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i 1BE SALT LAKE HJBBLD TUESDAY MAR n 15 1892
I 9H E H BRAL
I SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
> ECESDAT March 15
Advertisements in this column 60 cent per line
tack Insertion
Fartiee removing Jrom one place to another and
Retiring papers changed Mould alwayi girt former
at veil as present address
TBATELJSR8 FKOM SALT LAKE
Will find THE HrnALti on all railroad trains in
thc west at the news stands In Denver Butte
Omaha Leadvllle Portland Boise and all
f otter western cltieg Also at the P O News
company Chicago Brentanos Union square
JfewYork Palace HotelSnn Francisco Chey
enne News Co Cheyenne and the Ebbitt house
Washington Readers of THE HERALD who do
not find it oCeredfor sale on the trains or other
places where it should be will confer a favor
by notifying immediately
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CONFERENCE
ADVERTISING
THE SEMIVEKKLY HERALD B H
1 Roberts editor Is the great medium lor
reaching tho country people In their homes It
circulates extensively in every town in Utah
Idaho and Wyoming and in many ol those in
l Arizona Colorado New Mexico and Montana
All indications point to an immense attendance
at the coming conference and those having
bargains to announce or desiring to reach the
country public with any notices will do well to
use the columns ol THE SEMI VEELY HER
ALD belore conference and the daily HERALD
during conference week
REMEMBER that all country patrons ot THE
HERALD receive the paper Tree during their
ntay In town
NATURAL GAS ENVELOPES
For sale by the Salt Lake Lithograph Co
Until our new building is completed our
office will be in Room 409 Progress building
SCHWEITZER RANSOHOFF
F AUERBAOII BROS OFFER
for Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 500
yards 25inch Black Twilled China Silk at
17M cents per yard positively worth 123
per yard
FARM OF 120 ACRES
On State road near Draper to exchange
for good city property Has an excellent
stand of lucern of twenty acres Apply at
128 East Sixth South
Dew DropCanned Goods have no equal
Rogers Co
Yesterdays Real Estate Transfers
narlow Ferguson estate of John Scott to
Otto Hanson part of lot 10 block 18
plat A bg Held survey 8 4CS
Benjamin Green to James Green part of
section 3l township 3 south range 1
east 200
Benjamin Green to Benjamin S L Green
part of section 32 township 3 south
range 1 east 400
Stephen Duffin to George Whitman part
of section 21 township 3 SQuIb range 1
east a 100
J P Quillen to Andrew Tanner Hunt
property in Blair Curtis subdivision 1
Jesse H Gilliland to Elizabeth Thomp
son property in Park Place addition SCO
Coates Comm to Mat Conway part of
CoMes Corums subdivision 150
Boyle Doran to Lemuel R Suydam lot
0 block 3 Hyde ParK addit on 300
John H Courtney and wife to Mat Con
way property in Coates Lorums
Buena Vista addition 700
W V Erickson to David Snider property
In Denver City plat 175
Erastus W Lovatt et ill to Martha A
Davis pan of lot ft block 11 plat B 100
G M Chamberlain and wife to Wilbur
F Clements property in Charakerlalns
Choice addition u 1020
W P OMeara to William E Ryan part
ol lot 8 block 94 plat A 3000
J A Fritsch to W T Johnson property
in Capitol Avenue addition 450
Abraham Helm and wife to Ole Amunaen
part of section I township 2 south
range 1 west 225
E T Ayer by county clerk to George
McGarroll property in block 53 Kin
ney Gourlays subdivision 9
Elizabeth O Tajlor to Andrew Mathie
son lot 47 Taylors subdivision 250
William Turner and wife to George Q
Cannon part of section 31 township 2
south range 1 west 00 2COO
Andrew J Burt by marshal Frank
Burns part or lot 4 olock 33 plat B 471
Andrew Mathleson to Benjamin Roths
child property in block 177 block Cu 1
Granel Deming and wife to Frank
Doming and wife et al part of lot 4
block 2 plat B h 1
Granville Deming and wife to Hannah
Asken et al part of lot 4 block 2
plat B 1
Total u 5 10223
Abstracts of title to real estate situated
in Salt Lake county neatly accurately and
promptly furnished by the county recorder
INSURE
In the Hartford Assets over 6000000
H J GRANT Co Agents
The best is good enough
Dew Drop canned goods are the best
ROGERS Co
LADIES
We have just received a large con
signment of the finest gimp nail head
chiffon and other elegant trimmings al
wonderfully prices
F AUERBACU BRO
Prtronize home product S L Pickle Co
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MESDAMES ROBINSON AND CROCK
WKLL
Sylvan hairdressing and manicure par
lors at 21 and 22 Walker Mercantile block
The new art face massage for obliterat
