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WEDNESDAY June 1 1890
Hneenca Advertisements Insertion i tills column 5Ocenta per
It is amusing t note how THE HERALD
correspondent complains about the Times
correspondent getting his Park City items
mixed up It is a case of sour grapes and
pot calling kettle black with TIIE HERALD
man and it a goes to show the utter
failure of the Salt Lake papers to give the
news Wow of Park City correctly Record
To the Editor of THE HERD
In this mornings issue there appeared in
the police items among the various arrests
the name of Gustavo Johnson I would
respectfully inform you that there are
many birds of various kinds and the bird
above mentioned is no relation to the cour
teous and gentlemanly mixologist con
nected with Messrs Trewhela Val of
the Wasatch saloon Very respectfully
Soda Water
Ice Cream Soda
Soda Lemonades 1
Clam Juice and Soda 1
The largest and best drinks in the city
Also vichy water Kissengen Hunyado
Soda Springs and root beer at
Prescription Druggists
e 5 E First Sou th St
Mr Halton artist ½ at the theatre exe
cutes orders for scenery for theatresetc
Chamber of commerce stockholders
meeting tonight Attend or send your
proxy to the secretary today
Light flannel suitings for the sea shore
Geo W Engelhardt 70 W Second South
invites all his old customers and the pub
lic generaly to call and exiinino 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
Lowest prices in summer shoes and sup
pers Opposite Salt Lake theatre Look
for name and number
Dont fail to read Dr Hands big adver
tisement in Tm HERALD headed No Cure
no pay Electricity i Life et Dr
Hand is the greatest living medical electri
cian upon earth and the only graduate in
the therapeutic use of electricity west of f
the Mississippi river Dr Hand can show
more affidavits of cures made by him by
the aid of the microscope and medical elec
tricity than any other living specialist
Remember JDr Hand asks you to pay him
no money nor give him any note a pay for
his services until after you say you are
cured and no cure no pay
Choicest building lots on the market
east side of Liberty park SGO to 1000
Lots near corner 6th West and 7th
Lots near corner Cth West and 9th
T South 200 t S300 Flowing wells may be
bad on any of the above lots
First class business prospective busi
ness and acreage properties
Office 62 S Main street
Dr I Lyon 4 West Third South
Dr Hand the great medical electrician
at 253 South West Trmple street is the
poor mans friend Ho will treat you one
two three four live or six mouths and
does not ask you to pay him a cent for his
services until after you are cured neither
does ho ask you to sign any notes No
cureno pay Remen ber Dr Hand has
means to live on a few years without hav
ing his patients to advance him means to
I buy his bread and butter Dr Hmd is
treating over t0 patients in Utah and can
treat as many more provided they apply at
I once Go see the great specialist go now
dont wait
Only 375 to Logan and return Holds
cornet band excursion Wednesday Juno
IS Ticket good for ten days for sale at
Margetts Bros bookstore and No 5UD E
t Business manager
I The wellknown caterers have everything
that makes up a firstclass refreshment
I housecakes pastries candies drinks
fruits ice cream etc Wedding cakes and
ornaments a specialty Hot lunch from L
1 m till i pm
Peterson Brown signs scenery etc
r W 1st South St
The decoctions served to the thirsty and
cold at the Occidental are delicious pure
and superior Firstclass wines liquors
beers ales and cigars Family supplies a
AUEB MtmraT Proprietors
Noble Wood Co solo agents for You
man and Knox New York hats
15 Main street
Yesterdays Clearincs I
The clearings yesterday were S209C14 and the I
balances paid 5180911 I
By the Midland Investment Company 177
Main Street
5 lots In Inglewood 163x160 feet half
cash 2500
Corner 6th E and 2d S 101 VxlloV feet
house 620000
Cornel 4th E and 2d S 5Mx7M reds fine
house 25000
Corner 4th W and 2d S 163x99 feet S223
per foot
20 acres in blocks 6 and 7 fiveacre plat
C 15000
240 acres within the city limits See this
Nothing like it on the market
Have the largest and best selected stock of
pianos and organs in Utah Prices low
Cal and see us at324Main street
The Brooklyn Knitting Cos bathing
suits for ladies ana gentlemen are the most
desirable and most durable than any in the
market and can only be had at
142 Main street
Chamber of commerce stockholders
meeting tonight Attend or scud your
proxy to the secretary today
Beautiful stock of carpets and rugs at
Dinwoodeys in Calders music store
Dont forget that we have removed to 57
East Second South St
The nobbiest and best straw hats at
Noble Wood Co 15S Main street
The Harmony club have their first out
ing to Garfield Beach this season on
Wednesday evening June 1 the special
train leaving 645 pm
I will be at room No2 recorders office
from 2 to 4 oclock from Tuesday to Friday
to receive taxes for watering and caring
for lots Owners please call and see me
DANIEL DCNXE city sexton
J P Meilstrup of Ephriam City Utah
