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Nt 8 TEEB SALT LAKE HEBJLLD FRIDAY JASTTTAKY 24 1890 < 1
THE HBRALDo
SALT LAKE CITY TTTAH
I L FKIDAV January 21 1SCO
Advertisements In this column 50 cents per
llneeach insertion
I
IMPORTANT TO VOTERS
Peoples party v ters must not move
irom one precinct to another before elec
c tion or they will lose their votes
I t Those who have already removed from
one precinct to another must apply forth
with to Registrar Page for the transfer of
their names No transfers will be made
after Friday night
LOCAL MD OTHER BRIEFS
SONE coal came in yesterday but far from
> enough to supply the demands
IT has besn nearly settled that there will be a
Peoples parade morrow Saturday night
Wires youtvant nice pure candies you can
always rely on getting them by calling at Culmer
Bros a
TIIEIIE is good skating on Hot Springs lale
nnd those who have recently tried it say it is
glorious
FELT boots felt shoes and felt slippers for
everybody in all prices and lands at Spencer
Kimb alls a
McCORNiCK Co received yesterday Han
auer bullion i5O silver and lead ores 83345
Total 55573
MONS ADERSON of Lehi was released from
the penitentiary yesterday having served a
sentence of twelve months
JAMES R SHAW and Jane Mullander both of
Salt Lake have filled a marriage license at the
office of the county cleric
ARTICLES of incorporation of the Western
Shoe and Dry Goods company have been filed at
the office of the secretary
NECKWAKE handkerchiefs mufflers perfum
cry and a large assortment of notions for the
holidays at Hardy Young Co a
AT the National beer hall last
night a man L
was robbed of tU50 The robbery is supposed to
4 have been committed while he was asleep in a
chair
FRANK A WOOLLEY a well known young 1
man employed at Walker Bros died suddenly
at his home yesterday fie leaves a wife and
four children
THE Caledonian society will give a concert
and ball tonight commencing at 730 in I
Armory hall Lads bring yere lasses and man
Aliure and bring yere wives
THE Students society of the Latterday
Saints college will meet m the Social hall at
730 this evening Dr J E Talmase will lec
ture on The Birth and Growth of Worlds
WE acknowledge with thanks a serenade last
evening by Pedersons Scandinavian band A
juvenile drum corps gave us a lively rattle but
we didnt find out their ward We thank thene
all the same
CERTAIN parties are said to be traveling
thOugh the country soliciting work for enlarg
ing photographs and representing themselves as
relations of the Auerbachs of this city Auer
ibach Bros denounce all such parties as frauds
A FEW of the personal friends of Mr U M
Short presented him with an elegant tiger
robe from South America last evening Mr
Short responded handsomely by popping sev
eral mysteriouslooking bottles marked Pom
mery Sec
Mn R H FORD who recently received in L
juries by falling forty feet while at work on thr
temple died at the Deseret hospital yesterda I
at 2 pm He was for many years curator of the
museum and while in the position became
widely known
YESTERDAY commissions were issued by the
secretary of the territory to Samuel B Adams
school trustee of Kanab Kane county Hanson
Bayles and Mons > Petersen selectmen of San
Juan county and George Williams constable
of Kanarra Iron county
Louis JAMES repertoire will be Tuesday
Verginius Wednesday Othello Thursday
Julius Ceasar Friday Hamlet Saturday
matinee Ingotxar and Saturdav night
Richard IlL Mrs Burgess will sell season
tickets to the six performance for S3
SERGEANT FITZMAURICES report of yester
days temperature is as followsSalt Lake city
20 Helena 2 below Fort Custer S below
Fort Wahakie 0 Rawlins 1C At I Ii
a DlSalt Lake City 30 Ogden 35 Stockton
27 Bingham S3 Park City 31 Provo 32
THE remains of Mrs Orebell Leflller Cragcr
were buried from the First ward schoolhouse at
S30 yesterday The speakers were S B Young
Joseph Booth John T Thorp and Bishop War
burton The deceased leaves many friends and
acquaintances who keenly regret her death
THE stockholders of the Peoples Equitable
co op believe in cultivating sociability as well
as trade and tha meet tonight at the Four
teeuth ward assembly rooms for their firs
grand annual sociable and entertainment The
general committee is W Langton Philip Spry
So R Marks Oliver Hodgson and Eli Folland
THE fire bell screamed out last night about 8
oclock and brought the fire engine up in Iron
of Pembrokes before anybody knew what was
up An electri light wire which had been tl C
inched fromits insulator set fire to the awning
and for a few moments caused a small fame
and some excitement but the trouble was soon
paded by someone cutting the wire
1 NUMBER of railroad men were standing near