inp all wrinkles and face belmishes
Exclusive agents for the Srlvans BalD
of Lilies for beautifying the complexion
also the Vegetable Hair Tonic Salt Lake
society ladies are invited to inspect th
new parlors
GILDS PHARMACY
Brooks Arcade opposite Knutsfor
hotel State and Third South streets is th
best and most reasonable drug store in th
city to have your prescriptions filled an
buy your drugs and medicines Seventce
years practice
Absolutely pure Maple Syrup and N C
Molasses Rogers Co II
The horse radish put up by the Salt Lais
Pickle Co has no equal Ask for it
Utah Book
72 MAIN ST S
TOYS OFFICE SUPPLIES
DUNCAN M MCALLISTER
To Reduce Stock we are now off
Lowest Prices on Everything
Fo Eo WARREN
Has recently been appointi
World
STEIN WK
FOR UTAH IDA
Wo have just received a complete stoc
is extended to the publi
F Eo AHREN 1
78 West Seco
A relish with beansSo L Pickle Coo
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Stationery COj
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p SCHOOL BOOKS Etc Etc
Manager
ering SPECIAL BARGAINS In All LIDS
MERCANTILE CO
ed the General Agents for the
Renowned
Y PIANOS
BO AND WYOMING
k of tho New Styles and a cordial invltatloa
c to call and examine them
ERCANTILE CO 9
nd South Street
LWTtf1fiDO p nlflR The Greatest Offer Ever
IM1TUSTORS LOOK 1111 ijlOIQ Made to Real Estate In
vestors in Salt Lake City
For the Next 15 Days L D Kinney
Will Sell Lots in
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KINNEYS NORTH SALT LAKE
At 50 to 75 Each
This Addition Is located immediately north of tha Jennings and North Boulevard AdiU
tions and immediatelywest of Kinney Gour ays improved city plat and In the very heart
of the natural gas andmanufacturing district of tho city and is surrounded by additions in
none of which can a lot be bought for less than 5125 Three gas wells are now being driven
within a half mile of this plat A street car line will bo built to It within 90 days and these
prices will multiply within that time Only onehalf of this plat will be sold at these
prices after which prices will at least double There never will be another chance to gal
good lots in Salt Lake city for tN each Size of lots 5x131 feet corners 34x134
L D KINNEY Promoter Room 23 OMeara Block
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Jo IB I VV A L D E 11 9
Real Estate Stocks Loans Investments Rental Agency
OFFICE Utah National Bank Building Cor Main and First South Sts
TELBPHOXE No 86
Large List of Choice Properties For Sale Stores and Residences for Rent
Money to Loan at Low Rate Mining and Gas Stocks a Specialty
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1 Be sure you get the Best for your money zr f
We carry several Grades of Furniture especially
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DRAPERIES i
Our asssortment is Immense
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We guarantee our prices to be the Lowest
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LOCAL LYH1CS
Crisp and Condensed News of General
Interest and Import
BEDSTEADS J250 S R Marks Co
OUR horseradish Is the bestSalt Lake Pickle
company S I
CAUFORNIA strawberries have appeared In
the market
BABY carriages at cost until March 1 S R
Marks Co S
LACE curtains a large lot at a sacrifice S
ItSilarksCo S
PARLOR suits KJ5 at S H Marks Co op
posite Temple
FOB bargains in furniture S R Marks
Co opposite Temple south
INSURE in the Home Flro of Utah H J
Grant Co agents GO Main street
SPLESDID vlth your Sunday roast the Salt
Lala Picklo companys horseradish
E F FAUNDEBS ol this city was yesterday
elected a director in the Stock Yards company
QZiONs Savings bank pays 5 per cent interest
Established 1873 Largest savings bank in
Utah S
WE are receiving daily from the Provo Mills
new spring suitings Call and see them at
Cutlers 36 Mam S
PICKLES guaranteed fine as C B and
cheaper Ask your grocer for them The Salt
Lake Pickle S
company
There are messages at the Western Union
telegraph office for Rev G P Waynick Harry
V McCormick and J K Morgan
The legislative halls are being refitted for the
city omcials The remaining duties of the
chief clerks will be discharged at the office of
Secretary Sells
WILLIAM M GEMIARD of Taylorsville aged
thirtythree secured a license from Cupid
Brown yesterday to wed Clara E Soper aged
twenty tour of Salt Lake city
Otm tailor made spring suits are attracting
marked attention Those desiring artistic fits
are particularly invited to call for their suits
not later than next week BARTON Co
IN the probate court yesterday Judge Bartch
