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Full text of "The Utah directory, for 1883-84 : containing the name and occupation of every resident in Salt Lake City : and a complete business directory of every city and town in Utah : together with a compendium of general information"

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Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Clotks, 

Window Cornices, and Shades, Lace Curtains, Lambrequins. 
HENRY DINWOODEY, 

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123S to 1244 First Sotitli Street,' 



8A.I.T LAKE CITY. 



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320 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore. 




Matufacturers and Jobbers in 



Clothing and Furnishing Goods, 



BOOTS; SHOES, HATS, 



BLMKETS, ETC. . 




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Provisions and Produce, 
Crockery and Glassware, 
Tinware and Stamped Ware, 
Heavy and Shelf-Hardware, 
Stoves, Grates and Ranges, 
Tools and Implements, 
Stationery and School Books, 



Motions, 



Clothing and Furnishing Goods, 
Hats and Caps, 
Boots and Shoes, 
Rubber Goods, 
Leather and Findings. 

Pure Drugs and Medicines, 
Wines and Liquors, Etc., Etc. 



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IN ALL aUALlTIES and of LATEST STYLES. 



PAPERS HANGINGS OF NEWEST DESIGNS 
Duck Suits, Overcoats and Overalls. 



Utah Directory Advertisements. 



Silt Lake Surgical & Hedical Institute 

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THE SPECIAL PROVINCE of this Institute is 
the treatment of ALL DEFORMITIES of the Body 
and Limbs, such as Curvatures arid Distortions of the 
Spine, Crooked Feet, Legs, Arms and Hands, Paraly- 
sis, Diseases of the Bones and Joints, Piles and 
Fistula (without the knife), Catarrah, Rheumatism, 
Lung Diseases, Tumors, Cancer, Neuralgia, Nervous 
Diseases, Hernia (Hupture), Dyspepsia, Liver 
Troubles, Diseases of the 

Kye, Ear and Throat. 

Diseases of Females, Private and all other Chronic 
Diseases. 

ITS FACILITIES are superior to anything that 
can be found in the Great West. In the offices of the 
Institute is the Largest and most romplete ELEC- 
TRICAL APPARATUS* for the treatment of Diseases 
in the West. 

Oallor Address SALT LAKK SURGICAL AND 
MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 139 Main St., next door 
above Jones' Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

PROVO LUfflBE^iFuTLOiNGlE 

PLANING MILLS, 

A FULL STOCK OF 

DOORS, SASH, MOULDINGS, SHINGLES, 
LATH, PICKETS 

AND ALL, KINDS OF 

BUILDING MATERIAL, GLASS and ENAMEL PAINT. 




Agents for the 



STAR PORCELAIN LINED WOOD PUMPS. 



Orders by Mail promptly filled. 



H. H. CLUFF, Sup't. 

PROVO LUMBER AND BUILDING COMPANY. 

IFIROVO OIT1T. 



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Utah Directory Advertisements. 



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Successors to W. W. Bartlett & Co. 



Manufacturers of 

SPRING BEDS | MATTRESSES. 

No. 236 MAIN STREET, Next to Clift House, 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

KAHN BROTHERS, 



Wholesale Dealers in 



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A Large and Complete Line of TOBACCOS and 
CIGARS of which we make a specialty. 

SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. 

No. 113 & 115 East Temple Street, 
ILiAJKIIE! 



H. S. KEEDALL, Proprietor. 

Rear of 211 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 



LOCAL and COUNTRY TRADE Supplied 



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BOTTOM RATES. 



THE 

UTAH DIRECTORY, 

FOR 

1883-84:. 
Published by J. C. GRAHAM & CO., 

CONTAINING THE 

A. ls IE .A-ZLsTID OOOTJ^^TI 

OF 

EVERY RESIDENT IN SALT LAKE CITY. 

AND A 

Complete Business Directory of every City and Town in Utah 

TOGETHER WITH A 

COMPENDIUM OF GENERAL INFORMATION. 



J. C. GRAHAM & CO., PRINTERS, 

28 and SO First South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1883, by y. C. GRAHAM &> CO., in the 
Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington^ D. C. 




Utah Directory Advertisements. 

Central Railway, 

THE PIONEER LINE OF UTAH, 

Is Standard Guage, and running through the centre of Utah 

affords to travellers a safe, speedy and pleasant route to 

all the principal towns and cities of Utah, and is 

the only line running to Southern Utah. 



The Equipment is First Class, the Road Bed Solid, 
and Fast Time is Made. 



THIS POPULAR LINE 

Makes close connection with THE UNION PACIFIC at 

Ogden for Denver, Kansas City, Omaha, Council Bluffs, 

Chicago, St. Louis, Philadelphia, New York, 

Boston, and all points East. 



CONNECTS AT OCDEN 

With the CENTRAL PACIFIC for Sacramento, San Francisco, 
and all points on the Pacific Coast. Also with UTAH and 
NORTHERN R'Y for all points in Northern 
Utah, Idaho and Montana. 



PASSENGER TKAINS BUN DAILY BETWEEN SALT LAKE AND OGDEN 
and BETWEEN SALT LAKE and SOUTH. 

j&$~ For information relative to Freight and Passage apply at 

GENERAL OFFICES, MAIN STREET. 



JOHN SHARP, JAS. SHARP, F. COPE, 

Gen'l Supt. Asst. Gen'l Supt. G- F. & P. Ag't. 



This work opens with a general Name-Directory of Salt 
Lake City; after which follow a Guide Book, a Compendium 
of useful information, and a Digest of the Commercial Laws 
of the Territory. Next in order is a Business Directory of 
Salt Lake City, followed by that of the smaller towns in Salt 
Lake County. The more important and larger counties of 
the Territory are then given, and these are succeeded by 
the remaining Counties in alphabetical order, with every town 
in the respective Counties in the same order, giving, however, 
the precedence to the County seats in said Counties. 



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Utah Directory Advertisements. 




THE PROVO 

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Manufacture the Largest and Best Line of 




To be Found in Utah. 



Their Goods are better for the prices than Imported Woolens. 

These goods can be found at retail at nearly every retail 

store in the Territory, and at wholesale at the 

FACTORY, PROVO CITY, 



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Special attention given to the Trade. 



They are always in the Market for WOOL an pay the 
highest prices in Cash. 



JAMES DUNN, Supt. 



PREFACE. 



take no little pleasure in presenting this work to the 
public. It is the largest of the kind ever published 
in Utah, and embraces a vast amount of information of intense 
interest to bankers, merchants, tradesmen and the general 
readers in this Territory, and adjacent Territories and States. 
Every effort has been exerted to make it correct, relhble and 
complete; and the publishers pride themselves in their suc- 
cess in these respects. 

The necessity for such a Directory is evident to every ob- 
serving resident of the Territory, and it will fill a want much 
and long experienced in our growing and prosperous commu- 
nities. 

In addition to a complete Directory, we have added a 
Guide Book, and a Digest of the Commercial Laws of Utah, 
which will enhance the value of this work as a handy book of 
varied and useful information. We need not mention the 
difficulties we had to overcome in compiling, making and com- 
pleting a work of this character. 



Utah Directory Advertisements. 



EXCELSIOR 

Meat "WNI Markets 




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Keep Constantly on hand the Choicest of 



Veal, Sausage, Headcheese. Etc. 

and sell at prices that 



Courtesy to Customers Guaranteed. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses Furnished. 



ALL ORDEFS PROMPTLY FILLED. 
Special Attention given to Orders by Mail. 

Send in your Orders and have your Meat Delivered. 

Cash Paid for Hides and Pelts. 



BULLOCK & SMOOT, Proprietors. 

Centre St., Provo City, Utah, 



Abbreviations 17 Fillmore* 262 ( Mill Creek 221-^ 

Adamsville 247 Fish Creek 278 j Mill Creek post-omce..257 

Alpine City 231 j Fort '1 hoi nberg 278 Millville 25J 

Anna 210 ! Fountain Green 20X ' Mineisville 249 

Alta 221 I Fremont 205 ! Moab 257 

American Fork 231 1 FrUco 218 j Mona 200 

Anabella 272 i Garden 200 i Monroe 273 

Ashley 275 | Glen wood ^72 | Morgan County 264 

Auroia 272 | Go.-hen 2>3 ! Morgan City 204 

Leaver County 217 | Grat'ton 2(il j Mountain Meadow 277 

Beaver City. 247 j GnuHsville 274 I Moroni 20'J 

Bear Liver city 250 ! Greenville 248 Mount Pleasant 20 ( ^ 

Benjamin 233 j Greenwich 205 I Nephi 259 

Bellevue 277 | Guide Look 179 to 197 | Newton 253 

Big Cotton wood 221 Gunnison 209 j New Harmony 201 

Bingham 22L Harrisvhle 246 i North Ogden 24t> 

Box Klder County 249 lleber 278 I Ogden 237 

Biigham City 249 Hillsdale 258 Ophir 275 

Bountiful 255 lloldeii 2^3 j Uiderville 201 

Blake i ity 250 ! i iomansville 233 | nuray 275 

Biinton 221 i Hooper 240 j Panguitch 258 

Browns Park 275 ' Iluntington 250 j Paradise 251 

Bin rville 272 ! litTntsviiie 240 Paragon ah 259 

Cache County 20! j Hyde Paik 253 Paiowan 258 

Castle Dale 250 i Hyrum 253 j Park (.ity 271 

Cayune 250 j lion County 257 Payson 23i 

Cedar Fort 233 | Joseph 273 i eoa 272- 

Cedar City 258 j Juab County 259 PettyviUe 20!) 

Centre :;74 | Juab 200 Peterson's 20t 

Centreville 255 i Junction 205 Pine Valley 277 

Charleston 278 i Kamas 270 I Piute County 201 

Chester 207 ! Kanab 201 i Pinto 277 

Clai kston .'53 j Kane County 201 Plain City 247 

Club iiill 253 ! Kanosh 20;'. Pleasant Grove 23-3 

Coalvilte.... 270 j kaysville 250 Plymouth 25') 

Coiinne 250 | Kelton 250 Portage 25') 

Crayuoii 204 j Kingston 205 ! Prativille 273 

3 avis County 255 j Koo.hurem 205 j Price 257 

iVseret 202 ! Laketown 200 | Promontory 251 

Ueweyville 250 | Lao 2<>5 i Providence 25i 

Diamond City 200 j Leamington 203 i Provo City 225 

Digest Commercial ! Leeds 277 Randolph 20t> 

Laws ol' Utah. ..198-202 Lehigh 233 Redmond 273 

Dover 208 Levan 200 Lich County 20(> 

Draper : 221 I.ogan 252 Richfield 273 

Kcho 270 Lynne 240 Richmond 251 

j den 240 Aianli 207 ! Rockv ille 202 

Jilsinore 272 Marysvale 201 | Salem 235 

Kmeiy v ounty 250 Mayiield 2.9 | Salina 273 

Ephruim 208 Meadow 20i ! trait Lake City Lusi- 

L i Lity ^74 ! Meadowville 200 ness iiirectory.. < .0,)-220 

Kureka 200 I Mendon 2^")3 Salt Lake Lity Gen- 

Fairview, 20S ! Micidleton. 277 I eral 4-irectory ...17-173 

Farmington 2 5 . Midway '^78 Sandy Station 22 J 

Fayette 2'KS \ Milioiu 249 Sanpete County 207 

Fui-roii's City ibj j Miilard County 202 Santa claru 277 



Contents. 



i^antaQuin 


235 St.nrlrt.nnl 


275 I Wales 


270 


Bcipio 


263 


St. George 


. . 276 Wftsatnh Conntv. 


?7H 


Hcofield 


257 


Summit County 
Terrace 


270 
951 


Wallsburgh 


278 
97-} 


Sevier County. 


272 


Wanship 


Silver City 
Silver Reef 


...260 
270 


Thurber 
Tin tic 


265 

.. ..260 


Wasatch 
Washington County. 
Washington. 


.223 

.276 
977 


Blatersville 
Smithfleld 
BnowviUe 
Houth Cotton wood.. 
Bpanish Fork 


...247 
...254 
...251 
...228 
2?J5 


Tooele County .... 


274 


TooeleCity 
Toqnerville 
TTintah County 
Uintah 


274 
261 
275 
247 


Weber County 


^i7 


Wellsville. 


^5* 


West Bountiful 


25fl 


West Jordan . . . . 


22? 

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fiprin^City 


26!) 


Union 


223 


White Rocks 


Bprin " Lake 


236 


Utah County 


225 


Willard 


951 


}Sprin ir ville 


236 


Vernon 


275 


Windsor 


233 


St. Johns 


275 


Virgin Citv.... 


262 


Woodruff.... 


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S PERRY & CO., 

TJ O- O- 1 S T S, =^= 
SPRINGVILLK, UTAH. 

PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED 
DAY AND NIGHT. 

Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. 




JOEL GROVEK, Sup't. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



Adkins Geo F 28 


Denver Beer Hall 16 


Joslin&Park . $v 


Ageair Frank & J 


Dinwoodey H, outside 


Kahn Bros 2 


Fischer 121 


front cover 


Kelly Bros. . . 82 


Andersoij Scott 279 


Dinwoodey Jas 9fi 


Kelsey Eli B 21) 


Arcade Restaurant 90 
Armstrong & 13 utter- 


Donelsou Bros 220 
Due O F.. 88 


Kelsey & Puterbaugh..2J3 
Lamb J S 22*1 


field.../. 2021 


Duiiford Geo altern- 


Larson John 30 


Ashby Thomas, . . . 242 


ate side lines 


Leaker David W 23 


AxteJl Levi D8 


Fardley B. . 42 


Lepper Dr A 240 


Barlow J M 38 


Fardley Jas W 56 


Lewis J S & Co 240 


Barnes M 78 


Earl L M 61 


Lomax J D 51 


Barnes & Davis, out- 


Eighteenth Ward 


Love J 2*0 


side back cover 


Store . 279 




Barratt Bros. . . IS 


Erb G S, outside back 


Lowell John W Wa- 


Booth DC 76 


cover 


gon Company . 94 


Booth v Brown 22H 
Bountiful Co-op Iu'n...257 
Brisaeher S & Co 20 


Evans & Spencer SC 
Evans David jr 228 
Excelsior Flour Mills 222 


Lynch &Cottrell 96 
Manning John 24 
Mason & Co 118 


Brown Jas 42 


Fxcelsior Meat Mark- 


Marshall & Royle 40 


Bullock & Smoot 8 


ets.. . 8 




Bull's Head Meat 
Market 78 


Farmers Exchange 224 
Farrell Wm . 242 


Meears Geo A, back 
of book 


Button & Boyan 40 
Business Changes 13 


First National Bank. ..226 
Foote Jas E 2-^6 


Meredith, Gallacher 
& Jones 50 


C 12's *?26 


Gem Saloon. 38 


Merrill M . . . 38 


California Brewery.... 76 
Capital Saloon 232 


Goldberg L, alternate 
foot lines 


Metropolitan Hotel 203 
Morris Elias B. 32 


Carroll li G & Son 224 


Goldsbrouo'h Mrs 


Moss W J 7> 


Carter Chas W. . 42 


Hlen. 230 


Mulloy & Paul. ... 46 


Carter Thos 64 


Goldsmith & Co out- 


Myrick & Co 23 


Chalmers Abe . 2<2 


side front cover 


Naylor & Pike . 92 


Chambers Jno G 242 


Gold sticker M 78 


Nekton Frank H & Co..40 


Chapman & Whyt<ck 


Gould A 110 


Nephi House 232 


inside back cover 


Graham John C 100 


Nevada Kestaurant. . . 23 


Christensen N C & Bro 63 
City Feed & Livery 
Stables 78 


Graham J C & Co 58 
Grant Heber J & Co.. ..204 
Gray N P. ... 54 


Nunn C W 38-101 
Nephi Co op Inst'n .... 10 
Oblad & Knight 93 


Clawson Spencer , 54 


Great Western Trunk 


Ogden Herald 114 


Clift House 22 


Factory ^4 


Ostler JnoC 230 


Cluff D F . . 22J 


Griffiths D J 34 


Pacific Express Co. . . .112 


Continental Hotel out- 
side back cover 
Coult James. 28 


Groneman August 228 
Gruber & Marriett 240 
Aalpin J J & Co 64 


Pacific Sam pie Rooms 7* 
Pacific Wagon & Im- 
plement Co .... 9S 


Crow ton F. . 56 


Hardy Bros & Burton 


Palmer W D & Co 126 


Calmer G F & Bros, 62-72 

8U02-118 


alternate foot lines 
Harris John 56 


Peirce G M, alternate 
side lines 


Cunnington & Co 40 
Curtiss A Co 2H) 
Cushman M G 234 


Hart Wm 279 
Hawley House 228 
Htiynes & Son 2") 


Peterson John 48 
Philadelphia Restau- 


Chicago & Northwes- 


HeilJohn . (j8 


Phillips W J 44 


tern Kail road.. . . 86 


Hoge & Jonassou 96 


Pickard W L, top lines 


Daniels T V, jr 223 


Hooper W J.. . 120 


Pickering Bros 38-202 


Dar ke S W & Co 1^4 


Hoover Jno W 222 


PierpontT 44 


D & It G Lumber Yard 279 
Deign ton K & Co 38 
Deseret Carriage & 


Hop wood Mrs A 34 
Horrocks Juo 212 
Husler Geo 78 


Pioneer Lunch House 233 
Pisko E & Co, success- 
ors to Travis & Co. 


Wagon Shops 96 
Deseret National 


Hyde & Whit more 250 
Jennings Wm & Sons 122 


alternate side lines 


Bank 30 


Johnson A J & Co. 90 


Pitts&Co 44 


Deseret N^ws 48 


Tones Wm 11 2^4 


Podlech&Co 20 


Devey W & Son 104 


Jones S S 2 '2 











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Index to Advertisements. 



Provo Jt & T5 Co. 1 


Qchoppe F Fi 56 [ 


Utah Central UR 4 
Utah Cracker Factory 2 
Utah Fastern K R 112 
T T tah Journal - r 3 


Provo Manufacturing 
Company 6 


Schroder Thos G 2S4 


Sapolio 1 1 


Pulsi pher M rs V, ( J . . . . 24 
Provo Co op Drug 
Store 13 
Provo Co-op Inst'n 12 
Q.uinn I G 42-212 
"Railroad Exchange 
Hotel f8 
Rand O A 11 


Scow croft John 2 


Sebree Howard 2(5 
Shafer & Co 212 
Silver Iron Works 74 
Simons Mrs M 13 280 
Slight Thos 31 
Smith Mrs lain* S Hi 
Snow Zerubbabel 7> 
Soule I P& Co 2-74 
Spencer & Kim ball 126 
Startup M rsllagar. . . .224 


VauAukin Dr 1W 
Vincent Ar Ostler 2'6 
Waarener Henry 7(J 
Walker House, out- 
side back cover 
Walker Joseph OS 
Wardleiffh H c 2'J3 
WarnockK, inside back 
cover 
^'asatch Mills 78 


Reed HA 42 
Reed all Hs 2 


Kichter Moritz 2'i-i 


Rock Island KH 15 
Suit Lake Tribune 13 
Halt Lake Herald tf 
Fait Lake Chronicle... 36 
Salt Lake Grocer and 
Trade Journal 62 
Salt Lake Foundry & 
Machine Co . ..41 


Stevens \V H 2 2 
Slubbs Teter 211 
Srerry <t Co . . 10 


Watson Bros . 12) 


Webber Chas F 23 
Wells, Fargo & Co 2)1 
While House 2) 
Whitehead Jasjr 2*2 
Whittemore B F . . 2S 


Sutherland A G 22 > 
Territorial Enquirer.. .10!) 
Thompson Shurtliff2H 
Thomson's Real Es- 
tate Agency 2 X 
Thurman Samuel K .223 
Tufts & Nystrom ) 
Tint's Pills 83 


Williams A L 124 


Williamson James 7) 
Woods & Hoffman 44 
Wyalt & Forrester 4) 
ZC M I, in side front 
cover 


Salt Lake Livery and 
Transfer stables ... 46 
Salt Lake Surgical & 
Medical Institute . 1 
j?avi!le Geo 42 


United Order Mer- 
(hitnt. Tailor*... _. 71 





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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



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A complete line of 

FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES AND 
DRY GOODS KEPT CONSTANTLY 

ON HAND. 

trouble to order Special Gocds from E'ltst or }Vest. 
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD. 

SSCplf 

IS NOW COMPLETE FROM STOGAS TO THK FINEST. 
- We ship our - 



Direct, and carry the most complete line in town. The Celebrated \ 

MONITOR AND CHARTER OAK STOVES 

Constantly on hand. Also a complete line of Iron and Hardware. We be- 
lieve in buying the best. Come one, come all and examine our goods. 

REED SMOQT, Sup't. 



Business Changes. xiii 



BUSINESS CHANGES. 



The following changes have taken place in Salt Lake City 
since compiling the Business Directory: 

Geo. Payne, Boot and Shoe Maker, removed to 218 Main 
Street. 

Thomson's Real Estate and Loan Agency, and contractors 
for sinking wells, removed to 137 Main Street. 

F. Crovvton, Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, removed to 
Third South, between Main and First East Streets. 

Dr. Jas. R. VanAukfn's Dental Institute removed to corner 
Tenth East and Second South Streets. 

C. R. Savage's Art Bazar removed to 41 Main Street. The 
Photographic Department removed to Olson's new gallery, 
Commercial Street. 

R. Deighton & Co., Jobbers and Repairers, and Manufac- 
turers of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, removed to Third 
South, between Main and First East Streets. 

H. B. Clawson, Dealer in Hides, Wool, Furs, Wagons, Ag- 
ricultural Implements, &c , removed to Old City Meat Market, 
West Temple, bet First South and South Temple Streets. 



DPIRO'VO OOOIP. IDIR/CrO- 

Full Stock of I'UKK rRirS AND 9IEDICINKS. 

CHOICE VATMKTY O? PAT3.VT AND PrOP^IETARY MEDICINES. 

Physicians Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. 

Fall Line of Stationery, School Bo As, Literary an 1 Scientific Works, Albums, &o 
GKO. Q. CORAY, Superintendent, 



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Has no equal 
Copper, Knives, 



for cleaning all kinds of Kitchen UtensHs, Tin, Bros-., or 
Forks, Crockery, Glassware, Bath Tubs, Paint, Oil lota, 
;c., For Salo by all (Jro33M. 




TOILET 



It is offered as the onlv perfect soap for cleaning the skin. It will remove 
almost instantly any conceivable stain, leaving the skin white and smooth: pre- 
ve^ts chappTng ot^efther hands or face. Q. P. CULMEE & BEOS., Agonts Salt Lak9, 

OTIS S. FAVOR, Sole Western Agent t Chicago. 



Adds to the popularity of the 



GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE." 

The fact that it is the most Direct, SPREDY and COMFORTABLE route between 
the \V KST and KAST; that its Holling Stock is superb, consisting of 




Magnificent Day Coaches , 

Horton_JEleclining Chair Cars, 

Pullman Palace^Sleeping Cars, 

the world-famous^Dining^ars ; 



That all its principal connections are made in Grand Union Depots, and that it 
tickets and checks baggage to all points, keeps it in the lead, and the favorite lin& 
with those who travel either an business or for pleasure. 

I : -s "ALBERT LEA ROUTE" to Minneapolis and St. Paul, 

Passing through the most picturesque portions of Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota* 
receives the patropasre of all lovers of the beautiful. Get a Time-Table and Map and 
and examine carefully. 

Through Tickets can be purchased VIA Council Bluffs, Kansas City, Leavenworthf 
or Atchison. 



Jt. R. 

Vice-Prest. and Gen'l Manager. 



Gen'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. 



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Utah Directory Advertisements. 




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The EXPONENT of the People's Right 



Larger Circulation Than All The Salt Lake 
Dailies Combined. 



JOHN KURD, 



GEORGE GRIMMINGER. 



AND 



Jfo/ COMMERCIAL 8T 9 

Adjoining Idaho Bakery, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

OPENED JULY ^th, 1883. 



Our Beer, Wines and Liquors, will remind you of Ganibrinus 

Bachus & Co.; and about our Cigars, General ,Grant 

can give you full particulars by 

calling upon us. 

HURD G.UIMMINGER. Props. 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



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S. T South Temple 

W. T West Temple 

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Abrams L. S., green grocer, ss First North bet 2d and 3d West 

Abbey R. H., res North West cor 1st West and 4th South 

Ackerman J. H., printer, ns Garden bet Elm and Maple. 

Acomb John, Sr., farmer, ss 4th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Acomb John, conductor, ss 5th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Adams Joseph, laborer, North of 3d North 21st Ward 

Adams S. A. blacksmith, res ws 8th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Adams H. res ws 8th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Adams D. H. farmer, ne cor 8th South and 7th East 

Adams Ida, widow, ss 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Adams Charles, boards B R Exchange 

Adams John, carpenter, se cor Plum and Centre 

Adams W. carpenter se cor Plum and Centre 

Adams George, carpenter, se cor Plum and Centre 

Adams James, teamster, ns South Temple bet 1st and 2d West 

Adams John, res ws 4th West bet 3d and 3d South 

Adams Wm. fireman, es 5th West bet 1st and 3d North 

Adams D. C. commercial agent, boards Walker House 

Adamson Janet, widow, ns South Temple bet 7th and 8th East 



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Handsome Double Buggy Harness at "W. L. Pickard's. 




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WHOLESALE AND DETAIL. 

Nos. 123, 125, 127, 129, 131 

MAIN ST., SALT LAKE CITY, 




We do all kinds of 



UPHOLSTERY 



and warrant our work. We make and handle 



AND MATTRBSSES 

of every description. 

Carry Feathers, Boys' Wagons and Children's Carriages 



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Adamsoii Ihos., carpenter, ss South Temple bet 7th and 8th East * 

Adkins Win. ft. gardener, ss Wall bet Spruce and Fir , 

Adlard Jabez, laborer, ns 5th South bet 1st and 3d West j 

Admire S. J. res es West Temple bet 3d and 3d South ^ 

Afflick W. P. blacksmith, s.s North Temple bet 10th and llth East M 

Agramonte C. H. M'y mining mac. ss 6th South bet E Temple & 1st E M 

Aainstroii Ludwig, carpenter ws West Temple bet 1st and 2nd North SJ 

Ainsworth Thomas, laborer, ns 3d North bet 4th and 5th West ! ^ 

Aird John, res ns 1st North bet East Temple and 1st East Q 

Airmet John D. carpenter, sw cor E]lm and Prospect 

Albrend Jane A. widow, ws 5th West betj3rd and 4th North 2 

Albrend Wm. F. gardener ws 5th West bet 3rd and 4th North 3 

Albion James, 4 laborer, ws 2nd West bet 5th and 6th South 

Alcock John, machinist, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Alder George A. clerk, ns South Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

Aldis Heber, harnessmaker,es4th East bet 1st South and South Temple td 

Alexander John, laborer, es 1st West bet 3d and 3d South 

Alexander Mrs. L. C., widow, ss 1st South bet 5th and 6th East 

Alexander Robt. painter, es 4th East bet 1st and 3d South H 

Alexander Wm. laborer, ss 2d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Alexander Henry, mason, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South ?? 

Alf R. M .merchant, ns 5th South bet 1st East and East Temple j 32 

Alford John, clerk ne cor Currant and Centre j pj 

Allen Thomas, carpenter, wu Garden bet 1st and 2d North 

Allen'Robt., merchant, cor 3d South and 8th East i M 

Allen Robert, peddler, ns 5th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Allen.Wm., carpenter, es Locust bet South Temple and Fruit 

Allen Wm. L. N., carpenter, se cor Fruit and Locust i ^ 

Allen John, laborer, es 5th West bet 1st and 3d South 

Allen Dr. J. F. (Moore, Allen & Co) ns 3d South bet E T and W T 

Allen Julia, widow, ns 4th South bet West Temple and East Temple 

Allen Mrs. Catharine, ns 2d North bet 7th and 8th West 

Allen C. E. teacher, se cor 3d South and 3d East 

Alley S. W. farmer, ne cor 4th South and 1st East 

Allison E. M. res ss 3d South bet East Temple and West Temple 

Aimer T. E., res es 2d East ;bet 3d and 3d South 

Alingram L. E., carpenter, ns South Temple bet 9th and 10th East 

Almond J. B. clerk, ss 2d South bet 1st and 3d West 

Alsworth Henry, shoemaker, ss 2d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Alt Jacob, res ws 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Alverson John, laborer, es 2d West bet 7th and 8th South 

Alvord Ervine T., res ns3d North bet 4th and 5th West 

Amy Elvira, widow, ws 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Anderberg E., carriage maker, ss 2d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Anderson Henry, laborer, es 8th East bet 2d and 3d South 



You can save 10 per cent by baying Clothing at L. Goldberg's 



W. L. FicJtard carries a full line of Trotting & Racing Goods 



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REAL ESTATE, MONEY LOANING-, HOUSE RENTING AND COL- 
LECTING AGENT. 

Will search records for investigation of titles to realties, make out Deeds, 
Bonds, Mortgages, Wills, Agreements, &c., &c., on short notice. 

P. O. Box No. 363. Office Nos. 23 & 25 First South St., 

NOTARY PUBLIC. 



S. BRISACHER & CO., Proprietors. 

Nl EALS, at all Hours, 50 cents 

FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. 
No. 233 Main Street, SALT LAKE CITY. 



HAYNES & SON. 





Salt Lake City, Utah, 



WHITE HOUSE. 

BEST FAMILY HOTEL. 

MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

Terms $2.00 per Day. Meals 50 Cents. 

A. POD LECH & CO. .Proprietors. ^ 




South Temple Street, bet. ist & 2nd West. 



Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Otoofs 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickarcl, Salt Lake. 



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Anderson Henry J. teamster, es 8th Fast bet 3d and 3d South 

Anderson P., manufacturer, ss 1st South bet 8th and 9th Kast 

Anderson G. whipmaker, ns 5th South bet sd and 4th East 

Anderson Dr. W. F., res es 2d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Anderson W. E. res ns 1st South bet 3d and 3d East 

Anderson Sophie, widow, ns 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Anderson James, res ss East Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

Anderson Manning, clerk, boards White House 

Anderson James, laborer, ws 3d East bet 7th and 8th South 

Anderson Andrew, mason, ns 8th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Anderson A. farmer, es 2d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Anderson D. P. carpenter, ns Garden bet Walnut arid 1st East 

Anderson Catharine, widow, ss Centre bet Currant and Apricot 

Anderson C. G. laborer, ns 4th North bet 1st and 3d West 

Anderson James, printer, ss 5th South bet 3d and 3d West 

Anderson Wm., res se cor 5th South and 2d West 

Anderson W. N. moulder, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th South 

Anderson James, moulder, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th South 

Anderson Robert, blacksmith, sw cor^Prospect and Chestnut 

Anderson Robert, res ns Prospect bet Chestnut and'Walnut 

Anderson George E. photographer, ws Elm bet Bluff and Garden 

Anderson Mary A. widow, ws Elm bet Bluff and Garden 

Anderson Frederick (Anderson & Pomeroy) wsPine bet Bluff and Wall 

Anderson Samuel, es Commercial bet 1st and 2d South 

Anderson Hugh, ws E T bet N T and 1st North 

Anderson P. agent, ws West Temple bet North Temple and ls?t North 

Andre A. res 1st E. bet 1st and 2d South 

Andres J. A. res ns 3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Andrew S. W. (Andrew Bros) ns 5th South bet 1st West and W T 

Andrew J. W. (Andrew. Bros) ns 5th South bet 1st West and W T 

Andrew Joseph F. (Andrew Bros);ns 4th South.bet W T and E T 

Andrew W. R. (Andrew Bros.) ns 4th South bet W T and E T 

Andrew Albert T. blacksmith ns 4th South bet W T and E T 

Andrew R. S. printer, ss 4th South bet 1st and 2d West 

Andrews A, K., foreman D &R G W boards Valley House 

Angell John O. carpenter, se cor Elm and Prospect 

Angell Lucinda, widow, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th North 

Angell T. J. book-keeper, es 1st East bet 6th and 7th South 

Angell Truman O., architect, se cor South Temple and 7th Sout h 

Angell C. E. lumberman, ss 6th South bet East Temple and 1st Kast 

Ajagood Martin, es 2d East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Anson P. J. res se cor Oak and Garden 

Arbogast George, res 44 1st South 

Arbuckle James, res ws 9 East bet North Temple and 1st North 

Arbuckle James, butcher, ws 4th West bet 1st and 3d South 



L. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City, 



California Lasso Saddles, W. L,. Fidaard, Salt Lake City. 



