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SVDAZ August Iff 1890
V Advertisements In thla column BCcentsper I
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V V LEAD 435 sllvcrcU2j
TO KEEP cool drink Phosferrone
GRAND dinner atthe Saddle Rock today I
V WELLS FAKCO Co shIpped yesterday
Bullion 5737
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I S LADIES Connemara Dusters blow cost at Z
CVM 1 to close out 4
V f LITTLE Surreys and Phaetons for Shetland
V ponies just receiVed at StudebaUcr Bros
V Iryou want an extra choice ham ask for the I I
V Acme brand sold by Hardy Young Co 4
V THOMAS IOBHEY of Paradise Cache county I I
VV V vas > released fem the penitentiary yesterday
V 7JCCQnxiCK < L C received yesterday Queen 1
V of Hills ere ir 0 silver and lead ores 810150
OLSKKS orchestra entertitincti tile guests at I
V the Continental with an open aU concert last
evening I
1 IP the shower of yesterday been ten times
heavier 11 would have been just that much more I
V Tin tli I > t rail attd water trip Salt Lake to
V Salt Late via Garfield LJCJCli and Syracuse oc
V V curs to cay
TIlE most complete Jine of Tennis shoes eve
brought t Ua eityaf Spencer Kimball 100
lau itreeu t
V V VVu understand that bis transactions took
V pliit ye erday at Coulter Snelgroves piano
V clearing house V VV V V 4
TiirKTr arc mcj ajres at the Deserct telegraph
oBVo for C E Vfflltteinore Kate D Gregory
and J Wash Yuun
ONEihousandsquarefoctoflirst class liagg
V log all good Mes and 2t to 4 inches thick for
V sale at U F Cuhntr t Bras 4
PUTKioneiinihy purse by putting thy sav
V V ings in the State Bank of Utah and getting thy
interest compounded quarterly 4
AK English Canopy vibavis Phaeton has
V just been received a btudebakcr Bros Reposi
V tory Will be shown Monday 4 I
V To MAKE room for other goods tho Coop
FurhufcOmlany neselli baby carriages at
cost Call early and take your choice
TOMOHHOJV JVuer r Murphy will remove the
Occidental saloon into their own building one
door west of the stand to Ions occupied
V TOUKISTS nat for Garlield Beach Majestic
Caps and En libh round Hits The Iragcst as
sortment in the city at Mmc I 171 No aJ6
Main strcct
V b1CCt V V VV
JOhN POLLOCK the lad who was hurt by tho
street carabout ten days ago is retting on
V very fairly Though not out of danger he is V
t rapidly improving V
Fou help warned situations wanted rents
fortale lo t found ot see THE HEKALDS
special column inside page Employment ad
vertiements free V 4 4
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NEW water troughs arc being placed on the
V vrcbt side oT Main street between First and
f Second out and on South Temple t Sixth
c east alongside the new sidewalk
IF you are iin independent citizen and want
F to hear some oT the qualities presented that con
stitute the kind of Americans we want in Utah
KO to the theatre on Monday night Seats arc
free V V V V V V
< V frel
V THERE are messages at the Western Union
telegraph officefor irof bury Simon dire
Finnic Bruce rusician L II Brown West
Lake syndicate Gil S Peyton and M Blidm
V care M Levy V V
THE rumor that Mr Anna Marks had shot
Dennis SulllvroaMureJaproeb t be untrue
The parties had an altercation on Thursday
night and Mi HI Marks did some shooting but
no one was hit
V A MEETING of the taxpayers of school district
JCo 15 will be held on Monday evening at 8
V oclock to consider the advisability of resisting <
the collection of the special school tax All in
terested should attend
ZIONS Savings Bank and Trust Co receIves
deposits on Interest at 5 per cent per annum
paying now as in the past seventeen years both
principal and interest on demand W Wood
ruff president Georee Q Cannon vice presi
dent 4
contractors have completed a mile rind a hal of
the trench from Emigration Canyon and two car
loads of pipe have been distributed along the
line The woric Of laying the pipe was com
menced on Friday
days temperature is as follows At 533 am
Salt Lake city 66 Helena 6 Fort Custer
G Fort Washakic 0 Haulms 53 At 1 aw
Salt Lake city b3 Ogden80 Bingham i
Park City 6 Provo 59 lt5 Logan 73
Mru HINny DIITWOODKV is at home the
result of an accident that occurred at his new
building Thursday by whIch one of his big
toes was mashed by an iron pillar falling upon
it The accident was a very painful one but it
is avoided quite probable V that amputation will be
A MAN whose name was not learned was held
up robbed and beaten near the Old Mother
Taylor property on Third South street at an
early hour this morninR He was reported as
t tt
laving lost gf money and there was
a rumor to the effect that the injuries received
V T ere very serious
MOONLIGHT will be good from the 21st of Au
gust until the 4th bf September I you want to