committed to Provo Wan Boy the crazy China
man who was brought up for examination last
week Wans idols had all failed him and his
mind decayed
THE little twin girl of S F Kimball born on
the first day of the year died of whooping
cough at an early hour yesterday morning
Funeral was held at the residence 276 Sixth
street at 2 pm yesterday
E L LOMAX of the Uhion Pacific said
yesterday that he had lately traveled over the
whole system and that while trade was quiet
everywhere and especially so In Omaha that
the best indications he had seen were in Salt
Lake and Ogden
DEPUTY MARSLAL C L RUDD of San An
tonia arrived here yesterday on his way home
from San Francisco where he had been to turn
over to the authorities four coolies who had
Eureptitiously landed on this officers territory
only to be captured by him
JGVEPH BOWER the young Belgian who
came here a short time ago with his wife and
about 4000 still mourns the loss of both The
opinion of both himself and his acquaintances
Is that Mrs Bower simply left In order to save
tho money which her husband seemed intent
upon investing
J C DOWLIS exassistant inspector of build
ings here and a prominent member of the
P O S of A and at one time a candidate for
the nomination of city marshal at the hands of
the Llbaral party has fled to Deaver to escape
arrest on the chargQot outraging a girl said to i
be only eleven years or age
Tnt Eclectic Medical association filed arti
cles of incorporation yesterday with the county
clerk The objects are mutual benefits and lit
erary pursuits The incorporators are Jesse 1
Murphy F M Thrig It A Basbrouch J A
Taylor Jesse E Murphy and S T Peet
r OBSERVER SALISBURYS report for yester
days temperature Is as follows At 530 a m
bait Lake 48 Baker City 31 Cheyenne 24
Denver 2S Helena 20 Miles City 18 Mont
rose 40 At 1 p mSalt Lake 40 Bingham
42 Ogden 59 Logan 30 Park City 23 Provo
44btockton42
JOSEPH F SIMMOXS successor to Bowrmg
Simmons groceries invites his friends and the
public generally to call and see him east of
Hooper building the cleanest store in town
Ihe only place where you can buy the cele
brated AB A Burnham or Bountiful butter
the best in the market Seventeen pounds cf
sugar for 41 Flour royal patent 4275 straight
grade 4250 S
TIlE men working on the towers of the tem
ple were yesterday an irresistable attraction to
hundreds of people who watched them On the
southeast corner two men standing on a I small
platform were engaged in drilling a hole in the
big globe evidently with as great a sense of se
curity as If they were on the ground On Sat
urday before the last scaffolding was put up
one ol the workmen had the temerity to climb
to the top of the middle spire and stand there
on one foot a la Angel Gabriel
WHEN Commissioner Saunders left hero for
Omaha some time ago In charge of a physician
and before the Utah Commission completed
Hslabors THE HERALD predicted that he would
nevermore return since his health was seri
ouUy Impaired It is therefore with no sur
prise though with considerable regret that the
news of his Illness was received here He must
be a very sick man when his daughter Mrs
Russell Harrison Is summoned to his bedside
from Washington
XIZUTENAKT BUTTS who Is stationed in this
city m charge of tho recruiting station recently
established lies dangerously ill at the Cataract
from an abcess formation In the ear similar to
tho attack endured by Rev J A Cruzan nearly
a year ago Ho was unconscious all dayyester
day and the attending physician was watching
him Wlth the utmost care and anxiety C S
Kimball and his niece Miss Winnifred Kim
ball arrived from Salt Lake Utah yesterday
in response a telegram announcing the lieu
tenants serious Illness Miss Kimball is the
young gentlemans fiancee Ijate last night no
change was reported in the patients condition
Swux Falls ibalota Press I
The reception to President Eliot of Harvard
college at the Union club this evening i be
open to the public Besides the handshaking
ceremonies Chore will bo a brief musical pro
grammo in which Mr Weihe and Prof Krouse
and other musicians who had not
yet been decided upon last evening
will take part The reception will last from S
till 10 The address by Professor Eliot in the
tabernacle tomorrow night begins at 730 The
reception committee on the part of the Uni
versity club consists of Rv Dr Utter Elsworth
Daggott and Captain Willard Young The Union
club wU be repiesented by J L Rawlins
FrdnkKnox Luis Cohn W S McCornick H
M Wells R C Chambers E C Coffin F D
Kimball J E Jennings J E Caine and E A
