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FRIDAY August 15 lS9fl
I Advertisements I tnts column Wcents per
c = Dneeach Insertion I
advertisements in THE
I Q Changes
c Change HElALD must be handed in not II
j later than Friday night
b J or tho appetite73cJohnsonfPra t Co I
We will pay 4K cents per pound gross I
weignt for stock hogs delivered at our I
yards AViiiTE A SONS Co
3S WCFirsfcSouth street I
c Beautiful gold fillings at Dr Hodges 1 I
Dental Parlors 31 Wost
c Pirst South street I
four doors east pf Dinwoodeys furniture
store I
Own importation of goods at the Equit
ble Coop pening up dally
Mens veted goz blue overalls redcued
rm 1S to 60c at
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RiceHinze Piano Company
GENTLEMEN Allow me to thank you for
the use of the magnificent upright piano of
your make which you so kindly furnished
for the Clara Louise Kellogg concert last
evening Miss Kellogg as well as all of
the artists was delighted with it i The
combined singing quality power tone and
beautiful action prove it to be a first class
instrument in every way and I am certain
you could successfully compete with most
of the great piano manufacturers in the
east Again thanking you and wishing you
great success I am yours sincerely
Pianist Clara Louise Kellogg Co
More pianos at manufacturers prices
Salt Lake Music company manufacturers
agents fo Salt Lake warerooms 75 W
First South street
Signs Peterson Brown 03 VV 1st
South StSigns etc
nvites all his old customers and the pub
ic 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
Piles cured without pain or detention
from business No CHARGE UNTIL CURE is
EFFECTED Consultation and examination
free Refer to over one hundred who have
been cured by me in Salt Lake city within
the last two years FISTULA FISSURE
seases of the rectum treated successfully
t ScottAuerbach building
John C Cutler Bro agents Provo and
Deseret woolen mills have removed tempo
rarily to 29 S West Temple street oppo
site Grant Bros Co stable Homemado
woolen goods wholesale and retail gents
suits made to order from our celebrated
oassimeres Call and see us
Wm Peterson the Butcher has re
moved to52 East First South street
A select school of high order for girls
Boarding and Jay pupils received Special
attention given to music German and
French in addition to the ordinary
Foi branches particulars Term address begins September 3 ISlE
Just arrived Whittaker Star Hamsat
Harper Bros
Mr F N Chase director of the lowo
state board of agriculture says While
out at the state fair grounds on the Cth
lust Mr Rounds of Ceder Falls was
taken with a sudden and very violent
attack of cholera inorbus I PIOCU a
bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and
1i lrhoa Remedy for him after his tak
ing itje first dose he felt relieved of the
pain and in a short time ho was well alid
remained to see the fair From what I have
seen of the effects of his medicine I re
gard it as being ono of great merit and an
Iowa product which people have great need
of during the summer months For sale at
SU > coins per bottle by drug department
Mr Fred Stayner who his been to Chi
cago to get the latest ideas of Mr William
U Sherwood concerning piano playing
will resume toadiing Sept 1t ilg
Bids will be received at our office until
5 oclock Aug 23 IfclO for excavating for
evilar for Keility building on West Tem
pi o street between Second and Third
South streets Plans and specification1 at
our office 002 Progress building Also
bids for houses now on site to be taken
I i
With the branch office at Salt Lake city
room 7 Utah National Bank building con
tinue to iio u good business as they arc
placing lots 0 stock and the reason is
I that the people know a good place when
they see it In this association a persor
with very limited means can get a home
I and the investment is very profitable and
I safe The security you have is improved
real estate inside property in Salt Lake
J city and other prosperous cites and towns
tile best in the land Look up the associa
tion and satisfy yourself
For barley oats and wheat at Bailey
Sons grain store opposite postofllcd
Have tho largest andbest selected stock or
I pianos and organs in Utah Prices low
Call and see us at 334 Main street
of Salt Lake city is now conducted by the
Grant Bros company We meet all trains
and run t all hotels Best livery carriage
and horse service ORDER CARRIAGE raou
On and after June 29 ISlE Garfield
Beach trains will run a follows
t810 am 12 am 145 am 1230pm
1045 am 13 al 2tj pm 330pm
12l5pm lmpm 245pm t3IOpm
1 15 pm 230 pm 31 pm 4 3 pm
215pm 330pm 445pm 53 pm
345 4 30 54 630
pm pm pm 63pm
443pm a 80 pm 645pm 73pm
515 pm 080 pm 74 p m 83 pm
r4f pm 70 pm 85 pm 0t0 pm
743 pm 80 pm 945 pm IOI pm
Daily except Monday and Tuesday
t Except Sunday
Fare for round trip 50 cents
Tickets for sale at Union Pacific office and
at depot S W ECCLESG P A
4 Salt Lake
Take advantage of the big cut
Denver11250 Portland0 0
Chicago 0 Helena 17 SO
Omaha 210 I Grand June 125
Kansas City 210 Seattle 235
Remember the place Groshells cutrate
ticket oilice Under the postofiice These
tickets are for sale exclusively by this
Thread for hand or machine sewing use
Clarks mile end white thread wound
on black spools Black and colored on
white spool For sale by S Kellner New
Dry Goods store 205 and 207 South Main
Of paying fancy prices charged by high
toned piano dealers take a rest and come
and see us Wo are the western agents
for RlceHinzeBush and Gerts pianos and
Ferrand Voty organs and sell at manu
n n nn nn nn no n nno
uun 1 uuu uu u
75 W First South Street
Will close their store today and tomor
row In order to complete stock taking pre
vious to the new firm taking possession