says Chamberlains Cough Remedy has
lured several cases of croup in my kinily
The remedy has been used in this vicinity
for over two and a half years and I know it
will do all that it is recommended to do As
long as I have Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy in stock I can sell no other kind For
sale by Z u M I drug department <
liIr I U
Where do you buy your drugs Remem
ber that Johnson Pratt CQ carry a full
stock of everything usually found iu a first
class drug store including the purest and
best wines and liquors 4S lain street
Fine suitings of all descriptions Ceo
W Engclhardt 70 W Second South
Arcade restaurant J 30 till 2 daily
For bathing hats caps and stockings go
to Noble Wood toCo 153 Main street
Wo have the largest lino of bathing suits
and caps in tho city
i 112 Main St
Have your silk and alpaca ulsters made
by Alfred H Con the ladies tailor 63 E
Second South I
You should see tVtqsc now Afghans in
our carpet department Z CMI
NOVELTIEJ in summer necivear
UAsrTsimy MKE Co
112 Main street
San Francisco lo Salt Lake Summit
vineyard wines at 213 Main next P O
Popular styles in hats bonnets toques
flowers ribbons etc New goods con
stantly arriving
For bathing hats caps and stockings go
to Noble Wood Co 158 Main street
Ii Bonded Kentucky whiskies 213 Main
street next P O
I FOB 2250
You can get a gentssuit made to order
from our celebrated homemade cassimere
First South street
Dinwoodey has come to the front again
I with quite an assortment of furniture and
carpets in Calders music store i
And yet you are not sick enough to consult
a doctor or you refrain from so doing for
fear you will alarm yourself and friends
we will tell you just what you need It is
Hoods Sarsaparilla which will lift you
out of that uncertain uncomfortable dan
gerous condition into a state of good
health confidence and cheerfulness Youve
no idea how potent this peculiar medicine
is in cases like yours 51
The transition from long lingering and
painful sickness to robust health marks a I
epoch in the life of the individual Such a
remarkable event is treasured in the mem
ory and the agency whereby the good health
has been attained is gratefully blessed
Hence it is that so much is heard in praise
of Electric Bitters So many feel they owe
their restoration to health to tao use of the
Great Alterative and Tonic I you are
troubled with any disease of the Kidneys
Liver or Stomach of long or short stand
ing you will surely find relief by use of Elec
trio Bitters Sold at 50c and 1 per hot
tie at A C Smith Cos drug store 3
All afflicted persons who intend employ
i ng treatment of Dr Hand the great med
cal i electrician must begin before August
1 as Dr Hand expects to leave Salt Lake
ia i n November to spend the winter south
and as he wishes to cure all of his patients
before he leaves here they must begin at
nee and give the doctor time to effect a
lire of their disease before he goes away
I requires from two to five months to cure
hronic diseases
At the City of Paris commencing Wednes
day May 1 and lasting four days only
Thursday 12 Friday 13 and Satur
day 1
Ladies this means a reduction of 25 per
per cent including our Paris importa
ions and our latest New York novelties
Ladles come and see and be convinced
that you are getting goods cheaper than
hey could be bought for in New York city
Remember the place and dates City of
Paris 33 E First South street
of Salt Lake city is now conducted by the
Grant I Bros company We meet l trains
and run to all hotels Best livery carriage
and horso service ORDER CARRIAGE rrot
On and after May 20th 1890 Garfield I
Beach trains will run as follows I
S0 a m Ct5a m 1130 a m 12l5p m
lUM5u m HCOa m 1npm 345 p m
JCOpm 1ti p m 340 p m 425 p m
245 p m 3r0p m 510 p I 555 p m
510 p in fiV p m 723 pm b10p m
030 p m 713 l p in taJ p m 1015 pm
a Sunday excepted
Tickets for sale at Union ticket office
I you overindulged in eating or
drinking take a dose of Simmons Liver
Regulator I
My own family medicineSimmons Liver
Reculator Re Jas M Rollins Fair
fiefd Va
We are showing the largest and most
complete line of straw hats in the city for
men boys and children All prices and
142 Main street
I jOY4 = 1
Absolutely Pure a
The United States Official Investigation
of baking powders made tinder authority
of Congress by the Chemical Division of the
Department of Agriculture Washington
D C recently completed shows the Royal
BakingPowder I to be a cream of tartar pow
der of the highest quality pure and whole I
ome and superior to all others in strength f
leavening power and general usefulness >
Only Two Nights Wore I
Jiixie li and
Miss Florence St John
And a Company of ItO Artists under tho
I direction Henry E Abbey and Mavrico
Grau in George I Sims and Henry Pet
tigs Operatic Burlesque in two acts of
Faust Up to Date
The Original Company from the Gaiety theater
London Elegant Costumes MagnIficent
Scenery Charming Music TOe Orig
inal London Theatre Dances I
PRICESI1CO 100 rflc and 25c
S2TSeats on sale Saturday 10 a m