Smith
GROESBECK HOUGHTON after being burned
out at the Lace House had scarcely placed the
remnant of their stock in the temporary
quarters opposite the scene ot the fire when
they had another experience At 830 Sunday
night a lot of goods were found to be en fire in
the store and an alarm was sent in The de
partment promptly responded and Chief
Stanton manipulated the chemical engine so
well that the blaze was quickly extinguished
and the loss to the goods dM not exceed f5 the
only other additional damage being a broken
pane of plate glass in the doer and it was all
covered by insurance Chief Stanton says that
the fire was undoubtedly caused by an bver
heated stove which stood In close proximity to
some fabrics Tho watchman was inclined to
think that a spark of carbon from an electric
light dropped on the covering and caused the
fire but those who were on the scene first are
I satisfied that i all resulted from the stove
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AMUSEMENTS
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CORINNE
Corinne comes to Salt Lake with a
much better all around show than that
which she presented last year it is a
larger company the girls are prettier the
men are cleverer the costumes brighter
the scenery more brilliant and the chorus
much stronger and more tuneful than ever
before The chorus indeed is the strong
feature of the organization both as regards
numbers voices and good looks Many a
traveling opera company would be proud
of such a chorus as that which Corinne has
furnished
In the little lady who heads the com
pany we see no particular change Off
the stage she is fortunate in being tho
daughter of that female Nestor of mana
gers Mrs Jennie Kimball one of the
shrewdest and wealthiest of proprietors in
the profession We say frankly that in
our opinion if Miss Corinne were the
daughter of any one else her fame would
be less loudly trumpeted than it is
today She Is a merry little body
who is never quiet and who is
given some beautiful changes of
gown She is a fair singernot an excel
lent one She seems to love dancing above
everything else on earth but wo have had
manydancers who are better She is not
what would be called a clever actressin
short though she is a pleasant hardwork i
ing little body there is nothing about her
at all out of the ordinary and we feel
rather a surprise than otherwise to see her
at the head of so strong an organization
She reminds us more than anything else of
a smart child who hu been taught the
tricks of her elders b fore she know what
the tricks meant to express She caught
the fancy of the galleries last night and
was accorded many encores Of the good
features of the support n is sufficient to
say that Mr Dyllyn has a good baritone
voice and that his Toreador song was
stormily encored but Mr Dyllyn hurts
himself by his swaggering selfconscious
ness Mr Charles Postello as Carmans I
rival and the funny man of the smugglers
wereextremely hilarious Theother parts
were in good hands and the applause for
the singing especially was frequent and
prolonged Tonight the renowned guitar
soloist Arling Schaeffer whose compo
sitions for guitar and mandolin are so
wellknown and who is traveling as in
structor on the mandolin to Corinne will
appear in Carmen and render a solo on
his thirtystringed guitar
I JEFFERSOXS ADVANCE
Mr Harry Lee advance agent of Jo Jef
ferson is in town His great star appears
in The Rivals on the 22d and this will
wi
form our first and in all probability our
only chance t see what are counted of the
great creations of this century Jeffersons
Bob Acres and Mrs Drews Mrs Mala
prop The prices will bo put at S2 but the
quartette Jefferson Louis James Mrs
Drew and Viola Allen aro well worth it
ESMERALDA BY THE HOME CLUB
The Home Dramatic club has just ac
complished one of its hearts desires in se
curing the manuscript of Gillette and Mrs
Frances Hodgson Burnetts Esmeralda
which they have been in quest of for the
last five or six years Mrs Belle Gilbert
who played once with the clnb a year ago
and who was at the head of a Madison
Square Esmorltla company for five sea
sons will come out from New York to do
the heroine in the play and the rights to
render the piece were obtained from
Charles Frohman of New York by
Mr Burton and Mr Whitney Tho
play will be first rendered at con
ference time I belongs to the stan
dard highclass dressy dramas in which
the home club made its original old time
hits and all who read the story when it
came out in the Century several years ago
will agree that the members of the club