Also to mark the stock down preparatory
to their great clearing slaughter sale which
begins next Wednesday Aug 20
The firm of Kennedy Guthrie has this
day dissolved partnership M J Kennedy
retiring I wisti to give notice that I will
not be responsible for any debts contracted
by the Walker Cafe restaurant
pay highest price for hay grain and pro
duce Goods delivered promptly at lowest
prices and satisfaction guaranteed No 5
W First South
Beautiful stock of carpets and rugs at
Dinwoodeys in Calders music store I
Depot Summit vineyard Napa county
Cal 213 Main next to the P O
Put in your anthracite coal immediately
while it be had for it is
whie can i going to be
scarce this owinter and you can save 125
per ton by buying now
2nd door north of post office
Bonded Kentucky whiskies 213 Main
street next P O
Arcade restaurant 1130 till 2 daily
30 bars of soap for 100 at
Mens jumpers reduced from 50c to 25c
Dinwpodey has come t the front again
with quite an assortment of furniture and
carpets in Calders music store
Sole agents for the celebrated Brooklyn
Knitting companys fine goods
142 Main street
I is claimed that fever cannot exist
where Microbe Killer is used
Just received
The new fall style
Miller nat
BASTTEURT MaR Co 142 Main st
The well hn own caterers have everything
that makes up a firstclass refreshment
house cakes pastries candies drinks
fruits icecream etc Wedding cakes and
ornaments a Specialty Hot lunch from
12 mtilI4 pm
Miller v
Full style
Silk hats
BASTTERRY MEn COlr 142 Mail st
Five thousand first class stock sheep for
sale cheap Apply James Chesney No 156
West Fourth South street
We want improved properties paying 10
per cent for our foreign clients also closo
in acreage and prospective business lots
153 Maic street
The Troy Steam Laundry is famous for
its excellent work
Telephone 192 U2 Main St
Microbe Killer destroys tho germs of
disease in the blood
No 149 West North Temple
I i
I The decoctions served to the thirsty and
cold at tho Occidental are delicious pure
a nd superior Firstclass wines liquors
j beers specialty ales anti cigars Family supplies a
j ACER Munliir Proprietors
Located at halley Idaho the finest sum
I mer resort in the stis now under tub
management of IMr Charles F Carlson
The conveniences at the springs this season
I are unsurpassed aud the terms moJoratc
Special accommodations for families and
I large parties Write for rates
The New Disco cry
I You have heard your friends and neigh
bors talking about it You may bo
one of the many wiio know from personal
I experience just how good a tinny it is If
you have ever tritil it you airs one of its
staunch fri lds bociuse tho wonderful I
thing about it is that when once given u i
trial Dr Kings New Discovery cverjafter I
holds place in the house I you have
never used itaud shoukUbe afflicted with a I
cqugh cold or any ThrdafLung or Chest
trouble secure a bottle at once and give it
a fair trial I guaranteed every time or I
money refunded Trial bottles free at A
C Smith Cos drug store 6
1 I Ac i tT Ii J I
1 1 II
f r t 1
Located Cor Slain and Third South Streets
The Clif is the best 2 per day house
west of Chicago Rooms large cool and
airy new and handsome furniture electric
lights and all the latest conveniences and
accessories Dining ball spacious and
hal per
fect in its appointment Table first class
Rooms may be secured by telegraph
Absolutely Pure
A cream of tarter baking powder High
est of all in leavening strength U S Gov
rnment Report August 171SS3
corner of Main and Second South Most
central location of any hotel in the city
Opposito postoffice Union ticket and
Pullman office in the hotel Newly re
modled and furnished throughout Tablo
unsurpassed Electric light Dells and all
modern conveniences Term 2 to 5
per day H L HALL Prop
We are closing out our entire stock ol
Flannel Coats and Vests at cost
142 Main street
Three years lease on the Elks club build
lug three stories and basement Heated
by steam lighted by a nice airy spacious
rooms Hot and cold water electric bells
perfect in all its appointments Apply t
or addrees
P O Box 1017 or Room 4U5 Progress
bui T LAKE CIT July 31 ISo t
Amoskeag standard ginghams selling
at 8Mc per yard at
FOR 52250
You can get a suit made to order from our
homo made cassimeres at John C Cutler
Bro No 29 south West Temple street
opposite Grants stables
T J Gilson a leading druggist of Clean
N Y was cured of a diseased spino that
had troubled him for some years by using
eight Allcocks Porus Plasters He says
take pleasure in recommending them
to all afflicted for they not only cured me
but I have known them to cure many of
my customers of rheumatism neuralgia
kidney difficulties pulmonary troubles and
local pains arising from bruises colds or
Offers for block W i blat C Salt Lako city
Apply William Langton 7 Main street t
A Great Liver Medicine
Dr Gunns Improved Liver Pills are I
sure cure for sick headache billious com
plaints dyspepsia indigestion costiveness
torpid liver etc These pills insure per
fect digestion correct the liver and stom
ach regulate the bowels purify and enrich
the blood and make the skin clear They
te and invigorate
also produce n good appetite ort
and strengthen tho entire system by their
tonic action Sold at 2 cents a box by Z
C M I drug store
By express today new and elegant line
of Gentlemens Silk Shirts
I 142 Main t
No one need fear any serious conse
ouences from these diseases i Chamber
I lains Colic Cholera and Diarhcea Remedy
I is used promptly as directed Itcan always
be depended upon and wnen reduced with
I water is pleasant to take It has been in
use for over eighteen years ana has proved
itself to be certain cure for these diseases
even when in their worst forms It saves
