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Advertisements In this column 5ocenta per
lineech Insertion
The deputy registrars are located at In
dependence ball on Third South street
and can be found there every day until
next Saturday when they will close their
labors Following are the names of the
First Precinct J Lynch
Second Precinct W L Dykes and H
F Evans
Third Precinct George Lambourn
Fourth PjrecinctnFred Kesler
Fifth Precinct M E McEnany ana C
E Offenback
Changes for advertise ments in THE
SUXDAT HERALD must be handed 1 not
later than Friday night
TLebatehof euesseson Salt Lakes popula
l ton forxvhich The Herald offers a 100 rle
celvcd bythe census bureau yesterday shows
Highest from Glenwood 85555
Lowest from Heber City 31111
LEAD 2 silver 8103
GET your lunch at the Saddle Rock today
DRINK p hosferrone at Z CM L drug store
DONT faU to notice the advertisement of
cheap real estate in Cache valley S
FIVE per cent Interest 0 n savings at the
State Bank of Utah compounded quarterly
WELLS FARGO Cos shipment yesterday
1ere ore S7JVG01 bullion 80934
McCORNiCK Co yesterday T received HanS
auer bullion 3045 silver and lead ores 14 S
THE University Alumni association will have
a very pleasant and interesting meeting in a
few days
GARDEN Ct Is being painted with Culmers
Enamel paint This pcaks volumes for
Garden city and the paint
THE civil service examination will be held In
the jury rooms in the Wasatch building on I
Friday commencing at 10 oclock
I DINWOODKY is located ill Calders music
store with a number of cars of new furniture
refrigerators baby carriages and carpets
LADIES f shoes worth 5 school shoes
Cll > 0 Mylifah and solid James Means 3 shoes
at Spencer and KimSalls iw Main street
LADIES should hot fall to read the new adver
tisement of Z C1 L this morning They an
nounce special sale of silks at very low figures
THE marriage licenses of Hcber J Player and
Emma U Lloyd and John Payne and Lavinla
Barnes were led with Clerk Cutler yesterday
Fon help wanted situations wanted rents
Jorsale lost found eta see THE HERALDS
special column inside age Employment ad S
vertisements re
IMEUUST In tho Fourth of July celebration
increases Messrs Arbogast and Spencer will
fcce several of our most prominent citizens
again this morning
MRS Loms HTAMS and daughter Miss Mamie
Murphy ana the Misses Evans leave for han
Francisco this evening They will probably be
absent several months
PosTJiAbTEU BAimATT will beucceeded by
Postmaster Benton on July 1 Mr Benton yes
terday sent in his resignation as union ticket
agent to take effect July ro
THERE are messages at the Western Union
omce lr C A Muugcr A J Colesoa J l
Hampton J B Margarill VV H btreeper
Son J M Tibbctts H C White
THE original New York Shenandoah com
pany opens a three nights engagement at tho
Grund opera house tonight Tno uUvanre sale
opened yesterday und was the largest i the
history of the house
A MEETING of the Twentieth Ward Peoples
poltIcl club will be held this Thursday even
ing in the vestry house at 730 oclock A full
attendance of oiflcers and members Is desired
D L MURDOCH president
DAT 2 oclock this morning Robert Campbell
an old and highly respected citizen of Salt Lake
City ded He pasbed his eightieth birthday
March 31 The luneral will be held in the
Twelfth ward schoolhouse Saturnay at 2
oclock pm
A S KENDALL who backed Riley K against
L J btarbucksliady 1 a race for f500 a
side went out to the track yesterday and Star
buck failing to put il an appearance drove
Riley K afle and claimed the 8230 forfeit
money that was put up
THE blazer idiot of the Tribune and his
chum the present chief of the fire department
will lind some Interesting reading matter on
this page I shows up the petted darling of
the arum corps ifl new and startling colors I
i another case of didnt know It was loaded
days temperature I as follows At 533 amSnlt
Lake city 435 Helena 48Fort Custer Fort
VVa hakie 40 Rawllns C2 ffsif am Salt
Lake city 57 Ogden 0 Stockton SJ Bing
ham Park City 45 Provo 5 Alta 45 Lo
Two days ago TiE HERALD had an account
of the opening In this city of a Turf Exchange
in the Walker house cat by Messrs Park
Burgert I IS about time lor the musty old
Tribune to come out with a mouldy account of
the affair this morning Keep your eye on the
JYitrte >
THE fire alarm of yesterday morning was
caused by the overturning of a coal oil stove
used for cooking purposes on the third floor of
the GodbcPitts company building The prompt
application of a few hanu grenadesand a couple
of buckets of water dispensed with the services
of the department and doubtless saved a big
AT 10 n m Saturday in the University
building the c alt Lake county teachers hold
the closing session of their intStitute An Unusually
usually ImcrivtDjj programme has been pro
pared It is very desirable that all teachers
who have ever taught in the public schools of
Salt Luke county bo present After the Insti
lute Beach the teachers and tneir friends go t Garfield
Ai subscribers of TnE HERALD Daily Sun
day and acnnWcekly should receive a copy of
the little facsimile of the first Issue of TUL
HUKAU printed twenty years ago today
They r sent out as n fort of s > souvenir our
Ineuds and any one who does not receivO n
copy as a supplement to his paper today
should call at the office and make the omission