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P.O.Box 1017, 



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All kinds of 



Monumental Head Stones, Mantels, and Plumbers' Work 
done with Neatness aud Dispatch, 

Also Granite and Sandstone Work done at Low Prices. Italian, 
Vermont and Utah Marble. 

Prices as Low as the Lowest, and Work as Fine as any in the United 
States. 



$2 00 PER DAY, 

Cor. Main and Third South Streets, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

S. C. EWINC, Proprietor. 



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Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 

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Archer D. J. organ dealer, ss 2d South bet 2d and 3d South 

Archibald David, teamster, se cor Maple and Wall 

Argust Francis W. boot and shoe fitter, es 6th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Armond W. labo>er, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

ARMSTRONG, T: G. Jr., merchant us 3d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Armstrong T. C., Sr., clerk, es 4th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Armstrong W. H. hackman, ws 4th West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Armstrong C. M. rector St. Paul's, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Armstrong Thomas, laborer, ws Maple bet Wall and Prospect 

Armstrong Robt., engineer, ns 4th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Armstrong Francis, res ws 7th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Arnold George, tanner, ss 3d North bet 1st and 3d iVest^ 

Arnold Mrs. Fannie D. ws 1st West bet South Temple and North Temple 

Arnold Joseph, laborer, es 10th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Arnold John, carpenter, ws 10th East bet 2d and 3d North 

Arnold George, teamster, es 3d West bet 1st and 2d North 

Arnold Orson P. supt. street railway, ws 3d East bet 1st and 3d South 

Arnot Henry, porter, ns North Temple bet 3d and 3d West 

Arthur Joshua, es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South. 

Appleby C. H. laborer, ws 4th West bet 4th and 5th South 

Appleby W. P. laborer, ns 1st North bet 5th and 6thiWest 

Appleby Mrs. S. B. ss 1st South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Asbridge M. W. carpenter, ns 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Ashman James, gardener, ws Oth East bet 3d and 4th South 

Ashman Mrs. W. widow, ns 5th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Ashtoii Edward, painter es 6th West bet 1st and 3d South 

Ashtoii Benjamin, stone cutter, es 6th West bet 1st and2d South 

Ashtoii J. W. machinist, es 6th West bet 1st and 3d South 

Ashtoii Edward T. builder, se cor 1st South and 6th West 

Ashworth Benjamin, merchant, se cor 7th South and 7th Kast 

Askew George, carpenter, es 8th East bet 8th and Oth South 

Asper W. carpenter ws Quince bet Plum and Currant 

Asper Wm. carpenter, ws Centre bet Pear and Cane 

Atchison Thomas, contractor, ns 3d South bet 1st and 3d Easl 

Atkins Edward, clerk, ws Locust bet South Temple and Fruit 

Atkins John C. res, nw cor Pine and Garden 

Atkins John, second hand dealer, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d \V<-st 

Atkins Eliza, widow, ns North Temple bet 1st West and West IVmple 

Atkins George, builder, es Centre bet Pear and Cane 

Atkinson Harriet, widow, es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

Atley H. W. printer, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th West 

Atwell W. agent, ss North Temple bet Oth and 10th Kast 

Atwell W, H. carpenter, sw cor North Temple and 13th Kast 

Atwood Milan, farmer, ns 2d South bet 1st and 2d*Kast 

Atwood A. T. gardener, ns 1st South bet 5th and 6th Kast 



Li. Goldberg- has the latest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



WALLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 

GREAT WESTERN 1 

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JOHN MANNING, Proprietor. 

Having increased my facilities for making all kinds of \ o_ 

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I am prepared to offer to all the largest and best assortment 
of Goods west of the Rocky Mountains. 

Country Dealers and Merchants 

will find it to their advantage and interest to call and ex- 



amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. I 
am prepared to make everything in the 



from the smallest TOY TRUNK to the largest PACKERS 
and offer at retail 

Cheaper than the Cheapest, 

all kinds of goods in my line. 



Remember the place and call even if you don't want 
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Ladies Saddles in great variety at W. L. Pickard's, Salt Lake City, Utah, 

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Atwood M. I), teamster, ns 1st South bet 5th and 6th East j _^ 

Aubrey Thomas, baker, res 60 1st South j ^ 

Auerbach S. H. (Auerbach Bros.) ss 3d South bet 1st East and E T 

Auerbach F. ( Auerbach Bros) 1st South bet/ Main and West Temple 

Auguson L. J. carpenter, ns 8th South bet 4th and 5th East 

Aukirt M. F. boards H. R. Exchange 

Austin L. S. civil engineer, es2d West bet North Temple and S T 

Austin Edward, manager London Bank,es 6th East bet 1st and 3d South 

A very Allen A., fireman ws 4th West bet 6th and 7th South 

A very Evan, shoemaker, ws 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Averill O. J., clerk third dis. court, boards Continental 

Aveson Robert,printer,es 9th East bet South Temple and North Temple 

Axtell Levi, billposter, ws4th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Axtoii John, clerk, ns Mountain bet Elm and Oak 

Ayland W. T. laborer, ns 2d North bet 10th and llth East 

Ayrton Win., gardener, ns 1st South bet 3d an cUthWest 



Babbitt Elizabeth, widow, MS 1st West 3d and 3d South 

Bee Jacob, carpenter, ws 4th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Bach J. H., clerk, iia 1st North bet 4th and 5th West 

Bachgreen Maria, widow, ns 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Bachman John A., laborer, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Bachman S. E. laborer, ws 6th West bet 1st and 3d South 

Bacon Wm. moulder, ws 2d West bet 3d and 3d South 

Badger Rodney, laborer, ws2d West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Badger Rodnev , res es Centre bet Pear and Cane 

Badly Mrs. E., Avidow, ws 10th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Badly Mrs. C., widow, ws 10th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Bagley Jno., res us 3d South bet 9th and 10th East 

Bailey T. C., civil engineer, ss 3d South bet 2d and 3d East 

Bailey John, grocer, sw cor 6th South and 1st West 

Bailey John H., merchant, es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

Bailey Mrs. Alice, widow, ss 31 South bat 10th and llth East 

Baylis Win., cabinetmaker, lie cor 8th East and South Temple 

Bain John, painter, ss 1st North bet 10th and llth East 

Bain Edward, laborer, ns North Temple bet 13th and 13th East; 

Baker T. J. res sw cor 1st West and 1st South 

Baker Mrs. Mary, res ns 4th South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Bakes Samuel, nightwatchman, ns 3d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Batam Alfred sw cor Oak and Mountain 

Baldwin J. K., carpenter, ne cor 5th West and 3d South 

Baldwin Jane A. widow, es 3d West bet 1st and 2d North 

Bale Joseph, res ns 8th South bet 2d and 3d East 

Ball E. S. boards Cliffc House 



L,. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City, 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Uppers, W. L, Picfcard, Salt Lake City, Utah, 



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Best Stock of Hard Wood and Wagon Full Stock "of Extras and Eepairs 

Material in the West. Always on Hand. 



GENERAL AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED 




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CHAMPION REAPERS, MOWERS & BINDERS 



Are the best, most reliable, and satisfactory Machines in the 
World. Made of Steel, Wrought and Malleable Iron. 



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TRIUMPH GRAIN DRILL. 



A perfect force feed Grain Drill and Grass Seeder. It is unequalled 
for Simplicity, Strength, Durability and Finish and has a perfect spring 
Hoe and reliable Land Measure. 



Self-operating. Any boy or girl that can drive a horse can rake with 
g i it as well as the strongest man. It is without doubt the BEST HAY 
\ RAKE IN THE WORLD. 

o | OLIVER CHILLED & MOLINE PLOWS, 

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| every farmer in Utah, giving best of satisfaction. 

9 SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the Casaday Sulky Plow, that uses 

no Landside, making the simplest and lightest draft Plow in the World. 
The Moline Sulky for a steeljPlow, has no equal, being made almost en- 
j> tirely of Wrought Iron and Steel, is strong and durable, 
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Also a Complete Stock of 

HARROWS. CULTIVATORS, 

DOUBLE AND SINGLE SHOVEL PLOWS, 

and Farm Implements of all kinds. 
Large and Complete Stock of Racine and Bain Spring 
Wagons on hand, which are without doubt the best Spring 
Wagons made. 

For Full Decriptive Circulars for any of the above goods, address 



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Hardy Bros, & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WX.. Pickard, Salt Lake 

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Ball John P. grocer, sw cor 7th South and 1st East 

Ball Henry, bookkeeper, ne cor Prospect and Locnst 

Ball S. F. laborer, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Ball George, carpenter, es 5th West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Ball Wm. M. teamster, ws 9th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Ballard George, laborer, ws 1st West bet 4th and 5th South 

Ballard James, laborer, ws 1st West bet 4th and 5th South 

Ballard Wm. laborer, ws 4th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Balser John, tentmaker, nw cor 1st South and 4th West 

Bnmberger J. E. (Bamberger & Co) ss 1st South bet 5th and 6th East 

Bamberger L. E., (Barnb-srger & Co.) ss 3d South bet E T and 1st E 

Bamberger Herman, (Bamberger & Co ) ss 3d South bet E T and 1st E 

Bamberger Moses, res ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d East 

Bane M. M receiver U. S. land office, ss 2d south bet 3d and 3d East 

Banker Platt, res ns 8th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Banks C. H. carpenter, ss 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 

Barbee W. T., mining, es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Barfoot Sarah, widow, ns 1st North bet 8th and 9th East 

Barker Joseph, gunsmith, ne cor Ash and South Temple 

Barker Joseph, jr. laborer, lie cor Ash and South Temple 

Barker John, teamster, ss 5th South bet 5th and 6th East 

Barker Catharine, widow, ss 3d South bet 1st and 3d East 

Barker Almy brakesman, ss North Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Barlen John, laborer, ns North Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

Barley John, laborer, es Walnut bet Prospect and High 

BARLOW J. M. dentist, ss 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Barnes John, mining, es East Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

Barnes James, builder, ns"3d North bet 1st and 2d West 

Barnes Wm. laborer, ss 5th North bet 1st and 2d West 

Barnes Henry, butcher, es Ash bet South Temple and Fruit 

Barnes Matthew, grocer, ns 3d North bet 1st and 3d West 

Barnes Mark, gardener, ss South Temple bet 6th and 7th East 

Barnett Joseph, clerk, ss 1st South bet 3d and 4th East 

Barney Royal, clerk, ss 3d South bet 5th and 6th East 

Barney L. G. mining, ns 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Barnum Charles D., res ss 1st South bet 3d and 4th West 

Barr George, (Barr & McTierny) es 4th East bet 1st South and S T 

Barrell H. C. clerk, nw cor High and Pine 

Barrell Elizabeth, widow, ws 3d West bet 5th and 6th North 

Barrell Charles, shoemaker, es Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Barratt Matilda M. sw cor 4th East and 1st South 

Barratt C. R., (Barratt Bros.) ws West Temple bet 3d and 3d South 

Barratt I. M. (Barratt Bros.) se dor 4th East and 1st South 

Barrett Anna, widow, es 3d West bet North Temple and South Tempffe 

Barrett Mrs. F. res Wasatch Building 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L*. City 



Cash paid for Hides, W<-*1 and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Laie City, Utah. 

f R. R, EXCHANGE HOTEL, 

^ j Opposite U. C. Depot, Salt Lake City, Utah, 

B. F. WHITTEMORE, Proprietor. 



Good Board and Room Accommodations! 

Board and Room si. 00 and #1.59 per Day. 

IVHE^LS 25 OE3STTS. 

Meals and Lunch Served at All Hours. Breakfast in time for early 
trains. The Bar is stocked with First-Class Goods. Wines, Liquors, 
Beers, Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Pipes, etc., Wholesale 
and Retail. 



W. I). Palmer. Wm. S. Martin, 

PALMER & MARTIN, 

General Agents for 

ENLARGING AND FRAMING PHOTOGRAPHS 



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otypes, Tintypes, Photographs, etc. Portraits Finished in Indian Ink, 
Oil, Crayon or Water Colors. Prices Low and Quality of Work Unri- 
valled. Canvassers Wanted. 

" or ^^C'^, IIOUS<V SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

'JAMES COULT, 

PLASTERER AND CALCIMINER, 

ALSO CENTRE PIECES ON HAND. 
7th East Street, bet. 1 it 2 South. 

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Choice Meats of all kinds always at market price, also all kinds of 
5 I Sausages. 

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Barrows Ethan, grocer, ss 3d South bet 5th and 6th East 

Barrows Manly, res ss '2d South bet 5th and 6th East 

Barrow Frederick, waiter, boards White House 

Barrow Martha, widow, us North Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Barson Mrs. Rebecca, W T S 1st West bet 1st and 3d North 

Bartlett Samuel, res ws 3d East bet 6th and 7th South 

Bartell Frank, res ws West Temple bet 3d and 3d South 

Bartlett W. W., res es 5th East bet 4th arid 5th South 

Bartlett P., res Donaldson House 

Barton George, clerk, ns 31 South bet 3.1 and 4th West | 3 

Barton James, machinist, ws Ash bet Bluff and Wall CD 

Barton Hyruni B. (Barton & Co.) ss Garden bet Pine and Chestnut j p 

Barton Win. B. clerk, nw cor Bluff and Chestnut L5 

Barton Elizabeth, widow, ne cor Bluff and Oak 

Barton Isaac, res es Centre bet Apricot and Currant i J^ 

Baskin R. N. lawyer, ns 1st North bet East Temple and 1st East, < ^ 

Bassett C. H., bookkeeper, es 4th East bet Oth and 7th South i p 

Bastian John, mining, ws 3.1 West bet 3d and 4th North 

Bates Wm. shoemaker, ws 4th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Bates Myron, laborer, es Garden bet 1st and 31 North 

Bates Joseph, laborer, ss 1st South bet 7th and 8th East 

Bates H. G. druggist, es 1st East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Bath Win. laborer, AYS 5th West bet 3J and 4th North 

Batley Joseph, laborer, ss 5th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Batt John, painter, ns 1st South bet 7th and 8th East 

Bawson B. clerk, ss 5th South bet East Temple and West Temple 

Baxter William, res ns 5th South bet 8th and 9th East 

Baxter Samuel E., res ss 4th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Baxter S. M., lather, ws Maple bet Garden and Fruit 

Beatie Walter J. bookkeeper, ws W T bet S T and N T 

Bean George, res ss 3d South bet 3d and 3d East 

Bean W., engineer, ne cor 2d West and North Temple 

Bean Joseph, carpenter, ws 8th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Beard W. T. gunsmith , 1376 1st South 

Beasley E. music teacher, ne cor North Temple and 6th West 

Beasley Louis, tinsmith, ns 7th South bet 1st and 2d East 

Beasley Ebenezer, musician, ne cor Currant and Apricot 

Beatie H. S. jr., clerk, ss 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Beatie H. S. merchant, ws West Temple bet 1st and 3d South 

Beatie H. S. res sw cor 4th East and South Temple 

Beattie Dr. J. physician, ns 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Bechtol John (Bechtol & Sands) ns 3d South bet 1st and 3d West 

Bechtol Daniel, res ns 4th South bet West Temple and East Temple 

Beck John, contractor, ne cor Prospect and Spruce 

Beck James R., astrologer, ne cor Prospect and Spruce 



You can save 10 per cent by buying Clothing at L. Goldberg's 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W, L. Picfcard. Salt Lake Ciy, 



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CITY. 

SURPLUS, $i50,ooo 



SALT LAKE 

CAPITAL, $200,000. 

DIRECTORS: 
H. S. Eldredge, President, Feramorz Little, John Sharp, 

Wm. Jennings, Vice-President, Wm. W. Riter, L. S. Hills. Cashier, 
Jas. T. Little, Assistant Cashier. 

RECEIVES DEPOSITS PAYABLE ON DEMAND. 

Buys and sells exchange on New York, San Francisco, Chicago, St. 
Louis, Omaha, London, and Principal Continental Cities. 
%^- Makes Collections, remitting proceeds promptly. 



1250 First South Street, bet. East and West Temple, 
P.O. Box 381. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 



Fine Stock of 



French and English SUITINGS 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



1231 Second South St., Opera House, SALT LAKE, 

JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF GUNS, PISTOLS, 

Ammunition, Shells, and all classes of Sporting Goods, Pocket Cut- 
lery, Levi Strauss Riveted Hunting Suits and other makes, Powder, 
Lead, Shot Reloading Tools, Wads, Primers, etc., etc. 

We carry a large line of Imported and Domestic Cigars, which we 
offer to the trade at low prices, by the Box or at Retail. We can suit 
your pocket and taste. Granulated and Long Cut Smoking Tobacco, 
Cigarettes and Paper, Meerschaum, Brier and W T ood Pipes and 
Smokers' Articles, Canes, Notions, etc., etc. 

We invite correspondence from parties in the trade and others 
wishing to purchase. 



Call and see Hardy Bros, & Burton's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L, Piekard, Salt Lake City. 



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Beck Robt., carpenter, ns South Temple bet 9th and 10th East 

Becker John, barber, es 3d East bet 5th and 6th South 

Beckley Joseph, laborer, se cor 8th South and 3d East 

Bedolfe M. H., civil engineer, ne cor 5th South and West Temple 

Beer Benjamin J. painter, ss 3d South bet 6th and 7th South 

Beers E. paper hanger, ws 2d West bet 3d and 3d South 

Beers E. T. res ws 3d West bet 2d and 3d South 

Beers John, tinsmith, es 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Behn John, clerk, Walker House 

Belknap Hiram, res ns 3d North bet 4th and 5th West 

Bellamy W. J. laborer, ss 6th South bet llth and 12th East 

Bell Harriet, widow, ne cor Oak and Wall 

Bellamy A. R., laborer, ss 6th South bet llth and 13th East 

Belmer George, mason, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th South 

Bement Albert, farmer, nsSth South bet 6th and 7th East 

Bench Mark, laborer, ss Mountain bet Ash and Locust 

Benedict Dr. J. M. sw cor 3d South and 4th East 

Benee G. R. shoemaker, ns North Temple bet 13th and 13th East 

Benee William, blacksmith, ns North Temple bet 13th and 13th East 

Benham R. S. boards Clift House 

Bennell Charles, laborer, ws 1st West bet 4th and 5th South 

Benner Prof. Edward, res esEast Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

Bennett Richard, engineer, ns Wall bet Fir and Spruce 

Bennett Mrs. L, ss 3d North bet 5th and 6th West 

Benson Andrew, clerk, nw cor Centre and Pear 

Benson A. B. res es Centre bet Pear and Peach 

Benson James, farmer. ns8th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Bently Joseph, carpet weaver, es 6th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Bergen John, mang'r U. O. T. Co., ws Franklin Ave., bet 3d and 3d S 

Bergmann Frederica, widow, ws 3d Eat bet 4th and 5th South 

Berkley James E. res ns 4th South bet West Temple and East Tomple 

Berkstrom M. shoemaker, ns 3d South bet 10th and llth East 

Berkstrom John, carpenter, es commercial bet 1st and 2d South 

Bernhisel Martin, druggist, ne cor West Temple and North Temple 

Berry Julia, widow, ss 3d South bet 3d and 3d East 

Bess Laura, widow, ss 3d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Bess W. H. laborer, ss 2d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Best Alfred, res es West Temple bet 3d 'and 4th South 

Best Ezra, res es West Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

Bethell Joseph, laborer, es 5th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Betts C. S. chief engineer, D & R G W, boards White House 

Bevans Andrew, res es 5th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Bevan A. D. druggist, ws 1st East bet 3d and 3d South 

Beveridge James E., laborer, es 3d East bet 5th and 6th South 

Biby Prof. W. F., res ns 3d South bet 3d and 3d East 

GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake, 

| ELIAS MORRIS, 

BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, 

Manufacturer of 

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Fire Brick, Fire Cement, Plaster Paris, Asbestine Stone 
and Water Pibcs. 



MANTELS & GRATES, 




GKE3O. .A.. 

Agent for and Dealer in the 

SCHUTTLER FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS, 

Columbus Buggies and Phcetons. 

A full and complete assortment of Ames Steam En- 
gines, Cooper Saw Mills, Lane Saw and Shingle Mills, 
Lath Mills, Knowles Steam Pumps, Buckeye Reapers, 
Mowers and Self Binders, Sweepstakes Threshers, Min- 
nesota Chief Threshers, Dederick Hoisting Engines, 
Dederick Perpetual Hay Balers, Leppel Turbine Wheels, 
Flouring Mill Machinery . Correspondence Solicited. 
Address to GEO. A. LOWE, 

Salt Lake City or Ogden, Utah. 

Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goods 



California Lasso Saddles, W. L. Picfcard, Salt Lake City. 



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Biddlecome Rebecca, widow, ns3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Billing F. W. mining, us 3J South bet 3d and 3d East 

Billing Edwin, harnessmaker, ws 4th West bet 3d and 3d North 

Billings Lucius A. clerk, ws 5th West bet 1st South and South Temple 

Binder W. L., clerk, ss 3d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Bingler Herdley, ws 3d East bet 7th and 8th South 

Birchell Mary, widow, ws 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 

Rircumshaw Win. builder, us 5th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Bircumshaw Willard, butcher, es 10th East bet 1st aiid2d South 

Bircuinshaw Joseph, laborer, es lOih East bet 1st and 3d South 

Bird Edmund F. cabinet maker, ns 3d South bet 3d and 3d West 

Bird W. H. land attorney, se cor 3d East and 1st South 

Bird John, shoemaker, es Locust bet Wall and Prospect 

Bird James, cabinet maker, ws West Temple bet 1st and 3d South 

Bird Joseph, farmer, ws 4th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Birkenhead James, laborer, ss High bet Ash and Locust 

Birkenhead Isaac, whipmaker, sw cor Mountain and Ash 

Birkenstock Charles F. carpenter, ns 31 South bet 3d and 4th East 

Birreil John H. machinist, ns 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Birrow John W. machinist, ss 1st North bet 3d and 4th West 

Bishop Thomas, machinist, es 3d West bet 3d and 4th North 

Bishop James, plumber, es 5th West bet S T and N T 

Bishop F. M. assayer, ws East Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

Bishop Harvey, carpenter, ws 1st West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Black George A. res ws 3d East bet 1st and 3d South 

Blackwell O. B., boards Clift House 

Blair Edward, carpenter, es 8th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Blair Rev. W. W. res ss 3d South bet 5th and 6th East 

Blakely S. W. mining, es 1st West bet 1st and 3d South 

Blakemore John, tinsmith, nw cor Walnut and Wall 

Blanchard S. J. mining, ss 1st South bet 1st and 3d East 

Blasset Mark, carpenter, es West Temple bet 5th and 61 h South 

Bloomquist Charles, laborer, ws 1st West bet S T and N T 

Blunt Joseph, manufacturer, ns North Temple bet 9th and 10th East 

Blythe J. L. laborer, ss 3d South bet 1st and 3d Kast 

Boardman W. watchman, ss 5th South bet 1st East and East Temple 

Bockholdt D., county clerk, ss 3d South bet 3d and 3d West 

Bohaiison J. D. res Donaldson House 

Bohi Elizabeth, widow, ws 3d West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Bohling Louis, laborer, ns 1st South bet Oth and 7th Wesl 

Boise Thomas, laborer, ss 1st South bet West Temple and East Temple 

Bolto Francis, carpenter, ws 1st East bet 6th and 7th South 

Bolton Jackson, agent, es 5th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Bol winkle Frederick, laborer, ss Centre bet Currant and Apricot 

Bond John, mouider, ws 6th West bet South Temple and 1st South 

GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



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Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Plckard, Salt Lake. 







SALT LAKE CITY, 



Dry Goods and Shoe Boxes of thin lumber, Covered, 
Lined and Edged with Black Cloth. Fancy and 

Ornamental Paper Boxes of every description. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable. 

P. O. Box 543. 




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1227 First South Street. 

MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 

Dinners from 12 to 3 p. m. 25 cents. 

Other Meals, according to Bill of Fare, from 25 cents to 50 cents. 

Every thing the country produces, Trout, Salmon,. Mackerel, Codfish 

Chickens, Fried, Roasted or Stewed, Steaks and Chops 

of the very best. 

OYSTERS SERVED IN EVERY STYLE 

Lunches put up to order for Tourists. Satisfaction Guaranteed 

D. U. GRIFFITHS. 



IM::R,S- GTAJSTE s. SIMIXTIH:, 

all kinds of 



A full supply constantly on hand. Baskets made to order. 
1219 First South Street, SALT LAKE CITY. 



AND CONFECTIONERY. 

HSST CLASS MEALS 25 CENTS. G4 Main Street, SALT LAES CITY, 

MRS. E. HOPWOOD, Proprietress. 



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Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 



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Boot Joseph, res esSth East bet 6th and 7th South 

Booth David, liveryman, es 1st East bet 3d and 3d South 

Bordeii Andrew, res ws 3d East bet 1st and 2d South 

Borenian J. S. lawyer, ss 3d South bet 4th and 5th East 

BorgL. P. harnessmaker, ws 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 

Borgquist Rasmus, stonecutter, ss 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 

Borne George, clerk, ns 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Borne George T. clerk, ns 3d South bet Isi West and West Temple 

Bosch J. E., clerk, ws 4th West bet South Temple and 1st Sottje 

Bos t wick, G. W. tinsmith, ns 8th Soutn bet East Temple and 1st East 

Botsford H. B. res ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Bottleson Olof, res ws Franklin Ave.. bet 3d and 3d South 

Bouck John A., res es 5th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Bouck Alexander, farmer, es 5th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Bouck Wm. laborer, ss 3il North bet 6th and 7th West 

Boughtoii Harry W. clerk, ws 7th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Boukofsky Nelson, res ss 5th South bet East Temple and West Temple 

Bovier Edward, farmer, ns 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Bowdidge John, brickmaker, ws Apricot bet Wall and Prospect 

Bowen Walter, laborer, ne cor Ash and High 

Bowen James, laborer, ns South Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

Bowers W. H. H. mining engineer, es 5th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Bowers John S., carpenter, ws 1st West bet 4th and 5th South 

Bowers G. W. commercial agent, boards Walker House 

Bowler James, laborer, ss 3d North bet 3d and 3d West 

Bowley R. P. carpenter, es 1st East bet 3d and 3d South 

Bowman Win., laborer, ns 1st South bet 7.th and 8th East 

Bowman Mary, widow, ws 3d \Vest bet North Temple and 1st North 

Bowman Isaac, gardener, ns 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 

Bowman J. H. builder, ns 5th South bet 1st and 3d West 

Bowman Robert, mason es Quince bet Plum and Pear 

Bowring W. C., (Bowring Bros.) ss 3d South bet 1st West and W T 

Bowring J. C. (Bowring Bros.) llth Ward 

Bowring W. C., 14th Ward 

Bowring Mrs. Ellen, es 3d West bet 3d and 3d South 

Bowring C. K. painter, ss 1st South bet 3d and 3d West 

Boy an Max, musician, es W. T. bet 2d and 3d South 

Boyd G. W. farmer, ns 3d South bet 4th and 5th South 

Boyle Mary, widow, ns North Temple bet 1 )th and llth East 

Braby R. brickmaker, ss 8th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Braby Edward, brickmaker, ss 3d South bet 9th and 10th East 

Bradley Jas. F. mining bureau, ws West Temple bet 3d and 4t h Soitt h 

Brady Arthur, contractor, es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Brager P. L. res ss South Temple bet 3d and 3d West 

Brain George, moulder, ws 3d West bet 1st and 2d South 



L. Goldberg has tlic largest stock of Men's wear in S. Lu City 



Rubber and G-old Plated Carriage Harness at Pickard's. 



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Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots So Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



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Brain Edward, builder, ne cor Pine and Garden 

Bramble Clara, widow, es 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Brandley Henry, lamp lighter, iis South Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

Brandly E. J. (Travis & Co.) ss 3d South bet 3d and 3d West 

Braiiting E. F. grocer, ns 4th East and 7th South 

Bray P. H. mining, boards White House 

Brazier Caroline, widow, ss 7th South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Brazier Wm. baker, ss 7th South bet 1st West and West. Temple 

Brazier Chas. laborer, ss 7th South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Bredemeyer W. surveyor, 48 Second South 

Breeze Elizabeth, widow, iiw cor 6th West and 3d North 

Breeze John, laborer, ns cor 6th West and 3d North 

Bret James, laborer, ns South Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

Brethwite Joseph, se cor Chestnut and Wall 

Brewer Margaret, widow, ns 3d South bet.7fch and 8th East 

Brewster Frederick R., locksmith, ns 3d N/brth bet 1st West and (Quince 

Brewster George, laborer, ss North Temple bet 10th and llth East 

Brewster Edwin, laborer, es Maple bet Mountain and Summit 

Bridge Joseph, plasterer, ns North Temple bet 5th and 6th West 

Bridge Robert, brickmaker, es 6th West bet North and 1st North 

Brighton R. A., mining, ns 1st South bet 8th and 9th East 

Brighton W. S. res ns 1st South bet 8th and 9th East 

Brimlay John, laborer, ss 8th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Brimlay Richard, laborer, ns 8th South bet 3d and 3d West 

Brind Frederick, res ne cor 3d South and 4th East 

Brinker J. clerk, ns 4th South bet 1st and 3d West 

Brinton Joseph, carpenter, es 3d East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Brisco Robt., peddler, es 7th East bet 3d and 3d South 

Bristol M. V. B., res es 1st East bet 1st South and South Temple 

BrisacherH. (Brisacher &Co.)es East Temple bet 3d and 3d South 

BRISACHER S., (Brisacher & Co.) es East Temple bet 3d and 3d South 

Britton Richard, laborer, iiw cor 4th West and 4th South 

Britton Joseph M., laborer ns cor 4th West and 4th South 

Britton Frederick H. laborer, nw cor 4th West and 4th South 

Brixen P. C. ns 4th South bet 1st and 3d East 

Brixen M. clerk Valley House 

Brixen Andrew C., propr. Valley House 

Broadbent Levi, gardener, ns 5th North bet 3d and 3d West 

Broadbent George, watchman, ns South Temple bet 10th and llth K;ist 

Broadbent W. teamster, sw cor 3d South and 1st West 

BROADBENT JOHN, jewelry, ns South Temple bet W T and W 1st 

Broberg David, res ss 1st North East Temple and West Temple 

Brockway Isaac, bookkeeper, ss 4th South bet East Temple and 1st K 

Bromley George, res|ss 3d South bet East Temple and West T<>mpl<* 

Brooks Charles, laborer, es 5th West bet S T and N T 



L. 3-oldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City, 



W. L. PicJtard carries a full line of Trotting & Hating Goodt 



l! PIONEER DENTIST OF UTAH, 

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Cor ist South and 3rd West Streets. 

