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Goes through krsix Hours. 


Twelve Suburban Trains daily between Salt Lake 
City and Mill Creek, Sugar House, and Lincoln 
Park and Grandview additions. 

DEPOT and OFFICES at Corner of Eight! 
South and Main Streets.- 

J. II YOUNG , T. J. MACKINTOSH ] 

Traffic Manager. Gren’l Fr’t & Passenger Agt;. 


Brigham Young University 
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Morrison JerrilUG 


MJMBHM, 


COAL TAR 

AND 

ROOFING PITCH. 


LUMBER, 

LATH, 

SASH & 

DOORS, 

SHINGLES, 

MOULDINGS, 
PLASTER, 
HAIR, 

NAILS 


CEMENT 


AND 

BUILDING PAPER. 


ft li KM5 °f BuildityO material. 

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Large Stock and unusual facil¬ 
ities for Wholesale T^adoOut¬ 
side Quotations kr.d Orders 
promptly attendeckto, and quk>k 
city delivery.^ \ ? v \ > 

See their Stock & get Price before Buying. 

.Morrisoi), Merrill ^ t o., 

241 NORTH. 3rd WEST STREET. 








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<►—=®SALT LAKE CITY 

Manufacturers of 

Boots and $hoBS. 


OVERALLS, JUMPERS, 


OVERSHIRTS, Etc., Etc. 


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[RoiiQtaif^r Braird 

OF OVERALLS 13 PB 


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- A VEST POCKET- 

^BUSINESS DIRECTORY^ 

MEMORANDUM and 

REFERENCE BOOK 

and TOURISTS; GUIDE to 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

Published by J. F. GARRETTY, 

December, 1890. 

DrorNCPC MAY RELY upon the information con¬ 
i'V *“/* ^ tained in this book being as accurate as 

great care can make a work of this character in such a 
rapidly growing place as Salt Lake City, where new 
business houses are constantly starting up and old ones 
changing and removing. THEY MAY DEPEND upon 
the integrity and high character of the business firms 
patronizing the work, the advertisements of none but 
first-class houses being accepted. This statement, un¬ 
necessary for residents, is made for the benefit of 
strangers. . 

nr\l fn DTICC:DS; may REST ASSURED that in 
U U E. ry | succeeding editions every effort 

will be made to improve this work, with the view of 
making it an Indispensable Pocket Companion for 
Every Man in this vicinity. The space devoted to ad¬ 
vertising is Strictly Limited to a small portion of the 
book, while its circulation— £1,000 copies—is Far 
Greater than that of any other medium in this region. 

THE PUBLISHER wishes to acknowl- 
\pp\\ r\©. edge t he many obligations he is under 
to the Business Men represented in this work who have 
so liberally seconded his efforts to put forth a popular 
work of utility, convenience and value; to Mr. H. M. 
Clinton, Manager of the R; L. Polk Directory Co., for 
the generous permission to make use of their valuable 
City Directory; to the many citizens and public officials 
who have assisted him in obtaining the necesssary 
information. 


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tate Bar^of iJtat? 


CAPITAL, 


- $500,000, 


60 MAIN ST., SALT LAKE CITY. 


HEBER J. GRANT, President. 
WM. B. PRESTON, Vice-Prest. 
HEBER M. WELLS, Cashier. 


Transacts a General B inking Business. 

Pays five per cent, on Savings L’eposits. 

Solicits active accounts of firms and individuals. 
Invites Correspondence. 


W. J. TUDDENHAM. GEO. CURLEY. CHAS. J. BRAIN. 

W. J. Tuddenham & Co., 


MWTSE,m)iEmm 9 

Contractors and Brick Manufacturers. 


CEUIEHT, FIRE BRICK, ETC. 

OFFICE AND YARD: 

29 S. WEST TEMPLE STREET. 

Telephone 510 . 
















^Table of Contents.!*- 


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Athletic and Sporting Societies 
Benevolent Societies 
Business Directory 
Calendar - 

Cemeteries - ‘ 

Churches and Church Societies 
City Election Precincts 
City Government - 

City Licenses - 

Colleges, Convents and Schools - 
County Government - 

Depots, Railway, Express and Telegraph Offices 
Digest of Business Law- - - - 43, 

Exchanges ------ 

Federal Institutions - - - - 

Federal Officials - 

Fire Alarm Signals and Fire Limits - 

Fort Douglas ------ 

Hack Ordinance - - - 

Hints to Travellers - 

Hospitals and Asylums- - - - 

How Houses are Numbered- - - - 

How Streets are Named - 
Interest Table - - - - - 

Judiciary ------ 

Labor Organizations- - - - - 

Libraries and Reading Rooms 
Mineral Product West of Missouri River- 
Mineral Product of Utah 

Miscellaneous Utah Information - - - 

Musical Associations - - - - 

Mormon Church—Priesthood and Organization - 
Newspapers and Periodicals - - - 

Paying Mines of Utah - 
Places of Interest, Amusement and Resort - 
Points of Law on Common Subjects - - 

Population and Valuation of Utah Cities - 

Population and Valuation of Utah Counties - 
Population of Principal Cities of U. S. 

Population of Principal Foreign Cities - 

Population of States and Territories- 

Postal Rules and Regulations - 

Prominent Blocks and Buildings 

Public School System - 

Railway Time Tables - 

Religious Associations - 

Salt Lake City Ecclesiastical Wards- 

Scientific and Historical Societies 

Secret Societies- - 

Social and Literary Societies - ■ 

Street Railway Routes- - 

Table of Distances from Salt Lake City - 

Territorial Assembly - - - - 14, 

Territorial Elections—Times 14; Table - 

Territorial Government 

Territorial Institutions - - . - 

Utah Commission - - - 

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WASATCH 



— - WHOLESALE- 


PRODDCE AND FRUIT DEALERS 


FINE JERSEY BUTTER A SPECIALTY. 

Telephone 505. 15-17-19 Broadway. 


GILLESPIE 

THE TICKET BROKER, 

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240 SOUTH MAIN ST. 

MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN TICKET 
BROKERS ASSOCIATION. 

RAILROAD TICKETS BOUGHT, SOLD OR 
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SADDLE HORSES, 0 ift B 

How tr^ets or** Naiiu*d 

The system of street nomenclature used in this city 
usually so perplexing to strangers, is in reality a ver' 
simple one. Taking the Temple Block as a base, th< 
streets are numbered according to the distance in block 
from the base. The streets running along the fom 
sides of the block are North Temple, East Temple 
(popularly called Main), South Temple and West Tern 
pie, respectively. The next streets north, east, south 
and west, parallel with the above named streets, are 1 j 
First North, First East, First South and First West. » 
respectively. The next parallel streets are Second 1 
North, Second East, Second South and Second West, 
and so on in regular order of number to the limits of 
the city, for all the 8-rod streets. The narrower system 
of streets in the northeast quarter of the city are; 
named as follows: Commencing on the north side of 
South Temple, the first street running north, east of 
First East street,- is A street; the next street east of, and 
parallel thereto, is B street; the next is C street and so 
on to the eastern limits of the city. Those streets cross-? 
ing the lettered streets at right angles are numbered. 
The first street north of and parallel to South Temple’ 
is First street, the next Second, and so on to the 
northern limits of the city. Besides the above regular 
systems of streets, there are others running irregularly 
or short ones sandwiched between the regular streets. 

Prominent Blocks and Buildings. 

Burlington Block— s e cor Main and 3d S. Cen¬ 
tral Block— 46-48 W 2dS. Chamber of Commerce; 

Building— 150 W 2d S. Culmer Block— 26-32 E 1st 
S. Daft Bldg— 126 Main. Deseret Bank Bldg 
— n e cor Main and 1st S. Denhalter Bldg— 20 W : 
3d S. Dyer Bldg— 12-14 Commercial. Enterprise ' 

Bldg— 13-21 Commercial. Emporium Bldg— s w cor ; 

Main and 1st S. Germania Hall— 146 S 1st E. Gi¬ 
rard Blk— 26 W 2d S. Hardware Blk—33 E 1st S. j 

Herald Bldg— s w cor W T Temple and 1st S. Hooper- 
Eldredge Blk— 49 Main. Independence Hall— 45 
W 3d S. Kimball Blk— s e cor W Temple and 1st S. 
Lawrence ( Joab) Bldg— 11 E 1st S. Lyon Blk— 56 | 
W 2d S. Masonic Hall— 162Main. OddFellows’ \ 

Hall— 261 Main. Progress Bldg— 147-149 Main. 
Raybold Blk— 258-260 Main. Roberts & Ellerbeck 

Blk— 45-49 E 1st S. Scott-Auerbach Bldg— 162 ; 
Main. Snow’s Union Blk— 65-73 E 2d £. Social 
Hall— 41 S 1st E. Tribune Bldg— n e cor 2d S and 

W Temple. Wasatch Bldg— s e cor Main and 2d S. 

Union Blk— 261 Main. Utah Commercial & Sav 
Bank Blk— 22-24 E 1st S. A O U W Hall- -33( 2 S W 

Temple. Elks Club Bldg- -43 E 2d S. Pythian 
Hall- -46 E 2d S. GAR Hall- -23 W 2d S. Tem- 

ple of Honor Hall n e cor Main and 1st S. Tay- 

lqr’s Hall--155 W S T emple. _ 

SJifiARTnFJn7r~.Ts.za? 










i&S&g GRANT 


BROS. CO. 


40-42-44 S. 

W . T< mple St. 


Depots, Kailway, Express, Telegraph, 

Telephone, Oas A t Electric (jigiit offices. 

American District Telegraph Co—Culmer Blk. 

] Western Union Telegraph Co —157 Main. 

Rocky Mount Bell Telephone Co—over Cpm Nat Bank. 
| Salt Lake City Gas Co—Salt Lake Power, Light and 
Heating Co—22 Commercial. 

| Adams Exp Co—American Exp Co—Denver & Rio 
| Grande Exp Co—Wells, Fargo & Co—58 W 2d S. 

Pacific Exp Co—18 S 1st S and U P Pass Depot. 

I A T & S F Ry—J D Kenworthy agt, 250 Progress Bldg. 

B & M R Ry—G W Yallery agt, 30W 3d S. 

| C M & St P Ry—Alex Mitchell agt, 161 Main, 
i C R I & P Ry—G E Oglesby agt, Emporium Blk. 

C & N W Ry—H E Evans agt, 304 Progress bldg, 
j Mo P Ry—S Y Derrah agt, 161 Main, 
j Red Line Transit Co—Y M C Silva agt, 55 Scott-Auer- 
< bach bldg. 

Rio Grande Western Ry—Passenger and Freight 
i depots, 2nd and 3rd S and 5th and 6 th W. Gen Pass 
: and Frt Agt—J H Bennett; Wm Brown asst gen frt agt; 

L J Kyes chf elk pass dept; offices Progress bldg. 

, Auditor—Theron Geddes ; superintendent A E Welby; 
! master mechanic S C Smith; resident engineer E J 
I Yard; train master and supt teleg S O Sanders; claim 
agt G J Marsh; road master T Lee; offices at depot. 

Southern Pacific Ry—W E Halm agt, 9 W 2d S. 

Union Pacific Ry—Mountain Div—Passenger and 
Freight depots, S Temple and 3d W. Resident Director 
John Sharp; Gen Mangr, C F Resseguie; resident 
engineer H M McCartney; offices Deseret Bank bldg. 
Gen frt and pass agt S W Eccles ; asst gen frt and pass 
agt H W Adams; chf elk pass dept D S Spencer; chf elk 
frt dept, H O Wilson; offices 201 Main. Supt Utah div 
F L Corwin; div engineer and roadmaster H M Nicker¬ 
son; master mechanic G G By water; trainmaster P I 
Welles; offices 69 N 3d W. 

Utah Central Ry—Offices, Passenger and Freight 
Depots Main and 8 th S. First Yice-President John W 
Young; 2d vice-president Le Grand Young; traffic mgr 
Jos. H. Young; secty J F Wells; genl frt and pass agt, 
T J McIntosh; master mechanic Alma West. 

Utah & Nevada Ry—Passenger and Freight depot 1st 
S and 4th W. Train master and agt, G. W. Craig; 
office at depot. Road owned and operated by U P Ry. 


Hack Ordinance. 


Maximum price to be asked by driver of any vehicle for 
carriage of passengers: One depot to another, each 
passenger, 50c; each passenger 1 mile, 50c; each addi¬ 
tional mile or part of a mile, 25c; children bet 5 and 14 
years half price; under 5 years free; two-horse vehicle 
by the day, one or more passengers, $8; by the hour, $2 
for the first hour and $1 for each a dditional hour or part 


IV FW STORE 


Formerly occupied by 
Clark, Eldredgc <fe €o 





JLivery «fc 
Transfer, 


GRANT BROS. CO. 


40-42 44 S. 

W. Temple St. 


of hour; one-horse vehicle by the hour, $1 for first hour 
and 75c for each additional hour or part of hour; by the 
day, $5. If not specifically hired by the hour, shall be 
deemed by the mile and for detention exceeding 15 
minutes, driver may charge $1 per hour. Every passen¬ 
ger allowed to have baggage conveyed on vehicle, in¬ 
cluding trunk not over 150lbs. Driver may charge 25c 
for each extra 50 lbs. 


Postal Rules and Regulations. 


POSTOFFICE—217 Main; general delivery hours 8 am. 
to 6 pm, Sunday 11 am to 1 pm; money orders and j 
registry dept 9 am to 6 pm. Mails close at postoffice I 1 
about an hour before departure from depot. , 


DOMESTIC POSTAGE— First Class —Letters to any . 
part in U S or Canada, or city drop letters, 2c each oz; 
registered letters 10 c extra; special delivery 10 c extra; 
forwarded to another postoffice without charge. Second 
Class —Periodicals mailed by publishers to subscribers > 
lc per lb prepaid; when mailed by others than pub- 
lishers lc each 4 oz. Third-Class —Books, pamphlets, : 
printed matter, unsealed circulars, etc, lc each 2 oz not 
to exceed 4 lbs. Fourth class —Merchandise, samples, 
etc, excluding liquids, greasy, inflammable or explosive 
articles, 2c per oz, not to exceed 4 lbs. 

FOREIGN POSTAGE—Rates to all countries in Postal 
Union: Letters 5c each V 2 oz; postal cards 2c; news- |j 
papers etc lc each 2 oz. 

MONEY ORDERS—U S—Not exceeding $5, 5c; $10, 8 c; J 
$15, 10c; $30, 15c; $40, 20c; $50, 25c; $60, 30c; $70, 35c; 1 
$80, 40c; $100, 45c. Foreign— Under $10, 10c; $20, j 
20c; $30, 30c; $40, 40c; $50, 50c. Postal notes in US 1 
under $5, 3c, good for 3 mos from last day of month j 
of issue. - ; 

Hospitals and Asylums. 

County Hospital —State road, 1 mile south of city; \ j 
Jos Richards, physician. Deseret Hospital —206 N 
2d W; Mrs R B Pratt, physician. Hospital of the < I 
Holy Cross — 1st S bet 10th & 11th E; under manage¬ 
ment of Sisters of the Holy Cross; A G Fowler and S H , 
Pinkerton, visiting physicians. Industrial Home-- . 
5th E bet 1st & 2d S; for dependent women who renounce l 
polygamy, and their young children; Mrs A L Ryors, , 
matron. Orphans’ Home and Day School - -l 1 ^ miles S 
of city; Mrs F Deckert, prest. St Mark’s Hospital- - 
5th E & 3d S; J F Hamilton and Lorin Hall, physicians. ( i 


How Houses are Numbered. 

Blocks of 660 feet have 50 numbers on each side of 
street, 330-foot blocks 25 numbers. Numbering east¬ 
ward and westward begins at Main, northward and 
southward at S Temple St, even numbers on right hand 
side and odd numbers on left looking from the initial 
points. 

Stoves, Ranges, 










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Barra tt Bro5-, 



FUMITME 



166 Main Street 

We have a Complete Stock and re¬ 
spectfully request that you 
EXAMINE OUR PRICES. 


Onion leoorating Company. 


F.P Keate, J H.Brown, G.T.Maack. 



IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 

SIGNS, FRESCOING, WALL PAPER. 


ittold Medal and First Fri&e aivarded 
for Sign Fainting , 1890. 

267 Main Street, 

- -Salt Lake City.- - 










P LEA S URE and COM LOR F 

Uijth PonimiMsion. 

Office 137 S W Temple St. This body is appointed J 
by the President,without term,for the purpose of super- '1 
vising all elections in the Territory of Utah. They ap-1 
point all Registrars, Judges and Clerks of election and-4 
Canvassing Boards. They each receive a salary of f 
$5,000 per annum. Chairman— G-. L. Godfrey, Republi- ;1 
can, appointed 1882, from Des Moines, Iowa; J. A. Me- 4 
'Clernand, Democrat, 1887, Springfield, Ill; A. B. Wil-I 
liams, D, 1887, Washington, Ark; Alvin Saunders, R, 1 
1889, Omaha, Neb; R. S. Robertson, R, 1889, Fort Wayne, 1 

Indiana. - | 

Fort E)oii^las. 

Department of the Platte, U S A—Headquar-' 
ters 16th infantry, Col M M Blunt, commanding regi- i; 
ment and post; 1st Lieut S W Dunning, reg’l adjt; 1st $ 
Lieut T C Woodbury, RQM and A A Q M; Lieut Col W , 
H Penrose, Range O; Maj J B Parke. Light Battery E, 
1st artillery, Capt Allyn. Capron; Co B, 16th inf, Capt G j 
H Palmer; Co D, 16th inf, Capt T W Morrison; CoE, 16th | ; 
inf, Capt H C Ward; Co G, 16th inf, Capt W Y Richards; i 
Co H, 16th inf, 2d Lieut, Maury Nichols; Co I, 16th inf, ] 
1st Lieut, Wm Lassiter; Co B, 21st inf, Capt S P Jocelyn; 
Surgeon, W D Wolverton; Paymaster, Maj W E Creary, ; 

office 50 W 5th S. - 

FeileraJ Officials. 

The following officials are appointed by the President 1 
for 4 years: U. S. Marshal— E. H. Parsons, Republi- 1 
•can; appointed, Aug 1889 from Utah; salary $200 and 
fees; office 16-21 Wasatch*bldg. U. S. Attorney —C. i 
S. Yarian, R; Jan 1890; Utah; $250 and fees; office 22 ; 
Wasatch bldg. Asst Dist Att’ys —David Evans, R; 
Sept 1889; Utah; $1,500; office at Ogden; E. B. Critchlow, 
R; April 1890; Utah; $2,500; office 126 S Main; J B 
^Iane,R; Julyl890Utah; $1,500; office 7 Wasatch bldg. Post¬ 
master— I. A. Benton, R; July 1890; Utah; about $4,000. 
Surveyor-Gen —Ellsworth Daggett, R; June 1889; Utah; 
$2,500 and fees; office Hooper-Eldredge blk. Regis- j 
ter U S Land Office —F D Hobbs, R; June 1889; New 
Hampshire; $500 and fees; office 74 E IstS. Receiver 
U S Land Office —Hoyt Sherman Jr, R; June 1889; 
Utah; $500 and fees; office 74 E 1st S. Police Dep 
Coll Int Rev 10th Div Dist of Montana (appointed by ; 
Collector at Helena Mont)—W R Bartlett R; July 1890: 
Utah; $1,200; office over McCornick’s bank. Stamp 
Dep Coll Int Rev, 10th Div Dist of Montana (appointed 
by Collector at Helena, Mont)—O J Hollister,R; first ap¬ 
pointed, June 1869; Utah; $600; office 44 W 2d S. US Sig- 
nalService, Observer in charge( appointed byChief Sig¬ 
nal Officer at Washington)—P. H Fitzmaurice, D; Aug 
1888; Minn; $1,200; office 114 Wasatch bldg. 

Federal InNtitutioai. 

UTAH PENITENTIARY—Located 4 miles southeast of 
city; U S Marshal E H Parsons, ex-officio , Warden; 

E. C. COFFIN HARDWARE CO., M jf n 7 st . 







Transfer, GRANT BROS. CO W. Temple St. 


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Oscar Vandercook deputy warden; Mrs Yandercook 
matron. Located on U S Reservation, 160 acres. 

INDUSTRIAL HOME—145 S 5th E. Established by 
act of Congress 1886: “To provide employment and 
means of self-support for the dependent women who 
' renounce polygamy,and the children of such Women of 
tender age in said Territory, with a view to aid in the sup¬ 
pression of polygamy therein.” The Home is under the 
f! control of the Utah Commission, but is managed by a 
Local Board of whom H W Lawrence is chairman. Mrs 
<A L Ryors matron in charge. 


Judicial. 

i SUPREME COURT—This body is composed of the 
‘i chief justice and the three district judges as associate 
'- justices sitting in bank. They are appointed by the 
f President for four years and receive an annual salary 
| of $4000. The clerks of court are appointed by the 
^judges of the courts they serve and are compensated 
iby fees. The two terms begin on the 2d Monday in 

ii January and 1st Monday in June. Court room in 
?; Wasatch bldg. Chief Justice Chas S Zane, R; appointed 

June 1889 Horn Utah. Clerk—Jos P Bache, D; July 
1 1889; Utah; office 31 Wasatch bldg. 

DISTRICT COURTS— First District (embracing 
, Box Elder, Cache, Emery, Juab, Millard, Morgan, Rich, 
f Sanpete, Sevier, Uintah, Utah, Wasatch, Weber Cos.)— 
1 Judges—J W Blackburn, R; Oct 1889; Utah; J A 
Miner; R; July 1890; Michigan. Clerk—C H McClure, 
R, Aug 1890, Utah; office at Ogden. Northern division 
j terms begin 1st Monday in May, 3d Monday in Nov at 
i Ogden. Southern Division terms begin 3d Monday in 
& Feb and Sept at Provo. Second District— (em¬ 
bracing Beaver, Garfield, Iron Kane, Piute, San Juan, 
^Washington Cos)—Judge—T J Anderson, D; Feby 1889; 
jlowa. Clerk—C E Morris, D; Aug 1889; Michigan; 

J office Beaver City. Terms begin 1st Monday in Mch, 
j;May, Sept and Dec at Beaver City. Third District 
; —(embracing Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele Cos)— 
E Judge—C S Zane, chief justice. Clerk—H G- McMillan, 
R; June 1889; Utah; office 11 Wasatch bldg. Terms 
begin 1st Monday in Feby, 2nd Monday in April and 
t Sept, 3d Monday in Dec at Salt Lake City. 

1 U S COMMISSIONERS are appointed by the Su¬ 
preme Court without term and receive compensation in 
fees. Those in Salt Lake Co are: A GNorrell, D; June 
1887; office 3 Wasatch bldg; J H Wolcott, D; Nov 1888; 
office 234 Main; J W Greenman, R; July 1889; office 28 
Wasatch bldg; Harmel Pratt, R; Aug 1889; office 21 

i Wasatch bldg. - 

Territorial Government. 

The following officers are appointed by the President 
for four years: Governor —Arthur L. Thomas, R, ap¬ 
pointed May, 1889, from Utah; salary $2,600; office 137 S W 
i i Temple. Secretary— Elijah Sells, R; May, 1889; Utah; 

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$1,800 and fees. The following officers are appointed 
by the Governor for 2 years and approved by the Coun- I 
cil of the Territory Assembly: Auditor —Arthur 

Pratt, Salt Lake Co, appointed Jan, 1890; salary $2,400; ( 
office 22 Commercial. Treasurer— Bolivar Roberts, 

Salt Lake Co; Jan, 1890; $1,250; office 236 Main. Li¬ 
brarian and ex-officio Statistician— Joseph Lippman, ii 
Salt Lake Co; Jan, 1890. $850; office Wasatch bldg. 
Reo of Marks and Brands— Arthur Pratt, Salt Lake ( 
Co; Jan, 1890; fees; office 22 Commercial. Sealer of I 
Weights and Meas— S H Conely, Salt Lake Co; Jan, 
1890; fees; office 430 S 3d E. Comr of Schools —(ap- // 
pointed by Supreme Court)—J S Boreman, Weber Co; 
April, 1889; $1,500; office Ogden. \ 

Territorial Elections. 

On the 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November ! 
in even years, the people elect a Territorial Delegate to 
Congress, whose term of office is for two years, begin- 1 
ning March 4th next after the election; salary, $5,000 per I 
annum and mileage. The present Delegate is John T. j 
Caine, of Salt Lake City, elected in 1888, and belonging 
to the People’s party. 

At the Aug election for county officers in odd years, I 
the people in the respective assembly districts, elect ! 
Members of the Territorial Assembly. 

At the Aug election for county officers in even years, 
the people elect a Board of Commissioners to Locate 
University Lands, whose term of office is for two years 
and who receive as compensation, $200 each per annum. 
The present Board, elected in 1890, are as follows: I M 
Waddell, R A Ballantyne, Fred A Mitchell, all of Salt 
Lake Co and belonging to the People’s party. 

Legislative Assembly. 

The Legislative Assembly of Utah consists of the 
Council composed of 12 members and the House com¬ 
posed of 24 members. The members of both houses 
are elected by the people of their respective districts at 
the county elections held in Aug in odd years. Their 
term of office is for two years and they receive $4 per 
diem and mileage. The Assembly meets biennially in 
J an of even years in Salt Lake City, the sessions being j 
held in the City Hall bldg, pending the erection of a 
Capitol bldg. 

MEMBERS AND PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL. 

President —F S Richards, salary $6 per diem. 
Chief Clerk — F J Cannon, Ogden, $6. First Dis¬ 
trict —1st and 6th Representative Districts, Joseph Bar¬ 
ton, Peoples; Kaysville. 2d Dist—2d & 3d Rep Dists, C I 
F Olsen, P; Hyrum. 3d Dist—4th & 5th Rep Dists, C.C 

Richards, P; Ogden. 4th Dist—7th & 9th Rep Dists, E 

Benner, Liberal; Salt Lake. 5th Dist—10th & 12th 
Rep Dists, W C Hall, L; Salt Lake. 6th Dist—11th & ! 

14th Rep Dists, F S Richards, P; Salt Lake. 7th Dist— 

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' 8th & 13th Rep Dists, W G Collett, P; Grantsville. 8th 
Dist—15th & 16th Rep Dists, J E Booth, P; Provo. 9th 
Dist—17th & 18th Rep Dists, Abram Hatch, P; Heber 
City. 10th Dist—19th & 20th Rep Dists, W A C Bryan, 
P; Nephi. 11th Dist—21st &.22d Rep Dists, W A Seeg- 

miller, P; Richfield. 12th Dist—23d & 24th Rep Dists, 

R C Lund, P; St George. 


MEMBERS AND PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. 