have the best time you ever had in your life
ask Gco A Lowe B I Roberts Aucrbach
Bros Simon Bamberjier and hundreds of
others who have tried it and they will tell you
to go to Callers Resort with 10 of your best
friends I you decide on trying It dont 10 c
any tme in securing your evening 4
TIE work of decorating tho Wasatchhallway
plastic relief was completed yesterday and
when the scaffolding was removed it revealed
V t the handsomest hallway in the city It is the
first piece of wont of the kind ever done nere
and was executed by A St Clair of Xew York
city It will be remembered that Mr St Clair
loll from the scaffolding tome time ago Clai
was severely injured in consequence of which
the work was delayed
AN effort ib being made to revive interest in
the game of cricket as several good players
have recently located here A meeting was held
on Wednesday evening which was well at
tended and a club organized with Mr R II
Browne president A meeting will be held on
Tuesday evening next at Shelton Cos real
estate office JiM South Main street atS oclock
V aim everyone iniercbicu I criCKti i coraiaily
and earnestly i Jed to be present cordialy
A THAair called at the house of Mr Lowe at
South Bountiful last Thurfdaj and aUed for
t > omcihinuto eat It was given to Mm and he
then asked foriomamohey This was refused
and he then seIzed a Pitchfork and threatened
the lady with death tnTles5 slio acceded to his
request Mr Lowe jjavj the fellow all the
money he had siad the tramp then threw hand V
ful of pepper in her eyes and decamped The
V lady suffered great painal the time but is nov
out of danger onosinK her eyesight V
Tiiunn was afiuiet llCtlc vodrtirjj at the home
of the bndes parents yesterday iiiMioo Whit
V ney tying the knot thut united Mr Barn S
V V JUargctts and Miss Alice Iturnel both of hini
have a larjc circle of Triends in Salt LiUe The
ceremony rook pitted nt sTpin and at 5 Mr and
iirsMargttts took the castbound train After
visiting tanoU lipJnts of interest the east
they will be at bore to their friends in Sail
Lake TilT HKKJLUJ in common with hun
dredtj of other fnfhds of the young couple
5 wIshes them all the happiness that falls to
Cam STANTON leaves tiiis morniiiR for
DetroIt to attnnd the meeting the National
Association ot Fire UnElneers whIch convenes
inn fewdiys Lif RiglitJhcJlrpircn all
V e assembled
sembled n the office and the chief was sent
for When be arrived Assistant Chief Levy
in a very neat and appropriate speech pro
sent d him with a hahQsoii god headed pr
t Chief Stanton ttidnot V raainc a very wordy ro
si > aa e Imf passed the word 15V3d Kelly and in
V n shOrt UM > the men Sere driniJns his health
in chuuipagiiC V I
THE printlui of the premium lbt for the
lortucoming Octoberletritorial fair is nearty
completed The bookV1tt hc tOady for d tr
baUon the fortlconiu week and the premlurus
offtrcd ire M desirable
in value and range of
subjects as to aCeclsiHiiortlou5 > of our Inkttbi
tanti Acoryof tiielHemiunilibt should bs in
V evij sous old Tim extinsiotis and additions
to thn iriostion Jbiiildiiig are pioirrcsiiiiiK
rapluly ana l afford iiiureascd faeiiitieito
eXhibnord and risifbrB Tlib ihtcrusi in the
11W fair is unabatedSpeMalfeatures of rae
speed programme and special premiums will I
make i1 more than ever interesting Exerycne
intcrestoa V V i
CAPT VIN NORTON arrived at Farmington last i
eieniuR with the Arg6 Ho lea that place on I I
r Ot
Tuesday last wi 1 a ilarty of ladles ana gentle
r men forn lire days ian on the laKe and a visit
V t the Lslanas lie hail a most successful trip I
and all returned delighted The following com
posed the pan Mr O T Miller Wr J F I
Miller Mr Jacob Miller Mrsaieleti Miller I Ir I
V J T Steed lll Athulia Steed and baby Mr
lr I
Lewis Canron Miss flatter Cannon Miss
Amelia Cannon Miss Emily Cannon Mr
4 Stephen Mole Miss Leone Roger Miss Lucy
V Boers MLsn Ben Barton MrsJJ A Coitcrell I
ilrt Lortna Cotiercll Jiss Gussie Cottercll
Miss Alarr CotterclL Mr 33 O Foss Cotterel
u Emily Foss and baby Miss Sadie Koas Mr
V George Palmer Mrs Mtiggie Palmer and baby
V Mr John ElHs Miss Eflle Smith Miss Mamie I
Itobinsoi Sir L H JCennard jr Miss May
enar M Ia
Kccnard Mr Ezra Paler Mr Lizzie
V Coombs Miss Mamie Clark Miss Xettie Ab
V liott ls Orlantia Leonard Miss Clara Leon
u ard illss IJoo Walker
Forthe appetite75c Johnsou Pratt C V
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Proposals will be received at the office of
Louis Hyams city recorder of the city of
Salt Lake Utah territory up to 12 oclock
m Monday the llth day of August 1890
Said proposals are for the furnishing of all
material and labor for the erection of a
joint city and county building in Salt Lake