yesterday says Dudley J3rau cr an old resi
Jent of lUngham while under the influence of
liquor jeatcrday fell from an eight fool em
bankment Into the reek and Was drowned
Si His body was found later In the day by James
S 2oakley and all signs of life were extinct No
funeral will b held until the arrival ot the
coroner who is looked for tomorrow
YESTERDAY morning Deputy marshals Doyle
and Cannon visited tne resilience of Jonathan
D Wood of Woods cross who Is under indict
ment for unlawful cohabitation They did not
tad that gentleman at home but Eliza Hess
S Wood his alleged plural wie was brought
down os an attachment Issued by Judge Zano
She was taken before Commissioner Pratt and
gasc n hOlt of i to secure her attendance as
a witness S P Te sdel and Bishop Hess be
coming her sureties
Arabout930 last evening Ralph Gray who
resides on First Southstreet near Ninth East
was riding along Second South Street on horse
back When nearly opposite H J Grant
residence boron Into 0 buggy and was thrown
violently t the ground The horse attached to
te buggy then became unmanageable and tried
t run away but only succeeded In running
Into another vehicle and both vehicles were
wrecked but no one was injured in the collision
Mr Gray waspicked up unconscious and was
S carried into Mr Grants residence I was
feared that he was very badly hurt but Dr J
E Marshall who was called i made an ex
amination and found that his Injuries were not
serious and Mr Gray was afterwards taken t
his home In a carriage The accident was prob
i ably due to the fact that the electric lights were
not turned up at all last night and as the moon
s did not come up until nbout 11 oclock the
I street was so carl that the parties in the buggy
did not see Mr Gray coming towards bugg I
1 S
Soda Water
t Ice Cream Soda
S Soda Lemonades
L Clam Juice and Soda I
Ii The largest and best drinks in the city
Also vichy water Xissengen Hunyado
Soda Springs and root beer at
Prescription Druggists
50 E First Sou th St
Mr Halton artist at the theatre exe
cutes orders fo ecenery theatresetc i
> Bonded Kentucky whiskies 213 Main
55streeZ next PO
S 1t
5 4
4h if
To loan
On Salt Lake real estate
Will loan in amounts to suit
Walker Houso
By the Midland Investment Company 177
Jlaln Street
5 lots iu Inglev0od 105x160 feet half
cash 3500
Corner Qth E and 2d S 10 xll5 > feet
house 20000 feet
Corner 4tlLE and 2d S 5x73 < rods fine
house 35000
Corner 4th W and 2d S 105x99 feet 225
per foot
20 acres in blocks G and 7 fiveaero plat
C 15000
210 acres within the city limits See th
Nothing like it on the market i
Have the largest and best selected stock of
pianos and organs in IJtah Prices low
We have just received twentyfive hun
dred different pieces of new and popular
sheet music which we will sell at 15 cents
per copy Callandsee us at331Main street
For bathing hats caps and stockings go
I t Noble Wood Co 15S Main street i
Lawn tennis sashes bolts blouses shirts
and blazers
142 Main St
We make a specialty of custom made
sljirts of every description
143 Main street
Full line imported fancy flannel just re
ceived at
Sole agents No Main 175 and street 177
I heartily recommend the merits of
Chamberlains Pain Balm and Chamber
lains Cough Remedy both of which 1 have
used with the best results The Pain Balm
relieved meof rheumatism quicker than
any other remedy I ever used and I havo
tried a good many John D Woody S
Hill Va
For sale by drug department Z C M L
Get your signs of Peterson Brown 0 I
W 1st South St
We have the largest line of bathing sUlts
and caps in the city
S 142 Main St
I Why doesnt he take Hoods Sarsapa
rilla is the general inquiry of friends
when a person suffers from any disease of
the blood 5
OUR line of summer underwear is the
largest and finest in the city We invite
an inspection
143 Main Street
Dont forget that we have removed to 57
East Second South St
The nobbiest and best straw hats at
Noble Wood Co 158 Main street
Choicest building lots on the market
cast side of Liberty park 800 to market
Lots near corner 6th West and 7th
South 475 to 5525
Lots near corner Gth West and 9th
South 200 to 300 Flowing wells may be
had on any of the above lots
First class business prospective busi
ness and acreage properties
Office 62 S Main street i
The boom has struck Manti and now is
the time to secure business property be
fore prices are high Apply to
No 40 Centre street Provo Utah
Where do you buy your drugs l Remem
ber that Johnson Pratt Co carry a full
stock of everything usually found in a first
class drue store including the purest and
best wines and liquors 48 Main street
The decoctions served t the thirsty and
cold at the Occidental are delicious pure
and superior Firstclass wines liquors
jpecialty beers ales and cigars Family supplies a
pecialyAUR MURPHT Proprietors
Chicken Mulligatawney
Mock Turtle Ox Tail
Consomme Tomato
French Bouilllon Julienne
Printanior Mutton Broth
Vegetable Beef
Noble Wood Co solo agents for You
man street and Knox New York hats 158 Main
Popular styles in hats bonnets toques
flowers ribbons etc New goods con
stantly arriving
See Peterson Brown for signs
Arcade restaurant 11 30 till 2 daily
Have your silk and alpaca ulsters made
by Alfred H Cohn the ladies tailor G E
Second South
Lowest prices in summer shoes and slip