P. O. BOX 58S. 



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U i 1272 Kimball Block. Manufacturer of 



i&> lot^ 

and other medicines for all ailments. 



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Successor to W. S. CLAYS, 
U7 Main Street, SALT LAKE CITY. 

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II. Deighton. H. W. Peighton. 

Manufacturers of & Dealers in TIN, SHEET IEON & COPPEB WARE. 

Special attention given to all kinds of Jobbing, Repairing, etc. 
Orders promptly filled. No. 47 Second South St., SALT LAKE CITY 



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M, MERRILL, Proprietor. 

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J^ 1260 Reese Block, Ist South St., SALT LAKE CITY. 

t| PIQKER1WG BROS., 

|i Dealers in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 

Canned Goods, California and Utah Fruits and Vegetables, 

> Cigars and Tobacco. The famous Grizzly, boss -x-. Cigar. 5. 

Z M Second South Street, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAA. j g 



Don't forget that Hardy Bros, & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goofs 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickarcl, Salt Lake. 

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Brooks John, blacksmith es 5th West bet S T and N T 

Brooks Mary J., widow, es 5th West bet S T and N T 

Brooks J. G., res ss 3d South bet 1st East and East Temple 

Brooks E. J. clerk, ws 6th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Brooks Philip B., carpenter, ws 6th East ber 1st South and S T 

Brooks G. F. merchant, nw cor 6th East and 1st South 

Brooksbank George, res wsjWest Temple bet 6th and 7th South 

Brooksbank Samuel, laborer, ns 3d South bet llth and 12th East 

Brough H. H. machini ;t, .- s 2.1 Nort'i bot 3 I a id 4th West 

Brough John, tailor, sw cor High and Pine 

Broughton J. second hand dealer, ns 1st South bet 1st West and W T 

Brow Catherine, widow, ns 31 South bet 3.1 and 4th West 

Brow B. P. teamster, ws 4th West bet l^tand 2d South 

Brown Annie M. widow, es 8th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Brown Charles, clerk, ss 7th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Brown A. H., bakery, es 7th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Brown John, carpenter, ss 4th South bet 5th and 6th East 

Brown Robert, miller, ns South Temple bet 7th and 8th West 

Brown Frank, carpenter, ws 3d West bet 6th and 7th South 

Brown Albert, carpenter, ws 3d West bet 6th and 7th South 

Brown. S. J. carpenter, nw cor 3d West and 7th South 

Brown W. (B. & Fried man) ss 3d South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Brown G. W. currier, ns Currant bet Quince and Centre 

Brown Arthur, lawyer, ne cor 3d South and 3d East 

Brown Charles, confectioner, ns 1st South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Brown James, laborer, ws 4th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Brown Mrs. James, ws 3d East bet bet 2d and 3d South 

Brown C. M. conductor, ws 3d East bet 1st and 3d South 

Brown Sarah L. widow, ns cor 3d East and 6th South 

Brown Alexander, clerk, nw cor 3d West and North Temple 

Brown Archibald, res 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Brown S. B., waiter, boards Walker House 

Brown Mrs. S. W. res es East Temple bet 6th and 7th South 

Brown John, laborer, ns North Temple bet 1st and 2d West 

Brown Mary A., \vidow, es 6th West bet 1st and 3d North 

Brown Adams C., engineer, es 6th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Brown James, gardener, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Brown Wm. gardener, ns 4th West bet 3d and 3d West 

Brown Benjamin, harnessmaker, ns 3d South bet 1st West and W T 

Brown Wm. laborer, ss South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Brown Wm. bookkeeper, nw cor Pine and Wall 

Brown James, res ss South Temple bet 3d and 3d West 

Brown Sarah, widow, ne cor Oak and Fruit 

Brown S. W. K. clerk, ss 3d North bet 1st and 3d West 

Brown Wm. res ss 3d North bet 1st and 3d West 



You can save 10 per cent by baying Clothing at L. Goldberg 's 



WALLTX'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 

; T :>hn C'unningtoii. Alexander Rogers. 

5 ouisrisrzisra-Toisr & oo. 

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X Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

| STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISION & MINERS' SUPPLIES 

* | HARDWARE MERCHANTS. 

/ Builders' and Miners' Hardware, Blacksmiths' Tools, Iron, Steel, 

^ Sheet and Galvanized Iron, Tin, Solder, etc. 

,C Agents for Giant Powder, Oriental Blasting and Sporting' Powders, 
*Z Hooker Pumps, Howe Scales, etc,, etc. 

5 Cor. MAIN and FIRST SOUTH SIS., 

, S-A.IL.T XJ^IKIIE CITY, 



Jervis Josliii. Boyd Park. 

JOSLIN & PARK, 



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No. 150 MA]N STREET, 

W i SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AND LEADVILLE, COLORADO. 

2 i Fine Native Gold Jewelry of every description. 

* WTM vm ^ 7 ~ " TO TFf ffl 

rj , Manufacturers and Dealers in 

& ' MILLIJ1EKY,LJCE, HUMAN HM, &c. 

C 128 East Temple St., SALT LAKE CITY, UT .\H. 



^ Thomas Marshall. Jonathan C. Royle. 

MARSHALL & ROYLE, 



SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 



FRANK H. NELDEN &C 0., 
FINE BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS AND BINDERS. 

PUBLISHERS OF THE "OPERASCOPE 

\i>. 1222 2nd South St., bet. E. & W. Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



WYATT & FORRESTER, 



^ ; Centre Pieces and Brackets a Specialty. 

*t Basement Wasatch Building, Main Street, SALT LAKE CITY. 

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Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L. Pickard. Salt Lake City. 



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Brown Wm. clerk, ss 3d North bet 1st and 31 West 

Brown W. C. grocer, es 6th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Brown Henry, clerk, ne cor Prospect and Spruce 

Browning J. A. bookkeeper, ss 3d South bet l<t West and W T 

Browning Wm. J. bookkeeper, ss 3d South bet l^t West and W T 

Browning E. T. merchant, ne cor Chestnut and Wall 

B uce Robert, dyer, ws l-;t East bet 1st and 3J South 

Bruce A. L. laborer, es 13th East -bet North Temple and 1st North 

Bruce Charles, boards Continental 

BrunkerThos. mason, ss 3d South bet 9th and Hth East 

Buballs Julia, widow, ns 1st North bet oth and Gth West 

Buchanan Alexander, carpenter, nw cor 3d West and 8th South 

liuchanan Archie, baker, ss South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Buck Julia, widow, es 31 West bet 4th and 5th North 

Buck Geo. H. tanner, cs 3d West bet 4th and oth North 

Buckle John F. (P>uckle & Son)ns 3d South bet 1st and 3d East 

Buckle J. tailor, es 7th East bet 4th and oth South 

Buckle George, bookbinder, ns 4th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Bucklyn George, laborer sw cor Wall and Chestnut 

Buckmaster John, (Chronicle Co.) ws 1st East bet S T and 1st South 

Buckwalter Henry, res ns 1st South bet West Temple and 1st West 

Budd George, carpenter, ws 6th West betS Tand N T 

Bult Robert, engineer, ns 3d No'th bet oth and Gth West 

Bull Hyrum. laborer, ws 1st P^ast bet 4th and oth South 

Bull Joseph, shoemaker, es 1 1th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Bull Joseph, sr. printer, ns 1st North bet 1st and 2d West 

Bull Joseph jr. (Bull & Callisten 1st North bet 1st and 3d West 

Bullock F. A. brakeman, ss South Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

Bullock Thomas, ss South Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

Bullock Edwin, mason, ss 1st North bet Gth and 7th West 

Bullock Edward, laborer, es 5th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Bullock John, gardener, ns 2d North bet Oth and 10th East 

Bullock Charles, laborer, ws 5th West bet S T and N T 

Bullow David, res nw cor 8th East and Gth South 

Bunting Mary Ann, dressmaker, ws West Temple bet 4th and 5th South 

Bunnell Esther, widow, ss 3d South bet 5th and 6th South 

Bunnell Isaac, bookkeeper, ss 3d South bet 5th and Gth East 

Burgess Mrs. E. A. es 3d East bet 3d and 4th South 

Burgess foshua, nightwatchmon, es 3d West bet 2d and 3d South 

Burke Peter, res Wasatch building. 

Burley William, laborer, nw cor 13th East and 1st North 

Burbitts Jesse, blacksmith, es 1st West bet 1st and 2d North 

Burbitts Wm. shoemaker, es 1st West bet 1st and 2d North 

Burg Andrew, harnessmaker, ws 8th East bet 3d and 3d South 

Burhance M. S. carpenter ss Gth South bet W T and E T 



Li. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, W.1L. Pickard, Salt Lake 
JAS. BROWN. 



All kinds of Ornamental Cukes made to order. 

Confccted Caraway Seeds for sal } , No. CO 1st South Street, 

One door west of Iheatre. 



B. 
DESERET POTTERIES, 

Earthen Ware of all kinds. 
Orders promptly attended to. fst West, between 4 and 5 South 

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Dealer in 

| STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, 

Green Groceries, Poultry, Game and Fish in Reason, Flonr, Grain 

and Feed. Orders promptly filled. Free delivery to any part 

of the city. Telephone on the premises. 



GEORGE 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Jffitt Mla/lte lStL $42a(0i Slk^ 

No. 23 Second South Streat, SALT LAEB CITY, UTAH. 

A perfect and easy fit assured, of Best Material and Latest Style. 
Repairing made a specialty. 



HI. .A.. IR/IEEID, 

AUCTIONEER AND COMMERCIAL AGENT. 
Advances Male upon Consignments. 

Office and residence, West Temple, bet. 2 & '3 South. P. O. Box 991. 

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^L> J-1M. ^neL ^S> o v^> & ^> ^^. Ua. Jll Jlia ^m ^D 

Palace Gallsry and View Emporium, 

Commercial Street, tvro doors south of Theatre Street, 
S' ia/^c Cf//, I'tnh. 

Phonographs, S3.0) per dozen, Card Views, 81.00 per dozen. Stereoscopic, 
4:2.00 per dozen, Tin Types, 3, I and 7 for tfl.CO. 

Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goo2s 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Upper?., W, L, Piclravd, Salt Lake City, Utah, 

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Burk Dr L. dentist, ws iitli East bet South Temple and 1st South 
Burkina n Andrew, shoemaker, ss S T bet l-;t West and W T 
Burnham Lewis, carpenter, ns 31 South bet 8th and 9th East 
Burns Win. laborer, ssKth South bet l')th and UMi East 
Burns Robt., tentniaker, cs 4th East bet 21 and 3d South 
Burns R. jr. res ss South Temple bet East Temple and West Temple 
Burns John, barber, ws 3d East bet 2d and 3d South 
Burns J. W. res Wasatch Building 

*?i | j Burns John O. laborer, ws oth We stbot North Temple an 1 1-it North 
Burnett W. J. blacksmith, ws Locust bet Wall and Prospect 
Burnswood J. J. blacksmith, ss Oth South bet 4th and oth West 
Burr Agnes C. md, ss 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 
Burrs John, laborer, es 2d West bet oth and 6th North 
Barries Walter, res us llth East bet North Temple and 1st North 
Burrows Mrs. M. J. milliner, ss 1st South bet W T and B T 
Bush P. W. res Wasatch Building 
Bussell James, res es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 
Butter Frederick, mason, ns 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 
Butler T. C. ss Oth South bet 1st and 2d East 

Butler George, laborer, us South Temple bet 1st West and West Temple 
Butler Ellen M., widow, es ith East bet l<t South and South Temple 
Butler Benjamin, mechanic, ws 12th East bet 4th and oth South 
Butler Ann, widow, ne cor 8th East and 4th South 

Butler Ilios., second nand store, wsWT bet 1st South and South Temple 
Butler W. L. stone cutter, ss 3 I South bet East Temple and 1st East 
Butterficld Edward, ns 4th South bet West Temple and East Temple 
Butterworth J. F carpenter, ns 3d South bet 4th and oth West 
Butterworth Edmund, sw cor 3d West and 3d South 
Butterworth 11. F. clerk, ss 3d South bet 3d and 4th West 
Butterwood Thomas, ws 1st West bet2d and 3d South 
Buttle W. laborer, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th West 
Burrows W. res es Locust bet Blurt' and Wall 
Burt Andrew, city marshal, ss 1st South bet 1-it and2d East 
Burt John, res ws 3d West bet 7th and 8th South 
Burt Joseph W., stonecutter, ns Fruit bet Locust and Maple 
Burt Mrs ^Ann, res ne cor Fruit and Maple 
Burt Peter G., ws 4th West bet oth and fitli South 
Buvt Alexander, county jailor, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th South 
Burt Peter A. policeman, es 4th West bet oth and 6th South 
Burt Mrs. A. res ws 3d South bet oth and Oth South 
Burt John, plasterer, sw cor Locust and Prospect 
Burt John, engineer, ws 4th West bet 21 and 3d North 
Burton B. T. res sw cor l^t South and 2d West 

> \ Burton W. S. res sw cor l-?t South and 2d West 

Burton R. T. jr. surveyor, ws 21 West bet 1st and 2d South 



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Ladies Saddles in great variety at W. L. Pickard's, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

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Burton J. H. architect , sw cor 1st South an 1 a 1 West 

Burton W. A . carpenter, ss 3d South bet 21 and 3d West 

Burton C. E. carpenter, ss 2 I South bet 21 and 3d West 

Burton Mrs. Susan, resss 2d South bet 3d and 3d West 

Burton Win. engineer, es 21 West bet 6th and 7th South 

Burton Elizabeth L., widow, ns North Temple bet 1th and 5th West 

Burton Joseph, res ss 21 South bet 1st and 2d West 

Burton John, carpenter, ne cor 6th South and 3d West 

Burton C. S. (Hardy Bros. & Burton) n* Fruit bet Walnut and 1st East 

Busath C. machinist, sw cor 5th South and 3d West 

Busby John, street car driver, ws 8th East bet*5th and|3th South 

Busby Andrew, plasterer, es 7th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Busby Andrew E., blacksmith, ss 5th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Busby John K., street car driver, ss 5th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Butcher Sophia, widow, ns 5th South bet 1st and 21 West 

Byner Harriet, widow, es 5th West bet 1st and 21 South 

Byadd Elizabeth, widow, ws West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

By water George G. engineer, es 1st West betS T and N T 

Bywater Wm. laborer, ws Oak bet Wall and Prospect 

By water Willard W., carpenter, ws 1th West bet S T and 1st South 

Cattail Kichard J., res ss Prospect bet Beach and Cherry 

Gaboon Wm. F., res es 1th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Cahooii Joseph, conduc or, es -1th East bet 1-jt South and South Temple 

Gaboon W. M., carpenter, es 1th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Gaboon John F, carpenter, es Spruce bet Fruit and Garden 

Caine John T., recorder, ws Chestnut bet Fruit and Garden 

Calder D. G., clerk, ws 3d East South Temple and 1st South 

Calder. W W., clerk, ss South Temple bet 21 and 3d West 

Calder Wm. policeman, ws, W T bet N T and 1st North 

Calder D O., music dealer, sw cor Pine and Garden 

Calder Wm. policeman, sw cor Beach and Wall 

Calder Mrs Phoebe, nw cor West Temple and 3d South 

Caldwell Nancy, widow, es 6th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Caldwell Amos, shoemaker, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th East 

Callister E., tailor, ss 1th South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Callister Jiio. E., (Callister ft Bull) ss 4th South bet 1st West and W T 

Calton Wm. laborer, es 8th East bet 8th and 9th South 

Campkin George, shoemaker, es 1st West bet 1st and 3d North 

Cameron David, laborer, ws 9th East bet 2d /ind 3d South 

Cameron Mrs. M. widow, ws llth East bet 3d and 3d South 

Cameron A. res es Fir bet Wall and Prospect 

Camomile John, laborer, es 3d East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Camp Wm. laborer, es 3d West bet 1st, and 3d North 

Camp Charles, machinist, ss 1st North bet 3d and 4th West 

Campbell W. S. mason, ws 3d East bet 7th and 8th South 



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Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at Pielf ard's. 

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Campbell Andrew, laborer, es 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Campbell Wm. laborer, ss South Temple bet 3d and Jth East 

Campbell Wm., conductor, es Oth East bet fith and 7th South 

Campbell Mary, widow, es West Temple bet 1st and 2d South 

Campbell Robert, laborer, ws 1M West bet North Temple aud 1st North 

Campbell James, laborer, ne cor Prospect and Elm 

Campbell J. W. mining, es 1st West bet 3d and 4th South 

Cnmpe John IT. draftsman, es Franklin Avc.bet 2d and 3d Sonth 

Canhan It. IT. laborer, ss 2d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Cannon A. M. jr., res us 7th South bet 1st and 2d East 

Cannon Thos. J. teamster, ws 2d East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Cannon Bowiuon, teamster, ns Gth South bet Oth and 10th East 

Cannon Angus M. sr., county recorder, ws 1st Wesi bet ST and 1st South 

Cannon Angus M, Sr., ns 1st South, bet 1st and 21 West 

Cannon George II, builder, ns 3d South, bet 2J and 3d West 

Cannon Albert, res ss North Temple, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Cniinoii Hiram, laborer, MS North Temple, bet 1st and 2d West 

Cantlon Michael (Cantlon & Sons) es llth East bet S T and 1st South 

Cantwell L S, butcher, es Quince, bet Plum and Currant 

Canmson Mary, widow, ws Commercial, bet 1st and 2J South 

Careless George, (Careless <fc Croxall) ns 6th South, bet 1st East and E T 

Cargum Bartholomew, ws 2,1 East bet 7th and 8th South 

Garish Christian, clerk, es 9th East, bet Gth and 7th South 

Carlisle S H, Stone Cutter, ss 2d South, bet West Temple & East Temple 

Carlisle Joshua, music teacher, ss 3d South, bet West Temple and E T 

Carlson A, shoemaker, ss 5th South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Carlson C P, cabinetmaker, ws 8th Fast, bet 4th and 5th South 

Carlson Annie, widow, ss 3d South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Carlson Charles, cigar maker, ws Franklin Ave, bet 2d and 3d South 

Carlson Victor, cigar maker, ws Franklin Ave, bet 2J. and 3d South. 

Carlton A B, commissioner, boards Continental 

Carney G H, mining, es 1st West, bet 21 and 3d South 

Carney Wm. laborer, ws Maple, bet Mountain and Summit 

Carr, Charles, engineer, ws 1st East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Can- John, Teamster, es 2d West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Carrigan Henry, clerk, ss 5th South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Carrington C W, res ss South Temple, bet 1st and 2d West 

Carrington John, mining, boards White House 

Carrington Albert, res ns North Temple, bet West Temple and E T 

Carrington Mrs M A, es West Temple, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Carson A W, bookkeeper, es Quince, between Plum and Currant 

Carswell J, boards Clift House 

Carter Elizabeth, widow, ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Carter C W, ns 5th South, bet 3d and 4th South 

Carter Thomas, sporting goods, ss 1st South, bet 3d and 4th East 



L. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



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Carter E F, laborer, es 1st West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Ciirtwriglit John, grocer, ws 1st Fast, bet 5th and 6ih South 

Carut h .Jaim s. res nh 6 h South, bet 8th and^Jth East 

Caruthers T dward, rnini!ig,ss 3d South, bet East Temple & West Temple 

Caruthers Win, mining, ss 21 South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Case Andrew T, farmer, ns 5th Sou A, bet 5th and 6th East 

Case Win, laborer, us 5th >outh, bet 5th aiid Oth East 

Case Hi am, painter, es 5th East, bet 4th and rth South 

Case Eber, bookkeeper, ws 6lh East, bet 3.1 and 3d South 

Case A E, agent, ns 4th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Casey Julia, widow, es West, Temple, bet 3,1 and 3d South 

CASTLE, DR. WILLIAM, us 3d South, bet 3d and 1th East 

Castle A W, carpenter, ns 1st South, bet 2 I and 3 1 West 

Castleton James, grocer, south-west corner Cherry and Garden 

Castleton Charles, carpenter, south-west cor High and Maple 

Castleton J W, clerk, ws Maple, bet 1'rospect and High 

Cater W. C, carpenter, ns 4th South, bet nth and 10th East 

Cavanangh Sydney, widow, es East Temple bet 4th and oth South 

Cederofr John, shoemaker, u; 4th South, between 10th and 11 h East 

Ceennegetter J W, baker, esTth West, bet l-;t South and South Temple 

Chadd M, green giocer, ns 1st South, bet West Temple & East Temple 

Checkctts R, laborer, ns _d North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Chew Henry K, res ss ,'U South, bet lit and 21 East 

Chalmis Maggie, widow, ws.jth We.>t, bet South Temple & North Temple 

Chambers George, res ss .th South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Chamberlin Richard, carpenter, ss 5th South, bet 1st and 21 East 

Chamberlin J W, nurseryman, north-east err 2 1 South and Jth West 

Chamberlin J M, music teacher, ss 5:h South, be', lit and 2d East 

Chamberlin Thomas, ru.-> w> 4th West, bet -d and 3d South 

Chamberlin Henry, teamster, \\- 2 I South, bet 4th and .~>th East 

Chamberlin Amy, widow, es ,'th West, bet l^t South and South Temple 

Chambeilin Thomas T, carpenter, ws 21 East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Champneys T W, laundryir.an, ss 4th South, bet llth and 12i.li East 

Chandler George E, res ns 3.1 .~>uth, bet East Temple it West Temple 

Chandler Sarah Ann, ss 2d South, bet IPt.h and llth East 

Chandler George, butcher, ss 3 i South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Chapin E E, boards White House 

Chapman Joseph S, stonecutter, ns South Temple, bet llrh ct 12th East 

Chapman Welcome, laborer, es 4ib East, bet 1st South A South Temple 

Chapman Samuel, laborer, es 4th I'ast, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Chapman W, laborer, ns 3d South, bet 3J and 4th West 

Chapman Joseph, mason, ws Chestnut, bet Bluff and Garden 

Chapman Samuel, stone cutter, ss Fruit, bet Elm and Maple 

Charles Ebenezer, salesman, ss 2d S mth, bet 8th and Oth East 

Charlson Annie, widow, es 6th East, bet 1st and 2d South 

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Chase Mrs H W, ws 3d Fast bet 14 and 2d South 

Chase Mrs M J, widow, es 8th Kast, bet 8L!i arid Oth South 

Chase S A, laborer, ss 8th South, bet 7th and 8th Kast 

Chase, George A, laborer, es Oth Kast, bet 3,1 an 1 4th South 

Chase Emily, wiuo\\ , ss oth South, bet 1st alU 3 i Fast 

Chatten Jonathan. < nuineer. es 4th AVest, between 14 and 3d South 

Chattield George, laborer, esoth West, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Cheshire K, harness maker, cs 7th Kast, bet 4th and 5th South 

Chesuey .lames, stockman, ns -4th S mth, b t 14 West & West Temple 

Chisholm W, mining, ws 3d Fast, bet 3 ! and 3 I S:mth 

Child W B, gardener, w* '.ah Kast, bet 3 1 and 3,1 South 

Child Tlies B, bricklsiyer, ws Oth Fast, bet 3 1 and 3 I South 

Child Amanda S, widow, ws 3 I V-ast. bet 3 ! and ">d South 

Chislett Wm, (Stewart & rhislett), ns 3 I South, bot 5th and 6th East 

Chiistenseii Paul, res ss Centre, bet Currant and Apricot 

Christiansen Annie AI, widow, north-west cor rth Kast and 8th Sauth 

Christiansen A T, clerk, es Oak, bet Wall and Prospect 

Christiansen N.I, laborer, n.- 14, North bet lst:m 1 31 West 

Christiansen 11 L, shoemaker, south-east corner Beach and Fruit 

Christian.NOii Neils, sho3maker, ws Pine, bet U'all ana i'rospeci 

Christophersen Martin, gaidener, south-oast coiiicr <tii ouihand \VT 

Chudd John, conductor, e* oth West, bet North jLe.n^ic and isi North 

CMer Frank, mining, es lit West bet ->d uud ;tii 3oUi,u 

ClT/ 11 ALL, ss l>t South, bet 14 and 31 /.asc 

Claghoin Hubert, druggist, ns Fruit bei Cherry and Beach 

Clark L W, les e.> 3 i Kast, bet 1th and oth r>utuli 

Cktik Win, Clerk, es ^th i.ast, l>ei 31 and 3J .>outh 

Clark Joseph, mason, ws 5ih Mast, bet uliaiid otti South 

Clark George, barber, es :'*l West, bet 7th and 6(h South 

Clark John, merchant, ns 1st South, bet 31 ani iLii Wost 

Clark E G, res .Donaldson House 3d aeuth 

Clark J W, shoemaker, es 5Ui West, bet _d and 3d North 

Clark Hciiiy F, tailor, south-east corner i.each and High 

Clari\ Mrs rsophia, res es 5ih West bet South i'eaiple and North Temple 

Claik Frederick, shoemaker, ss North Temple bet 4th and -3th West 

Clark John W, shoemaker, ns Nortu 1'empie, bee ^th and 5th West 

Claik Jett', cook, northwest cor Garden and .vlaple 

Clark Wm, baker, ss 1st South, bet 14 ana 3 I East 

Ciitrk Marian, south-east cor Prospect and chestnut 

Clark 11 i>, carpenter, us 1-t North, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Clusby .iule, res \Vasatch building 

Clawson S H, dentist, ws 3d West, bet 14 and 2d South 

Clawsou Mis Emily, ws 1st East, bet South Temple and 14 East 

Clawson H H, merchant, south-east cor South Temple and 3d East 

Clawson 11 B jr, south- we;st cor lid East and lit South 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear iu S. L. City 



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Best Team Harness made by W L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 

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Clawson Spencer, dry goods, es 1st East, bet 1st South'and S jufch Temple 

Clawson Hans, laborer, ws 3rd West, bot 5th and 6:h S nith 

Clawson, John II, bralceman, ns North Templs, bet 5th anJl 6:,h West 

Cl lys \V S, res southwest c^r Oth South an:l lit West 

Clayton John, res northwest cor BluTand Oak 

Clayton Prof, geologist, es East Temple bat S rath Temple A 1st South 

Clayton A, re> ns North Temple, bet 1st \Vj<t and West Temple 

Clayton N W, res North Temple, bet 1st Wjstand West Temple 

Clayton Mrs Elgina, res North Tempb, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Clitf F D, res vvs West Tjmple b3t 3d an. I 4th South 

Clinton James E, train dispatcher U C, ss S T bet l<t and 2nd West 

Clinton Dr J, physician, ss lit South, bot lit an .1 2 1 1 S mth 

Chisholdt V' C, shoemaker, ws Locust, bet High and Prospect 

Clows Annie, widow, ss Garden, bet Maple and Klin 

Clive El C, res es Wost Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Clive Hubert, barber, es OUi East, bet North Temple and 1st North 

dive Claud, green grocer, ws 4th West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Clive Win, painter, ws 4th West, bot South Temple and lit South 

Cloggy Win, 1 iborcr, ss lid South, bet 7th an.l 8th Hast 

Coburn Henry, agent, ws 5th West, bet 3 id and 3 I Xorth 

Coburn Win Henry, clerk, es 6th West, bet 3 1 and 4th North 

Cody M L, mining, ws >th East, bot 1th and 5th South 

Coggle Heber, laborer, ws West Temple, betTthand 8th South 

Cohn Louis, (Colin Bros) ne cor Pine and Fruit 

Colin Alexander, ('John Bros) ne cor Pine and Fruit 

Cohn W S, res \\ asatch Building 

Cohn John, res nsSth South, bet 2:id and 3rd East 

Cohn Henry, (Cohn & Co.) us 3rd South, bet E.ist Temple and 1st East 

Colbath L A, mining expert, es 5th East, bet 1st South ,t South Temple 

Co/bath John S, laborer, es L'nd West, bet 1st and 2nd North 

Colbrook Miss Nellie, milliner, es West Temple, bet 4th and 5th South 

Cole George, grave digger, ss 3d North, bet 9th and 10th East 

Cole Z S, gardt>u.;r, se cor 5th West and South Temple 

Coleman George, res us 1st South, bet Sad and 3rd East 

Collegiate Institute, es 2nd East, bet 1st and 2:id South 

Collett Richard, shoemaker, ws Apricot, bet Currant and Plum 

Colliu II F, lather, ss 2d South, bet 10th and llth East 

Colli-is Jlenry, boards Clift House 

Collinson M, ws 1st West, bet Till and Sth South 

Colquist C, (Colquist & Sorenson) es 2:id East, bet 5th and Oth South 

Combow Jerry, ne cor Gth South and 2nd West 

Condor Thomas, res sw cor 7th South and 1st West 

Condy Gibson, res ss Sth South, bet 2tid and 3rd West 

Condy Thomas, teamster, ss 5th South, bet 2nd and 3d West ! S 3 

Condy G S, contractor, ws 3rd West, bet otn and 6th South 

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J. D. LOM AX, 
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Wrought Spanish Hits Spurs, W. L. Pickarcl, Salt Lake. 

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Congregational Church, ss 3M South, b^t Fast Temple & West Temple 

Conkling J (', ore sampler, ns 2nd South, bet 3rd and 4th West 

Connors Thomas, res es West Temple, bet 3rd and Ith South 

Conn *ley S !I, res Clift How, ws West Templ-. bet 3rd and 4th South 

Conn,?ll Wm, printer, ws West 'lemplo. bet 1st South & south Temple 

Connolly John, groec-, ss 3rd South. bt 1st and 2. id Fast 

Conrad R J, res s 2 id South, bctlith and l<th F.ast 

Conrad Margaret, se cor 3rd South and 211.! W.->t 

Conrad Jasper, res ws 4th West, bet l.st and 2. id South 

Couroy.J L. res Wasatcli RuiMinir 

Contin vntal ! lotel , sw cor West Temple and lt South 

Conrs-l W. res es Trli W>?t, bet l-r .Mid I'nd Noith 

Cook Quintan, laborer, ns South Temple, bet 1 -Jth and 13th Fast 

Cook Wm X, blacksmith, ns South Temple, bt 12Mi and 13th East 

Cook C !I, blacksmith, ns Sou Mi Temple, ' >r i ;th and 13th East 

Cook Mrs W J, res ns 3rd South, bet 3rd and 4th East 

Cook Walter E, clerk, es 1st Fast, bet 2nd and .:rd South 

Cook Frederick J, laborer, n* 7th South, bet 2nd 3rd West 

C )ok \V S, (Kveui-iar Chro.ucle) ns .'{,-d South, bet Ith and -3th West 

Cook David, teamster, no co - -,th ".Vest a-i I 4th South 

Coo'c Wm, carpenter, sw cor Beach and High 

Cook Joseph H, baker, se cor I '.each an 1 Prospect 

Cook John, (Coo'c & Glatifleld) ws 2 vl West, b t 2'd and 4th North 

Cook W L, butcher, ws in 1 West, bet 3rd ai 1 4th North 

C( o i r U, butcher, w.s 3 id Wc*t, b?t 3rd an 1 4th North 

Coomb John, laborer, ss l;t North, bet ?rd an 1 Jth VVest 

Coombs George, p inter, e.s B-3ach, b3t FVuit an 1 Garden 

'."oombs Hiram, printer, es 7th East, bet 1th and oth South 

Cooper Charles, grocer, ns South Temple, bet Nt West & West Temple 

Cooper vVm, real estate agent, ws l<t West, bet 3rd and -Ith South 

Cope Jennie, widow, es 7th South, bet 8th and Oth Fast 

Cope John, moul ler, ns North Temple, bet oth and Oth West 

Cope Francis, U. C. ft. U, ns North Temple, bet Oth an 1 7th West 

Cooper Robert, laborer, ns 7th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Cooper Thomas, engin MM*, es 1st West, bet 2nd and 3rd South 

C >oper Wm, laborer, es 1st West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Copps Garrett, blac'csmith, ws Ith West, bet 3rd and 4th South 

C >rbitt Daniel, farmer, nw cor 5th East and 7th South 

Cordell Annie, widow, ws l*t East, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Co ker J F, clerk, ne cor 5th East and 3rd South 

Corless Henry, ns 7th South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Corless Robert, teamster, ns 7th South, bet West Temple A East Temple 

C >rless Thomas, farmer, ss 7th South, bet West Temple & East Temple 

Corley David, laborer, es 1st East, bet 2 id and 3d South 

Corsey Mary, widow, ne cor 1st West and 2nd North 

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TIN AND I33N PJDFIIT}, C?37Tim CtfTTESINS MADS A SP3CIAL2Y. 
Opoosite Walker House. No. 211 Main St. Salt Lake City. 