city Said proposals to be for the entire
entre i
building complete or for separate parts I
the ofstone and brickwork cast iron
columns steel beams etc hollow tile
flreprooflug plumbing plastering encous
tic floor tiling and mosaic floor tiling and
cement work all to be in accordance with
plans and specifications on me in the office
of the architect C E Apponyi No 141
Second East street Salt Lake city Utah
street cty
All bids to be accompanied by a certified
check for 2M per cent of amount of bid
Said check to be made payable to George
11 Scott mayor of Salt Lake city and if
the successful bidder to whom the contract
is awarded shall fail to enter into a con
tract within ten days after said award is
made to him and fail t furnish a good
and sufficient bond in tho sum of 15 per
cent of his bid the said check i to be for
feited to the city and county of Salt Lake
otherwise to be returned The city and
county committee reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids Louis HYAMS
City Recorder
Just received V
The new fall style
Miller hat V
Sf BAbTTciiRY Mart Co 142 Main st
Amoskeag standard ginghams selling
at Sc per yard at
Coal miners wanted at Castle Gate Utah
Only good miners need apply to A L Williams
lams second door north of postoflice 4
Have the largest and best selected stock ot
pianos and organs in Utah Prices low
Callandsec us at334Main street 4
pay highest price for hay grain and pro
QUCC Goods delivered promptly at lowest
prices and satisfaction guaranteed No 5
W First South I
Beautiful stock of carpets and rugs at
Dinwoodeys in Calders music store 4
Depot Summit vineyard Napa county
Cal 213 Main next to the P O 4
Harry Browne accountant 251 Main
Arcade restaurant 11 30 till 3 daily 4
Thread for hand or machine sewing use
ClarVs mile end white thread wound
on black spools Black and colored on
white spools For sale by S Kellner Now
Dry Goods store 205 and 207 South Main
street 4
In this issue is the announcement of the
opening of Rowland Hall a select school of
high order for girls The school was es
tablished some ten years ago for the benefit
of girls who desired to receive the best ad
vantages without going east for them
Connected with the school arc nine experi
enced teachers most of whom were edu
cated in the cast and who have had experi
ence as teachtrs in eastern schools Be
sides the ordinary English branches
French and German arc taught in the one
case by a native French woman and Ger
man by an American lady who spent some
time in study and travel in Germany some
boardinar department is not large hence
the pupils receive the best care and atten
tion The school building is conveniently
and healthfully located and every effort is
made to secure ttic best intellectual moral
and physical results for the pupils
The nobbiest and besl straw hats at
Noble Wood Co 153 Main street
For prices and particulars call or address
Emory County Mercantile Company Price
Emery county Utah 4 V
Wm Peterson tile Butcher has re I
moved to52 East JTirst South btreet 4 V
A select school ot high order for girls V
Boarding and day pupils received Special
attention given to music German and
French in addition to the ordinary
branches Term begins September 3 180 I
For particulars address I
Farmers cunget the highest market price
for bay and cram at Studebaker Brothers
Manufacturing Co in exchange for any
kind of farm machinery rakes harrows
plows mowers and binders 4
Beautiful gold lillings at Dr Hodges
Dental Parlors 31 West First South street
First eteet
four doors cat Dinwoodeys furniture
store V V
I V Mclroys Banner Day
H V Mclroy Sr Co confessed that they
had made two or three sales yesterday
They sold property on Fourth East be
tween Third and Fourth South 6x10 for
9000 They also made three other sales
that made yesterdays business aggregate
23000 their banner day sinco the 10th of
February They are extremely well satis
fed with the situation V
A Nophl Enterprise
The articles of incorporation of Cooper
Pyper St Co a Nephi corporation were
filed with Secretary Sells yesterday The
company is organized for the purpose of
carrying on a general mercantile business
at N ephi and is capitalized at HOOLO The
officers are John Cooper president J A
Hj fte secretary and treasurer and G U
Whitmore directors B N Pyper aud T C Wine
Headquarters for pure California wines
213 Main street next to the P O
into paying fancy prices by high
toned dealers We sell direct from the
factory the famous Bush Gerts piano
at eastern prices and on easy payments
75 W First South st
4 Manufacturers agents
Full style
Silk hats
4 BASTTERRY MEn Co 14 Main st
The decoctions served to the thirsty and
cold at the Occidental are delicious pure
a na superior Firstclass wines liquors