pers Opposite Salt Lake theatre Look
for name and number
We have reduced our entire stock of
Ladies trimmed and untrimmed hats
Childrens andMisses sailor
Boys Milan and fancy straw h
To prices that are sure to close them out
We are ottering our stock of
Ribbons Laces Embroideries
Parasols Fans Handkerchiefs
Dress Trimmings Infants Cloaks
Ladies and Childrens HosieryUnderwear
Flannelette and Jersey Blouses etc
at prices never before quoted in the city
Call and examine goods and prices
f 21 W 1st South st
Under McCornicks bank Long resi
dence in Salt Lake A number of desirable
properties for sale See mine
We are sole agents for this butter and
we guarantee it to be the best in the mar
ket Try it
Sole Agents Ogden Creamery Butter
Car screen doors at bedrock prices at
Angell Bros
Sorenson Carlquist have jus trecelved
a car load of elegant refrigerators and in
vite the public to call and examine goods
Illustrated catalogue and lowest prices
An are now in operation and ready t receive
your orders Patronize a Home Industry
Lithographers Blankbooi lafcers Printers and Genera Stationers
Elegant Work at Reasonable Prices
v v VA CXvXEF Mcuc3ei er
No 1 W First South Street
Beautiful stock of carpets and rugs at
Dinwoodeys in Calders music store
invites all his old customers and the pub
I lic generaly to call and examine his fine
stock of furniture carpets linoleum baby
carriages refrigerators etc at his show
rooms in Calders music palace 45 W First
South street Telephone 218
handle all kinds of grain in carload lots I
and guarantee to meet custom prices to
In good mining claim in the centre of min
eral belt and adjoining other mines that
have produced millions Owner has had
business reverses and is compelled to sell
Address Herald
Located Cor Main and Third SmIth Streets
The Clift is the best S3 per day > house
west of Chicago Rooms large cool and
airy new and handsome furniture electric
hadome furtue electic
lights and all the latest conveniences arid S
accessories Dining hall spacious and
Dinng ha per
ject in its appointment Table firstclass S
Rooms may be secured by telegraph
corer of Main and Second South Most
central location of any hotel in tho city
Opposit postofflce Union ticket and Pull
man office in the hotel Newly remodeled
and furnished
throughout Table unsur
cssed Electric light bells and all mod
rn conveniences Terms 200 to 250 per
day H L HALL Proprietor
NOVELTIES in summer neckwear
142 Main street
On and after May 20th 1890 Garfield
Beach trains will run a follows
810 a m 92 a m 13 a m 1215p m
1015am 10 a m 230pm 343pm
100pm 145pm 340pm 125pm
243pm 330pm 510pm 553pm
510pm 555pm 725pm 810pm
6pm 715pm 920pm 1015pm
Sunday excepted
Tickets for sale at Union ticket office
= S W ECES G F and P AB
I Drs Whitney and Buchers dental par
lors next to Cullen hotel
I Peterson Brown signs scenery etc
I 6 W 1st South St et
I 160 acres good land within within six
mile limit and one mile from electric lne
Good reason for selling Price SS5 per acr
Look it up
Bids will be received up to 3 oclock
June 61800 at St Marys ocock
146 South First West For all the mason
work on an addition to the present build
lag Plans and specifications to be seen at
heacademy building The owners reservo
the right to reject any and all bids
On account of the Young Mens confer
enceS F Ball Co Globe cafe will have
their store open on Sunday June 1 Wo
will be prepared to serve hot lunch from 1
till 4 cakes candies pastries fruits
cream soda ice cream Short orders u
specialty t I
A Great Liver Medicine
Dr Gunns Improved Liver Pills are u
sure cure for sick headache billions com
plaints dyspepsia indigestion costiveness
torpid liver etc These pills insure
torid lver ete Tese pis 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 a good appetite and invigorate
and strengthen the entire system by their
tonic action Sold at 2 cents a box by Z
C M I drug store
San Francisco to Salt Lake Summit
vineyard wines at 213 Main next P O i
excel a other flours in quality Ask your
grocer for it
I you are yellow billions constipated
with headache bad breath drowsy no an
pete look out your liver is out or order
One box of these pills will drive all the
troubles away and make a new being of
you Price 25 cents
For bathing hats caps and stockings go
to Noble Wood Co 158 Main street
The anobbiest and best straw hats at
Noble Wood En Co 153 Main street
A Sure Cure for Piles
Itching Piles are known by moisture like
perspiration causing intense itching when
warn This form a well a blind bleed
ing and protruding yield at once to Dr
Bosancos Pie Remedy which acts directly
rectly on the parts affected absorbs tu
mors allays itching and effects
aays efect a per
nent cure SOc Druggists or mail trea
Drggst ma
tise free Dr Bosanco Piqua O Sold by
Z C M I drug store
I Has Been Said Recently
by an eminent Divine that the man who eats
bad food cannot be healthful and the man who
Is not healthful cannot be truly good Yet hoW
few there are who exercise proper car to main
tain themselves in perfect condition of physical
and mental health I the Stomach Liver or
Kidneys get out of order deterioration of the
Blood Is certain to speedily ensue and then
many diseases with awful and various names
but only one causecome to afflict the suflerer
The charm to banish them all is Dr David Ken