the Union ticket office the other day discussing
matters when a wellknown character in Sal
Lake who is on his uppers both as regards
health and general appearance hove in sight
I am trying hard to save that vote until aft ir
election remarked a well known freight agent
but i looks now as i he intended to agent
disappoint me
THE funeral of Conductor J E Ryan of th
Union Pacific who died in Cheyenne on the
0th will take place from S1 Marks church at
3 r today Mr Ityan was a member of
the Order of Railway Conductors and also of
the G A R All members of both organization
and friends of the family are invited The de
aced was a brother to Engineer W I Ryan
of the Rio Grande Engneer
IT looks as though our friends the Liberals
Intended t make Mr Scotts virtues cover the
multitude of sins Yesterday there was a hand
hill announcing a Liberal rally in the Eighth
ward and on the head i big bold black type
the legend Geo 11 Scott for Mayor iit
appears to be the Liberal war cry now But it
I getting rather chestnutty Why not make a
change once and give the other nominees a
chance We can all understan how well W I
W Gee for Police Judge would ornament te
edge of a dodger
AN exchange contains the following rcreine
which it say will cure a bal cold It i JBJI
trying anyhow Permit me through tnc mediuir I
of yjur valuble 3uumal to inorm your readers
of a sirnalc and elHsacious remedy for influenza
which was used fortyfive years ago In Vustrilia
when the disease was ravaging in the colonies
and by i many livens were saved It if as fol
IJVTS When the paicat is frt attutketl will
th symptoms which arc a chillinesb acjorn
pan od with sneezing bathe thu extremities I I
well in hot water nail mustard rub the neck
fHd chest with turpentine and sweet oil placId
thick flannel over them und go t bed Should
the disease as is usual bntwctn midnight and
morning develop to ueb an alarming degree as
to endanger the Jf 1 of the patient by suffocation is
thou have a kettle of boiling water handy and
hold the head of the sufferer over the hot atm
and let him inhale it through the mouth and
nostrils being careful however not to hold the
race close enough to scald the patient In a few
minutes relief will come and the sufferer w 1r1 I
breathe freely and the chances for recovery br 1 o I
Teatly augumented Almost the entire family
3f the writer was saved by this means at the
time in Australia and as i is so simple I
thought that it would be but right to inform the
public now that influenza is raging over the
Country how to cure themselves ragg I
DELICIOUS ARM BEVERAGES
The decoctions served t the thirsty and
cold at the Occidental are delicious pure
and superior Firstclass wines liquors
fcaers ales and cigars Family supplies a
specialty
cpeciaty ACER MuKPirr Proprietors
The most stylish millinery in the city is
at Mme Lambs 2 Main street a
k FOR TAG
and all kinds of material for fancy work
go to the Mikado No 4 East First South
Patterns all new also a full line of
a
Japanese novelties Open until 930 oclock
every night MAURICE STIEFEL Prop
Our stock of woolen goods hosiery and
underwear at cost SIMON BROS
NOBLE CO
The only exclusive hatters removed to
a
irs Main street
>
NOTICE
Bids will be received for the building of
a citv hal for Provo city up t and includ
sing February 81890 at 12 oclock m at
the council chamber in court house Provo
ClThe committee reserve the right to re
ject any cxmitee al bids For plans specifications
fications and all further particulars apply
tcations al W D ALEXANDER
Chairman building committee
Pnovo CITY Utah January 10 890
LITTLE CASH
Wi buy you a lot 30x125 feet in the Onta
rio addition which is but 8U 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 800 to 350 each All overlook
the city Call earlyPOLLOCK WILSON
No 10 E Second South street near Main
ground floor
A H Mayne Sc Co of 231 Main street
are still at the front with their list of bar
gains in business and residence property
farming lands and acreage suitable for
platting Wo are carefully watching iho
market and have picked up several choice
properties which we offer at low figures
We keep our list always full of lirst class
i Itifj
bargains and our rustlers secure our prop
erty for us directly from first hands We
also have a few of those cheap lots left
in West Drive subdivision These lots are
so well and favorably known that comment
is unnecessary Call and see us i you
want to invest your money so as to pet big
returns I you want a cheap home or
good business location we have what you
want and can sell it cheap A H MAINE
231 Main street up stairs
AHINT TO INVESTORS
Our office is at 28 Main street opposite
estate Z C M 1 E V Fohlin Co real