will be well suited in it Mr Wells plays
Dave Hardy Mr Spencer Estabrooke
Mr Young the old North Carolina farmer
and Lottie Claridge MotherYou Know
The club will revive Held by the Enemy
during tho conference Mrs Gilbert play
ing the part originally assumed by Eaith
Clawson who is still too ill to play
THE EIGHTEENTH WARD E TInTAINm T
in which the home club Miss Hawley
Bishop Whitney Mr Easton Mr Pyper
Mrs Langford Mr unbar Mr Goddard
and others appear comes off tonight
Tickets Snelgroves are on sale at Calders and Coalter
GAS STRUCK IN I HO 4f
I Blows Heavy Tools Sixty Feet
in the Air
A FIFTH WELL WILL BE SUNK
A Party Will visit the New Strike This Morn
ing and Excursions Arranged
for Business Briefs
Gas was struck in well No 4 at LakeShore
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Shore at 8 oclock last night
Thewell in its pressure and volume
fully came up to the most extravagant ex
pectatations I is really a wonderful
welso says Major Doxin who is admit
tedly an authority
The event had been anticipated on Sun
day and all day yesterday and in the after
noon the drillers knew by the indications
that the gas was not far away from the
point ol the drill i
Word was sent to the city that i anyone
wanted to see the well come in he wsuld
have to get to Lake Shore in a hurry
A number of people did want to see the
well came in among them Major Doxie H
L Driver J F Woodman and D number
others who started for Lake Shore on the
first train How the well acted when the
gas strata was penetrated by the drill can
best be described in the language of Major
Doxie who says
Wo went to the well from the train
where we found the workmen had worked
themselves up to the highest pitch of ex
citement Every few moments the bottom
of the well would be in the
GREATEST COMMOTION
the water bubbling and great quantities of
air being emitted from the pipe
The work was being done with the
greatest cautionthe workmen had had ex
perience with the other wells which they
did not forget Tho drill was not permitted
to get very far ahead of the pipe which
was kept driven close down to the bottom
of the hole
While the drill was working there came
a noise that could not be misunderstood
The overlying shale had been passed
through and the sandstone in which the
gas is found was penetrated There was a
roar like the escaping of steam from a hun
dred engines The workmen retired to a
place of safety with more haste than dig
nity Their discretion was timely as the I
drilling tools weighing 1500 pounds were
BLOWN OUT OF THE WELL
sixty feet in the air
Then the power and pressure of the
well began to manifest itself Pieces of
rock weighing as much as ten pounds were
thrown 200 feet high
Then you were pleased majorl
I was more than that I was delighted
I satisfied me beyond a question that one
of the greatest natural gas fields in the
world existed in this valley Thats what
I think and thats what I know
Nothing can exceed the satisfaction with
which this strike is regarded The news
was sent in town where it circulated on
hotels the streets and in the corridors of the
IT WAS A SIGNIFICANT EVENT
Messrs Doxie Woodman and Driver
were seen after they returned to the city
when the first named said The pressure
was probably about one hundred and fifty
poundsor nearly the same as Nos 12
and 3 and the well would yield from
twelve to twenty million feat of gas per
day The four wells now opened would
supply all the gas needed for domestic use
In this city for a long time to come When
asked what effect the striking of gas in this
well would have on laying pipe to the city
Major Doxie said it would have the effect
of giving an impulse to that work which
would be commenced within thirty days at
the farthest and the mains would all be in
by September
The striking of gas in this well does not
mean the cessation of operations at Lake
Shore It is the intention to
SINK OTHERS WELLS
just as rapidly as pcssible The intention
at present is to start the next well at a
point threequarters of a mile nearer the
city than well No4 Should that one
meet with the same good fortune as the
others the field will be prospected this
way until the limit of the gas producing
area is reached In case well No5 which
will be started in a few days is a dry one
it will then be known that the southern
limit of the belt has been reached or there
will be strong probabilities of it
A large party will go out to see the well
at 1025 oclock today and arrangements
will be made for excursions and a fine
illumination for some night within the next
week
