lOc
Saponiflre lye J 14 cans for 1
7 large bars soap for 25c
Splendid teas 193c per package
Homemade ailwool hose
Childs 12540 per pair worth 30c
Misses 20c I t U 40c
Ladies 25c 50c
Mens suits from 350 per suit
Childs U I 150 U H
S PEOPLES
EQUITABLE COOP
day Dancing matinee Calders 4 p m to
The First Step
Perhaps you are run down cant eat
cant sleep cant think cant do anything
to your satisfaction and you wonder what
ails you You should heed the warning
You are taking the first step into nervous
prostration You need a nerve tonic and
in Electric Bitters you will find the exact
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tonc alteratve Your appetite
returns good digestion is restored and the
liver and kidneys resume healthy action
Try a bottle Price flOe at A C acton
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dg str 6
NOTICE
Bids will be received for the building of
a city hal for Provo city up to and includ
incud
ing February 81890 at 12 oclock m at
the council chamber in court house Provo
cityThe
The committee reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids For plans speci
fications and all further particulars apply
to V D ALEXANDER
DEP
Chairman building committee
PROVO CiTr Utah January 101S90
ASSIGNEE SAL OF SIILLISERY GOODS
Must be closed out regardless of cost
Call today for bargains
WILLIAM LAPHAM assignee
75 w First South street i
CLIFT HOUSE
Located Cor Main and Third South Streets
The Clift is the best 2 per day house
west of Chicago Rooms large cool and
airy new and handsome furniture electric
lights and all the latest conveniences and
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Rooms may be secured by telegraph
AXDREW C BRIXEK BRO Props
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NOTICE
I mar ANNUAL MEETING OF
JL the shareholders of the Deseret
National Bank of Salt Lake City for
the election of directors will be held
at the banking house Tuesday Jan
uary 11 lSl0 at 1 oclock am
L S HILLS Cashier
December 201S39
SAT LAKE THEATEE
CDS S BURTON MANAGER
Special Engagement Two Nights
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Friday January 10f
Of the Universal Little Favorite
KATIE
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Saturday c 1 Miss Putnams Brilliant Success
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Saturday lAn Entirely New and Original
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No Advance in Prices Box Office Open pn
Wednesday at oclock
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THE PUBLIC KEEPS IT U
That isthe whoesale invasion of the prem
ises of L Goldberg which are fast be
coming weeded out under the strain The
publis understand that Mr Goldbergs an
nouncement of Retiring from business
I is none of the chestnut ones one hears on
all hands but that itmeans he gives up bis I
stores and quits for good in the near fu
ture His clothing and furnishing goods
I are marked way down and people who
want bargains will do well t call and dem
l onstrate for thelnselves the truth of these
p statements
l THE
LACE HOUSE
Plain Eider Down flannel
49c
I Fawn cloth C9c
Fancy plaid Flannels and striped
39c
Raw silk table ml covering
For sale a fine stock of merchandise
such as crockery glassware or stationary
with lease on store on one of the leading
I
business streets of Sal Lake Such an op
portunity is seldom offered in the city or
will trade for good city property Enquire
at 70 E First South street
THE FINEST I THE LAND
Wiscomb Olsen the leading family
grocers have just received the finest line
I of imported bottled goods ever shown in the
city Everything is of the finest The
best goods arc the cheapest Call and see
the showing made
Immense line of Peoples party badges I
just arrived at Peoples Equitable
A PARADE
The Peoples Turnout
Last Night
nm m THERE
An Immense and Most Enthusi
astic Procession
TH LIBERALS IN THE TUREEN
Fortyseven Hundred and Twentythree
Marchers in LineScenes Under
Our Red LiLht