A SNAP
3x10 on 6th and E 1900
5 > x7 4th South between 5th and Gth
East 5500
115x150 feet corner 7th and I 3000
2xX 4 roomed brick 5th West between
South and North Temple 2500
10x10 corner 2d street 3500
10x10 corner 3 i street 3000
3x10 Gth South State Road 4500
We have some choice acreage
Easy terms for particulars call on Caste
S mons real estate and loans Grand
opera house 31 W 2d South street Salt
Lake city
BARGAINS
I have a splendid list of property choice
business and depot pieces improved and
unimproved residence corners city lots in
plats C and F and a number of acreage
tracts for platting Call and examine list
C E W VXTLAXD
a 201 Main street
C1IESNEY 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
A SNAP
New fiveroom brick house pantry
water etc rents for s > 20 per month lot 2x
10 four blocks from postoflice price today
3500
DlCTERJOHNSOX INVESTMENT Co
f 15S South Main street
NOTICE
Weave informed that certain parties are
traveling through this county and territory
soliciting work for enlarging photographs
etc and representing themselves as rela
tives of ours We desire to warn all people
on whom these parties may call that we
have no relatives here engaged in any such
business 1 and we would advise citizens to
be 1 on their guard when such parties call on
them F AUEIHJACII BKO
JACK FROST HERE
We offer fifty dozen toboggan caps at 25
35 and 50 cents worth double the money
SIMON Buos
Diphtheria and all kinds of sore throat
yields readily to the Microbe Killer Use
it freely it can bo relied on D L Davis
70 W First South street agent for Utah
JACKSON LUDLOW CO
pay highest price for hay grain and pro
duce Goods delivered promptly at lowest
prices and satisfaction guaranteed No 50
W First South x
SPECTACLES and eyeglasses a specialty
at John Daynes GO Main street Eyes
tested free of charge
MARTIN SCIDIIDTS REMOVAL
My friends and customers are notified
that they will hereafter find me in my
new and elegant quarters in the Progress
building MARTIN SCHMIDT
DINWOODEYS WEATHER STRIPS
All sizes cheap at Dinwoodeys
S F BALL CO
Globe bakery and cafe 24 Main street are
making a specialty of every description of
cakes candies pastries etc for the hell
day trade Cakes ornamented on shortest
possible notice
BEST raisins 12 < fc per pound
Full cream cheese V2yc per pound
2lb can marrowfat peas lOc
Saponiflre lye 1 cans for 1
7 large bars soap for 25c
Splendid teas 12c per package
Homemade allwool hose
Childs 12Jc per pair worth ROc
Misses 20c 40c
Ladies 25c I i 50c
Mens suits from 350 per suit
Childs S150
5 POLES EQUITADLK COOP
Carload of fresh grass seed just received
at Bailey Son
F Auerbach Bro sell 9 spools em
broidery silk for 5c j
NOBLE WOOD CO
The only exclusive hatters removed to
158 Main street
Threefourths of your ailments arise
from liver troubles which Simmons Liver
Regulator cures
OFFICE SUITES IN CULMER BLOCK
Can now be secured These offices are
orilliantly lighted heated by steam fitted
with gas and electric light water service
closets janitor service passenger elevator
etc and the rents are very reasonable
R M JOHNSON CO
No 26 First South street west brokers
and commission merchants buying and
selling real estate stocks grain provisions
and merchandise Consignments solicited K
New stock of lumber at lowest prices at
Angell Bros State road Telephone 488 I
WALLPAPER
And ingrains decorations magnificent
line at Dinwoodoys
We have a speedy and positive curefor
cat diphtheria canker mouth and
headache in SHILOHS CATARRH REM
EDY A nasal njector free with each
bottle Use it if you desire health and sweet
breath Price 50 cents Sold by A C
Smith Co
An elegant line of gentlemens under
wear in natural wool Vicuna merino silk
sik
and cashmere and allsilk at
BASTMAPSHALL Malt Co
i 142 Main street
HOT LUNCH
At Gallachers from 12 to 4 25c Short
orders a specialty
COAL COAL COAL COAL
The Home Coal Co furnishes all kinds of
coal promptly on time as cheap as any
firm in the city No 40iMain telephone
295 a
Is Consumption ncnraule
Read the following Mr C H Morris
Newark Ark says Was down with
Abscess of Lungs and friends and wih
frends physi
cians pronounced me an Incurable Consump
tive Began for taking Dr Kings New Dis
covery Consumption am now on my
third bottlo and able to oversee the work
on my farm I is the finest medicine ever
made
Jessie Middlewart Decatur Ohio says
Had it not been for Dr Kings New Dis
covery for Consumption I would have died
of Lung Troubles Was given up by doc
tors Am now in best of health Try it
Sample bottles free at A C Smith Cos
drug store 5 I
i l t
t
DRINK
LION
COFFEE
A TRUE COMBINATION OF
Mocha Java and Rio
A BEAUTIFUL SOUVENIR
Picture Card Given