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^ STEAM PIPES covered with non-conductor feltinjr. 

Also Water 1'ipes covered to prevent freezing, 
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Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



Saidlery and Saddleiy-Hard-Trare, Jobbed bj W. L. Pickard. Salt Late City. 
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Cotta H E, res ns 2nd North, bet IHh and 11th East 

Cottam Catharine, widow, ws 5th West, bet North Temple & 1st North 

Cottam Alma, carpenter, uw cor 5th Wost and North Temple 

Cottam Heoer, teamster, nw cor ."ith West, and North Templo 

Cottam John, tanner, ws 6th West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Cottle Joseph, clerk, us 1st South, bet -1th and 5th East 

Cotton Mary, widow, ss 5ih South, bet 21 and 3d East 

Cottrell L, (Lynch A: Cot.Trell) se cor Locust and Wall 

Cottrell Win, res ns 3d South, bet 5lh and Oth East 

Coulam Henry, carpenter, nw cor 1M South and 8th East 

Coulam George, carpenter, n-4 2 I South, bet 7th and 8lh East 

Coulam John, carpenter, se cor 7th East and South Temple 

Goulard Joseph, laborer, es 5th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

County Court Hou,e, ne cor '2d South and 2 1 We^t 

Coult James, plasterer, ws 7th East, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Coulter Fergus, (Daynes ct Coulter), ne cor 7th South and East Temple 

Coulton Wm F res ss 5th South, bet l<t and '2nd East 

Covey Enoch, teamster, nw cor 6i,h East and 3rd South 

Covey Mrs Elizabeth, res ns3rd South, hot oth and 6th East 

Covey Hiram, teamster, ss 2nd south, bet 5th and 6th East 

Cowan JoMi, lather, es 3rd West, bet Oth and 7th South 

Cowan James, laborer, es 3rd West, bet 6th and 7th South 

Cowan A.ndrew, plasterer, es 3rd West, bet Gth and 7th South 

Cowan Andrew, jr. printer, es 3rd West, bet 6:,h and 7th South 

Cowan Alexander, se cor Oth South and 3rd West 

Cowan W, clerk, es Vast Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Cowley Mathias F, agent Contributor, ws W T, bet 1st South and S T 

Cowley John M, laborer, es 2nd West, bet 1th and 5th South 

Cowling Peter, res se cor Oak and Wall 

Cox Henry, blacksmith, us South Temple, bot 8th and-Oih East 

Cox Henry, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 7th and 8th East 

Cox Famuel, laborer, ns South Temple, bet8t.li and Oth East 

Cox Edward, carpenter, ns North Temple, bst 3rd and 4th West 

Cox Elijah, barber, sw cor Maple and Bluff 

Crabb Eliza, widow, ss 2nd South, bet 8th and Oth East 

Crabtree Wm, street car driver, es 8th East, bet 5th and Gth South 

Crabtreee George A, street-car driver se cor 5th South and 8th East 

Crackless Richard, painter, ns 1st South bet 5th and Gth West 

Crackless Wm. painter, ns 1st South bet 5th and Gth West 

Cracroft James, painter, ns 4th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Cracroft T, painter, ns 4th South bet 7th 3th East 

Cracroft Lorenzo, painter, es Gth East bet Gth and 7th South 

Craig John, signal officer, ss 2d South bet East and West Temple 

Cranda'.l W. J, clerk, ws East Temple bet North Temple and 1st North 

Crane John L, laborer, ws 12 East bet 3d and 4.h South 



L. Goldberg- lias the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WX. Pickard, Salt Lake 



28 and 30 First South Street," 



Book & Job Printers, 



BOOKBINDERS and PAPER RULERS, 



And Proprietors of the 




ALL KINDS OF 



PLAIN and FANCY JOB PRINTING 



Executed ivith Neatness and Dispatch. 



Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goods 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Uppers, W. L, Picliard, Salt Lake City, Utah, 
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Crane E. W, boards Valley House 

Cranwell Chas W, res ws West Temple bet 1st and 3d South 

Craren James \V, res ns 1st North bet E Temple and 1st East 

Crismon Scott, clerk, ss 2J South bet 1st and 21 West 

Crismon George, tax collector, ns 1st South bet 1st and 2d West 

Crismon Chas, contractor, es West Temple bet 2d and 3d South 

Crocheron George W, agent, ns 1st North bet West and East Temple 

Crocker Frank, res ws 7th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Crockett Agnes, widow, ws 5th AVest bet North Temple and 1st North 

Crock well J. D. M, physician, ws 4th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Croft Chas, laborer, es Otli East bet 6th and 7th South 

Croft Peter, shoemaker, es 9th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Croinar W. T, agent, nw cor Maple and Bluff 

Crompton Stephen, clerk, ns 2d South bet 6th 7th East 

Cronan P. H, stone cutter, boards Valley House 

Crosby Caroline J, widow, sw cor Bluff and Elm 

Cross Annie, widow, es 1st East bet 5th and 6th South. 

Crossier Joseph, res ws Commercial bet 1st and 2J. South 

Crouch Wm, clone, se cor 7th South and 6th East 

Grouse 11. S, music teacher, ss 1st South bet 2daiid 3d East 

Grout Carl, laborer, es 6th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Grout Mary, widow, es 7th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Grout Wm, brieSdaye^es 1st West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Crouther Sarah E, widow, ws 3d East bet 3d and 4th South 

Crow G. H, harnessmaker, ss 1st South bet Oth l)th East 

Crown Solom.ia, laborer, cs 10th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Crowel! Frank, ws 1*1. lUast bet 21 and 3d South 

Crowcll J. T, res iis 3d South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Crowther Wm, laborer, ns 7th South bet 1st and 21 West 

Crowther James, laborer, ns North Temple bet 21 and 3d West 

Crowther Win. carpenter, us North Temple bet 7th and 8th West 

Crowtoii Frederick, plumber, ns 3d North bet 2d and 3d West 

Croxall Mark Careless & Croxall) ns South Temple bet 1st and 21 East 

Croxall J. T, carpenter, ss 4th South bet 1st and 2d west 

Croxall Mrs. Julia, res ns Fruit bet Walnut and 1st East 

Croxall J, grocer, es 1st West bet 3d and 4th South 

Cushing James, res es8th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Cushing Robert, shoemaker, es 8th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Cushing James, sw cor 8th East and South Temple 

Cushing James, Jr, S3 8th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Cushing John, night watchman, ws 8th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Cushing Henry, mining, se cor Ash and Fruit 

Cullen M, mining, boards Valley House 

Cullins G, supt Emma mine, boards Cohtinental 

CULMER W II, merchant, nw cor Mountain and Elm 

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CULMER H. L. A. (G. F. Culmer & Co) ws Pine bet Fruitaiid S Temple 

CULMEH F.,Sr, ne cor Oak and Prospect 

CULMER G. F. Jr, (G. F. Culmor Co) nw co.' Ash and Fruit 

Cummings B. F, carpenter, ns I'd South bet 4th arid 5th East 

Cummings Laron, bookkeeper, es 1st East bet South and North Temp 

Cummings M, clerk, es 1st west bet 3d and 3.1 South 

Cummings James W, county treasurer, ns 3d South bet 1st west AWT 

Cummings Melom E, teller Deseret Nat, tt.mk, ns 31 S bet 1st \V A W T 

Cummings Harry, res ss 31 South bet 1st and 31 East 

Cunning Samuel, gardener es llth East bet Oth and 7th South 

Cunningham Andrew, blacksmith, ns 3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Cunningham Lydia, widow, ns 3d South bet 1st and 3d East 

Cunningham J. A, res se cor 1st South and 1st West 

Cunningham A, miller, boards II. U. Exchange 

Cunningham Robert, res ws 4th East bet 7th and 8th South 

CUNXINGTON JOHN(Cunnington A Co) merchant, nw c jr 5thS & WT 

Curby G. A, laborer, ws Ith East bet ">th and Gth South 

Curly George, mason, ss 7th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Curry lames, Salesman, ns 3d South bet East and West Temple 

Curtiss Charles, laborer, nw cor 8th South and 31 East 

Curtiss John T, laborer, ss South Temple bet ^1 and 3d East 

Curtin Catherine, widow, ns 21 South bet kl and 4th East 

Curtiss Theodore, res ss 7th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Cuthbert John A, laborer, ss 4th south bet Gth and 7th East 

Cutler John C, agent, ss 1st South bet 3J and 4th West 

CUTLER JOHN (Cutler B.'os) green grower, n\v cor Prospect & Spruce 



Daft A. J, res ss 3d South bet R ist and West Temple 

Daft Sarah A, widow, ns5th S mth bet 1st East and East Temple 

Daggett E,ne cor South T< mple au 1 1st East 

Dahl C. A, (Dahl & Thompson) ss3 I South bet East Temple and 1st E 

Dahling Marshall, carpenter, cs Locust bet Prospect and High 

Dalamore Frederick, laborer, ns 3 I S mlh bet 1st We.st and West Temp 

Dale Hannah, widow, ws 4th East bet 5Mi and Oth South 

Dale Mary A, widow, ss 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Dale John, res Wasatch Building 

Daley Win, res Donalson House 

Dallas S. B, Carpenter, es 1st West bei North Temple and 1st North 

Dallas S. C, carpenter, es l<t West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Daltou George, teamster, ns North Temple bet E Temple and 1st East 

Daugerfield Thomas, painter, ns 3J South bet Oth and 10th East 

Dangerfleld James, plaste^r, ss 3-1 South bet 9th and 10th East 

Dangerfiold George, tinsmith, ns South Temple bet 9th and 10th East 



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First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 

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Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at Pickard's. 

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Banks Peter, laborer, es 4th West bet 1st South and South Temple 
Danks Win, res ss 3d North bet 1st and 2d West 
Dark Sydney (Dark and Fuller) ss 5th South bet 3d and 4th East 
Dark George, res es 7th East bet 5th and 6th South 
Darknell Beiijaman, laborer, se cor South Temple and 6th West 
Darling J. M, commercial agent, ns 3d South bet East & West Temple 
Darling A. F, commercial agent, ss 3d South bet East & West Temple 
Daniels D. L. clerk, ns South Temple bet 7th and 8th West 
Daniels Thomas, laborer, ss 1st South bet 3d and 4th West 
Dart Dr. J. M, physician, sw cor East Temple and 3d South 
Davidge Joseph, laborer, es 1st West bet 11 h and 5th North 
Davidson Daniel, res ss 4th South bet 5th and 6th East 
Davis John, tailor, ws 9th East bet 1st and 2.1 South 
Davis Thomas, brickmaker, es 12th East bet South Temple & 1st South 
Davis Edward, carpenter, ns 2d South bet Dth and llth East 
Davis G. B, bookkeeper, ss 1st, South bet 9th and 10th East 
Davis Wm. lather, es 10th East bet 1st and 2cl South 
Davis J. G, broker, ss 1st South bet 1st and 2d East 
Davis Emma N, widow, ss 3d South bet East and West Temple 
Davis Lorris, flour preserver, ss 6th South bet 3d and 4th East- 
Davis Wm. laborer, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d East 
Davis George, grocer, es 1st East bet 1st South and South Temple 
Davis Elizabeth, widow, riw cor 1st South and 2d East 
Davis Robert, boards Colorado House 
Davis James, laborer, ws 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 
Davis E. W, merchant, ns South Temple bet 1st West & W T 
Davis D. L (Barnes & Davis) ns South ^emple bet 1st and 2d West 
Davis Elisabeth, widow, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th West 
Davis Samuel F, laborer, sslst South bet 6th and 7th West 
Davis Albert, laborer, ss North Temple bet W T and 1st West 
Davis John, laborer, ws 8th West bet 1st North and North Temple 
Davis W. P, laborer, ws 8th West bet 1st North and North Temple 
Davis R, dentist, ne cor 5th South and 3d West 
Davis George H, res Donaldson House 

Davis Franklin, laborer, ws 5th West bet North and South Temple 
Davis Thomas, laborer, es 6th west bet North T and 1st North 
Davis John, laborer, es 6th West bet North T and 1st North 
Davis Thomas, clerk, Continental 

Davis Morgan, plasterer, es 7th East bet 5th and 6th South 
Davis Lewellyn D, res se cor 3d South and 4th East 
Davis Myron, laborer, ss 4th South bet 5th and 6th East 
Davis Heber, carpenter, es 1st West bet 1st and 2d North 
Davis Angus, teamster, ns Fruit bet Cherry and Peach 
Davis Wm, night watchman, ns Fruit bet Cherry and Peach 
Davis Mary, widow, ws Cherry bet Fruit and Garden 

. GOLDBERG, LEADING CL.OTHIER, Salt Lake City, 



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THE LARGEST STOCK OF CIGARS & CIGARETTES IN THE CITY, 

Pipes and Smokrrs Articles of Every- 



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Wholesale and Retail Pea'ers in 



Mining Goods, Stoves, Tin Ware, Iron, 

Steel, Powder and Fuse. 
Also Manufacturers ol all kinds of 
TIN, SHEET IKON AND COPPER WORK. \ 

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California Lasso Saddles, W. L. Piciiard, Salt Lake City. 



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Davis Theopliil us, laborer, ss (Centre bet Currant and A;>ricot 
Davis Wm, st<,m cutter, ws 7th West hot Noith and South Tcmplo 
Davis ltd ward W, carpenter, cs 2:ul West, bet Noith Temple & 1st North 
Davis Edward, laborer, es 2nd West, bet North Temple & l>t North 
Davis Joseph, laborer, es 2nd \Voxt, bet North '] emple and 1st Noith 
Davis I) F, pattern maker, es 3:id West, bet North Temple & l?t Noith 
Davy Mrs Louisa, ns 8th South, bet 2nd and-'lrd West 
Davy 8, stone cutler, s\v cor Fruit and Chestnut 
Dawson Mrs Mary, ss 2. id South, bet l^t West and West Temple 
Dawson J W, janitor St. Murks, us 1st South, bet 1st and 2nd Vast 
Day Win W, clerk, ws 1 -;t Kast, bet 4lh and 5th South 
Day Mrs D, dressmaker, ns 1st South, bet Pt West and West Temple 
Day Hugh, res nc cor 5:h \Vest and South Temple. 
Day A R, teamster, ne cor oth \Ve.-t and South Temple 
Day Arthur, ns High, bet Chestnut and Pine 

Daynes John, (Daynes < Coulter.) '.vs Dak, bet South Temple and Fruit 
Paynes Mrs IHi/a, res es Oak, bet South Temple and Fiuit 
Daynes J J, res se cor Oak and Fruit 

Dean Joseph IT, stone cutter, es 2?;d West, bet f>th and fth North 
Decker Harvey, res ns 1st South, hot 1st West arid West Temple 
Decker Ohail ;s, res ns 1st South, bet 2nd and SJ:*d West 
Decker Mrs V, widow, ws 7th East, bet JJrd and 4tli South 
Decker Perry, sto -kman, e,5 ->rd West, bet North Temple and ls*t North 
Decker Lester, l.iboror, s^cor Htii South and 2;id Kast 
Decker Sarah, widow, ws 2 id 1'ast, bet 1st and 2 id South 
Deishton, 11 J, bookkeeper, ss South Temple, bet 8!h and 9th East 
Deighton Hubert, mcreliant, ws Oth T'a-t, bet 1st and 2nd South 
Pelamore W, ss o'rd S,ulh, hot I-"a-4 Temple and West Temple 
Dell W, laborer, es 2nd Ka-?T, bet 5th and Gth South 
Dclouch Disirc, laborer, ws :i;-d Kast, hotord and 4th South 
Denhalter Chas, manufacturer, ns -lib South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 
I e'iny ('has, printer, ss 1 ;t South, bet 7th and St.h l"'ast 
Cent G J, grocer, in South Temple, bet Oth and ] :th Kast 
Denver and Rio Grande Depot, svr cor 2 ul South and f)th West 
D ppe William, laborer, ns lend South, betSth and Oth East 
PCMT Wm II, carpenter, es ^rd West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
f- I Derrick Alfred, laborer, s\v cor 2nd South and 6th I-.'ast 
i Derrick Z W, machinist, s\v cor 2nd South and Oth East 
^" ; I 'erri: k 7, T. pattern maker, ws (ith East, bet 1st and 2nd South 

-, j Noseret University, nc cor 2nd West and 1st North 
.. i Deseret Hos]>ital, ws fith l-'ast, bet 1st South and South Temple 
! Pevaughn John, engineer, boards Uail^oad 1'xchange 

.^2. 1 Powy H F, carpenter, ws Fast Tern} 1 \ l;et, Tth and t'th South 

"> ! l)3wey Mrs O F, nw cor W T and Isr NoHh 

i Dewey J II, caipenter, ns 1th South, bet 2nd and 3rd East ! ! 

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Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 



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Dewey Albert, res ns 1th South bet 2d and 3d East 

De Gray Alfred, moulder, es 7th East, bet 1st and 2nd South 

DeKay Wm, bookkeeper, es 1st West, bet 1st and 2nd South 

De Mott Bergen, res sw cor 3rd South and 5th East 

Dibble Philo, laborer, es 2nd West, bet 2nd and 3rd South 

Dick John, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Dick James, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 8th and 9th East 

Dickert Ferdinand, U S surveyor, es 1st West, bet S T and N T 

Dickman Joseph, laborer, ws 3rd West, bet 3rd and 4th North 

Dickson W H, attorney, ss South Temple, bet 7th and 8th East 

Dickson H A, clerk, ws 10th East, bet 2nd and 3rd South 

Diehl Christopher, barber, ns 2nd South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Dignan Emma, widow, es 2nd West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Dimmock G. res ns South Temple, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Dinwoody Mrs Anna, ws 1st West, bet 3rd and 4th South 

Din woody Mrs Ellen, res ws 1st West, bet 3rd and 4th South 

DINWOODEY H, furniture, es 1st West, bet 3rd and 4th South 

Dinwoodey James; restaurant, ws West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Dix Owen, res ns 1st South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 

Dix Wm, laborer, es 5th West, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Dobson Thomas, night watchman, ss 2nd South, bet 2nd and 3rd West 

Dolberg C F, boards Clift House 

Dooley J E, banker, es 3rd East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Doman Edward, chimney sweep, ws 3d West bet 7th and 8th South 

Don Dr. M, ns 1st South bet 1st West and West Temple 

DONELSON C. M. Jr, (Honelson Bros) ss 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Donelson C. M, ns 21 South bet 1st and 21 East 

DONELSON J. R, (Donelson Bros) ns 2,1 South bet 7th and 8th East 

Donelson House, ns 2d South bet 2d and 3d East 

Donelson C. M, Prop. Donelson House 

Donaldson Charles T, carpenter, es 1st East bet North and South T 

Donkin James, waiter, ns 2d South bet llth and 12th East 

Donkin Thomas, laborer, ws 12th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Donkin Chas, laborer, ns 2d South bet llth and 12th East 

Donnelly Joseph, cook, ws 2d West bet 5th and 6th South 

Doremus Abraham, civil engineer, es 2d West bet 1st and 2d North 

Dosier Thomas, res Donelson House 

Dougall W. B, supt Des Tel Co, ws W T bet S T and N T 

Douglass Dr George, ss 1st South bet 3d and 4th East 

Doull George Dunbar, architect, ss South Temple 7th and 8th East 

Lover Joseph, mason, ns 1st North bet 12 and 13 East 

Dowden Edwin, clerk, ns 1st North bet 1st and|2d West, 

Dowding John, tailor, ns 2d South bet 9th and 10th East 

Dowling W T, blacksmith, sw cor 3d East and 3d South. 

Downing J J, res ss 2d South bet West Temple and East Temple 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L*. City 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Pickard's. 



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(Late manager of Doscrot Wagon and Carriage Co.) 

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CARRIAGE PAINTING- AND TRIMMING 

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Drury Thomas, laborer, so cor Clv^i ry and Fruit 

Drake* lloiace, surveyor, cs 5th East bet 1st and 21 South 

Drake Cyrin II, farmer, cs r>th East b?t 1st anofSJ South 

Drake Hiram, fa im -DISCS oth East bet I;tand2d South 

Driver Mrs G W, res es Oth Eaot 'Id an 1 (til Soutli 

Drucc Henry, enslaver, us :Jd Norih b :t ?id and 4th West 

Druco Chas., carpenter, ns \\ \ North bet 3d and 4th West 

Drucc John, carpenter sc cor 5th TU^t and 1st South 

Drucc John A, carpenter, ss 1st South bet oth and GUi Fast 

Duckworth Joseph, blacksmith, \vs6 h West bet 1 ;t and 2d North 

DuiTln Gourde, laborer, cs GJi Fast bet Oth and 7th South 

J'uke J J, clerk, cs">th Fast bet 'kl and -Jth South 

Duke Harry T. teller \V. F. A fo v es Fast Temi 1? bet 4th and 5th South 

Durnar Walter, laborer, ss Fruit bet Kim and Maple 

Dinner Win., re.y n\y cor High and Elm 

Dunbar D. C, Herald O.fiuo,s\v cor Gar' Sen and Kim 

Dunbar David, .Herald (>i-ice, sw cor G.trdcn and F^m 

Dunbor Mrs. Hannah, no cor Fir and Garden 

Dunbar ISu ;').]; :v>.,! Ison i'louss 

Dune in James, es ith :>i--L b^tOfchsind 7th South 

Duncasoji David M, bbtcksmith, sw cor 1st South and fith West 

Dn n ford George, res ns South Tcmpl-c bet l^t v\'est and West Temple 

Dunford Geor.5c II, clerk, sw cor West Terrn-le and l^t North 

Dunford George, merchant, sw c >r S/uth r ie;nple bet Gth and 7th East 

D-.nri Dani >:, blacksmitli, sv'd N.. -ih boL '> 1 and 4t!i West 

])uieui!ei- James, laborer, v/s III Fast bet Till an-1 Mb South 

1 uniford f \ : ,w:ird h , ier.l osUit:^ agent, ns Wall bet Maple and Elm 

Durniord Arthur J, carpenter, nw cor rUufl'and Locust 

Durns Fhurlrs, cleilv, e> "d \Vcst bet 6th and ?th South 

Durnville James, res ss Glh South bet lid and :kl \V r est 

Durr William, janitor, FS 1st North bet I'd and 3d West 

Duval A. porter White II<.u-o 

1. -\v\ -or James, i-tat ionnr, ns Xorth Temple bet 1st Wand West Temple 

Dye !?. W, baibcr, nslst South bet 1st and 2J Fast 

Dye U< best, ilorist, nw cor Oalc and Fruit 

Dyer V\'m C, engineer, s? 1st Noitb bet od and 4th West 

Dyet W, laborer, s< Oth South bet ^1 and 4th West 

Dykeman John, carpenter, ss ?d North bet 5th and Gth West 

D'Shciniug II J, (D Bros) ws l>t West bet 4th and 5th North 

K. 

Eardley James, res ss 7th South bet Fast and West Temple 
3'ardley James, im ivhaiit, es Fast Temple bet Gth and 7th South 
Eardley Bedscn, potter, ws 1st West bet 3d and 4th South 
Eardley Mary A, res es 2 1 West bet Jd and 4th South 



L. "roldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



W. JD. PicJtard carries a full line of Trotting & Racing Goods 

VfUKff 



Second Hand Goods & Commission Agency 

General Merchandise Haniiod on Commission. 

G~> and 07 SECOND SOUTH STREET, 
In connection with above 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL BUTCHER SHOPS. 
Cattle Dealer & Cattle Handled on Commission. 

75 and 77 SECOND SOUTH STREET. 



JAMES S. 

r 

*| BOTANIC/XL PHYSICIAN, 

Corner Ninth East and Third South Streets, 

P. O. Box 727, - - Salt Lake City, Utah. 



UNITED ORDER MERCHANT TAILORS, 

ESTABLISHED 1874 

First Class Suits Made to Order, 

From $25 and Upward, Perfect Fit Guaranteed. 

30 Main Street, opposite Z. C. M. I. 
We carry full Lines of 

FRENCH, ENGLISH, SCOTCH & DOMESTIC GOODS. 

= I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goois 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



Salt Lake City Directory 71 



Earl Jane, widow, wsOth East bet 4th and 5th South 

Earl Edwin W, laborer, ws 9th East bet -1th and oth South 

Eail Alfred W, engineer, ws Oth East bet 4th and 5th South 

EARL L. M, tobacconist, sw cor Bluff and Elm 

Earl M, tailor, sw cor Bluff and Elro 

Earll Joseph, res es llth East bet 6th and 7th South 

Earll Henry, gardener, ws 1st West bet 7th and 8th South 

Earll A. H, agent D. & R. G. W, es 5th West bet 1st and 3d South 

Eby John, laborer, ns 2nd North, bet 10th and llth East 

Eccles W, res es 7th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Eccles Andrew, stone cutter, es 7th West, bet North Temple & 1st North 

Eckly Emil, carpenter, ns 7th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Eckman John, tailor, nw cor Summit and Fine 

Eddington Wm, grocer, ws West Temple, bet bth and 6th South 

Eddington Wm J, teamster, ws West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Eddington James, dork, ws West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Eddington Wm, ss North Temple, bet Oth and 7th West 

Edgington Frank, laborer, sw cor North Temple and 12th East 

Edgington Walter W, expressman, ws 8th East, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Eddons Mrs J, res es West lemple, bet 3rd and 4th South 

Edgar W, engineer, ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Edgar W, laborer, ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Edgerly Jsson, car pouter, ss (>th South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Edlar Larzo, gardener, es 1'th East, bet 13rd and 4th South 

Edmunds J M, dentist, ss 2nd South, bet 10th and llth East 

Edmunds Francis, cooper, ns 5th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Edmunds Wm, wait, r, ss Prospect, bet Chestnut and Pine 

Edmunds Robert, w.v'ter, sw cor Pine and Prospect 

Edmunds Joseph, waiter, ss South Temple, bet 2nd and 3rd East 

Ed sail M E, reporter, P.; West Temple, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Edward AleAando r, nw cor Plum and Centre 

Edward Wm, res ws West Temple bet fith and 7th South 

Edwards John, res es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Edwards Thomas, laborer, es 5th west bet 1st and 2d South 

Edwards David, laborer, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Edwards Charles, rex cs 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Edwards John, laborer, es 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Edwards S D, mining, ns 3rd South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Edwards James, bricklayer, ss 4th South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Egan Wm M, res es 2nd West, bet 2nd and 3rd North 

Eighteenth Ward School, ne cor South Temple and 1st East 

Eighth Ward School, ns 4th South, bet 1st and 2nd East 

Ekker Arnold, res ss 2nd North, bet 6th and 7th West 

Elder J B, res ss 2nd South, bet 1st and 2nd West 

Eldredge H S, banker, ss 1st South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 



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You can save 1O per cent by baying Clothing at L. Goldberg'? 



WATXTN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Kroii^io Riders. 

II NO PAINTER CAN MIX " 

6 

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With the Purest Material, 

A 'Hotter Paint than 



C TJ L IMI 313 35^ ' S 

ENAMEL REfiDY MIXED! 



We 9 re now prepared to take Orders for 

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Before contracting for your Paint Material; or for 
Painting, be sure you consult with 

G. F. CULMER & BEOS, 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 
We will always more than Compete in Price. 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full lias of General Merchandise 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L. Pickari Salt Lake City. 



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Eldredge Kuth, widow, ws 4th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Eleventh Ward School, sw cor 1st South and 8th East 
Elggreeri A F, carpenter, es 3rd West, bet North Temple and l^t North 
Kliason O, jeweler, nw cor Ash and Bluff 
Ellerbeck Jarncs, res ne cor Bluff and Maple 

Elleibeck T W, supl. gas works, RS 1st North, bet 1st and 2nd West 
Ellis N M, boiler maker, ns 3rd North, bet 4th and 5th West 
Ellis James, laborer, ns High, bet Oak and Elm 
Ellis E O, agricultural implements, boards White House 
Ellis G S, carpenter, ss South Temple, bet 9th and 10th East 
Ellis G H, carpenter, ss South Temple, bet 9th and 10th East 
Ellis G E, carpenter, ss South Temple; bet 9th and Uth East 
Ellis Joseph, painter, es 4th West, bet 3rd and 4th Svuith 
Ellis Ebenezer, laborer, es 3rd West, bet 3rd and 4th North 
Elsmore Martha, widow, ss 1st North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Elvers Carl, res ws 2nd East, be 2nd and 3rd South 
Emery Elizabeth, widow, ws 7th West, bet North. and South Temple 
Emery Isaac A, clerk, ws 7th West, bat, North and South Temple 
Emery David S, clerk, ws Gth West, bet 2nd and 3rd North 
Emms John, laborer, ss 5th South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Emory George 11, laborer, es 8th West, bet North and South Temple 
Empy N A, merchant, sw cor South Temple and 2nd East 
Engler Adam, res ns 1st South, bet West Temple and East Temple 
Engler Gus. res ws West Temple, bet 2nd and 3rd South 
English II, boards Clift Eouse 

English Andrew, res nw cor 9th East and South Temple 
Englestrom A O, laborer, es 4th East, bet Gth and 7th South 
Ensign Horace, clerk, s.s 3rd Sout-h, bet 2nd and 3rd East 
Ensign Samuel, carpenter, ss 3d South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 
Ensign S L, quarry man, ss3rd South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 
Ensign L. A, farmer, ns 3rd South, bet 2nd and 3rd P"ast 
Ensign Kufus, farmer, ne cor 3rd South and 2nd East- 
Ensign J C, carpenter, es 2nd East, bet 2nd and 3rd South 
Entwistle Edwin, res ws (5th West, bet 1st and 2nd North 
Eppler J W, mining, ns South Temple, bet Gth and 7th East 
Erb G 8, proprietor vValker House 

Erickson Annie E, widow, ns South Temple, bet 9th and 10th East, 
Erickson Job, sw cor 7th East and 6th South 
Erickson GP, shoemaker, ss 5th South, bet 4th and 5th East 
Ericson Peter, carpenter, es West Temple, bet 7th and 8th South 
Ericson James, moulder, ns 5th South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 
Ericson John, res ne cor 2nd East and 5th South 
Ericson Ernma A, widow, es 6Lh West, bet North and South Temple 
Ervin Robert, clerk, es 1st West, bet Gth and 7th South 
Ervine Robert, res ws 3rd East, bet Gth and 7th South 



L. Goldberg- has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L.. City 

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Nobby Biding Saddles & Bridles, W.L. Pickard, Salt Lake 

SILVER IRON WORKS 

<((( Will Furnish )))>- 

IE0I WOBK AID MAGHI1EEY 

For Mining, Milling and Smelting Works. 