MARCUS R MAYER Acting Manager
Tuesday and Wednesday
JUJ 10 rn41 11
Ha worth
I Steele Mackaycs Masterpiece
There is but one Haworth and but one Paul
Kauvar and his name is HaworthCol Henry
Mr Haworths Company headed by
M1s Reche1e
Two Hundred Nights In New York
The Great 3Iot 75 Auxiliaries
Handsome Costumes Fine Effects
In all n Gorgeous Production I I
Thursday Friday Saturday
JUNE 12 13 140
Tte Idyllic Domestic ComedyDrama
A Long Lane
The Pine Meadow
Original Cast
S Original Scenery 1
Seats on sale Wedresday morning
Salt Lake City U T
riUK facilities for doing firstclass Job Printing
J are of tho newest and best
DOCKS Ruled Printed and Bound to Order
D Samples of Railroad Mining Bank and
Mercantile Work always on hand
COMPLETE line of Office Supplies embracing
J the most approved laborsavIng and econ
omical inventions
caLi ijt
And arc now in operation and ready to receive
your orders Patronize a Home Industry
a Lithographers Blakbook Makers Printers and General Stationers
Elegant Work at Reasonable Prices
No 1 W First South Street
LEAD SL32 Silver S103H
GET your lunch at the Saddle Rock today
THE Central drum corps meets this evening
SAY have you tried those sweet pickles at
Hardy Young Cos S
McConxicK Co yesterday received Silver
and lead ores 87150
THIRTY styles of Estey organ to select from
nt Coalter t Snelgroves
Ouu baby carriage Afghans are In the car
pet department Z C M L
WELLS TANGO Co shipped yesterday
Bullion 85672 ore 514501
DONT fail to notice the advertisement of
cheap real estate i Cache valley
FIVE per cent interest on savings at the
State Bank of Utah compounded quarterly
SEE the advertisement pf field day exercises
of the University of Deseret in tli5 issue
THE most complete line of Tennis shoes ever
brought to this city at Spencer Kimball 10
Main street
THE articles of incorporation ol the Fillmore
Roller Mill company were llled with Secretary
Sells yesterday
TIE Consolidated Implement company
have fitted up new premises at Milford and are
doing business there as usual
CONTRACTORs wanting window or plate glass
consult Culmer Brothers quick Prices will
surely advance within thirty days
TIE funeral services over the remains of
Father Royal Barney will be held at the Eighth
ward meeting house today at 2 pm
BUY your refrigerators from the Coop fur
niture company They keep the best in the
market A carload from which to select
BUY your fencing of the Standard Combina
tion Fence company No 8 W South Temple 1
street opposite Valley house Best made
TWENTYFIVE new members joined the Hod
carriers union on Monday night The union
now has a membership of over one nun Jred
H DINAVOODEY i located i Calders music
store with a number of cars of new furniture
refrigerators baby carriages and carpets
THE annual ball and banquet of the Alumni I
society of the University of Deseret will be held I
at the university building this evening at S
THE Utah Stove and Hardware company
want a good hardware salesman a mantel and
tie setter and a bright young man to act as
collector Jpung
THE marriage e licenses of Edwin S r
and Elizabeth Marshall and Edwin S Vanden
berg and Matilda Sofgren were filed with Clerk
Cutler yesterday
FOR help wanted situations wanted rents
for sale lost found etc see TIE HERALDS
special column inside page Employment ad
vertisements free
crements ree
1Yru CooK a resident of the Twentieth
vrad was arrested yesterday on the charge of
malicious mischief He will be tried before
Commissioner Norrell today
As IT would be impossible to send n spools 1
invitation to each friend of the university to be
present at the commencement exercises in tic
Salt Lake theater at 10 a m Thursday June tle
all a public Invitation is cordially extended to
SERGEANT FCTZMAURICE of the signal ser
vice once reports the temperature yesterday
as follows At 6 amSalt Lake city 64
Fort Custer 5 At 11 am Salt Lake city
PI Ogden 73 Bingham 6 Park City cty
Pro 70 Logan 55
ALBERT WALKER who was recently boun I
over to await the action of the grand jury upon
gand jUl
the charge of fornication alleged to have bet a
committed with Alberta Wallace and who has
been in the penitentiary for some days past is
yesterday found sureties and was released
THE SALT LAKE HERALD celebrated its
twentieth anniversary on Thursday TiE
HERALD is one of the newsiest and most
metropolitan journals west of the Mississipp
river and Is putting In some great licks for Sal
Lake and Utah Burlington Iowa Gate
WE wonder why Salt Lakes crack team has
never issued an invitation to the Nephi Ath
letics pur team has defeated the Utah Centr1
railway nine from Salt Lake the Provo Alerts
Spanish Fork Grays Paysons nine three ties
in succession and an All Sanpcte nine repre
senting six cities During this time they have
only suffered one defeat which was given them
by the Payson nine early this spring when the
Athletics had but six of their regular players in
the field We understand that our boys are
very anxious to shy their castors into the Salt
p Lake diamond and would accept an invitation