specialty beers ales and cigars Family supplies a
4 AUER MURPHY Proprietors
Go to Barratts for furniture 4
Mr F N Chase director of the lowo
state board of agriculture says While
out at the state fair grounds on the 6th
inst Mr Rounds of Ceder Falls was
taken with a sudden and very violent
attack of cholera morbus I procured u
I bottle ofChamberlains Colic Cholera and
Dialrhoua Remedy for hun after his tak
ing the first dose ho felt relieved of the
pain and in a short time he was well and
remained to see the fair From what I have
seen of the effects of this medicine I re
gard it as being one of great merit and an
Iowa product which people have great need
of during the summer months I For sale at
S25 cents per bottle by drug department
handle all kinds of grain in carload lot
and guarantee to meet eastern prices to
dealers 4
Examine our new stock of Summer Neck
wear just arrived
i 142 Main St
The best and cheapest shoes in the city
at Barnes Lewis Co 4
The laboring mans friends Good good
and lo wprices Barnes Lewis Co 4
Piles cured without pain or detention
from business No CIIARGI UNTIL CURE is
EFFECTED Consultation and examination
free Refer to over one hundred who have
been cuved by me in Salt Lako city within I
the last two years FISTULA FISSURE
seases of the rectum treated successfully
t ScottAuerbach building
The wellknown caterers have everything
that makes up a firstclass refreshment
housecakes pantries candies drinks
fruits icecream etc Wedding cakes and
ornaments a specialty Hot lunch from
12m till 4 pm V V
Families you must see the wine vaults
at 213 Mali for pure California vauls
To buy 10000 mutton sheep Address
Van B Wiggins Salt Lake city i
Mens ri veted 9 oz blue overalls redcaed
from 75c to COcVat I
Five thousand first class stock sheep for V
sale cheap Apply James Chesney No 15C
West Fourth South street
Everything in the lumber line at the
lowest price at Angell Bros State road
Try them t
I Wo are closing out our entire stock of
Flannel Coats and Vests at cost
142 Main street
We want improved properties paying 10
per cent for our foreign clients also close
in acreage and prospective business lots
153 Main street
Dr Ira Lyons 42 Wet Third South
V Absolutely Pure
A cream of tarter baking powder Hig Ji
est of all in leavening strengthU S Got
crnmml Report August 17 lISP
erehant Tailor
143 Oit2
43 and 45 East t Second South Street
Corer CCXuoorcaJ axu1 F rst SOt1
Agents for Superior Hot Air Furnaces the Best in the World
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Home Comfort Ranges Gas Gasoline and Coal Oil Stove
Some people are anxious and waiting for
an opportunity to cry
We V havent time We have all we can possibly V
do to wait on our customers and
fill orders for
V nd BiJ1dig ieo
Our Big Establishment on STATE ROAD is like a Soda Water
Fountain in August Farmers standing in a row waiting their
turn for a
McCormick Mower a Daisy Reaper
a Steel Frame Binder a CooperV V
Wagon a Hay Fork a Por
ter Cart a One Hundred
Dollar Buggy
Or something else FOUR CARLOADS of Mowers have been received by us during
the last two weeks and not one in the house to day but two cars will arrive Monday
Morning Juno 22 Remember our No 4 Mower is the
V 4 Lightest Draft Made V V
Remember the McCormick Knotter has SEVEN PIECES ONLY while all othe
V Binders have fortythree and fortysi
100000 lcCORl ICK
Machines will be manufactured and sold in 1890 Onethird the
V whole worlds product
Look out for our next Sundays AD on TWINE
Irnp1emr i Cornpr
Houses at Salt Lake City Ogden Logan and Milford Utah
and Eagle Rock Idaho
Salt Lake Lithographing and Publshing Co
TJbio Ox1r Esiz U1isl hi
Fie Stationery BlanK Books Certificates of Stock Engraved Wedding Invitations V V
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Every Indication of taji Active I I
Market in the Pall
They stiraate the Population 1 SaltLate In
V Five Years Figures Varying from V
75000 t 200000 if i V
THE HERALD representative yjsiled a
number of real estate men y esterday to get
their views of the present laarketTand1 the
prospects of tho fall trade Among other
questions put was tli following What do
you estimate the population ofSalt Lake in
live 3 ears i To this inquiry some very
conservative dealers placed it at 125001
while others went as high as 150000 and
200000 giving good aons for the faith
that i in them V
There was a unanimity of opinio that
business was getting Letter and all pre
dicted si good market in the falL None of
t em expect a boom but all predict a
healthy growth There is an old saying
that that which the people Relieve will
come to pass and this is one of the cases
where the belief is so strong that there
V can be but lithe f question but that