nedys Favorite JRemPdy a medicine that never
fails to restore strength to enfeebled organs
purity to vitiated blood and health to the en
tire system
FOR SALE BY Z C M L Drug Department
g lBKjn PoWder
MNStrength Pwitrid
Whoksomeness ftee
in AU Otherk4i i
ent Indorsed by the q Y
rnmcnf mnd3p
Ct ll Used 11 tt tsnd5rf
3tt 5 Arm and I g 0
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A Meeting Full of Enthusiasm
and Fire
A Syndicate of English Capitalists Being
Formed t Invest In Salt Lake
Real Estate Sa e
At the opening of the real estate meeting
lat evening Judge Colborn presented the
following resolutions
Whereas The membersof the exchange
have heard with deep regret of the loss
sustained by the secretary of this exchange
in the death of his absent brother
Resolved That we extend to him our
sincere sympathy in his affliction and that
these resolutions be spread on the records
of the exchange
Resolved That owing to these sad cir
cumstances the secretary John Mont
gomery be excused from attendance at this
meeting and that the president appoint a
secretary pro tern
Acting President Van Buskirk
pointed J F Jack as secretary for the
evening S
Mr Van Buskirk reported adversely to
the proposition Mr Craw that the secre
tary get out a daily report of the offers and
wants and furnish copies of the same to
the members of the exchange as it would
involve an expenditure of at least 50 a
Mr Van Buskirk endorsed thejschemein
a laudatory speecl and believed that all the
home papers ought t be encouraged
Mr Whalen favored it as the best results
he had ever received from money expended
in advertising was from a large number of
THE HERALDS Christmas edition which he
bought and mailed t different garts of the
Judge Colborn said that while all the
city sheets were very creditable yet des
very jet
pite the most vigilant care of the astute
editors matters would creep in that
contained antiboom dynamite as he in
stanced by mentioning an article that ap
peared in one of the papers advising every
body to sell as the boom was about to col
lapse The judge suggested that if Mr
Vantland wanted a 500 write up of Lin
coln park he could get it in the 50000 addi
tion aud pay the money to the real estate
exchange instead of into the Tribune office
Mr Knapp who was present to work the
exchange in the interest of his paper
loudly protested against the exchange step
ping into the Tribunes advertising patron
age a they were an the business them
While the exchange refused to take any
stock in the Tribunes proposition a com
mittee was appointed to help the paper out
of the hole into which it has fallen
The ways and means committee were instructed
structed to devise some method to raise
500 to mee the extra expense that will
arise by the 0 letters a day that are ex
pected to arrive in reply to the advertise
The committee on membership reported
favorably on the application of J Fritch
for membership and he was duly elected a
member of the exchange
Stock Exchange Opens Today
The Salt Lake Stock exchange will be
inaugurated at 1 oclock this morning by
a collation spread for the members and in
vited guests at their rooms on First South
street Olsens orchestra will dispense the
music and there will be toasts in abun
dance Silver is now king and the silver
tongued will no longer be silent The exchange
change has 100 members of the leading
miners of this territory and it will wield a
powerful influence on the mining industry
of this territory The membership fee was
10 and as it is limited to 100 it is pre
icted that they will soon sell at
mium wIl sel a pre
To Increase Their Capital Stock
The meeting called by the chamber of
commerce at the federal court room last
evening to vote on increasing the capital
took from 5000 t 50000 was only at
tended by a small number of members
while it required 133 to authorize the
The chamber has now more men and
money than it can care for under the pres
ent limit The meeting adjourned until
Wednesday June 1 Those who cannot
attend are requested without fail to send in
theIr proxies to the secretary
An English Syndicate
The real estate firm of Dieter Johnson Sr
Co have man now in England organizing
a large syndicate to invest i Salt Lake
real estate The firms agent is meeting
with great success and has 100000 already
placed and expects to increase the amount
to half a million dollars before returning
The Tribune Is Sad
Wednesdays Tribune said
The Daily Fake misrepresents the facts In re
gard tothc purchase of land north of the city
railroad men The purchase was not bythe
Union Pacific company and nobody pretends
that It was The lake deductions irom its
tetuctom is
also premises must fall to the ground espec
jelly in view of President Adams emphatic
statement that tho company didnt contemplate
ano building improvements here this year
HOT like the Butcher I has hn sari
and wanting over since THE HERALD
scooped it on tho most important piece of
real estate news published this year After
getting left it seeks to lie out of it It
stands convlcfd en its own evidence
After reading Fridays HEUAID tho Trib
une oil Saturday published the following
Union 1aciflc ofiicials and others have bought
2CX acres of the Cooper tract north of Hot
Springs paying therefor 5 per nero They
have au option on the ret of thefilti acres