commenced South and work on these has already been 1
PBOJIPT PAYMENT
That the Union Life Insurance company
of Omaha meets all obligation in a prom
manner is evidenced by the following re
ceived bp L Lodn Salt Luke Manager c
the company Rooms S3 and SI Comma
cial block
SALT LAKE CITY Utah
Permit me to thank you for check ft
3000 in full payment of policy No 326
on the life of John J Alter of whose e
tate I am administrator said check havir
been forwarded immediately on my fiiir
proof of his death Promptness like tin
should commend your company over
where Very respectfully
FRANK T HlATT
F AUERBACH k BRO
Parisian pattern garments highest nove
ties capes jackets reefers blazers mil
tory capos newraarkota otc These a
ments are stylish durable and at prici
within the roach of all ranging from U
to 75 each Come and look before yc <
buy See our square cut box coats
seventeen assorted styles and beautif
appliquod blazers at 250 3 and 6 each
S F AUERBACH BRO
Nothing bettor S L Pickle Coa pickles
Extensive Improvements
The old building of the GodbePitts Drug
company is undergoing a metamorphosis
The north and west fronts will be torn out
aid replaced with glass and iron and the
entrance will be at the corner similar to
that of the Utah National bank Other im
provements are also to be made which will I
I mark add much to the appearance of the old land
Eggs on the Decline
There is a fearful crash in the egg mar
ket A couple of weeks ago hen fruit was
quoted as scarce at 725 a case now it goes
begging at 375 or a trifle over 10 cents per
dozennot enough as a dealer said to
pay for the wear and tear on the hen
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I The State Street Grade
Th e State street grade bra now reached
the capitol grounds but it will be several
weeks ere it is finished so as to permit of
being used for teams The conduit at the
intersection of State and North Temple is
completed and the old mill which has been
a conspicuous object for yean has been
torn down and carted away Retaining
walls will have to be built on either side of
the street from First North street to First
A Maenlficrat Btolsy
The Salt Lake Power Light and Heat
Ing company will remove from its present
quarters on Commercial street as soon as
the McCornick block is finished to palatial
quarters In that building The new quar
ters will be radiant with electric lights
wires for several hundred of them now
being put in >
The City Bonds
On the llthday of April 150 city bonds of
the denomination of 1000 each will be
sold Bids will be received now and atany
time up to April 1 at noon for the pur
chase of the bonds or any part thereof
Ore and Bullion
McCornick Si Co received yesterday
Hanauer bullion 8400 silver and lead
ores 13850
T R Jones Co received yesterday
53103 Base bullion 2000 lead and silver ores
Sal Lake Clearing House
Yesterdays clearings 321447 same I
day last year 200024 I
AUCTION AUCTION
On Wednesday March 16 1 a m
At No 840 South West Temple street
Elegant parlor set cost 5125 willow and
other rockers fane antique oak bed room
set and white curled hair matress moquet
and brussels carpets find hall tree costing
f3S cook stove wit reservoir square base
burner cost MO extension and othei
table baby crib and buggy toilet sets
Rochester hanging lamps kitchen utensils
etc etc K A ANDREWS
Auctioneers
ON TO CRESCENT CITY
The West Side Rapid Transit
WiH Build There
OREGON SnORT LINE MEETING
ITarysvale Wants the Rio Grande Western
Six New Cars for the Salt Lake City Rail
way Hallway Moves on Second South
That Sale Lake city is attracting not
only the eye of the country but also its
cash is evidenced in the several large in
vestments that heavy capitalists have re
cently made hero the most noted one
being the gas deal consummated by Major
Doxey only a few days ago
Yesterday another important transaction
was concluded which assures the exten
sion of the West Side Rapid Transit com
pany from Garden City its present ter
minus to Crescent Beach a distance from
Salt Lake of seventeen miles
Mr Frank Harris of the firm of Harris
Wilson has been absent in Chicago for
several months working assiduously on the
scheme which is at last coming to fruition
Chicago financiers have taken hold of it
and work on the new road will begin at
once The equipment will be double deck
cars Pullman session patent run by elec
tricity The beach improvements will be i
far superior to any now established on the
shore containing besides the usual facili
ties hot salt baths and other accommoda
tions It is expected to extend the road