The weather yesterday was not of the
best yet it permitted
The day opened in a most discouraging
manner the clouds hanging low over the
mountains and thick mists obscuring the
gaze while a steady snow fall did not tend
to raise any particular enthusiasm in the
ranks of the Peoples marchers And all
day long the snow descended until to
wards evening there were several inches
on the ground Soon after
nightfall how
ever there were signs of a letup so that
when the hour for the commencement of
the parade had
arrived the weather was
very good save for the cold which was not
Seen Tinder The Heralds Red Light
Dr Groves was there
Elias Morns tramped it out
R K Thomas carried a torch
Not bad for a first rehersal hey
Bishop Spiers was out with the boys
James Dwyer carried a looming torch
County Clerk Cutler headed a division
Young Utah was there and on time
Sid Clawson was almost as big as Har
mon
Heber J Grant was among the horse
men
H P Richards and Doc Groves were in
lineThe
The popular street estimate put it at
5000
The Twentysecond corps have good
lungs
Registrar CluteGad
CuteHGad you snow us
under
David McKenzie looked thoroughly
martial
J H Moyle was there but without a
uniform
Sexton Patrick acted as captian of
captan
civilians
Bishop Romney marched among the lay
members
William Fuller made an imposing ap
pearance
Henry Grow looked natural beating his
base drum
The Twentyfirst ward band made a good
impression
Fourteenth ward banner motto Vic
tory is ours
The Fifth ward attracted attention for
fine marching
A W Carlson made a good appearance
with his ward
There were plenty of country visitors in
to see the sights
T G Webbers torch was among those
carried the highest
Tho Sixteenth ward banner We will
battle for freedom wi
Very few prominent Liberals were
abroad last evening r j
C
a a nicnaros looked as tnoign ne en
joyed his tramp hugely
W B Barton of Ward Eighteen loomed
in his Nauoo legion suit
W C Dunbar carried a torch with the
Twentieth ward civilians wih
Bishop Whitney was in the ranks of the
Eighteenth ward civilians
Dr McGee the colored oratorIts like
sing songs to de beabens
H P Richards voice was among those
who cheered THE HERALD
Dan Spencer was among Captain Mack
intoshs Thirteenth warders
Young Utah will resent persecution
was one of the mottoes seen
The Nineteenth ward banner Truth
crushed t the earth will rise again
P W Madsen was among the prominent
members in the Scandinavian ranks
The Twentysecond ward banner Con
quer we must for our cause isjust
Joe Bull presented quite a familiar ap
pearance at the head of the Sixteenth
Where is the other end was a query
often heard on the streets last evening
A traveler from Chicago stated that he
had not seen more enthusiasm at an elec
i I
> H C 1
tion in that city than was exhibited last I
night
Manager Burton was in line congrat
ulating himself that there was no show
The Sixteenth ward brass band came
out ors in waterproof coats of different col
Registrar HJramsHI nave seen it all
from the Metropolitan hotel and it is just
fineThe
The firemen looked on longingly from
the pavement but they didnt dare take a
hand
General Connor took it in in amazed
silence from a group opposite the Walker
house
Registrar J R MorrlsIt is very good
considering cause for which they are
marching
Dr Faust was one of the most active
aids to the marshal and laid General Con I
in the shade
Held Johnsons Where Did You Get I
That Bag drew forth considerable favor
able comment
Never was a parade started more
promptly thanks to the good generalship
ofMarshal Young
The Scandinavian band was a big fea
ture and the Scandinavian clubs made a
most excellent showing
The Third precinct was the first to sa
lute THE HERALD as it passed the office on
its way to the place assigned them
The large flag on Tan HERALD building
which was presented to the Peoples party
by citizens of Chicago was admired by all
Tnn HERALD compositors all threw up
their windows and abandoned work for the