which expires In a week and a prominent real
estate man says they will take the entire tract
at a total cost of SIjJOOO
Chicago Prices
R C Woodruff received a letter from a
friend in Chicago giving some of the prices
prevailing in that city Here is a speci
men A central corner 20x40 feet sold for
S10000 on it per foot front without any building
Real Estate Call Board
About twenty members convened at
the real estate call board yesterday fore
noon Olmstead Sr Early offered property
amounting to 9900 Tousey Sr de Ricqlcs
put in a want for low grade concentrat
ing lead and silver ore
Salt lake Clearing House I
Yesterday was one of the largest Ts in
the history of Salt Lakes clearing house
and is a true indication of the rapidly in
creasing business of the banks
The clearings were 446833 and cash
balances 5242889
The business is now going at the rate of
e2tOO000 a week
lien Estate and Building Notes
Fishor Sr Snow en and Woofer Sr Arm
strong have moved into the room occupied
by Burton Grocsbcck Sr Co
Th owners of the new Constitution
Building have contracted with the Crane
Elevator company of Chicago for one of
their high class passenger elevators
The Syndicate Investment company will
move into the Crane building today
The painful intelligence was received
yesterday of the death of Frank Mont
gomery brother of Secretary Montgomery
of the Teal estate exchange He resided at
the City of Mexico was 31 years of age
married and with one child The ex
change passed appropriate resolutions
which appear elsowhere
Betting en the P 0 Site
L P Lelsey and JMRIcketts met In the
Walker house lobby and a lively discussion
over the postoffico site ensued Til
put up two to one that it dont go to the
State road said Kelsey Rick tts pulled
his mustache on this proposition ana came
l back at Kelsey by betting 50 that it would
not go to the dooley site Kelsey bit the
L c
hair on his nether lip flashed out
his leather exposed two big rolls
and counted out fifty dollars Ricketts
sat down wrote out his check for 50 and
a statement of the wager Kelsey claimed
that this limited him to a particular room
in the proposed building On this techni
cality the two bluffers put their money
back in their pockets and walked off both
satisfied that the location was a very pre
carious venture
Ricketts received a telegram from Wash
ington answering him that the matter
would be resubmitted and a new inspector
sent out
The proposition sent t Washington by
the Walker Brothers for a suitable room
on their lot at the southwest corner of
Main and Third South streets makes the
outcome still more uncertain though THE
HERALDS Washington correspondent is of
the opinion that i the matter comes to a
final setlementthis week the Dooly site
will be chosen S
THE HERALDS real estate reporter does
not go to such old fossils as Charles Fran
cis Adams for information I the Union
Pacific has certain schemes to accomplish
in this city Mr Adams i the last person
in the world give it away In fact it is
part of his business to draw the wool over
the eyes of credulous newspaper reporters
Here is a specimen of the Tribunes great
interview with the sage of railway mag
How about the depot lIt
lI is in abeyance
How about the hotel at Garfield 1
In abeyance
How about broad guaging the Utah Sr
Ii abeyance
How about the stock yards
In abeyance
How about the rolling mill 1
How about the gravel pits 1
In abeyance
How about President Adams 1
In abeyance
How about Salt Lake
In a perpetual state of disabeyance
In Abeyance Adams though sagy was
entirely to flip for the Tribunes reporter
to handle Give him something easy
Rapid Transit Extension
W Burton PGroesbeck Sr Coand the owners
of property all along the State road arc
bargaining with the Rapid Transit folks
t have the electric line extended from
park Tenth addition South t the south line of Central
Galvestons Boom
Frank Hall who i a heavy holder of
Salt Lake realty has just returned from
Galveston where he took a little on the
side While there he saw an English ves
sel come through the channel drawing 15
feet and 3 inches of water There is a
0000000 appropriation t deepen this to
2 feet to accommodate the heaviest of
ocean steamers He reports quiet a num
ber of Kansas City and Denver real estate
men there doing a nice quite business He
however prefers the outlook at Salt Lake
and came back to stay
The Men Who Build the Town
A casual glance at a newspaper will show
n list of men who helped to build up the
town I you see a goodsized live adver
tisement in the paper by each of the prin
I cipal merchants and a card from each of
the small ones you need not inquire a to
the prosperity of the town its solid But
if you find the most extensive merchants
not advertising their business then you set
it down as a fact that those who do try to
push their business and the town with its
interest have a hard time and an uphill
journey all the year roundEx
The Sales Made Yesterday
H Osborne et al t Jt P Nelson 2 rods
1 feet by rods lotS block 10 plat AS 900
L Enrich et al to T Carter all of lots
4 and 5 blocks Ehrichs subdivision 1200
C B Arnold et at to J Schenck all of
lots 12 4 and 5block 07K and Gsplat 1
J Olsen t T Honrahan lot 2 section
township 2 south range 1 west 875
D W Hunter et at to B tsottero all of
lots 2 and 28 block 2 Hunters sub