from Crescent Beach along the lake to
Saltair one and onehalf miles north
Anybody who knows anything about the
proposed route and about the immense
crowds that Garfield Beach is unable each
summer to accommodate will at once ap
preciate that the now road will ba a paying
investment from the start This the
people of Salt Lake will not negrudge the
company since i is the best advertisement
for the Inflow of outside money
The double deck Pullman car will scat
S people comfortably the entrance being
on the side from which stairs lead up on
either hand Heat and light are furnished
be electricity
Marysvftla and the Rio Grande Western I
The people of Marysvale are working
hard with a view of being connected with
the world by the Rio Grande Western rail
way ere the leaves begin to turn Mass
meetings have been held and committees
appointed to look into the matter of induc
ing the Rio Grande Western to take up its
I march from Salina The people of Marys
vale and the entire country south of that
rich mineral district seem determined that
the road must be extended i liberal offern
have any effect The Savior Valley branch
of the Rio Grande Western is one of the
best paying pieces of railway in the entire
United and its extension to the
rich mineral country in and around Marys
vale will naturally add to the big business
already being done
The Tintlc Loop
Savage has obtained several very excel
J lent negatives of the loop on the Rio
Grande Westerns Tintic branch It is
certainly one of the most picturesque
scenes on which a camera was ever turned
and shows to what extent railway engineer
ing has progressed during the past few
years
Railway Moves
I would appear as though there was a
concentrated move by all the local agents
of eastern lines looking to monopolizing
Second South street In addition to the
various railway offices heretofore on that
street the Chicago Si Northwestern has
opened a neat establishment in the Walker
I Brothers block and today the Missouri
building Pacific will be removed to the OMeara
The Youngest Traffic Freight Agent
C A Pack of the Missouri Pacific who
is the youngest traffic freight agent in the
world arrives in this city on his way homo
from the coast where he has been on busi
ness and pleasure I
a Six More New Cars
I The Salt Lake City Street Railway com
pany has placEd an order for six more cars
and they will be delivered bythe time the
heavy spring and summer traffic com
mences Two of tnom will be double 25
horso power motors and will be used on
a the First South street line during the bath
C ing season and on the heavy grade on Cen
e ter street An order will soon be placed
d for another generator and this will largely
n increase the present power of the plant
Work on the Center street branch will be
commenced in a very short time
Striking a Bargain
Vat you charge for dis child on de
0 train
4 Nothing as hos under five years
But he take oop a seat schoost like I
vasOb well we lose that
Say how mooch you take off my ticket
ef I leave de kid at home1Life
L Conference Hates I
The Union Pacific is already in the field I
with its announcement of conference rates
r which will be effective as far north as
7 Beaver Canon east to Rawlins west to
5 Minindoka and to and from all points in
I Utah Less than single fare for round
trip have been made in some instances
Oregon Short Line i Utah Northern
The annual meeting of tie stockholders
of the Oregon Short Line Utah Northern
railwaj will be held at the office of P L
Williams in the Hooper block tomorrow
l at 10 am The meeting is called for the
1 election of officers and for the tracc > tion
r of such other business as legally
may legaly coso
Is before the meeting A large amount of
50 this stock is held in Salt Lako and there
u is considerable interest manifested as to
in ul what the results of the meeting will be
I Rio Grande Earnings
The Earnings of the Rio Grande railway
estimated for
company tho month of
January were 694500 an increase over
theearnings for the corresponding time of
last year of 42973 and an increase over
the earnings of the corresponding period of i
the year before of 88100 The earnings i
for the fourth week in January were
252500 an increase over the correspond
ing time of last year of 131051 and the
year before of 42554
Personal and General I
M R Moyer the genial agent of the
Hotel Red Book is in the city on his way to
e coast
G H Mt Crosby the general freight agent I
of the Burlington Missouri River route
is at the Knutsford with his wife
E L Lomax general traffic manager of
the Union Pacific is in Salt Lake on one