time being Not a Tribune man looked up
from his case
Many soldiers from the post took it in
An officer complimented the cavalry and
said its only fault was that it bunched a
little too much
Zeb Jacobs juvenile club was one of the
features in the precession In reply to the
query Yours Zeb lie said Yes for a
time but I dont board em
G F Gebhardt a boy of fifteen years
fired four shots from a revolver and was
caught by the police reloading He claims
to have had no mischievous intent
Brother Derr was among the old
standbys who turnedout on this occasion
He is scarcely as young as he used to be
but he carried his torch with considerable
panions more grace than some of his younger com I
Johnson Pratt Co illuminated the
head of Main street with red fire as each
club passed They made a good showing
and received the thanks of the marchers in
the shape of cheers
There was but one transparency in the
procession and on this was inscribed
t Equal rights to all Success to the men
who have made Utah what it is A fair
field and no favor
There is a hl of a lot of young fellows
felows
in i the ranks said one Liberal to another
l ast evening Yes blank em was the
reply They are young it is true but
they are old enough to vote
There were 4723 people in line Mr
11
Rowe says he gave out 2310 suits outside
of the drnm corps the City Guards and
the Guitar and Mandolin club and besides
all these there were civilians from each
ward
Judge Powers was not seen last evening
He was Uat home to the Liberal drum
corps and when he heard the Peoples
music in the distance it is said he yelled
jeled
Hit her harder boys and drown that
other noise
At the first firing of roman candles and
fire crackers at the theatre the horses of
the cavalry near by became frightened
and Dr Benedicts horse slipped and fell
to the ground The doctor nimbly sprang fel
off and thus avoided injury
There was a pretty little scene near the
head of Main street A bevy of Third
Ward maidens had mounted a horse block
and as the club of that ward passed femi
nine Hurrahs for the Third ward rent
the air Instantly every Third ward hat
was in the air and the response given by
the boys rattled the glass in a neighboring
drur store window
None of the Liberals last night could
deny that the parade was more than im
mense and all kinds of flimsy apologies
were heard One said Yes it is the
biggest thing I ever sawbut they had
Provo and Weber county to draw from
Another There were 6000 in the outfit
4000 men and 2000 boys but you outft
polygs and kids out of the procession and
there are 4 per cent of voters left A
more modest Liberal said There are
tairty six hundred to four thousand but
they are onehalf kids and he turned
away withta sad smile on his manly face
One disgusted young man thought the pro
cession was a mile and a half long Ubut
said he they string them out so yeouw
know
A smile wreathed the faces of the Peo
ples party men whether they were in or
out of the procession There are some ten
derfeet in every party Throngs of men tn
who stood by and saw the parade will vote
the right ticket in February as evidenced
by their lusty cheers and enthusiastic
remarks last evening One of these said
truly We have beat the Libs at every
thing so far and we believe we will down
them at the polls Another prominent
young man on whom the Liberals have
been counting remarked that the proces
sion knocks the Liberals cold I the
other party had their eyes open last night
they must have seen where Young Utah L
stands
The Nineteenth
The Nineteenth ward schoolhouse was
packed on Thursday evening the occasion
being the regular meeting of the club The
following programme was rendered A
comic song by Richard Collet Miss Bes
sie Dean sang The Roll Call Miss
Grade Gallacher gave a comic reading
Music by the band Hon F S Richards
addressed the meeting
Then followed a quartette by E Beesl r
and son Miss Grow and Miss Raleigh
written by Emily Woodmansee as tel I
lows
II I
UPHOLD TIE RIGHT I
Uphold the ItiRlit though fierce the light