the lives of many children each year and is
I equally effectual for adults For sale at 2
and 50 cents per bottle by Z C M 1 Drug
Salt Lake Lithographing and Publishing Co
e 4Yx1r LiU oJrab11J rIOus ix Utab II
Fine Stationery Blank Boofcs Certificates of Stock EI raY d Wedding iMitations
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SILVER 8113 lead sUiO
FOR phosferrone call at Z C M L drugstore
YESTERDAY was the dullest day on record
THE Utah Central has received fivehandsome
now coaches
THE tnoit complete line of artists brushes are
carried by Culmcr Bras
IFyou want n extra choice ham ask for the I
Acme br nd sold by Hardy Young C
MCCOIINICK CO received yesterday Bul
lion 11194 ore S77l2 Total 518890
THE Titan commission yesterday appointed
C E Stanton as registrar for Salt Lake county
TAN shoes for ladles gents misses anti chil
dren at cost Spencer A Kimball 15J Man
THE stockholders of Zions Benefit Building
society will meet at Z C 1 I shoe factory this
evening at 3 oclock
TiE articles of incorporation of the Troy
Steam Lauritiry company a Provo corporation
J were tiled with Secretary Sells yesterday
THE Scandinavians jubilate at Syracuse to
day The Scandinavians always enjoy them
selves and tbu > out will be no exception to the
OSCAn HANSON the tallest man in the terri
tory was on tha street yesterday He is a
traveling salesman and is seven feet two inches
i height I
FOR help wanted situations wanted rents
forsale lost found eti see THE HERALDS
special columo inside age Employment ad
vertisements free
THEstockhoWcrsvof Zious Benefit Building
society nilt meet av Z > C M I S Jo factory
this for the of electing officers
thisexenlngforthe purpose clectng ofcers
for the ensuing year
THE meanest burglary on record was com
mitted last Sunday night when thieves broke
into St Marks citUCdral and stole the boxes
containing tho days contributions
CHARLES CRAUTREU of Wellsvllle Cache
county yesterday completed a term of three
months to which he wbs sentenced for unlawful
cohabitation and was released from the peni
A FEW nights ago burglars broke Into Judge
Powers ottlte broke open a safe and got noth
ing The judge says the crooksare welcome to
it as he intended to contribute it to the cam
paign fut W
JIMMY BCFORD a messenger boy received a
Blight shock from an electric wire yesterday
Jimmy Is sid to hare been t > o quick in his I
movements that his friends failed to recognize 1 j
bit for a moment j I
IT pays toadvertise but It pays better put I
yoursavings In the State Bank of UtaH which I
has a cash capltalof 500000 and pays interest at I
1as 0nnd
the rate of 5 per cent per annum compounded I i
four times a year
JAMES W YOUNG the instructor of the Lib I
eral arum corps died at the Sisters hospital
yesterday morning of pneumonia Ue was
about forty years old ana a native of n
and at one timeresided at Pan City
FOt three days past no water has been run
ning in the ditcaes of the Twentieth ward and
as a consequence building operations up there
have been practically suspend People are
wondering why the water was turned off
ZIONS Savings Bank and Trust Co receives
deposits Interest at 5 per cent per annum
paying now as i thepat tcventeenyears both
principal and interest on demand W Wood
ruff president George Q Cannon vice prcst
THE crook who burglarized the St Elmo yes
terday morning was spotted last evening at the
Walker house Tholiazrol wrgon with some of
the specimens of the Hnest stopped in front of
the hotel givingthe thief time enough t get
out at the rear
W J HEYNOLPS otColorado who was ar
rested here some time ago on the charge of ob
taining goods under false pretenses and who
has since been confined in the penitentiary
started back t Coloradoyesterday in charge of
Deputy taheriff lamiiun
THERE willjbe three cornered race race for
lU a side at the Driving park ou the 2feth be
tween A M Peuaietotis Lydia Allen Mitcnells
UderHucas andAV Kendalls Kiley K Elder
Lucas made three heats yesterday every heat
better than 2h9nndwlhl bother the pool sellers
THE Social Wheel club go to Ogden on Sun
day thc guestsof theAvhoelmen of the Junction
city The outwill probably include a wheel
10 the Ogden hot springs and return The boys
will be accompanied bya number of their
friends and Sod time is assured all who go
SERGEANT FrrzMAURiCE6 report of yester
flaystemperaturels as follows At 533 amSalt
LaKe city on elena as rcrt Custer f > For
Vashakie Cd Rawlins 50 At It amSalt
Lake city TUf O den7 Stockton 72 Bing
llm Park city6 Provo 70 Alta 5 Lo
A LARGE number of candidates for positions
as teachers in the public schools of this city
were examined jestcrrtayat the Twelfth want
schoolhoase The examination was a rigid one
and the candidates many of whom were
strangers were occupied the greater portion of
the day
THE Mandolin club of the Tenth ward gave a
pleasant serenadOTHthe home of war rs
T W Wanipler last Wednesday evening They
were invited In after which the band rendered
some very sweet music asgltcd by some young
ladies who sang several songs Thus an hour of
very pleasant enjoyment was passed
ANGUS McKELLAlt of this city is quite an
inventor He has patentod a new wheel the
hub of which is cast In two parts which is
claimed to be superior to any of the metal
spoke fasteneis in existence He also has the
papers for an ore separator pulverizer and
amalgamizcr whichrminers say LS a good thing
THE troops from the Fort started out on their
annual inarchyestofaay passing through this
oily on route Theboys made a very imposing
appearance They camped ai Murray lat even
ing and will resume thelrmarch this morning
Their objective point this year is a point short
distance this side of Pa son
IT was reported about the street yeSterday