WITH EVERY POUND PACKAGE
LION COFFEE
When you buy your Groceries try a
package LION COFFEE his the
best in the United Statesmade up from
a selection of Mocha Java and Rio
properly blended and is conceded by aU
to make the nicest cup of Coffee in the
and For Sale Everywhere
WooSson Spice Go Manfrs
KANSAS CITY Mo TOLEDO O
MERCMMS WRITE OUR JOBBER FOR PRICES
PHOTOGRAPHS I
Cabinet Photographs
AT POPULAR PRICES
AT
FOX SYMONS
J c CONKLIN
DEALER I
Real Estate C
Correspondence Solicited
OFFICE 141 SOUTH MAffl STREET
Kooir 2 UPSTAIRS
Salt Lake City Utah
REFERENCES BY PEXJIISSIOX
Union National Bank Salt Lake City
Deseret National Bank Salt Lake City
J E Dooly Manager Wells Fargo Cos
Bank Salt Lake City
Utah National Bank Ogden Utah
Arthur L Thomas Governor of Utah
a
2t South Main Street
C E WANTLAND
Real Estate
Railroad Lands
AND J
UTAE INVESTHEHTS
201 South Main Street
Salt Lake City Utah
GREATEST
Clearance m Sale
ON RECORD
CLOTHING AND
FURNISHING GOODS
Our Entire Stock Sacrificed I
Looks at these Cut Prices
50 dozen Boys knee pants 4 to 13 years at 10 worth 40
50 e 40 75
350 Boys cheviot suits u 75 S225
275 u 115 300
325 a all wool 210 400
150 school overcoats 200 350
15 dozen boys hats all sizes at 35 c 50
25 H winter underwear all sizes 35 50
85 Mens business suits all sizes 375 750
98 h C 550 950
66 775 1250
102 assorted styles 925 1550
210 t fine black worsted dress suits
all wool 965 1650
54 a a
1240 1950
22 ll 1GS5 2500
410 pair Kens jeans pants good quality 70 100
05 working pants all vool 175 350
580 H line cassimere pants 235 450
35 pair Mens dress pants at 450 700
65 Mens blue and brown beaver overcoats 650 1250 I
78 chinchilla overcoats 650 1250 I
42 furtrimmed ulsters extra quality 1225 1850
68 dozen Mens winter underwear bargain 33 7j J
22 flannel overshirts 45 Th I
100 woolen shaker socks a pair 12 12 i
150 cotton socks per dozen 45 5 i
50 H white unlaundrd dress shirts 40 75
35 H fall dress shirts 140 300 t
200 best blue denims overalls 45 75
200 jumpers 45 a 75 I
185 black stiffhats latest shapes 140 300
210 knitted jackets good value 85 150
180 pairs good quality buck gloves 65 100
105 mitts 30 75
75 dozen suspenders 10 25 i
150 fine quality silk handkerchiefs 35 75 t
80 H linen collars 4ply a doz 65 u 250 If
We guarantee to sell these goods at above prices ti16f I
February 15 1890
Lipmanj Walerstein COIJ I
175 and 177 Main Street i
A FISHER BREWING CO I
The rapidly growing trade of our Lager Beer shows what can be PIC with Utah Barle I
Imported Hops and NO stnssTrrnrES II I
Special Terms Given on Carload Lots i
Quality Guaranteed All Orders receive careful > n City trade supplied on orders left as
Tufts Nystroms Hill Trewhela Walls t er Beer Hall and at the Ofce orer ler gfr J
A FISHER BR1 VTO O CO
Office Corner Second South and Third West Streets Telephone
Brewer Telephone 2
LU M E E 1 f
Shingles Sash Doors and All Kinds M f Fencing f
THE BURTONGARDNER COMPANY R
UPTOWN OFFICE Opposite Theatre East Telephone 2
YARD Corner First East and Eighth South Streets J
AUCTION
OF
GLASSWARE CROCKERY TIN WARE
FANCY GOODS AND SILVERWARE
Eaoli Day at S OClools ct
41 EAST FIRST SOUTH ST
ASSIGNEE
IBISINESSINTERESTS
The Chamber of Commerce Meet
ing Last Evening
A ONE MILLION DOLLAR BOND
TIle Real Estate Sales Made Yesterday and
Filed for Record Other Busi
ness JIattors
I was half an hour later than the ap
pointed time when the meeting at the
hamber of commerce opened last night
cB nirht
But two or three members of the Legisla
t are veie in attendance and a like number
o f the ciy eunuch il
Second Vice President Hall called the
meeting to order and stated that it had been
c ailed more especially to discuss the prob
lem of street paving for Salt Lake He
anted all to feel free in the discussion and
t o give a thorough ventilation of the sub
ect
ectColonel
Colonel Hollister read some interesting
extracts of the laws o paving of the city
o f Omaha and showed how a tax was
levied in that city for such public improve
ments The city of Omaha was specially
eferred to because she had paved some
fifty miles of streets in a very short period
os tie I was done mainly through the
s ystem of special street paving bonds not
t o be classed as regular city bonds and by
Ms means the taxation was extended over
ta
a lengthy period of time It is a question
hat should be investigated i the city
here be empowered to issue such a bond
Chairman Hall thought it would be a good
point for some motion to the effect of hav
ing j the streets paved be made so that the
mutter could e systematically got at
Mr Dooly thought that the way to touch
the matter right would be to petition the
city council He thought the laws at pres