division nnn 1000
D W Hunter et al t S Borzaga all of
lots 21 and 2 block 1 Hunters subdi
vision 1000
nn 000 nn 0 0 100
J Hansen to BFcrgusonall grantors in
terest in lot 7 block 77 plat 0 1
F Olsen 01 al to H M Brown southeast
quarter of lot 4 section township
1 southrange Iwest 1000
G C Pierce to E I Sherman 1 of lot
19 block 21 plat B Westlake 3
J Pringle et al to A Pringle 3J x rods
lot 3 block 49 plat D un 1
Marion Pringle t A Pringle 3J x9 rods
jilotS block 49 llat D 8
C B Durst to B Roberts S3xfi2 feet lot
2 block41 platA 1500
S B Westerneld et al F E Gill all of
lots 40 and 47 block 2 Homes subdivi
sion 450
L B Coates et al to L H Skinner all of 45
lot 18 block CJpats Corums Buena
Vista n 000 10
L B Coates et al to J Harlin all of lots
S9 and 40 block 2 Coates Corums
Buena Vista 000 200
L F Kallack to H Christie 2Ix7 rods
lot 6 block21 plat B 2000
J Johnstone and wife to 0 R Ziff all of
lot 1 block 131 plat D 1250
Total 0 8 11963
The Finest and Coolest Mountain Summer
Resort About to be Opened
This delightful place situated in Par
leys Park will be opened and ready for
guests June 15 No better place can bo
found to spend the summer months Child
ren grow strong amid the tall green hay
aud lades and gentlemen rest and enjoy
themselves by toning fsh in the beautiful
crystal stream which passes its very doors
The little Utah Central runs within a few
minutes walk of the hotel A good store
for accommodation of parties going farther
into the mountains For terms etc tele
phone or address H O YoungPark City
The Provisions of the Curbing
and Guttering Ordinance
The New Engine House Mr Baskln and His
Grade Paving District No 1
Liberty Park Track
The ordinance passed by the city council
on Tuesday night providing for curbing
and grading the streets of this city is the
last of the series of bills for the improve
ment of the city gotten up by City Attor
ney Merritt Thebill provides that when
ever the city council shall deem it neces
sary to curb or culvert and gutter any
street within the city limits it shall de
termine the character quality extent and
location of such proposed improvement and
causean estimate to be made by the city
engineer of thecost thereof name the pay
ing district to be benefited and shall in
clude only the lands abutting upon the
street to be curbed in proportion to the
square feet 01 feet front so abutt
ing upon such streets The work is to be
done under the supervision of the board of
public works
This means another heavy drain upon
property owners
S he Cemetery Cottage
I is expected that the committee on
cemetery will today award the contract
for the 3000 cottage to be built at the
cemetery The lowest bid offered was that
of T EL Lloyd who offers to do the work
for 2874 I is the intention to have the
building completed as early as possible
Sexton Dunne is still at work beautifying
the cemetery and at the end of the season
there will be a marked improvement there
To Reinforce the Sixth Street Main
ActingMayor Parsons yesterday stated
to a HEUALD reporter that it was the inten
tion to reinforce the main on Sixth street
with an eightinch main at the earliest pos
sible day as the drain on the lower system
under the present arrangement renders
such action necessary The improvement
will require 6300 feet of pipe and the cost
is estimated by the water commission at
l S000 to 9030 but Mr Parsons thinks it
will considerably more than that
The New Engine House
The plans and specifications for the
new engine house to be erected immedi
ately east of the present house are now out
The building will have a frontage of
fiftysix and a half feet and will cost
about 8000 The aerial ladder for the
lire department is expected here in about
two weeks but the chemical engine has
not yet been brdered
Mr Baskins Grade
The committee on streets ex
amined the grade in front of Judge Bas
kins residence on First North street
which the judge characterizes as an out
rage The committee will make a full re
port on the matter at thenext meeting of
the council > f l
Paving District No1
Paving district No 1 which was created
by ordinance on Tuesday night is bounded
on the north by South Temple street on
the south by Third South street on the
west by West Temple street and on the
east by First East Streets
The Cpmmorciarstreet property owners
are impatient for the work of paving that
street to be commenced and Acting Mayor
Parsons says theirWIshes will be met just
as soon as the preliminary business can be
disposed of
The Liberty Park Track
The owners of fast horses are much
pleased at the prospect of having a track
established for ttip express purpose of
speeding horses City Attorney Merritt is
now at work preparing the ordinance
which will be presented next Tuesday
night ti
The Tlty and County Building
The cement base for the foundation of
the city and count buiding was completed
on the north side of the foundation yester
day and the contractor is pushing the
work ahead as rapidly as possible
The Mounted Police
The mounted police are seeing that the
ordinance against racing at Liberty park
is complied with They have made four
arrests for infraction of the ordinance this
The City Engineer
City Engineer Dqremus has his hands
full in arranging for public improvements
Public Works ami Health