morning that a Salt Luke lemonade and pean t
ender had drawn the capital prize In the Louis
iana state lottery Oft tracing up the rumor it
was found that Jim JJogah who keeps a fruit
stand at the corner of tho wu alch building
was Jlahlng around ticket No Jiiior which en
= titles him t thonw Heth part of KJO or2i
The capital prize ticket Is i Alll8 and Jim
cannot out believe tha there 3S some mistake
i the drawing
Os Tuesday evening there whs presented to
the city council 1 petition signed 1 bv every
property owner oil First street
prperty lrt protesting
against the putting of another street railway
line on First street AB tikutil the petition wits
referred Anticipating the Jtapid Transit peo
pie fearful that thb prayer of the petitioners
would be granted were up bright pcttoners
terday morning and hpO i lnrge force ot men at
work diggmgup the street and putting down
ties The gentlemen who headed the objectors
ot once went t Mayor Scott mj asked tnat he
intercede in their behalf The mayor at once
wrote a note to jho company requesting that
all work on thatsfreei be suspe ded until the
action of the eommltteu was learned AVofls
vas at once suspended and win probably not oPt
resumed as no committee of the council ivtmlci
n care to set at defiance the request of the entire
people whoso property the road would run
J McAjJDRrws of the Denver detective
force and Mr Fredricks of the Fmg BrexViat
company arrived here from Denver yesterday
after Adam Derenborjjer who was arrest h n
Officer Barker recently on the charge of embez
zlcment Petvnbergtr went before Judge
Lane and sUted that he was perfectly willnK
t return to Denver wIth the oBlccr and the
charge against him was dismissed Detective
McAndrews Mr Fredricks and Dcrenberer
lelt for Denver last nJ ht It teems that
Derenbcrger is a contractor and sometime agn
he got a contract erectva building in Dcintr
for the Lang Brewing DCItr
Irwinr company went
well until when Wcn
recently n 4io collected some
2503 on his contract tojjay for material MUe all
labor Before he commenced to disbuic this
money however the contractor got on a tar
and when he sobered Up ho found himself In
1 hlmscf
Salt la1m Derenbergcr made this explanation
t Mr Fredrieks ycstartay and ute latter ex
pressed himself as being perfectly satisfied and
tIn criminal charge will be dismissed as Deren
beiTperhas allAhe money that he brought from
h Denver with wm
Stirring Up the Sod After Choice
2 Acreage I 1I 1 j I
C Price ErPark Commissioner of Chicago I
Predicts a Great Future for Salt Lake
Business in Mining and Realty
The still hunt is on
There is a quiet hunt for choice acreage
The belief that now is the time to tic up
property for the fall advance is so strong
that it hasisent many of the agent rustling
about the utsldrts of the city after acre
age that has been heretofore untouched
They e quite a speculationin this virgin
soil when placed on the market and nelievo
it will command at least as good a price as
that which has been turned over and over
A Chicajro Mans Opinion I
Hon C Price exPark commissioner
who has lived in Chicago for fiftytwo
years is in the city to attend to somo busi
ness in relation to the Smith estate of
which ho is one of the trustees It will be
remembered that Smith came hero in an
early day and with tho Walkers acquired
a half interest in the Emma mine and
other property including the Walker
house which interests the Smith estate
still owns Mr Price says that they had
many chances of disposing of their half in
terest in thc Walker houso property but
that they were not inclined to sell it to
who might disagreeable
persons prove diagreeblo
joint owners to the Walkers
Mr Price has seen Chicago grow from a
swamp to the second largest city in Amer
ica and after looidng over the great coun
try that surrounds Salt Lake he is strongly
of the opinion that it is destined to be a
large and populous > city While others try
t argue with him that there isnot land
enough hero t sustain a large population
he maintains that it has more land than
Denver and that there are other and valu
able valleys including the Cache valley
I that can be made tributary to this city
He says that it is 700 miles from
Denver and 700 miles from San
Francisco and that the mining
ot Utah is as good i not better than that of I
Colorado He likes the city very inucti land
suggests that for the salt of economizing
the paving of the wide streets that in the
residence portion of the city a strip of
ground on each side can be converted into
planting space and set out with trees Hay
njr served Chicago as park commissioner
for six years during the time that Michigan
avenue was improved into thegrandest
boulevard in this country his views are ex
remely valuable Mr Price thinks that tne
words fair may go t Washington park or
the west side as Hon Ben Bijttcrworth
who has been made the secretary of the
fall for some reason has taken a fancy to
that ie Personally he favors Jackson
park as it is located on the south sidp and
is reached by the Illinois Central railroad
which has the facilities for running trains
very five minutes This road has six
tracks into the city two for freight trains
two for passenger trains and twofor the
suburban train service which has grown to
uch importance that the receipts derived
from this source alone pays a dividend to
company the stockholders of the Illinois railway
politics Mr Price is a Democrat and
of the stripe who does not believe taking
a dollar out of cue mans pocket t put it
into another mans purse Illinois hesays
pays more revenue to the national govern
ment than Pennsylvania New York and
New England combined The great whisky
distilleries at Peoria contribute largely to
this After Illinois comes Kentucky after