ent were all right if the citizens evinced a
disposition to push the matter The paving
should be paid by abutting property owners
hc street crossings to be paved at the citys
expense
Mr las Morris thought that to tax
property owners for sidewalks would beall
tight but it would hardly be right for them
to bear the expense of the general street
paving
Mr Lawrence moved that it be the sense
of the meeting that the city council take
ome action to pave the streets of the lire
district of Salt Lake
Mr Donnellan offered to amend by in
cluding all sewer district No1
Mr Hollister moved to amend by having
the president appoint a committee to pre
pare a bill and present to the present
Legislature and possible secure its pass
age H W Lawrence called for his motion to
see if paving was wanted
Mr McCornick thought such a law not i
essential
Mr Hall of the Legislative council
asked Mr McCornickwhat per cent of the
present tax valuation of the city was the
bonded debt of the city I was thought
to be about 3 per cent
11 Hall stated that the Legislature can
not give power to the city to raise a tax to
exceed 4 per cent
ll Hollister wanted Congress memorial
ized if we are restricted to 4 per cent that
Salt Lake might extend its indebtedness
to 10 per cent and made a motion to that
effect
Chairman Hall then put the motion of
Mr Lawrence on having sewer district
number one paved and that this be the
sense of the meeting It was unanimously
carried
Mr Hollister then renewed his motion
on having Congress memorialized t place
the limit of our indebtedness at 10 per cent
ll Dooly showed that under our pros
ent law we could get all the money requisite
for the required improvement and tnought
we would not have much success by going
before Congress with a question that but
few Congressmen would know anything
about Applause
11 Hollister answered that we should
be allowed the right to expend as much as
in judgment ought to be spent
Mr Calborn favored the motion as it
would enable the city to get a bettor water
supply
jority The motion was carried by a small ma
A motion was then nut for a committee
and carried Mr Hollister moved there be
three appointed as this committee
Then there was a recall for a vote on Mr
Holsters motion and further discussion
Mr Holster then made the following
motion
That a committee of three be appointed l > j
the chair to prepare a bill for the Legislature
and secure its passage i possible to empower
the city council to divide the city into paving
districts and curbing and guttering district
after the manner of the Xehrabl law incorpor
ating cities
It was moved by Mr Calborn that the
Legislature be requested to repeal the law
on buying and selling real estate for profit
Judge Bartch thought that if such a law
were to be repealed it would be liable to
bring in powertul monopolies
The motion was carried by a ssall ma
jority
Mr Donellan moved that the Legislature
Legslature
be requested to memorialize Congress for n
1000000 government building in Salt
Lake
Mr McCornick thought it seemed that
we are not modest after having made one
request for 5500000
Tue motion was unanimously carried
I Me Ferry resigned from the committee
recently appointed to aid in securing the
passage of Miens educational bill as he is
a member of the Leaulature I was ac
cepted and Mr McCoruick was chosen to
lill the vaancy
A communication was received from the
Utah sugar syndicate 11 Stayner was
called for and laVe SOl clear points in
favor of the production of sugar in Utah
and asked for the influence of the businessmen
men in behalf of the enterprise as it would
be the saving of something like a million
dollars to the territory every year I was
intended to start work this year and manu
facture about three million pounds of sugar
I was moved and carried that it be the
sense of the meeting that the present
Legislature be requested to give a bounty
of one cent per pound for all sugar manu
factured in this territory for two years
A like motion for a bounty of one cent
for all piping manufactured ia Utah was
carried
The meeting then adjourned
HOW PROVO IS BEING BOOMED
Some of the Advantages of the Garden City
Held Forth
Provo is being boomed in good shape all
through the country A colored poster
has been distributed by the thousands and
among others it contains the following
Provo the Gem city is the manufactur
ing centre of Utah With a population of
6500 it is located at the junction of the
three best mountain passes through the
Wasateh rangc Provo city is the county
seat of Utah county which yields more
produce than any other county in Utah
territory It is supplied with sufficient
water to irrigate every foot of land in the
county which annually produces 600000