Speaker —Jas Sharp, salary $6 per diem. Chief 
Clerk— R S Campbell, Salt Lake, $ 6 . First Dis- 
I trict —Rich Co; Logan, Hyde Park, Smithfieldprecincts 
| of Cache Co, J T Hammond, Peoples; Logan. 2d 
* Dist—Balance of Cache Co, J Howell, P; Wellsville. 
3d Dist—Box Elder Co, Wm Lowe, P; Willard. 4th 
Dist—Ogden City, Weber CO, J N Kimball, Liberal. 
5th Dist—Balance Weber Co, J M Ferrin, P; Eden. 
6 th Dist—Morgan Co; Davis Co; Pleasant Green, Hun¬ 
ter, North Point precs of Salt Lake Co; Hennefer prec 
of Summit Co, J R Porter, P; Porterville. 7th Dist— 
Balance of Summit Co (except Kamas, Woodland and 
Peoa precs); Mountain Dell, Sugar House precs, Salt 
Lake Co, E P Ferry, L; Park City. 8 th Dist—Tooele 
Co; Bingham prec, Salt Lake Co; Tintic prec, Juab 
Co, W H Smith, L; Eureka. 9th Dist—1st prec, Salt 

Lake City, Frank Pierce, L. 10th Dist—2d Prec, Salt 
Lake City, A L Williams, L. 11th Dist—3d, 4th precs, 
Salt Lake City; Brighton, Granger prec, Salt Lake Co, 
Jas Sharp, P; Salt Lake City. 12th Dist—5th prec, 
Salt Lake City, C E Allen, L. 13th Dist—North Jor¬ 
dan, West Jordan, Ft Herriman, South Jordan; River¬ 
ton, Bluff dale, South Cottonwood, Sandy prec, Salt Lake 
Co, Heber Bennion, P; Taylorsville. 14th Dist— 
Farmers 1 , E Mill Creek, Mill Creek, Big Cottonwood, 
Little Cottonwood, Butler, Granite, Union, Draper, Sil¬ 
ver prec, Salt Lake Co, T W Russell, P; Mill Creek. 
15th Dist—Lehi, Fairfield, Cedar Fort, Goshen, Santa- 
quin, Spring Lake, Payson, Spanish Fork prec, Utah Co, 
Wm Creer, P; Spanish Fork. 16th Dist—Provo, Provo 

Bench, American Fork, Pleasant Grove, Lakeview prec, 
Utah Co, S R Thurman, P; Provo. 17th Dist—Winter 
Quarters prec, San Pete Co; Springville, Thistle, Pleas¬ 
ant Valley Junction, Benjamin, Salem prec, Utah Co; 
Buena prec, San Juan Co; Emery Co, L S Wood, P; 
Springville. 18th Dist—Kamas, Woodland, Peoa prec, 

Summit Co; Wasatch Co; Uintah Co, Lycurgus Johnson, 

P; Ashley. 19th Dist—Nephi, Mona, Levan, Juab 
prec, Juab Co; Millard Co, J A Melville, P; Fillmore. 
20th Dist—Thistle, Fairview, Mt Pleasant, Spring City, 
Moroni, Fountain Green, Freedom, Ephraim prec, San¬ 
pete Co, C N Lund, P; Mt Pleasant. 21st Dist—Manti, 

Petty, Mayfield, Gunnison, Fayette prec, Sanpete Co; 
Sevier Co, W K Reid, P; Manti. 22dDist—Beaver,Co; , 

Piute Co, W E Robison, P; Beaver. 23d Dist—Iron Co; 
Garfield Co; Bluff City, McElm o prec, San Juan Co; 

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cept New Harmony prec.), W T Stewart, P; Kanab. 

Territorial Institutions. 

The following Boards of Control of Territorial Insti¬ 
tutions are appointed by the Governor for two years and 
confirmed by the Council of the Territorial Assembly. 
The members receive $4 per diem and traveling ex¬ 
penses. The present members, appointed Jan 1890, are 
as follows: Directors of Insane Asylum, located at 
Provo--Geo Sutherland, Liberal; W N Dussenberry, 
Peoples; H M Dougall, L, of Utah Co; P T Farnsworth, 

P, of Beaver Co; L W Shurtliff, P; J D Carnahan, L, of 
Weber Co; C E Allen, L, of Salt Lake Co; appropria¬ 
tion, $163,000. Trustees Reform School, located at 
Ogden--W C Hall, L; E G Woolley, P ; Edw Benner, L, 
of Salt Lake Co; R H Jones, P, of Box Elder Co; C C 
Richards, P ; L B Adams, L; J N Kimball, L, of Weber 
Co; appropriation, $35,000. Trustees Agricultural 
College, located at Logan— W S McCornick, L; M B 
Sowles, L, of Salt Lake Co; C F Olsen, P; J T Ham¬ 
mond, P, of Cache Co; WH Brown, P; J E Hills, L, of 
Utah Co; R W Cross, L, of Weber Co; appropriation, 
$48,000. Regents University of Deseret, located 
bet 1st & 2d N and 2d & 3d W, Salt Lake City—Robt 
Harkness, L, chancellor; J E Dooley, L; J R Walker, L; 

F H Auerbach, L; J W Donnellan, L; J A Marshall, L; 
Jas Sharp, P ; L S Hills, P; WM Stewart, P, of Salt Lake 
Co; E P Ferry, L, of Summit Co; Abram Hatch, P, of 
Wasatch Co; R C Lund, P, of Washington Co; W N 
Shilling, L, of Weber Co; R C Chambers, L, of Salt 
Lake Co, treasurer; appropriation, $75,000. Direc¬ 
tors Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing So¬ 
ciety, Fair held annually about Oct 6, at Exposition 
square, Salt Lake--H W Lawrence, L, pres; H M Wells, 

P, secty; C P Mason, L; Chas Reed, L; N Empey, P; W 
H Rowe, P; Fred Simon, L, of Salt Lake Co; J D Peters, 

P, of Box Elder Co; H W Haight, L, of Davis Co ; Smith 
Parker, L, of Piute Co; A D Holdaway, L, of Utah Co; ; 
E A McDaniel, of Weber Co; appropriation, $34,217. 
Loan Commissioners—G eo A Lowe, L; Geo M Scott, L; 

J J Daly, L; Thos G Webber, P; N W Clayton, P, of 
Salt Lake Co. Board of Equalization—J E Dooley, 

L, of Salt Lake Co; A B Richardson, L, of Summit Co; 

R S Lund, P, of Washington Co; F J Cannon, P; C R 
Hank, L, of Weber Co. 

fcalt lake ( it.v Election Precincts. 

The wards mentioned below are the Ecclesiastical 
wards described on Page 27. First Precinct—1st, 2di 
3d, 8th, 9th, 10th wards. Second Precinct—4th, 5th, 
6 th, 7th, 14th, 15th wards. Third Precinct—19th, 22d, 
16th, 17th wards. Fourth Precinct—18th, 20th, 21st 
wards. Fifth Pr ecinct—11th, 12th, 13th wards. 

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County Government. 

COURTHOUSE and county jail 2d S and 2d W. With 
the exception of Probate Judge, who is appointed by 
the President for four years, county officers are elected 
biennially on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
August, although some officers are elected in the odd 
years and some in the even years, an election being 
held every year. Those now holding office are: County 
Judge—Geo W Bartch, Liberal, appointed Oct 1889; 
compensation fees. 

ELECTIVE OFFICERS— County Clerk and ex- 
officio Clerk of Probate Court —C E Allen, L; 
elected 1890; salary $3,500 and Probate fees. Re¬ 
corder— J H Rumel jr, Peoples; 1890; fees. Sheriff— 
Andrew Burt, P; 1890; $1800 and fees. Assessor —J 
W Lynch, L; 1890; $6,500 for all expenses. Col¬ 
lector —L G Hardy, P; 1889; $6,500 for all expenses. 
Treasurer —J B Toronto, P; 1890; $2,500; office in 
Utah Com & Sav Bank. Attorney —Walter Murphy, 
L; 1890; $2,500; office 218 S Main. Surveyor —C P 
Brooks, L, 1890; $2,500, office 49 S Main. Coroner— 
T E Harris, L; 1890; fees; office 33 S W Temple. 
Supt Dist Schools— W M Stewart, P; 1889; $4 per diem 
and mileage; office 38 S 4th E. Selectmen —Richard 
Howe, P; 1889; O P Miller, P; 1889; J P Cahoon, L; 
1890; $4 per diem and mileage. There were also 
elected in 1890 a Justice of the Peace and Constable for 
each of the five city and twenty-four country precincts. 
In 1889 were elected three members of the Council and 
six members of the Lower House of the Territorial 
Assembly. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES—The County Court consists of 
the Probate Judge and Selectmen, who appoint the fol¬ 
lowing officials. Physician —Jos Richards, P; 1889; 
fees; office Hooper Eldredge blk. Supt Co Hospital 
—Jas McGhie, jr, P; 1889; $600 and board. Matron 
Co Hospital —Mrs Isabella Cumming, P; 1889; $600 and 
board. They also appoint a road supervisor for each of 
the 43 country school districts, who receive $3 per diem 
compensation. The sheriff appoints a warden and 
jailer who receive $100 per month each. 

4 ity Government. 

CITY HALL—120-122-124 E 1st S St. The election of a 
city government occurs biennially on the first Monday 
in February of even years. At the last election the fol¬ 
lowing officers and councilmen were chosen: 

ELECTIVE OFFICERS: Mayor— Geo M Scott, Lib¬ 
eral; salary $2,500 per annum. Recorder —Louis 
Hyams, L; $2,400. Assessor and Collector —E R 
Clute, L; 2^4 per cent on all taxes collected. Mar¬ 
shal— John M Young, L; $2,400. Councilmen— $250 
and $5 for each special meeting—1st precinct, M K Par¬ 
sons, A J Pendleton, W H H Spafford; 2d Prec, Jas 
Anderson, W L Pickard, Fred Heath; 3d Prec, H Pern- 

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broke, Daniel Wolstenholme, T W Armstrong; 4th Prec, 
W P Noble, Louis Cohn, L E Hall; 5thPrec, L C Karrick, 
W P Lynn, W F James; all Liberal. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICERS: The following officers 
were appointed by the City Council to serve two years: 
Attorney —Sami Merritt; $3,000; office 510 Progress bldg. 
Auditor —R E Hoag; $1,800. Engineer —A F Dore- 

mus; $3,000. Supervisor of Streets —Sami Paul; 
$2,400. Water Master—J M Harvey; $2,400. Po¬ 
lice Judge —H S Laney; $2,000. Supt Water Works 
W H Ryan; $1,800. Ass and Coll of Water Rates— 
Christ. Diehl; $1,500. Physician —Lorin Hall; $900; 
office 17 E 1st S. Inspector of Bldgs —A M Grant; 
fees; office 424 W 1st S. Chief of Fire Dept —W A 
Stanton; $1,800. Sexton —Daniel Dunne; fees;.res 
427 W 2d N. Supt of Sewers —P Van Houten; $200 
per mo. Eng of Sewer Construction —C P Brooks; 
$200 per mo. Sealer of Weights and Meas —S H 
Conely; fees; res 430 S 3d E. Weigh-Master and 
Poundkeeper —John Griffin; $500 and fees;res 176 W 5th 
S. Scavenger —Wm Showell; $1,200. Dog Tax Col¬ 
lector —Jos Silver; half of collections. Board of 
Pub Works —$250 each—C L Haines, Geo A Lowe, J C 
Conklin, M B Sowles, H M Wells; office 161 Main. 

DEPUTIES and assistants to the above mentioned 
officers, by whom they are appointed, draw salaries as 
follows: Assessor and Collector’s Chief Clerk—A T 
Pearson; $1,800; assistant clerk, $100 per mo. Deputy 
Recorder—T B Shannon, $1,200; clerk, $1,000; type¬ 
writer, $600. Deputy Treasurer—G N Bowen, $1,200. 

Asst Attorney—D C Eichnor, $900. Watermaster ass’ts, 
$900; clerk police court, $900 per annum; jailer, $900. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT—Central station in rear of 
City Hall. Chief of Police — Marshal J M Young ex-officio. 
Captain—C E Lange. The force, appointed by the 
Mayor and confirmed by the Council, consists of 3 
patrol sergeants, 2 desk sergeants, bailiff, 3 mounted 
and 26 foot patrolmen, 2 patrol wagon drivers; salaries 
$1,080 first year, $1,200 second year. The force serve in 
3 shifts of 8 hours each, although frequently detailed 
for special duty in addition. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT—Headquarters 130 E 1st S. 
Chief—W A Stanton. Asst Chief—Abe Levy, 37 N 2d 
W. The force consists of 25 men constantly on duty, 
20 call men and 15 volunteers, all of whom are ap¬ 
pointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council. 
They receive salaries as follows; steamer engineers 
$1080; regular fireman $900; call men $50. The engine 
and hose houses and apparatus are located as follows: 
No 1—132-134 E 1st S,engine and hose wagon. No 2—37-39 
N 2d W, engine, hose reel, hook and ladder truck. No 
3—126-128 E 1st S, chemical engine, hook and ladder 
truck. No 4—124 E 1st S, hose cart, chief’s buggy. No 
5—422 W 1st S, hose cart. No 6—328M* Main, hose cart. 

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12— Main & So Temple “ 

13— Main & 1st S 

14— Main & 2d S 

15— Main & 3d S 

16— Main & 6th S 

17— 2d N & Center 
21—1st E & 2d S 

23— 1st E & 3d S 

24— 4th E & 1st S 

25— 4th E & 3d S 

26— 4th E & 5th S 1 

31— W Temple & 1st S 

32— W Temple & 2d S 
34—W Temple & 3d S 


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-S Temple & C 
-S Temple & J 
E' 51—2d & A 
52—3d & F 
61—1st N & 2d W 
123—Z C M I 
132—Dinwoodey’s 1st S 

213— 7th E & 1st S 

214— 7th E & 3rd S 

312—3d W & 1st S | 

1321—3d W & 3d S 
421—Tan’ry 4th N bt 2 & 3 W ] 
SIGNALS—First, general alarm for call men will be 
rung on City Hall bell for all fires in business portion 
of city. This takes in boxes 12, 13, 14, 15, 21, 23, 31, 32, 
34, 35, 41, 123, 132. Second alarm will be distinguished 
from first by slow taps of bell giving number of nearest 
box to fire, being repeated 4 times. A short interval 
between taps separates figures of any number. Thus 
111-11-1=321. No general alarm will be rung outside 
of present fire limits. All policeman, night watchmen 
and residents at four corners nearest boxes have keys. 
Simply turning key in box rings alarm and holds key 
until released by chief’s key. 

FIRE LIMITS—The area within which frame buildings 
cannot be erected is bounded on east by 3d E, on west 
by 1st W, on north by N Temple, on south by 4th S. 


Musical %ssoeiaf ions. 

INSTRUMENTAL--Central Drum Corps--T H Cart¬ 
wright, secty. 15th Ward Drum Corps--B I Lloyd, 
Capt. Larsen Quadrille Band--C W Rankin, mgr. 
Olson’s Orchestra--Magnus Olson, mgr; Calder’s Music. 
Hall. Opera House Band- -E W Kent, director; Calder’s 
Music Hall. Political Band--Orsen Allen, secty. 
Gatling Band--W E Simms, mgr; Coalter & Snelgrove’s. 
Hauerbach’s Quadrille Band--J Hauerbach, leader; 24 E 
1st S. Held’s Silver Cornet Band--C P Held, mgr; 
Calder’s Music Hall. Salt Lake Liberal Military Band 
*-M R Evans, pres and mgr; 22 W 2d S. Salt Lake 
Liberal Drum Corps--W AParkhurst, mgr. Sixteenth 
Infantry Band, U S A--Arthur Fuessel, leader; Fort 
Douglas. Spanish Guitar & Mandolin Club - - Fred Claw- 
Son, pres; Calder’s Music Hall. 

VOCAL--Fifteenth Ward Glee Club--Jas Morgan, 
secty; Saturdays 8:30 pm , at School No 15. Harmony 
Glee Club--A Petersen, secty; Saturdays 8 pm. Thos 
McIntyre Glee Class--Arthur Reed, secty; Sundays 12:15 
pm, at 21st ward meeting house. Salt Lake Choral 
Society--H Mack, secty; Mondays 7:30 pm, at Assembly 
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Colleges, C onvents and Nchools. | ? 

All Hallows College—4th E & 2d S; Rev J B Chataig- | i! 
ner, pres. Burlington New West Free School—H bet f 1 
2d & 3d; Fannie Hall, prin. Collegiate Institute—2dE if J 

near 2d S; C S Richardson, supt. Deaf and Dumb In¬ 
stitute—In connection with the University of Deseret, a' 
348 N 1st W; F W Metcalf, prin. Eleventh Ward M E 1 
Mission School—9th E bet 1st S & S Temple; Rev E E \\ 
Carr, prin. Phillips’ New West School—7th E & 5th S; 

Susie I Merrill, prin. Plymouth New West School— I 
near 3d N & 1st W; Mrs H H Smith, prin. Plymouth j] 
New West School—228 W 3d N; Emma M Mantor, prin. || 
Post School, Fort Douglas; Spidel Espey, teacher. J 
Practical Shorthand College—403 Progress bldg; F E 
McG-urrin, propr. Rowland Hall—205 First; Adele ; } 
Coleman, prin. St Mark’s School—115 E 1st S; Rev R s 
W Plant, prin. St Mark’s School for Girls—1st S bet 
2d & 3d E. St Mary’s Academy—146 S 1st W; con- 1 
ducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, Mother Charles, 
superior. St Joseph’s School—1st W bet 1st & 2d S: J 

an adjunct to St Mary’s Academy. Salt Lake Acad- I 
emy—3d S bet 3d & 4th E; E Benner, prin. Salt Lake || 
Business College—11 W 1st S; Johnson & Jameson, 
proprs. Salt Lake Seminary—41 E 3d S: Prof C L 
Baxter, prin. Salt Lake Stake Academy—Social Hall; j 
J E Talmage, prin. Spencer Scandinavian School— 
158 S 3d E; Arnette Erickson, prin. Swedish Lu- I 
theran School—379 E2dS;GB Anderson, prin. Uni¬ 

versity of Deseret—1st & 2d N and 2d & 3d W; J R 
Park, pres. WestminsterFreeSchool—4th W bet 1st & 2d S. 


Public School System 

The last Territorial Assembly authorized the organiza¬ 
tion of Boards of Education in cities of the first class, 
as independent corporations. In pursuance thereof the 
first annual election for members of the Board was 
held on the 2d Monday of July. Half of the Board are 
elected each year, the members serving two years with¬ 
out compensation. At the first election a full board was 
elected, 5 members to serve 2 years, and 5 to serve one 
year. The board is as follows: President —Mayor G M 
Scott ex-officio. Treasurer —City Treas J B Walden 
ex-officio ; salary $600. First Precinct— Hiram John¬ 
son^ Liberal, 2 years; G P Snow, L, 1 year. 2d Prec 
—Wm Nelson, L, 2 yrs; T C Armstrong, jr, L, 1 yr. 
3d Prec—Wm NNewman,People’s,2 yrs; John N Pike,P, 
1 yr. 4th Prec—Richard Young, P, 2 yrs; Geo D 
Pyper, P, 1 yr. 5th Prec—L U Colbath, L, 2 yrs; C E 
Mitchener, L, 1 yr. The board appointed J F Mills- 
paugh, supt, salary $2500, and J B Moreton, clerk, 
$1500. Office Roberts Blk, 47 E 1st S. New schools 
are constantly being established and teachers employed, 
but there are now 25 principals and 75 teachers on the 
rolls. Two principals receive $140 per month each, 
four $125 and the others $75 and $110; the teachers re- 


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ceive $50 and $75, The approximate monthly expense 
? is $6000 for teachers and $700 for janitors. There are 
^nearly 5000 pupils now in attendance, the various 
I schools being located as follows: East Side High School 
j —Lutheran Church 2d S and 4th E; LG Worsted, prin- 
t cipal. West Side High School—2d W bet 1st and 2d S; 
i E M Collins. No 1—8th E bet 7th and 8th . S; Miss 
Alta Westbrook. No 2—7th S bet 4th and 5th E; Miss 
Ada Yan Wormer. No 3—7th S bet 1st and 2d E; 

R C Watt. No 4—7th S and West Temple and one 
auxiliary; Miss Lucy Yan Cott. No 5—7th S and 3d 
W; D W Stafford. No 6—3d W bet 5th and 6th S; 
Lloyd Porter. No 7—5th S bet W Temple and 1st W; 

A S Martin. No 8—4th S bet 1st and 2d E; M D 
Bowen. No 9—4th S and 5th E; Mrs S R Rogers. 
No 10—4th S and 8th E and one auxilliary; G M McKay. 
No 11—1st S bet 7th and 8th E, and one auxiliary; W 
F Jamison. No 12—1st S bet 4th and 5th E; O H 
Avey. No 13—2d S bet 1st and 2d E; F B Work. 
No 14—2d W bet 1st and 2d S; E M Collins. No 15— 
2nd S and 4th W, and one auxiliary; E S Hallock. 
No 16—1st N and 4th W, and one auxiliary; Wm Brad¬ 
ford. No 17—1st N bet W Temple and 1st W; W A 
Corey. No 18—1st E and S Temple; Miss Jennie 
McEwan. No 19—2d W bet 3d and 4th N;. G A Roberts. 
No 19 auxiliary—1st W bet 2d and 3d N; Miss S R 
McBine. No 20—2d bet D and E, Mrs Mary S Woods. • 

No 21—1st and J, and one auxiliary; A E Knuckey. 
No 22—N Salt Lake; Miss Mary Wanless. No 23—8th 

S and Jordan River; P F Bothun. 

City Incenses 

May be paid quarterly or semi-annually in advance: 
Auctioneers 1 per cent of sales; Assayers $12 per annum; 
Billposters $10; Banks and brokers $25 @ $500 according 
to capital; Billiards $40 per table; Boarding houses $6 @ 
$20 according to capacity; Butchers $25; Circus $100, 
menagerie $50 each performance; Hogs $3; Exp Cos $50; 
Meat markets $25 @ $75 according to sales; Hotels $25 @ 
$200 according to capacity; Lodging houses half hotel 
rates; Hotel runners $50; Insurance agts $25 each Co; 
Intelligence office $10; Omnibus $25; Two-horse hack or 
exp $20; One-horse cab or exp $15; Two-horse dray $12; 
One-horse dray $9; Liquor mfrs $600; Same wholesale 
$1,000; Same retail $1,200; Livery $30 @ $100 according to 
animals and vehicles; Merchandising $10 @ $500 accord¬ 
ing to stock; Smelting $25; Peddlers, fruit $10; produce 
$25, merchandise $50, medicine $400; persons selling pro¬ 
duce raised by themselves are exempt; Photographer 
$25; Pawnbroker $50;Restaurants $40 @$75 according to 
capacity; Real estate agt $25; Shooting gallery $25; Sew¬ 
ing machine agt $25 each Co; Second hand dealer 2 per 
cent on capital; Teleg & Teleph Cos $100; Theatre $50 @ 
$200 or $1.25 @ $5 each performance, according to seating 
capacity. Concerts, balls, lectures, etc, same as theatre. 

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W Temple St. 


C'9mrelies and Church S cle<ies. 

BAPTIST—2d W and 2d S; Rev D D Forward, pastor* 
Sunday school 10 am; services 11 am, 7:30 pm; meeting 
Wed eve; societies: Ladies’ Home and Foreign,Mission¬ 
ary; Y P S C E. 

CHRISTIAN—School No 13; Rev W H Cowden, pastor; 
Sunday school 10 am; services 11 am, 8 pm; meeting Wed 
8 pm; societies: Ladies’ Aid. 

CONGREGATIONAL— First— Salt Lake Theatre; Rev 
J B Thrall, pastor; Sunday school 12:15 pm; services 11 ’ 
am; meeting Wed eve at Hammond Hall; societies: Y P 
S C E. Phillips’ Cong Ch— 7th E and 5th S; Rev J E 
Hurlbut, pastor; Sunday school 12:15 pm; services 11 am, 

7 pm; meetings, Wed, Fri 7:30 pm. 

EPISCOPAL— Cathedral— 1st S bet 2d & 3d E; Rt 
Rev Abiel Leonard, bishop: Rev N F Putnam, pastor; 
Sunday school 9:45 am; services 7:30 am, 11 am, 7:30 pm; 
societies: Mothers’; Ladies’ Guild; Girls’ Friendly; 
Broth St Andrew: Iron Cross. St Paul’s —Main and 
4t,h S; Rev S L Gilbertson, rector; Sunday school 12:30 
pm; services 10 am, 11 am, 7:30 pm; societies: Ladies’, 
Guild; Young Ladies’. 

HEBREW— Cong B’naiIsrael —Josephite chapel; Rev 
Dr Elkan; services, Fri 8 pm. 

JOSEPHITE— Reorg Ch of Jesus Christ of L D S— 
2d S bet 2d & 3d E; R J Anthony, pres S L branch; Sun¬ 
day services 2 pm, 7:30 pm. 

LUTHERAN— Swedish Evangel Zion —4th E & 2d 
S; Rev J A Krantz., pastor; Sunday services 10:30 am, 
7:45 pm; meeting Wed, 7:45 pm; Young People’s Society. 
Cross and Star Chapel, Danish Evangel—760 1st E; 
Rev F W t Blohm, pastor; Sunday school 3 pm; services 
10:30 am, 7:30 pm. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL— First— 31-33 E 3d S; Rev 
T C Iliff, pastor; Sunday school 12:15 pm services 11 am, 

7:30 pm; meet- ing Wed 7:35 pm; societies: Ladies’Aid ; Ep- 
worth League. Ninth East St Ch— bet S Temple and 1st S; 
Rev E E Carr, pastor; Sunday school 9:45 am; services 
11 am, 7 pm; meeting Thurs 8 pm; Epworth League. 
First Scandinavian —158 2d E; Rev E E Mork, pastor; 
Sunday school 12:30 pm; services 11 am, 7 pm; meeting 
Wed 7:30 pm. 

PRESBYTERIAN— First— 2d E & 2d S'; Rev R G Mc- 
i Niece, pastor; Sunday school 12:15 pm; services 11 am, 
i 7:30 pm; meeting Wed 7:30 pm; societies: Ladies’ Miss; 

' Ladies’ Benev; Y P S C E. Westminister —4th W bet 

1st & 2d S; Rev F L Arnold, pastor; Sunday school 12:30 
| pm; services 11am, 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, Wed 7:30 pm; socie 
ties; Bethany Band; Ladies’ Aid. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC— St Mary’s Cathedral— 2d E 
bet S Temple and 1st S; Rt Rev L Scanlan, bishop; Rev 
D Keily, Y G; Revs Tremblay and Fitzgerald, assts;mass 
j daily 7:30 am, Sunday 8am, 11am; school 3pm; vespers 
; and benediction 7 pm; societies: Sacred Heart; Ladies’ 

: Altar; Young Men’s Institute. 


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The * Leading * Grocers. 

LARGEST LINE OF 

fai^y (Jroe<?ries ii} ti?e Territory, 

-AND SOLE AGENTS FOR- 

Leading Manufacturers of Fine Goods. 

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IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN 

DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ASSAYERS’^= 

..-— MATERIALS, MILL SUPPLIES. 

Scales, Balances, Weights, Toilet 
Articles and Fancy Goods. 

ALL REBATE GOODS at MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES 

Prescriptions & Pure Chemicals a Specialty. 

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Drivers for Calling. 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day 
Saints. 

SERVICES in the Tabernacle Sundays 2 pm, Also in 
the various ward meeting houses: Sunday school 10 am; 
evening meetings 6 pm. 