this city will enjoy a very prosperous fall
and winter indeed the active building
I operations of themselves insure as much
and the general extension anti hroadguag
jag and construction of railroads througn
I OIIL the territory with this city as an ob
jective point is adding millions of dollars I
to the trade circulation Mining is onjoy
Uh u great boom and l things considered
the future is very hopeful i
The expressions pi the teal estate men
are tho best criterion of the state of the
market and they are not as general as it
might have beenowing to the fact that
many prominent dealers had taken a half
day oft at Garrield while others were absent
from their offices on business
4 4
D Van Buskirk looks for a healthy mar
ket but doesnt expect a very active mar
ket until next spring when all tho build
iugs under way will bo completed The
population in live years would icach 100000
the largest increase beginning next year
Hows business 1
M L Cumtulngs Just closed a 4000
sale tho third during the week Business
looks very well I think we will have good
times here this fall Ill put the population
in live years at from 100000 to 123000
J A Fritsch predicts a fair market this
fall Ho says he believes that the popula
tion of Salt Lake in live years will be
100000 V
4 4
Goddard S Howe notice an improved tone
in the real estate market and predict that
it will be much better in the fall Money
is easier and loans can be had without
much difficulty One man deposited in
Walkers bank the other day 130000 to be I
loaned out in this city The population
will crowd 100000 pretty close in live years
Harvey Hardy Business is good is
bracing up since the election There is
going to be a booming business in the fall
a good steady market until spring when
well go fishing The opulation in five
years will be 123000 yes 150000 Well
double in three years With tho buildings
that are going up we will catch up to last
years prices and go ahead of them
O T Carlson of Sears Co thinks we
will have a good time in the fall Trade is
picking up every day He predicts the
population will be S0000 in five years
J C Conkling looks for a great improve
ment this fall I will place the population
at 100000 in five years
4 4
W P OMeara of Lynch McCarroll
Have several good customers on the string
and expect to close two sales this yester
day afternoon The inquiries for the last
month have been more thandouble those of
the previous months Wo expect quite a
business in the fall Do not look for a
boom but a growth such as Denver has
every fall People will buy for an invest
ment not to turn it every ten minutes
The people wo had out this morning yes
terday were greatly taken with the town
Denver has more than doubled in less
than live years and most of its growth
has been in the last three years I wo
dont more than double in five years I
wont think very much of it I tell you
another thing that is an actual fact There
is a friend ot mine George Curtis of
Curtis Kellason who sold all his Denver
last spring and
property took in
all the Texas towns Kansas City
Omaha St Paul and Minneapolis
the Washington towns Helena and Ogden
and was greatly disappointed After stop
ping here a short time he said he would not
lay his hand over between this city and
Denver for the natural claims of the two
places He likes the wide streets and is
greatly taken with the bathing He also
thinks the prices quite reasonable here
E L Craw looks for a big business this
fal Dont look for as crazy a business as I
there was last fall but it will be much
more satisfactory The population in five
years will bo 200000 Next June it will be
Corker Co Business is picking up
getting inquiries both home and foreign
Nobody i setting the town on fro but will
have a very prosperous fall Everything
point to a better fall than wo eyer had bo
Colonel Lett Real estate will be active in
the fall and the indications point strongly
for good sales during the fall and winter I
looks l much better than it did last year at this
time The population in live years will be
150000 at least I really think I am speak
ing ill a conservative way when I say that
4 4
F N Uhrlaub There seems t be a much
better demand for property than there was
a while ago I really looks better In
October my judgment is that there will V be
a good demand for realty No man can see
into the future but 1 would put the popula
tion very low at 7o000in five years
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C G Bennett Going to bo tip top in
the fall Five years from now we will
have 100000 wi
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J A MarIna of 1 A Morlan Co I
is picking up since the election Think we
will have good trade in September The
population years will be about 113000 in live I