which Ohio drops in Mr Price thinks the
tariff issue will make Illinois a Democratic
tate a she has nothing to gain by the protective
tective policy
Jenkins Bros Building
The business block back of Jenkins
Bros harness shop on the State road just
south of Second South street is up one
story and will be ready for occupancy in
a few months
The Dooly Building
The excavation of the foundation for the
Dooly postoftice building is under way
and when completed will be one of the
finest structures in the city
Selling Real Estate
L F Hullack during the adjournment
of tho stock exchange is putting the time
in selling real estate He yesterday made
the sale of fifty feet on First South street
SxSKat Ninth West to F D Walker who
Is an extensive buyer of Salt Lake prop
erty The consideration was 1050
Selling alining Stocks I
The recess taken by the stock exchange i
does not prevent the brokers from doing a
nice quiet business 1G Davis this week
sold a batch of Anchor at 4501md some
Mammoth at S4CO Ho will give 10 cents
for Barnes Sulpner or sell the stock at la
J E Bamberger is also in the ring with
some good sales He sold Daly rm S23V5
Mammoth at SLJO Centennial Eureka at
2T5 and Crescent at 35 cents Ho reports
a good deal of inquiry for stccts and says
that buyers miss the daily quotations of
the stock exchange When it opens up he
thinks it will go with a whoop N
ClaikElilreilije Building
The large wholesale building being
erected oy Clark Eldredgo Co on First
South between West Touinlaud First
west is a nanasome stoneDncc stucturo
With a massive arch entrance It is up I
three stories and nearly completed
East Side Hotel
Work on the East Side hotel is pro
grossing nicely Wendell Benson who is
superintending the building in the interest
of the stockholders of which he is a heavy
holder says that the building will be com
pleted by the 1st of May
Real Estate Exchange
The principal business of the real estate I
exchange at present is to care for the
largo correspondence ftit is daily de I
manded by tho receipt of numerous letters
from all parts ol the country iu response
to the advertisements
E L Craw at estei days call offered
12o acres of land twelve miles west of UHJ
city two miles from the Denver Rio i
Grande for 750U
Our ClHariii House I
Yesterdays clearings were 21i8ii I
cash balances i0710 7 I
I Inn I Buck Racket I
i There is much complaint with good
I cause that the electric street cars aro tot
ting too loud The noise and racket
I they raise in rushing through the streets
is sufficient for the police to arrest them
I for the disturbance of the public peace on
the otmigo of being t i nuisance The
grinding rating noise is very wearing on
the nervous system urn chair boarders at
the WiilkiM niiil no com OT m lonlhjf with
such a carbon 01 npioes rampant ou the
streets osr JSu 2s is i UM a constant tear
and tho racket it raises in going up anti
down Main s iut h homuthiug awful to
hear The luiunmr fieu of the electric
cars is surely out of joint und cannot create
so much noise without a great deal of wear
and tear both to the mechanical appliances
as well as to the treasury of the company
There is certainly something loose that
ought to be tightened or vice versa When
tho cars started out on their runs they
made little noise aud tie nuisance should
be righted
When the cars werefirstintroduced they
slided along so noislessly that they could
run over a man without him knowingit
while now they simply make Ronfe howl
It is explained that on the first gearing the
cog wheel was protected by cow hide and
to cheapen this brass gearing was intro t
Heal Eftatd Notes J J
W L CummiiiRS is happy over striking
a flowing well on the Rice Gelden addi t
lion located on the cast boulcard in
ton tm
which he is interested I
G H Howe of Ohio is in the city look
ing lor 1 location 10 start 1 firstclass
metropolitan grocery store
N l Waterman a largo capitalist of
Lincoln Neb will arrive hero this week I
to purchase a good line of real estate
furcbuse n I
W L Webb returned from Blackfoot I
near Soda Springs Idaho where he bit I
tho veteran piscatorial ehainpionj George
C Schcuk to eaten the rest of the tinny
tribe Scbcnks uimrodic proclivities also
are rampant and in one hour and thirty
minutes he shot thirteen chicKens eleven
ducks and one largesized badger Sclieuks
olfactory nerve is prodigiously expanded
and promfscuously peeled The Idaho soda
water and old Sol are siding together
The Sales Jlsule Yesterday
Mary L Puffer to Mary J Ilardin lot 37
section 2 Archer Kulaks subdivi
sion o SCOO
Owen Meyers 1 Mary J Hardin lots I
and 2 section 37KinheyGourlays im
proved plat 200
Edward Brooks to Mary J Kardm lot 3
section 3TKlnncy Gourlays improved
plat 200
FC Htndle to C A Sir cUland lot lb
section 1 Whalons addition 4 > 0
J H Bailey and wife to H K Carpenter
lot 7 section 13 I pint A 2010
L L Archer et al to S G Wilson lotjl 1
section 1 Archer Kullaks subdi
vision SCO
S 1 Lovendahl et al to Paul Evcrsen
part of section IS township 2 south
rungol west 5
G M Chamberlain and wife to Mrs J T
JeiniiiMf Jct > 59 53 unit 53 Jordan I
Green plat r ± 725 I
G M Cliamberlain and wife to C H
Tribe lotS 41 4a 41J and 47 Tordan
Glen plat 1063
G M Chamberlain and wife to Lettie
ICusUendall lots Ji7 and 5S Jordan
Green pat 522
E W Senior and wife to H A Roben
liscl lots 21 and 22 block 4 1 plat A
Garden eiiy 200
DavidNicol to May Nicol part ot siction
It township south rang west 1
Joln Gabbott to Maria Rigby lots 26 and
27 block lKichland I addition 1100
O P Ogelvic to T S DeUow lot 15
block 2 Reyles Riverside addition 1
F Boyle et aI to O A Allen lots iO and
27 Siiock 8 hyde Park a dttono 5CO
ie Grande Young and wife to W L Bar
ret lots 3 mine 3 > 5 block 3 Park View