from the Nationals should those kids
te atonals royal sec
fit to acknowledge the claims
1t ackowlege of ou plucky
Athletics As evidence that our boys as a base
ball team are worthy of notice by the Na
tionals we might cite the result of their ghn me
with the Utah Central and Provo nines In E
the former game the eleventh inning decided
the score of 6 to 7 In favor of the Athlcticswhile
the latter score stood 5 to 7 with but eight in
nings for our winning home team Payson went
under at 7 to 3 Spanish Fork at S3 to I3and All
Sanpete at 23 to 4Xephi JSnsign Al
Wantland et al Get Permission
From the County
athew White Makes 1 Very Reasonable Re
quest and a Commendable Ofer
The County Infirmary
The county court held a very interesting r
ession yesterday I
The petition of the West Side Rapid
transit company was referred to the court
a s a committee of the whole
G W Baitch chairman of the committee
o f the whole reported that the committee
had decided tolix the salary of the olec
t or at SG500 and the accessor at the same
This includes all assistants
rnxxcmss GRAFTED
G W Bartc chairman of the committee
o m petition for franchises for street rail
oads reported that tae committee were in
favor of granting the franchise asked for
b y James C Mees and others on the State
oad providing they build the first two
miles within the next nine months and the
balance of the road to the smelters within
eighteen months from the acceptance of the
He also reported in favor of granting to
I E Wantland and others a franchise on
Eleventh East street to a point two miles
south of the city limits also extending on
the county road from Eleventh East to the
The petition of CE Wantland and others
was granted with the understanding that
said parties commence building thOr road
within ninety days from acceptance of
franchise and complete the same to the
county road running east and west past the
penitentiary within one year and to com
plete the entire distance within three years
The county attorney was instructed to pre
pare n franchise to that effect
Selectman Smith reported having entered
into an agreement with the representative
of the city in regard sprinkling the drive
and that another sprinkling cart would be
needed which could he bought for S100
Its purchase was authorized
Tue matron of the county infirmary was
a ithorized to employ a boy named Larson
at a salary of 25 per month
S mont
The acccptapce of the franchise by the
Salt Lake Rapid Transit company was
court ordered filed among the papers of the
The bondof L G Hardy collector of Salt
Lake county in the sum of 130000 was
approved The bond of L G Hardy col
lector to the territory in the sum of
5130000 was also received and approved
The bond of L G Hardy collector of
special school taxes in the sum of UO000
a approved
John Sutherland road supervisor for
district No 5 reported that Mrs Christian
Christensens fence was in the county
road The fence was ordered to be removed
within thirty days
Matthew White presented the following
communication which was received and
filed for further consideration As the
owner of a large tract of land on the shore
of the Great Salt lake I most
respectfully petition your board to open
and construct a public highway from the
city limits to the Great Salt lake I the
highway was made from a continuance of
the turnpike that crosses the bridge at
North Temple street the distance from
the city limits t the lake would be but ten
miles and the route is perfectly feasible
and can be made at an expense Compara
tively small I will make a road on my
property two and a half miles in length
joining the road to Black Rock and Gar
field beach thus giving the residents of
Tooele county the best and mast di
rect road t the city There is
no part of the county so little
improved as that directly west from the
temple and the base line is the point on the
lake nearest this city I should be pleased
to confer with personally please
David Proctor reported that in accord
ance with contract he had furnished the
county with 500 bridge ties
The superintendent of the county infirm
ary presented a report of his expenditures
for March showing a balance on hand
March 1 of S14GO During the month he
had received from the county clerk 1750
and had expended 174210 leaving n Dal
ance on hand of 52244
Adjourned to June HI i
A Celestial who was Doing a Remarkably
Good Business
Some time ago Marshal Young learned I
that an opium joint was running in full I
blast in a cellar under Malquists black
smith shop back of Commercial street and
since then he has been watching the place
Early yesterday morning the officers raided
the joint and arrested the keeper Si Kee
and a white man who was hitting tHe pipe
The marshal took along with him 1 com
plete opium outfit consisting of several tin
boxes filled with opium an armful of pipes
together with lamps etc The place was not
fitted up in a very palatial manner
but it was evident that Si Ken had
been doing a good business The room is a
small one and is provided with two bunks
for smokers each of which will accommo