And powerful is tho foe
As J ruodomb frfenti her cause defend
Nor Tear nor favor chow
No coward can bo culled man
No friend will friends betray
Who would be free alert must be
Indifference will not pay
Note how they toil whose aim is spoil
Who plundering plots devise
Yet time will teach that fools oer reach
The mark and lose the prize
Can justice deign to wrong maintain
Whoeverwills it so
Can honor mate with treacherous hate
Can figs on thistles grow
Dare to be true and hopeful too
Be watchful bravo and shrewd
Weigh every act bo wise in tact
To serve the general good
Nor basely yield nor quit the field
Important is the fray
Scorn to recede there is no need
To give our rights away
Left handed fraud let those applaud
Who would by fraud prevail
In freedoms name contest their claim
Use no such word as fail
Honor we must each sacred trust
And rightful zeal display
Our part fulflllthen come what will
High heaven will clear the way
EMILY n W OODMANSEE
The Twentyflrst Ward Meeting
The regular meeting of the Twentyfirst
Ward Political club was held on Thursday
evening There was the greatest of inter
est manifested which was probably inten
sified by a visit from the Twentieth Ward
marching club in full uniform
The speaker of the evening was Hon H
J Grant whose address was without e
ception the most thorough ventilation of
the carpetbagger doings in Tooele and Og
den ever given in the ward and roused
every listener to renewed anl
An original campaign song When Our
Returns Comp In was sam by Mr W D
Owen and elicited vigorous applause
The excellent numbers rendered by the
brass band atoned for some of the reputa
tion lost by blowing out frozen notes on
Monday evening
A Great Liver Medicine
Dr Gunns Improved Liver Pills are a
sure cure for sick headache billious com
plaints dyspepsia indigestion costiveness
torpid liver etc These pills insure per
fect digestion correct the liver and stom
ach regulate the bowels purify and enrich
the blood and make the skin clear They
also produce u good appetite and invigorate
and strengthen the entire system by their
tonicaction Sold at 2 cents n box by Z
C MT drug store
AMUSEMENTS
KATIE PUTNAM TONIGhT
Owingto the severe ride which the Put
nam company have had for the last few
days through snowdrifts blockades etc
with the accompanying annoyances Miss
Putnam was suffering yesterday morning
from an attack of nervous prostration to
such an extent that her physician advised L I
her not to attempt a performance last
evening at the theatre However later in
i
the afternoon she was feeling much better
so much so that she enjoyed a splendid
view of the Peoples parade from her
rooms in the Walker house last night as it
passed up Main street exciting the envy
and admiration of every member of the
Liberal following This afternoon there
will be a grand matinee performance of
Erma the Elf at the usual matinee
prices and for the evening performance the i
company will produce the new and original I
comedy drama of Honor Bound The 1
organization has recently been strength
ened by the addition of four new members
and will no doubt reader an interesting
entertainment
OFFICE SUITES IN CULMER BLOCK
Can be
now secured These offices are
brilliantly lighted heated by steam fitted
with gas and electric light water service
closets janitor service passenger elevator
etc and the rents are very reasonable
SEVENTYFIVE for dinner at the Peoples
restaurant yesterday Still we are on top and I
room for more Meals 2 cents
CHESNEY STEVENS
Real estate agents 50 W Second South
Street room No 10 Lyon building
have a fine list of business resi
dence and acreage properties at reasonable
prices and easy terms Come and inspect
our list before buying elsewhere
LITTLE CASH
Wi buy you a lot 30x125 feet in the Onta
rio addition which is but S < f blocks from
the postofflce near the best car facilities
dry even this weather just west of Second
West street where the city is building up
with most desirable residences We own