bushels of grain besides an immense quan
tity of fruit and potatoes 700 bushels of
potatoes being produced upon one acre of
ground Provo city furnishes the
sur
rounding country with woollen goods
four coal iron rock salt asphaltum coke
gqsonite fine building stone slate
lime rock fruits of all kinds
fish game lumber beef etc
Provo city has a million dollars worth of
public property It has the second best
opera house in the west as well as ths ter
ritorial insane asylum the United States
district court the Provo woolen mills the
largest west of the Missouri river and
iron foundries a canning factory a min I
er l manufactory a combination fence fac
tory public schools academies churches
of all l denominations and all are operating
together for the common weal Provo city
is the junction of two transcontinental
railroads with prospects of two more
already laid out It has organized
> street car companies and an electric light
company and is building three miles of
asphaltum walks Provo is the only city
in Utah that has an unlimited supply of
water for factory purposes from which
5000 horse power might be derived with a
radius of five miles Provo city is situated
on the border of Utah lake a beautiful
sheet of water 15 by 40 miles in area
abounding in fish and game of every de
scription For informotion address secre
tary chamber of commerce
The Lothwell Meeting
The postponed meeting of the directors
of the Both well Canal company will be
held in Ogden to day Mr H M Bacon
secretary and treasurer going up from this
city to attend the same In connection
with the recent litigation the fact has
come to light that Mr Bacons bonds as
treasurer have been placed at 1000000
and it need not be said that they were
promptly given Mr Bacon thus enjoys
the distinction responsible as it is of
being able to give by far the highest bond
that has ever been required of any official
in the west and it shows that he has
friends who are pretty well satisfied as to
his honor and integrity
I IN THE LAND OFFICE
Land Contests Decided Cash and Mineral
Patents Issued
Our Washington correspondent sends the
following In laud contests decided the
names of the successful parties arc printed
in i small capitals
SALT LAKE CITY
Land Contests Decided EOGEXE F
JONES vs Israel Barlow Senior
LHWI MARTIN vs Eugene F Jones
James D Sprunt vs STEPHEN R MAUKS
Mineral Patents Silas Reed Arthur
and Mount Vernon No 2 lodes
John J Daly Grundy County and Gif
ford lodes
UOISE CITY IDAHO
Homestead Patent Nos 532 51 5iO
5ii bU2 64 to HS inclusive 650 62 6j3
654 662 6G3 6G5 GGG and GGi
LEWISTON IUA1IO
Land Contest DecidedA B CHAWIAX
vs G W Webber
SPOKANE FALLS WASHINGTON
Land Contests Decided Charles Page vs
HENKY Throws
Frank J Colburn vs E J PITTMAX
Cash PatentsNos 066 IOU 10iO 1403
14ilG75 1i37 1804 HJ5 2046 20G 10
2 09S 2130 2I 2158 2Hl 2H2 21G 2W8
2 100 203 2294 2205 2205 23O2 2367 2411
2 412 2413 2418 25 4a 4 2452 2455
2400 3490 and 2469 Colfax and Spokane
Falls patents
WALLA WALLA
Laud Contest Decided FKITZ REIMEUS I
vs James C Carey et al
BArrALO WYOMING
Cash PatentsNos 213 430 COG and 730
Cheyenne patents
CHEYENNE
Cash PatentsNos 272 339 482 741 7Go
793 1031 1321 1437 1499 1557 1575 1595
1001 16121650165S and 16i S3
EVANSTON
Cash PatentsNos 9 and 20
I the Realty Marts
Mrs J Thomas et a1 to Martin S Lindsey
2x7 rods lot 5 block 73 plat 0 2000
Louis R Ehrich and wife to Luella R Updo
graff lots 10 II 12 and 13 block 2 Ehrichs sub
division of block 3 plat F 51700
Guhtave C Bartels and wife to Adele M Bast
lots 2 to 3 block 1 Popperton Place subdi
Vision 52400
Sharon Atkinson and wife to William H II
Stafford 7GJ feet by 7 rods lot 5 block 39 plat
B Third South and Sixth East 50700 31
Henry W Lawrence and wife 70 Moses P
Kinkaid 5 acres lot IS block 1 fiveacre plat
A Big Field survey Fourteenth South and First
East 10000
Robert Marcrcft et a1 to John B Lawrence
2xlO rods lout block 12 plat A S750
H C Fullmer and wife to Harry R Brown all
of lots 2 to 3 Cummings subdivison of lot 2
platE 51500
Daniel AV Hunter to Laura L H Cook all of
lots 2 to 31 block 1 Hunters subdivision
51800 i
Elizabeth II Ellis to Carrie L Eshinger t IDOx
7J4 feet block 4 plat B 6300
Salt Lake City to John B Cummock 7000
square feet lot 10 block 18 plat J S150 3 iOO
William H Wallace to Andrew Farmer Hun
ter lots 24 and 25 blocks 2 Ehrichs subdivision
block plat B 81500
G W Clark et 1 to Mary E Bechtel east
three quarters of lot 2 block G plat A < 300
jO
Thomas Kollinson to Lou E Wiseman 27x123
feet lots I and 9 block 1 Park Place 2ixl2
1125 additon
Salt Lake city to D L Daniels all lot 10
block 11 plat JS300
Charles B Durst and wife to Delaney Wilson