I The board of public works and the board
of health will be appointed on Juno 24
The former will consist of five and the lat
I ter of three members
Why That Letter was Written and the Treach
ery of the Present Chief
To the Editor of THE HERALD
Ever since tho Dinwoodey fire Ihave
been buttonholed by almost every man I
meet on the streets and plied with ques
tions all aiming to got my opinion of the
management and means used for control
ing that fire At all times 1 have endeav
ored to express no opinion knowing from
experience how apt the public are in their
criticisms especially as to the manner
how fires should be put out and from this
very fact I have desired to defend Chief
Stanton Everybody firing at him I felt a
pity for him On the 2d instant I called at
the headquarters of the fire department
the first time since the Dinwoodey fire
Chief Stanton complained about the news
papers and the way they were roasting
him and the way the public was using my
name to his disparagement I told Chief
Stanton that if he would take my advice he
would pay no attention to what was
said but go along about his duty that I
avoided as much as possible all talk and
controversy relating to Dinwoodeys fire
to newspaper reporters andcltizens I en
deavored to be a brief in my answers re
garding tho fire as possible Chief Stanton
said it would bo gratification to him if I
would so express myself in writing not
that ho wished to make it public but as a
substantial evidence of my good feeling
To this request l immediately wrote the
letter as copied in the Tribune So much
for the letter
I perfectly well recollect the conversa
tion with a gentleman as published in your
paper on the 20th Although somewhat
embellished it is substantially correct
ant states Jtwt exactly what I would have done
had been in charye of the flrc department at
the time So much for the article in your
Now in regard to it all As my name
has been batted like a ball back and forth
by the papers over this fire and about
which have kept my mouth shut and as
Chief Stanton has seen fit to make public
a letter never intended for publication
but given with the pure desire to befriend
him very unwisely given though on my
part very unwisely given publicity on his
I now feel at liberty to express publicly
my opinion of the doings at the Dinwoodey
fire based on the opinion of competent fire
men who were there I is in brief To
all that was published in THE HERALD on
tho 19th of May relating to the lire in
cluding the embellishments you may add
that I thank my stars I was not there to
see the woeful display of incompetency and
bad management and the demoralized con
dition that the Salt Lako city fire depart
ment has fallen into
An Excellent Performance Given Before n
Immense Crowd last Evening
A large thrcng of people packed the tents
of the celebrated New York hippodrome
circus and menagerie on Washington
square last evening where a performance
second to none of its kind was given the
delight of everybody present The small
boy was especially in his glory and merriment
ment held full sway There is a large
troupe of gymnasts bare back horseriders
and funny clowns with this show all of
whom are renowned in their profession
Special mention may be made of the Pat
terson brothers the celebrated gymnasts
who command the enormous salary ot 250
per week Those who are well posted on
circus lore will remember the wonderful
old female elephant Queen which made
Forepaughs circus so famous This ani
mal is with the exhibition and is a monster
and well trained There are also camels
dromedaries a lioness and divers kinds of
animals well worm seeing and taken all
in all tho show is
al a great improvement on
the ordinary circus Go and sec it Three
matinee and night performances will be
given during the next three days at the
hours of 2 and 7 oclock respectively In
this connection it may be pertinent to state
that whoever was responsible for the late
cowboy tournament fake Mr J H Tre
wella the advance agent of this circus had
nothing whatever to do with it
wih as erro
neously alleged by the Tribune
A Peculiar and Painful Torture that the In
mates of Russian Prisons Practice
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Cable
BERLIN June 4A curious phase of
prison lifeis exhibited by a medical corre
spondent of the Moscow papers I often
happens that a respectable man is confined
in prison for a few days for some slight
offense At times even an elder of a small
community must submit to such a penalty
for what the Russian law calls neglect of
duty I is said that such a person is de
tained in a large room together with a lot
of obdurate criminals who are either await
ing trial or sentenced to be put at hard
labor in some fortress When the respect
able prisoner comes among them they be
gin to press him for Treat of good fellow
ship He must send for a bottle of
brandy I ho is not as liberal as they
want him to be they harass and torment
him Should he make a threat to complain
before the authorities of their conduct
they immediately decide upon performing
on him the operation of cupping as they
call it The poor fellow Is then stripped
naked stretched on a bench and held fast
His mouth is stuffed with a rag so that his
cries cannot be heard outside A spot on
his breast is made wet and one of his tor