addition 5CO
W H Lett and wife to W L Barrett
lot 3 und 3 block 3 Paik View ad I
on 1
Edward T Ayer and wife o L D Kinney
property in Kinney Gourlays Im
proved city plat h 80JO
L F Kullak to Oscar K Zipf a half in
terest in lots IS to 25 and part of lot 26
Kclsey Gillcsplos addition 0030
Oscar K Zipf to L F Kulak a half in
terest in lot 1 uurl 27 to 3 inclusive
block 20 Kclsey Gillespies addition 0000
Maggie B Thomson to H V A Ferguson
lots 3 and 4 block J Manitou Springs 200
F H Rudy and wife to Sarah Robinson
part or section B townsntp a norm
range1 west 600
A IL Williams t Mary J Hardin lots 33
and 39 block 2 Archer Kullaks sub
division 1000
Total u r uu e 530218
HOUTEXS COCOA Largest sale in the
Tim IJjg Jiiiprovuupnts 1o Ije
> 1Ia Vj by the Union Pacific I
j 5
IT Wlljri SPEND 0150000 II ERE IAn I
> I i
Excursion v to the Great TIuUo District IJ J I
Tliclicrense lu Railway Business
Th Gold net Western I
n The Union Pacific will spend 150000 in
improving their yards and other property
intins city said Mr S W Eccles yester
day andwhen this is done we shall hive
room iu which to handle our large con
stantly growing business The plans for
these improvements are now in the hands
of General Manager Resseguie and work
is going ahead When this work is com
pleted the old depot and surroundings will
bo hardly recognizable The two immense
freight delotsone for the outgoing and
one forthe incoming freight will face on
First South street near the corner of
Fourth Westand will in connection with
ito shcdsto bQ built extend backto South
Temple street a distance of an outire
piQ kWhat
J What other improvements are contem
One of the most important is the con
struction of freight yards at North Salt
Lake and in these there will be at least I
three miles of tracks All freight will be
st pped there and assorted and at the
depot in this city there will be separate
tracks one for coal another for hay
another for general merchandise and so
on 1
Later a HERALD representative was
shown theplansjri Mr Uesseguies office
b that himself and he was
bytlint gentleman wa very
woltpeased with the outlook
Asked as to when the work would bo
rn hn said he nntininsited that the
latter part of October would see every
thing in good running condition I
The plans show a perfect network of
tracks andltho general arrangements su h
as will be found to be very convenient
An addition is also contemplated to the
passenger depot which is far too small to
accommodate the constantly increasing
business ofthe road I
The public generally will be glad to learn
that the Union Pacific last means busi
ness and thtt iT will put in freight houses
and other conveniences that are suitable
I for 0 city of 5000Q population
How Business Has Increased
The Union Pacific said Mr Eccles
yesterday uis doing a phenomenal
business Salt Lake always has
been a good city so far as
railroad business is concerned and
when I left for San Francisco I looked
upon this city as being one of the best of its
size in America I was hardly prepared
however for the great change that has
taken place hi soshort a time I would
not have believed that it was pos
sible had I nofrecehred since my return
very forcible pYpof Qf thergrpwth lenjoyed
during tho lust few years Salt Lakes
course from this point is simply upward
and onward
The volume of local business handled by
the railroads one of the best idications
of the progress apd prosperity of a city
To the Great Tlntic Country
Col T P Murray is arranging for a
business mens excursion to the great
mineral section of Utah known as tho
Tintic district The special train will
leave Salt Lake next Wednesday at 7
oclock and on itsreturn will pull out from
Eureka at 7 pm arriving in Salt Lake
at 10 Thisis avery good arrangement as
it will give tho excursionist a pleasant
ridoduring the early morning hours and
allow them sufficient time to inspect the
wonders of one of the greatest mining
camps in the west The BullionBeck the
Eureka Hill the CentennialEureka and
the Murray Hill people will give the ex
cursionists i royalreceptiou ana will take
pleasure in showing them all there is to be
There is no better camp in the west to
day tan Tintic and for years too rich ore
has been going out in a quiet way in vol
umes that the average resident of Utah has
little idea of Tt is1 time the great Tintic
country was shbwn up Toftho world in its
true light and this excursion will enable
many of our business men who have here
tofore felt that they could not afford to
spare the tWQdays necessary to visit the
camp and the trip cannot be made in less
than that time by regular trains an oppor
tunity tQdoso
ltUnty excursion is one that should be and
doubtless will be very largely patronized
No More Concerts at the Beach
I hardly probable that there will be any
more Campobello concerts at uarneid this
year but in lieu thereof Campobello and
the other artists who havo appeared at the
beach will be seen in Sunday concerts to
be given at Syracuse Tho first one occurs
on Sun ynext
The Gold Belt Is Western
The incorporation of the Gold Belt
Western which recently occurred in Idaho
is causing great rejoicing among the resi
dents of the new state I commences at
the town of ilniley runn ng thence by way
of Croys gulch and what il known as the
Gold Belt down Camp creek to Camas
prairie thence via Willow Creek Canon or
Soldier Creek cafion or any other prefer
able route to the Little Smoky cafion
tncnco Gown sam stream to us commence
with Big Smoky river thence by the most
available route to tho South Boise river
and to Function Bar a distance of eighty
rUes more or less
The proposed road will go through one
of the richest sections of Idaho cutting
mber proves and mineral belts of great