4 4
Brocks Wicr report more inquiry and
expect t ee tho transfers run up tho com
ing month not very big but just a good
fair trade The population in five a years
will be 100000
J W Houston The real estate market
will be getting better from now on a
steady Improvement The population in
five years will be about 00000 populaton
OA H Patterson Ijf Blazer Hooker
Co Real estate will be good in the fall
As soon a the crops move there will be
plenty of money coming in The money is
now all tied up in the east but as soon as I
the wheat is marketed money will find its
way to the west Five years from now I I
dont think the population will bo far short I
of 400000 With the present prospects in
railroad building ought t reach that
amount You sto V the great increase in I
Denvers population came about within the i
last ten years 1 and with the Great Salt I
lake which ought to bring in 50000 on its
own account is no telling what pop
ulation this city can maintain I never I
meet a tourist but who goes into ecstacies
over the salt lake Great cities come
abofttiiOO miles apart across the continent
and this insures a great city at this point I
I saw Denver when it had its first log
cabin just thirty years ago You have
just as good mining just as good agricul
ture and the Great Salt lake to lead with
With diversified manufactures there is
I every prospect of a greater cit in Utah
than in Colorado
i H Meloy believes that we will have
an excellent business this fall While wo
I will have no boom property will sell
readily on its merit this fall Predict the
population 175000 in five years and con
sider this a conservative estimate V
A1 Work That Will be Entirely New and
Unique V
Mr Alfred Lambourne is now at work
on a portfolio of Utah scenery which will
appeal under the heading given above
Much has beep written and more has been
said about the grandeur and sublimity of V
Utahs scenery
The guide books the magazines railway
advertisements and a thousand and one
V other publications have proclaimed of its
beauty inc most celebrated artists in tire i
world have transferred portions of ita bit
here and thereto canvass and that bit has
made them more money and more fameand
attracted attention to this country as the
home of tne marvelois in scenic grandeur
All these < efforts however have been des
ultory in their nature One man has
picked up an attractive subject and it has
been copied far and near hero has been
no effort made to get up a work that would
be characteristic of Utah But
few have gone out of tho beaten
track and among those few Lambourne
stands head ahd shoulders above all the
rest No other artist in the world possesses
the knowledge he does concerning the Great
Salt lake and there is scarcely u canon
gorge a mountain lake or a waterfall in
Utah that ho has not visited
To make Scenic Utah he has taken the
I cream of many years sketching and as a
result ho has fifteen pictures that would
grace any table
Ttic UOOK contains a description 01 eacn
picture which is placed opposite on a sepa
rate sheet and is divided into four parts
lfhe Uintahs 2The Wasatclu 3
Southern Utah 4rhe Inland Sea
The titles of the pictures aro Bald
MountainUpper Vebel1 Grizzly Bear
Lakes the Source of the Weber Mount
Apassiz The NarrowsOgden Ca on
After a Storm Logan Ca on Lako
Mary moonlight Cradle of a Mountain
S ream Utah Lake from Spanish Fork
Ca on Provo Canon Falls Mount
Nebo1 Temples of the Rio Virgin I
Black Rock White Rock Bay Cliffs
of Gunnison Island1
Walker Brothers to Erect a New
V V Mammoth Building V
Utahs BuliuiiiK btone Plans for Sow Build
IuBSThp Clajton Block Real Estate
V and Business Notes
The host imoortant movement in com
mercial circles for some time past is
the association of H A Fyler with the
Walker Bros for the purpose of opening
and conducting a large dry goods house in
this city
In January fist Mr Fyler a prominent
dry goods merchant from the cast visited
Salt Lake in the interest of eastern cap
I V italists witkthe view of opening a first class
metropolitan dry goods store in this city
He was so well pleased with the prospects
I that he reported favorably the eastern
capitalists and at once returned to Salt
Lake to complete arrangements Un ms
second trip here he made the acquaintance
of Walker Brothers who have been in the
dry goods trade for over thirty years hut
owing to the several important interests
and enterprises they are engaged in they
have been unable to give their personal at
tention to this branch of business They
hovcver have always felt an interest in
this business and submitted a proposition
to Air Fyler to consolidate their dry goods
business with his new enterprise This
has been accomplished and the new firm