all lots 4 and 7 block 12 Garden City addition
Ciy additon
plat 0 10
Paul A and Mary Elkin to William Fuller
part southwest quarter section 2 township 1
south of range east SCOO
Andrew Jenson and wife to William Fuller 2x
1 rods lot 2 block 150 plat A S900
Louis R Ehrich and wife to Edward Home et
aI lots 4 to 9 block 2 Ehrichs subdivision
block 3 plat F 52250
Louis F Kullak to C A Eggert allots4 to 9
block 2 Ehrichs subdivision block CO plat F
S3SO
S3SOFrank
Frank H Clark to O F Carlson east 5 rods
north 174 feet west 7 feet north 73 s feet west
75Y feet south 15 rods lot I block I 1 plat A
First West and North Temple 5018750
O F Carlson to Stephen H Lynch cast
rods north 174 feet west 7 feet north 75t feet
west 754 feet south 15 rods lot 1 7Y plat
A First West and North Temple G900 0
Mathew Tompson to William Spicer ill acres
lot3 block 10 plat C S323
A S Kendall et al to Frank S Holland 4x10
rods lot 3 block 40 plat B 8 4xl
James Collins et 1 to John G Mitchell 100
square rods lot 1 block 3 plat B 51800 10
18
Gilbert D Amos et al to Satchwell Bryant
lots V and 8 block I Amos addition 4SO Bryant
C D Pratt et al to George Bruce 33HJ square
rods lot I block57 plat B 81500
John H Whalon to S P Armstrong lot 9
block 2 Denver city Utah SIOO
Thomas Robinson et a1 to Herbert Mabbott
7425 square feet lots block 4 plat B 0
Ella C Lewis to S D Cady 10x7 rods lot 2
block 124 plat D 53000 10xy
S D Cady to Charles Zaun 10x7 rods lot 2
block 121 plat D 50
Henry Wagener and wife to Kate Farrell 214
xlO rods lot 7 block 91 plat A 3500 2Y
John T Caine and wife to Julia Dean Caine
10x3 rods lot 8 block 9 plat B 1
Julia D C Alder to George D Alder 10x3
rods lot 8 block plat Bi SI 1
George D Alder et a1 to Julia D C Alder
10x3 rods lot 8 block plat B n
KNOWLDEN COIIPANYS LIST
S2 < xl63 First South between Second
and Third West 225 per foot
63x165 on Third South between First and
Second West 275 per foot
147 feet front on Third South between
First and Second East 350 per foot
30x115 First South between East and
West Temple
5x10 Social hal alley nice hnuse etc
5x20 brick nine rooms Second West
street 6250
Onehalf block on north bench cheap
Five acres east bench snap
100 acres over Jordan very cheap 100
per acres on direct line of J W Youngs
railroad
10x10 corner of E Sixth easy terms j
0500
10x10 H and Sixth 5500
115x105 corner of Fourth East and
Second South 26000
10x20 corner of Tenth East and
Brigham
We have a large list of acreage building
lots residences and business properties
Call on us for bargainsKNOWLDEN propertes
KNOWLDEN 8i Co
house No 251 up stairs South Main opposite Walker
BARGAINS
Residence Fourth East between Third and I
Fourth South 10x20 rods
Residence on First street between A
andB3x63rods
Fine residence on corner of Brigham I
and G
5x10 rods Third street between J and I
streets
69ixlO rods Fifth street between I and J
6 rods by 140 feet Fifth East between
Eighth and Ninth South
15x10 rods Ninth South corner Seventh
East
52x200 feet on Center street Sroom
brick house
10x20 rods Second West between Second
and Third North
7x10 rods corner Fourth South and
Third East
10x10 rods Fourth South between Third
and Fourth East
60x145 feet First South street corner of
Second East
Choice acreage near Liberty Park and
also near Jordan river
ELUUEUGI JENNINGS
Culmer Buildinc Room 23
NEW WALL MAP
The necessary orders having been given
a new wall map is in process of publica
tion The map will be 6x7 feet in size
drawn to a scale of 660 feetone inch var
nished and mounted on rollers Lot and
block numbers will be given and map how
every addition filed for record up to and
including December 20 189 I will be the
finest and most complete wall map ever
made of Solt Lake and
city will be deliv
ered in latter part of February 1S90 Or
ders for this map left with Jesse W Fox
city surveyer or Parsons Derge booksel
lers will be fled by me
a W H WHITNEY
METEOROLOGICAL LOCAL RECORD
SALT LAKE CITY Utah Jan 23 ISiO 1
Signal Service U S AMax
6
Time o
of E S State of
obser B E n g Weather
6 am 278i26 70 N 2 Cloudless
6 pm 272j3G N 1 Cloudy
Max temp 360 mm temp200
10 Mean temp 280 for 18 year 2 deficiency
Deficiency of temp since January 1 18SO 130 1
Rainfall 000 inches mean duly 1i years
OOo Inches deficiency 005 inches
inches Excess of rainfall since January 1 1690 141
P H F1TZMAURICE
Sercemt Signal Corps
THE BOTHWELL CASE
The Decision is in Favor of the
Defendants
THE STRINGHA3I LIQUOR SELLING
The Usual Proceedings Before Police Judge
Pyper and Probate Judge
Bartch
In the case of John R Bothwell vs Sam
uel M Jarvis and others in which the
plaintiff sought an injunction Judge An
derson delivered his opinion yesterday