of his periodical visits to the local office
The total number of locomotives in the
United States is 29928 of which 8334 are
passenger and 16140 freight locomotives
Frank Shelly the popular railroad man
comes back to the Union Pacific coal de
partment today as its general traveling
agent
The Hastings United States surveying
party which has recently been at work in
the vicinity of Boise Idaho has moved to
American Falls
Mr Holmes who succeeds D C Adams
as agent of the Union Pacific coal depart
ment takes charce today Mr Holmes is
not only a wellknown but a most popular
gentleman
The Southern Pacifics now suspension
bridge over the Pecos river is about com
pleted It will be the highest bridge in the
world being 337 feet from the water in the
bottom of the caiion which it spans Two
men have fallen from the bridge during
tho process of its erection and been dashed
to pieces The water under the bridge is
thirty feet deep
MINING MATTERS
There has been quite an excitement over
the discovery ot some very rich gold quartz I
in the low mountains about five miles north
of Marysvale and about two miles east of
the Sevier river Several claims have
been located four on what is known as the
Taylor lode which is a contact between
phorphory and quartz etc The vein is
about twentyfive feet wide with two ore
streaks about ten feet wide each and in the
centre a body of quartzite about five feet
wide Several samples from the vein in
different parts have been assayed with
very satisfactory results the lowest being
27 and the highest H51 and all or a free
milling character hence it is causing a
great deal of excitement among the mining
classes There are many other claims lo
cated in the vicinity on parallel and cross
veins that run high in gold Some of these
claims will be worked as soon as powder
and tools can be got on the ground and tho
tie ore shipped to Salt Lake to be reduced
to gold bullion Advocate
COPPER FROM DIXIE
Ninety thousand pounds of firstclass
copper are now on the way to Salt Lake
from the Dixie mine near St George in
interested which Woolley Lund Judd are heavily
BINGHAM BREVITIES
Mr William Shaughnessy of the Juno
Blossom closed a mining deal of no small
proportions with a Salt Lake party last
week
The Alamo at the junction of Cotton
wood and Carr Fork gulches is said to be
looking well The tunnel on the property
Is now in about 400 feet and is still being
driven ahead and there Is lots of ore is
sight t
The car men who have operated the cars
on the Old Jordan and Galena tramway for
the past two years with credit to them
selves nd company made a strike for
higher wages last Tuesday with Joe
Schelly boss of the tramway leader The
boys asked nothing more than was reason
able and due them f 3 per daYbut instead
of the company acceding to their demands
it gave them their time and employed other
men in their places
Tie amount of ore forwarded from Bing
ham station to local points for the week
ending February 29 1892 was 1256210
pounds This shows tho shipments from
the camp to be increasing as tho roads improve
prove We were unabl to obtain the con
signment of ore to foreign parts Tho
above does not include tie amount for
warded from the Lead Mill station which
also run way into the hundreds of tons
Work is going on rapidly at the Petro J
which now looks better than ever Im
mense bodies of firstclass galena have
been strucK lately and now machinery Is
betng put in From the new discoveries
re ale the Petro is certainly destined to b
ai no distant date one of the leading mines
of the west and this is only an example of
what can be done in this mining district
when capital is invested and prospects
properly worked Bulletin
THE LOGAN MINING COMPANY
The articles of incorporation of the Gen
oral Logan Mining company were fed with
the clerk of tho Third district court yester
day The company is organized to carry
I on a general mining and milling business
and owns the General Logan lode in Tintlo
I j I mining district The capital stock is placed
at 1000000 divided into shares of the de
nomination of 51 each The stock is sub
scribed for as follows
Ifams jVJj Shnrtx
n
Levi Schofield 81250
Samuel Morris uu < JOO6 1
W l Myers 162500
J H Whalon 22000
C i Brown 24000 p
J M Goodwin 3000
J J Gushing 1 QUO
Treasury stock 300COJ
The officers are W D Myers president
Levi Schofieldvicepresident C L Brown
treasurer J J Gushing secretary and
II these gentlemen withL Schofleld J Mor
ris J H Wfialon and J M Goodwin form
I the board of directors

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