Railroad and Steamboat Work, 

<S*ist and S^w |Bill morfc, 

IECN EA3L1NOS, GATES, Etc. 

IRON PIPING AND HYDRAULIC WORK 

Buildings Heated by Steam or Hot Water. 

IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS, Etc. 



HYDRAULIC MOTORS, 

To run by water from the city Mains, which may 

be seen running the presses at the Deseret 

News and the Juvenile Instructor 

Otfices. 

WM. J. SILVER, Proprietor, 

North Temple Street, South Side, between West 
Temple and first West. 



OP. O. Box 5-ae, - - SstltlLsaize City 

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Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goo^s 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Upper?, W, L, P:c!:a*:d, Sa't Lake City, TJ'an, 

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Salt Lake City Dirct tory. 75 



Ervine John, clerk, ws Centre, bet Pear and Cane 

Erwin f, ne cor 7th South and 6th East 

Estes A Li, teamster, us 2nd West, bet 6th and 7.th South 

Ethcote James, laborer, ss 1st North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Evans E H, carpenter, ss 3rd South, bet 1st and 2nd West 

Evans Charles H, carpenter, ss 3rd South, bet, Inland 2nd West 

Evans David M, builder, ss 3rd South, bet 1st and 2nd West 

Evans Ann, widow, es West Temple, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Evans Jonathan, blacksmith, ws 7th West, bet North & South Temple 

Evans Thomas L, blacksmith, ns North Temple, bet 7th and 8ih West 

Evans George, carpenter, ss 3;id North, bet 3rd and 1th West 

Evans Mrs D W, se cor Chestnut and High 

Evans J E, clerk, ns 4th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Evaiis C M, bookkeeper, ss 2nd South, bet 10th ahd llth East 

Evans M K, (Evans & Spencer) ns South Tern pi 3, opp 7th East 

Evans David, plumber, es 5th East, bet 3rd and 4th South 

EVANS WM, painter, es 3rd East, bet 2nd and 3rd South 

Evans Ann, widow, es 3d East, bet 3rd and 4th South 

Evans John, painter, ss 7th South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Evans Emma, widow, ss 7th South, bet East Temple and lit East 

Evans Mrs Martha, res ns 1st South, bet, 5th and 6th West 

Evans John H, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 5uii and 6th West 

Evans Rachel, widow, ss 1st South, bet 6th and 7th West 

Evans II P, merchant, ns 1st South, bei 6th and 7lh Wjst 

Evans John, jr, ns South Temple, bet 7th anl 8th Wjst 

Evans John, teamster, es 8th West, bet North Temple and 2nd North 

Evans Hiram, mii^on, ss 5^h South, bat 3.-d an 1 4th WJ.JL 

Evans Moses, blacksmith, ns 3rd South, bet 3rd and 4th West 

Evans Eliza, widow, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Evans W F, plasterer, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Evans Thomas, boiler maker, ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Evans Thomas, stone cutter, es 8th West, bet North Temple &lst North 

Evans James, carpenter, es Spruce, bet Wall and Prospect 

Everett Frederick, res ss 3rd South, bet East Temoleand West Temple 

Everett Wm, laborer, es 2nd East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Everett Iladison, laborer, es 2nd East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Everett George, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Everett F B, laborer, ss 6th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Ewer Albert, laborer, sw cor 6th West and South Temple 

Ewer Robert, clerk, sw cor 6th West and South Temple 

Ewer Janet, widow, sw cor 6th West and South Temple 

Ewer J W, brakemau. ws 6th West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Ewing S. C, prop Clift House 



You can save 1O per cent by buy ing Clothing at L. Goldberg' $ 



Shoe Leather & Findings, "W. L. Piokard, Salt Lake City. 

J5| HENRY WAGENER, 

! CALIFORNIA BREWERY 

Emigration Canyon. Established 1864. 



Bottled Beer a Specialty. Wholesale and Retail. 

Office and Depot, 17 and 19 Second South Streto, Salt 
Lake, City, Utah. 



PACIFIC SAMPLE ROOMS! 

STRICTLY FIRST CLASS 

In Every Respect. 

If You Don't See What You Want, Ask For It, 

Second South Street, Near Main, SALT LAKE CITY. 

C. E. BRUCE, Prop'r. 

OUT & L1YSBT 8XABLEB. 

Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month, 

STABLES situated on the East Side of the STATE BOAD, one 
and one-hall' blocks south of the 'Iheatre. 

D. C. BOOTH, Proprietor. 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 

W. J". IM.OSS, 

Manufacturer of 

Saddles, Farm, Freight and Buggy Harness, 

ISTo. 166 First East Street, Second Door South of Corner Second 
South Street, SALT LAKE 



Returns ThnnJes to Jiis many friends for past favors, and solicits 
their future patronaae, and will supply a Good Article* 

Material and Workmanship Guaranteed. Espairs Promptly Attended to. 

Call and see Hardy Bros. & Burton's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries 



Ladies Saddles in great variety at W. L. Picfcard's, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Salt Lake City Directory. 77 



F. 

Fabian F J, (Travis & Co,) ss 3d South bet 2d <fc 3d West 

Fail Frederick W, clerk, w- 3d East bet 1st &2d South 

Faircloth Peter, stonecutter, es 2d West bet 4th and 5th South 

Falion J M, bds Clift House 

Farmer Henrietta, widow, ns cor 5th South & Past Temple 

Farmer Wm W, carpenter, es 6th West bet 1st South & South Temple 

Farmer J, merchant, ns 2d South bet 2d and 3d East 

FarnsNvorth Chas E, laborer, se cor 4th South atid & 1st West 

Farns worth Lewis H, bookkeeper, se cor 4th South & 1st West 

Farns worth Jane E, widow, se cor 4th South and 1st west 

FarrElmira, widow, ws West Temple bet North Temple & 1st North 

Farrell J W, (Burke & F) ss 1st South bet 1st & 3d East 

Farringtoii John, laborer, es 5th W bet South Temple & North Temple 

Farron Walter, res ns 3rd North, 21st Ward 

Farron Joseph, mining, ss 2nd South, bet 1st and 2nd West 

Faust H J, Horse Market, res 3rd East, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Fawcet Wm, laborer, ws 12th East, bet 3rd and 4th South 

Featherstone John, laborer, es 2nd West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Fehr Christian, barber, es East Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 

Felt Joseph H, clerk, ws 7th Fast bet 1st and 2d South 

Felt John G, commercial agent, ns 2d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Felt David P, carpenter, as centre bet Pear and Cane 

Felt A, W, clerk, ss 2d South bet 1st and 2d West 

Felt George F, clerk, ws East T bet North Temple and 1st North 

Fenimore W, carpenter, ns 6th South bet 10th and llth East 

Fenton S. F, res sw cor 2d West and North Temple 

Fenton F, nurseryman, sw cor 4th West and 4th South 

Ferguson E. H, boards Clift House 

Ferguson H. .\, agent, ns South Temple bet 9th and 10th East 

Ferguson John, res ws 3d Easfe bet 4th and 5th South 

Ferguson F, lawyer, ss 1st South bet 1st and 2d West 

Ferris F. S, laborer, ws 5th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Ferron A. 13, U. S. Deputy Surveyor, es West T bet 6th and 7th Sou h 

Ferry Mrs. Mary A, ne cor 6th West and 1st South 

Ferry Edward, jeweler, sw cor North Temple and 1st West 

Fevreyear Charles, baker, ss Fruit bet Elm and Maple 

Fewens Lizzie, widow, sw cor Mountain and Spruce 

Field Harry, clerk, ws Walnut bet Bluff and Wall 

Fielding Mary A, widow, ss 3d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Fielding Jane, widow, es 3d West bet 7th and 8th South 

Fields David, laborer, 1st North bet llth and 12th East 

Fields Wm, porter, ws Commercial bet 1st and 2d South 

Fifteenth Ward School, ss 2d South bet 3d aud 4th West 

L. roldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W; 1. Piciar d, Salt late. 

T. 



{Successors to W. W. Bartlett & Co. 
Manufacturers 01 



And Mattresses, and General Upholsterers. 
No 23<> MAIN ST., - - Next to Clift House. 



SALT LAKE CITY UTAH. 



1 WASATCH MILLS 

OF 881. 

My new mills, the Finest in Utah, are now in operation, and am 
prepared to till all orders for 

mi 

On Short Notice and at Low Prices. 

IEITJS:L:E:R,. 



WHITE COTTAGE STORE 



UNION BLOCK, No. 71 Second Sout'a Street.. 
P. O. BOX 739. 



FSA. f-J IV Er****., F*iropri -tor, 

Dealer in 

Cigars, Tobacco, Dry Goods and Fancy Goods, 

Third North Street, bet. 1st and 2d West, SALT LAKE CITY. 

ZERUBBABEL SNOW, 



BULL'S HEAD MEAT MARKET, 

Opposite Walker House, No. 193 Main Street. 

Prorr.pt Delivery, M. GOLDSTICKER, Prop. 

Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at Pielrard's. 

|.J I Salt Lake City Directory, 79 



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Fifth Ward School, sw cor 3d West and 7th South 

Finch Thomas, fireman, ss 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Fink C. K, res es 3d West bet 2d and 3d South 

Fink I. M, clerk, boards White House 

Firemen's Hall, ss l^t South bet lit and 2d Eist 

P'irst W<ird School, ws ttlh East bet 7th and 8th South 

Fish Edwin, conch builder, ss North Temple bet 2J and 3d West 

Fish Ann, widow, res ss North Temple bet 2d and 3d West 

Fisher Albert, foreman, ns 5th South bet 9th and ICth East 

Fisher, John, res ws 8th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Fisher Edward, shoemaker, ss Centre bet Currant and Apricot 

Fisher Henry, laborer, ws 2d West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Fisher Clara, widow, e.s \V\st rr emple bet 1st and 3d outh 

Fisher liev. II. D t res ws 3d East bet 2d and 3d South 

Fisher Jame-, laborer, es Poplar Av bet 6th and 7th South 

Fisher Win, res ss 1st North bet 5th and 6th West 

Fissell Martin, butcher, es 6th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Fister Gasper, brewer, ns 4th S mth bet 9th and l)th East 

Fitt Win, mason, ss7th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Fitzgerald Thomas, fireman, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Fitzgerald J. A, mining, sw cor 4th South and 3d East 

Flagothier C. J, fancy goods, ss 1st South bet East and West Temple 

Flavin J. F, druggist, boards Walker House 

Flemming Stephen, mining, boards Continental 

Fleming T, news agent, ns Wall bet Ash and Locust 

Fletcher Jasper, res ws 6th east bet 7th and 8th S 

Fletcher Charles, engineer, ns North T bet Cth and 7th West 

Fletcher Isaiha, laborer, es 1st West bet North T and 1st North 

Fletcher Willard T, laborer, ws 3d Itast bet 3d and 4th South 

Fletcher E. F. carpenter, nw cor Kd West and 3d North 

Fie win Arthur, clerk, ne cor 7th West and North Temple 

Flint Wm, res e-; 3d West bet 2d and 3d North 

Flint Wm, laborer, ns 3d North bet 2d and 3d West 

Flowers John, clerk, ws West Temple bototh and 6th South 

Flowers Albert, carpenter, ws Oth East bet 1st and 3d South 

Flowers John, ws West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

Flown Jacob, laborer, ss South Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

Fobes Mrs C. B, music teacher, boards Valley House 

Fogergren C, shoemaker, ns 7th South bet 4th and 5th East 

Fogleberg Wm, carpenter, us South Temple bet 1st and 21 West 

Folland Eli A, pattern maker, ns South T bet 6th and 7th West 

Folland Henry, pattern maker, ns South T bet 6th and 7th West 

Folsoni IT. D, builder, ws 1st West bet South Temple arid 1st South 

Folsom W. H, architect, ws 1st West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Folsom Wm. B, carpenter, ss South Temple bet 3d & 4th East 

Folsom Hiram P, bookkeeper, ss 1st South bet 1st & 2d W 



L. GOLDBKKG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



^h yaid for Hides, T7ic! and Furs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



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German Silver, Nickel or Black "Walnut, with 
Improved Metal Corners. 

Any Shape, Size or Description of Show Case made to Order. 



Over 200 Cases on Hand to Select From. 



Prices Guaranteed Lower Than from Abroad 



And quality of work warranted. 



20, 22, 24, 28 and 30 First South Street, SALT LAKE CITY. 



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Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



California Lasso Saddles, W.L. Fickard, Salt Lake Cit~ 



Salt Lake City Directory. 8 1 



Foote Frank, assay er, es E T bet 4th and 5th South 
Foote E, S, res es 3d East bet 2d and 3d South 
Forbes G. M, bookkeeper, ss 2d South bet 6th and 7th East 
Forbes James, laborer, ws 10th East bet 6th and 7th South 
Forbes Ann, res ws 10th East bet 6th and 7th South 
Forbes " r m, laborer, ss 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 
Ford R. H, res ns 1st South bet 7th and 8th East 
Ford George, carpenter, ws Elm bet Wall and Prospect 
Ford John, res ss Prospect bet Beach and Cherry 
Foresman W. G, res se cor 2d West and North Temple 
Foreman F. L, res ws 2d West bet South Temple and 1st South 
Foreman Joseph, agent, ws 2d West bet South Temple and 1st South 
Forrester George, plasterer, ws 4th East bet 5th and 6th South 
Forrester John, plasterer, ws 4th East bet 5th and 6th South 
Forsell Theodore, teamster, ne cor Fir and High 
Forster John, engineer, ns 1st North bet 9th and 10th East 
Forsyth James, engineer, ns North Temple bet 2d and 3d West 
Foster H. H, scroll sawyer, ws West Temple bet 3d and 4th South 
Foster Andrew, carpenter, sw cor 4th South and W T 
Foster W H. scroll sawyer, es West Temple bet 6th and 7th South 
Foster Amelia, widow, ws 8ih West bet 1st North and North Temple 
Foster Amelia, widow, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d West 
Foster C, carpenter, boards R. R. Exchange 
Foster Hannah, widow, ws 3d West bet 1st and 2d South 
Foster Wm. R, farmer, ws 1st .East bet 4th and 5th South 
Fouchs Edgar, laborer, es 1st East bet 6th and 7th South 
Foulger John, tailor, ne cor Beach and Fruit 
Foulger H. J, clerk, ne cor Garden and Beach 

Foulger Wm, bookkeeper, es 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 
Fountain Peter, gardener, ns South Temple bet 6th and 7th West- 
Fourteenth Ward School, ss 1st South bet 1st West and West Temple 
Fourth Ward School House, sw cor West Temple and 7th South 
Fowdo/i Thomas, res es llth East bet 6th and 7th South 
Fowler Wm, chimney sweep, ws Fir bet Wall and Bluff 
Fowler Wm. H, carpenter, es East Temple bet 7th and 8th South 
Fowler Dr. Allen, boards Walker House 

Fowler James, stone cutter, ns Plum bet Centre and Quince 
Fowler Henry, clerk, ws Fir bet Wall and Prospect 
Fox P, boards Clift House 

Fox M. C, mining, ns South Temple bet 1st and 2d East 
Fox Jessie W, city surveyor, ss 2d South bet 1st and 3d West 
Fox Jesse, surveyor, ws West Temple bet 1st South and South .Temple 
Francis Thomas, laborer es 6th West bet North T and 1st North 
Francy George, laborer, ss 7th South^bet 1st West and West Temple j ^ 

Frank D. O, clerk, ns 2d South Jbet 1st and 2d East ] | 



L. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 
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Shoemahers 9 Tools of all hinds, ir. L. richard, Salt Lahe. 

A. H. KELLY. G. B. KELLY. I 

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BLANK BOOK MAKERS 



MANUFACTURING STATIONERS. 



IBOO-ECS 

^]RI3SrTED ^.IsTID 



To any Pattern, at 

EASTERN PRICES. 



BTTSIIfcTIBSS ^E El 

Will consult their intete^ts by having their work done in 



their own town. 



Main Street, 



Call and see Eardj Bros. & Burton's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Fickard's. 

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Franklin W m , harness maker, ns 2d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Frantzen Andrew, grocer, n.s 2 I South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Frantzeii Mary, glove factory, ss 1st South v*et E T and 1st East 

Frazer Elsie, widow, ss '3A South bet 7th and 8th East 

Frazy Charles, boards H 11 Exchange 

Free John r, real estate agent, ne cor Locust and f ruit 

Free Sarah, ns Bluff bet Locust and Maplo 

Freebairn Archibald, laborer, ns 7th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Friedman (Friedman and Brown) ns 3d South bet E T and 1st East 

Freehold John, laborer, es 4th East be.t >th and 7th South 

Freeman J. M, es 1st West bet 4th and oih South 

Freeman John H, res ws 8th East bet, 5:h and 6th South 

Freeman Nathan, ss 1st South bet 8th and 9th East 

Freeman Harry, res es 2d East bet 2d and 3d South 

Freeman Harry, cook, boards White House 

Frees James P, merchant, ss '2d South bet 7th and 8th East 

French C. L (Dunbar Rarton k Co) ns Garden bet Oak and Elm 

Frevvin Alfred, laborer, ss 1st North bet 4th and 5th West 

Fritsch A, clerk, White House 

Froiseth B. A. M, mining engineer, ns 6th South bet E T and W T 

Frost Edwin, blacksmith, es 2 1 East bet 3d and 4th South 

Frost Catherine, widow, se cor 3d South and 2J East 

Frost W. H, bookkeeper, ns 4th South bet 1st and 2d West 

Fry George, blacksmith, es West Temple hot 1st South and S T 

Fry Elizabeth, widow, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d West 

Fuge Albert, res ns ">th South bet 1st and 2d West 

Fullmer E. i?, stone cutter, ss4th Smith bet 3d and 31 West 

Fuller W. I), clerk Union Exchange boards Valley House 

Fuller Frank, laborer, ws 4th West bet 6th and 7th South 

FTLLEIl W (Dark & Fuller) se cor Dth East and 4th south 

FULLER'S HILL, se cor Dth East and 4th South 

Fullmore H. O, fanner, ws 2d West bet 4th and 5th South 

Full more David, stone cutter, ws 2d West bet 4th and 5th South 

Fullmer D.iv.d E, stons cutter, ws 4th Wost bat oth an 1 6th South 

Fulton James, mining, es 3d West bet 3J and 3d South 

Furduff James, engineer, ws 2d West bet Oth and 7th South 

Furinan D H, builder, ss 1st South bet 1st West AWT 

Furman IT. V, ss 21 South bet 2J and 31 West 

Furster John P, grower, ss 2d South bet East Temple and 1st Esst 

Fyson II. E (Smith & Fyson) ns 2 I South bet 7th and 8th East 

G. 

,S2 Gable Frederick, printer, sw cor 3rd North and 2nd West 
Galighcr W G, mining expert, boards Walker House 
Gallagher Peter, boiler maker, ws 4th West, bet 1st and 2nd South 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of 3Ien's wear in S. L. Git y 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Fickard's. 

b^ 

S. W. DABKE. WM. FULLER. 



Real Estate I Loan Agents, 

o 
NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Local and Foreign, 

Money Loaned on Real Estate or Collateral, 

PBOPEETY RENTED, LEASED OB SOLD. 

Insurance Agency. Fire Insurance. 

TITLES EXAMINED and ABSTRACTS PREPARED, 

Deeds and Transfers Promptlyly Made Out. 

LAND OFFICE BUSINESS 

ATTENDED TO. 



OFFICE, In Swaner & Co.'s Jewelry Store, next door South of Jen- | 
nings & Sons, Salt Lake City* 

P. O. BOX 551. 



Eardy Bros. & Burton cany a fine stock of Boots is Shoes, Eats, Caps & Clothing 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Piokard, Salt Laka 



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Oullacher James I, manufacturer, ss Centre, bet Currant and Apricot 

Gallacher Janet, widow, ss Centre, bet Currant and Apricot 

Gallacher Wm, cook, ss 6th South, bet 3rd and 4th East 

Gallafent David, Butcher, ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Gallefent Sarah, widow, ss 2nd South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Gal land B F, laborer, es 6th West, bet 1st and 2nd North;' 

Gange Thos E, tailor, ns South Temple, bet 12th and 13th Bast 

Gant J M t carpenter, ns 4th South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Garbitt George, laborer, ss 6th South, bet West Temple <fe East Temple 

Gardner Henry, manufacturer, s ist South, bet 6th and 7th West 

Gardner Alfred, farmer, es 8th West, bet South Temple A North Temple 

Gardner Dr F, ss 2nd South, bet 1st and 2nd East 

Gardner Frederick, clerk, ss 1st South, bet 1st and 2nd East 

Garrick Alexander, boiler maker, ns 1st North, bet 6th and 7th West 

Gaseford Geo M, laborer, nw cor 7th East and 4th South 

Gatehouse Wm, stone cutter ss 3rd North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Gates Wm, expressman, nw cor 2nd South and 6th West 

Gaylor Henry, painter, ws 1st West, bet 3rd and 4th South 

Gebhardt Andrew, baker, ne cor 2ud South and Commercial 

Gemmel Alexander L, (May A Gemmel) es 5th East, bet 1st & 2nd South 

Gensch F C, supt Express office, ss 1st South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Genthorp John, upholsterer us North Temple, bet 9th and 10th East 

Geological Survey Office, ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2nd East 

George W, laborer, es 5th West, bet 1st and 2nd South 

George E, clerk, es 2nd West, bet 5th and 6th North 

George James W, pattern maker, ne cor 3rd West and & North Temple 

George Henry, res ws 2nd East, bet 6th and 7th South 

George William, sw cor 7th South and 2nd East 

George W H, teamster, es 9th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Gibbs George F, res sw cor Oak and Fruit 

Gibbs Susan, widow, ws 1st West, bet 1st and 2nd North 

Gibbs W H, boards Clift House 

Gibbs E S, boards Clift House 

Gibbs G H C, carpenter, ws 4th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Gibson A A, res ns 3rd South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Gibson Mrs H E, ss North Temple, bet 1st and 2nd West 

Gibson J B, boards Clift House 

Gibson TK, laborer, es Chestnut, bet Bluff and Wall 

Gibson Wm S, hunter, nw cor Bluff and Elm 

Gibson James, laborer, ns Garden, bet Chestnut and Pin* 

Gibson Mrs Janet, es Elm, bet Fruit and Garden 

Gifford D, boards Clift House 

Gilburg C W, tailor, ss Centre, bet 1st North and Currant 

Gilby Mathew, teamster, es 3rd West, bet 6th and 7th South 

Gilchrist C K, boards Walker Heuse 



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Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



IF. L. ricJfar'd carries a ftrll line of Trotting Jlacitifj Goods 

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For CHICAGO or any Point East, via. 

La., Oo'a.ncll 

And the 




tern Bailiay 



It is tlie Shortest and Pest line between the Missouri River 
ami Chicago. Jt has the best 

Sleeping, Dining, Parlor and Day Cars 

Of any Line west of Chicago. 

LOW RATES! BEST OF SERVICE! 



And everything to be desired by J-he traveling public to be 

found upon this Line. Close connections in 

Chicago with all trains going Kast. 

Insist upon Ticket Agents selling you Tickets via this loid. Ex- 
nmine them, and refuse to buy if they do not read over the Chicago 
and Northwestern Railway. 

Jf you wish the J;est Traveling Accommodations you will buy 
your tickets by this route, 

AND WILL TAKE NONE OTHER. 



All Ticket Agents sell Tickets by this Line. For Tickets and in- 
formation of this Short Uiie, call upon any agent of the Union Pa- 
cific Railway, or upon 

F. 11. HYDE, Ticket Agent, U. P. R'y, Salt L-ike City, Utah. 

W. It STKNNETT, G. P. A., Chicago, Ills. 
JOS. T. CLARK, General Agent, Council Bluflfe, la, 

J. D. JLAIVG, Gen-ral Supt., Chicago. 



Don't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goo's 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickard, Salt 
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Giles F D, manager W U Tel Co; ss 2nd South, bet 2nd and 3rd East 

GaHacher James, cook, es oth East, bet tfth and 7th South 

Gallacher John, coo'c, es 5th East, bet Gth and 7th South 

Giles Thomas D, res wsGth West, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Gill D R, laborer, es 4th West, bet 1st and 2nd south 

Gill Richard, barber, ws Beach, bet Fruit and South Temple 

Gillespie James, res es East Temple, b9t North Temple and 1st North 

Gillespie Peter, stone cutter, ss North Temple, b -t 7th and 8th .West 

Gillespie Marvin, stone cutter, es 7th West, bet .Vort'n & South Te nple 

Giilespie Win, res ns North Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

Gillespie J W, ivl estate agent, ws West Temple, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Gillespie Peter, jr, laborer, ns South Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

Gillespie Mary, ss South Temple bet Gth and 7th West 

Gillett Celestia, widow, ss ~>th East, bet 4th and oth South 

Giliett T W, assayer, ws oth East, bjt l*t anl 2nd south 

Gillett John A, carpenter, ss tth South, bjt 1th and 5th Ea^t 

Gillett G, farmer, sw cor 4th East and 1th -outh 

Gillicorn, Esther J, widow, ss South Temple, bet oth and ft'i West 

Gilliland S C, commercial agent, ss oth South, bet E T and lit East 

Gillmili Win, clerk, ws 1st West, bet 4th and oth South 

Girarcl Thomas, clerk, es 3rd East, bet oth and fall South 

Gilson J W, mining, es 1st West, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Gilson Harriet, widow, es 1st West, bet 1st and 2nd South 

Giltenswaji Charles J, shoemaker, es 1st West, bet S T and 1st South 

Glade John, confectioner, sw cor Mountain and Spruce 

Glanfiel.d John. (Cook \- Glann'eld ws 1st \Ves% bet S T and 1st South 

Glass J 15, res ws West Temple, bet 2nd and 3rd South 

Glcason Mrs Eli/abeth, sw cor 2nd East and Gth South 

Gleasoii Elijah M, sw cor 2nd East and Gth South 

Gle iso'.i Arnasa L, laborer, sw cor M E iu an 1 (Lh South 

Glenn Mrs. Lavinia, res ss Gth South bet la and 21 West 

Glenn J. C, res es 1st West bet 1st and 2d South 

Glenn H. L, res es 1st West bet 1st and 2d ^outh 

Glenn Alexander, merchant, ws 1st Westbet5th and Gth S mth 

Glover Betsy C. W, widow, ns Mountain bet Locust and M.iple 

Godb3 \V. S, (t'iodbe, L'itts & Co), in 1st South bet Gth and 7th East 

Godbe Mrs Rosina, ssrrentre bet Currant and Apricot 

Godbe Anthony, mining, ns 2d North bat 21 and 3,1 West 

Godbe Mrs C. I, res es l^t East bet 1st South an 1 South Temple 

Goddard Joseph, cl3rk, ns 3d South bet 5th and Gth East 

Goddard B. II, insurance agent, ns 3d North bet 1st and 2d West 

Goddard George, res ns 2d South bet 2 1 and 3d East 

Godfrey G. L, commissioner, boards Continental 

God in H, carpenter, ns l->t South hot 2.1 anl 3 I W^st 

Goldberg L, clothier, ne cor 3d South and 3d East 



You can save 1O per cent by buying Clothing at L. Goldberg' 9 



WAIXIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 



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TTFTT^ 

HD ^f) 01 Bft 

Are extracted from Vegetable products, combining in them the Mandrake or 
May Apple, which is recognized by physicians as a substitute for calomel, 
possessing all the virtues of that mineral without its bad after effects. 

AS AN ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE 

They are incomparable. They stimulate the Torpid Liver, invigorate the 
Nervous System, and give tone to the Digestive Organs, creating perfect di- 
gestion and thorough assimilation of food. They exert a powerful influence 
on the Kidneys and Liver, and through these organs remove all impurities, 
thus vitalizing the tissues of the body and causing a healthy condition of the 

AS AN ANTI-MALARIAL REMEDY 

They have no equal; and, as a result, act as a preventive and cure for Billious, 
Remittent, Intermittent. Typhoid Fevers, and Fever and Ague. Upon the 
healthy action of the Stomach depends, almost wholly, the health of the 
human race. 

DYSPEPSIA IS THE BANE 

Of the present generation. It is for the cure of this disease and its attend- 
ants. Sick Headache. Nervousness, Despondency, Constipation, Piles, etc., 
that TUTT'S PILLS have gained such a wide-spread reputation. No remedy 
has ever been discovered that acts so speedily and gently on the digestive 
organs, giving them tone and vigor to assimilate food. This being accom- 

Slished, of course the Nervous System is braced, the Brain is nourished, and 
tie Body robust. 

Being composed of the juices of plants extracted by powerful chemical 
agencies, and prepared in a concentrated form, they are guaranteed free from 
anything that can injure the most delicate person. 

A noted chemist, who has analyzed them, says, "there is more virtue in 
one of TUTT'S PILLS than can be found in a pint of any other. 

We therefore say to the afflicted: "Try this remedy fairly; it will not 
harm you. You have nothing to lose but will surely gain a Vigorous Body, 
Pure Blood, Strong Nerves and a Cheerful Mind." 

ADVICE TO THE AGED. 

Age brings with it infirmities of the body Our bodies need repairing 
and strengthening as much as the houses we live in. Old persons are all, 
more or less, subject to constipation, weakness of the stomach, bowels, kid- 
neys and bladder. lu these cases the strengthening and nutritious qualities 
of TUTT'S PILLS are wonderful. Their use will stimulate the sluggish 
bowels, giving natural discharges without straiaing or griping when at stool; 
cause the kidneys and bladder to perform their functions as in youth. Every 
dose will add vigor and strength to these debilitated organs. In Dr. TUTT'S 
LIVER PILLS the dyspeptic, the bilious, the debilitated, and the nervous 
will find the most genial restorative ever offered to the suffering invalid. 

PRICE 25c. a Kox. Office 35 Murray Street, Hew York. 
Dr. TUTT'S MANUAL of Valuable information and Useful Receipts will 
be mailed free on application. 



Is a <reat Triumph of Chemistry. 

Gray Hair or Whiskers can be changed to a Glossy Black by a single ap- 
plication. It imparts a natural color, acts instantly, and is harmless as 
spring water. YOU NEED NOT FEAR that people will know that your hair 
is dyed if you use that perfect imitation of nature, TUTT'S HAIR DYE. No 
one can detect it, It imparts a soft glossy color, and fresh life to the hair a 
want never before supplied. 