PRIESTHOOD—There are two priesthoods—the Mel- 
chisedek and Aaronic. The Melchisedek is the higher, 
comprising apostles, patriarchs, high priests, seventies 
and elders. The Aaronic is the subordinate, acting un¬ 
der the direction . of the Melchisedek and comprises 
bishops, priests, teachers and deacons. No man can 
hold any office in either unless by authoritative call. 

ORGANIZATION—The first presidency consists of a 
president and 2 counselors, chosen by the high priest¬ 
hood. The, president’s duty is to be “like unto Moses; 
to be a seer, revelator, translator and prophet.” The 
twelve apostles are a high council, next in authority, 
The apostles are chosen from the seventies and their 
duty is to build up the church and regulate its affairs 
under the direction of the first presidency. Next in or¬ 
der of rank are the seventies, whose special office is to 
preach the gospel. The seventies are chosen from the 
elders and are organized into various councils or quo¬ 
rums of 70. Each council has 7 presidents, one presid¬ 
ing over the others. The 7 presidents of the first council 
of seventies also preside over all the councils. There 
are now 103 councils of 70 members each. Next in or¬ 
der of rank come the elders, whose office is to baptise, 
ordain, lay on hands and expound. Elders are organ¬ 
ized in councils of 96. The presidency of the Aaronic 
priesthood is in the bishopric, one of whom is the pre¬ 
siding bishop. Bishops also preside over the priests’ 
councils of 48. Besides preaching and baptizing, the 
duty of a priest is to visit the members. Next in 
rank are the teachers, organized in councils of 24,whose 
duties are to watch over the church and put down evil 
among the members. Next come the deacons, organ¬ 
ized in councils of 12, whose duties are to assist the 
teachers. Each of the various councils has a president, 
and each president two counselors. The branches of 
the church are organized into stakes of Zion, and each 
stake subdivided into an irregular number of wards. Each 
stake has a president, counselors and high council of 12 
high priests, and each ward is presided over by a bishop 
and 2 counselors. In Utah and adjoining states there 
are 32 stakes,comprising about 425 bishops’ wards. Each 
stake holds a quarterly conference. The church holds 
two general conferences yearly, commencing usually on 
the 6th of April and Oct, and lasting 3 or 4 days. 

THE AUTHORITIES— Wilford Woodruff, prophet 
seer, revelator and president in all the world. Coun¬ 
selors —Geo Q Cannon, Jos F Smith. Council of the 
Twelve Apostles —Lorenzo Snow, pres, F D Richards, 
Brigham Young, Moses Thatcher, F M Lyman, J H 

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Transfer, UllftlU DIlUO. DU. W Temple St. 

f Smith, Gieo Teasdale, H J Grant, J W Taylor, M W 
Merrill, A H Lund, A H Cannon. Counselors to the 
r Apostles —J W Young, D H Wells. Patriarch— 
John Smith. First Seven Presidents of the Seven¬ 
ties —Henry Herriman, Jacob Gates, S B Young, C D 
Fjeldsted, John Morgan, B H Roberts, Geo Reynolds. 
Presiding Bishop —W B Preston. Counselors —R T 
Burton. J R Winder. Church Historian and Gen’ 
Recorder--F D Richards, office 58 E S Temple; 
John Jaques, assistant Gen. Church Architect — 
J Don C Young. Clerk of the Conference— 
John Nicholson. Church Reporter — Arthur 

Winter. Church Board of Education- Wilford 
Woodruff, Lorenzo Snow, Geo Q Cannon, K G 
Maeser, Willard Young, Geo W Thatcher, Amos Howe, 
A H Lund, Jas Sharp. Pres of Salt Lake Stake— 
Angus M Cannon. Counselors— J E Taylor, C W 

Penrose. 

SALT LAKE CITY ECCLESIASTICAL WARDS, BISHOPS AND 
MEETING HOUSES. 

First Ward —Bounded on the north by 6th S; on the 
east by Military Reservation; on the south by 9th S; on 
the west by 6th E—Jos. Warburton, bishop; meeting 
house 8 th E bet 7th and 8th S. 

2d—North by 6th S; east by 6th E, south by 9th S, 
west by 3d E—L G Hardy, bishop; 7th S bet 4thand5thE. 

3d—North by 6th S, east by 3d E, south by 9th So, 
west by Main—J Weiler, bishop; 7th S bet 2d and 3d E. 

4th—North by 6th S, east by Main, south by 9th S, 
west by 2nd W—H Sperry bishop; 712 S W Temple. 

5th—North by 6th S, east by 2d W, south by 9th S, 
west by Jordan River—S M T Sneddon, bishop; 7th S 
and 3d W. 

6th—North by 3d S, east by 2d W, south by 6th S, west 
by Jordan River—J C Watson, bishop; 3d W bet 4th and 
5th S. 

7th—North by 3d S, east by Main, south by 6th S, 
west by 2d W—:Wm Thorn, bishop; 5th S bet W Temple 
and 1st W. 

8th—North by 3d S, east by 3d E, south by 6th S, west 
by Main—E F Sheets, bishop; 137 E 6th S. 

9th—North by 3d S, east by 6th E, south by 6th S, 
west by 3d E—S S Woolley, bishop; 4th S and 5th E. 

10th—North by 3d S, east by Reservation, south by 6th 
S, west by 6th E—A Speirs, bishop; 8th E and 4th S. 

11th—North by S Temple, east by Reservation, south 
by 3d S, west by 6th E—Alex McRae, bishop; 8th E and 
1st S. 

12th—North by S Temple,east by 6th E, south by 3d S, 
west by 3d E—H B Clawson, bishop; 4th E bet 1st and 
2d S. 

13th—North by S Temple, east by 3d E, south by 3d 
S, west by Main—M Atwood, bishop; 2d S, bet 1st and 
2d E. 

14th—North by S Temple, east by Main, south by 3d 

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S, west by 2d W—G H Taylor, bishop; 1st S bet W 
Temple and 1st W. 

15th—North by S Temple, east by 2d W, south by 3d 
S, west by Jordan River—Elias Morris, bishop; 1st S 
bet 3d and 4th W. 

16th—North by 2d N, east by 2d W, south by S Temple, 
west by Jordan River—Fred Kesler, bishop; 4th W and 
1st N. 

17th—North by Currant and 2d N, east by E Temple, 
south by S Temple, west by 2d W—J Tingey, bishop; 
1st N bet W Temple and 1st W. 

18th—North by Currant and 14th, east by C, south by 

5 Temple, west by E Temple—O F Whitney, bishop; A 
bet 2d and 3d. 

19th—North by 9th N, east by 1st W and 5th W, south 
by 2d N and 6th N, west by 11th W—I Barton, bis¬ 
hop; Peach, bet 1st W and Center (now building). 

20th—North by 14th, east by H, south by S Temple, 
west by C—G- Romney, bishop; 2d and D. 

21st—North by 13th, east by Reservation, south by S 
Temple,west by H—WLN Allen,bishop; 1st bet J and K. 

22d—North by 6th N, east by 1st W, south by 2d N, 
west by 5th W—A Solomon, bishop; 3d N bet 3d & 4th W. 

Religious Associations. 

Deseret Sunday School Union L D S—Sunday at D 

6 2d; Wm Salmon, pres. Salt Lake Co Bible Society 

—C H Parsons, secty and depository, 164 Main. Salt 
Lake Co S S Assn—C H Parsons, secty. Territorial 
Relief Society L D S—Meets April and Oct. Utah 
Society of Christian Endeavor—C H Parsons, secty. Utah 
S S Assn—C H Parsons, secty. Young Ladies’ Mutual Im¬ 
provement Assn L D S—42 ass’ns—meets in Assembly 
Hall, Mch, June, Sept and Dec. Young Men’s Chris¬ 
tian Assn; Rooms over 63]E 2d S:C H Parsons, secty; meet- 
ting Sun 4 pm, Fri 8 pm; free reading room open daily 
except Sun morn and eve. Young Men’s Mutual Im¬ 
provement Assn L D S—22 ass’ns, one in each ward; 
Secretary’s address 155 Main. Women’s Christian 
Temperance Union—M E Church Sat 3 pm; Mrs M B 
Westover, secty. - 

Libraries and Reading Rooms. 

I O O F Library —Odd Fellows Hall, 261 Main; 1,600 
vols private. Fire Dept Library —Adjoining City Hall; 
1,600 vols private. Masonic Library— Masonic Hall, 
163 Main; 9,000 vols, public; open 10 am to 1 pm, 4 pm 
to 9 pm. Utah Territorial Law Library —Wasatch 
bldg; 3,000 vols, public. Y M C A Reading Room —over 

63 E 2d S; free. - 

Cemeteries. 

B’nai Israel (Hebrew)—4th betQ and R; H Bamberger, 
warden, 150 S Main. City —4th bet O and U; Daniel 
Dunne, sexton. Mount Olivet—Fort Douglas Reser¬ 
vation bet 5th and 6th S; office 44 Scott-Auerbach bldg. 
Roman Catholic 4th bet Q and B; Daniel Dunne, sexton. 

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7 AND 9 MAIN STREET, 

Carry a Full Line of Staple and Fancy 

Groceries, Dry Goods, 

Boots, Shoes, Etc. 

We OuarantcB Our PricES as Lew as 
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avBvy purshasEr rscEivEs ONE 
THIRU OF THE PROFITS of ths 
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Excursion Parties should Hire 

Social and Interary Societies. 

Alta Club--30 W 2d S; C P Mason, pres. Colorado 
Assn of SL City; Wm Harvey, pres. Elks Club--46 
E 2d S; S F Walker, pres. Ladies’ Literary Club-- 
Fridays 1:30 pm at 47 E 1st S; Mrs N F Putnam, pres. 
Harmony Dancing Club--Wednesdays during bathing 
season at G-arfield Beach; Samuel Paul, pres. Phi 
Sigma Social Club--Wednesdays and Saturdays 8 pm, 
over Deseret Bank; W GK Hampton, secty. Salt Lake 
Caledonia Club--Temple of Honor Hall 1st and 3d Tues¬ 
day evenings of month; Jas Moifatt, sec. University 
Club--1st Monday of month 268 Main: G W Foster, 
pres. Veteran Firemen’s Assn - -1st Monday of month 
at 416 E S Temple; Geo M Ottinger, pres. 

Secret Societies. 

A F & A M--Grand Lodge of Utah meets 3d Tuesday 
in Jan, at Masonic Hall; Arthur M Grant, G M. 
Wasatch Lodge No l--2d Friday of month; Adolph 
Anderson, W M. Mt Moriah No 2—2d Mon of month; 
J B Farlow, W M. Argenta No 3—1st Tues of month; 
C S Varian, W M. Chapter No 1 R A M—1st 
Wed of month; J J Greenewald, H P. Utah Com- 
mandery No 1K T - -1st Thurs of month; A M Grant, E C. 

A O U W--S L Valley Lodge No 12--Thursdays 8 pm 
at A O U W hall 33^ S W Temple; S H Leaver, M W. 

ELKS - -1st and 3d Sat at Elks Club Hall; W Sloan, E. R. 

FORESTERS--Court Pride of Utah No 7257--1st and 
3d Wed of month at A O U W hall; J L Cramer J P C R. 

G A R--James B McKean Post No 1, Dept of Utah-- 
2d and 4th Mon of month at G A R hall; F P Addleman, 
comdr. Geo R Maxwell Post No 5--1st and 3d Mon 
of month at Temple of Honor hall; A S Post, comdr. 
Women’s Relief Corps--2d and 4th Wed of month 2 pm 
at G A R hall; Mrs SOB Cummings, pres. 

IOO F - - Grand Lodge of Utah - -T W Whitely, G M; A 
C Ewing, Bist Dep G M. Grand Encampment, J J 
Thomas, G P; H F Evans, Dist Dep G P. Utah Lodge 
No 1--Thurs 8 pm at I O O F hall: S P Smith, N G. 
Salt Lake No 2- -Fri 8 pm; 0 W A Schnell, N G. Jor¬ 
dan No 3--Mon 8 pm, W H Ray, N G. Corinne No 4 
Saturday; Ed Ryan, N G. Ridgely No 9--Weds 7:30 
pm; John Emms, N G. Daughters of Rebecca--2d & 
4th Sats of month ; Mrs Lyda Ewing, N G. 

K of P--Myrtle Lodge No 1--Tues 8 pm at Elks Club 
hall; J H Miller, C C. Rocky Mountain No 3--Thurs 
7:30 pm; F Behrman, C C. Calanthe No 5--Mon8 
pm ; Phil Klipple, C C. Section 295.Endowment Rank-- 
W Husbands, secty. 

PO S A--Washington Camp No 2--Fri 7:30 pm at 
Temple of Honor hall; S F Spencer, P P. 

SONS OF V. - -1st and 3d Mon of month at G A R hall; 
Geo O Farnsworth, capt. 

T of H--Grand Temple of Honor of Utah and 
Wyoming; H F Clark, G W T. Salt Lake Temple No 

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Celebrated" raWi'ond coach, 

1--Thurs eve at T of H ball; G J Spencer, W C T. 
Western Star Council--2d and 4th Tues of month; 
Walter Smithen, C of C. 

Labor Organizations. 

UTAH FEDERATED TRADES--Headquarters 47-48 
Scott-Auerbach bldg; R G Sleator, pres; Jas Devine, 
vice-pres; L Cracroft, rec secty; Hugh Wallace, finan 
secty; J G Robinson treas; A D Cowles, pres exec com. 

BARBERS UNION meets 3d Monday of month; I J 
Doflemyre, pres. 

BREWERS--2d and 4th Tues of month at 48 Scott- 
Auerbach bldg; Nic Yeeser, pres. 

MASONS--Alternate Fridays at Taylor’s hall. 

CARPENTERS--Wed eve at Temple of Honor hall; H 
B Button, pres. 

CIGARMAKERS--lst and 3d Thursday of month at 
48 Scott-Auerbach bldg; G A Whittaker, pres. 

HARNESSMAKERS--wkly; Louis Hook, pres. 

HOD CARRIERS--2d & 4th Mon of month, at Temple 
of Honor Hall; John Ryan, pres. 

LATHERS--1st & 3d Wed of month, at 48 Scott-Auer- 
bach bldg; J J Dodds, pres. 

LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS--G A McLean, chf engr. 

LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN--Tues 8 pm, at A OUW 
Hall; T J Buckley, master. 

MOULDERS --1st & 3d Sat of month, at A O U W Hall; 
Edw King, pres. 

PAINTERS-.2d & 4th Fri of month, at 48 Scott-Auer¬ 
bach bldg; H Waldo, pres. 

PLASTERERS--Mon 8 pm, at 48 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

PLUMBERS--2d & 4th Wed of month, atAOUW 
Hall; R B Harper, pres. 

PRESSMENS--1st Mon of month; Wm Jack, pres. 

R R TRAINMENS--2d & 4th Sat of month, at A O 
U W Hall; G M Jones, master. 

STATIONARY ENGINEERS--Sat 8 pm, at Temple of 
Honor Hall; Geo Mason, pres. 

STONE CUTTERS--2d & 4th Mon of month, at A OU 
W Hall: R W Lloyd, pres. 

STREET CARMENS--1st & 3d Tues of month 8pm, at 
48 Scott-Auerbach bldg; Hyrum Harris, pies. 

TAILORS--1st Mon of month, at A O U W Hall; Geo 
Parkes, pres. 

TINNERS--1st & 2d Sat of ]Month, at 48 Scott-Auer¬ 
bach bldg; J S Dangerfield, pres. 

TYPOGRAPHICAL-; 1st Sun of mo, at A O U W Hall. 


Scientific and Historical Societies 

Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society-- 
office 79 W 1st S; H W Lawrence, pres. Polytechnic 
Society of Utah--Chamber of Commerce, 1st Friday in 
month; C L Stevenson, pres. Salt Lake Medical So- 
ciety--2d Monday of month, 260 Main; F S Bascom, pres. 

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Transfer, GRANT [ B 3 ROS. CO . % j 


Territorial Elections.' 


Counties. 

Co Officers 
1890.* 

i Congress 
1888. 

Delegate. 

1890. 

Peop. 

Lib. 

Peop. 

Lib. 

Peop. jLib. 

Beaver - 

210 

134 

174 

76 

304 

1 77 

Box Elder 

625 

465 

366 

74 

624 

1 139 

Cache - - - - 

936 

87 

904 

87 

1415 

123 

Davis - 

430 

70 

341 

55 

651 

75 

Emery - 

379 

83 

221 

49 

392 

86 

Garfield - 

176 

20 

104 

8 

216 

24 

Grand - 

24 

66 



15 

48 

Iron - 

179 


171 

14 

285 

15 

Juab - 

449 

416 

258 

146 

459 

242 

Kane - 

124 


91 


129 


Millard 

315 

53 

224 

48 

400 

40 

Morgan - 

181 

26 

127 

21 

211 

29 

Piute - 

293 


116 

28 

270 

65 

Rich - 

125 

58 

105 

8 

160 

25 

Salt Lake - 

3706 

3829 

2099 

1189 

3515 

3092 

San Juan 

24 


14 


251 


Sanpete - 

1212 

213 

914 

128 

1216! 

174 

Sevier - 

443 

129 

325 

65 

4991 

93 

Summit - 

404 

940 

309 

717 

408 

1001 

Tooele - 

318 

110 

275 

100 

323 

103 

Uintah - 

215 

45 

32 

18 

173 

25 

Utah 

1836 

480 

1458 

254 

2364 

457 

Wasatch - 

257 

31 

190 

5 

369' 

17 

Washington - 

356 


363 

16 

438 

19 

Weber - 

1628 

1675 

945 

388 

1482 

1 943 

Total 

Majority - 

14845 

8930 

10126 

3494 

16343 6912 

5915 


6632 


9431 


*The figures given are averages of the votes cast for 
all the candidates on each ticket. 


instances from salt l ake ( ity. 


Alta - - - - 29 
American Frk 32 
Baltimore - -2341 
Beaver - - --261 
Bingham - - 29 
Boise, Ida - - 454 
Butte, Mont - 434 
Boston, Mas -2585 
Charleston, -2400 
Chicago, Ill -1560 
Cincinnatti, 0-1786 
Deep Creek - 152 
Denver, Col - 659 
Eagle Rock, - 241 
Evanston - - 113 
Eureka - - - 84 
Frisco - - - 243 


Grand Junct - 292 
Hailey, Ida - 355 
Helena, Mnt - 541 
Juab - - - 105 
Kansas City -1298 
Logan - - - 95 
Los Angeles -1402 
Manti - - - 122 
Milford- - - 226 
Nephi - - -' 91 
New York - -2452 
Ogden - - 
Omaha, Neb -1069 
Ophir - - - 5/ 
Park City - - 38 
Philadelphia -2371 
Pioche, Nev-331 


922 

46 

■ 597 

■ 870 
-1106 


Pittsburg, Pa -2021 
Pocatello, Ida - 190 
Portland, Ore - 
Provo - - - - 
Pueblo - - - 
San Francisco - 
Seattle 
Shoshone Falls 323 
Silver City - - 83 
Silver City Ida 485 
Soda Springs - 258 
Spokane Falls - 943 
St George - - 336 
St Louis - - -1483 
Stockton - - - 40 
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Places of Interest, Amusement «fc Resort. 

THEATRE—Built 1862, seats 1,300, 1st S and 1st E. 
On extra large occasions, especially musical, the 
Tabernacle is generally provided. The band concerts 
and daily dress parades at the Fort are also very inter¬ 
esting. 

BATHING—Garfield Beach, 18 miles U & Nev Ry; 
hourly trains in season, round trip 50c. Lake Park 
16 m, R G W Ry, frequent trains, 50c. Syracuse, 35 m, 
U P Ry. Warm Springs, 104 deg, saline sulphur, 
northern part of city on electric line 5c. Hot Springs, 
sulphur, 314 m north of city, U P and R G W Rys, 25c. 

DRIVES—Boulevard on 5th E to Liberty Park; Can¬ 
yon road; bench streets to Fort Douglas and Emigration 
canyon. 

FISHING—Trout in all streams, especially City Creek, 
Emigration, Parley’s, Mill Creek, Big and Little Cot¬ 
tonwoods, lakes at head of Big Cottonwood, Utah lake. [ 

HUNTING—Hot Springs and Utah lakes for aquatic; j 
grouse, sage hens, chickens in all grassy valleys; elk, 
deer, bear in Uintahs at head waters of Bear, Weber 
and Provo rivers, via U C Ry and wagon. 

PARKS AND SQUARES—Arsenal block and Capitol 
Grounds north of city; Exposition square 5th and 6th S 
and 6th and 7th E; Liberty park, 110 acres, 9th S bet 
5th and 6th E; Pioneer park, 3d and 4th S and 2d and 3d 
W; Driving park, 5th E below 12th S; University square, 
1st and 2d N and 2d and 3d W; Washington square, 1st 
and 2d E and 4th and 5th S. 

PICNIC AND CAMPING—Calder’s farm 5 miles S of 
city; all the canyons in the vicinity; Parley’s park; Big 
Cottonwood lakes. 

PLACES OF INTEREST—Temple block contains| 
Temple, Tabernacle and Assembly Hall; Temple begun 1 
1853, 200x100 ft, towers 220 ft high, cost $4,000,000, will 
require $1,000,000 to finish. Tabernacle 250x150 ft 90 ft < 
high, seats 13,456, can be emptied in 7 minutes, wonder¬ 
ful accoustic properties, has largest unsupported f 
wooden roof in the world and second largest organ in 
America, made in this city, 3,000 pipes, and accom¬ 
panies one of the finest choirs in the world 300 voices. • 
Assembly hall has large organ, ceiling elaborately 
decorated with scenes from Mormon history. On S 
Temple and 1st S are the Lion, Bee Hive and Gardo , 
houses, former residences of Brigham Young’s wives, 
the latter being that of his favorite, Amelia Folsom, 
and now occupied as official residence of head of the , 
church. Brigham Young’s grave is on S side of A 
bet 1st E and 1st Sts. Fort Douglas overlooks city from 
east bench 3 miles distant. Mormon tithing office opp I 
Temple on Main. Deseret Museum, S Temple opp 
Temple. Chamber of Commerce collection of Utah 
products and minerals 71 W 2d S. * 

OBSERVATION AND SCENERY—Bench points, Fort , 
Douglas, Prospect hill, Ensign peak for lake and valley; | 

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; Orders with G iant Bros Go . W. Temple St. 

Parley’s park via the U C Ry, and Bald, Kesler and 
Clayton peaks at head of Cottonwood canyons; tram¬ 
way in Little Cottonwood; American Fork canyon via 
village of American Fork. Most excursions require 

saddle or team. -- 

Miscellaneous Utah Information. 

ARTESIAN WATER--There are perhaps more than 

I, 000 flowing artesian wells in the vicinity of Salt Lake 
City, two veins of water lying 115 and 260 feet respect¬ 
ively beneath the surface. 

CLIMATE--The records of 14 years’ signal service 
observation in Salt Lake City, show T the temperature to 
be as follows: average mean for spring 49.6 deg; sum¬ 
mer 72.5 deg;fall 51.7 deg; winter 32 deg; annual 51.5 
deg; daily range 20.1 deg; monthly range 47.5 deg; rela¬ 
tive humity 48.9 per cent for the year, 44.8 per cent for , 
spring winter and fall and 38.2 per cent for summer, 
being surpassed in dryness only by El Paso, Tex. and 
Santa Fe, N Mex; there are 277 fair and only 50.1 full 
cloudy days in the year. 

SALT LAKE at one time was 1000 feet higher than at 
present. It is now 75 miles long, 50 wide, 36 feet deep 
and 17 per cent salt, or 7 times more than sea 
water, has no outlet while 10,000 cu ft of water flow 
into it each second through the Bear, Weber, Ogden, 
and Jordan rivers, whose headwaters are all close to- 
■! gether near the western end of the Uintah mountains, 

160 to 75 miles east of this city; these mountains are 
■I 12,000 and 14,000 feet high. The range of mountains 
immediately east of the city is the Wasatch 9,000 to 

II, 000 ft high; the range west of the city is the Oquirrh, 

5 6,000 feet high. 

1 IRRIGATION--The duty achieved by water in irriga¬ 
ting is 85 acres of sandy and 100 acres of clayey soil per 
second cubic foot. The season begins May 15, closes 
J Sept 15. 

LAND--Unoccupied government lands in Utah, 
31,000,000 acres; surveyed 12,431,745. During the past 
: year 310,236 acres were filed upon and 74, 436 acres 
' proved up. Utah school lands amount to 46,080 acres. 

’ MISCELLANEOUS--July 24, 1847, 143 Mormons, led 
by Brigham Young, entered Salt Lake valley through 
Emigration canyon and at once founded the city of 
i Salt Lake. Large numbers of immigrants of the same 
1 faith have followed them every year since, averaging 
^ about 1,800 per year for the past 9 years. The area of 
1 Utah is 84,476 sq miles, the assessed valuation for 1890 
being $105,958,732. There are 1,150 miles of railway in 
I the Territory. During the past 11 years the production 
If of lead, copper, silver and gold in Utah aggregates $78,- 
jjj 495,045, last year’s product amounting to $8,830,852. 

During the past year 88,551 tons of salt were extracted 
| from Salt Lake; during the same period 126 companies, 

1 with a capitalization of $47,932,000, were incorporated 
!» in Utah. It is considered by the best informed persons 

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that within no similar area elsewhere in the world is 
there so great a variety of mineral and vegetable treas¬ 
ure as in Utah. 

SALT LAKE CITY’S altitude is 4261 ft above sea , 
level. It has 44 miles of water mains; 19 miles of sewers; 
290 fire hydrants; 300 miles of irrigating ditches; $300,- 
000 city debt; an assessed valution of $52,000,000; city 
tax 2-5 of 1 per cent 550; telephones, and telephone con¬ 
nection with 51'towns; 38 miles of electric railway; is 
lighted by 200 electric lights; has $5,000,000 banking capi¬ 
tal, $10,000,000 bank deposits, $300,000 weekly bank clear¬ 
ances, and a population of 52,000. 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

DAILIES—Deseret Evening News—Main and S 
Temple, C W Penrose,* editor, G-eo C Lambert, mgr; 
organ of Mormon church. Salt Lake Herald--(morn- . 
ing 6 days) W Temple and 1st S, Byron G-roo, editor; j 
H G Whitney, bus mgr. Salt' Lake Stock Exchange j 
Journal--Higgins & McEwan, publishers, 65 1st E. 
Salt Lake Evening Times--12 Commercial; A L Pollock, • 
editor, A F Philips, gen mgr. Salt Lake Tribune--! 
(morning 7 days) W Temple and 2nd S, C C Goodwin, 
editor; P H Lannan, mgr. , 

SEMI-WEEKLIES--Herald--Wednesdays and Satur¬ 
days. News—Tuesdays and Fridays. 

WEEKLIES--Bikuben--A W Winberg, publisher, 31 
Commerial; issued Thursdays. Democrat--C S Nichols, 
editor and mgr; 12 E 3d S; Saturdays. Deseret Weekly 
--Saturday, by Deseret News Co. Great Salt Laker-- ) 
F P Beslin, ed and pub, 610 Progress bldg; Wednesdays. J 
Inter-mountain Mining Review--Aspinwall & Smith, 
pubs, 231 S Main; Wednesdays. Salt Lake Advertiser - 
Higgins & McEwan, 65 1st E. Tribune--Thursdays, i 
Utah Freie Fresse (German)--Henry Hirsching, editor, 
24 W 2d S; Thursdays. Korrespondenten (Swedish) f 
--Anderson & Rydman. Salt Lake Beobachter ; 
( German) - - J H Ward, ed and prop. 