this addition and save you commission
Lots only 300 to 350 each All overlook
the city Call early POLLOCK WILSON
No 10 E Second South street near Main
ground floor
SPECTACLES and eyeglasses a specialty
n
at John Daynes GO Main street specialy I
tested free of charge
Spencer Bywater Co have removed
to opposite the city hal where they are
prepared to do all kinds of tin work roof
ing puttering galvanized iron work etc
ONCE AGAIN WE BOW
What Our Exchanges Have to Say of The 4
1
j vi Chrstmas Herald
Below are a few more comments concerning
corning THE CHRISTMAS HERALD in addi
columns tion to those already published in these 1
IX NEW YORK
Spencer Clawson writes from New York
that THE CHRISTMAS HCUALDS which have
reached business houses there arc greatly
greaty
admired and appreciated and he thinks
hey will do Utah and her people a great
amount of good
A HKILLIANT NUMUER
THE SALT LAKE HERALD may well feel 1
round of its Christmas edition for it certainly
tainly is n brilliant number of this most I
enterprising journal It is neatly printed
and contains fortyfour pages of inter
esting reading matter besides many pic
tures of Utahs prominent buildings and
famous scenery THE HERALD is ably
edited being in the main conservative
yet always clear and forcible in its views
node Springs Miner
A FIRST CLASS NEWSPAPER
The Christmas edition of THE SALT LAKE
HERALD comes to us filled with much read L
lag matter of a historical kind together L
with many fine illustrations of business
buildings in Salt Lake city and of villages
and towns in Utah No one can say but
that THE HERALD is a first class news I
paper and that its proprietors deserve
much credit for the manner in which they
have gotten up and presented the Christ
mas edition to its many readers save and
except what will seem to the majority of
Gentile readers to Have been an error in
presenting on the first page a lifelike pic
ture of Brigham Young and about nine
columns of solid reading matter touching
the history of the Mormons their past and
present persecutions from the pen of
President George Q Cannon Outside of
its Mormon proclivity THE SALT LAKE
HERALD is a newsy paper Iddtio Ava
nncJte
TAKES TUB CHRISTMAS CAKE
THE SALT LUIEHERALD takes the Christ
mas cake Its issue for Christmas day con
tained forty pages larger than those of
the Capitol ed with much original in
teresting matter with a beautiful litho
graph cover The opening article is a com
prehensive article on the History of the
Mormons by President George Q Can
non Several fine literary stories adapted
to the holiday season are also part of its
contents Atogether it is one of the lar
goat and best Christmas papers that have
ever Capitol been issued Annapolis 3fd Evcnino
THE LARGEST AXD FINEST
The largest and finest Christmas supple
ment that has probably been issued by any
daily newspaper in the United States
comes to usfrom Tnn SALT LAKE HERALD
There are forty pages 18x24 with an lIla
minuted cover Salt Lake is boomed in
true western style and judging from the
mammoth advertisements of its merchants
there are few cities in the country with an
equal amount enterprise Pawtuckct R
I Eccntiiy Times
NO VITAL SUBJECT SLIGHTED
The holiday number of Tnn SALT LAKE
HEUALD before us I is very hand
somely gotten up A brief history of Salt
Lake is given and also a full account of
the wonderful growth aud progress of that
city during the past year Much space is
well devoted to the present needs and fu
ture possibilities of Utah There is no
subject which effects the vital interests of
the territory but that has received atten
tion in this holiday number Idaho an <
other portions of the northwest are men
tioned in well written articles The illus
trations arc excellent Hontpelicr Idaho
Observer
NOT SURPASSED IN THE UNITED S1ATE3
THE SALT LAKE HERALD comes to our ex
change table in gorgeous appointments
This beautifully illustrated Christmas ed
tion of fortyfour pages has not been aur
passed in beauty of finish and elegance of