$1 per box. Sold everywhere. Sent by express on receipt of price. Office 
35 Murray Street, New York. 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



Saddlory and Saddlery-Hardwart, Jobbed by W. L Pickwi Silt Lifce City. 
Salt Lake City Directory. 89 



Goldberg R, clerk, ns 3d South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Goldberg M, res ss 5th South bet 1st and 3d East 

Golden Robert, res es 3d East bet 1st and 3d South 

Golding R. J, res ns 1st North bet 1st and 2d West 

Golding Wm, res ns 1st North bet 1st and 2d West 

Golding John, res ns 1st north bet 1st and 3d West 

Golding Brigham, res ns 1st North bet 1st and 2d West 

Goldsticker, Michael, butcher, es 3d East bet odjmd 4th South 

Golightly Thomas, carpenter, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Golightly Mary, widow, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Goodfellow Jesse, res ss North Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

Goodman Thomas, clerk, ws Ash bet Garden and Bluff 

Goodrich John, carpenter, es 3d West bet 5th and 6th North 

Goodrich W, assistant postmaster, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d East 

Goss P. F, tailor, ns 6th South bet 1th and 5th West 

Goodwin J. M, city editor Tribune, lie cor 4th South and 1st West 

Goodwin C. C, editor Tribune, ss 2d South bet West and East Temple 

Goodwin B. F, laborer, es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Goodwin Benia, res es 6th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Goodyear Hirum, shoemaker, ns 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Gordon Samuel, barber, es 1st West bet 1st and 2d South 

Gormley John, plumber, ns 1st South bet 3d and 3d West 

Gorringe Wm, harnessmaker, eslst West bet 4th and 5th North 

Gould Abraham, res Wasatch Building 

Graham Wm (Scott & Graham) ss 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Graham Joseph, city bill poster, ns 8th South bet 9th 10th East 

Graham Mrs M, widow, ws 10th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Graham Eliza, widow, ns 2d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Graham Robert, laborer, ns 7th South bet 5th and Oth East 

Graham Robert K, printer, ws 1st East bet 4th 5th South 

Gram Sarah, widow, ns North Temple bet 13th and llth Bast 

Grames Mattie, widow, iis 7th South bet 1st and 3d East 

Grant Rachael, widow, ws2d PJast bet South Temple and 1st South 

Grant H. J, insurance agent, ws 3d East bet South T and 1st South 

Grant Robert, cabinet maker, ns 6th South bet 1st East and K T 

Grant Wm. D, carpenter, ss 1st South bet 5th and 6th East 

Grater Herman, shoemaker, ss 4th south bet 9th and 10th East 

Graves S. W, manufacturer, ss 5th South bet 1st East and East Temple 

Graville Emanuel, artist, es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Gravitt J A, bookkeeper, res Wasatch Building 

Gray Peter, rope maker, es 9th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Gray Thomas, mining, es 9th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Gray James, laborer, ns 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 

Gray John, saddler, sw cor 9th South and 5th East 

Gray N. P, liquor dealer, ws 1st East bet 3d and 3d South 

Gray John, carpenter, ws 1st East bet 2d and 3d South 



I* Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 

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Nobby Biding Saddles & Bridles, W.1L. Pickard, Salt Lake 

A. J. JOHMSOrJT & Co., 

Dealers in all kinds of 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, 

FARM AND SPRING WAGONS, 

SINGLE REAPERS AND MOWERS, 
SELF BINDERS, 

PLOWS, RAKES, ETC. 
All Goods Warranted and Prices Very Reasonable. 



Send for Circulars and Price List. 

Agents wanted in all Territory where not now represented. First 

East Street, between First and Second South. 
JP. O. Box 751 Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Proprietors of the 

DEXTER LIVERY, SJIE AND FEED STUB 

26 to 34 First South Street. Salt Lake City, Utah. 



ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 



P. O. BOX 1130, TELEPHONE. 



Son't forget that Hardy Bios. * Burton have a veil selected stock of Dry Goo Ji 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shcs Uppers, W. L. Piclrarcl, Salt Lafce City, 



S-ilt Lake City Directory. 91 



Gray John C, carpenter, ws 1st East bet 21 an 1 3d South 

Gray John, millwright, es Chestnut bet Bluff* and Wall 

Gray George, laborer; ws 4th West bet 6th and 7th South 

Gray Andrew, laborer, ss South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Gray John, shoemaker, ws 4th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Gray John C, carpenter, ws 21 East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Gregory Mrs Elizabeth, es 1st East bet 6th and 7th South 

Gregory George, boards R. It. Exchange 

Green W. G, broker, ns South Temple bet 6th and 7th East 

Green Thomas, paper hanger, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Green John, carpenter, es 1st East bet North & South Temple 

Green David, laborer, ns bth South bet 21 and 3d West 

Green Mrs Mary, res ss South Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Greenman J. W, daputy in irsh il, sw cjr2d South and 21 East 

Greene wald Aaron, res ns 3d South bet 1st East and East Tempi 

Greenig Daniel, ss 1st South bet 1st and 2d East 

Greeves Simon, res ns Prospect bet Chestnut and Walnut 

Gretton Wm, laborer nw cor 6th West and 21 North 

GR1CE F. H, Dining Parlors, 135 Main 

Griffin John, laborer, es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

Griffin Wm, gardener, es 9th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Gri fith Wm, labarer, ss Sth South b3t 31 and 4th West 

Griffiths Uichard, Sr, engineer, ns 21 North bet 5th and 6th West 

Griffiths Samuel, blacksmith, ns North Temple bet 5th and 6th West 

Griffiths D. J, restaurant, ns 1st South bet East & West Temple 

Griffiths Richard, Jr, blacksmith, ss 21 North bet 6th and 7th West 

Grig's Mrs. M. A, res es Sth West bet 1st South and South Temple 

Griggs Thomas C, merchant, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Grim Jacob, laborer, ns 5th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Grimsdcll Wm, prossman, ss tth South bet 7th and Sth East 

Grimsdell Wm, Jr, printer' ns 4th South bet Tth and Sth East 

Grimm Thomas, res ss 31 North bet Sth and 6th West 

Gritton Thomas, laborer, ris 4th South bet 7th and Sth East 

Groesbeck Wm, real estate agt, ns 4th South bet 1st East and East T 

Groesbeck Hiram, res ss 1st South bet 21 and 3d West 

Groesbeck John A, brick maker, ws West Temple bet N T and 1st North 

Groesbeck Samuel, res es West Temple bet 1st and 21 North 

Groff Frederick, laborer, es llth East bet 3d and 4th South 

Groneman T. C, carpenter, es 4th East bet 1st and 21 South 

Groo Isaac, res 113 or 4th Smth. an 1 4th East 

Groo George, res es 4th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Groo Byron, editor Herald, se cor South Temple and 21 Wtt, 

Groo Isaac, res ws 4th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Grosjean H, boards Clift House 

Groves H, butcher, ss North Temple bet 2d and 3d West 

You can save JLOper cent by buying Clothing at L. Goldberg** 



Bhoe Leather & Findings, W> I* Fickard, Salt Lake City. 

l\ NAYLOR cfc PIKE | 



(Successors to NAYLOR BROS.) 

Carriage I Wagon Builders, 



A gents for 



CELEBBATED f ABM, 

AND 

HA.LJT SPRING WAGJO1VS, 



Grand Detour Sulky and Hand Plows, 

Gorham Seeders and Cultivators, 
Grain and Seed Drills, 

Sulky Hay Rakes, 

FEED GTJTTEES, CHILLED PLOWS, HAEEOWS, Etc. 

JLnd StoeJe of Extras for the Same. 

Dealers in 



Eepair all kinds of Vehicles and Farming Implements. 

HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY. 

Call and examine our Stock before you Buy. 

NAYLOR & PIKE, 

First East Street, between First and Second South, SALT LAKE CITY. 



Call and se Ear dj Bros. * Burton's complete stock of Staple * Fancy Groceries 



Ladles Saddles in great radety at W. L Piciard's, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Salt Lake City Directory. 93 



Groves W. H, dentist, ss 1st South bet West Temple and 1st West 

Grow Theodore M, carpenter, ns 3d North bet 4th and 5th Went 

Grow Henry, carpenter, ss Centre bet Currant and Apricot 

Grow Henry, carpenter, nw cor 3d West and 3d North 

Grow J. S, carpenter, nw cor 3d West and 3d North 

Grundhead J. L, salesman, es 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Grunland N. J, merchant, se cor 3d West and 1st North 

Gudgel Mrs L, dressmaker, ws East Temple bet South T & 1st South 

Guentherodt J. J, manager R. G. Dunn & Co, es W T bet 1st S and S T 

Guisberger A, res es West Temple bet 4th and 5th Sou th 

Guiver Benjamin, teamster, ns 1st South bet 5th and 6th West 

Guiver Golden, butcher, ss North Temple bet 13th and 13th East 

Guiver George, laborer, ns North Temple bet 13th and 14th East 

Guiwitch Albert, res nw cor 6th South and East Temple 

Gundecker George, res ns North Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

Gunn John, tinsmith, ss High bet Oak and Elm 

Gunn Benjamin, painter, ss Prospect bet Locust and Ash 

Gunn Alfred, car driver, es llth East bet 1st and 2d South 

Gunn John, gardener, se cor 6th East and 1st South 

Gurstner Joseph, tailor, es 8th East bet 1st South and South Tempi* 

Guslin Charles, res ss 5th South bet 2d and 3d East 

GUSTAVESON C. G, harnessmaker, es 8th East bet 3d and 3d South 

H. 

Habish James, barber, ns 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 
Haddock John, laborer, es 7th West bet North Temple and 1st North 
Haddock Benjamin, laborer, ws 6th West bet 3d and 3d North 
Hadley Mary A, widow, res ns 7th South bet 1st and 3d West 
Hadley George, blacksmith, ss 2d South bet East T and 1st Eawt 
Hadley Dr. James R, es 1st West bet 1st and 3d South 
Hagen Rudolph, commercial agt, boards White House 
Hagell John, baker, ss 1st South bet East Temple and 1st East 
Hagman John, tailor, ss 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 
Hagren Henry, cook, ws East Temple bet 7th tjnd 8th South 
Hagrin John, cook, ns 3d South bet 3d and 3d East 
Hague Angle, widow, ws Franklin ave bet 3d and 3d South 
Hague James, clerk, ss 3d South bet East and West Temple 
Hague Arthur, mason, es 1st West bet 7th and 8th South 
Hague John, builder, es 1st West bet 7th and 8th South 
Hague Leonard, carpenter, ss Garden bet Maple and Locust 
Haight Fulton, res es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 
Haight Maggie, widow, ws 4th West bet 3d and Sd North 
Haines Hyrum, boiler maker, ws 3d West bet 5th and 6th North 
Hair John, laborer, es 9th East bet North and South Temple 
Hair Nicholas, laborer, es 9th East bet North and South Tempi*- 



L. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. IN City 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W. L. Picted, Salt 




f . Loi ell 




(Successors to John W. Lowell.) General Agents for 

FISH BROTHERS' 

FARM, FREIGHT & SPRING WAGONS, 

BUGGIES AND PHAETONS, 



McCormick Reapers, Droppers and Mowers, 
Self -Binding Harvesters, 

JoJm D odd's Celebrated Hay Rakes, 
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company* s 

Threshers and Horse Powers, 

Saw Mills and Engines, 
Including the Celebrated 



Also their Headers. 



THE AVEEY GANCJ, SULKY & WALKING PLOWS, 

The J. I. Case Plow Co's Sulky & Walking Plows. 

Hay Presses, Cider and Cane Mills, Evaporators, Steel 

Barb Fence Wire, Wagon Stock, Hardwood Lum- 

ber, Planet Jr. Cultivators, Drills, Etc. 

Scrapers, Tents, Harness, &raiing Plows, Contractors' Supplies, Etc. 

Send for Price List to 

l&e Ie&& We Ikewell Wagon H0*V 

Salt Lake, Ogden, of Dillan, Montana. 

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Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Eats, Caps & Clothing 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at Pielf ard's. 

Salt Lake City Directory. 95 



Hair James, laborer, es 9th East bet Noijth and South Temple 

Hailstrom Ann, widow, ns 1st South bet 21 and 3d West 

Hakeman George, laboier, ss 6th South bet 9th and Dth .East 

Halbert Wm, carpet weaver, ws 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Halbert Henry, butcher, ws 7th Kast bet 3d and 3d South 

Halbert Arthur, trunk maker, ws 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Hall Phillip, carpenter, es 5th West bet 2d and 3d South 

Hall Joseph H, laborer, ss 2d South bet 4th and nth West 

Hall Mrs. E. J. ns South Temple bet 5th and 6th West 

Hall James B, manufacturer, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th West 

Hall Joseph, carpenter, iiw cor Walnut & Wall 

Hall L E, agent, es 1st East bet South Temple and North Temple 

Hall Frank, engineer, es 1st East bet 1st and 2d South. 

Hall H A, lawyer, ws 1st West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Hall Celma, widow, nslst North bet 10th and llth East 

Halpin J J, (H & Co) ns 3d South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Halstrom C R, harnessmaker, ns 3d South bet 1st and 2tl East 

Halsett Anton, pedler, es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Halstrom Mrs Christina, widow f ns 1st South bet 9th and 10th East 

Hamer Samuel, blacksmith, ws 5th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Hainer Mrs Sarah, ws res, 5th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Hamer Elizabeth, widow, res 5th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Hamill Martin, painter, ns 2d South bet 4th and 5th tfast 

Hamill Paul, painter, es 4th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Hamill Samuel, res ne cor 3d South and 4th East 

Hamilton A N, editor Tribune, Clift Row, ws W T bet 3d & 4th South 

Hamilton W H, painter, se cor 2d West and North Temple 

Hamilton Dr J F, ns 1st South bet 4th and 5th East 

Hamliii George, ss Plum bet Centre & Quince 

Hampton B G, harnessmaker, ws 7th East bet South Temple A 1st 8 

Hampton Benjamin, mining, es 4th East bet 1st & 2d South 

Hampton Mrs Helen H, lie cor Garden & Elm 

Hamptou B Y, res se cor Elm & Wall 

Hancock Phillip, laborer, ns 3d North bet 4th and 5th West 

Hancock John, mining, sw cor 3d West & 2d North 

Hanes Charles W, clerk, ws 1st East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Hanford John, laborer se cor Mountain & Elm 

Hanks E M, teamster, es 4th West bet 3d & 4th South 

Hanks T V, candy maker, ns 1st South bet 1st West & West Temple 

Hanks Harriet, widow, ns 2d South bet 4th & 5th East 

Hannibal Peter C, iiight watchman, se cor 6th East & 2d South 

Hannibal, W II upholsterer, ss 2d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Hansen Hans, shoemaker, es 5th East bet 7th & 8th South 

Hansen James, milkman, ws 5th East bl 6th and 7th South 

Hansen James P, laborer, ws 5th East bet t$th & 9th South 



L, GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wwl and Furs, W, L Flclcard, Salt Lai City, Utah. 



f ! Deseret Carriage and Wagon Shops, 

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& KIVIGHT, 

All kinds of^- 



Carria-ffe, Wagon, Black smithing If or/, Carriage 
Painting and Trimming, 

And all kinds of Repairing in our Hue will be done in first-class style. 

-c- ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. ~o- 
North Side Second South Street, between First and Second East Streets. 



6 JAS. DINWOODEY, 

\ ARCADE! RESTAURANT 

AND 

OITST:E;R, HOUSE 

>r Well*, Fftrgo's Hank, Salt Lake City. 

Everything of the Best. Prices Reasonable, 

H 

O ; S. T. JONASSON. E. D. HOGE. 

LAW OFFICE 



Wasatch Building, Rooms 14 and 15,. 

P. <). BOX, 572, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 



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Agents for the 

CALDWELL FARM AND SPRING 'WAGONS, 

For Utah, Idaho and Montana. 

CARRIAGES AND HARNESS- 

Dealers in 

AU Kind* of Hardwood and Wayon Material, California Victor 
Mowers, l*l(vu)8 and Farm Machinery , Etc. 

First East Street, bet. First and Second South, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Hardy Bros. & Burton cany A full line of General Merchandise 



California Lasso Saddles, W. L. Piekard, Salt Lake City. 



Salt Lake City Directory. 97 



Hansen Maggie, widow, ns 7th South bet 5th and 6th East. 

Hansen N, laborer, ws 4th East bet 7th & 8th South 

Hansen Mrs. H, ws 4th East bet 7th & 8th South 

Hansen C, cook, bds White House 

Hansen Peter, painter, se cor Maple & Bluff 

Hansen Wm L, jr, machinist, ns North Temple bet 1st & 3d West 

Hansen C, mining, bds White House 

Hansen Frank, engineer, ss 6th South bet 4th and 5th West 

Hansen J, cook, ss 6th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Hansen Otto, laborer, ss 3d South bet 1st & 2d East 

Hansen Peter E, res ss 7th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Hansen H P, farmer, ss 7th South bet 3d A 4th East 

Hansen Win, clerk, es Vine bet 1st North & Currant 

Hards James, engineer, ns 3d South bet 5th & 6th East 

Harding Thos, clerk, ns 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Hardrnan Abraham, teamster, ssOth South bet 3d and 4th West 

Hardman Isaac, laborer, ne cor 7th South and 2d West 

Hardman George, laborer, es 2d West bet 6th and 7th South 

Hardy C H, res ns 1st South bet 5th and 6th South 

Hardy C W, res ns 1st South bet 5th & 6th South 

Hardy Rufus, se cor South Temple and 4th East 

Hardy Leonard W, res se cor 2d South & 4th East 

Hardy L G, merchant, es 4th South bet 3d & 3d East 

Hardy George, res se cor2d South & 4th East 

Hardy Isaac, herbalist, ss South Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Hardy Harvey, mining, ws 1st West bet South Temple & N T 

Hardy Wm, waiter, ns cor West Temple and 3d South 

Hardy JohnF, commercial agent, es West Temple bet 3d & 4th South 

Harkness M H, lawyer, ss North Temple bet East Temple & W T 

Harkness J B. blacksmith, es 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 

Harkness Robert, lawyer, ns South Temple bet 1st & 3d East 

Hark well Elliot, dairyman, ws 6th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Harmon Joseph, laborer, ws 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Harmon Edward, res ne cor 8th West & 1st North 

Harmon David, farmer, ns North Temple bet 8th & 9th West 

Harmon Charles, res ws 6th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Harmon W, teamster, ws 6th West bet North Temple & 1st North 

Harmon Isaac, teamster, sw cor 6th West & 2d North 

Harmon Chas S, shoemaker, ws 7th West bet South Temple & N T 

Harmon George, teamster, ws 7th West bet South Temple & N T 

Harper Susan, widow, ws 2d East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Harper T E, grocer, ss 4th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Harper George, gardener, ne cor 7th South & 4th West 

Harrington James, laborer, ws 1st West bet South Temple & N T 

Harris Thomas, stonecutter, ws Vine bet 1st North & Currant 



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SJioemakers* Tools of all kinds, W. J">. rickard, Salt Lake. 



o. IF\ ZDTJ:E, 

FLORIST, SEEDSMAN, 

AND 

PRESERVER OF FRESH FLOWERS, 

Two IS locks North of Valley House, - - Salt Lake City, 

Has a great variety of 

Greenhouse, Bedding and Basket Plants > a Large 

Stock of Garden Seeds in Bulk, Pure and Fresh, 

joo kinds of Flower Seeds, Everlasting 

Floivers^ Ornamental Grass <5r* Baskets, 

ALL FLORAL DECORATIONS MADE TO ORDER. 

Fresh Flowers Preserved Cheap and Perfect. 

FRUIT TREES, ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS. 

Orders by Mail, Express and Telephone promptly attended to. 
Catalogue free to all customers, new and old. 



AXTTCLL, 

(Successor to Joseph Graham) 

m \ 

THEATRICAL AND CITY BILL POSTER. 

VM | 

Only Licensed Bill Poster. 

Distributing Programmes, Circulars, Etc. 



WORK DONE PUNC2 UALL Y AND WELL. 



<g i Leave Orders with J. C. Graham & Co., 28 and 30 First South Street. 

05 : 

P. O. BOX, 387, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

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Call and see Hardy Bros. & Burton's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 

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Salt Lake City Directory. 99 



Harris Jane, widow, es 7th West bet 1st and 21 North 

Harris Bagley, laborer, es West Temple bet 1st & 2d South 

Harris Thos F, cook, es West Temple bet 1st and 2d South 

Harris Thos, coal dealer, es West Temple bet 1st and 3d South 

Harris W T, res ss 5th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Harris Joshua, carp, es 7th East bet 4th and 5ih South 

Harris Edward, tobacconist, ne cor 6th East and 5th South 

Harris John, confectioneries 6th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Harrison HC, res es 2d East bet 2d & 3d South 

Harrison James H, engraver, ns 6th South bet 9th & 10th East 

Harrison George, bookkeeper, es Cherry bet Fruit & South Temple 

Harrison Wm, tinsmith, es 9th East bet 3d arid 4th South 

Harrison Robert, carpenter, sw cor 5th North & 1st West 

Harrow Martin, gardener, ns 8th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Hart Wm, laborer, ne cor 5th East and 7th South 

Hart Mary, widow, ws 6th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Hart Wm, merchant, sw cor High & Pine 

Barter John, gardener, nw cor 6th South & 6th East 

Harter John jr, jeweler, ns 6th South bet 5th & 6th East 

Hartwell Byron, blacksmith, nw cor Cherry & Wall 

Harup Charles, laborer, nw cor West Temple & 3d South 

Harvey James, painter, ss 6th South bet 1 )th & llth East 

Harvey Joseph, painter ns 4th South bet 13th & llth East 

Harvey John C, laborer, ws 1st West bet South Temple & N T 

Harvey J M, res ss 5th South bet East Temple & West Temple 

Haslem. John, carpenter, ns 3d Norlh bet 4th & 5th West 

Haslem John J, blacksmith, ws 6th West bet 1st & 3d North 

Haslem K H, carpenter, es 5th West bet 1st & 3d North 

Haslem John J, blacksmith, sw cor 5th West & 2d North 

Haslem George, laborer, es 2nd West bet 4th & 5th North 

Haslem Margaret, widow, ws 6th West bet 3d & 3J North 

Haslem John, farmer, ss 3d North bet 6th & 7th West 

Hatcher B B, carpenter, ns 1st South bet 2d & 3d West 

Hatiield Robt, laborer, ne cor 9th East & 3d North 

Hatfield Samuel, ws 4th West bet North Temple & South Temple 

Hatt John, nw cor Oak & Wall 

Haven J D, mining, bds Continental 

Hawk Wm, res es 2d West bet 3d & 4th North 

Hawkes Thos, umbrella maker, ns 2d South bet 6th & 7th East 

Hawkes George, butcher, ns 3d South bet 6th & 7th East 

Hawkes Wm, umbrella maker, ns 3d South bet 6th & 7th East 

Hawkins Richard, brickmaker, es 9th East bet bet 1st & 3d South 

Hawkins Creighton, farmer, ss 7th South bet 6th & 7th East 

Hawkins Riego, brickmaker, ss 7th South bet 6th & 7th East 

Hawkins Emma, widow, ns South Temple bet 1st & 3d West 



L,. Goldberg has tlie largest stock of Men's wear in S. Li. City 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Fickard's. 



THIS 

Territorial Enquirer, 

PUBLISHED AT 

PROVO CITY, UTAH COUNTY, UTAH, 
Every Tuesday and Friday, 



CHEAPEST AND NEWSIEST PAPER IN UTAH, 

And has the Largest Circulation of any Semi- Weekly News- 
paper published in the Territory. 

The ENQUIKEB is the only Paper published in the Southern Div- 
ision of the First Judicial District; which is comprised of se veil rapidly 
growing counties that have an aggregate population of 50.000. 

TERMS FOR SUBSCRIPTION: 

ONE YEAR - 3.00. 

Six MONTHS, -.----. - 1.50. 

THREE Mo THS, --..--- 75 cents. 



JOB PRINTING I BOOK BINDING 

Done inFirst-class Style and at the Lowest Living Prices. 
A full line of 

LEGAL BLANKS, ORDER, RECEIPT, PROMISSORY 
NOTE and STUDENTS' NOTE BOOKS 

Constantly on hand. Merchants and the Trade generally supplied at 
the Lowest Wholesale Figures. 

JOHN C. GRAHAM, Prop. 

lardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Eats, Caps It Clothing 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



Salt Lake City Directory. 101 



Hawkins Mrs Harriet, es 1st East bet 1st & 3d South 

Hawley Mrs M, ws 1st West bet South Temple & 1st South 

Hawley C L, carpenter, ws 4th West bet 3d & 4th South 

Hayes Isaac H, wagon maker, ws 9th East bet 3d * 4th South 

Hay hoe John, laborer, nw cor Prospect & Oak 

Haynes Henry (Haynes & Son) ss South Temple bet 1st & 2d West 

Hays Wm, butcher, ns 3d North bet 3d & 3d West 

Hay wood Henry J, carpenter, ss 1st North bet 5th & 6th West 

Hazeltine C, res Donaldson House 

Hazleden John, gardener, ws 3d West bet 6th & 7th South 

Hazlegrove I, mining, ws 2-1 vVest bet 21 <fc 3d South 

Heaps David, brakeman, ws 12th East bet 1st & 2d North 

Heaps David, brakeman, ws 3d West bet 2d & 3d South 

Heard Edward, bds Clift House 

Hears Louis, cash. Des Bank, ws 1st West bet 1st & 2d South 

Heath Henry, night watchman, ns 3d South bet 2d & 3d West 

Heath Henry, jr, clerk, ns 3d South bet 2d & 3d West 

Heath Wrn, farmer, se cor 3d South & 4th West 

Heath Frederick, farmer, ws West Temple bet 6th and 7th South 

Heckenloper Wm, res ws 2d West bet 4th and oth South 

Hedberg L, tailor, ss oth S >uth bet 3d & 4th East 

Hedberg A L, (H & Ferstrom) res Wasatch Building 

Hedger Geo, musician, ss South Temple bet Oth and 10th East 

Hedges J H, res ss 3d South bet 1st West & West Temple 

Hedquist Alexander, shoemaker, ne cor Mountain & Spruce 

Heffron Clara, widow, ss 6th South bet 3d & 4th West 

Heii John, res ss 2d South bet P^ast Temple & 1st East 

Heiiies Lewis, broker, ss 3d South bet 1st & 3d East 

Heineau M, barber, 192, East Temple 

Heiss S A, mail agent Utah Southern, ws West Temple bet 3d& 3d S 

Held James, jeweler, se cor Wall & Spruce 

Hemmeiiway Nephi, se cor 6th South & 1st West 

Hemmenway Mrs Elvira, se cor 6th South & 1st West 

Hempstead Mary V, widow, sw cor East Temple & 1st North 

HEMAN J H, ns 1st South bet West Temple & 1st West 

Henderson Thos, laborer, es 10th East bet 2d & 3d South 

Henderson Mrs M, widow, ws 9th East bet South Temple & 1st South 

Henderson Mary, widow, ws 3d East bet 6th & 7th South 

Henderson David, clerk, ss 5th South bet 1st East & East Temple 

Henderson W, bds Clift House 

Hennifer A H, carpenter, ne cor 9th South A 4th East 

Hennifer W, barber, ws 3d East bet 3d & 3d South 

Henry John, engineer, ss 8th East bet 1 ?t South and South Templo 

Henry Sarah, widow, ws 4th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Hensch J C, plumber, ss South Temple bet 7th and 8th East 



L. Goldberg, the only Clothing; Manufacturer, S. I* City 



WALIJN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 



f COUGH SYRURf: 



The Finest Preparation in the World for curing all Diseases 
of the Throat and Lungs. 

M 

1 1 Grown Wonderfully to Popularity in 1882, 



Consumption in 1875, 2% Gross, 

Consumption in 1 882> - - 1,115 Gross. 



All Dealers are hereby authorized to refund the Purchase Money in 

every case where a cure is not effected, or at least relief 

afforded and Satisfaction Given. 



Should be kept in Stock by every dealer in Drugs or 

General Merchandise, and should have a place 

in every home, camp and hospital. 



< Address all Orders toji 

G. P. CULMER & BROS. , 



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?H 

g j Z 0. Mi I, Drug Department, Salt Lake Oity, 
Hardy Bros. & Burton cany a full line of General Merchandise 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



Salt Lake City Directory. 103 



HEUSSEK J, gunsmith, 94 and 93 Commercial 
Hepworth John, sr, (H & Sons) ne cor 6tb South & East Temple 
Hepworth John, jr, (H & Sons) ns 8th South bet East Temple & 1st East 
Hepworth Thomas, butcher, sslst North bet (5th & 7th West 
Hepworth Samuel, butcher, ss 1st North bet 6th & 7th West 
Hepworth John, coal dealer, ss 2d South bet East Temple <fe 1st East 
Herdsman John, teamster, es Fir bet Wall & Prospect 
Herman E D, carriage painter, ne cor 1 ;t <onth & 8th Fast 
Hernshaw Mark, plasterer, ns 1st North bet 6th & 7th West 
Herridge John, laborer, ws 4th West bet 1st & 2d North 
Herschfogh Joseph, clerk, ns 6th South bet West Temple <fe 1st West 
HesUngton Abraham, laborer, ws 6th East bet 6th A 6th South 
Hesse E H, clerk, es 3d East bet 5th & 6th East 
Hensser Wm, res ws 4th East bet 6th and 7th South 
Hewlett Thos, res ss 1st South bet 6th & 7th East 
Hewlett George, expressman, ws 1st East bet 6th & 7th South 
Hewser Jacob, gunsmith, ss 7th South bet 4th & 5th East 
Heysteck W, carpenter, es 2d West bet 2d A 3d North 
Hey wood George, laborer, rn 2d South bet 6th & 7th West 
Hey wood J L, res ss North Temple bet East Tem;>le & West Temple 
Hicks Edwin, laborer, nw cor 9th South & 5th East 
Hicks Evaline A, widow, ws 5th East bet 8th & 9th South 
Hicks Joseph, carpenter, ns 9th South bet 4th and 5th East 
Hicks Ann, widow, es 5th East bet 3d & 4th South 
Hicks James M, laborer, ris 8th South bet 5th & 6th Fast ! 
Higbee Judith H, widow, ss 1st North bet 4th & 5th vVest 
Hirschman Moses, res ns 4th South bet West Temple and 1st West 
Higgins Jane, widow, ws 3d East bet 7th & 8th South 
Higgins C W, eclectic physician, ss 2d South bet W T & E T 
Higham Thomas, gardener, es Maple bet Fruit & Garden 
Higson John, mining, ss 4th South bet 2d t 3d West 
HILL HARRY J, manager Deseret Tel Office, ss 1st S bet 6th and 7th E 
Hill Mrs Flora S, music teacher, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 
Hill A N. jr, machinist, es 2d West bet 2d & 3d South 
Hill Mrs Margaret, es 2d West bet 2d & 3d South 
Hill S H, paymaster Utah Cen, es 2d West bet 1st & 2d South 
Hill John, laborer, ss 7th South bet 2d & 3d West 
Hill Henry, laborer, ss 2d South bet 4th & 5th West 
Hill J W, Indian interpreter, es 2d West bet 5th & 6th North 
Hill Jonn, shoemaker, es 4th West bet 3d & 4th North 
Hill Chas W, clerk, se cor 7th West & North Temple 
Hill John W, machinist, ss 1st North bet 3d & 4th West 
Hill Thomas, fireman, ss 1st North bet 3d & 4th West 
Hill A N, laborer, ws 5th West bet 2d A 3d North 
Hill H C, supt Horn Silver, bds Continental 
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You can save 10 per cent -by-buying Clothi 



IF. Ju. ricJcard carries a full line of Trotting & Hating Goods 



DR. C. W. NUNN, 
VETERINARY SURGEON 

All persons who reside in the country and have Sick Horses and 
Cattle, by sending to me the symptoms, pulse, etc, I will send medi- 
cinef, with full instructions, by return mail. 

All Operations Skillfully Performed. 

Ringbones and Spavins a Specialty. 

A 1 so Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer of the Celebrated Black 
Oils, and wrapped up with each $1 00 Bottle the best Recipe for Colic in 
Hores and Cattle, which is worth $59 to anyone. 



~T AGENTS WANTED, 

Address all Orders to 
XDr, C. T*T. 3STTJ-2STlNr 7 ""V. S., 

1272 Kimball Block, 
P. O. BOX 967, - SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 




W. DEVEY & 

EAGLE WORKS, ALPINE, Utah Co., Utah Territory, 

Manufacturers of the 
ALPINE TCBULAR IRON WHEEL-BARROW. 