value openUp an immense agricultural
country and altogether will bo of greater
benefit tot Idaho than any other line that
has ever ehteted i distance considered
Sunday Concerts at Syracuse
A grand concert will be given at Syra
cuse on Sunday August 17 1800 under tho
direction of Signer GaUp belo
The following well known artists will
1lovibg kntwn artsts wi ap
pear Mme Alberta Howe soprano Si
no Enrico Ctimpobcllo baritone Mr Wil
lard Weihe violinist i Mr Harry Aldous
cornotibt and the Mandolin orchestra
Trains i will leave S lit Lake city fiorn the
Union Paciiie depot at 810 a m and 2 p
1 and rettfrKTiigtrains willleave Syra I
cuse at 6130 p in Fare for the round trip
50 Cents
No extra charge for the concert which 1
beginsat30p in I
Tenlperance on the Vantlalia
Some mouths ago the management of the
Vandalia sled an order to the effect that
the use of intoxicating liquors employees
of the company would bo suflicientgrounds
for their dismissal The management hag
been rather lax in enforcing the order and
some of the employees have paid noheed to
H i But narrow escaps from an accident
a few nights ago wnich might have been a
serous outit on account of two of the em
ployees being under tho influence of liquor
has brought the importance of the order
again into prominence and N K Elliott
buptifintsndent of transportation dis
missed one of the men and suspended the
father indefinitely Ho has also given in
structions to have the order strictly en
forced IniCverv branch which comes under
the supQrvjsjon of tho superintendent of i
transportation tho ruio applying not only
totnuumen but to yardmen switchmen
and every man concerned in the movement
of trains
t ueiHoiiui anil General
Agreat deal of discussion is now going
on aKibngrailroad men os to the relative
merits of electric motors versus steam The
advantage claimed by the advocates of the
electric motor is that trains can bo subdi j
vided at any point Extra heavy and pow j i
crful locomotives are not required on irra
uients In case of arciilents uninjured cars
tan be ft out oftthn way individually
They believe in individual motor An
electric engine at the head of a train has
little advantage tivpr si pleam locomotive
The Boston fitcirs lint can says No ono
seems longer io doubt but that Boston and
possibly New Yvrtc holders of Atchison and
who aro supposed to havogoodinformation
have been selling that Stock for the past ten
days OCcoursp there has been short sell
ing but not all the stoik that tins been ro
livered on sales at the stock exchange was
borrowed stock
General Manager Resseguicand Mr EC
des took a run down to the smelters yes
terday afternoon to inspect some tracks in
that vicinity
The Mercy of the Court is Three
Months and 90
Miss Jensen Arrests Mrs Jercenson and the
Judge Lets Her Go With a Keprl
intintl Other Notes
In the police court yesterday C O Gar
nctt pleaded guilty to the charge of appro
priating a revolver without the consent of
the owner and threw himself upon the
mercy of the court which consisted of a
sentence of three months in the countyjail
and a fine of 690
George Quinn the fiery untamed drunk
who raised Ned at the polico station on
Wednesday was sent up for twentyfive
Mary Jens n was tried for assaulting a
woman named Jorgenson but the evidence
showed that the affair was only a neighbors
quarrel ana discharged the defendant
In the afternoon Clarence Bean ahack
man was tried on the charge of assault and
battery The evidence showed that on
Monday last the defendant and a girl
named Lottie Goodwin were in the post
office when they met William Kraut c
bricklayer with whom the girl was ac
quainted Kraut went up to the girl and
asked her if she knew who she was with
and the girl replied that she did Kraut
accosted the couple on the street again
shortly after this and later in the day ho
met Bean in front of the Star saloon on
Slate street The men exchanged some
words and then BeaixknockedKrautdown
Judge Laney found the defendant guilty as
charged and imposeda fine of 30 Bean
gave notice of an appeal and filed a bond in
the sum of 200
Kraut claims that he spoke to Miss Good
win on the street because ho wanted to
warn her as a friend against Bean who
no says at one time kept company with
his daughter who is now in the reform
In the afternoon a girl named Mary Jen
sen was tried for assaulting a woman
named Jorgensen The evidence showed
that the affair was a neigbbcrs quarrel
and the defendant was discharged with a
The 5 drunks were J Palmer James
Nelson John lull Pat Downey and James
The trial of William Brown who is
charged with stealing a blanket valued at
5 vas set for today
But the Charge Fails to Stick and the Defend
ant is Discharged
On several occasions a woman named
Mrs Hattey who arrived here from Eng
land some two years ago has made com
plaints against different parties charging
them with outraging her fourteenyearolc
daughter who is simpleminded Last
winter she had a young Spaniard named
Silver arrested on this charge and he is
now doing time in the penitentiary It was
shown at the trial however that after the
offense had been committed Mrs
Hattey went to the Spaniard and
offered to compromise the case
on certain conditions Last night
Mrs Hattey had a man named Axel
Eggerton arrested on the charge of raping
her daughter The city physician ex
amined the girl and declared that the charge
was false and the prisoner alleges that
Mrs Hattey tried to blackmail him Mrs
Hattey has made similar charges so often
and the evidence has in some of the cases
been so peculiar that the officers are in
clined to think that the mother is more or
less to blame
O P PRATT has gone to Billiard
C H RAJIFTON came down from Bountiful