design by any of the great metropolitan
dailies in the United States
It is certainly a grand newspaper and is
a Miss credit News to thenewspaper world Iferfdla
THE SCHOOL FUNDS
The Yearly Appointment by
Commissioner Boreman
WHAT EACH COUNTY RECEIVES
The Salt lake County Trustees to Meet
Superintendent Stewart Today at 12
Oclock Important Business
The following allotmcntof school moneys
for the year 1890 from the territorial tax
of three mills on the dollar to be used for
the payment of teachers has just been
made by Commissioner Boreman and for
warded to County Superintendent Stewart
ALLOTMENT TO TH COUNTIES
Beaver 22RI50
22 5
Box Elder 5231 10
Cache un 11802 8
Davis n 487155
4815
Emery 3515 60
i 1
Garfield 189175
Iron 207740
Kane Juab 3193 129485 05
Millard 3094 J5
Morgan 141000
Ug
Piute 2070 33
Rich 1140 80
Salt Lakp 2972380
0
0 0 nu 27238
San Juan 25380
2 8
Sanpete 1096049
Sevier n n uu 5Oil30
Summit 540205
Toocle u 29J1 60
29t
Utahnu 1780705
un
180
TJintah 2091 50
Wasatch 286230
0 0 0 uuh 28
Washington 3180 00
J
Weber 13263 4J
Total 0 on u13470
ALLOTMENT DISTRICTS OF SALT LAKE COUNTY
No
I First ward S 501 65
2 Second ward 435 55
3 Third J 528 75
4 Fourth ward uu 430 05
5 Fifth ward 477 0
0 Sixth ward 090 90
7Seventhward 900 0
a iiguiu waru r sos uo
g m 8 I
J Ninth ward OSG 20
1U Tenth ward u 1043 75
J I Eleventh ward 1240 60
12 Twelfth ward 1036 35
in I Thirteenth ward 10 3
I Fourteenth ward 714 40
1 5 Fifteenth ward 5447 00
l Sixteenth warduuu 1307 G
17 Seventeenth ward 773 50
18 Eighteenth ward 838 5
H Ninteenth ward 1008 20
20 Twentieth ward uunuu < 15
21 Twentylirst West Jordanuuu 431 75
1
22 Twentysecond Draperu 73085
8
3Twentythlrd Union 432 40
2 Twentyfourth South Cottonwood 439 45
2 5 South Cottonwood 43 33
20 SouthCottonwooduuuu 293 3
2 West Jordan 411 25
28 Big CottonwonLuun u 479 40
29 Sugar House ward 592 20
59 2
30 North 270 23
31 i Mill Creek 212 2
0
52 Brighton 110 45
3 East Mill Creek uu 244 40
2
3 Herriman u 209 15
2
3 South Jordan 380 70
as Mill Creek uumu 35 40
3 Big Cottonwood 35 95
IS
3 Taylorsville 300 00
39 Mill Creek 3 21 45
40 Farmers ward nuuuu 303 15
41 Sandy 060 35
h
42 Granite 157 45
43 Bingham l 331 30
44 Riverton 232 03
45 South Cottonwood OS 15
4G Granger 157 45
47 Pleasant Green 143 33
50 Fifty 173 3 I
9
51 Twentyllrst warduu uu 1201 30 I
5 Mountain Dell 133 3
57 North Granite 239 03
59 Granger 284 35
G Bluff Dale 105 3
J2 Brighton 98 70 4
53 Coon 1OJ i
54 North Jordan IX 4
05 Highland 12s 3 I
Total for Salt Lakecounty 2978 80 4
This apportionment is made on the basis
of e23 per capita the school population of
Salt Lake county between the ages of six i
and eighteen being 12648
A year ago the apportionment was 240 I
per capita which shows that the increase
in school children throughout the territory
has been proportionately greater for the
year than the advance in the assessed val
uation of property great as has been our
progress in material wealth
Superintendent Stewart informs us that
the schools of this city and county are in a
healthy condition and well attended
fact they are crowded some of them to
overflowing He says that the facilities
are not nearly equal to the attendance
As was shown some time ago the taxes
are very unequal it being a burden on
some of the poorer districts to keep the
schools in proper running order while
their neighbors who are more fortunately
located revel in luxury as it were on a
comparatively small tax Lor instance a
tax levied in the Second ward sufficient to
build a 10000 schoolhouse if levied in the
Fourteenth ward would build a 10000
house in every ward in the city and give
each 5000 besides for expenses of run
ning schools When it is considered that
persons who happen to reside in the Four
teenth ward are no more entitled to the
revenue arising from business property on
Main street from which the majority of
the tax comes than many who live in the
Second ward the inequality and injustice
is apparent This is as true of other