SEMI-MONTHLIES-- Juvenile Instructor-- (Sunday 
School) Geo Q Cannon & Sons, ed and pub, 24 E S 
Temple ; 1st and 15th of month. Salt Lake Journal < 
of Commerce--H L A Culmer, ed and pub, 71 Culmer 
blk. The Little World (literary and educational)--J : 
H Parry, ed; Merchant Printing Co,pub, 27 W S Temple, j 

MONTHLIES--The Contributor--By Junius F Wells; j 
Herald bldg. Historical Record, Latter-day Saints-- 
By Andrew Jensen; 154 N 2d W. Utah Monthly Mag- -| 
azine--By J H Parry & Co; 41 S W Temple; Salt Lake 
Sanitarian-- By M B Shipp; 18 Main. Utah Agricultur- 
ist--By Agriculturist Co; 48 W 2d S. Utah Mission- 
aren (Swedish)--By Krantz Bros & Reilly; 379 E 2d S. 
Woman’s Exponent--By Mrs E B Wells; 25 E S Temple, i 
Young Women’s Journal--Mrs Susa Young Gates, edi¬ 
tor, Geo Q Cannon & Sons, pubs; 24 E^ S Temple; 1st of 1 
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Population and Valuation of Utah Towns. 

[From Gov Thomas’ Annual Report.] 


CITIES AND TOWNS. 

Assessed 

Valuation. 

Population. 

1890 

1889 

1880 

1890 

American Fork . 


$259,950 

$220,000 

1825 

2070 

Alpine .... 


70,000 

70,000 

319 

465 

Beaver .... 


284,878 

251.171 

1911 

1785 

Brigham City . 


315,056 

300^000 

1877 

2918 

Cedar City. . . 


93,186 

113,000 

691 

1474 

Coalville . . . 


193,000 

146,000 

911 

1269 

Corinne. . . . 


179,095 

162,255 

277 

212 

Ephraim . . . 


131,550 

120,000 

1698 

1918 

Fairview . . . 


74,000 

80,000 

863 

1020 

Fillmore . . . 


111,000 

100,000 

987 

980 

Grantsville . . 


147,662 

150,000 

1007 

1100 

Hyrum .... 


121,567 

240,800 

1234 

1300' 

Kaysville . . . 


219,166 

250,000 

1187 

1770’ 

Lehi. 


277,426 

270,340 

1538 

1903 

Logan .... 


1,647,278 

t 

3396 

4624 

Manti .... 


254,337 

225,000 

1748 

1997 

Mendon . . . 


45,000 

43,000 

543 

858 

Moroni .... 


79,189 

90,000 

838 

1000' 

Mount Pleasant. 


200,000 

180,000 

2004 

2200 

Morgan ... 


❖ ' 

127,980 

433 

580 

Ogden .... 


11,400,000 

7,000,000 

6069 

14919 

Park City . . . 


1,199,556 

621,566 

1542 

4977 

Parowan . . . 


101,380 

100,000 

957 

1072. 

Payson . . . . 


265,000 

228,000 

1788 

2120, 

Pleasant Grove . 


321,000 

228,850 

1775 

2140 ; 

Provo .... 


3,159,430 

1,000,000 

3432 

5153 

Richfield . . . 


159,539 

143,521 

1197 

1600 •: 

Richmond. . •. 


75,000 

116,750 

1198 

1390 r 

Salt Lake City . 


54,353,740 

16,611,752 

20678 

45025 

Smithfield. . . 


153,390 

147,640 

1177 

1390 

Spanish Fork . 


216,890 

238,932 

2304 

3476 

Spring City . . 


100,000 

67,200 

989 

1210 

Springville . . 


420,000 

420,000 

2312 

2833 

St George . . . 


249,905 

242,315 

1332 

1560 

Tooele .... 


117,500 

107,909 

918 

1072 \ 

Washington . . 


50,000 

53,700 

483 

300 

Wellsville . . . 


114,097 

100,000 

1193 

1308 

Willard.... 


75,135 

73,653 

412 

700: 

Bear River . . 


15,000 

1,565 

340 

. 349 

Fountain Green. 


70,782 

71,420 

691 

740 

Heber City . . 


* 

* 

1291 

1492 i 

Kanab .... 


43,600 

46,950 

394 

565 

Monroe. . . . 


75,000 

71,000 

744 

940, 

Salem .... 


47,317 

5,000 

510 

713 

Nephi .... 


827,324 

t 

1797 

2084 

Total . 

$78,313,925 

$30,836,969 

80810 

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figures are based on estimates made by Dr A S Condon, | 
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Utah Population & Valuation by tountifs 

1 [From Gov ThoInas , Annual Report.] 


1 Counties. 

1890. 

1880. 

1890 

| 1889 

Beaver,- 

4,354 

3,918 

$ 1,293,859$ 747,119 

Box Elder,-- 

7,722 

6,761 

1,821,526 

2,474,194 

[Cache,-- 

15,349 

12,562 

4,076,329 

2,370,658 

• Davis,- 

6,788 

5,279 

2,686,401 

1,568,719 

Emery,-- 

4,329 

556 

909,888 

1,757,477 

Garfield, *- 

2,469 


334,649 

240,831 

I Grand, f-- 

541 


817,715 

** 

.Iron, $- 

3,658 

4,013 

605,003 

440,754 

: Juab,. 

5,591 

3,474 

2,508,774 

1,598,194 

Kane,-- 

4,711 

3,085 

503,152 

402,178 

5 Millard,.- 

3,881 

3,727 

$$1,400,000 

876,671 

■ Morgan,- 

1,996 

1,783 

535,765 

497,287 

Piute,. 

2,821 

1,651 

511,004 

321,536 

‘Rich,. 

1,838 

1,263 

677,556 

438,645 

Salt Lake,- 

59,521 

31,977 

52,171,000 

20,730,286 

fSan Juan,- 

450 

204 

312,464 

264,069 

San Pete,-' - - 

16,600 

11,557 

2,588,158 

1,768,002 

Sevier,.- 

5,938 

4,457 

845,957 

810,486 

Summit,- 

7,775 

4,921 

3,389,182 

2,056,941 

iiTooele,-- - 

3,301 

4,497 

1,3M,505 

1,218,005 

Uintah,-'- 

2,319 

799 

' 302,396 

332,316 

'Utah,. 

13,390 

7,973 

10,216,916 

4,436,866 

I 1 Wasatch,-- 

5,113 

2,927 

770,700 

668,400 

Washington,- 

5,736 

4,235 

990,236 

675,827 

Weber, - -- 

22,901 

12,344 

14,568,597 

5,221,849 

■ Total,- 

209,092 

143,963 

$106,158,732 

$72,827,312 


Assessed Valuation. 


* New County created in 1882 from Iron County, f 

New County created in 1890 from Emery County. .** 
Included in Emery County. $ Indian Reservation not 
.included. $$ Estimated. 

: The above estimate does not include the military 
[posts nor public and charitable institutions. Population 
,in 1850,11,380; population in 1860, 40,272; population in 
J1870, 86,786; population 1880, 143,963. 

Weights anti Pleasures. 

In Troy, Apothecaries’ and Averdupois weights, the 
grain is the same. 

TROY WEIGHT --1 pound=12 oz=240 pennyweights 
1=5760 gr. Troy weight is used for precious metals. The 
[Karat used by jewelers for precious stones equals 3.2 gr, 
3.17 gr, 3.18 gr in the U S, London and Paris, respective¬ 
ly. A karat is divided into 4 jeweler’s grains. 

APOTHECARIES’ WEIGHT--1 S)=12 oz=96 drams 
=288 scruples=5760 gr. 

AVERDUPOIS WEIGHT- -1 ton=2000 5)S; 1 3b=16 oz 
b=256 drams=7000 gr. 

LONG MEASURE--1 statute or land mile=8 furlongs 
rods=1760 yds=5280 ft=63,360 inches: 1 inch=12 


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Gentle Horses 

lines=72 points; 1 cable’s length=120 fathoms=720 ft; 
Gunter’s surveying chain=66 ft divided into 100 links; 
sea mile or knot (U S)=6080.27 feet or 1853.248 me 
tres; British knot=6080 feet=l,853.169 metres. 

SQUARE MEASURE--Section of land, 1 mile squar 
=640 acres. Square acre, 208.71 ft on each side=160 st 
rods=4840 sq yds=43560 sq ft; 1 sq ft=144 sq in. 

CUBIC MEASURE--1728cuin=l cu ft; 1 cuyd=9 cu ft 

LIQUID MEASURE--U S only--l wine bbi=31 gals 
1 gal=231 cu in=4 qts=8 pts=32 gills=128 fluid oz= 
1024 fl drachms=61440 minims. 

DRY MEASURE--U S--1 struck bushel=2150.42 cu if 
=4 pecks=8 gals=32 qts=64pts. 1 dry gal=1.63651iquic 
gals. 

LIQUID & DRY MEASURES --British—1 bushel- 
2218.792 cu in. 

METRIC WEIGHTS--1 kilogram=10 hektograms—; 
100 dekagrams=1000 grams=10,000 decigrams=100,00C 
centigrams=l,000,000milligrams=15432 grains or 2.2041 
lbs averdupois. 

METRIC MEASURE--1 kilolitre=10 hektolitres=10( 
dekalitres=1000 litres=10,000 decilitres=100,000 centi-' 
litres=l,000,000 millilitres=l cu metre=61025.4 cu in' 

METRIC LENGTHS--1 kilometre=10 hektometres— 
100 dekametres=1000 metres=10,000 decimetres=100, 
000 centimetros=l,000,000 millimetres. 1 metre=39. ■ 
370432 inches or practically 3 ft 3%in. A metre is the 
ten-millionth part of the quadrant of the earth from the 
equator to the north pole or 32,808,693 ft. 

METRIC LAND MEASURE-1 hectare=10,000 sq metres 
=2.4711 acres. 

MISCELLANEOUS--A tumblerfull = half pint = 4 
w.ineglassfuls=16 tablespoonsfuls=32 dessertspoonfuls 
=64 teaspoonfuls. A bushel of wheat, clover seed, peas 
or potatoes weighs 60 pounds, corn, flax seed or rye 56 
barley 48, oats 32, onions 57. A barrel of flour weighs 
196 lbs, beef, pork or fish 200, salt 280. A degree of 
longitude=69.2 miles at the equator, 68.15 miles at 1C 
deg north or south from the equator, 65.27 at 20 deg i 
59.93 at 30 deg; 53.1 at 40 deg; 44.48 at 50 deg; 39.69 at 55 
deg; 24.6 at 60 deg; 23 67 at 70 deg; 12.02 at 80 deg; 
10 ton--Eggs, 130@160 bbls; Flour, 200 sacks; Cattle, 18@f 
20 head; Hogs, 50@60h.ead; Sheep, 80@100 head; Lumber . 
6000 ft; Wheat, 340 bu; Apples, 370 bu; potatoes, 430 bu i 

Oats, 680 bu, - 

Athletic and Sporting: Societies. 

Deseret Sitting Club—Alex Watson, pres. Gar 
field Beach Boat Club—Wm Glassman, pres. Sail; 
Lake Base Ball Assn—C C Little, pres and mgr. Salt: 
Lake City Gun Club—H Spence, pres. Salt Lakt^ 
Lawn Tennis Club—J Barnett, pres. Salt Lake Row 
ing Club—N Treweek, pres. Salt Lake Sportsmen’s 
Club—T J Almy, pres. Salt Lake Turn Verein—1st and* 
3d Mondays of month at Germania Hotel, 146 State 
Road, Phil Schmitz, pres. _ 

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Paying Mines in Utah 

It is impossible to give anything like a fall list of the 
.profitable mines in Utah. One reason for this is that on¬ 
ly a few mining companies make public statements of 
, their operations, while the great majority refuse to make 
jany disclosures whatever concerning their business. 
'There is good reason to believe, however, that among the 
imore noted mining properties in this territory the fol- 
|lowing are either dividend payers, or are paying for their 
town development, or if idle have ore in quantity and 
^character to pay if worked: Park City— Ontario, Daly, 

^ Crescent, Anchor, Woodside, Mayflower, Northland & 
'[Nevada, Apex, Alliance, Creole, Silver Key, Glencoe, 
Roaring Lion, Southern Tier. Big Cottonwood— 
|Maxfield, Antelope & Prince of Wales, Queen Bess & Car¬ 
rie. Little Cottonwood —American Emma, Joab 
^-Lawrence, Eclipse, City of Rocks, Evergreen, Congo, 
^Stanley, Greeley. American Fork —Pittsburg, Amer¬ 
ican Fork. Frisco —Horn Silver. Talisman, Morrison 

iBros’ property. Bingham —Old Telegraph, Live Pine, 

iSo Galena, Jordan, Niagara group, Highland, Stuart No 
jl, Stuart No 2, Nast, York, Mary, Brooklyn, Lead, Yose- 
fmite No. 1, Yosemite No. 2, Tiewaukee, Winnemuek, 
.Benton, Badger, Queen, Lucky Boy, Watson Placer. 
’Tintic. —Eureka Hill, Bullion Beck and Champion, 
^Centennial Eureka, Keystone, Godiva, Mormon Chief, 
Cagle, Governor, Mammoth group, American Eagle, 
( Jwansea, Park, Northern Spy, Tesora, Carissa, Golden 
Treasure, Black Dragon, Dew Drop. Ophir —Monarch, 
,|Chloride Gem, St. Louis Company, Gray Rock, Buck 
r Horn, Clara, Jim Fisk, Winter Quarters, Col. Wall’s 
!Property, Brooklyn, Legal Tender, Hidden* Treasure, 
^jQueen of the Hills, Utah Queen, Leonora. Stockton 

•Calumet and Muscatine group, Silver King, Cather¬ 
ine, Honorine, Third Term. Camp Floyd.— Sparrow 
Hawk, Manning’s Property. Marys vale. —Ferguson 
group. Besides the above there are many others in the 
'adjoining States which are tributary to Salt Lake City. 

B^nevoleait Societies. 

Firemen’s Mutual Aid Assn--2d Thursday in Jan, 

' Apr, July & Oct at 416 E S Temple; S R Skidmore, pres. 
(Gruetli Verein (Swiss) Fridays, 8 pm, 146 State Road; 
Gotfreid Teuscher, pres. Ladies’ Hebrew Benevolent 
Society--1st Thursday in month 2 pm at Josephite 
Chapel; Mrs L Cohn, pres. 

Information tor Travelers. 

On most western railways, children under 5 years ride 
free, under 12 half fare; on stage lines under 3 free, un¬ 
der 12 half fare. Baggage—150 lbs free on full ticket, 
75 Tbs on half ticket; 2d class tickets secure the traveler 
practically the same comforts as 1st class. Colonist 
sleepers at 50c per night are equally as comfortable as 
the more stylish palace car. 


CLOTHING, 





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Francis Armstrong, Prest. P. W. Madsen, Vice-Prest. 
M. E. Cummings, Cashier. 


UTAH 



Capital, $200,000. 

Surplus, $20,000. 


DIRECTORS: 

Francis Armstrong, P. W. Madsen, 

T. W. Eilerbeck, Bolivar Roberts, 

Geo. M. Cannon, Thos. W. Jennings, 

Dr. Jos. S. Richards, Oscar H. Hardy, 

M. E. Cummings. 


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SALT LAKE CITY. 






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\V. Temp'e St. 


Digest ol Business Law 

ARREST--Defendant may be arrested on action for 
,] slander or libel; on contract when about to depart from 
( Territory, with intent to defraud creditors; for money 
| or property embezzled by any person acting in fiduciary 
: capacity; to recover property concealed from an officer; 
when guilty of fraud in contracting obligation or when 
he has or is about to remove or dispose of property 

I with intent to defraud. 

ASSIGNMENTS--No statute law. Preferential 
assignments allowed. Equitable jurisdiction may be 
invoked. One partner may bind firm for benefit of 
creditors. 

ATTACHMENT--Defendant’s property may be at¬ 
tached in an action on unsecured contract: when non¬ 
-resident of the Territory; when about to or has departed 
'jfrom Territory or county; when he stands in defiance of 
;an officer or conceals himself so that process cannot be 
reserved: when disposing of or concealing property with 
intent to defraud creditors, or, when debt was fraudu¬ 
lently contracted. 

J BANKS--Misdemeanor for bank officer to overdraw 
.account; to receive deposit knowing bank insolvent; or 
:fails to keep proper books; or publishes false state¬ 
ment of bank’s condition. 


11 BILLS AND NOTES--Negotiable instruments are; 

J bills of exchange; promissoy notes; bank notes; checks; 
jbonds; certificates of deposit. Valuable consideration 
presumed for every signature. Every endorser liable 
ijto payee. Days of grace not allowed. When maturity 
| falls on holiday instrument becomes due next preceding 
day except when such preceding day is also holiday, 
when it is payable on next succeeding business day. 
.{Bill of exchange payable certain time after sight if not 
; accepted within ten days after sufficient time for accept¬ 
ance, presumed to have been dishonored. Bill of ex*- 
'change payable at sight or on demand apparently 
matures: 1, if it bears interest, one year after date; 2, 
if without interest, 10 days after sufficient time for ac-- 
: ceptance. Apparent maturity of note payable at sight 
or on demand, if it bears interest, is one year after 
date; without interest, 6 months; when payable certain 
time after sight or demand, such time to be added to 
. above. 

CHATTEL MORTGAGES void unless recorded and 
promptly foreclosed or unless absolute continuous 
transfer of property occurs. 

CLAIMS AGAINST ESTATES of deceased persons 
must be proved by affidavit, allowed by administrator 
and approved by probate court. Claims paid in follow- 
c ing order: funeral expenses; expenses last sickness; 
mortgages; judgments; other demands. 

CONTRACTS for sale amounting to $300 or over void 
unless in writing or partial payment made. Venders’ 
sales of goods or chattels or assignments of same unless 


Barton & Co 


Agents for celebrated 

• Monarch Shirts 






SPIRITED STEPPERS lor the Road 

accompanied by delivery within reasonable time and 
absolute, continuous change of possession are conclu¬ 
sive evidence of fraud as against creditors, or subse¬ 
quent purchasers in good faith. Every conveyance or 
assignment of property or rights, made in writing or 
otherwise, or judgment suffered with intent to delay or 
defraud creditors or others, is void as against party 
hindered or defrauded. 

CONVEYANCES of land interests must be under seal 
and, to be recorded, must be acknowledged. Wife need 
not unite with husband, nor he with her. Neither has 
legal interest in other’s property. Married woman may 
convey as if single. > 

CORPORATIONS--Stock is personal property. 
Foreign corporations must file copies of articles with 
Secretary of Territory and probate judge. Must also 
designate some resident for service of process and file 
same as articles. 

DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION--Property of in¬ 
testates descends: 1, if only one child, one-third to hus¬ 
band or wife, residue to child ; if more than one child, 
one-fourth to husbaand or wife, residue to children; 2, 
if no issue, half to mother, half to husband or wife; if j 
without issue or husband or wife, to mother and so on. j 
Illegitimate child is father’s heir when acknowledged. 
Issue of Mormon solemnized polygamous marriages { 
legitimate if born prior to Jan 1, 1883. 

DIVORCE--One year residence required; grounds; ! 
impotency, adultery, desertion, neglect, habitual : 
drunkenness, felony, cruelty. 

DOWER—Restored by Congress March 3, 1887. 

EVIDENCE—Parties to action competent witnesses j 
except in certain cases; wife or husband competent ! 
witnesses for each other with consent. 

EXECUTIONS may issue any time within five years || 
after judgment. 

EXEMPTIONS--Following property owned by head 
of family residing in Territory is exempt from execu- : 
tion or attachment; chairs, tables, desks, books, to 
value of $100; necessary household furniture and wear- ij 
ing apparel; provisions on hand for three months; 
farming utensils of a farmer, lyoke of oxen, horses or 
mules and their harness, cow and calf, cart or wagon, seed |j 
grain for planting not to exceed $100 in value, food for 
animals for 60 days; tools of a mechanic necessary for 
his trade; instruments of a physician or surveyor with 
their professional libraries, and those of an attorney or 
minister; the tent or cabin and furniture and tools of a 
miner not to exceed $400 in value; two horses, oxen or ' 
mules and their harness, one cart or wagon of a team¬ 
ster ; horse, harness, and vehicle of a physician or min- j 
ister of the gospel, with feed for such animals for 3 ] 
months; a sewing machine, 6 head of sheep for each 
member of the family, two hogs with all sucking pigs, | 
the debtor’s earnin gs within 60 days to the extent of 

Builders', Mechanics’, Domestic Hardware, > 





j GRANT BROS. CO ■ W. Temple St. 

| $100; life insurance policies and benefits where annual 

f premiums do not exceed $500; a homestead not exceed- 
f I ing $1000 in value and a further sum of $500 to a wife 
I and $250 for each other member of the family. No 
p article exempt as against judgment for its price. 

1 GARNISHMENT--Property or debts due defendant 
| from third persons may be garnished except wages for 
i': the last 60 days not exceeding $100. 

| INTEREST--Legal rate without contract 8 per cent; 
| no limit on contract. 

$ JUDGMENTS, recorded, become liens on real estate, 
jtf JURISDICTION—Claims not exceeding $300 cogniz- 
; able before justices of the peace; district courts have 
original jurisdiction in ail cases at law and in equity. 

LIMITATIONS—Judgments 5 years, real estate 7; 
some cases 10; written contracts 4 years; statutory lia- 
'1 bilities, actions for trespass or fraud 3 years; verbal 
| contracts and open accounts 2 years; libel, slander, 
i assault or false imprisonment one year. 

| MARRIED WOMEN control their separate and general 
if estates and may make contracts; when party to a suit 
husband must be joined unless action concerns her 
] separate property. 

| MECHANICS’ LIENS—Any person may have a lien 
| for work done or materials furnished for construction 
I or repair of any building or other improvement; 
j lien is upon building and ground occupied by it with 
‘ right of way to same; lien is taken by filing notice 
i with county recorder within three months after comple- 
! tion of labor. 

MORTGAGES and dseds of trust must be recorded. 

REPLEVIN—Defendant may replevin within 5 days. 

SUMMONS—In justice’s court in cases of arrest sum¬ 
mons returnable forthwith; if either party is non-resi¬ 
dent returnable not more than 2 days from date; in 
other cases not more than ten nor less than 2 days; in 
district court if defendant is served within county must 
answer in 10 days; if out Of county, in district, in 20 
days; in other cases within 40 days. 

TAXES become delinquent Oct 31; redemption within 
2 years for real estate sold for taxes. 

Exchanges 

Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce—71 W 2d S; Caleb 
W West, pres; Frank K Gillespie, secty^ 298 members. 
Salt Lake Real Estate Exchange—46 E 2d S, meets 
daily 11:30 am; 1st Wednesday of month 7 pm; 3d Wed¬ 
nesday in April 8 pm; H C Lett, pres. Utah Produce 
Exchange—63 E 2d S, 1st Friday in month; T C Arm¬ 
strong pres. The Builders’ Exchange—55 Wasatch 
bldg, 2d and 4th Thursday evenings of month; D C 
McGregor, pres. Salt Lake Stock Exchange—58 W 
2d S, daily 11 am; R C Chambers, pres. Utah Ore 
Producers’ Assn-172 S Main; W F James, pres._ 

E. C. Coffin Hardware Co. M *u st 





I.ivery .v gj§)g (JQ. 40-42-44 S. 


M'ransfer, 


W. Temple St 


RAILWAY TIME TABLES. 

[In Force Dec 1—Subject to change at any time.] 
Leave. Union Pacific. Arrive. 

7:00 am - - Eastern Fast Mail - - 5:35 am 

8:10 am - - Cache Valley Accom - - 10:50 am 

8:00 pm Portland, Butte Mail, Cache Valley 5:10 pm 
3:30 pm - - - - Park City - - - - 10:50 am 

3:30 pm - - - Eastern Express - - - 5:10 pm 

8:00 pm - Ogden Local - 7:20 pm 

7:10 am - Milford, Tintic & Sanpete - 7:00 pm 

4:00 pm - Juab Local - 10:00 am 

Leave. Rio Grande Western. Arrive. 

9:50 am - - East Bound Mail - - 9:40 pm 

10:05 pm- - East Bound Express - - 9:55 am 

4:45 pm - - West Bound Mail - - 4:30 pm 

2:00 am - West Bound Express - - 1:50 am 

9:40 am- - - Ogden Local - 4:20 pm 

4:30 pm - Thistle & Mt Pleasant Local - 9:30 am 

8:25 am - Wasatch & Bingham local - 5:30 pm 

Leave. Utati Nevada. Arrive. 

8:10 am - - - Mail & Express - - - 3:15 pm 

Leave. Utah Central Railway. Arrive. 

8:00 am - Park City Mail & Express - 6:30 pm 

Suburban trains leave at 6:10, 6:55, 10:30 am, 1:30, 4:30 
6:12 pm, and arrive at 6:50, 8:20, 11:38 am 2:38, 6:10, 
7:15 pip. 

Leave Ogden. Southern Pacific Ry. Arrive Ogden. 

4:00 am-San Francisco Fast Mail-7:30 am 

7:00 pm-San Francisco Express.8:00 pm 


Street Railway Routes. 

SALT LAKE CITY RAILWAY LINES. 

From Warm Springs via 2d W, 2d N, 1st W, 1st N, W 
Temple, S Temple, Main, 5th S, 5th E to Liberty Park, 
12 minute cars. 

From 13th E via 1st S, 5th W to 3d S, 12 min. 

From R G W Depot via 2d S, 10th E, 5th S to Mt Olivet 
Cemetery, 12 min. 

From U P Depot via S & W Temple, 1st S, Main, 3d S, 1 
7th E, 9th S to Liberty Park, 10 min. 

From U C Depot via Main, S Temple, Eagle Gate, 1st, i 
A, 3d, B, 6th to Cemetery, 30 min. 

□ From 8th S via 2d W, 5th S, Main, S Temple, E, 3d, 
to Reservation, 10 min. 

Horse Cars, 20 min--From Main via 3d S to 5th W; 
from 1st S via*5th W to 4th N; from 1st S via 5th W, N i 
Temple to Jordan Bridge. 

WEST SIDE RAPID TRANSIT CO. 

From Main via 7th S, 2d W, 10th S, Main and Steven- i 
son Sts, Brighton, to El Dorado. Cars leave Main St 
7:15, 8:45, 10:15, 11:45 am, 1:30, 3, 4:30, 6:10 pm; leave 
Brighton 6:30, 8, 9:30, 11 am, 12:45, 2:15, 3:45, 5:15 pm, 1 

SALT LAKE RAPED TRANSIT CO. 

From Eagle Gate via 1st E to city limits. Lines build- : 
ing on First, 2d S, 7th S, 4th S and o thers projected. f 


DOLLS and GAMES. 


D.M.McAllister & Co. 