Walker Bros St FylerCoI is now a per
manent organization Walker Bros will
at once erect one of the handsomest store
rooms in the west which will be opened
and occupied by the above lirm about
March 1 ISll This line store will be built
on the corner of Main and Third South
having a frontage on Main of 103 feet
and 8K feet on Third South The entire
frontage will be a bcantuul plate glass
front with two handspme entrances 20 feet
wide The corer show window will be
24x 0 being the and
24O largest handsomest i
corner show window itt the west The en S
tire store room will be lilted up in the
latest style and Salt Lake will have a first
class store modern metropolitan dry goods s
Poiiperton Placo vindicate
Jos H Smith of the Popperton Place
s ndicnte is in the city and will ho joined
this week by G C Bartels Herman
Strauss and A S Miller other members <
of the syndicate An important meeting
in connection with the Popporton Place
property is the cause for their presence in
this cUyJ They will consider a proposition c
for the erection of a number of nooses and
other improvements Judge Colborn says
that the grading ot Douglass avenue has
been completea at a cost of 0000 includ
ing the system of water service The
amount applied by the syndicate for im
provements was 50000
A New and Beautiful Red Sandstone at Mo
real Sanpete County
Mr Kenneth C Kerr special agent
Eleventh United States census for compil
ing the mining statistics of Utah territory
has been making Continental his head
quarters in this city 1
Mr Kerr for many yearshas been con
nected with the United States geological
corns and is well ounliiied for the respon
sible position to which he is assigned He
was greatly impressed with the natural
Sumplesof stone are seen in the facings
beauty of the white oolite stone of which
the Manti temple is a standing monument
of the Goldsmith building in this city I
is admirably adapted for monuments and I
some fine specimenSare to be seen in the I
Manti cemetery E L Parry Co are i I
worldng the quarry and considerable of the
product is being shipped to Salt Lake The
Kyuno ho pronounces a beautiful stone
and the Thistle a fine specimen of sand
stone A new discovery in build
ing stone that promises well
a beautiful red sandstone that is now being
worked by Samuel W Parry Sr Co located
north of Moroni The stone is found loose
on the surface and makes very good foun
dations for buildings It has been used for
a number ol years at Nephi for building
Mr Kerr will go to Wasatch this morn
ing to examine the quarries from which the
granite is taken to construct the Salt Lake
temple He expects to be ordered back to
Washington in about three weeks and will
leave Utah with feelings of regret as ho
has met with the pleasantest associations
duringhis official duties I may be added
that his social friendships have been
equally enjoyable
L B Coates is building a residence I
Highland Park
JamesC Wool is building a frame dwell
ing at the corner of Seventh South and
Second East
B R Hickok Cos cottages will be
soon ready for occupancy
J F Millspaugh is putting up a twostory
dwelling on Second South at Thirteenth
East to cost about So000
Alfred Dunshees new residence on
Fourth South will soon be finished
H Meloys new dwelling between C
and completed D streets on Fourth North is nearly
V Carroll Kerns Buildings V
During the past week Carroll Kern
architects have contracted plans as fol
A two story brick and stone building for
J A Fritsch on Second South to cost
18000 to contain eight stores and forty
rooms above
A three story stone and business block
for same party to cost 821000
0 two story brick and stone residence to
be erected opposite McCormlcksresidence
on North Mam street to cost 89000 Brick
and stone building to be erected on West
Temple by Wm Burke to cost S300
A residence fpr Mr Critchlow to be
built on Seventh East between Fourth
and Fifth South Residence for Mr Cal
der in Twentylirst ward
A two story orick and stono building on
Third South for Charles Baldwin to cost
The Clayton Block
The contractors are figuring with R
Kletting on their plans for the erection of
a fourstory brick and stone to be erected
facing the temple on West Temple street
The Iront will boot Ogden pressed brick
with red sandstone trimmings The ground
plans cover G3xlOO feet and the structure
will cost from twentylive to thirty thou
sand dollars
V SixStory Slain Street Block
Mr Fisher has ordered R Klcttiug to get
out the plans of a six story oflice and busi
ness building to bo erected on Main street
Now 30000 Hotel
Mr J Whitrnorolias engaged Harrison
s Nichols architects to draw the plans
for a new hotel building near the Union
Pacific depot which ho will erect this fall
The building is to cost about thirty