For Farmers and Miners, Patented Sept. 19, 1882. We manufacture four 
sizes, as follows: No. 3, suitable for Farmers, weighing about 45 pounds. 
No. 4, suitable for Miners and Smelters, with box made of No. 16 guage iron, 
weight about (>5 pounds. No. 5, same size as No. 4, with extra strong box, 
made of No. 14 guage iron. No. 6, a large barrow suitable for carrying coke, 
charcoal and other light material, holding from three to four bushels. All 
warranted to have STEEL AXLES and CASE HARDENED 
EYES* an d to be superior to any other barrow in the market. Any size 
and weight made to order. Also manufacturers of Iron Tubular Singletrees 
and Plow Stretchers, which are lighter and stronger than wood. Harness 
Rings, Buckle , Toggles, Cockeyes, Open Links, Wagon Bow Staples, Clevises 
and all kinds of wrought iron goods. 

Z. C. M. 1. Salt Lake City andOgden, sole agents for our wheel barrows. 

lon't forget that Hardj Broi* ft Burton hay t a well selected itock of Drj Gfoodi 



Saddleiy and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L. Pickari Salt Lake Citj. 
Salt Lake City Directory. 105 

Hill George E, farmer, ns 8th South bet 6lh & 7ih East 

Hill A S, res ws East Temple bet 3d & 4th South 

Hill Rev S M, nw cor 2d South & 4th East 

Hill Herrmaii (H & Trevvhela) res 2)5 East Temple St 

Hill Mary A, widow, ss2d South bet 3d <fe 3d East 

Hill Wm, carpenter, 1st North bet 10th & llth East 

Hillain lioduey, clerk, ws 7th East bet 4th & 5th South 

Hillier John, carpenter, ss North Temple bet 6th & 7th West 

Hillingworth Joseph, laborer ns South Temple bet 1st West & W T 

Hillstead J A, assayer, 1st North bet 10th & llth East 

Hilton James, res es 7th East bet 1st South & South Temple 

Hilton George, night watchman, ss 8th South bet 8th &. 9th East 

Hilton Wm, policeman, ws llth East bet 3d & 3d South 

Hilton David, butcher, ws Oak bet Fruit & 'Garden 

HUton. Allen, teamster, se cor Bluff & Elm 

Hilton T) A, blacksmsth,ns Prospect bet Maple & Elm 

Hoaglaiid Esther, widow, ss 5th East bet 1st & 3d South 

Hodder Frederick, carpenter, es 9th East bet 3d & 4th South 

Hodge W, moulder, es 7th West bet South Temple <fe North Temple 

Hodgson Oliver, carpenter, ss 3d South bet 9th & 10th East 

Hoffenbach Anthony, tinner, ss 3d North bet 9th & 10th east 

Hof hines Peter, rnason, ws 5th East bet 3d & 3d South 

Hoffman John, nw cor Prospect & Maple 

Hoffman Frank, lawyer, ss 5th South bet 1st East & East Tempi* 

Hoffman J M, blacksmith, ws 3d East bet 2d & 3d South 

Hogan Margaret, widow, ss 1st South bet 8th &9th East 

Hogan Orson P, teamster, ss 1st South bet 8th & 9th East 

Hogan Agnes, widow, ss 1st South bet 8th & 9th East 

Hogan Alexander, lather, ss 1st South bet 8th <k 9th East 

Hogan John C, teamster, ss 1st South bet 8th & 9th East 

Hoge E D, res ss South Temple bet 6th & 7th East 

Hogle James (Clasby & Hogle) ws 4th East bet 1st South AST 

Hogle O, res Wasatch Building 

Holbrook Andrew, laborer, es West Temple bet 1st & 3d South 

Holden N P, laborer, ws 6th East bet oth & 6th South 

Holderman S, cattle dealer, bds White House 

Holderway W S, machinist, ss South Temple bet 3d & 4th West 

Hole Elizabeth, res es 9th East bet 3d & 4th South 

Holeing E G, laborer, ss 3d South bet 4th & 5th West 

Holland J T, res es Commercial bet 1st & 3d South 

Holland Dr James M, res es Fir bet High & Mountain 

Hollberg Chas B, res es 9th East bet 1st & 2d North 

Rolling Marcus, painter, ss South Temple bet 6th & 7th East 

Hollingworth Thomas, tailor, es Spruce bet Prospect <fe High 

Hollister O J, revenue collector, ws West Temple bet 3d & 4th South 



L. Goldberg- has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. Lu City 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WX. Pickard, Salt Lake 




DR. VAN AU KIN'S 



FIRST SOUTH STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, 

(OPPOSITE TWELFTH WARD SCIIGOT^HOUSE.) 

Is now prepared with the finest SILVER TOOLS in the 

Territory to do all kinds of Dental work at 

pi ices that defy competition. 



Full Sets of Teeth, - $15.00 to $18.00 

HALF SETS IN PROPORTION. 



Filling Teeth with G-cld - $ 100 to $1,50 

ALL OIHER FILLINGS ONE DOLLAR. 



TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. 



With the aid of improved and lately patented ma- 
chinery I am enabled to fill all orders promptly and 
at prices within the reach of all. Rich or Poor treated 
alike. An examination of warerooms and Laboratory 
will convince all requiring the services of a Dentist. 

DR. VAN AUKIN. 



3on't forget that Hardy Bros, is Barton hare a well selected stock of Dry Goods 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Uppers, W. L, Picliard, Salt Lake City, ILaa, 
Salt Lake City Directory. 107 



Holmes W, green grocer, ns South Temple bet 1st West & W T 

Holmes Samuel, boilermaker, se cor 1st North & 5th West 

Holmes Mrs Agnes, widow, ns 3d North bet 4th & 5th West 

Holstan Oscar, laborer, ss 3d South bet 7th & 8th East 

Holt John, teacher, ws 1st East bet 5th & 6th South 

Holy Cross Hospital ns 1st South bet 10th & llth East 

Honess Joseph, res es 7th West bet 1st South & South Temple 

Honnberg Dr Julius, ns 5th South bet 1st & 3d West 

Honnington Harriet A, widow, ss 3d North bet 3d & 4th West 

Hood Orilla, widow, ss North Temple bet 1st & 3d West 

Hook Lewis, saddler, es 5th East bet 3d & 4th South 

Hooper Thomas A, machinist, ss 1st South bet 4th & 5th West 

Hooper Mrs, widow^ es 1st West bet 3d & 3d North' 

Hooper Edward G, carpenter, ns 3d North bet 5th & Oth West 

Hooper W C, shoemaker, es 3d East bet 3d & 3d South 

Hooper James, laborer, ns 3d South bet 1st & 2d East 

Hooton Henry, machinist, ss 4th South bet 1st & 2d West 

Hopkins Richard, res ns 3d South bet 1st & 3d West 

Hopkins O R, res ss 1st South bet 2d & 3d West 

Hopper A (A Hopper & Co) ns 3d South bet 1st & 3d East 

Hopwood Elizabeth, widow, ss Centre bet 1st North & Currant 

Horbeck Adolph, watchmaker, ns Bluff bet Ash & Locust 

Horm Kichard, teacher, ne cor 5th West & 1st South 

Horn Thomas A, clerk, ws Spruce bet Fruit &]Garden 

Home Joseph, justice of peace, se cor 3d South & 1st West 

Home Mrs Mary, ss 3d South bet 1st West & West Temple 

Home F O, ore sampler, ns 3d South bet 3d & 4th West 

Home Thomas, laborer, ws Pine bet High & Prospect 

Horsely C R, laborer, ns Wall bet Fir & Spruce 

Horsely Harry, res es Oak bet Wall & Prospect 

Hosford Dr E, ns 3d South bet 1st & 3d East 

Houghton George, laborer, ns 3d South bet 1st West & West Temple 

Houghton Frederick, night watchman, ns 3d Sou h.bet 5th & 6th East 

Houich Frederick, laborer, ss 3d South bet 2d & 3d East 

Householder Jonathan, laborer, ns 3d South bet 9th & 10th East 

Householder A, laborer, ws West Temple bet 4th & 5th South 

Hovey Edwin, bds Clift House 

Howard Charles, laborer, es 2d West bet 5th & 6th South 

Howard John R, clerk, ns Wall bet Maple & Elm 

Howard Mrs Sarah, res ns High bet Ash & Beach 

Howard Wm, res ss 3d South bet 5th & 6th East 

Howard R L, clerk U S land office, ss 1st South bet 3d & 4th East 

Howard Thomas, res ss 5th South bet 1st & 2d East 

Howarth Robert, laborer, ss 7th South bet W T & E T 

Howarth Nephi, photographer, ns 1st South bet 1st West & W T 



You can save 10 per cent by baying Clothing at JL. Goldberg's 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Piokard, Salt Lake City, 



IFIEIR/ID CT. 



SUCCESSOR TO 



TRAVIS & CO., 

WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER 

1212 and 1215 Second South Street, 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 




SOLE AGENTS ORIGINAL BUDWEISER BEER. 



Call and leo Hardy Bros. & Burton's complete stock of Staple ft Fancy Groceries 



Ladies Saddles In great variety at W. L. Fi&ard's, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Salt Lake City Directory. 109 



Howcroft Nephi, laborer, ws 2d West bet 5th & 6th North 
Howe Amos, (Davis, Howe & Co) ss 3d North bet Vine & 1st West 
Howe Amos, (Davis, Howe & Co) ws 1st West bet North Temple A 1st N 
Howe C R, res ws 1st West bet;North Temple & 1st North 
Howe Edgar, pattern-maker, ss High bet Oak & Fir 
Howell James, teamster, ns 6th South bet 10th & llth East 
Ho well Wm J, laborer, ss 5th South bet 4th & 5th East 
Howell Peter, stonecutter, ws 7th West bet North Temple <fe 1st North 
Ho wells Thomas, teacher, ws 6th West bet South Temple & 1st South 
Ho wells Thomas, mason, es 6th West bet 1st South & South Temple 
Hoy John, gardener, ss BlufFbet Locust and Maple 
Hoyt Mrs Fannie, photographer, 1218 1st South 

Hubbard Anna, widow, ns 3d South bet East Temple & West Temple 
Hubert Charles, moulder, es 3d West bet 4th and 5th South 
Hudson Thomas, carpenter, ws 3d West bet South Temple & 1st South 
Hudson Leonard P, architect, ws 2d West bet South Temple & 1st South 
Hudson Mrs H A, res ns 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 
Hudson James, moulder, ss High bet Oak and Elm 
Hughes Dr Martha P, physician, es 9th East bet 6th and 7th South 
Hughes John M, plasterer, es Oth East bet 5th and 6th South 
Hughes F D, painter, es 10th East bet 2d and 3d South 
Hughes John, stonecutter, es 6th West bet 1st and 2d South 
Hughes Rus, laborer, es 6th West bet 1st and 3d South 
Hughes Jerry, porter Warm Springs 
Hughes J A, bds Clift House 

Hugnes Wm, shoemaker, ws 1st East bet 4th and 5th South 
Hull Thomas E, bookkeeper, es 3d West bet 3d and 3d South 
Hull W B, mining, ns 1st South bet 1st and 3d East 
Hulse James, merchant, ns North Temple bet 9th and 10th East 
Hummel Edward, laborer, es Oth East bet 5th and 6th South 
Humphrey Frank J, bds Colorado House 
Hunt Peter, laborer, es 4th Wost bet 1st and 2d South 
Hunt Charles, watchman, ss Centre bet Currant and Apricot 
Hunt W H, bds Clift House 

Hunt Wm H, jr, clerk nw cor 3d South and West Temple 
Hunt Isaac, teamster, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th East 
Hunter James, laborer, ss 4th South bet 4th and 5th West 
Hunter Jacob, farmer, sw cor North Temple and 8th West 
Hunter Joseph, laborer, nw cor 1st South and 3d West 
Hunter Wm, upholsterer, ns Bluff bet Oak and Fir 
Hunter Edward, res es West Temple bet North Temple and 1st North 
Hunter Jane W, widow, ne cor High and Beach 
Hunter [saac, farmer, es 5th West bet North Temple and 1st North 
> | Hunter Richard, laborer, ns 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 
j Hunter J A, chief justice, ns 1st South bet 5th and 6thEast 



L. 3-oldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W, L, Pickard, Salt Lakt. 



ROOK SPRINGS, 



THE ONLY RELIABLE MARKET FOR 

Lump, Assorted, and Egg Coal. 

Large stock always on hand, and full stock guaranteed, 



REDUCTIONS IN COAL 

ROCK SPRINGS. 
Per ton, by car load ............ $6.00 

Per ton, at yard .............. 6.50 

Per ton, delivered ..... . ........ 7.00 

RED CANYON. 

Per ton, by car load ..... ....... 3-5 

Per ton, at yard ........ . ..... 4.00 

Per ton, delivered ......... * . . . 4.50 

WEBER. 
Per ton, car load ............. $4.50 

Per ton, at yard .............. 5.25 

Per ton delivered ............ . 6.00 

Office: Corner Second South and Main, Wasatch 
Building. A. GOULD, Agent. 



Hardy Bros. & Burton cany a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at PieVard's. 

imm 
WH~* ^,^ ^^J ^., ^^,J. . * . - 



Hunter Stephen, res se cor 6th South and East Temple 

Hurberson Hugh, teamster, ss 1st South bet 3d and^4th West 

Hurd Wm,"bailiff, es 8th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Hurskins Archibald, sr, tailor, ns Fruit bet Locust and Maple 

Hurskins Archibald, jr, plasterer, iis Fruit bet Locust and Maple 

Hurst Emma, widow, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th \ North 

Husbands C T, engineer, es 5th West bet 2d;"aiid 3d North 

Hutchins Joseph, laborer, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d West 

Hutchins Susan, widow, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d West 

Hutchison John, painter, ss 4th South bet 10th and llth East 

Hutchison John, gardener, nw cor 6th South and 7th East 

Hutchison J B, (H & Busby) ss 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Huxley Phillip, res ss 4th North bet 2d and 3d West 

Huxley Phillip, jr, bookkeeper, ss 4th. North bet 2d and 3d West 

Huxley W H, carpenter, ss 4th North bet 3d and 3d West 

Huxley Mrs Clarissa, res sw cor 5th North and 2d West 

Hyde Frank, clerk, ns North Temple bet West Temple &]*Eastj Temple 

Hyde A E, clerk, ns North Temple bet West Tern pie >ndj. East J^Temple 

Hyde Charles W, res es 1st West bet 3d and|4th South 

Hyde Mrs E L, res ws 1st East bet 2d and 3d South 

Hylander Hans, sheemaker, ws Pine bet Bluff and Wall 

Hyrup Andrew, carpenter, ns 5th South bet 3d and 3d East 

I, 

I O O F Halls, 146 East Temple and Oeseret Building 

Illingworth Wm, manufacturer, nslst Soutn bet 8th and 9th East 

Ilmer Herman, upholsterer, es3d East bet 3d and~4th South 

Ilmo E H, laborer, bdsjWhite House 

Inebuit Frederick, laborer, es llth East bet 3d and 4th South 

Ingberg Elof, carpenter, ns 2d South bet 7th and t 8th T East 

Inglis J S, agt "Blue Line," bds WalkerTHouse 

Ingham Charles, laborer, ss GtlrSouth bet 2d and 3d West 

Ingram W H, carpenter, es 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Ingstrom John, cabinet maker, ws-2d East bet 2d and*3d South 

Inkin John, shoemaker, ne cor South Temple and 1st West 

Internal Revenue Office, 141, East Temple 

Ireland E A, U S Marshal, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Ireland Kate E, widow, ws 3d East bet'lst and 2d South 

Irish C B, res ws East Temple bet South Temple and 1st South 

Irons John, teller McCornick's bank, es 1st East bet 1st South and S T 

Irvine W, laborer, ss 3d South bet 4th 2nd 5th West 

Irvine R H, coal agent, ss 3d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Irvine John, laborer, ss South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Irvine George, merchant, nw cor 6th South and 4th West ,[ 

L. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Picfcard, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

I THE PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY 



CARRIERS TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD, 



FREIGHT AND TREASURE TRANSPORTED 

WITH SAFETY AND DISPATCH AT 

REASONABLE RATES. 



COMMISSIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED To. PURCHASES 
MADE AND GOODS FORWARDED BY EXPRESS. 

t^ 3 AGENCIES THROUGHOUT UTAH. ** 
No. 75 Main Street, Salt Lake City. 

FRANK H. HYDE, F. C. GENTSVH, 

Agent. Asst. Stipt. 



T. J. ALMY, SECRETARY. 

UTAH EASTERN RAILROAD. 




COMPLETED FROM COALVILLE TO PARK 
CITY, THENCE TO SALT LAKE CITY. 

THAT PORTION FROM PARK CITY TO SALT LAKE CITY 
WILL PROBABLY BE COMPLETED THIS SEASON. 



General Office: 1237 First South Street, 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



California Lasso Saddles, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City. 
Salt Lake City Directory. 113 -5 ' 



Irving Joseph, res ss 1st South bet 2d and 3d East 

Irving Joseph, laborer, ws 3d East bet 6th and 7th South 

Irwin Frederick, clerk, ws 1st East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Isaac John P, mason, ns 1st North bet 6th and 7th West 

Isaac John R, mason, ns 1st North bet 6th and 7th West 

Isom Alfred, upholsterer, sw cor Maple and Wall 

Ivesom Soren, farmer, ne cor 7th South and 3d East 

Iverson Ludwig, clerk, ss 6th South bet 3d and 4th West 



J. 



Jack James, clerk, nw cor 5th East and 2d South 

Jackman A R, res ws 2d West bet 1st South and South Temple 

Jackson S B, teamster, ns 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Jackson F P, res ws 3d East bet 3d and 4th South 

Jackson Alfred, waiter, res Wasatch Building 

Jackson Thomas R, painter, es 4th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Jackson Thomas, painter, se cor High and Oak 

Jackson Smeles, laborer, ws Maple bet High and Mountain 

Jackson Ellen, widow, ws Locust bet Wall and Prospect 

Jacobs Joshua, res sw cor llth East and 1st North 

Jacobs J F, res Wasatch Building 

Jacobs H C, clerk, res Wasatch Building 

Jacobs Z, conductor, se cor West Temple and 1st North 

Jacobson W, gardener, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Jacobson A C. waiter, es 1st East bet 1st and 2d South 

Jacobson Mary, widow, es Franklin ave bet 2d and 3d South 

Jacobson Ann M, widow, ne cor 5th South and 1st West 

Jacobson Erastus se cor Chestnut and Wall 

Jacobson Hans, waiter, boards White House 

Jaiuque Jules M, marble cutter, ws 3d West bet 3d and 4th South 

Jaiuque Arnold J, bookkeeper, ns 6th South bet 3d and 4th West 

James John, plumber, es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

James Wm, clerk, ss 3d South bet East and West Temple 

James Mary, widow, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

James David, boiler maker, ns 3d South bet 6th and 7th West 

James J D, jeweler, ws West Temple bet 1st and 2d South 

James D W, plumber, ws West Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

James David, plumber, sw cor 3d South and West Temple 

James Richard S, laborer, ns Prospect bet Beach and Ash 

James Sylvester, gardener, ns 8th South bet 8th and 9th East 

James Sarah A, widow, ne cor 4th South and 7th East 

James Thomas, carpenter, es 7th E^st bet 3d and 4th South 

James W F, mining, ws West Temple bet 1st and 2d South 

Janney Thomas A, res ns 2d North bet 4th and 5th West 

Jaques John, clerk, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th East 

ia oxiav3 T i 'oaggcrioo 

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Shoemakers 9 Tools of all kinds, W. L. Pichasd, Salt LctJce, 




; W 

i $ 



OGKDEIfcT, 



Daily, $8.OO per Annum. 

Semi-Weekly, $5. SO per Annum. 



FIRST CLASS FAMILY NEWSPAPER. 



A SPLENDID ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 



ORDERS BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION. 



SEND IN YOUR ORDERS FOR 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

JOB PRINTING. ,, 

E. H. ANDEKSON, 

Business Manager. 



Call and see Sard? Bros, k Burton's complete stock of Staple l&Fancj Groceries 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 

Salt Lake City Directory. 115 ! ~ 



Jay Wm. carpenter, sw cor Oak and Garden 

Jefferds H M, boards White House 

Jeffrey Albert, mason, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d West 

Jeffreys J R, tinsmith, se cor Chestnut and Wall 

Jeffs Ephraim, engineer, se cor 4th North and 6th West 

Jeffs Mrs Emma, es 3d West bet 3d and 4th North 

Jeffs Wm, jr, laborer, ns 3d North bet 5th and 6th West 

Jeffs Wm, sr, engineer, ss 3d North bet 5th and 6th West 

Jefsky Ferdinand, laborer, ne cor 1st West and 3d North 

Jelich John, res ss North Temple bet East Temple and 1st East 

Jenkins Thomas, stockraiser, ss 6th South bet East and West Temple 

Jenkins Wm, carpenter, ss South Temple bet 1st West and West Temple 

Jenkins J W, harness maker, ws 4th West bet 2d and 3d South 

Jenkins S W, upholsterer, es 3d West bet 3d and 3d North 

Jennens B W E, commercial agent, ns 3d South bet 2d and 3d East 

Jennings Jamei, butcher, ne cor 6th South and West Temple 

Jennings B W, bookkeeper, es West Temple bet 5th and 6th South 

Jennings T W, merchant, sw cor Fruit and Walnut 

Jennings William, mayor, ns South Temple bet 3d and 3d West 

Jensen J J, laborer, es9th East bet 3d and 3d South 

Jensen I. shoemaker, es 9th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Jensen C, cook, es 9th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Jensen Mariah, widow, ss 5th South bet 8th and 9th East 

Jensen Jacob, gardener, ss 5th South bet 8th and 9th East 

Jensen Neils, res es 4th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Jensen Soren, laborer, ws 5th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Jensen Jens, res ss 5th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Jensen James, farmer, ws 4th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Jensen Peter, laborer, ws 2d East bet 2d and 3d South 

Jensen Henrietta, widow, ws 4th West bet 5th and 6th South 

Jensen S S, watchman, ws Canyon road 

Jensen Christina, widow, es 2d West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Jensen Andrew, editor Morganstjern 

Jensen Stephen, laborer, es 1st East bet 3d and 4th South 

Jensen Christina, widow, es 1st East bet 3d and 4th South 

Jensen Pere, laborer, es 1st East bet 3d and 4th South 

Jeremy John, laborer, ws 5th South bet South Temple and 1st South 

Jeremy Thomas D, gardener, nw cor 6th West and South Temple 

Jeremy David, res ne cor 5th West and 2d North 

Jesher Thomas, plasterer, es llth East bet 3d and 4th South 

Jesher Geo (Jesher & Brady) ns North Temple bet 14th and 15tfc South 

Jesher Wm, laborer, es 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

J.esher George, brickmaker, es 7th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Jessen A, civil engineer, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th East 

Jewett Frederick, laborer, es 1st East bet 3d and 3d South 



Li. Goldberg- has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. I* City 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Pickard's. 

f | MASON & CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, BALUSTERS, 
NEWELL POSTS, MOULDINGS, LUMBER. 

LATH, RED AND WHITE SHINGLES, 

REDWOOD, LUMBER, GLASS, ETC, 
CEDAR POSTS, CALIFORNIA AND NATIVE 

FINISHING LUMBER. 

Orders will receive prompt attention and satisfac- 
tion guaranteed. MASON & CO. 
Yard, South Temple, 

Between First and Second West Streets, 

SALT LAKE CITY. 






C. 




ZFIIE^ST SOTJTIH: STIR.IEIET, 

& 

fe I Two doors East of Deseret Bank, 

I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 



lardy Bros. & Burton cany a fine stock of Boots It Shoes, Hats, Gaps It Clothing 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 

N I *W 

Salt Lake City Directory. 117 

Jewish Synagogue, nw cor 3d South and 1st West 

Jimson John, res es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Johanson John, laborer, ss 4th South bet 11 th and 13th East 

Johannson Mrs S, widow, ws 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

John David, mason, ss 3d South bet 9th and 10th East 

Johnson C W, harnessmaker, ws 9th East bet 3d and 3d South 

Johnson Elizabeth, widow, ws 9th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Johnson, Richard M, teamster, ws 9th East bet 3d and 3d South 

Johnson Maria A, widow, ns 4th South bet 6th and 7th East 

Johnson J S. mining, ss 2d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Johnson Mrs Carrie, es 4th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Johnson John, es 4th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Johnson Susan, widow, es 5th West bet 1st and 3d North 

Johnson Pete, engineer, ss 2d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Johnson Neils, organbuilder, es 3d West bet North Temple and 1st N 

Johnson A J, res es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Johnson Daniel, laborer, ws 3d East bet 3d and 4th South 

Johnson James H, farmer es 3d East bet 7th arid 8th South 

Johnson Canute, laborer, ss South Temple bet 3d and 3d East 

Johnson Swen, laborer, ss 3d S^uth bet 2d and 3d East 

Johnson A J, shoemaker, ss South Temple bet 2d and 3d East 

Johnson Catherine, widow, es 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Johnson F M, mining, ws 1st East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Johnson John, grocer, ws Franklin ave bet 3d and 3d South 

Johnson Otto, laborer, ss South Temple bet 1st West and West Temple 

Johnson Samuel, carpenter, es 2d West 5th and 6th South 

Johnson Elizabeth, widow, ss South Temple bet 1st West and West T 

Johnson A M, agent, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d West 

JonhsonJEliza, widow, ws 2d West bet 6th and 7th South 

Johnson L C, clerk, uw cor 3d West and 3d South 

Johnson Margaret W, widow, nw cor 3d West and 3d South 

Johnson Samuel, tailor, ns Wall bet Oak and Fir 

Johnson H D, res es Elm bet Wall and Prospect 

Johnson F L, builder, nw cor Maple and Wall 

Johnson Alfred, laborer, es 3d West bet 5th and 6th North 

Johnson Andrew S, clerk, ns 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Johnson Joseph W, res ns 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Johnston C J, mining, ws 6th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Jones Ephraim, bricklayer, ws 9th East bet 3d and 3d South 

Jones Hopkin, mason, es 9th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Jones Thomas, mason, ss 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 

Jones Wm L, bookkeeper, se cor 8th East and South Temple 

Jones T C, brushmaker, ss 4th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Jones Wiley, laborer, ne cor 7th South and 7th East 

Jones T R, banker, es 5th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

L. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L, City 



WALLIN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 



G, F, CULMER & BRO'S 




SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

OVER 

600 SIZES 

CONSTANTLY. IN STOCK, 

CONSISTING OF 

WINDOW GLASS. 
PLATE GLASS, 

PICTURE GLASS, 

ENAMELED GLASS, 

GROUND GLASS, 

STAINED GLASS, 

BENT GLASS 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

We invite opportunities to estimate on any size job 
from a hot bed to a Church or Cathedral for Glass 
alone, or for Glass glazing or painting. 

22, 24, 28 and 3O First South Street, 

S-A.IDT Xj^IECIE CITY. 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full lino af General Merchandise 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. Li. Pickard, Salt Lake 

Salt Lake City Directory. 119 



Jones Harwood, teamster, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th East 

Jones Mary, widow, sw cor 6th West and 3d North 

Jones Elizabeth, widow, ns 1st North bet 6th and 7th West 

Jones Sarah A, widow, es Vine bet 1st North and Currant 

Jones John T, res se cor Maple and Bluff 

Jones Evan, laborer, ns 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Jones D R. clerk, res Wasatch Building 

Jones N V, assistant tax collector, nw cor 2d South and 2d West 

Jones Charles B, teamster, ns 2d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Jones Mary E, widow, ns 3d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Jones B, blacksmith, ns 5th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Jones John R, laborer, ns 1st South bet 5th and 6th West 

Jones Frank, plasterer, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th,West 

Jones Wm, plasterer, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th West 

Jones George, laborer, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th West 

Jones Thomas, res es 7th West bet 1st South and South Temple 

Jones Letitia, widow, ss 4th South bet 3d and 3d West 

Jones Jane, widow, ns 7th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Jones Owen G, laborer, ss 5th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Jones W H. carpenter, ns 3d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Jones Wm R, dyer, nw cor 3d South and 3d West 

Jones Wm, jeweler, ne cor 4th North and 6th West 

Jones Thomas G, farmer, es 6th West bet North and South Temple 

Jones T, mining, boards Valley House 

Jones Mark, engineer, ws 4th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Jones Marcus E, botanist, ss 5th South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Jonason S J , lawyer, ns 4th South bet East and West Temple 

Jordon T, boards Clift House 

Jorgenson F C, gunsmith, ns 6th South bet 4th and 5th West 

Jorkison Ooly, carpenter, ns 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 

Josephite Mission Chapel, ss 2d South bet 3d and 3d East 

Judges L W, clerk, ss 4th South bet 10th and llth East 

Judge John, res es 1st West bet 2d and 3d South 

Judson Benjamin, physician, ns 4th South bet 13th and 14th East 

Juiijklin Gabriel, laborer, ws 3d East bei 2d and 3d South 

Juvenile Instructor, ns South Temple bet 1st and 3d West 

K. 

Kahn Samuel (Kahn Bros) sw cor 6th South and East Temple 
Kahn Emanuel (Kahn Bros) sw cor 6th South and East Temple 
Kaighn M M, lawyer ss 5th South bet 1st and 2d East 
Kammeroth Pelentin, taiior, ns 7th South bet 7th and 8th East 
Karrick L C, mining, ss South Temple bet 6th and 7th East 
Katz Michael, carpenter, ss 3d North bet 1st and 3d West 



You can save 10 per cent by buying Clothing at L. Gal dberg's 



W. L. Pickard carries a full line of Trotting <& Racing Goods 



~\ v TOMB STONES, 

m^^m^m^'^m MONUMENTS, 

^X^' *1* F A I JT Y ^^r\ PLASTER CENTER PIECES 
,i\\ <r K -'^ I - I / J i\ -0- 

\ CONVENIENCE, SIMPLICITY/ / 

INTENSE HEAT, }to SMOKE, 
ECONOMY, CLEANLINESS^ ERFECT DRAFT 





STOP CUTTER 

AND 

BUILDERS. 

Marble, Iron and Slate 
Mantels and Grates. 

Office and Salesrooms, 

SOUTH TEMPLE STREET 

Corner West Temple. 
SALT LAKE CITY, 

P.O. Box 493. 




SEOOIsTID SOUTH ST. 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 
Special Attention paid to Custom Work. 

REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. 

Always on hand a large assortment of ready made Boots and Shoes, 
and new goods constantly arriving. 

Having had a large experience in the Boot and Shoe business I feel 
confident that I can satisfy my patrons as to quality and price. 

Give me a call and I will guarantee satisfaction. 

W. J. HOOPER. 



lon't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Goods 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L. Fickard. Salt Lake City. 