-72 Main St.- * 








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SURPLUS, $17,000 


CAPITAL $300,000. 

ij 

Directors: 

; F. H Auerbach, O. J. Salisbury, Frank H. Dyer, 

W. P. Noble, John J. Daly, Moylan C. Fox, 

Thos. Marshall, Geo. M. Downey, John W. Donnellan. 



SALT LAKE CITY. 


TEMPORARY OFFICE: - 

No. II EAST, FIRST SOUTH STREET. 


Early in 1891 will occupy its new quarters cor. Second 
South and Commercial Streets. 

The Finest Ban* Building in the West. 


THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL PAYS INTEREST 
on Time Certificates of Deposit. 

LETTERS OF CREDIT issued available in Principal 
Cities of the World. 

DRAFTS AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE on all principal 
cities in Europe and America bought and sold. 

TRANSFERS MONEY BY TELEGRAPH to all parts 
of the world. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION given to collections 
throughout Utah and adjoining states. 


OFFICERS: 

President. Vice-Prest. 

George M. Downey, W. P. Noble, 

2d Vice-President, Cashier, 

Thomas Marshall, John W. Donnel an 


[48 ] 


CHOZIEK & BERKLEY, 


-rDEALERS in staple and fine- 


poeepie, 


Our Specialty, 


Fine Teas and Coffee. 


TELEPHONE 274. 

263 S. MAIN STREET, 


T. K. Stevens, Prest. F. W. Gardiner, Sec. & Treas. 


K^iiy&Go. 


(incorporated.) 


Af Lithographers. Printers^y^^ 
— ■ Blank Book Mfr?. & 

^Commercial Statio ers 


COUNTY, LEGAL, RAILROAD AND BANKING 
WORK A SPECIALTY. 


( A Complete Line of ) ( See Our Samples and get ) 
■< Office Supplies Always > ) Figures before placing >• 
( in Stock. ) (Orders elsewhere. ) 


L ALL WORK GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY., 















[49 


Co-op. Wagon & Machine Co., 
/It^v twu —. 






Use Salt Lake Soap Co’s ‘Nickel Gem’ for the Laundry 


~ . Wagon & Machine Go 


"7'U" 

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@Ut 

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[55] 

Sole Agents for 
Bee^e Carts, California Concord Harness. 






‘Commercial’ Soap for the Toilet made by Salt Lake Soap C 






. Wagon 

$8 $' V’ 


[56] 

Co-op. ' Wagon & Machine Co , 







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;, Hard Water’ 


Toilet Soap made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 





Sole Agents for Russell & Go’s 
Threshers, Horse Powers and Automatic Engines. 


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‘Commercial” Soap for the Toilet made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 











■ 

‘Excelsior’ for the Laundry made by Salt'Lake g-o^VCo 









[ 60 ] 

Co-op. Wagon & 










Sole Agents for 

Beebe Carte, California Concord Harness. 



Use ‘‘Imperial ’ Soap for the Toilet made bv Salt Lake Soap Co.^ 



[ 62 ] 


Co-op. Wagon & .Machine Co 




Use ‘Eureka’ Toilet Soap made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 




[63 ] 

Sole Agents for the 

E. M. Miller and Other Standard Buggies. 





‘Red Gross’ for the Toilet n 


e by Salt Lake Soap Go. 


-op. 


T64 

Wagon & 


Machine 


Co. 


* 


■ 



Use Salk Lake Soap Co’s “White Rose - ’ for the Laundry 




Sole Agents for the 

)! E. M. Miller and Other Standard Buggies. 





t' 


Use “Eureka” Toilet Soap made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 




Co-op . 


[ 66 ] 

Wagon & Machine 


Ct 



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; 

| 

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Olive Queen’ Laundry Soap made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 




\ [67] 

£ola Agents for F. C. Aus i Manufacturing 
[ Company’s Well boring Machinery. 


Use Salt Lake Soap Co’s‘White Rose’ for the Laundry 


[ 68 ]’ . 


Co-op. Wagon & Machine Co., 


“Olive Queen” Laundry Soap made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 





[69l 

Sole Agents for 

Victor Scales, Whitman Hay Presses. 




««Kxc f'-T che Laundry marie >rv ; akc H <> 



Co-ov. 


[70] 

Wagon & Machine, 





Sole Agents for Common Sense 
Sleighs, Racine Spring Wagons. 



Use ‘Eureka’ Toilet Soap made by SaltUalce Soap Co. 





Co-op. Wagon & Machine 0 


‘Commercial” Soap for the Toilet made by 


Salt Lake Soap 







T 3 J 

>le Agents for F. C. Austin Manufacturing 
Company’s Well boring; Machinery. 



\ 


| xis« Salt Lake Soap Go’s “White Rose” lor the T auudry. 



Co-op. 


TT [74] 

Wago?i & Machine 


Co. 



S Commercial’ Soap for the Toilet made by Salt Lake Soap Go 




Sole Agents for 
Victor Scales, Whitman Hay Presses, 


! 




Salt'Lake Soap (Vs Splendid Castile Toilet Soap 



L76J 

Co-op. Wagon & Mac?une (1 


\ 


! Red Cross” for the Toiletmade by Salt Lake Soap Co. 






Sole Agents for Common Sense 
Sleighs, Racine Spring Wagons. 


se Salt Lake Soap Co’s “Nickel Gem" for the Laundry 



Co-op. 


m [78] 

Wagon & Machine, 


Co, 


f 

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[79] 

Sole agents for Common S^nse Sleighs, 
Racine Spring Wagp_ns. 








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Use Salt Lake Soap Co’s ‘White Rose’ for the Laundry.* 


Co-op. Wagon & Machine Co . 



I 


- Use'“Eureka” Toilet Soap made by Salt Lake Soap Co. 




[81 ] 


YILFORD WOODRUFF, B. H. SCHETTLER, 

Prest. Asst. Cashier, 

Zion$== 

Sai/iij0s 

=== Banl\ 


/tpdjnjst^ompapy. 


MRKTOIS: 

Wilford Woodruff, Prest. Geo. Q. Cannon, Yice-Prest 
Joseph F. Smith, Angus M. Cannon, 

l James Jack, LeGrande Young, 

, Thos. G. Webber, Cashier, George Reynolds, 

H. B. Clawson. 


5 Per Cent Interest Paid on 
Deposits* 


1-3-5 S. East Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 














[ 82 ] 

Hague Foundry 

Qrad iPaeSiBe ©0. 

Iron Founders and Machinists., 

MINING, 

MILLING and CONCENTRATING 
MACHINERY. 


424 W. FIRST SOUTH STREET.; 

TELEPHONE 314. 

T. K. STEVENS, Pres W. G. HAMPTON, Sec, ; 

M. C. GOJDBE Vice-Pres. A. A. MOULTON, TreasJ 

anb eJwccmhcacettt ${0 chic ! 

ELECTRIC MOTORS. 



Contractors for all I^inds 


of EleetPieal GCiopk. 

HOUSE WIRING AND SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. | 


CULMER BLOCK, 


Telephone 150. 


SALT LAKE CITY.; 

f 









Livery «fc fftRMT 
transfer, UllillU 


t 83 j ' 

BROS. CO. 


40-43-44 S. 

W. Temple St. 


Population of the State* and Territories. 



1890 

1880 


| 1890 

| 1880 

Alabama, - - 

15080731262505 

Nebraska, - - 

1056793 

452402 

Arizona, - - 

59691 

40440 

Nevada,- 

44327 

62266 

Arkansas, - - 

1125385 

802525 

NHampsh’e 

375827 

346991 

California, - 

1204002 

864694 

New Jersey, 

1441017 

1131116 

Colorado,- - 

410975 

194327 

New Mexico, 

144862 

119565 

Connecticut, 

745861 

622700 

New York, - 

5981934 

5082871 

Delaware, - - 

167871 

146608 

N Carolina, 

1617340 

1399750 

Distof Col,- 

229796 

177624 

N Dakota, - 

182425 

36909 

Florida,- 

390435 

269493 

Ohio,-' 

3666719 

3198062 

Georgia, - - 

1834366 

1542180 

Oklahoma, - 

61701 


Idaho,- 

84229 

32610 

Oregon,- 

312490 

174768 

Illinois,- 

3818536 

3077871 

Penn sylvan, - 

5248574 

4282891 

Indiana,- 

2189030 

1978301 

Rhode Isl’d,- 

345343 

276531 

Iowa,- 

1906729 

1624615 

S Carolina, - 

1147161 

995577 

Kansas- 

1423485 

996096 

S Dakota, - - 

327848 

98268 

Kentucky,- - 

1855436 

1648690 

Tennessee, - 

1763723 

1543359 

Louisiana,- - 

1116828 

939946 

Texas,- 

2232220 

1591749 

Maine,- 

660261 

648936 

Utah,- 

206498 

143963 

Maryland,- - 

1040303 

934943 

Vermont, - - 

332205 

332286 

Massachu,- - 

2233407 

1783085 

Virginia, - - 

1648911 

1512565 

Michigan,- - 

2089792 

1636937 

Washington, 

349516 

75116 

Minnesota, - 

1300017 

780773 

W Virginia, 

760448 

618457 

Mississippi, - 

1284887 

1131597 

Wisconsin, - 

1683697 

1315497 

Missouri, - - 

2677080 

2168380 

Wyoming, - 

60589 

20789 

Montana, - - 

131769 

39159 





The United States 1890, 62,480,480,540; 1880, 50,155,783. 


Utah’s Hineral Product. 


Year. 

Refined 

Lead. 

Unrefined 

Lead. 

Silver. 

Gold. 

Copper. 

1879 

$103,557 

$ 592,095 

$4,106,351 

$298,908 


1880 

144,624 

641,441 

4,029,501 

160,400 


1881 

145,495 

955,554 

5,503,762 

139,640 


1882 

410,690 

1,361,096 

6,114,874 

180,780 

$ 75,735 

1883 

161,527 

1,585,799 

4,984,939 

139,820 


• 1884 

169,434 

980,418 

6,123,047 

110,600 

6,337 

1885 


1,222,176 

6,211,596 

178,060 


f 1886 

9,667 

1,405,231 

5,860,837 

211,540 

144,453 

1887 

111,750 

1,196,788 

5,976,884 

227,740 

124,566 

1888 


1,203,313 

5,787,527 

277,770 

288,681 

1889 

89,662 

1,378,584 

6,656,254 

499,500 

206,679 

Total, 

$1,346,409 

$12,522,499 

$61,355,576 

$2,424,708 

$845,852 


Total product 11 years aggregates $78,495,045. 
-Production 1889 shows 73.1 per cent, increase over 1879. 


Total Produced Went of Missouri River Same Years . 


1878 

-- $81,154,622 

1884 - - 

- $ 84,975,954 

1879 

- - - 75,349,501 

1885 - • 

- - 90,181,260 

1880 

- - - - 80,167,936 

1886 - - 

- - 103,011,761 

1881 

- - - 84,504,417 

1887 - 

- - 104,645,959 

1882 

- 92,411,835 

1888 - - 

- - 114,341,592 

1883 

- - - 90,313,612 




Domestic Hardware. 00 "^ 5S5 f Co 































, iverv & GRANT BROS. CO. 40 - 42 - t4 s - 


Transfer, 


W. Temple St. 


U.S. Cities having over 40,000 Population. 


CITIES. 

1890 

1880 

New York City 

1513501 

1206299 

Chicago Ill - - 

1098576 

503185 

Philadelphia, - 

1044894 

847170 

Brooklyn,N Y - 

804377 

566663 

St Louis- 

460357 

350518 

Boston - 

446507 

362839 

Baltimore - 

434151 

332313 

San Francisco- 

297990 

233959 

Cincinnati - 

296309 

255139 

Cleveland - 

261546 

160146 

Buffalo - 

254457 

155134 

New Orleans - 

241995 

216090 

Pittsburg - 

238473 

156389 

Washington - - 

229796 

147293 

Detroit- 

205669 

116340 

Milwaukee - 

204156 

115587 

Newark - 

181518 

136508 

Minneapolis- - 

164738 

46887 

Jersey City - - 

163987 

120722 

Louisville - 

161005 

123758 

Omaha, - 

139526 

30518 

Rochester - 

138327 

89366 

St Paul- - - 

133156 

41473 

Kansas City - - 

132416 

55785 

Providence - - 

132043 

104857 

Indianapolis- - 

107445 

75056 

Denver - 

106670 

35629 

Allegheny - 

104967 

78682 

Albany - 

94640 

90758 

Columbus- 

90398 

51617 

Syracuse - 

87877 

51792 

New Haven - - 

85981 

62882 

Worcester- - - 

84536 

58291 

Scranton- 

83450 

45850 

Toledo-- 

82652 

50137 

Richmond- 

80838 

63600 

Paterson- 

78358 

51031 


CITIES. 


Lowell-- 

Nashville - - ■ 
Fall River - - ■ 
Cambridge - ■ 
Atlanta- 

Memphis-- 

Grand Rapids- 
Wilmington- - 

Troy- 

Reading- 

Dayton- 

Trenton- 

Camden- 

Lynn- 

Lincoln- 

Charleston - 

Hartford- 

St Joseph - - 
Evansville - 
Los Angeles- 
Des Moines - 
Bridgeport - 
Oakland - - - 
Portland- - - 
Saginaw - - - 
Salt Lake City 
Lawrence - - 
Springfield - 

Utica- 

Manchester - 

Seattle- 

Hoboken - - 
Savannah - - 

Peoria ■»- 

New Bedford - 
Harrisburg 
Somerville 


1890 11890 


77605;59475 

7630943350 


74351 

69837 

65514 

64586 

64147 

61437 

60605 

58926 

58868 

58488 

58274 

55684 

55491 

54592 

53182 

52811 

50674 

50394 

50067 

48856 

48540 

47294 

46215 

45025 

44559 

44164 

44001 

43983 

43914 

43561 

41767 

40758 

40705 

40221 

40117 


48961 
52669 
37409 
33592 
32016 
42478 
56747 
43278 
38678 
29919 
41659 
38274 
13765 
49984 
42015 1 
32431 : 
29280 ; 
11183 
22408 : 
27643 
34555 
17577 ; 
10525 ? 
20768 ; 
39151 
33340 < 
33914 
32630 j 
3533 i 
30999 ] 
30709 { 
29259 : 
26845 I 
30762 \ 
24933 


Population of the Principal Cities of the 


World by their 

London, - - 3,832,441 

Paris, - - 2,225,900 

Soo Choo, China, 1,500,000 
Canton, China, 1,300,000 

Peking, “ 1,300,000 

Berlin, - - 1,122,360 

Vienna,- - 1,020,770 

King-te-Ching, 1,000,000 

Chang Chow, 800,000 

Wo Chang, - 800,000 

Calcutta, - 794,685 

Bombay, - - 753,000 


i.a*t Census. 

Hang Chow, 
Constantinople, 
St. Petersburg, - 
Moscow, - 
Foo Chow, - 
Tokio, Japan, - 
Liverpool, - 
Glasgow, - 
Ning Po, 
Marleybone, - 
Naples, 

Hackney, - 


700,000 
700,000 
667,963 
601,969 
600,000 
595,905 
552,425 
511,532 
500,000 
498,311 
449,301! 
417,191 


££ Barton & Co. 


























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MARTIN pW|IDT, 



Tl* Tail 


or 


) 


pi^OC^ESJ BdICDIfKi, 

-MAIN STREET.- 

; & 

Salt Lake City, - - Utah. 


P. O. Box 585. 


GBAST yfok CO. A’a.S. 

Points of f^aw on Common subjects. 

It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. 

An uncashed check is no payment. 

Ignorance of the law excuses no one. 

The acts of one partner bind all the others. 

Agents are responsible to their principals for errors. 

The law compels no one to do impossibilities. 

An agreement without consideration is void. 

A receipt foAnoney. paid is not legally conclusive. 

Special partners not liable beyond their contribution. 

Altering a note in any manner by the holder makes it 
void. 

If a note is lost or stolen it does not release the 
maker; he must pay the debt. 

Each individual of a partnership is responsible for 
the whole amount of the firm’s debts. 

If the tiihe of payment of a note is not inserted it is 
held to be payable on demand. 

The loss falls on the bank paying a forged or raised 
check. 

It is unsafe to buy a negotiable instrument past due; 
the purchaser takes it subject to any equities which may 
exist in favor of the maker. 

The obligations and responsibilities of sleeping car 
companies are very similar to those of hotel keepers. 

Common carriers have a lien Upon the goods or bag¬ 
gage they carry for their compensation, but are also 
responsible for loss or injury to the goods or persons in ; 
their care, whether such loss or injury occurs through 
their fault or not, except it occur through the fault of 
the person injured. Carriers are not responsible for 
baggage not delivered into their care. 

The law of finding is that the finder has a clear title . 
against everyone but the owner. The occupant or 
owner of the premises where the article was found has 
no right to demand it, nor in the absence of statutory 
provision, have the police. Again if the finder lose the j 
article and it be found again he may reclaim it from the ■ 
last finder. ^ 

A hotel keeper may refuse to receive or he may eject) 
a person who is drunk, disorderly or afflicted with con¬ 
tagious disease. He has a lien upon the personal ] 
property brought into the hotel by the guest, but he is j 
responsible for loss, damage or injury to the persons 
and property of the guest in his care, which may occur 
through his own acts or negligence or those of his ser¬ 
vants or other guests. However, contributory negli¬ 
gence on the part of the guest sustaining loss or injury j 
will exonerate the hotel keeper. Transients only are 
guests and not regular boarders. 

Pedestrians on the road or street crossings have no' 
prior right of way over passing vehicles; both must use, 
proper care to avoid an accident. 

On the road every person must exercise reasonable 
care to prevent collisions and a cciden ts, whether o thers 

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Telephone No. 211. 

lo so or not. Negligence on the part of no person will be 
excused by the negligence, ignorance or perversity of 
>thers. However, a person lawfully using a public 
lighway may assume that others will exercise ordinary 
>,are. In general, vehicles meeting should bear to the 
ight. Going in the same direction the vehicle in ad¬ 
vance is entitled to the road, where passage alongside is 
Practicable; when not practicable the foremost should 
field an equal share of the road. Light vehicles must 
field the road to loaded ones and a traveler’s equipage 
aust be in good condition. 

Interest. Table. 

On $1 at various rates for various periods of time. 

EXAMPLE--Suppose you wish to find the exact inter¬ 
est on $567.13 for 7 years 7 mos and 17 days at 7 per 
l>er cent. By examining the table you find the interest 
>n $1 for 4 years = .28 and for 3 years .21. Adding the 
wo gives you the interest for 7 years. In the same way 
y ou find the interest for 4 mos = .02333 and for three 
aonths .01750 or .04083 for 7 mos. In similar manner 
he interest for 10 days and for 7 days = the interest for 
7 days or .00330. Adding these amounts together will 
;ive the interest on $1 for the required time or .52413. 
Multiply this by the principal $567.13 and the result will 
'how the exact interest for the required time to be 
302.9211469 or by omitting the superfluous decimals 
qo 


,12 i 

ii 

6 i 

Ygars. 

io i 

8 io 

5 i 

12 

.07 

.06. 

1 

.10 

.08 

.05 

24 

.14 

.12 

2 

.20 

.16 

.10 

36 

.21 

.18 

3 

.30 

.24 

.15 

48 

.28 

.24 

4 

.40 

.32 

.20 

60 

.35 

.30 

5 

Months. 

.50 

.40 

.25 

01 

.00583 

.005 

1 

.00833 

.00666 

.00416 

02 

.01166 

.010 

2 

.01666 

.01333 

.00833 

03 

.01750 

.015 

3 

.02500 

.02000 

.01250 

.04 

.02333 

.020 

4 

.03333 

.02666 

.01666 

05 

.02916 

.025 

5 

.04166 

.03333 

.02083 

06 

.03500 

.030 

6 

Days. 

.05000 

.04000 

.02500 

00033 

.00019 

.00016 

1 

.00027 

.00022 

.00013 

00066 

.00038 

.00033 

2 

.00055 

.00044 

.00027 

30100 

.00058 

.00050 

3 

.00083 

.00066 

.00041 

00133 

.00077 

.00066 

4 

.00111 

.00088 

.00055 

00166 

.00097 

.00083 

5 

.00138 

.00111 

.00069 

,302 00 

.00116 

.00100 

6 

.00166 

.00133 

.00083 

30233 

.00136 

.00116 

7 

.00194 

.00155 

.00097 

00266 

.00155 

.00133 

8 

.00222 

.00177 

.00111 

00300 

.00175 

.00150 

9 

.00250 

.00200 

.00125 

00333 

.00194 

.00166 

10 

.00277 

.00222 

.00138 

30666 

.00388 

.00333 

20 

.00555 

.00444 

.00277 

91000 

.00583 

.00500 

30 

.00833 

.00666 

.00417 


p.M. McAllister & Co. 72 Main St. 
















(88 ) 

The 

Securityv-flbstraet-:- Go. 

-:) makes (:- 

^ABSTRACTS OF TITLED 

To any Real Estate in Salt Lake County with 
Dispatch and Accuracy. 

We are the only Company showing Witnesses 
and Place, Name and Capacity of officer 
taking Acknowledgment. We certify as 
to judgments and Taxes. We show all 
irregularities. We invite inspection of our 
system. We guarantee satisfaction. 


OFFICE in BASEMENT DESERET NAT’L 
BANK BUILDING. 

TELEPHONE No. 91. - - - J. C. JENSEN, Manager. 


— SALT LAKE—- 

©|je (iJorBs, 

THOMAS McKELVIE, Proprietor . 


Gents’ Silk Shirts and Flannel Suits Cleaned to Look Like ! 
New; Ladies’ Clothes Cleaned and Dyed ; Gents’ j 
Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired. 

Office in Knitting Factory, 25 W. 1st South St 

Works: Martin’s Alley, SALT LAKE CITY. 


Hoock Oawsop, 

15 W. FIRST SOUTH. 


I§e6t Ilou6e to Buu 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

LAMPS. 










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Transfer, GRANT BROS. CO- W. Temple St. 

Bdsii)es$ Directory 

OF 

SAIy T IvAKE CITY. 

Final numbers in black letter are Telephone numbers. 


ABSTRACT OF TETLE. . / 

SECURITY ABSTRACT CO THE, Main cor 1st S, 91 (See 
Page 88) 

Inter-Mountain Abstract Co, 232 Main 

Salt Lake Abstract, Title Guaranty & Trust Co, 265 Main 

ACCOUNTANTS. 

Browne Harry R, 251 Main 
Marzetti A A, 410 W 2d S 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

CO-OP WAGON & MACHINE CO, 114 S 1st E, 120 (See 
Page 125) 

Consolidated Implement Co, 160 S 1st E, 118 
Lowe Geo A,T33 S 1st E, 31 
Osborne D M & Co, 164 S W Temple 
Streeper Wm H & Son, 107 E 2d S 

ARCHITECTS. 

Apponyi C E, 141 S 2d E 
Becker Fred W, 121 S 5th W 
Burgess Solon & Co, 234 Main 

CARROLL & KERN, 33 W 1st S, 331 (See Page 93) 

Costerisan G F, 107 Wasatch bldg 

Dallas & Hedges, 605 Progress bldg 

Hale Fred A, 90 Wasatch bldg 

Hansen Julius, 55 E 2d S 

Harrison & Nichols 15 Kimball blk 

Kletting R K A, 49 Main, 3C4S 

La Belle C H, 16 E 1st S 

Monheim Henry, 151 Main 

Reeve B J, 105 Wasatch bldg 

Sherman N Albert, 6 Herald bldg 

THOMPSON & WEIGEL, 129 Main (See page 93) 

Ware W E, 41 Wasatch bldg 
White A E, 410 Progress bldg . 

Young J D C, S Temple s e cor Main 

ART AND FANCY GOODS. 

Boston Art Rooms, 40 W 2d S 
Cumings Mrs S O B, 47 W 2d S 
Marzetti Mrs A M, 410 W 2nd S 
Savage Chas R, 12 Main 
Webster Miss Sophia, Scott-Auerbach bldg 
ASSAYERS. 

Bishop & Currie, 159 Main 

Conklin Sampling Works The, 128 Main, 493 


GEN TS’ FURN/SN/NGS, 





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Picnic Parties Accommodated 


only by 


A S S A Y E R S— Continued. 

Hodges W A, 121 Main 
Horn & Markland, 126 Main 
McVicker John, 150 Main 
Scott & Anderson, 218 Main, 315 
Steward W G M, 115 Main 
Union Assay Office, 131 Main. 

AUCTION & COMMISSION. 

Andrews & Reinsimar 111 Main 

BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS. 

Ball S F & Co, 24 Main, 453 
Deseret Bakery, 57 Main 
Doyle Jas & Co, 4 E 3d S 
Gebhart Geo, 126 W 1st S, 53 
Idaho Bakery, 43 E 2d S, 330 
Olsen Chas, 57 E 1st S 
Rix Christian, 50 W 2d S 
Scrace Edward, 10 Main 

BANKS & BANKERS. 

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, 232 Main 
Bank of Commerce, 34 W 2d S 

COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK, 2d S cor Commer¬ 
cial [temporarily 11 E 1st S], 455 (See page 47) 
Deseret National Bank, 79 Main, 400 
Deseret Savings Bank The, 79 Main, 400 
Jones T R & Co, 161 Main, 188 
McCORNICK & CO, 150 Main, 108 
National Bank of the' Republic The, 141 Main. 500 
Salt Lnke City Clearing House, 13 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
STATE BANK OF UTAH TH£, 60 Main, 358 (See 
Page 4) 

Union National Bank The, Main n w cor 2d S 


UTAH COMMERCIAL & SAYINGS BANK, 24 E 1st S 
(See Page 42) 

-Utah National Bank, s w cor Main and 1st S, 333 
Utah Title Ins & Trust Co, Savings Bank 68 W 2d S, 430 ■ 
Wells, Fargo & Co’s Bank, 125 Main, 170 
ZION’S SAYINGS BANK AND TRUST CO, 1 Main \ 
(See Page 81) 

BARBERS’ SUPPLIES. 

Candrian H A, 105 E 1st S 

BASKET MANUFACTURERS'. 

Hindmarsh Thos, s w cor 6th W and 6th S 
Oloranshaw T, 568 W 6th S 

BATHS. 

Anderson E L, 27 Commercial 

Beck’s Hot Springs, 3*4 miles n of city, 433 

Natatorium The, 26 S W Temple 

Rice Jacob E, 68 W 3d S 

WARM SPRINGS, es 2d W bdt 7th & 8th N(SeePage 37) 

BILL POSTERS. 

Salt Lake City Bill Posting & Advertising Co, 228 W 2d S| 
BOILER MAKERS. 

Garrick & Holmes, rear 149 W f N Temple 
Haynes & Son, 243-245 W S Temple 


Architects’. Supplies at 





jj-rant Bros’ ^kn 1 '^. Coach. 

BOOKS, STATIONERY, PERIODICALS, 

Cannon Geo Q & Sons, 24 E S Temple 
telly & Co, 46 W 2d S, 349 

JcALLISTER DUNCAN M & CO, 72 Main (Wholesale 
also) 459 (See Bottom Lines) 

(largetts Bros, 76 Main 
Parsons C H, 164 Main, 333 
Randolph B F, 263 Main 
laybould Wm F, 172 Main 

BOOTS & SHOES WHOLESALE & MNFRS. 