morning The decision was in favor of the
defendants A modified injunction was
granted it is true but it is only to the ex
tent that the executive committee be dis
pensed with and that the management of
the companys affairs should be in the
hands of the board of directors I was
also decided that the treasurer had a per
fect right to deposit the bonds with the
JarvisConklin Mortgage and Trust Com
pany it being shown in evidence that
such company was responsible that
the secretary had a right to keep the books
where he pleased that Messrs Jarvis and
Conklin have the right to vote 300000
worth of stock that no fraud or dm
had heen found and no wrongful acts had
been done The postponed meeting will be
held at Ogden to < ay
The plaintiff was granted a ten days stay
Unitec States vs George Stringam ille
gal sale of liquor three cases forfeiture of
bail set aside and defendant pleads not
guilty new bond required of the defend
ant as his former sureties were his wife
and his attorney C O Whittemore
BEFORE JUDGE PYPER
The Usual Avalanche of Drunks Tags and
PeaceDisturbers
In the police court yesterday John P
Hogesou was arraigned on the charge of
creating a disturbance and discharged
John W Hosner for being drunk was
find the usual sum of 5
William Davis for vagrancy and beg
ging was given thirty days with the chain
gang
Thomas Flannagan was adjudged not
guilty of being drunk this time and or
dered discharged and he was discharged
J H Walker answered to the chnrge of
exhibiting a deadly weapon and was
found not guilty
John Yates forfeited 5 which he had
left in security for being drunk
BEFORE JUDGE BARTCH
The Grist of Probate Business Transacted on
Thursday
Guardianship of Sidney K Hooper and
Alice Hooper minors case continued t
10 oclock today
Estate of Edward Petty petition for
letters of administration came up for regu
lar hearing Case continued til 10 oclock
ocock
today
Estate of Thomas F Heath case con
tinued til 10 oclock today
Estate of Edward Davis time set for
settlement of final accounts and for hear
ing petition for distribution
Estate of Thomas Green order made of
publication of notice to creditors
Estate of Ann Smith order made of
publication of notice to creditors
Estate of Henry Lewis order made ap
pointing appraisers
Estate of Alice Collins bond of 7000
was given by S C Ewing as special ad
ministrator
Estate and guardianship of John Mc
Cullough minor case continued til the
28th hist
Estate of Robert Pringle order made
setting aside homestead and personal
pro
persona
perty of deceased
Estate of Thomas Booth bond of Han
I proved nah Booth in the sum of 3000 was ap
THEY JUMPED THE TOWN
A Labor Bureau that Tool in Several of the
Umvary
R Gallaway accompanied by J D
ODell came to this city a week ago last
Monday with the purpose it appears of
carrying on a littlegame of swindle In
walking up town with their valises from
the Utah Central depot they stopped at a
little grocery store No 248 West South
Temple and stated that they were going to
open up I labor bureau and that they
would like to have their office in the store
The lady who runs the store thought
the SxlO foot room rather small for both
business concerns but as she now states
the men looked like good honest sort of
fellows so she said that they might begin
work
They accordingly left their valises at the
store while they engaged a lodging place
after which they went to work printing
want cards for different kinds of jobs and
posted them at the front of the building
Applicants for situations were not slow
in coming and each paid 2 for office work
with instructions to call on the 23d ins tan
and be assigned their labor I
ODell for some unknown reason quit
partnership and Gallaway ran the concern
himself in the meantime seeking a new
partner who was to give 100 in order to
commence on an equal footing No one
feeling it worth this sum he tool a young
man in as partner last Wednesday upon his
paving SJo
Thursday morniar the time set for
assigning jobs came and the new partner
of the labor bureau was the only one at the
olucsbutsoon larteuutnbersqf tlic labor ng
ilavs arrived and wanted their situations
Not until then was the point made clear
thutt was a barefaced swindle and that
a lot more innocent ones had been duped by
not using their judgment
About twenty went to the police court
yesterday and entered a charge but the
warrant of arrest can probably never be
served as the bird is flown
large crowd was about th1 office all day
yesterday and could they have seen Galla
way he might have suffered iolence They
tore down his notices and were not very
choice him of their rhetoric when referring to

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