mentors rubs it with his unshaven chin
until the skin becomes red Hereupon an
other one slaps that spot with his fat hand
with all his might A large blister imme
diately appears on the wounded place This
is what they call setting a cup Six or
eight such cups are sometimes set on
the breast the sides and back of the suf
ferer so that he is unable to lie down for
several days In some instances more seri
ous injuries are caused by the blows here
A Lively Little Spat In Which the Latter
Heard Some Democratic Doctrine
A somewhat sensational incident oc
curred last evening at the Walker house a
HERALD reporter being among the wit
nesses It seems that Colonel OBrien has
been in the habit of receiving his mail there
for the past six months but recently since
Major Erb has discovered that OBrien is a
Democrat ho has given specific instruc
tions that the latters mail should not pol
lute the Walker house box Last evening
OBrien accosted tho major and asked why
it was that he refused to receive his
OBs mail The warrior peace and
the invincible in war responded that his
house was not a postofflce whereupon
OBrien said the major was a miserable
Republican bigot who did not affiliate with
Democrats and that Democrats recipro
cated his Republican animus This irri
tated Erb who ordered his clerk to ring
for a policeman when OBrien declared
that ho was not a criminal and invited his
friends to vacate the Republican head
quarters Major Erb resented the insinu
ations and with emphasis denied OBriens
allegation that the Walker house was a
Republican resort but OBneu contended
that it was and declared that no Democrat
was justified in patronizing the hotel
The Tribunes Circassian was present and
heard the Demorcatic doctrine of OBrien
proclaimed in the presence of a largo as
semblage and will of course dish the
scene up in blazer trimmings in this morn
lags issue of the sleepy old hag
The incident ended by OBrien pulling
out a tendollar bill and inviting Major Erb
to drink ere he departed
The Western Association
The Western Baseball association now
stands as follows
Games Won Lost Per Ct
Minneapolis 38 18 12 COO
SfouxCity 29 1C 13 555
Denver 15 13 535
Milwaukee SO 16 14 533
Des Moines 33 17 13 531
Kansas City 27 13 15 144
Omaha 29 13 17 413
St Paul 26 13 17 383
EMIL HARTVIKSEN was up from Sandy yes
FIrED COOMBS was down from Fannington
J E RODISSON of Farmlngton was in Sal t
Lake on Wednesday
THE CULLEN D OBrien Eureka John Far
isch Park City W J Rosivers J Taylor Ter
race A Katz St Louis H MackavPocatello
F M Foote Evanston Thomas ONeill Phila
delphla G W Martin and wife Martin Ter
race G F Horrs Topeka Kas Mrs A H
Buckell Mendota Ill I M Drake Provo city
Mike Hunt San Francisco W J Latchforc
Cincinnati J F Halsted and wire Miss A M
Hoisted Brooklyn James JavLne T M Ant
sell San Francisco W S Sprieglberg NOT
York D OCohen San Francisco C S Bar
rett Kansas City D Evans Ogden H O
Young Park City J Wormser Chicago Mrs
F N Brown Leadville Mrs M Seely De s
Moines Vivian Bingham H E Coleman
Toledo H Goldsmith Baltimore H Behulz
THE CLIFT Ed Latta Spokane Falls G A
Vanlnwegan Ranch D M Lowry Omaha
W F Falk a Long Lane company W H
Ryan Aspen Colo M T Perrine Flint
Mich James Jensen W H Springer Minne
apolis John Paradise and two sons Park City
C G K Timms Hamlin Kas Eli Good Pay
son Utah W W Mead Kansas city 0 B
Hoar Henderson Ky J Smith J Hammond
American Fork Dan McDonald Butte city E
G Hinebaugh jr T Gould St Paul Minn J
A Brown Council Bluffs C Leffler St Louis
Mo L D Lawrence Denver C W Gemer
engineer department Union Pacific railway
Jesse James Rock Springs J W Thoma s
Sandy ODentpn Downs Kas J M White
THE WHITE W JT Dusenberry Provo S
Osborne American Fork Phillip FInegan
Walllngford Coon W EReeder H H M o
Intire Hnnna Ogn CSKing Ogden T B
Boyers Bingham D Todd Logan H S
Honger Oscerola Nay GWCropperDcseret
A Saxey J W Whitecotton Provo P R
McNulty San Francisco A G Lundquis t
J Goldinf Thistle Utah E W EdwardsPar k
City W Brown San Francisco Miss E M
FultonPortondale Col E M Gibson Omaha
Neb John Farmer Grand Island Nob C H
Beathy St Paul Minn P Brelnman Ogden
H Ailed Denver A S Hegglns Tooele City
John Guodry Stockton G M Young Ogden
James Chipman American Fork J Gate s
Kansas City W M Ditchfleld Provo F Bre sl
ning Denver O C Snow Brigham J S
Houtz James Brown EdAnth Ogden Mrs
Harrington J Sullivan and wife Eureka 3L
Cosulls S Buear Park City
TOE WALKEH R Meyers and wife St
Louis W Erdmann BDana Now York J
X M Dyer U S army J S Kocthlns Pitts
burgh Pa Miss E Haffnor St Louis W
Lunton San Francisco WT Schaffcr Evans
ton Wyo W Williams and wife Ida Grove
idaho J E Plant Seattle J V Campbell and
wife P v Junction W Allen Denver J H
Bean and wile Pocatello J M Drake Provo
F J Fitzgerald W Frink Kansas City J
Ratcgan Chicago
Colorado Springs J C Gleason Omaha T H
Lindsay and wife W W Stoddard Carson
Nov 3 T Davis Omaha W JB Walkerand if
wife Sandy J F Cordray and wife Portland f
On O C Lockhart Park City S Samuels I
Cincinnati A Sanders Park City John R
Togarty San Francisco E A Howard New
York W W Sanford and wife Duluth Minn
S W Moflat Denver Ed Burgoyne and wife
Montpelier George H Kmley Omaha Harry
Burke H P Watson Aspen Cob J H
Brlen J H OHara Galveston Texas

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