>ird & Walters, 676 W N Temple 
olomon Bros, 70 Main 

IC M I, 21 to 31 Main, 363 (See Page opp Title) 
BOOTS & SHOES RETAIL. 

Jder Geo A & Son, 31 E 1st S 
American Clothing & Shoe Co, 120 Main 
Jaker T J, 52 W 2d S 

>UNFORD GEO, 66 E 1st S (See Page 16) 

Edwards, J C, 13 W 1st S 
lirschman Jerome, 106 Main 
lobinson Bros, 49 W 1st S 
olomon Bros, 70 Main 
pencer & Kimball, 169 Main, 183 
BREWERIES. 

'alifornia Brewery, office 64 E 1st S, 318 
’isher Brewing Co, office 109 Main, 365 
alt Lake City Brewing Co, 471-481 S 10th E 17 
tltah Brewery, 217 N 2d W 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Atwood Frank, Murray 
Atwood W H, Murray 
fAwood & Morris, Francklyn 
Akinson Thomas J, 1050 E 4th S 
3rain Edward, cor U & 4th 

firowne & Bridge, Co Road & 1st S, w of Jordan river 
drunker Charles, Mill Creek 
‘iusby, Son & Co, 413 S 9th E 
)orsey & Mines, Mill Creek 
)u nchee & Eno, 8th W bet 5th and 6th S 
Enterprise Brick Co 4 E 3d S 
rwin & Buse, -2 Hardware bldg 
ensen Henry, n w cor 10th W & 10th S 
jarsen Carl, 3d E, bet 9th & 13th S 
jlarsh Bros, 9th bet L & M 
)llo Thomas H, Ridgeland 
)lsen & Golden Co, 7th S cor'lOth E 1 
lichen James, Big Cottonwood 
standard Red Brick Co, 49 Wasatch bldg 
.'UDDENHAM W J & CO, 29 S W Temple, 510 (See 
Page 4) 

Williams & Hussey, Parley’s Creek 
BROKERS, 
foren A C & Co, 24 E 1st S • 

>avis J M, 66 W 2d S 

(IcCARRICK EDWARD, 240 Main_ 

1 M Mn Si 





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iXS.f. GBAHT BROS. CO. 


40-12-44 ». 

W. Temple St 


BROKERS—MERCHANDISE. 

Bailey & Waterman, 23 W 2d S 
Collins W R & Co, 63 W 2d S 
Conway & Simmons, 63 E 2d S 
Geoghegan Joseph, 312 Progress bldg, 500 
Meegan & Harding, 37 S W Temple 
Weaver R S, room 1, 74 E 1st S 
Woodcock C P, 56 Scott-Auerbach big, 40*1 
BROKERS-MINING. 

Cullins Geo, 46 W 2d S 
Davis Joseph, 247 Main 
Fox M C, 11 E 1st S 
James Wm F, 172 Main 

Mackintosh Richard, 302 Progress bldg, la A 
Meears Geo A, 4 Culmer blk 
Salisbury O J, 161 Main 
Shaughnessy Michael, 49 Main 

BROKERS - MlNiNG & REAL ESTATE. 
Barret W L, 9 W 2d S 
Bynon E M, 47 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Conklin J C, 20 Wasatch bldg 
Craw E L & Co, 234 Main 
Froiseth B A M & Co, 76 E 2d S 
Lapham Wm & Co, 109 S W Temple 
Simpson Alex & Co, 204 Progress bldg 
Varney & Matthews, 239 Main 
Woolley A D, 153 Main 
Watts J H, 9 W 2d S 

BROKERS-R. R. TICKET. 

Douford H & Co, 63 W 2d S 
Gifford F B & Co, 230 Main 
Gillespie James K, 240 Main 
Groshell Oscar, 217 Main 
Sears & Co, 209 Main 
Trainor J C, 113 Main 

BROOM MANUFACTURERS. 

Utah Broom Co, W 9th N, near U P Ry 

BRUSH MANUFACTURERS. 

Miles W H, 68 Commercial ^^ 

BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 
Columbia Building & Loan Assn, 48 Culmer blk 
National Bldg & Loan Assn of S L City The, 251 Mam 
Pioneer Loan & Homestead Assn, 6 Wasatch bldg 
Salt Lake Bldg & Loan Assn, 232 Main 
Utah Loan & Bldg Assn, 150 Main 
Zion’s Benefit Building Society, Herald bldg 

BUSINESS COLLEGES. . 

Salt Lake Business College, s w cor Mam and lstS 
CARPENTERS CONTRACTORS, BUILDER 
Allen Orson, 830 First * 

Allen Wm L N, jr, 24 I 
Ashton Edward T, 633 W 1st S 
Baker Richard, 50 S 11 E - 
Baldwin John H, w s 1st W bet 9th & 10th S 


Boggs Geo & Co, 157 1st E 









.Off. CARROLL. 


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M. D. KERN. 


CARROLL & KERN, 






^Superi^bepdepb^^ 


33 W. FIRST SOUTH ST., 

-. O. Box 664. SALT LAKE CITY 

F. cn. mH ight, 

©Affifflllltts 

^or> trac bor^Build^r ? 

COMMERCIAL BLOCK, 

?1 E. Second South, Cor Commercial 


L. THOMPSON. 


S. J. WEIGEL. 


T^O/npSOfl 9 U/EICi^C, 


Practical Ar^ilecls 

Designs for all Classes of Buildings on file and 
furnished on application. 

Stone Buildings & Fronts a Specialty. 










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STYLISH TURNOUTS and RIGS at 


CARPENTERS, ETC -Continued. 
Callaghan John, 25 S 11th E 
Chamberlain Eichard, 142 E 5th S 
Christiansen Joseph, E Temple bet 1st & 2d North 
Clements Joseph, 809 First 
Cushing G E, 764 E S Temple 
Decker Geo L, 1072 E 3rd S 
Devine & Eobinson, rear 17 W*S Temple 
Douse & Co, 702 E 4th S 
Dowlin J C, 223 W 1st S 
Druce Edgar W, 506 E 1st S 
Druce John, 506 E 1st S 
Ellis George S, 320 S Main 
Evans Page M, 215 S 3d W 
Farnum Building Co, 110 Wasatch bldg 
Fields Charles E, 749-751 S 1st E 
Firman D E, 571 S 2d W 
Folsom H D, 22 S 1st W 
Gaby Will D, 152 W 1st S 
Golightly Thomas, e s 1st E bet 5th & 6th S 
Green E F, 772 S 6th E 
Greene John, 128 N 1st E 
Hancock Charles E, 144 W 2d S 
Hefty Samuel, 725 S 1st W 
Hickok B E, 161 Main 
Jay & Black, 328% Main 
King Henry, -Lincoln Park 
Kinney A E, 9 Wasatch bldg 
Langton Edward, e s 9th E bet 9th & 14th S 
Larson Charles A, 136 H 
Lloyd Thomas K, 28 E 3d S 
McCarroll Eobert, care Kahn Bros, 131 Main 
McCoy W W, 133 W 4th S 
McDonald & Chase, 162 E 1st S 
McKenzie Murdoch, 462 S W Temple 
McKillican Wm H, 108 Wasatch bldg 
McKinney Wm P, 141 E 1st S 
McLachlan Wm, 462 S W Temple 
Mayhew Walter F & Co, 87 Plum 
Mortensen Louis C, 920 W 1st S 
Mullholland David, 705 Fourth 
Nelson Karl M, Jeremy St 
Nelson Eobert, 844 W 3d S 
Openshaw Joseph, 37 H 
Parker H W & Co, 21 S 2d W, 255 
Parry David E, 606 W 1st S 
Perry John A, res 3d W near 8th S 
Pickering Willard E, 687 Fourth 
Pinkus Henry, 73 W 2d S 
Potter W S, 53 Commercial 
Price Lorensen, 2d E cor 9th S 
Eaybould George H, 645 S W Temple 
Eeamer & Meredith, 144 S 6th W 
Eedfield Homer E, 657 S 1st W 


Eobinson and Sjoblom, 174 W 1st S 









Transfer, GRANT BROS. CO- W. Temple St. 

fCAR RENTERS, CONTRACTORS - Continued! 

Rose Frederick W, rear 536 S 1st W 
Saville Jesse, 734 S W Thmpie 
: Sheldon S G, Busby ave, bet 2nd and 3d E 
iSimon Benjamin. 1105 E 5th S 
Sloan J W, 110 Wasatch bldg 
iSmeltzer Sylvanus B. 523 W 1st S 
Bmith Aaron, Rio Grande ave 
jjSnell John, 573 S 1st W • 
iSugden Wm. 3 N 7th W 

Sullivan & McDonald, office opp Walker House 
[Totman House Building Co, cor N Temple and 2d W 
!Wetzel Edward, 476 W 6th S 
Wiesner & Spencer, office 110 Wasatch bldg 
Wolcott George, w s 1st E bet 5th and 6th S 
Wright A R. 333 Third 
WRIGHT F M, 21 E 2d S (See Page 93) 

CARPET CLEANING WORKS, 
j > L Steam Carpet W’ks, Hazel bet S Temple & 1st S 472 
Whitehead Leo S, 40 Union, also feather renovating 
CARRIAGE REPOSITORIES. 
10-OPERATIVE WAGON & MACHINE CO, 114 to 128 
S 1st E, 120 (See Page 125) 

>tudebaker Bros Mnfg Co, 33-35 Main, 306 

CARRWISE & WAGON MAKERS. 
30-OPERATIVE WAGON & MACHINE C, 114 to 128 S 
1st E, 120 (See Page 125) 

Folsom W B, 219 W S Temple 

Clippie Phil, 144-148 W 2d S, 237 

.owe G A, 133 S 1st E, 31 

lalquist Bros, s s Olive e of Commercial 

lidgley J H, 123 E 2d S 

fleder Philip, 156 S 1st E, 446 

>blad & Knight, 115 E 2d S 

•eck J A, 111 N 1st W 

'uzey Henry, n s Olive, e Commercial 

„ CASKET MANUFACTURERS, 
rtah Coffin & Casket Factory, 253 E 1st S, 70 
r ^ CHEMISTS. 

[irsching Henry, 24 W 2d S 
1AT , CHEMICAL WORKS, 
alt Lake Chemical Works, North Salt Lake 
^ ^ CHIMNEY SWEEPS, 

hlstrom J F, 247 E 1st S 
owler Wm, 175 E 

IDER MANUFACTURERS & WHOLESALE. 

ewlett Bros, 744 S 1st E, 405 
Dhnson C A & Co, under St Elmo Hotel 
, 0 CIGARS -WHOLESALE. 

ulop D L & Co, 161 Main 
auer Julius, 115 Main 
reenewald A E, 229 Main 
euer C J, 158 W 1st S 
ickson G A 22 E 1st S 
bvy Sam, 171 Main, 


£. C. Coffin Hardware Co. 


117 

Main St 






[ 96 '] 


Excursion Parties should Hin 


E;—Continued, 


CIGARS, WHOLESALE 

Nielsen L G, 135 E 4th S 
Paul L M, 51 E 7th S 
Roqueta S & Co, 61 W 1st S 
Stebbins C L, 267 Main 
W altenspiel T C, 72 E 1st S 

CLOTHING—MNFRS & WHOLESALE 

Cutler JC & Bro, 36 Main, 187 __ . 

Z C M I (overalls and underwear) 21 to 31 Mam, 84< 
(See Page opp Title) • _ 

CLOTHING & GENTS’ FURNISHINGS. 
American Cloth & Shoe Co, 120 Main 
BARTON & CO, 43-45 Main (See Bottom Lines) 
Gardner J P, 141 Main 
Goldsmith & Co, 61-65 Main 
Lipman, Wallerstein & Co, 175 Main 
Longmore Wm, 53 W 1st S 
Friedman E M & Co, 39 Main 
Hardman W & Son, 68 E 1st S 
Mullett G & Co, 216 Main 
Model M & Son, 73 Main 
Nathan S J, 151 Main 
O’Reilly E, 210 Main 
Schas Marks, 62 Main 
Waldron R S, 46 Main 

COAL, WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 

Coal Department U P Ry, 201 Main, 240 

HOME COAL CO, 22 E 1st S, 295 (See Page 29) 

Lackawanna Coal Co, 59 W'asatch bldg 

Pleasant Valley Coal Co, 41 Scott-Auerbach bldg,§59 

Rock Springs Coal Co, 101 Main, 49 

Williams A L, 209 Main, 479 

COAL, RETAIL. 

Cowling P C, 53 Commercial 
Foot Frank Coal Co The, 153 Main 
Furster John B, 120 N Main 
Harris Thomas, 147 S V T Temple 
Watson J C & Bros, 66 Main, lO 

COLD STORAGE. 

Mountain Ice & Cold Storage Co, 54 E 2d S, 48 

COLLECTION AGENTS. 

American Collecting Agency of Utah, 236 Mam 
Bowman Isaac, 524 E 2d S 
Darke S W, 6 & 7 Culmer blk 

Merchants’ Coll & Detect Agency, 63 Wasatch bldg * 
Retailers’ Coll & Protec Agency, 11 Scott-Auerbach b} 
Sibley A B, 765 W 7th S 

COMMERCIAL AGENCIES. 
Broadstreet Mercantile Agency, Union blk 
Bristol Mercantile Agency, 279 Main 
Dun R G & Co, 502 Progress bldg, 197 
Wilber Mercantile Agency, 9-10 Wasatch bldg 
COMMISSION—PRODUCE. 

Hanson Produce Co The, 68 S W Temple, 824 
Hines E G & Co, 273 Main, 47*1 


CKUdren’sCLOTHING, WS 







4 


Celebrated RAYMOND COACH. 

COiVIMlSSION—PRODUC E— Continued. 
Mi(\and Merchandise Co, 244 W S Temple 
Peo\le’s Forwarding Co, 24 E 2d S, £57 
TayU E Y & T E, 155 W S Temple, 311 
Utah Poultry Co The, 122 W 2d S, 79 

COMMISSION—FRUIT AND PRODUCE. 
Hyde A, Griffin Co, 47 Main, i£G 
McGrath Joseph P, 32 W 1st S 
Roy & Ck H6 W 1st S, £54 
Stevensor A W & Co, 258 Main, £99 
WASATCR COMMISSION HOUSE, 15-19 Broadway, 
5€5 (tee Page 16) 

Webster, Himebaugh & Co, 143 W 2d S, 3£7 
CONFECTIONER MNFRS .AND WHOL. 

Arbogast & Tiumbo Co, 108 Main, Retail also, 135 
Brooks & Beattie, 64 Main 
Kolitz Louis, 7^ W 1st S 
McDonald James G & Co, 568 Main 
TUCKETT H A CANDY CO THE, 848 E 1st S, 5££ 
(SeePage 111) 

CONTRACTORS-BRICK i) & STONE. 

Duvall & Mills, 96 Wasatch bldg 
Freebairn Archibald, 426 W 7th S 
Konkle Frank & Bro, res 230 W 7th S 
McDonald Daniel, 4th W cor 5th S 
McGilvray & Crow, 5th W bet 3d & 4th S 
Nink Andrew, 1009 E 2d S 
Sherriff John & Co, 3d S cor 5th W 
TUDDENHAM W J & Co, 29 S W Temple, 510 (See 
Page 4) 

„ CONTRACTORS-GENERAL. 

(Morns Elias, 21 W S Temple, 3H7 
TUDDENHAM W J & Co, 29 S W Temple, 510 (See 
Page 4) 

Watson Bros, 77 W S Temple 
VVRIGHT F M, 21 E 2d S (See Page 93) 

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Condie Peter S, 554 S 3d W 
Irvine Wm, 543 W 3d S 
Pitts Joseph, 445 W 5th S 
Watson Alexander, 474 S 3d W 
Watson Robert, 765 N 2d W 

CONTRACTORS-MINING. 

Tones & Jacobs, 49 Main 

CONTRACTORS-PAVING. 

Vilen & Unger, 524 W 2d S 
Benson Bent T, 747 N 2d W 
Grant John & Co, 269 Main 
Holmes & Son, 2 Rear 34 W 2d S 

■ . „ CONTRACTORS-RAILROAD. 

Sllis, Evans, & Palmer P O Box 411 
Kilpatrick Bros & Collins, Scott-Auerbach bldg 
sdcBride John J, room 47 St Elmo Hotel 
lullivan James W, n e cor G & 2d 


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SPORTING GOODS, 

Guns, Revolvers, Ammunition. 


BICYCLES, 

TRICYCLES. 

VELOCIPEDES. 


FishingTack/e. BaseBallGoods 

©OG^EIP (©UTLE^Y, F^AZO^S 

Strops, Butcher Knives, 
German Steels. 


Sportsmen’s Clothing, Tents, 

Thomson Boots, Gum Boots 


FIELD & OPERA GLASSES 

Gun St Bicycle l^epaiiung 
Liocksmithing. 

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_ wORNICE WORKERS-GALV. IRON. 

FamVus Cornice Works, Office 10 E 2d S 
Frick^ Carl Louis, cor Hamilton & Washington 
Spencer, Bywater & Co, 111 E 1st S, 489 
Westein Cornice Works, Office 71 Calmer blk, 511 
CRACKER MANUFACTURERS. 

[Eagle Ciacker ^Manufacturing Co, 720 S 2d W, 334 
UTAH CRACKER FACTORY, 27 E 3d S, 174, (See 
Page \06) 

a in 5 t? ^ CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. 

Alff Rudolph, 140 Main, lOl 

HOOCK & CkAWSON, 15 W 1st S (See Page 88) 

Little, Rounds & Co, 54 Main, 394 

Bischof C W, llg Main ENT,STS ’ 

Bradley A L, 70 Culmer blk 
Chapman, Whytock & Tripp, 204 Progress bldg 
Cartwright & Kramer, 41 W 2d S 
Clawson S H, 62 Main 
Clawson T A, 47 E 1st S 
[Cunford & Ellerbeck, 140 Main 
ft dr edge Hiram H, 174 N 3d W 
tfreene W C, 63 E 2d S 
Iris wold H H, 19 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
ilappy Hour Dental Co, 111 Wasatch bldg 
I lodges W H, 31 W 1st S 
i :eysor J B, 162 Main 
Fichols F C, Union blk 
'eak A A, 24 E 1st S 
tiehl & Creighton, 56 W 2dS 
homas Jenkyn, Herald bldg 
illman Wm M, 172 Main 
jolhurst C E, 107 Main 
( andersluis GA, 31 W 1st S 
lincent F A, 326 Main 
ffiitney & Bucher, 21 W 2d S 

, a4 . DENTISTS’ SUPPLIES. 

lawson Stanley H, 62 Main 

f . T DETECTIVE AGENCIES. 

ranks’ S L Criminal Detective Bureau 25, Wasatch bldg 
erchants’ Collection & Detective Agency, 42 E 2d S 

Mvbt directory PUBLISHERS. 

?lk R L & Co, Room 6, Herald bldg 

E , DRAYING. 

ewlett George, 734 S 1st E 
tman Wm, 2d S n w cor Main 
,ms Joseph, 115 W 4th S 
faith & Co, 16 E 1st S 

^ DRUGS—WHOLESALE & RETAIL 

)dbe-Pitts Drug Co, 101 Main, 140 
lith A C & Co, 179 Main, 238 
C M I, 114 Main, 148 

)BERTS & NELDEN,234-236 Main, 235 (See Page 25) 
ismon Scarif Co, 50 E 1st S 
j ue hl & Franken, s e cor Main & 3d S 


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DRUGS—WHOLESALE & RETAIL— Conthued. 

Hollander Aladar, 144 Main 

Holman Wm P, 242 W 1st S 

Hoover D B & Co, 164 Main 

Johnson Pratt & Co, 48 Main 

Moore, Alien & Co, 122 Main, 242 

O’Conner & Shaffer, 258 Main, 331 % 

Palace Drug Store, 257 Main 
Reger J W & Co, 513 E 3d S 
Sam Wing, 26 Commercial 
Seclor Frederick P, 532 E 2d S 
Turngren Daniel, 79 E 2d S, 76 

DRY GOODS-WHOLESALE. 

Auerbach F & Bro, 144 Main, 191 

Clawson, Spencer & Co, e s Broadway n of 1st S, 375 
Teasdel S P, 132 Main, 194 
Z C M I, 21-31 Main 376 , (See Page opp Title) 

DRY GOODS—RETAIL. 

Cohn Bros, 118 Main, 146 
Desky Bros, 124 W 2d S 
Groesbeck & Houghton, 124 Main 
Kellner S, 205 Main, 359 
Simon Bros, 21 W 1st S, 415 
Waldron R S, 46 Main 

DRY GOODS CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, 
BOOTS SHOES, ETC. 

Alexander D & Co, 68 Main ; 

Auerbach F & Bro, 144 Main, 191 
Champeny F G, 44 E 2d S 
Hardy, Young & Co, 28 Main, 393 
PEOPLE’S EQUITABLE CO-OP ASS’N, 7 Main, 402 
(See Page 29) | 

Teasdel S P, 132 Main, 194 
Thomas R K, 26 E 2st S 

Walker Bros & Fyler Co The, 176 Main, 227 
Western Shoe & Dry Goods Co, 51 Main ‘ 

Z C M I, 21-31 Main, 376 , (See Page 2) 

DYERS & SCOURERS. 

Krause Nicholas, 3d W bet 8th & 9th N 
SALT LAKE STEAM DYE WORKS, 25 W 1st S (Se 
Pege 88) 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. 

Trent S Y, 7 W 2d S 

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. 

Edison’s General Electric Co, 49 E 1st S, 6 » 
Inter-Mountain Electric Co The, Broadway, 354 , 

UNITED ELECTRIC CO THE, 26 E 1st S, Culmer B1J 1 
150 , (See Page 82) 

ELECTRO PLATING. 

Novelty Manufacturing Co, 61 E 3d S Is 

EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. 

California Employment Agency, 205 S 1st E f 

Colton J D & Co, 219 Main j 8 

McEwan Mrs Isabella, 69 W 1st S | f 

Martin & Smith, 66V 2 S W Temple__j ! 

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EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 

Murphy Jeremiah, 218 Main 
Rock i Mountain Bureau of Labor, 63 W 2d S, 450 
Salt Lake Employment Co, 203 S W Temple 
Union Headq’rs & Labor Ex, 48 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
ENGINEERS-CIVIL, HYDR & MINING. 
iBreckon\J E, 407 Progress bldg 
iBrowne & Brooks, 49 Main 
■Burton L G, 49 Main 
(Bynon Ed-v* M, 48 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Haviland & Denby, 614-615 Progress bldg 
Hirsching Henry, 24 W 2d S 
jKoeber E W, 44 W 2d S 
.Luce Joseph, 29 S 5th E 
Palmer O A, 49 S Main, 80 
Smith C P, 70 Calmer blk 
Stevenson Charles T, 49 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Trent L C, 7 W2dS, 349 

Treweek Nicholas, 49 Scott-Auerbach bldg, 378 
i Wilder E B, 159 Main 
Wilkes Edmund, 74 E 1st S 

ENGINEERS-CIVIL & SURVEYING, 
lietnchs Carl, 39 Main 
i lor emus A F, City Hall 
'’ox Jesse W Jr, 62 Main 
lorlinski Robert, 11 & 12 74 E 1st S 
tibbs Gideon A, 62 Main 
ones & Jacobs, 49 Main 
oseph Henry, 126 Main 

LcAllister J D H, 49 Main 4 

IcCartney Henry M, Deseret Bank bldg 

TcCormick & Severance, 60 Wasatch bldg 

Cack M J, 607 Progress bldg 

[ackie S F, 10, 115 Main 

iratt & Breckon, 129 Main 

alomon F & Son, 68 Wasatch bldg 

. ENGINES & BOILERS, 

avis, Howe & Co, 127 N 1st W, 293 
razer & Chalmers, 7 W 2d S, 209 
TAH AND MONTANA MACHINERY CO, 259 
Main, 233 (See Inside Back Cover) 

„ , 0 , ENGRAVERS. 

,nice H & Son (metal) 31 E 1st S 
: hitecar J W (wood and process) 611 Progress bids 
! ,illiams John O, 60 E S Temple 

T FENCE MANUFACTURERS. 
JRTON-GARDNER CO THE (combination), 101-103 E 
1st S, 24 (See Page 120) 
dwell Albert C (ornamental) 715 S 2d E 
andard Combin’n Fence Co, W Temple cor S Temple 

'ark J H, 58 W 1st !3 H & GAME 
eeman J H, 825 E 4th S 
/ift J D, 54 W 1st S 
dbb & Olsen, 75 E 2d S 


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BLANKETS, BITS, 

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FLORISTS. 

Cramer Christopher, Park Aye bet 2d & 3d S 

Due Kristine, 240 W 3d S 

Laken E, 842 E 3d S 

Reading John, 3 W 1st S 

Reynolds C J, 25 K 

Steiner H J, 835 E 3d S 

FLOUR MILLS. 

'Husler George & Co, 45 E 1st S, 105 
Knudsen & Bagley, Big Cottonwood 
(Louder R, East Mill Creek 
Pioneer Flour Mills, 53 E N Temple, 387 
; 3ueen of the Yal ey Roller Mill, 7th E, 1 mile S of city 
Salt Lake Mill & Elevator Co, 49 Culmer blk, 112 
FLOUR, FEED, HAY & GRAIN. 
4rmstrong T C Jr, 478 W 2d S, 6 
Sailey & Sons, 214 Main 
Jlackhursfc Bros, 52 E 2d S, 23 
3rinton & Sanders, 226 W 2d S 
lale, Wood & Hechler, 63 E 2d S, 77 
Ackson, Ludlow & Co, 50 W 1st S, 307 
/EcMurrin & Co, 104 W S Temple 
^ople’s Forwarding Co, 24 E 2d S, 257 
EARS, JEREMY & CO, 46 W 1st S, 266 
inyder & Clow, 141 W 2d S 
Yeight Sperry & Co, 24 W 3d S, 414 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS.. 

.nderson Wm N & Co, 344-346 W 5th S 
>avis, Howe & Co, 127 N 1st W, 293 
AGLE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO, 424 W 1st S, 314 
(See Page 82) 
xcelsior Foundry, 347 W 6th S 

alt Lake City Foundry & Machine Co, 131-135 S 3d W, 

259 

lilver Iron Works, 149 W N Temple, 456 
tah Foundry & Machine Co, 137 W S Temple 
filler Thomas, 134 S 6th W 

„ FURRIERS. 

[ehesy E, 220 Main 
oble, Wood & Co, 158 Main 

URNITURE, CARPETS & UPHOLSTERERS. 

ARRETT BROS, 166 Main, 199, (See Page 11) 
o-operative Furniture Co, 41 Main, 353 
inwoodey Henry, 37 W 1st S, 284 
'adsen P W, 51 E 1st S 56 
arks S R & Co, 17 W S Temple 
eve & Child, 328 Main, 397 
xrenson & Carlquist, 116 Main, 270 

FURNITURE. 

■irnes James, 139 W 2d S 

Dggs Geo & Co, (bank and office) 157 S 1st E 

wyer James, (school) 72 Main 

igstrom J P, 69 E 2d S 

ige & Irom, 110 W 1st S 

mdberg Furniture Co, 108 W S Temple 


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GENERAL STORES. 