districts as of those named
How shall this be remedied 1 is the ques
tion The plan submitted recently to the
county court by Mr Stewart or a city
school system should be adopted Let the
school men see that the coming legislature
does something for us to remedy this evil
Superintendent Stewart wishes us to an
nounco to the trustees of the several dis
tricts that ho desires to meet them or one <
of their number today at 12 oclock m in
the Thirteenth district schoolhouse for
the purpose of issuing to them the order
on the territorial subtreasurer for their
allotment of moneys as above indicated
Commendable
All claims not consistent with the high
character of Syrup of Figs are purposely
avoided by the Cal Fig Syrup company
It acts gently on the kidneys liver and
bowels cleansing the system effectually
but it is not a cureall and makes no pre
tensions that every bottle will not sub
stantiate
For fine French kid or Dongola ladies
shoes or French calf gentlemens shoes or
fine slippers ladies or gentlemens or
rubber bootc overshoes or rubbers go to
the receivers sale 70 East First South
where you are sure to buy for fifty cents 4
on the dollar
A MAN HUNG AT THE NATATOR1UJI
Last evening while a large crowd were
bathing the Natatorium a man was seen
hanging to the rods on the ceiling by his
hands No harm done Ill assure you
Come and take a swim
NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Blackburn Knudson Bros Props Gold
silver and nickel plating by the dynamo
process Watches jewelry chains rings
and tableware replated and repaired Man
ufactures of seal presses and wax seals
steel and rubber stamps also manufac
turers of the celebrated Blackburn truss
Regilding of chandeliers key fitting and
lock repairing all branches repairing
of fans parasols and umbrellas Manufac
turers of all kinds of novelties Society
badges of every description made to order
Office Np 120 and 127 Waaatch building
Take elevator Factory 70 Centre street
Salt Lake city Utah
AUCTION
Sale at 41 East First South The entire
stock has been taken from the assignee by
the remaining creditors who must have
their accounts settled in ten days Auction
sale of art goods such as the finest bronzes
the most beautiful plush toilet sets writing
desks bisque figures willow rockers fine
jewelry finest stationery beautiful wine
sets fancy purses pocketbooks gents
shaving sets and smcking sets handsome
marble ornamented clocks dinner tea and
toilet sets Havilands finest chinaware
Pomona glassware skates toys and fancy
ware Auction sale to commence Saturday
January 4 1890 at 10 am sharp to con
tinue each day until all is sold 41 East
First South opposite Commercial street
FOR THE SUGAR PLANT
T he Pull that Lehi is 3Iiikinz Prospects For
Plenty ofWater
The holidays are over the weather ap
pears settled and the people are getting
down to business again The general
health is good Whilst the failure of crops
was great the volume of trade done by our
merchants proves that the total receipts
from all sources have not been less than
usual Doubtless the extensive railroad
building near here has contributed its share
Two items of interest have occurred in i
Lehi today First A meeting of the Lehi
Eccleciastical ward for the purpose of
electing a board of trustees to hold the
church property of this ward The board
elected was T R Cutler A R Anderson
William Clark William Goats and John
Woodhouse The board organized by
electing T R Cutler president A R An
derson vicepresident and Jamas lurk
ham secretary and treasurer kt
The other item was a general mass meet
ing of the citizens to take into considera
tion what inducements could bs held out to
the Utah
Sugar Manufacturing
company
to induce them to locate their plant in i
Lehi Quite a number of speeches were
made all going to show that Lehi had fa
cilities second to none and all that are
necessary to such an industry and further
that the citizens of Lehi were willing
to offer anything in reason by way