thousand dollars V
V Nev Grand StandT
1 1 T 4
< R4Kletting architect is making the
pjdfas of a new grand stand tobe erected
I bifVV3V fall grounds It is 13Q feet long
J t
V j
and will seat between four hundred and
five hundred people and has separate pro
visions for the band and judges I has a
most pleasant elevation with octagon roof
and open balastracte The platform for the
band Is placed in the center occupying the
V most promising post s
Real Estate Notes V
Weeter S Armstrong are selling lots of
Charles S Desky is disposing of a great
many lots in his second addition
George McCarroll of Lynch
roll is up in the Sweet water country kill
ing bear
I E M Weilers large residence on East
Seventh South has been let to the contractor
tor Mackenzie
F N Uhrlaub has acouplo of pretty good
trades in tow that will likely go through
the first of the week
A H Smythe of Denver is in the city
looking up a location to go into business
anu u suueu VUI oecowo a lXun
The iron columns in the interior of the
Dinwoodey building on First South were
placed in their positions yesterday
J A Frltbch will in a few days call on
the prdperty owners along the State road
asking them to sign a petition that the
street be sprinkled
Harrison Nichols say they have been
held back very muci by the shortage of
cut stone This will make a very busy fall
I tho work being crowded back
11 L Cummings has been in tho real
estate business since lfc31 When he
lirst started he didnt make more than
threo sales a year now he makes a many
a week
Mr Michel wh purchased the 10 x 10
lot from Air WCDunbar corner of Third
and E streetsis now erecting four hand
some residences there They will be a
credit to that part of the city
The Commercial National bank has let
the contract for mahogany fixtures to An
drews Sr Co of Chicago
The St Georges terrace with a frontage
oi 223 feet containing nine dwelling houses
on Third South and Fifth East is ready
for the roof It is to cost 10000
James Eagers residence on tho boule
vard is nearly finished
C B Gourloys four cottag on Ownes
street are about completed
J J Corum is building a dwelling house
in Highland Park
Our Clearing House
Yesterdays clearings were 2o85Gl
81406660 cash balances 120093 Weeks clearings
The Sales Made Yesterday
Mary S Davis to Angus L Davis 11x33
feet lot 1 block S6 plat D 10
John Steadman ct al to Walter Stead V
man part of sections 21 and 2 town
ship 2 south range 1 west 5000
Walter Steadman and wife to T S and
1 V B Snarr part of sections 21 and 2
township 2 south range 1 west
Walter Steadman and wife to G Last
part of section 21 township 2 south
range 1 west 1
Esther E Buckle to Charles C Buckle
part of Iot4 block 3 Rural subdivision 300
Esther E Buckle to John T Buckle part
of lot 4 block 3 Rural subdivision SCO
James H Brown and wife to George M
Cannon lots 5V G and 7 block 3 plat B 41
M L Fogel et al to Bernt Engebretsen
lots 13 and 11 block 3 Superior addi
tion u lI
James T Strong et a1 to Salt Lake city
IbO acres section 6 township 1 south
nn n d O t
bV v o
John S Lewis et al to James D Ed
wards lots 12 and 13 block 3 View City
plat n u GOO
LeGrand Young to O Thomassen lots 28
and 29 block Park View addition 450
E W Wilson et al toO G Oberg lots 7
andS block 1 Ontario subdivision 1000
J G Armstrong to Oscar R Zipf lots 3
4 and 5 block 1 West Temple addition 1500
H Van Stceter jr to W C Barker 1x8
rods lot 4 block 3 plat 0 lGOO
G M Thompson to Nellie Mulnehill lot
10 block 3 Salt Lake View addition 5
G M Thompson to Mary Keefe lot 9
block 3 Salt Lake View addition 5
F E Greene to John Flowers lots 16 and
17 block 2 West Drivo subdivision 1000
J A Frawley John Hansworth part
of lot 2 block a City Park subdivision GO
John McKeage to May 1C Hamilton lots
3 33 36 3 and 3 block B McKeages
firSt subdivision SCO
M L Fogel to Charles V Andersen lots
27 2S S9 and 30 block 2 Superior addi
George Thompson and wife to Lewis
Necloy part of section 11 township 3
south range 1 cast 60
Lewis E Destain to Lewis Neeley part
of section 11 township 3 south range I
east 100
James A Miner to Lewis Neeley part of
section 11 township 3 south range 1
east 50
Total 516001
Signal Service U S A
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TIme o
of S g a State of
observ 9 2 Weather
6 am 2578 G702 SE 5 Cloudless
6 pm S51 Ri39 SE Cloudless
MaxJtcmp SS5 mm temp 030
Mean temp 7SfQr l2yerrrs 77 deficiency 1
Deficiency or temp since January 11630 IS
Deficiency of temp since August 11890 J3
Rainfall trace mean daily 12 years 003
Inches deficiency 003 inches
Dellciency of rainfall since January 1 1S90
3V inches V V
Deficiency of rainfall since August 1 V 1890 025
Sergeant Signal Corpa

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