date four or five persons A door in the
east side was reached by rickety ladder
but this mode of ingress did not appear to
have been much used and the marshal
came to the conclusion that there must bo
somewhere An exam
ination proved that such was the case In
one corner of the room behind a cloth par
tition was a post that extended up to tho
blacksmith shop and all that Si Kees pat
rons had to do was to enter the black
smith shop through a window lift up a
board near the post and slide down into the
Li Keo appeared in the police court in the
afternoon and Jim Ling was secured as in
terpreter and the trial was set for tomorroW
Joseph Shaw the indiscreet young man i
who recently forged Charles Cranes name
to a check on Wells Fargo Cos bank
was examined in the afternoon and bound
over in the sum of Sl509 to await the ac
tion of the grand jury He was unable to
give bonds and went back to jail
Charles Jensen was arrested on Monday
nitrht for peeping into adressing room at
the opera nouse Ho left 20 to secure his
appearance for trial but when the case
was called ho failed to materialize and the
amount was forfeited
Chris Lund William Warren Joe Gross
John Smithers Sam Smithers Waltcr
White Mike Welch Ed Stokes and Pat
Duffle were fined 5 each for drunkenness
John Past pleaded guilty to the charge of
assault and battery and was assessed 1
In the Supreme Court
I the supreme court yesterday the case
of J J Saunders vs the Sioux City Nur
sery company involving a small amount
was argued and submitted
The court meets again at 10 this morning
In the Probate Court
Estate of W W Player continued t
June 26 1890 J E Booth excepting I
Estate of W B Wilkinson petition for
confirmation of sale of real estate proof I
of posting notice of time and place of hear
ing made and case continued until June 21
1SOO at rL m
Estate of Thos McLelland continued I
till Juno 2L at 10 a m
Estate of Maria Perry petition for
settlement of final account and of distribu
tion allowed
tlpi Estate of W V Morris petition for
probate of will Richard P Morris and
Elias Morris appointed executors on filing
a bond of S2500 each
Estate of Geo H Pope order made al
lowing final appointment anl of distribu
Estate of George R Ayres W L Hall
appointed administrutorupon filing an affidavit
davit of the death of said Hall and filing and
bond of 200
Estate of D O Calder continued to
June 21 at 10 am
Estate of Sarah L McKibbin report of
commission to take depositions os subscrib
ing witnesses to last will and testament
taken under advisement I
Estate of Edward Brain bond of James i
loxvcl approved aDd filed
Estate of John Whiting order made
fixing June 26 to hear petition for revoca I
tion of letters of administration issued to
Joseph Baumgarten and the appointment
of William Hennefer administrator
Estate of John Larson order appointing I
Estate and guardiarship of Samuel
Rockwocd and Julius Appolos Rock
wood June t appointed as time to hear
petition for letters of guardianship
Guardianship of Alpheus Rockwpod and
Franklin Rockwood June 25 appointed as I
time to hear petition for letters of guardian
A Vcrdfrt of Not Guilty
BLACKFOOT IJaho June 7 180Cor I
resp5ndence of THE HERALD One of the
most interesting cases of the term was
tried today and clearly won by the de
fense The United States this morning
called for William Skinner on a charge of
adultery The defendant who was repre I
sented by Hawley Er Reeves and S J Rich
reported readiness Tnis was a case in
which the public and more particularly the I
marshals were dscply interested and I
were bound judging by their threats to
convict The case occupied the entire day I
and at about G oclock tonight the jury I
rendered a verdict of not guilty William
Skinner is foreman of the ranch of the
Blackfoot Stock company near Soda
The Last 3ectiiig for the School Year of
ISCOltOTho Resolutions
According to prior arrangement and I
agreement the Delta Phi society of the I
University of Dcserot held its last meeting
for the school year of 1SS900 Monday even
ing i There was a special programme ar
ranged for the occasion in which a variety
of subjects were treated There were
songs recitations essays and speeches
Among the most important was an essay
of Books by George A Seaman which
was given in an able manner
The valedictorian Mr Orvis Call of
tVillard Box Elder county who emerges
from the university with his doeskin
did himself a goodly act by following up
he treatise on Books by Mr Seaman by
an explanation of How to Study
P P Christenson of Newton Cache
county and president of the society also a
graduate of this year made a pleasing im
pression upon those present in his short
farewell address At this juncture it was
announced that the programme was ended
whereupon B T Lloyd rose and stated
that he thought it nothing more than right
and he deemed it the duty of the society to I
show respect to n former member who had
lately been called to the other shore and he
ld a resolution which he wished to intro
duce The resolution was received with