REV E H KOYL of Ingersoll Nan is at the
STEVE HAYES a Bingham merchant is at the
White house
L M OLSEN is up from Price station buying
a stock of goods
HON H W SMITH a prominent attorney of
Ogden is at the lValktir house
S n KILPATRICK railroad contractor for
merly of Beatrics Neb Is at the Continental
Mn RICE n Colorado baiiker who will this
week open a bank in Eureka Tintic is In the
V G BOGDE chief engineer of the Union Pa
elIte railway is in the city stopping at the
THE WALKER Price Chicago A E
White Utah T P OConnell Chicago H H
Dudley Concord W L Dabb FriscoCE
Wurtolc Evanston Jas Klllson wife and two
children Kansas City N H Camp New York
J C Parr Evanston R West and wife Mount
Vernon W P Lyett J A Lyett travellers
N ZJ B Mason Omaha A Morrissey A
M Palmer Co H G Johnson Salina tV D
Stevenson J W Dorsey New York city T
P Newton Bufte Orr Stratton New York
Mrs J F Uoyd and daughter Oakdale
D J Jones San Francisco George Ryan Sil
ver Cltv F Goodman New YorK Q J Smith
Eagle Rock E F Strickland J 0 Campbell
Boston C C Goss JV Demuth Pocatello L
G Fane Buffalo G C Schenck Utah H W
Smith Ogden
TruE CLJFT Mrs M A Caldwell Pocatello
Idaho J B McDowell J AEakensCheyenne
j W Martin Ogden J B Copmiiasto and
wife Chicago T H Simmons and wife Cedr
Rapids J J Rich St Louis Mo D E Buck
amon Portland Ogn S S Smith W Smith
Omaha J R Cunnmgton and wife Trenton N
J JWRyan St Joseph Mo M S Man
nine and wile New bra airs ai u Lane
Denver Mrs A M Hiffle Philadelphia T S
Atford Kansas City E M Ballard Horton
lOan H M Langdon San Francisco J A
Uitxcr Kansas City A Moger Denver M H
Ainbrone Sprmgncld Ills J Clark Ogden
W W Watson and wife Marysvllle Mo J V >
Smith and family Spokane Falls E J Boyed
Denver C J Anderson San Francisco
TUB WHITE J F Powers Snowvillc A
Tuckcrman San Jose Cal G S Tuciterinan
St PauLS O Barker and wife Wood River
C P Tack Denver C Schneider and wife
Omaha Mr SF Martin Eureka Mrs M
Murphy Mrs Rex Ogden L A Tyler Ta
coma Key A Adams and wife A B Adam
mdliii wile American Fork S hays Blnkham I
A H Sturgis PriCI J J Hatforil Chicago S
It Vowles N James Lake Ioint J J Moore
Butte Mont Joseph Stringer Park City
E F Funk Butte Mont J N Reagan Thla
teC Howatil N J Campbell Ogden J
Denny W Marshall Denver V Sullivan Og
den K N Layton W G Allen Grand Junc
tion S L Swensor D Adamson Ogden p
ONcIl J 1 OBrien Park City G Hammond A
Samson Urantsvilie Mr N IIornNT Wat
son AHa H C Lfrigenvoud Bmgham C
AVilJianui San Fruiclco U J Powell Ameri
can Foil It
COLTINCSTAL Frank Jeff Hober City II
L DieUnO Hailcy L J Talley Denver
Dexter Bulknip mimiC wife Louisvllli Kv W
J Warren Pan IranVisco E L Merrill atin
eauollsA E Preyer New York C SHardy
G H Murray J W Levy Sacramento James
C Coyai OgJen C W Ham Cincinnati L A
Dualism Ouray W F Thompson Denver
MInMs White mud Freeman Chirago 1 F
Covkendall Omaha Neb B Tos olyn
Denver Col I M Olon Price Uhuh
C W Burns and wIfe 0 0 G utnthno p
Gatoitlme Otmray 11ev H hoyl Ingersoll
Canada 1 11 1homrpsoa mmd wire Omaha J
MM Beck EP HernIa and wife Portland
Ogh G Hubbard Bqston Miss Nooaan and
sister JJ McGinnlty Denver J H WeIsS
and wife Ogden a C Soctfhart Park city S
D Kilpatrlck Beatrice Neb T2d Wallace
Denver H C Morris Miss M Boat Donald
Grover Ogden Miss S Blair Cincinnati
E A Wilson snnfirintpnHnnt of rHafrtrfi
schools of Utah county has received the
annual statistical and financial report from
the various districts a portion of which is
appended Number of children who can
read an A write 0553 number of children
who attend district school 5778 number
of children who attend private school 785
no school 1193 nonMorm children
boys496 nonMonnod children girls 503
total t99 Mormon children boys y374
girls 3335 total 0702 Grand total 77G1
Increase NonMormon 183 Mormon 237
At 11 oclock last night the barn and
stable belonging to Frank Beers at Pleas
ant Grove ware in flames and those who
rushed to the assistance of Mr Beers were
powerless to do anything until the barn
containing hay a wagon harness and
other farming appurtenances was de
stroyed The gentlemans store was
scorched with the iiames and came near
being consumed
Tha Evening Social club goes to the lake
The Opera house band was on the street
last evening
In the police court yesterday John Mc
TCwan was found guilty of disturbing
Gins Thompsons peace of mind Mr
hompson had been purchasing high wines
for the stomachs sake of McKwan on ac
count forgetting he had no flherewith in
I I i jeans to balance it and the saloon man
closed the tap against the unfortunate
Chris who afterwards struck oil by a few
rough knocks and bowed ia his hard
money in another joint For this conduct
vlcEwan lectured his former patron in
anguagel am forbidden to use and he was
assessed a nominal 5 by Justice Noon for
reaching without a commission
Velvet and Rags will be on at the
opera house on Friday and Saturday in the
lands of a home organization For the
sake of the firemen who are to derive a
benefit in case there are any drawing
qualities to the porus piasters and sour
glue that has been pasted all over the
own we hope the affair will be a howl
lug success financially
Gas pipes are being fitted in a number of
business houses and private residences by
dumber Clayton
Miss Mary Smith has been pending a
week with her friends in Provo and will
return to her home in Salt Lake to day
Real estate has taken a little spurt
Four transfers were made last week at
good prices and property men are tighten
ing their hold in anticipation of an upris
lug in the fall Rents have also taken a
jump and at present mere js scarcely a
business place that can be rented
Felt Cos cottage row will bo com
pleted by September 1
PKOVO Aug 14

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