Barnes, Lewis & Co, 16 Main, 417 
Carter C W, 207 W 1st S 
Davis DL, 68 W 1st S, 193 
Fifteenth Ward Store, 340 W 1st S, 346 
Goss P F, 67 E 3d S 
Grondlund N J, 59 E 2d S 
Harden M J, 375 W S Temple 
Idaho Store, 140 S 1st E 
Jones J W, 56 E 1st S 
Scandinavian Mercantile Union, 70 2d S 
Thirteenth Ward Co-op Store, 69 Main 
Workingmen’s Co-op, 3d W & 1st S 

GLASS MANUFACTURERS. 

Salt Lake City Glass Works, 7th N bet 7th & 8th W 
GRINDERS. 

Candrian H A, 105 E 1st S 
Clayton John, 33 Commercial 

GROCERS-WHOLESALE. < 

Clark, Eldredge & Co, 1st S bet W Temple & 1st W, 374 
Kahn Bros, 131 Main, 196 

REMINGTON, JOHNSON & CO, 18 W 2d S, 448 
GROCERS—RETAIL. 

Armstrong T C Jr, 63 E 2d S, 6 
Aubrey Thos, 73 E 2d S 
Bailey & Sons, 214 Main 
Balmforth Chas, 174 W S Temple 
Blackhurst Bros, 52 E 2d S, 43 
Brinton & Sanders. 226 W 2d S 
Brooks Geo F, 26 W 1st S, 340 
CROZIER & BERKLEY, 263 Main, 474, (See Page 
Cunnington & Co, 82 Main, 478 
Davis Geo W Agent, 80 W 1st S, 373 
Durst C B, 74 E 2d S, 173 
Erickson C E, 109 E 1st S 
Furster J P, 211 S 1st E 
Gale, Wood & Heckler, 63 E 2d S, 77 
Gee Lucas, 110 E 2d S 
Hanak & Son, 8 E 1st S, 18 
Hansen C M, 79 E 3d S 
Harper Bros, 71 E 2d S, 54 
Henderson W S, 277 Main, 344 
Hollberg C B, 71 E 2d S 
James & Merritt, 40 W 1st S 
Johnson Elof, 120 W S Temple 
Langstroff Isabel, 40 W 1st S 
Lyngberg F G, 53 E 1st S, 68 
McDonald John & Sons, 268 Main, 153 
McDonald W J, 162 W 2d S 
Margetts C & D, 48 W 1st S 
Petersen C N, 114 W 1st S 
Peterson E J, 116 E 2d S 
Price E L, 254 Main, 157 
Prichard Mrs E S, 113 E 2d S 
ROGERS & CO, 45 E 1st S, 107 , (See Page 25) 


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GROCERS-RETAIL —Continued. 
Simpson Emma L, 159 W 1st S 
Swift J D, 54 W 1st S 
Tobias M & Son, 218 S 1st E 
, Weight Sperry & Co, 24 W 3d S, 414 
| Winberg A W, 31 Commercial 


jWiscomb & Co, 58 E 1st S, 430 
ZCMI, 21-31 Main, 370 

GUNS, PISTOLS & SPORTING Gonnc: 

Browning Bros, 155 Main^ 178 ^ GOODS. 

Carter Charles W, 207 W 1st S 

EVANS M R, 22-24 W 2d S, 317 (See Page 98) 

i 3 alt Lake Hardware Co, 28 W 2d S, 304 

s ,, „ , „ GYMNASIUM. 

*oldenGate Gymnasium, Independence Hall 
HAIR GOODS & DRESSERS 
liele R M, Scott-Auerbach bldg 
/linton Mrs Emma, 65 W 1st S 
irockwell Mrs & Co, Hardware blk 
h .uhn Miss Mollie, Scott-Auerbach bldg 
i ^4?P^y ARE: ~ w ^GLESALE & RETAIL 

a & ^ Cc)i lst S bet W Tem Ple and 1st W, 373 
OFFIN E C HARDWARE CO, 147 Main, 55 (See Bot¬ 
tom Lines.) v 

unnington & Co, Main <& lst S, 378 
lit Lake Hardware Co, 22 W 2d S, 304 
jott Geo M & Co, 168 Main, 151 
C M I, 21-31 Main, 370 

HARDWARE, STOVES & TINWARE 
9FFIN E C HARDWARE CO, 147 Main, 55(See Bot- 
J tom Lines,) v 

lugliton & McNair, 12 E 2d S 
ng W J, 279 Main 

opies’ Equitable Co-op Assn, 7-9 Main, 403 
hoppe F E & Co, 253 Main, 303 
ah Stove & Hardware Co The, 34 E lst S 131 
ilsh Mary A, 77 W lst S ’ 

mless Charles, 50 Main. 

, ™ ^ HATTERS. 

?t-Terry Mercantile Co, 142 Main, 103 
ble, Wood & Co, 158 Main 
ith Richard, 318 C 

TT HIDES. 

m Henry & Co, 333 S lst E, OO 

ine & Lyne, 151 S lst E, 58 

iders J W & Co. agts, rear 19 W S Temple 

nmerhays J W & Co, office 45 S 3d W 304 

L o„ g& S mi t^2 , ?l E 2d f HOERS - 

u-beck J O, 55 Commercial, 408 
lor & Sons, 47 Commercial 
dleton A M & Co. 69 Commercial 
dleton & Son, 63 Commercial, 73 , 

per & Williams, 147 WS Temple 
t s & Pendleton, e s Plu m alley, not E 21 S 


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Manufacturers of the following well-know 
Crackers and Cakes: 


Soda, Butter, Oyster, 

Cup, Monitor, Pearl, 

Boston, Snowflake and 
Wafer Soda, La Grande, 

Graham, Milk, Frosted Cream, 

Utah Nic-Nac, Fruit, Lemon, 

Cream, Ginger & Lemon Snaps, 
Cocoannt Wafer and Butter Scot* 
Jenny Lind Cocoanut Taffy, 

Oatmeal, Seed & Coffee Cake, 

Vanilla Bar, Palace Mixed, 

Lady Fingers, Animals, Alphabets, 
Cracknels, Iced Honey Cakes, 
Cocoanut, Chocolate & Asstd. Jumbl 
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HOTELS. 

American Hotel, 228 W 2d S 
Arlington House, 242 W 1st S 
Clift House, 280 Main, 154 
, Coleman House 3d S & 5th W 

CONTINENTAL HOTEL THE,110-118 S WTemple, 253 
CULLEN THE, 29-31-33 W 2d S, 247 (See Page 37) 
Denver House, 147 E 2d S 
Enterprise House (European) 13 Commercial 
Florida House, 242 W 1st S 
“Germania Hotel, 146 S 1st E 
\Grand Hotel, 164 E 1st S 
(Hotel De France, 114 E 2 d S 
Metropolitan hotel, 76 w 3d s, 307 
Railroad Exchange Hotel, 379 W S Temple 
;io Grande Hotel, 221 S 5th W, 411 
Raymond House (European) 72 E 1st S 
tElmo Hotel (European) 271-279 Main 
t James, 321 Main, 114 
ullivan House, 263 S 5th W, 487 
"empleton The, s e cor Main & S Temple 
Jintah Hotel (European) 16-20 Commercial, 06 
r alley House, s w cor S and W Temple, 272 
VALKER HOUSE, 246 Main, 208 (See Page 37) 
7HITE HOUSE, 206 Main, 229 

HOUSE MOVERS & RAISERS. 

>£>yle Wm E, 350 Main 

ICE. 

ttonwood Ice Co, 15 E 2d S 
fountain Ice & Cold Storage Co, 54 E 2d S, 43 
INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Idrich T C & C B (life), 59 Wasatch blk 
aderson Hugh (gen), 131 Main, 195 
'mstrong T C (gen), 79 W 1st S 
herton J N (life), Davis Hall 
andin C F (accident), 212 Main 
abbe J M & Co (fire), 150 Main 
ehl & Martin (gen), 8 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
vin J A (life), 515 Progress bldg 
1ANT H J & CO (gen), Herald bldg (See Page 21) 
irdy C S, 31 Wasatch bldg 
irrington H H, 232 Main 
,wkes & Gillett, 101 S W Temple 
, ams Louis (life), 515 Progress bldg 
)C0t|x)bs A L (fire) rm 14, 43 E 2d S 
aes, T R, 161 Main, 188 
nn B B (life), 21-22 Culmer blk 
tthews, V G, 66 V 2 E 2d S 
ler J B (life), 22 E 1st S 
mer L P (fire), 263 Main 
?ers L B (fire), Union National Bank 
iiiibl edley W E (gen), 141 Main, 144 
11 J M & Co (fire), 22 E 1st S 
f . r i rlor & Stephens (life), 408 Progress bldg 
■ Vaie ' I nless G F (life), 307 Progress bldg, 125 _ 




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INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Salt Lake Abstract, Title, Guar & Trust Co, 265 Main 
The Utah Title Ins and Trust Co, 68 W 2d S, 439 
HOME FIRE OF UTA) i, Herald bldg (See Page 21) 
HOME LIFE OF UTAH, Herald bldg (See Page 21) 
JUNK DEALERS. 

Goodwin & Beniah, rear 427 E 8th S 
Killman James, 9th S s w cor 5th E 
Randall James, n s 14th S bet 7th & 9th E 
Washer Joe & Co, 144 W 2d S 

KALSOMINERS. 

Blanchard Lloyd, 250 S 3d W 
Miller A J, 273 S 8th E 
Odell Wm G & Son. 128 W 1st S 
Simpson J W, 159 W 1st S 

KNITTING WORKS. 

Deseret Knitting Factory, 25 S W Temple 
Sherlock John E, 25 W 1st S 

LAUNDRIES-STEAM. 

Empire Steam Laundry, 24 Commercial, 94 
Troy Stem Laundry, 142 Main, 519 
Utah Steam Laundry Co, 45 W Temple, 419 
LAWYERS. 

Adams Thomas, 22 E 1st S 
Armstrong S P, 234 Main 
Bailey T C, 74 E 1st S, 470 
Baldwin & Tatlock, 3d S, s e cor Main 
Barker F E, 212 Main 
Barton J B, Herald bldg 
Baskin & Van Horne, 172 Main 
Bennett, Marshall & Bradley, 163 Main, 460 
Bird and Lowe, 74 E 1st S 
Boothe H E, 56 W 2d S 
Bowman & Zipf, 308 Progress blk 
Boyd C W, 36 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Brown Arthur, 212 Main 
Cabell R H, 26 W 2d S 
Cannon John M, 49 Main, 490 
Carter W A, 76 W 2d S 
Chadwick D J, 74 E 1st S 
CoadE F, 13 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Condon Wm, 25 Hardware blk 
Cumming & Critchlow, 126 Main 
Daly P Jay, 131 Main 
Darke S W, 6 & 7 Culmer blk 
Darmes James E, 56 W 2d S 
Dickson & Stone, 512, 513 Progress bldg 
Driggs B W jr, 22 E 1st S 
Easton J W, Hooper & Eldredge blk 
Eggert C A, 26 W 2d S 
Eichnor D C, 510 Progress bldg 
Elliot A D, 56 W 2d S 
Ferguson Barlow, 49 Main, 490 
Ferguson Herbert Y A, 4 E 3d S 
Ferguson N G, 73 Wasatch bldg 


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Stull J M, 22 E 1st S 
Sutherland & Judd, 212 Main 
Taylor E W, 45-46 Wasatch bldg 
Van Cott Waldemar, 49 Main 
Yarian C S, 22 Wasatch bldg, 189 
Waddell I M, 22 E 1st S 
Wampler T W, 212 Main 
Watrous H R, 53-54 Wasatch bldg 
West C W, 76 W 2d S 
Whittemore C O, 234 Main 
Wilbur & Weeks, 56 W 2d S' 

Williams P L, 49 Main, 308 

Winters R D, 500 Progress bldg 

Wolcott J H, 234 Main 

Young Le Grand, 11 Deseret Bank bldg 

Young R W, Herald bldg 

Zane J M, 7 Wasatch bldg 

(Continued on Page 110.) 
y, - LAWYERS & REAL ESTATE. 

Breeze & Williams, 314 Progress bldg 
Byers W A, 46 W 2d S 
,Cromer Wm H, 279 Main 
Kesler Frederick, 406 Progress bldg 
Senior E W, Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Btarbuck I J, 21 W 2d S 

Frat ,M i E rr£ CEMENT DEALERS & KILNS. 

Hancock Thomas, Hot Springs, 300 
Tones Geo R, 31 S W Temple, 292 
dORRISON, Merrill & CO, 241 N3d W, 501 (See 
Page 1) ” 

dorse J S & Co, 61 S 1st E, 241 
ialt Lake Iron, Lime & Rock Co, 172 Main 
lears Lime & Rock Co, 232 Main, 137 
inell J J & Co, 26 Wasatch bldg 
rtah Lime & Cement Co, 126 Main, 277 
arley & Everill, 46 W 1st S, 277 
Western Cement Co, 12 Deseret Bank bldg, 391 

,ELLY & CO, 52 L W 2d S, G a4» P ( l s| : e R page 48) 
alt Lake Litho & Publishing Co, 11 W 1st S, 200 

LIVERY & BOARDING STABLES- 

amson & Sampson, 317 S 1st E 
arrington John, 76 N E Temple 
oote J E, 168 S 1st E 

RANT BROS CO, 40-44 S W Temple, 211 (See Top 
Lines and Back Cover) 
rant & Nashold, 240 S 1st E 

7r oi V t7’ & Sale Stable B 125 W S Temple, 527 

X L Stable, 350 Main, 410 

cCoy & Kendall, 20 E 2d S 

3Kimmins Mark, 52 W 3d S, 180 

:Neill John & Son, 125 W S Temple 

iyi® Barn The, 159 S 1st E 

irseU J N, 223 S 1st E, 390 


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■ W. Temple St 


LAW YE R S —Continued. 


Gee W W, 115 Main 
Gilchrist C K, 231 Main 
Hall C W, 218 Main 
Hamilton & Coad, 55 W 2d S 
Harrington Daniel, 22 E 1st S 
Harris J H, 26 W 2d S 
Hoffman Frank, 231 Main 
Hoge & Burmester, 234 Main 
Holloway G C, 59 Wasatch bldg 
Hurd J H, 142 Main 
Jack C B, 235 Main, 319 . 

Jennings W C, 49 Main 
Johnson Alex, 1 Wasatch bldg 
Kaighn M M, 76 W 2d S 
Kinney W A, 47-48 Wasatch bldg 
Kinney & Hills, 9-10 Wasatch bldg 
Kouns J W, 45-46 Wasatch bldg 
Kroeger Gusto, 39 Main 
Kroeger J G, 414 Progress bldg 
Laney H S, City Hall, 8 
Lewis S H, 218 Main, 220 
Loofbourrow C F, 50 E 2d S 
McBride J R, 212 Main 
McDowall S, 3 Wasatch bldg 
McEnany M E, 402 Progress bldg 
McKay & Harris, 131 Main, 195 
Marshall & Royle, 125 Main, 145 
Merritt S A, 510-511 Progress bldg 
Mills W G, 26 W 2d S 
Miner Aurelius, 62 Main 
Morse C W, 36 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Moyer G W, 247 Main 
Moyle J H, 49 Main, 374 
Murphy Walter, 212 Main 
Norrell A G, 3 Wasatch bldg 
Parks & Thompson, 74 E 1st S 
Pearson C E, 115 Main, 141 
Peck B G, 76 W 2d S 

Pierce Frank, 40 Scott-Auerbach bldg, 7 

Porter Lloyd, 22 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

Powers O W, 12 Girard blk, 489 

Pratt Harmel, 21 Wasatch bldg 

Rawlins J L, 142 Main 

Reilly & Kane, 100 Wasatch bldg 

Richards F S, 49 Main, 37 4 

Ritchie E E, 30 Wasatch bldg 

Robertson N A, 163 Main 

Rogers J J, 12 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

Rowe E E, Tribune bldg 

Sawyer A B, 5 Wasatch bldg 

Smith A A, 151 Main 

Stayner & Simmons, 13 E 1st S 

Stephens & Schroeder, 505 Progress bldg 

Stuart W I, 53 Wasatch bldg 


MEN’S 

CHILDREN’S 


0L0THING 


BARTON & 

43-45 Main. 


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fill] 


THIS IS THE HOUSE YOU WANT. 

The H. A. Tnctett 
Candy Company, 

550 East FiPst South St, 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

TEAM - CANDY - WORKS. 


Manufacturers of fine candies for the 
retail trade and headquarters for 

'ANDARD CANDIES, NUTS, 
FIGS, DATES, POP CORN, 

IEWING GUMS, CRACKERS, 
CIGARS, CIGARETTES, 

PER BAGS, TWINE, FANCY 
BOXES, 

RISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS, 
MAPLE SUGAR, Etc. 












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LARGEST 


Institution of the kin; 
in America, 


LOAN AGENTS. 

BLAZER, HOOKER & CO, 3 W 2d S, (See Page 33) 

Crossman & Huff, 232 Main 

Davidson S L Mortgage Co, 162 Main 

Jackson, Waterman & Abbott, 38 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

LOMBARD INVESTMENT CO, 11W 1st S (SeePage 2. 

Salt Lake Valley Loan & Trust Co, 126 Mam 

Utah Mortgage Co, 32 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

LOCKSMITHS <&, GUNSMITHS. 
Barker J C, 68 Commercial 
Clayton W H, 33 Commercial 
EVANS M R, 26 W 2d S, 317 (See Page 98) 

Heusser Jacob, 51 Commercial 
Novelty Manufacturing Co, 61E 3d S 

BU b«^DN S E» E STOw 

Carey ^Lombard Lumber Co, cor 2d S & 2d W, 400 
Mason & Co, 225 W S Temple, 347 . 

MORRISON, MERRILL & CO, 241 N 3d W, *01 (^ 

TaylorfRomney,Armstrong Co, S Temple cor 2d W,3f 

LUMBER. 

Angell Bros, 625 S 1st E, 438 
Eardley Jas W, 340 S 1st E. 113 
Francklyn Lumber Yard. Murray 


Stoves. Ranges, Vo”" 


147 Main I 


Keysor Aaron, 2d S cor 3d W 
Sells & Co, 209 Main. 313 

Sierra Nevada Lumber Co, 35 S 3d W, ztbA ; | 

Tenth Ward Lumber & Bldg Assn, 758 E 4th S, *9| i 

MACHINERY. 

Fraser & Chalmers, 7 W 2d S, £09 
UTAH & MONTANA MACHINERY CO, 259 Mam, & 
(See Inside Back Cover) ! 

MACHINISTS— (See aim Page 103) 
Duckworth J J, 542 Union, bet 1st & 2d S 
Novelty Manufacturing Co, 61 E 3d S 
Silver W J, 134 W N Tempte^ ^ 

Utah Mattress & Manufacturing Co, 37 to 43 W 1st 8 

MANTELS &. MARBLE WORKERS. 

Rrown Wm, 8 E 3d S (Marble) 

Morris Elias, 21 W S Temple, 387 
TUDDENHAM W J & CO, 29 S W Temple, 519 

Utah Stove & Hardware Co The,34 E 1st S (mantels), 
Watson Bros, 77-79 W S Temple miiii 

MEATS WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 
Dickinson S S & Co, 11 E 3d S, 109 
Knight & Co, 65 E 2d S, SI 3 
White & Sons Co, 38 W 1st S, 383 
Salt Lake Meat Co, 3d S cor 5th \> , 4*1 
MEAT MARKETS. 

Bang & Mayer, 60 E 2d S, 448 
Carter W G, 102 W S Temple 




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Livery «fe 
Transfer, 


GRANT C BROS. CO. 


40-42-44 

W. Temple 


MEAT MARKETS-Continued. 

Dangerfield B S & Co, 111 E 2d S 
Edward John T, 72 W 1st S 
^Glanfield J C C, 30 W 1st § 
pepworth T & Sons, 62 W 1st S 
Lannan Martin, 233 Main 
McDonald George, 16 W 3d S 
May Frederick J, 54 E 1st S, ©6 
:Petersfen W H, 24 W 1st S 
'Salmon & Hunter, 18 W 1st S 
l>herwood Bros. 20 Main, 518 
Jouth John, 56 W 1st S 
?hiriot Edward, 31 S W Temple 
^ard G & Co, 315 Main' 
i^est J W, 65 E 2d S 
Yilson A J, 129 W S Temple 
Pood & Sons, 34 W 1st S, 407 


. MIDWIVES. 

lrd Mrs Emma, 2261 

raham Mrs Sarah F, Curtis ave, bet 3d & 4th E 
,agen Mrs Mariana, 172 S 1st E 

MILLINERY GOODS & MILLINERS, 
urrows Mrs M J, 18 Main 
Litton Mme Amelia, 14 E 1st S 
iristy Mrs Hyrum, 31 W 1st S 
!)ty of Paris Millinery Store, 33 E 1st S 
>rrester Miss Jennie, 64 Main 
>x Mrs Wm H, 232 Main 
f iynes Mrs H C, 101 E 1st S * 

Mis Miss Ella, 44 Wasatch bid 
iKerness Misses J & L, 30 W 3d S 
adsen Mrs Emelia, 59 E 1st S 
mon Bros, 21 W 1st S, 415 

MIRROR MANUFACTURERS, 
lmer G F & Bros, 20 E 1st S, 511 
NOTIONS. 

bm A J, 65 W 1st S 
nsohoff Nelson A, 20 E 1st S 
ion Joseph, 62 W 2d S (wholesale) 
NURSERYMEN. 

>wn Thomas J, 744 W 2d S 

imberlin John W, 215 S 4th W 

dstopherson & Cannon, state road 1 mile s of city 

»o Isaac, 464 S 4th E 

er Edward, 842 E 3d S 

r L ake Nursery, State Road % mile s city limits, 
ner J C, 331 S 10th E 
h Nursery Co. 46 W 2d S, 219 
^>dbury T H, 574 S 1st W 
. , NURSES. 

?strom Miss Julia, bds 1051 E 3d S 
k Mrs Sophia, 56 N 2d W 
yford Mrs F, 221 B 
ner Mrs E S, 60 E 2d S 
is John, 722 E 5th S 


. mmm 


BARTON «fc €©. 

Main, 


05 * 








GRANT 


(JO 40-42-44 S 


1 W. Temple S 


NURSE S—Continued. 

Hannie Mrs, 153 S 4th E 
Hansen Mrs Amelia, 277 I 
Matthews Eliza, 723 Third 
Morgan Ann, 685 Fifth 
Parker Miss Jane, bds 17 S 5th W 
Reynolds Miss Millie, 241 E 3d S 
Spiring Emma, 333 E 2d S 
Stockfield Elizabeth, res 557 Fourth 
Wright Emma, 656 S 3d W 

OCULISTS & AURISTS. 

Burrows Arthur W, 17 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Derdiger L, 55 E 2d S 
Hughes M A, 25 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Lyons Ira, 42 W 3d S 
McAchran J J, 107 Main 
Tibbits G W, 16 E 1st S 

OILS. 

Continental Oil Co, 6th W bet 2d and 3d S, 356 
Hart C H & Co, 18-20 W 2d S 
Utah Oil Co, 126 Main 
Utah Oil Tank Line, rm 12 Tribune bldg 
OMNIBUS LINES. 

GRANT BROS CO, 40-44 S W Temple, 211 (See T 
Lines & Back Cover.) 

OPTICIANS. 

Gerz & Berger, 24 E 1st S 
McDonald Angus, 312 N 2d W 

PAINTERS. 

Hale Francis, 24 E 1st S 
Addoms & Brown, 63 W 1st S 
Bushnell & Pyper, 16 E 2d S 
Cornell and Gaylor, 53 Commercial 
Harman & Benee, 776 S 1st E 
Jeffries & Co, 64 W 3d S 
Langton & Knapton, 230 W 1st S 
Leslie G C, 139 Main 
Lucas & Gertz, 28 E 3d S 
Midgley J & Co, 125 E 2d S 
Nilsson & Co, 116 W S Temple 
Martin Edward, Teasdel’s alley 
Reynolds C W, 110 Wasatch bldg 
Shepherd A F, 59 E 1st S 
Tullidge & Co, 249 Main, 301 

UNION DECORATING CO, 267 Main (See Page 11) 
Utah Paint & Oil Co, 107 E 1st S, 433 
Woertendyke & Gardner, 142 N 2d W 

PAINTS, OILS & GLASS. 

Culmer G F & Bro, 20 E 1st S, 511 
SEARS & LIDDLE CO, 33 W 1st S, 4 (See Page 102) 
Utah Paint and Oil Co, 107 E 1st S, 433 

PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS. 

Slight Thomas, 29 S W Temple 

PAPER MILLS. 

Deseret Paper Mills, Butlerville 


SOOkS^Tnvc^ 


M. Me % Ulster < 

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Establisliecl . _ m 

CALDER’S 


I 860 . 



DEALER IN 


piano?, Opgaq?, 0heet 


MUSIC, 

And Musical Instruments of Every Kind. 


We are Agents for the 


Stein way, Steck, Behr, Hardman 
and Voss Pianos, and Standard 
Instuments, and the World 
Renowned Mason & Hamlin 
and W. W. Kimball & Co’s Or¬ 
gans. 


old on easy payments and old instruments 
taken in part payment. 


5-47U^FirstSout:l? St. 









■^r ▼- y T >-ta x--v tt> ^Wishing to ride or drive 
V lui JL V_/ XX-vO abou t the City should 

^PATENT AGENTS. 

Corker J F, 251 Main 

PATTERN MAKERS. 

Lloyd George W, 544 W 1st S 

PAWN BROKERS. 

Lichtenstein Henry, 13 W 2d S 
Phelps HEN, 153 Main 
Watters Ichel, 31 E 1st S 
Wyatt A I, 262 Main 

PHONOGRAPHS. 

Colorado & Utah Phonograph Co, 265 Main 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Ellis & Goodwin, 64 W 2d S 

Fox & Symons, 322 Main 

Newcomb M W, 34 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

Sainsbury & Johnson, 54 & 56 S W Temple 

Savage C R, 12 Main 

Slawter & Walker, 221 W 1st S 

PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. 

Anderson W F, 255 S 2d E, GO 
Bascom F S, 140 Main, 300 
Beattie Jeremiah, 655 E 2d S, 10)5 
Beattie T B, 59 E 1st S, 370 
Benedict J M, 376 E 3d S, 80 
Bischof C W, 128 Main 
Blackburn J S, 68 E 1st S 
Bower A S, 42 W 2d S, 303 
Bracken J K W, 59 E 1st S 
Burrough J W, 8th W east Jordan Bridge 
Castle Wm, 329 E 3d S 
Clinton Jet^r, 65 W 1st S 
Cohn I E, rms 5 & 6 Crane Block 
Crain C H, 56 W 2d S 
Dalby W T, Culmer blk, 134 
Dart J M, 308 Main, 107 
Davis David J, 53 W 2d S 
Dickinson & Whitney, 135 W 1st S 
Douglas C I, 172 Main, 458 
Edie Guy L, Fort Douglas 
Emeis H T, 258 Main, 335 
Endris W, 26 W 2d S 
Ewing A C, Union blk, 410 
Ewing Salathiol, 132 E 2d S, 440 
Field G J, 57-58 Wasatch blk 
Fisher R W, rm 5 Central blk 
Foster G W, 258 Main, 401 
Fowler Allen, 116 Main, 130 
Gage Ellen C, 252 E 1st S, 89 
Galizie Leo, 573 S 1st W 
Gardiner, Frederick, 120 E 2d S 
Goodspeed Wm D, 156 S 4th W 
Guillemot E A, 24 E 1st S 
Hall Lorin, 17 E 1st S, 09 
Hall T C, 7th S, n e cor 12th E 
Hamilton J F, 17 E 1st S, 30 

flViilHrftn'g fillits 










Place their;. 
Orders with 


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L Grout Bros Go. w 40 Tempt b st. 


PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS-Continued. 

Hand Wm H, 253 S W Temple 

Hardy Milton H, University of Deseret 

Hardy CW, 16ElstS 

Hasbrouck R A, 68 E 1st S 

Higgins C W, St Elmo Hotel 

Hovey Olando D, 358 Wall 

Hasted Singleton, res 452 E^2d S 

King Elliott, 258 Main 

McLean A C, 5 Central Blk, W 2d S, 163 

Mantor Childes, 274 K 

Marshall J E, 57 S 2d E, 409 

Marshall S, res 223 E 6th S 

Meacham F A, 116 Main 

Meyer Theodore. 14-15 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

Niles H D, 508 Progress bldg, 406 

Otterbourg M A, 48jW 2d S 

Payne Edward, 264 Main 

Peterson C J, 107 Main 

Pinkerton S H, 234 Main, 418 

Pratt Mrs R B, 206 N2d W 

Richards Heber J, 42 Main 

Richards J S, 49 Main, 388 

Seclor F P, 532 E 2d S 

Sharp J S, 7 Union blk, 516 

Shipp Mrs E R, 18 Main, 355 

Shipp Mrs Maggie C, 60 Main, 383 

Sloan Wm, 530 S 1st W 

Smith A K, 76 W 2d S 

Standart A C, 5-6 Union blk, 315 

Sykes D A, 441 S 2d E 

Taylor Jabez W, res 113 S 7th E 

Thompson & Hicks, 23-24 Scott-Auerbach bldg, 453 

Unger C W, St Elmo Hotel. 

Wesley John E, 205 S 1st E 
Wheelock M A, 56 W 3d S 
White Isaiah, 47 E 1st S, 64 
Wilcox C F, 49 Main, 175 
Wolverton Wm D,—U S A--Fort Douglas 
Worthington Union, 10 Raybould blk 
Young Seymour B, res 43 S 4th E 
, PIANOS, ORGANS &, MUSIC. 

1 Abernathy & Brandes, 66 W 2d S 

CALDER’S MUSIC PALACE. 45-47 W 1st S, &81 (See 
Page 115) 

Coalter & Snelgrove, 74 Main, 3 
Daynes John, 66 Main 
I Salt Lake Music Co, 75 W 1st S 
Taggart & Chamberlain, 324 Main 
Warren F E Mercantile Co, 10 E 2d S 
| Young Brothers Co, 38 Main 
t PICTURES & FRAMES. 

Larsen N S, 1145 E S Temple 
I Rivers Bros, 10 E 2d S 
Savage C R, 12 Main 


Gents’ Furnishings. £££!’ 






HORSES BOARDED a, “ , „ G f 1 ^? e Be8t 

PLANING MILLS. 

Asper Wm & Co, 151 W N Temple 
Beehive Planing Mill, 826 S 1st E 

BURTON GARDNER CO THE, 101-103 E 1st S, 24 
(See Page 120) 

Foot Refrigerator Co The, 7th N cor 12th E 
Phoenix Planing Mill Co, 141-145 S 3d W 
Salt Lake Building & Manuf’g Co, 30-40 N 2d W, 345 
Salt Lake Wood-Working Co, 51 S 5th W 
Smith Walker, 56 E 2d S, also Builder 
Taylor, Romney, Armstrong Co, S Temple &2d W, 267 
PLASTERERS. 

Burt John & Co, 39 S W Temple 
Clark C M, 110 Wasatch bldg 
De Woodey Samuel T, 66 S 4th W 
Doull & De Woodey, 13V2 Commercial 
Salt Lake Lathing Co, 76 E 1st S 
PRINTERS, BINDERS & BLANK BOOK MAN- 
FACTURERS. 

Cannon Geo Q & Sons, 24 E S Temple 
Deseret News Co, S Temple ne cor Main, 389 
KELLY & CO, 52 W 2d S, 249 (See Page 48) 

Merchant Printing Co, 27 W S Temple, 88 

Salt Lake Lithographing & Publish’g Co, 11 W 1st S, 206 

BOOK BINDEBS. 

Crouch C D, 78 W 2d S 

Rydman O & Co, 136 E 1st S j 

PBINTEKS—BOOK AND JOB. 

Aspinwall & Smith, 231 Main, 149 ; , 

Bull Jos Jr, 37 S W Temple ; | 

Chapman & Beard,. Wasatch bldg 

Grocer Printing Co, 105 E 1st S * j 

Higgins & McEwan, 65 S 1st E 

Krantz Bros & Reilly, 379 E 2d S | 

Nelden, Myers & Co, 21 W 2d S 
Nichols & Son, 12 E 3d S 

Parry J H & Co, 41 S W Temple • j 

Pembroke Herbert, 18 Commercial 
Star Printing Co, 48 W 2d S, 249 

PLUMBERS, STEAM & GAS FITTERS. 

Burdette A J & Co, 317 Main, 431 
Dale L H, 10 E 2d S 

Farrell James J & Co, 263^4 Main, 138 
Farrell J W & Co, 137 Main, 200 
Fenwick James, 61E 3d S 

Heesch & Ellerbeck, 49 E 1st S, 65 f 

Igo & Carthey, 123 S 2d W I| ] 

James David & Co, 67 Main, 379 f ] 

Midgley & Sons, 125 E 2d S ! 

MORAN P J, 259 Main, 233 (See Page 128) t 

Morrison Richard, 159 S 1st E f 

O’Brien & Griffin, under Salt Lake Theatre. 

Salt Lake Construction Co The, 61 S 1st E 

POTTERS. 

Eardley Bedson, 41 2 S 1st W _ | f 

E. C. Coffin hardware Co. Ma Vn S; 







Transfer! GRANT MOS. CO ■ W. Temple St. 


REAL ESTATE. 

Allen & Co, 3d S and Main 

Archer & Booth, 56 W 2d S 

Bamberger & Co, 126 Main, 288 

Bamberger & Greenewald, 150 Main 

Beck, Stephan & Kennedy, 239 Main 

Bennett Charles G, 11 W 2d S 

Beyle F & Co, 63 W 2d S 

Blair George E & Co, 6 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

BLAZER, HOCKER & CO, 3 W 2d S (See Page 33) 

Blue T J & Co, 4 Scott-Auerbach bldg 

Boardman W P, 63 W 2d S 

Bolton J & Co, 128 Mafn 

Bothwell & Hall, 224 Main 

Bowdle, Major & Virtue, 231 Main 

Bowman & Lowd, over Utah National Bank 

Brim Bros, 234 Main 

Brooks & Weir, 17 W 2d S 

Brown & Dennis, 47 Wasatch bldg 

Bruner J W & Co, 231 Main 

Burton, Groesbeck & Andrew, 269 Main, 484 

Caldwell & Ferl, 22“E 1st S 

Campbell J O, 239 Main 

Cannon Bros, 66 Main 

Carlton Town Lot & Resort Co, 21 W 2d S 

Cassady W H & Co, 238 Main 

Chamberlin J W & Co, 128 Main 

Chesney & Stevens, 56 W 2d S 

Christie W H, 251 Main, 488 

Clear Title Real Estate Agency, 4-5 Culmer bldg, 466 

Clive J H. Main ne cor 1st S 

Coates & Corum, 219 Main 

Colborn, Skinner & Co, Crane bldg 

Corker JF & Co, 251 Main 

Cowen, De Armont & Co 63 E 2d S 

Crow & Taylor, 58 E 1st S 

Culp & Larkin, 279 Main 

CUMMINGS ML, 15E 1st S (SeePage 33) 

Dahlquist Laurentius, 15 W 2d S 
Davis>& Stringer, 23 W 2d S, 467 
De Graff E S, 56 W 2d S 
Denham J L, 11 W 2d S 
Derge & Roberts, 232 Main 
Desky Chas S & Co, 32 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Devalon & Bradley, 56 W 2d S 
Dieter-Johnson Investment Co, 158 Main 
Dunshee Alfred, 161 Main 
i Dunshee T A, 56 W 2d S 
Durgin J L, 239 Main 
IjEldredge H R, 23 Culmer blk 
feyler H L, 234 Main 
Farnsworth Co, 8 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
I Fisher & Snowden, 269 Main 
! Fohlin E V, 26 W 2d S 
Foote J E, 47 E 1st S 


i L GUtc O -Hi, 3bl XU l&t Q 

Guilders', Mechanics-’. Domestic Hardware. 





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W. S. Burton, Prest. 
W. C. Burton, Mgr. 
G-eo. F. Felt, Secy. 


directors: 

W.S.Burton, E.M. Weller, 
L.G.Hardy, Elias Morris, 
O.H.Hardy, H.Dinwoodey 
W. C. Burton. 


5\\E 



Manufacturers of 


<1 COMBINATION FENCE.O 


LrumbEi 1 ga$, I)oo^ 


And WIRE MATTRESSES. 


Agents for the 


“Standard” Seming ffiaehines 


OFFICE and SALES BOO Alt 
101 and 103 E. First South, opp.Theati 
FACTORY and YARDS: Cbrnj 


Eighth 























livery .V GRANT ^gjs. gQ. JMM4 •• 


Transfer. 


W. Temple St. 


REAL ESTATE— Continued. 

Fuller & Young, 110 Main 
Glancy & Elledge, 56 W 2d S 
Glasmann Wm, 221 Main 
Goddard L L & Co, 153 Main 
Goebel Adolph, 56 W 2d S 
Greene H N, 274 Main 
Hamm & Scott, 250 Main 
Hampton, Jones & Co, 62 Main 
Hannaman C L, 9 W 2d S, 244 

Harrington, Donnelly & Newell, 7 Scott-Auerbach bide - 
Harris J A, 232 Main 
Harris & Harris, 1LW 1st S 
i Hartford J B, 234 Main 
Hiatt F T, 252 Main 
Higgins T E, St Elmo Hotel 
Holcomb D C & Co, 358 Main 
Hopkins & Tucker, 4 E 3rd S 
Houston & Barndollar 24 %, E 2d S 
Hubbard W E, 121 Main 
Hughes & McBride, 212 Main 
Ingram & Donnellan, 11 W 2d S 
Irvine W H, 252 Main 
Jack J F, 235 Main, 310 
Jacobs J G & Co, 149 Main 
Jennings J A, 15 E 1st S 
JJohnson John, 37 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Johnson J S & Co, 263 Main 
Johnson E M & Co, 23 W 1st S 
Tones E F & Co, 167 Main 
Sagey Jacob. 219 Main 
ielsey & Gillespie, 26 W 2d S, 252 
ielsey & Wilt, 230 Main 
Kendall & Parsons, 224 Main 
iessler E A & Co, 232 Main 
Gmball S F, 66 Main 
Tinney L D, 21 W 2d S 
Shiowlden & Co 42 W 2d S 
oillak Hugh, 218 Main 
jawson Bros, 60 E 2d S 
ftt H C & Son, 257 Main 
/ittle F W, Main, n e cor 1st S 
.owe De Witt B & Co, 66 W 2d S 
ynch & McCaroll, 221 Main 
vynch & Whitford, 244 Main 
yon W H, 56 W 2d S 
tcAllister Bros, 267% Main 
McCarthy F J, 34 E 2d S 
tcCiure W H & Co, 34% E 2d S 
fcHugh C H, 156 Main 
i-atthews Elias G, 44 W 2d S 
ayne A H & Co, 34 E 2d S 
,-eloy H Y & Co. 167 Main 
entz A L, 232 Main 
(.erriott Fred A. 15 E 1st S 




d. m. McAllister & co 
■HHMMrain St.-—- 








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40 -Passenger Coach fo: 

~ REAlT ESTATE— Continued. 

Milan J B, 272V a Main 

Miles & Hamilton, 276 Main 

Miller & Miller, 23 W 2d, 467 

Mitchell John G, 43 W 2d S 

Monroe C E, 232 Main 

Morlan J A & Sons, 13 W 2d S 

Nelson J M, 28 E 2d S 

Oberndorfer & Miles, 156 Main 

Oliver D R, 34 V 2 E 2d S 

Olmstead F E, 11 W 1st S 

Olney Ransom, 262 Main 

Partello Geo & Co, 39 Main 

Pearl David, 252 Main 

Penhale & Yon Canon, 49-50 Wasatch bldg 

Perkes & Osborn, 16 E 1st S 

Perkins J D, 267 Main 

Pfoutz Ira 35 E 1st S 

Phelps Bros, 66^ S W Temple 

Pratt Bros, 55 W 1st S 

Pratt P P & Co, 48 Main 

Price Walter L, Deseret Natl Bank bldg 

Rand C A, 407 Progress bldg 

Raybould & Cromar, 44 W 2d S 

Rea & Souther, 4 Scott-Auerbach bldg 


JvlCilollO U iTlCtlil 

Rives W W & Sons, 55 Wasatch bldg 
Rowen L G, 56 W 2d S 
Sahler & Rohrer, 239 Main 
Sanwood Daniel B, 279 Main 

Sayer & Listle, 56 W 2d S . 

Schenck Jeremiah, 4 Scott-Auerbach bldg j 

Schreiner & Co, 247 Main j 

Sears & Co, 209 Main 

Sells C W, 239 Main $, 

Sells W H & Son, 209 Main 

Sharp L R & Co, 56 W 2d S J 

Shelton Company, 251 Main ,j 

Shiley, Groshell & Co, 217 Main J j, 

Shoebridge, E B & Co, 16 E 1st S , ,j 

Smith J M, 26 E 2d S j 

Smith & Brooks, 21 Scott-Auerbach bldg a 

Snell J J & Co, 26 Wasatch bldg 1 

Snyder J J, 23 W 2d S r ai 

Spafford W H H & Co, 235 Main 

Stanwood D B, 279 Main \ ^ 

Stone Henry J, 103 E 1st S 

Swayne J R, 231 Main 1 ) r j 

Syndicate Investment Co, 232 Main J jj 

Taylor Brothers, 66 Main f | t3 

Taylor C E & Co, 43 W 2d S J k 

Thomson C J & W A, 15 W 2d S j 

Tibbitts J L, Main, p e cor 1st S I u 


Tousey & De Ricqles, 1 Scott-Auerbach bldg J ^ 

Uhrlaub F N, 9 W 2 d S _| f fJ( 

BARTON & CO. CLOTHINi 










Picnic and 


[123] 

Excursion Parties. 


REAL ESTATE— Continued 


Van Buskirk Investment Co,179 Main, 338 
Walker James D, 314 Progress bldg 
Waller & Leonard, 66 W 2d S 
Wantland C E, 209 Main 
Ward C W, 121 Main 

Waring & Shurtliff, 32 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Weeter & Armstrong, 269 Main 
Wells H L & Co, 49 Wasatch bldg 
(Westerfield S B, 44 W 2d S 
IWhalon J H, 12 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
White A J Company The, 57 E 2d S, 339 
[White & Benedict, 57 E 2d S 
^ Whitehead J W jr, 415 Progress bldg 
Whittemore Richard B, 234 Main 
Wickersham T A, 263 Main 
Wicks E B, 252 Main 
Wilcken & Salmon, 64 E 1st S 
Wilde & Campbell, 66 W 2 S 
Wilkinson R M, 220 W 2d S 
Williams G H, 48 Culmer blk 
Wilson Frank L C, 212 Main 
Wilson Wm H, 34 E 2d S 
Winslow J H, Main n e cor 1st S 
Wolfe & Newbern, 32 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
Woodmansee James H, 17 W 2d S 
feadon & Heath, 150 JJain 
roung Alonzo & Co, 24 E 1st S 
Young J A & L D, 66 Main 

REAL estate & INSURANCE, 
larret TV L (gen), 46 E 2d S 
>e Long H W (fire), 56 W 2d S 
>odds W P (gen), 76 E 1st S 
ames AM (gen), 249 Main 
-awrence H W (gen), 79 W 1st S, 305 
.ittle & Patten (life), 74 E 1st S 
iidland Investment Co The, 11W 2d S, 403 
ioore Wm J, 9 Wasatch bldg 

lutehlenbruch & Spindler (gen), 4 Scott-Auerbach bldg 
>lmsted & Early (fire), 66 W 2d S 
tah Real. Estate Office (gen), 66 l / 2 E 2d S 
arney & Matthews, 239 Main 
Yebb, Wm L, 263 Main 
arsdorfer FP & Co, 172 Main 

REAL ESTATE & LOANS, 
merican Real Estate & Loan Co, Scott-Auerbach bide 
LAZER, OCKER & CO, 3 W 2d S (See Page 33) 
jriscoll & Co, 43 E 2d S 
ritsch J A & Co, 404 Progress bldg, 380 
ray E D, 401 Progress bldg 
(reer John M, 53 W 2d S 
ibby Chas L & Co, Main, s e cor 3d S 
Midland Investment Co The, 11 West Id S, 463 
wanstrom & Peterson, 300 Progress bide 
r oo drutf R C & Co, 4 Crane bl dg 


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ROOFERS. 

Allen & Unger, 524 W 2d S > 

Butterfield Edward L, 79 W 1st S 
Skewes Inward, 26 E 2d S 

SADDLE & HARNESS MANUFACTURERS 

Christensen N C & Bro, 48 E 2d S 

Crow C H, 58 E 1st S 

Gustaveson C J, 68 E 2d S 

Halltrom C J, 28 E 2d S 

Jenkins J W Sons, 78 E 2d S 

Pickard W L, 30 W 2d S, 225 

PLATT F CO THE, 147 1st E (See Page 102) 

Z C M I, 21-31 Main, 376 

SAFES. 

UTAH & MONTANA MACHINEBY CO, 259 Main, 231 
(See Inside Back Cover.) 

SCHOOL BOOKS & SUPPLIES. 

MCALLISTER D M & CO, 72 Main, 459 (See Botto? 
Lines) 

SEWING MACHINES. 

BURTON-GARDNER CO The, 101-103 E 1st S, 24 (Sq 

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Daynes John, 66 Main 
Miller H M, 29 W 1st S 
Young Brothers Company, 38 Main 

SHIRT-MAKERS. 

Snell & Co, 25 W 3d S 

SHOW CASE MNFRS- 
Culmer G F & Bros, Commercial Ave, 512 
SEARS & LIDDLE CO, 33 W 1st S, 4 (See Page 102) 
SILK NOVELTIES. 

Salt Lake Silk Factory, 54 S W Temple 

SMELTING COMPANIES & WORKS. 
Hanauer Srfielting Works, office McCornick’s Bnk, 41 
Germania Lead Works, office 161 Main 
Mingo Furnace Co, 79 W 1st S, 305 
Omaha & Grant Smelting & Refining Co, 150 Main 
SOAP MNFRS. 

SALT LAKE SOAP CO, office 69 Culmer blk, wor 
North Salt Lake, 187 (See Bottom Lines) 

Utah Soap Manufacturing Co, 446 N 4th W, 256 
SODA WATER MNFRS. 

Denhalter H & Sons, 28-30 W 3d S, 155 
Hewlett Bros, 744 S 1st E, 405 
Parsons Thomas, 62 Commercial 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Anakin John, 168% W S Temple 
Asper Wm & Co, 151 W N Temple 

STEAM FITTINGS. 

UTAH & MONTANA MACHINERY CO, 259 Main, 2\ 
(See Inside Back Cover) 

STEAM HEATING & STEAM FITTING. 

Heesch & Ellerbech, 49 E 1st S, 65 
MORAN P J, 259 Main, 233 (See Page 128) 

Salt Lake Construction Co, 61 S 1st E 


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STENCIL CUTTERS & RUBBER STAMPS 

Druce H & Son, 31 E 1st S 
Murphy J C & Co, 218 Main 
Novelty Manufacturing Co, 61 E 3d S 

STONE & ROCK COMPANIES. 
Bamberger Quarry Co, 126 Main 
Diamond, Kyune & Castle Stone Co, 18 W 2d S 
National Bock Co, 71 Culmer blk 
Salt Lake Bock Co, s e cor 1st E & S Temple 
Sears Lime & Bock Co, 267 x / 2 Mam, 13? 

Thistle Bock Co, 22 W 2d S 
Yarley & Everill, 46 W 1st S, 277 
Yarnes James A, e s Popperton Place 

STORAGE & COMMISSION. 
Burgess, Barker & Co, 228 W2dS, 434 
People’s Forwarding Co, 24 E 2 dS, 257 
Sloan & De Bruhl , 374 W 2d S, 255 
TAILORS. 

Anderson A, 63 E 1st S 
Bauman Emil, 35 E 1st S 
Baumgarten Joseph, 260 Main 
Buckle & Son, 235 Main 
Clark H F, 29 E 1st Main 
Cohn A H (ladies), 68 E 2d S 
Earl Michael, rear 130 Main 
Fenby & Burns, 220 W 2d S 
Georgen & Co, 70 W 2d S 
Lang & Bergen, 39 S W Temple 
Levy, Mrs Flora, 69 W 1st S 
Levy & Schulman, 74 E 1st S 
Olsen E O, 157 Main 
Phillip George 50 W 1st S 

SCHMIDT MABTIN, 200 Progress bldg (See Page 

Spry Phillip, 25 W S Temple 

Tarbox.Ed, 13 W 2d S 

Taylor W A, 45 E 2d S 

Vesehoff H, 251 Main 

Wanamaker & Brown, 608 Progress bldg . 

TANNERIES. 

Smart & Sons, East Mill Creek 
Summerhays, J W & Co, office 45 S 3d W, 204 
Z C M I, 244 W 1st N. 326 

TEA COFFEE & SPICES. 

Gibson W H, 22 W 1st S 

Pacific Tea & Coffee Co, 74 W 1st S 

Washington Manufacturing Co, 20 Commercial 

TENTS & AWNINGS. ^ „ i 
CO-OPEBATIVE WAGON & MACHINE CO, 114-l¬ 
ist E, 120 (See Page 125) 

EVANS M B, 22-24 W 2d S, 217 (See Page 98 
Hamilton J A, 149 S 1st E 
Jenkins J W & Sons, 78 E 2dS 
PLATT F CO THE, 147 S 1st E (See Page 102) 

Bippe H & Co, 60 E 2d S 
S mith TGM, 32 E 2d S 


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TOYS— WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 

Cannon Geo Q & Sons, 24 E S Temple 
McAllister DUNCAN M & CO, 72 Main, 459 (See 
Bottom Lines) 

TRANSFER COMPANIES. 

GRANT BROS CO, 40-44 S W Temple, 211 (See Top 
Lines and Back Cover) 

Salt Lake Transfer Co, 116 W 1st S, 254 

TRUNKS & VALISES, MN’FRS 
Gallacher James I 58 Main 
Hulbert Bros, 27 W 1st S 
Manning John, 64 E 2d S 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Evans & Ross, 33 S W Temple, 364 
Skewes & Son, 14 E 3d S. 445 
Taylor Joseph E, 253 E 1st S, 70 
Taylor Joseph W, 21-23 S W Temple, 351 
UPHOLSTERERS. 

Marthini Charles, 49 Commercial 
Thomas & Brooks. 157 S 1st E 
Workman 6 G, 255 W 1st S 

VARIETY STORES. 

Gregory Mrs S A , 129 W S Temple 
Pearlman J M, 54 W 2d S 
Rosenstone Harry, 64 W 1st S 
Fair The, 13 W 1st S 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Bowyer George A, 68 S 1st E 
Garrett Bruce. 257 Main 
Nunn Charles W. 71 W 1st S, 358 
Richards S L, 49 Main 
Tilton Edward W, 43 W 2d S, 404 
Young A C, 24 E 1st S 

VINEGAR MN’FRS. 

Salt Lake Vinegar Co, 157 S 1st E 

WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC. 

Broadbent John, 178 W S Temple 

Bunnell & Co, 7 E 2d S 

Davidson,Leyson & McCune. 128 Main, 425 

De Witt E C, 27 W 1st S 

Eliason O L, 220 Main 

Greene & Co, 22 E 2d S 

HOLLANDER LEO, 148 Main (See Page 21) 

Hauerbach Adolph & Sons, 24 E 1st S 

Jensen Jens S, 22 E’lst S 

Jones Wm, 64 Main 

Joslin & Park, 170 Main 

Marcher F A, 224 Main 

Penn W A, 27 W 1st S 

Reiser Henry, 12 E 1st S 

Seare Albert, 327 W S Temple 

Smith Nimshi, 178 W S Temple 

Stark A J, 27 W 1st S 

Surbaugh T M, 75 W lst«S 

Thompson N P, 67 Commercial 

D.M.McAllister & Co. 72 Main St. 





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WELL DRIVERS. 

Bishop & Sons, 434 N 2d W 

CO-OPERATIVE WAGON & MACHINE CO, 114-118 S 
1st E, 12 © (See Page 125) 

Douris Thomas, 567 N 1st W 
Howcroft Neplii, 6th W bet 8th & 9th S 
Mikesell Wm, 41 S 4th W 
Palmer Bros, 477 S 3d W 
Smith Harry, 574 S 1st W 
Thompson Amos, 558 W 6th S 
Woodbury T H jr, 252 W 6th S 

WHEELWRIGHT. 

Jensen Nels, 633 S 4th E 

WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS. 

Bloch B K & Co, 13-19 Commercial, 365 
California Wine Co, 334 S Main, 443 
Hadra F S, 44 & 46, E 1st S 

HIRSCHLER D & CO, 213 Main 129 (See Page 81) 
Kentucky Liquor Co, 11-15 E 2d S, 231 
Sadler Henry, 223-225 Main, 435 

WOOD CARVERS. 

Ford J J, 157 1st E 
Quinn George, 668 First 

WOOD & WILLOW WARE. 

Pavey W C & Co, 74 W 2d S, 226 

WOOLEN MILLS. 

Deseret & Provo, J C Cutler & Bro agts, 36 Main, 127 


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Telephone No.233. 


-HAS ERECTED HEATING APPARATUS IN- 
-FOLLOWING BUILDINGS:- 


Z. C. M. I. Shoe Factory and Store. 
Commercial Bank Block. Deseret Woolen Mills. 

Hooper-Caine Block. A. Cohn’s Residence. 

Natatorium Building. Dr. Dunford’s u ! 

Walker House Hotel. S. Bamberger’s u 

Culmer Building. Earl D. Gray’s “ j 

Tribune Building. • «. Kelly & Co. Building., 

14th Ward Schoolhouse. 

P. V. Coal Co,’s Store, Castle Gate, Utph. 

Alma Hague Building, Nephi, Utah. 

W. H. Watt Building,- Hailey, Idaho. I 






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Hoisting Engines , Pumps , 

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