open arms and is as follows
Whereas Thomas William Thompson of
Smithfield Cache county and Utah territory
therefore bas but a short time since departed this life
Be it resolved By the Delta Phi society of the
University of Deseret that we as members join
the wife mother brothers sisters relatives and
friends of said deceased in the deep sensibility
of the family and public bereavement in tile loss
of such a favored one and
Be It resolved That by this token of respect
be known by the wife family and friends of sale
deceased and all whom it may concern that
this society feels the deep melancholy in the
loss of such a member and friend to the public
andBe it known That we always recognized him
as an able and just member aud on all occasions
and everywhere a cheerer the downcast at id
a dfender of the1 oppressed and
Be it further resolved That the nresidcnt of
this society be requested to transmit a copy of
these resolutions forthwith to Mrs Mary O
Thompson the wife and a copy to Airs Eliza
beth Raymond thejmother of said deceased at
Smithfield Cache county Utah territory and
assure them ot the profound sympathy ol this
society for their deep personal affliction and its
sincere condolence for their late family bereave
There was some time left and the hour
not late so persons were called upon to
speak who had not been on the programme
The first was B T Lloyd who stepped
forward with much surprise but delivered
oneof his usual and characteristic speeches
He commenced by repeating the following
timely and appropriate sentiment Read
ing may make a full man writing a correct
one but it is speaking alone that maketh a
ready man He then commented on this
and passed on referring to the duties of
the young men of the nation in the respon
sibilities they would in time have to bear
and the necessity of their preparing them
selves in government and especially in that
government which believes in the most
good to the greatest number and all un
necessary taxation is unjust taxation
and that government is tne representa
tive of the will of the people and acts for the
whole society So accordingly it would
be necessary for the young men of the
land to take up one of the national political
banners but in so doing move with cau
tion and precision Ho said there were
parties adverse to euch other in our own
dear land and in choojing Na advised his
hearers to be sure to choose the America
and constitutional party That is the party
of Jefferson Jackson and Cleveland The
adverse party to this is the unAmerican
or Republican party which is a cancer of
about thirty years growth and seated in i
the vital part of our nation that i require
great and experienced political skill to ex
tract and sweep clean such n old odious
and infamous root of political growth but it
will be done and will be done by the
Democratic parly using Grovqr Clove
land a its political surgeon and ho wield
ing the knife of free trade and ballot re
form Lond applause
Three JmmenFe Buildings to be I
Contracts for Excavating the Dooly Block
Cellar and the Kelsey GUlespIe
Block Closed Yesterday
The West Temple building boom has I
been hangihg fire pending the decision of
the postoflko department to accept the
Dooly proposition i
Mr Dooly has had Sufficient assurances
that his proposition would be accepted and
that tho matter will not be further delayed
more than a day or two
Thom West Temple people are greatly
elated over their victory though Judge
Powers said very coolly l that they
were too strong for the custsiders
from the start The jude is an
adept at pulling wires and he well
knows hat the political pull is worth
forty tons of argument But we have
the population on the west side too
said the judge to THE HERALD reporter
yesterday When the census was taken
last year it showed fortytive more votes
cli the west side dividing fie city on Main
street and the vote was so nearly balanced
that you couldnt tell which had the best
of it
However as to this the west side has
every assurance that the postofflce will
como their way they are going ahead with
their building schemes in dead earnest
Yesterday J J Dooly closed a
contract with Ellis Evans Co
to excavate the cellar of his new building
at the southwest corner of West Temple
and Second South The building will be
5x103 feet and six stories high with stone
fronts on West Temple and Second South
street This in all probability will be the
location of the new postofllco for the next I
five years or until the new government I
juildtug is located
Kelstv Gillespie also entered into a
ontract with the sane parties to excavate
the cellar for their new business block
vhich has already been described in these
columns I will cover 105x93
The great Ontario cellar that is tVO and
a half times larger than any excavation
yet made in this city has ben contracted
for and the work will be pushed forward
i s rapidly r as possible
Real Estate Exchange
Thirty members were present at the real
state exchange yesterday morning and
there were more offers and wants than for