of inducement to the company to
locate l here In discussing tha water sup
ply question the flowing well prospect
past and present and the difference in flow
since the driving of the wells by Salt Lake
City on the Jordan bottoms also the in i
crease of flow since the partial closing of
said wells were fully set forth and action
at a future time seemed fully to be under
stood After an interesting discussion a
committee was elected to confer with the
agents of the sugar company The com
mittee is Mr Thomas R Cattier mayor of
the city Samuel Taylor and Israel Evans
who were also instructed and empowed to
call another meeting of all the citizens after
conferring with the company In common
with other places we are jubilant over our
prospects for water for the coming year
and if it continues much longer another
question will force itself upon us namely
what to do with it for although we have
had several dry seasons yet most of us
recollect what our streams can do und er
certain circumstances
Lehi American Fork and Pleasant Grave
have constructed a reservoir on one of the
flats at the head of the American Fork
canyon at a cost of about 1400 If we do
not need it all the better and now that we
have been taught the value of water we
expect to construct more
LEaf Jan 61890
Or pain or beautiful the while
No lady can afford smile
Unt ss her teeth are like the snow
And if she fail in this
And cant afford to smile or kiss
She must use Sozodont I trow
PERSONAL MENTION
L O LAWRENCE is up from Spanish Fork
R W SLOAN of the Logan Journal was down
from Logan yesterday
D P FELT the rustling book and stationery I
man of Provo smiled upon us yesterday I
PROF TANNER of Logan passed through the
city yesterday on his way to Provo where he
went to attend the funeral of his mother who
was buried yesterday afternoon
ATOTHE HOTELS
Tnc CLOT C n Miller Grand Junction J
P Callahan Coilinbton Cy Odull Idaho D
W Halstead Cincinnati A J Bloom Rocky
Bar Bay Campbell Tacoma T A Johnston I
Pocatello G C Norton Denver E H Ray
land and wife Los Angeles W H Kimper and I
I
wife Horton Kas A M Miner Highland I
Has G E Thompson Denver John Malton
Dallas Colo Walter Bryant Cincinaati J E
Sluffey and wife Ouray Cole J C Butterfield I
and wife Belmond Pa E W Julian Urbana
Ill C F Taylor C Royal Helena Dr H
Hunter New York W A Preston Lincoln
Neb J M McQuade Chicago J S Bone I
steele and wife Mitchell la J J Lyon Has
tings Neb
THE CULLFN S C Affett Chi ago G R Fos
tar Rochester N YI G Tonger Decater
Ill W H Fairbank Kansas City A W Talk
legion Mt Idaho Ida W T Tipson and wife
Newark N J George F Wanless Ogden
Charles Anderson J C Ware San Francisco
Mrs Elliot Sauceford Mrs E B Poyen Ed
royce Boston RH Dodd Provo J Johnson
Spring City A D Wright New Mexico
THE WHITE M S Graham Chicago A A
Mulholland Nebraska T F Gleason and wife
Los Angeles S M Duggins Provo W L Tur
ner and wife Heber B W Holmes Butte E
D Fox Mrs West R J Granfleld Omaha W
Barratt and wife Pueblo J F Collins E
Jcssops P Nicholson M D Hoge Ogden T
P Callahan Colllnston W Kirk R Simpson
West Chester Pa P Drowbay Grantsville T
Burke J J OConner Butte J Green Denver
R E Booth Alpine Gerbon Mammoth W
Greer Spanish Fork
THE CONTINENTAL W Johnson St Louis
P Schmat J J A Schmat Trinidad Cob L F
Hammond Logan H L Dickinson Clayton
Ida F J Keisel J F Leavidge S W Knapp
Ogden G E Thornton Denver A Farr C F
Olsen R ORiard Logan W A C Bryan Ne
phi T S Buttle New York Mrs G S Whit
ney Misses V Whitney A Wnitney M Whit
ney E Whitney Oakland Cal
WHITE HOUSE
corner of Main and Second South Most
central location of any hotel in the city
Opposite postofflce Union ticket and Pull
man office in the hotel Newly remodeled
and furnished throughout Table unsur
passed Electric light bells and all mod
ern conveniences Terms 150 to 3 per
day H L HALL Proprietor
The Troy Steam Launuy is doing more
and bettor work than any one of the kind
in the west Try it No 142 Main street

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