ome time past
Among the persons who put in wants
were EV Fohlin Tousey Sr de Ricqles
a nd W H Lett
OiTers were made by J W Whitehead
and E V Fohlin who offered 3000 on
good improved property at 1 per cent
Secretary Montgomery received a good
plump mornings mail containing many in
quiries which keeps him busy answering
There was a general demand for copies of
the illustrated pamphlet
Stansbury Beach
I has often been said that as soon as om
bathing beach is made a success a half
dozen others will spring into popularity
The notion that onlya few feet of the great
salt sea was intendeq foruse is one of th
fallacies that is being rapidly exploded
Stansbury beach isjlocated in the Tooele
valley on the south shore about twenty
five miles from this city and will soon be
reached over the Wyoming Salt Lake
California railroad in less time than it now
ikjs to go to Garfield The view from this
joint is said to be more charming
than from any place On the shore and the <
sandy beach and fresh water lake near bv
makes i a desirableplace for a large hotel
and cottages Charles S Desky Co
have taken this resort in hand which in
sures that it will bemade a deelightfully
attractive place to pass the hot season
More Indiana for the Fourth
Secretary Montgomery wrote to S G
Fisher agent 01 the Shoshone and Ban
nockjndians locatedat Ross Fork Idaho
who go around dat country during the
summer months giving exhibitions of tho
sun and war dances and received a favor
able reply to their coming here on the
Fourth of July They carry their teepes
with them and will bo a great card The
matter has been turned over to the Fourth
of July committee
Quartz Yielding 300000 I Ton
There is a specimen of ore the mine
from which it was taken bought its owner
into the United States Senate and another
strike of the same kind likely to send him
back said F C Stebbins as he handed
THE HERALD reporter a piece of brown
quartz cutwith a seam of gold the thickness
of a lead pencil I was a specimen which
exSenator Tom Brown of Nevada pre
sented him some six years ago taken from
the Little Annie and good for 300000 a
ton A new strke of similar ore has been
made in the Golconda
The Interesting niul Lively Sessions Held
Both sessions of the stock exchange yes
terday were very lively and the interest
taken daily is certainly on the increase
Below arc the quotations of yesterday
U d
NAIE iite
to r 2 d
0 0 U
Alce 21 hi 2 CO b 22 b u
Anchor u 4 f > b 4 21 b I 50 b
Alance 3 rp 11 2 50 b 3 Ui 40
Apex 2 a IH b 23 2b8
Barnesu a 10 b 12 a
Camas No1 I 1 0 a SOb 1 0 a
Crescent 40 a 10 b 3 I On
CentEueka 2i r 0 a 22 5 h 20 0 a
Dnlyu to C a 220 h 23 10 a un
GcnCQu 4 OJ n 1 iO b 4 1 a uuu
Horn Sliver 3 r a O 2i I t3 21 u
King of West DJ a GO 1 1 0 a
M < mroth 4 2i a 3 liO b 415a 4CO
iialuclLon I a 2zt ala n
OntarIo 43 0 b 44 00 h 44 U h nn
PG M Co 17 b 03 b 7b uu
Ho htC h 13 b UI b 0 b
UtncLPo 1 l6lOb I600b litOb u
UtahLt3Cc 1100 a 0 50 7 11 ioo
td I u
otaLn n SOiS
The Salt Lake Construction Company
The abovenamed company recently
organized in this city filed articles of in
corporation with Clerk Cutler yesterday
They provide that the namo shall be as
given above and state the object of the
company to bo the contracting for supply
ing and executing thrc work of plumbing
gas fttrg steam nnd hot water heating
putting up o evators lire escapes and other
mach lclY
Salt Lako is named as the principal place
of busiucssof the company although there
in a provision that branch establishments
may be established elsewhere by the board
of directors each of which establishments
shall he detianated and known as the Salt
Lake Construction company
The capital stock is placed at 0000
with shares of the pct value of 1 each
and the life of the V is llf
company fifty years
The following aril the stockholders
Rome Shares
L S Austin 4X1
John It Burns JAO
H C Gooflspeed 1
C K Pomcroy 1 DO
JAKirby i
SMorfco i
The treasury stock held and to bo sold
for increased business capital amounts to
4318 shares L S Austin is president and
manager and John It Burns secretary
The Salt Lake Abstract Company
The members ofthe Sal Lake City Ab
stract company held a meeting yesterday
rnd perfected their organization by elect
Ing the following officers J T Springer
president A L Atterbcrry vicepresi
dent CLi Crane secretary J H Bacon
treasurer Thomas Hoinpr manager
These gentlemen with L F Kullak and
Harvey Hardy form the board of directors
ffhe company is capitalized at 5100000 and
will be ready for business in a few days
Tho office will probably be in the opera
h ouse building
Heal Estate mitt Business Notes
The Pacific Tea and Coffee company have
filed their articles of incorporation with
Clerk Cuter
Joseph R Murclock says the ir < isnc7i
TJntr sold twenty acres of land near
Charleston last Saturday to TK Pearson
of Salt Luke for 1500
The Walker Eros are going to make a
big effort to get the government build
ing located at the southeast corner of Main
and Third South streets
There will be i special meeting of tho ex
change on Pidny evening at S oclock to
determine what method of advertising to
prepare to mail in response to the numer
ous letters of inquiry now being received
The Sales Bade Yesterday
Mary H Dnnlap to II A Waring all of
lot 5 block 13 plat U S 4000
AV Hou croft et al to Jtt Bacon allot
lot 7 block 4 pint C 21
T Gieemvocd ct al to Ii1 Greenwood the
southeast quarter of Heution iw township
hip 2 Santa range I ea < t 400
C E Ellis et al to Deseret Savings bank
2x7 rods lot a block J3 plat D lOCO
Joseph G Aimatron to John Banks all
of Iot4 block i West Vcmnlo addition CoO
RcscbclA P Brim et al to Salt Lake
City Gas company SJixiO rods Iota
blockJ PlatA 4000
E W Senior and wife lo R Alff allot lots
L 3 and 4 block ifej plat A Garden City 450
Elias omlth to L GarfT all of lots 1 and 2
block 20 Draper townsite 13
Eliab Smith to L GarfT all of lots 7 and 8
block 2i Draper townsite 12
Elias Smith to J Howard all of lots 7
and 8block 26 Draper townsite 100
F Sadler to J Howard all of lots 3 and 4
block 26 Draper to nsite 73
J Howard et al to A Rahmuien lots 1
2 3 47 and 8 block 20Drapcr townsito SCO
L W Harvey et al to W J Harvey lots
5 C 7 and other property block 10
Crescent Beach
B A M Froiseth et al to J Boyle st al
lots I and 2 block 14 Hyde Park addi
tion COO
F K Jorgensen and wife to H Thomas
2x10 rods lot 2 block LN plat A 1000
F W L ttlo ct il to Deseret Savings
bank northeast quarter of section if
tonnsulp 1 south range 1 west 4300
II A Waring to F Mbylc CxG rods lotS
block 73 plat B 3300
H Bullen sr to S A Hcndricks all intO I
block 31 Kinnuy Gouvlays plat 300 I
G H Toll et al to F Olsen all lots 48
and 49 block r > Albert Place COO
C E Ellis and wife to Elizabeth Barlow
2x3 rods lot 3 block 28 plat D 5CO
Total 21GG3
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 be
found to spend the summer months Child
ren grow strong amid the tall green hay
and lades and gentlemen rest and enjoy
themselves by catching fish 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
Want to Secure the Tabernacle
For the Oration
Ten of the Trades Unions Have Concluded
To Participate in the Great
The Fourth of July committee met at the
chamber of commerce rooms last evening
and held an important mooting
Mr Lawrence suggested that the man
dolin club would prove a very attractive
feature in the parade Chairman on mu
sic Mr Obendorfor said the matter had
been discussed but they came to the con
clusion that their music while delightful
in a hal could not be heard to advantage
during the noise of the parade It was de
C ided to incJiease the appropriation on mu
sic sufficiently to secure the Park City
band 1
Judge Colborn said We have one of
he grandest halls in Salt Lake there is in
he I word I think it can be had if the
rea estate exchange mining exchange e and
chamber of commerce unite in the request
I move that we combine all our forces and
that we ask for the church as we would
accomplish a double purpose in increasing
the pleasure of the auditor and the power
of the speaker I the tabernacle could bo
scoured they would listen muh more at
entively arid the speaker would not be
talking against the elements
At secretary Gillespies suggestion a
committee of three to act with similar
committees from the real estate exchange I
and the mining exchange was appointed
Mr Lawrence reported that they had
sent out some 150 invitations to the various I
societies to participate the parade varous I
Colonel Page said that they had about
concluaed a programme that while well
adapted to the celebration if held at
Liberty park yet would not be prqper for
a meeting held at the tabernacle
Judge Colborn suggested that the Indians
should be brought to this city through one
of the cations and move up one of the prin
cipal streets to Liberty park at noon on
Friday and that in the evening a sun and
war dance be held Referred to the com
mittee on programme
Judge Colborn suggested that a concert
by the choral society would be a great card
Prof Stephens said he had not the slightest
idea whether they would tender their ser
vices either gratuitous or for 2 considera
Judge Colborn said that he understood
that in the face of the vote instructing the
committee to employ an outside speaker
tho committee had disregarded the wishes
of the meeting and the sentiment of the city
in employing a home speaker Col Page
explained that no speaker had yet been in
vited and that the popular sentiment
would be respected te
Mr Sleater reported that ten of the
federated trades had met and appointed
members to represent them on the Fourth
of July committees
President Simon assigned them as fol
lows Cigar Makers union Mark Cohen
programme and parade StenoprapherSj A
Id Merwin advertising Lathers union
W H Sharkey music Tailors John
Meurboffer invitation and reception
Brewers union Alfred Edmunds pro
gramme and parade Hod carriers John
Ryan refreshments Carpenters union
James Devine executive committee
W F Colton Ed Kimball and Tom
Carter were added to the finance committee

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