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Katz Alma, teamster, ss 3d North bet 1st and 2d Wet 

Katz Sargent, carpenter, ss 3d North bet 1st and 2d West 

Kay Ellen P, widow, es 4th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Kay Mrs E M, widow, ne cor 5th East and 2d South 

Kayes Richard A, hardware, Clift Row, ws West T bet 3d and 4th South 

Keating AVrn, clerk, es 1st West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Keating George, bookkeeper, ss 5th South bet 31 and 41 h West 

Keddington John W, teamster, ns 5th South bet 8th and 9th East 

Keddington Joseph, laborer, ns 5th >outh bet 8th and 9th East 

Keddiiigton E W, widow, es 8th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Keddington Mary A, widow, es 8th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Keel' Cornelius, boards Clift House 

Keeler Clarance, tel operator, es West Temple bet 1st and 3d South 

Keets J P, paperhanger, ns 6th South bet 1st East and East Temple 

Keisler Frederick, sr, millwright, es 3d West bet North and South Tern 

Keisler Jacob, laborer, es 3d West bet North and South Temple 

Keisler Christian, ns South Temple bet 5th and 6th East 

Keissler E A, agricultural implements, ws W T bet 3-1 and 3d South 

Kelly John B, bookbinder, ws 1st West b^t 4th and 5th South 

Kelly John J, mason, ws 1st West bet 4th and 5th South 

Kelliker Catherine, widow, esSth East bet 3d and 3d South 

KELLOGG J K. commercial agt. es 1st East bet North and South Temp 

Kelly Wm B, res ss 5th South bet East and West Temple 

Kelly John, watchman, nw cor 1st South and 3d West 

Kelly A H, (Daniel Dunne & Co.) res es Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Kelly Geo. B. (Kelly Bros.) res cor First West and 3d North 

Kelsey Geo (E B Kelsey & Co) ne cor Maple and High 

KELSEY ELI B, real estate agent, ws East Temple bet3d and 4th South 

Kelsey Lewis S, res ws 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Kelso A W, res ss 5th South bet 1st and 2(1 West 

Kelson J H, clerk, ss 31 South bet 8th and 9th East 

Kelson Wm, shoemaker, se cor 8th East and 2d South 

Kcmmerly Susanah, \\ idow, ws 7th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Kendall Mrs Emma, ss 1st South bet Istand 3d East 

Kendall Owen, boards White House 

Kendall Alfred F, res ss 3d South bet 6th and 7th East 

Kendall H, cook, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Kendall James, carpenter, ss North Temple bet 8th and 7th West 

Kendrick Thomas, painter, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Kenersly J H, carpenter, es Centre bet Pear and Peach 

Kenersly Henry, res ne cor Plum and Centre 

Kenersly Wm, nw oor Currant and Centre 

Kennedy Daniel, painter, ns 3d South bet 1st and2d East 

Kennelly James M, laborer, ns 6th South bet 5th and 6th East 

5 Kenyer Thomas, res ss 3d South bet 3d and 3d East 

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Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, W.L. Fickard, Salt Lake 

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Kerr J W, stockman, ws 1st \Vest bet 3d and 3d South 

Kershaw S F, clerk, ws 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Kershaw Alex, stonecutter, es West Temple bet 7th and 8th South 

Kersly Frederick, contractor, ns 7th South bet 1st West and West T 

Kessler, L, firema n, ws 3d West bet 1st and 3d North 

Ketchum L R, cattledealer. boards Valley llouso 

Keyser Ruth, widow, ws 3d East bet 4th and 5lh South 

Keyser Aaron, (Keyser & Moritz) ns 6th South bet 9th and 10th East 

Kiddle W W, cutter, es Quince bet Plum and Peach 

Kilburn Moroni, laborer, ss 2d North bet Oth and 7th West 

Killgore Jemima, widow, ss Centre bet Currant Apricot 

Kilpack George, res ws East Temple bet 7th and 8th South 

Kilpatrick Benjamin, brakesman, ws 3d West bet 1st and 2d North 

Kimball Christina B, widow, ns 1st North bet East Temple and 1st East 

Kimball Moroni, laborer ss North Temple bet East and West Temple 

Kimball Jeremiah, laborer, ss North Temple bet East and West Temple 

Kimball Preciiida, widow, ws 3d West bet 1st and 3d North 

Kimball Edgar V, dentist, es 13(h East bet fith and 7ih South 

Kimball F D, res nw cor l-5t South and 3d West 

Kimball Mrs M C, ws 3 1 West bet 1st and 31 South 

Kimball John IT, laborer, ss North Temple bet East Temple and 1st E 

Kimball Charles S, commercial agt, ws East Temple bet N T and 1st N 

Kimball H B, res es East Temple bet North Temple and l^t North 

Kimball AH, clerk, es East Temple bet North Temple and 1st North 

Kimball Hyrum. res es East Temple bet North Temple and 1st North 

Kimball Mary, widow, nwcor 1st West and 1st North 

King E J, blacksmith, ne cor 5th South and 4th East 

King C H, builder, ne cor 6th Fast and 3d South 

King Fdward. moulder, sw cor 2d So.ith and 3d West 

King John, reses 1st West bet 1st and 2d North 

Kingdom Elizabeth, widow, ws 4th West bet 3d and 4th North 

Kingdom Joseph W, laborer, ws 4th West bet 3d and 4th North 

Kingdom John, miller, sw cor 4th North and 4th West 

Kinghorn Alexander, engineer, es Cth East bet Gth and 7th South 

Kino H D, waiter, boards NVhite House 

Kingsbnry Joseph C, res se cor 3d East and 2d South 

Kingsbury Pi of J T, ss 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Kinsey Kuth, widow, es Fast Temple bet 7th and 8th South 

Kirby Win J, res ns oth South bet 5th and Oth East 

Kirk W, teamster, ns 1 ;th Fast bet North Temple and 1st North 

Kirk Samuel, laborer, ns 3d South bet 1st and 2d West 

Kirk Arthur H, plasterer, ws 1st West bet 7th and 8th South 

Kirkham Wm, carpenter, ns Cth South bet 1st Fast and East Temple 

Kirkman John, bookkeeper, ns 4th South bet 1? and llth East 

Kirkpati ick Moses, lawyer, ss 4th South bet East and West Temple 



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Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Uppers, W. L. Piclrard, Salt Lake City, Uta&. 






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Kipple Phillip, res ns 1st North bet East Temple and 1st East 
Komish Wm, laborer, ns 4th South bet 1st West and West Temple 
Knapton W T, baker, es Gth West bet 1st South and South Temple 
Knecht Emil, laborer, es 9th East bet Gth and 7th South 
Kneusseii Mrs, widow, ns 3d South, bet 10th and llth East 
Knight Mrs E, ns North Tomple bet 13th and 14th Souh 
Knight John, wagoiimaker, ns 1st South bet 5th and Gth East 
Knight Charles, farmer, es 3d West bet 7th- and 8th South 
Knight R J, shoemaker, sw cor Spruce and High 
Knight Wm, shoemaker, ws Spruce bet Mountain and High 
Knight Joseph, laborer, es 3d West bet 3d and 4th North 
Knight Oswell, farmer, ns 4th South bet 4th and 5th West 
Knowles Charles S, gunsmith, ss 5th South bet 1st East and East T 
Kiiox Wm, carpenter, ss nth South bet 1st and 3d East 
Knuckleby Mrs Cerina, res ws 1st West bet North and South Temple 
Kunkle S, laborer, ws 13th East bet 1st South and South Temple 
Kunkle Frank, mason, ss 3d South bet 7th and 8th East 

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Laddick Ruth, widow, es 2d West bet2d and 3d South 
Laidlaw Mary A, widow, ns 2d North bet llth and 13th East 
Lake Silas r, laborer, se cor 8th West and 2d North 
Laker Edward, gardener, ss 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 
Lamb Mars ilia, widow, ws Vine bet 1st .North and Currant 
Lambert C J, res ws 1st West bet 3d and 4th South 
Lambert George G, res ns 5th South bet 1st West and West Temple 
Lambourne Alfred, artist, ns High bet Elm and Maple 
Lambourne W R, se cor Prospect and Fir 
Lambourne Wm, (L & Son) es Fir bet Wall and Bluff 
Lambourne C A( L & Son) es Fir bet Wall and Bluff 
Lambourne George, tinsmith, swcor 3d West and 5th North 
Lamont Robert, laborer, es Gth West bet 1st South and South Temple 
Lampson A B, blacksmith sw cor North Temple and 1st West 
Lancaster Orson, laborer; ns 3d South bet 5th and Gth East 
Lancaster .Mary, widow, es 5th East bet Gth and 7th South 
Lander Wm, res ss 3d South bet East Temple and West Temple 
Lane P, laboror, bds White House 
Laney Hiram, res ns Gth South bet 8th and 9th East 
Laney Sarah A , widow, ns Gth South bet 8th and 9th East 
Laney G C. gardener, es 8th East bet 5th and 6th South 
L m<? G B, laborer, es Gth East bet 4th and 5th 3outh 
Lmg G. city bakery, ns 1st South bet West Temple and East Temple 
Langton W. agent, es G^h West bet 1st South and South Temple 
L iiigton Isaac, painter, ss 1-it North bet 5th and Gth West 
~ j Langtoii Isaac, painter, ss North Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

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Ladies Saddles in great variety at W. L. rickard's, Salt Lake City, Utah, 

SPENCER & KIM BALL/ 

14O Main Street, Salt Lake City, 





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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 

Post Office Box 1042. 

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J^ | page 82, has been dissolved and the business discon tinned. ' ^ 

L. yoldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W. L. Pickard, Salt Left*. 
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Lannan P II, butcher, ns2d South bet 3d and 4th West 

Lapham Wrn, res ns 1st South bet West Temple and East Temple 

Larish Jacob, laborer, ws 5th East bet 8th and 9th South 

Larson P, res se cor South Temple and 2d East 

Larson John, carpenter, ns 6th South bot 9th and 10th East 

Larson John M, pattern maker, es 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Larson Caroline, widow, ws 6th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Larson P E, carpenter, ws 4th East bet 41 h and 5th South 

Larson John, shoemaker, ws 4th East bet 4ch and 5th South 

Larson N S, agent, ns South Temple bet llth and 12th East 

Larson Junius M, waiter, es 2d West bet 1st and 2d South 

Larson John, cook, es M West bet 1st and 3d South 

Larson John, shoemaker, se cor Chestnut and Wall 

Larson Joseph, carpenter, es3d West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Larson John L, laborer, es 2d West bet 2*1 and 3d North 

Larson Mrs Louisa ne cor Chestnut and High 

Larue James, grocer, sw cor Bluff and Chestnut 

Latham James, laborer, sw cor 4th West and 3d South 

Latham Daniel, laborer, ns 4th South bet 4th and 5th West 

Lathrop P C, mining, ss 1st South bet 1st and 2d East 

Latimer W, laborer, ns 3d South bet 4th and 5th West 

Latimer James, grocer, ss North Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

Latimer James, res ns North Temple bet 4th and 5th West 

Latimer Annie, widow, ns Prospect bet Pine and Chestnut 

Lavin W, res Wasatch Building 

Lawless Nicholas, laborer, ss 4th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Lawrence Julia, widow, ne cor 4th South and East Temple 

Lawrence George, res es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Lawrence Joab, mi ning, ns South Temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Lawrence J W, commission merchant, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d West 

Lawrence Mrs Julia, es 1st West bet South Temple and North Temple 

Lawence D A, carpenter, ne cor 6th South and 3d West 

LawrenceF, res Donaldson House 

Lawrence H W (Kimbali & Lawrence) ss 3d South bet 1st East & E T 

Lawson Spiers, grocer, ns 21 South bet 6Lh and 7th East 

Lawson John, butcher, ns 2d South bet 6th and 7th Fast 

Lawson Archibal I, laborer, ss 3d S >uth bet 2 1 and 31 East 

Lawpon James, blacksmith, ws 21 West bet North Temple and 1st N 

Leach James, farmer, sw cor 7th South and 5th East 

Leavitt John, ns South Temple bet 1st West and West Temple 

Lonvitt Julian, machinist, ns 1st North bet 5th and 6th West 

Le Baron Benjamin, painter, se cor 3d West and 1st South 

Ledell A, carpenter, ns Prospect bet Cherry and Beach 

> i L?e J II, cabinet maker, e.s 21 West bet 5th and 6th South 

s | Lee John, laborer, sw cor 3d North and 21 West 



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Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & ftlorroccos ut Picfetirri's. 

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Leeker David W, butcher, ss 1st South bet nth and 7th East 
Lees James, bookkeeper, ns 3d South bet 5th and 6th East 
Lees John, res nw cor 5th West and 4th North 
Lees Josiah, teamster, ns 4th North bet 5th and 6th West 
Lees John, butcher, ws 5th West bet 3d and 4th North 
Leffler J M, miller, ws 9th East bet 8th and 9th South 
Leggett W, gardener, sslst North bet 8th and 9th East 
Leggett Elizabeth, widow, ss 1st North bet 8th and 9th East 
Leggett W,jr. gardener, ss 1st North bet 8th and 9th East 
Leinbar Emily, widow, es 2d East bet 2d and 3d South 
Leland H, cook, ns3d South bet 10th and llth East 
Lenham Thos, wood turner, ns 1st South bet 7th and 8th East 
Lennan J C, mining, es 1st West bet 1st and 21 South 
Lennell Henry, sr, laborer, ws 4th West bet 5th and 6th 
Lennell Henry, jr, moulder, ws4th We.%t bet 5th and 6th South 
Lenzi M, painter, ns 21 South bet 3d and 4th Fast 
Leonard James, waiter, ws 6th East bet 2d and 3d South 
Leonard Kev Delaren, ss 5th South bet 1st and 21 East 
Leslie Thomas, laborer, ss South Temple bet 1st West and W T 
Leslie Thomas, tanner, es 1st West bet North Temple and 1st North 
Levander Gustave, laborer, es 1st East bet 1st and 21 South 
Lever H S, bookkeeper, es 1st East bet 2i and 3d South 
Leveridge 11 S, laborer, es 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 
Leviberg Jacob, tobacconist, ns South Temple bet 1st and 21 East 
Levy Samuel, tobacconist, ns 3d South bet 1st West and W T 
Lewis Sarah, widow, se cor 3d South and 7th. East 
Lewis Thomas, plasterer, es Poplar Av b3t 6th arid 7th South 
lowis Frederick, machinist, ns 6th South bet 4th and 5th West 
Lewis W, res ns 2:1 South bet 6th and 7th West 
Lewis James S, shoemaker, ns 1st South bet 5th and 6th West 
Lewis Walter J, printer, ns South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 
Lewis S H, lawyer, ns 3d South bet East Temple and 1st East 
Lewis T P, boilermaker, ws 4th West bet 14 and 2d South 
Lewis John S, es Vine bet 1st North and Currant 
Lewis Catharine, widow, es Vine bet 1st North and Currant 
Lewis Harriet, widow, es Pine bet Fruit and Garden 
Lewis George, laborer, es 7th West bet North Temple and 1st North 
Lewis, Hannah, widow, es 7th West bet North Temple and lt North 
Lewis Mrs H A, res ws West Temple bet 21 and 3d South 
Lewis T B, teacher w.s Spruce bet Bluff and Wall 
Liberal Institute, es 2d East bet 1st and 2d South 
Lidridge John, operator, ss 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 
Liebes S, bds Walker Hous? 

Linfield Webster, merchant, es \Vest Temple bet 1st and 23 South 
Lingle J W, roofpaiuter, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th East 

GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City, 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W., L. Picfcard, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

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Lillianstorn Louisa, widow, ss North Temple bet 9th and 10th East 

Lindsay John G, laborer, es 4th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Lindsay John S, actor, ws 1st West bet South Temple and N T 

Lindsay L W, machinist, es 6th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Lindsey Mrs Bethiah, sw cor Fruit and Beach 

Linehardt Godfrey, res se cor Walnut and Prospect 

Linn Carl, music-teacher, ns 1st South bet.lst West and West Temple 

Linnow A P, laborer, es Centre bet Pear and Cane 

Linquist Victor, laborer, es Walnut bet Bluff and Wall 

LINDSLEY DR E, physician, ss 3d South bet West Temple and E T 

Linsley N E, mining, es 3d East bet 1st and 2d South 

Linstron Christine, widow, se cor 5th Sonth and 5th East 

Lipman Morris, clothier, ns 5th South bet East Temple and W T 

Lippman Joseph, mangr Chronicle, 99 East Temple 

Lippman G, commercial agent, res ss 3d South bet 1st and 3d East 

Little Edward, merchant, es 7th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Little Feramorz, res sw cor 1st South and 2d East 

Littie James, res sw cor 1st South and 3d East 

Little George, ss 6th South bet 1st and 3d East 

Little Mrs Emma H, res ss 3d South bet 1st and 3d West 

Little Thomas K, laborer, ss 3d South bet 1st and 3d West 

Littleford Seth, laborer, se cor South Temple and 7th West 

Littlewood Joseph, carpenter, es 5th West bet 1st and 3d North 

Littley George, laborer, ws 3d West bet 6th and 7th South 

Livingston Wm, laborer, ns 3d South bet 9th and 10th East 

Livingston Elizabeth, widow, se cor 8th East and 4th South 

Livingston Charles, es 7th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Livingston Thomas, laborer, ns Fruit bet Maple and Elm 

Livingston J C, res ne cor Fruit and Elm 

Livingston J C, jr. blacksmith, ne cor Fruit and Elm 

Livingston Mrs Annie, res ne cor Fruit and Elm 

Livingstone Morris, v e s es West Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

Livingstone N E, mining, es East Temple bet 7th and 8th South 

Ljormau Annet, widow, ss South Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Llwellyn H E, jaborer, sw cor 7th West and 3d North 

Lloyd F A, shoemaker, ns 1st South bet llth and 12th East 

Lloyd Thos, laborer, es llth East bet North Temple and 1st North 

Lloyd John P, res ws 9th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Lloyd John, shoemaker, ss South Temple bet 3d and 3d East 

Lloyd W T, painter, ns 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Lloyd W J, shoemaker, ns 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Lloyd John H, painter, ne cor 5th West and 1st South 

Lloyd W, laborer, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Locke J M, boards Walker House 

Loder E W, clerk, ss 4th South bet 4th and 5th East 

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California Lasso Saddles, W. L. Piokard, Salt Lake City. 



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Loder, ED, clerk, boards Valley House 

L ollin John, res ns 4th South bet 1st and 2d West 

Lomax J D, lawyer, ss 6th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Long John, laborer, es 6th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Long Elizabeth S, widow, es 2d East bet 1st and 2d South 

Long Sophia, widow, es 2d East bet 1st and 2d South 

Long Wm, porter White House 

Londberg John C, carpenter ws 2d West bet 5th and 6th North 

Longmore Wm, tailor, ns South Temple bet 10th and llth East 

Lonnen Wm, nightwatchman, es 3d West bet North Temple and 1st N 

Loomis L V, mining, ss Currant bet Centre and Apricot 

Loslee Chas, ss 6th South bet 10th and llth East 

Love Henry* blacksmith, ns 4th South bet 4th and 5th West 

Love John, teamster, ss 4th South bet 4th and 5th West 

Love David, laborer, se cor 5th West and 4th South 

Love David, jr, fireman, es 4th West bet 5th and 6th South 

Lovendale Theodore, printer, es 7th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Lovendale NeUie, widow, ws 6th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Loveridge Ledro, carpenter, ws 12th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Lovesy John, teamster, ss 3d South bet 7th and 8th East 

Lovesy Edmund, carpenter, es 6th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Lovett Mrs E S, res es 9th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Lovett Wm, res ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th East 

Low George A, wagondealer, se cor 1st South and 3d East 

Lowe Arthur J, clerk, ns 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Lowe James A, land agent, ns 3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Lowe John, laborer, ns 5th North bet 1st and 2d West 

LOWELL JOHN W, manufacturer, ns 3d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Lowrey T A, carpenter, ss 4th South bet 2d and 3d West 

Lowrey Robert, carpenter, ss 3d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Lucas J L, grocer, es 2d East bet 6th and 7th South 

Lucas J, butcher, nw cor Garden and Ash 

Lucas George, laborer, ns 2d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Luce Cheney, wheelwright, ns North Temple bet 7th and 8th West 

Lucy C A, barber, ne cor 1st West and 2d South 

Luff Harry, carpenter, ne cor Fir and Bluff 

Luff George T, carpenter, sw cor Wall and Oak 

Lufkin George W, farmer, nw cor 2d South and 4th West 

Luman A, cattledealer, boards Valley House 

Lundborg Annie, widow, es 1st East bet 1st and 2d South 

Lundgren Peter, teacher, sw cor 7th East and 1st South 

Lundgren John, res es 1st West bet 3d and 4th North 

Lundgren L, laborer, es 1st West bet 3d and 4th North 

Lunn H C, machinist, es 4th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Lunn John, laborer, ws 12th East bet 4th and 5th South 



L. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. PicJcard, Salt Lake. 

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Lunquist U S, carpenter, es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Lutz Frederick, res nw cor 5th West and 1st North 

Lyman C W (Utah Forwarding Co) ss 1st South bet 2d and 3d East 

Lynch W, gunsmith, es 2d East bet 6th and 7th South 

LYNCH J T, postmaster, ss 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Lynch Elizabeth R, widow, es 1st East bet 3d and 4th South 

Lynch Wm, stonecutter, ss 7th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Lynch W F, porter Walker House 

LYNCH & COTTRELL, wagon & carriage dealers, 1st East bet 1st & 2d S 

Lyne Walter, broker, es 6th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Lyngberg Frederick, laborer, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th East 

Lynn S J, res ws 4th East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Lyon Mathew T, laborer, es 10th East bet 6th and 7th South . 

Lyon T A, res 1st South bet 4th and 5th East 

Lyon J D, plasterer, ws 5th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Lyon Mary Ann, widow, es Oak bet Fruit and Garden 

Lyon John, tinsmith, ws Spruce bet Bluff and Garden 

Lyon John, res nw cor Garden arid Oak 

Lyon David, printer, nw cor Garden and Oak 

Lyon Wm, stonecutter, nw cor Garden and Oak 

Lyon Albert, farmer, ns 1st North bet 3d and 4th West 

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Mackenzie David, clerk, nw cor 6th South and West Temple 

Mackintosh D J, agent, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d East 

Mackintosh W W, clerk, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d East 

Mackintosh T J, auditor Utah Central, ws Walnut bet Bluff & Garden 

Mackey S T, mining engineer, Clift Row ws West Temple bet 2d& 4th S 

Mackley Sarah, widow, ns South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Madison George, painter, 2d North bet llth and 12th East 

Madison P C, laborer, sw cor 6th South and 6th East 

Madson P W, furniture dealer, ns 3d South bet West Temple and E T 

Madsen J ouisa, widow, ns 1st South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Mad sen N P, clerk, ws 4th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Madsen P, laborer, ss 1st South bet West Temple and East Temple 

Mahoney Miss Abbie, ne cor West Temple and 4th South 

Maiben Henry, druggist, ws Canyon Road 

Mair Mary, widow, se cor 4th East and 5th South 

Makin W, teamster, ws West Temple bet 6th and 7th South 

Mallen F, es 4th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Mallen James E, policeman, ne cor 6th South and 8th East 

Mallen Samuel, builder, es 4th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Maltese Salvator, merchant, ss 3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Manchli Linette, laborer, ns 3d South bet 9th and 10th East 



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Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Fickard's. 



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Manderson Louisa, widow, es 2d East bet 5th and 6th South 

Manning Thos, carpenter, es 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Manning Harry, laborer, ss Prospect bet Spruce and Fir. 

MANNING JOHN, trunk manufacturer, ss 3d South bet E T and 1st E 

Mantripp James, laborer, es 9th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Man waring George, agent, ss 3d North bet 5th and 6th West 

Marcroft Hiram laborer, ws 1st West bet 7th and 8th South 

Marcroft Robert, laborer, ns 8th South bet 3d and 3d West 

Marcroft John, res ns 8th South bet 2d and 3d West 

MARGETTS P, liquordealer, ws 1st West bet South Temple and N T 

Margetts Phillip, jr, clerk, es 3d West bet 5th and 6th North 

Margetts R B, brewer, ns 3d North bet 3d and 3d West 

Margetts R M, brewer, ns 3d North bet 3d and 3d West 

MARRIER BROS, Palace Bath House, 105 and 107 Commercial 

Marrier Lewis (M Bros) es Commercial bet 1st and 3d South 

Marrier Clement, (M Bros) Commercial bet 1st and 2d South 

Mark J R, shoemaker, ws 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Mark Minnie, widow, ns 4th North bet 1st and 3d West 

Marks S R, res ss 3d South bet 1st and 3d West 

Marks A, general merchandise, ns 1st South bet West Temple and E T 

Marsden C T, drayman, ss 7th South bet 3d and 3d West 

Marsden James, drayman, ns 7th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Marsden Ellen, widow, es 7th West bet 1st and 3d North 

Marshall Dr S, res ns 6th South bet 3d and 3d East 

Marshall Thomas, (Marshall & Royle) ws 4th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Marshall J A, (Hall & M) res ws 1st East bet South Temple and 1st S 

Martin Andrew F, res sw cor Mountain and Elm 

Martin Lewis, mining, se cor Chestnut and Bluff 

Martin Thomas, tinner, ss 4th South bet 4th and 5th East 

Martin W S, (Palmer & M) sw cor Frankiin Ave and 3d South 

Martin John, boards R R Exchange 

Martin Abraham, clerk, es 3d East bet 3d and 4th South 

Martin Anthony, tinsmith, es 2d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Marthing W E, boards Clift House 

Marthini Chas, upholstere-, ws Com bet 1st and 3d South 

Maroden James, drayman, es 3d West bet 8th and 9th South 

Marvin John, tinner, es 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Mason George, tanner, ns 2d North bet 1st West and Quince 

Masonic Hall, 143, East Temple 

Masonic Library, 143, East Temple 

Masters Joseph, laborer, ws 4th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Masters Elizabeth, widow, ss 7th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Matheney W D, mining, ss 3d South bet 5th and 6th East 

Mattison L B, agricultural implements, es 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Mather Miss Helen, dressmaker, ss 2d South bet East T and West T 



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Mather J S, mining, boards Valley House 

Mather John O, carpenter, es 3d West bet 3d and 4th South 

Matheson John, blacksmith, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W T 

Mathison Hannah C, widow, ss 2d South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Mathews Elias G, pub. Commercial, ws W T, bet 3d and 4th South 

Mathews Richard, printer, ns North Temple, bet WT and 1st West 

Mathews Thomas, teamster, ss 1st North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Mathews Mrs Ruth, ws 3d West, bet 2d and 3d North 

Mathews Joseph, mason, ws 4th West, bet 3d and 3d North 

Mathews John, carriage painter, nw cor Cherry and Bluff 

Maxfield James, laborer, ns 7th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Maxwell James, brickmaker, ns 3d North, bet 13th and 13th East 

Maxwell Wm, clerk, ws Locust, bet Fruit and Garden 

Maxwell J L, nurseryman, ns 5th South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Maxwell George R. lawyer, sw cor 3d East and 2d South 

May F J, butcher, ns Fruit, bet Spruce and Pine 

May John, res ws Spruce, bet Fruit and Garden 

May Frank (May & Gemmil) es Chestnut, bet Bluff and Garden 

Mayberry A, boards Clift House 

Maycock Thomas, farmer , ws 3d East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Maynes Joseph, clerk, sw cor Ash and Bluff 

Maynes J, widow, sw cor Ash and Bluff 

Maynes John, clerk, ns Garden, bet Locust and "Ash 

Meadows Charles, gardener, es 5th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Meadows Isaac, teamster, ns North Temple, bet 6th and 7th West 

Meads Arthur, laborer, ss 6th South, bet 10th and llth East 

Meads Nathan, laborer, es 8th East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Meakin J P, agent, se cor 1st East and 6th South 

Medhurst Frank, agt French mining co. se cor S T and 5th East 

MEEARS GEO A, liquors, res ss 2d South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Meeks John, res nw cor 4th East and 3d South 

Mellon John, mason, ns 1st North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Mellon Joseph H, teamster, ne cor 5th West and 1st North 

Melquist Edwin, locksmith, ns 5th South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Mercantile Agency, R G Dunn A Co, Room 5, Deseret Bank building 

Meredith C B, teamster, es 4th East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Meredith O R, (Meredith Gallacher & Jones) res 3d W, bet N T & 1st N 

MERUILL M, saloon, res ns North Temple, bet West Temple and 1st W 

Merrill Margaret, widow, es 1st West, bet 1st and 2d North 

Merrill Fannie M, widow, es 1st West, bet 1st and 3d North 

Merwin A B, agent, ss 3d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Meserlu Jacob, ns 6th South, bet 10th and llth East 

Metcalf Mathew, laborer, ns 6th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Methodist Episcopal Church, ns 3d South, bet 1st East and B T 

Michael Henry, laborer, ss 2d North, bet 8th and 9th West 



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Michaelson James M. carpenter, ss 3d South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Michalson Rasmus, res ss 7th South, bet 3d and 4th East 

MICHAELIS EDWARD, Notary Public, Surveyor General's Office 

Microft Joseph, laborer, ss 8th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Middlemus Jane, widow, se cor 5th South and 3d West 

Midgley J G, (Midgley & Son) res es 5th East, bet 3d,and 4th South 

Midgley Joshua, (Midgley & Son) es 5th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Mikesell H W, stone mason, ns South Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Mikesell A By-school teacher, ns South Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Mikesell H A jr, laborer, ns South Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Mikesell A W, carpenter, ns South Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Milbert Melvin, res es 2d East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Miles O P, clerk, ss 3d South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Millard Wm, shoemaker, ne cor Chestnut and Garden 

Millard H W. commission agent, ws West Temple, bet 3d and 2d South 

Millard Mariah, widow, es 3d East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Millard Charles, laborer, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Miller Robert P, blacksmith, ns 6th South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Miller J H, news dealer, ns 1st North, bet 9th and., 10th East 

Miller Ebenezer, carpenter, ns 3d South, bet 10th and llth East 

Miller Mrs Elizabeth, widow, ns 3d South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Miller A P, expressman, ns6th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Miller Augusta, widow, ss North Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Miller J C, sadler, es 5th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Miller John, laborer, ne cor 6th South and 3d West 

Miller W C, mining, ss North Temple, bet 1st and 3d West 

Miller Wm, 80 First South Street 

Miller John F, (Davis, Howe & Co.) ws 1st West, bet 1st and 2d North 

Miller L B S, clerk, ws West Temple, bet 2d and 3d South 

Miller Eliza, widow, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Miller Rev G D B, ws 4th East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Miller H M, agent, boards Continental 

Miller August, (Miller Bros) ns 1st South, bet East and West Temple 

Miller Alfred, (Miller BrosjTis 1st South, bet East Temple and W T 

Miller T, mining, ns 1st North, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Miller Frederick, laborer, ns 1st North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Miller Robert, baker, ne corner Mountain and Ash 

Miller John, gardener, ns Prospect, bet Elm and Oak 

Millett Mrs A E, widow, es 5th East, bet 1st and 3d South 

Milligan Joseph, laborer, ws Vine, bet 1st North and Currant 

^ ! Millman Mrs Mary, res ss 4th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

MILLS WM. GILL, Attorney-at-Law, ws 1st West, bet 4th ond 5th South 

c/) i Mills Wm, mason, ss 3d South, bet 9th and 10th East 

> Milner L J, laborer, ns 1st South, bet 6th and 7th West 

; I Milner Francis, blacksmith, ns 1st South, bet 6th and 7th West 

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Miner Willis, lawyer, ns 3d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Minkler Mary R, widow, iis South Temple, bet 4th and 5th West 

Mitchell Susan, widow, ns North Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

Mitchell A, stone cutter, ns North Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

Mitchell Mrs Catherine, ns North Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

Mitchell Brigham, laborer, ns North Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

Mitchell Frederick, blacksmith, ws 7th West, bet N T and 1st North 

Mitchell Zadick C, stone cutter, sw cor 7th West and 3d North 

Mitchell F A, sec Home Coal Co. ws llth East, bet 1st and 3d South 

Mitchell Mrs Sarah, widow, ss 1st South, bet 10th and llth East 

Mitchell Elizabeth B, widow, ss 7th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Mitchell Brigham H, blacksmith, ss 7th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Mitchell Ezekiah, tinner ss 7th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Moody Margaret, widow, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Moore Thomas, hackman, sw cor 1st South and 4th West 

Moore J W, res es 3d West, bet North Temple and South Temple 

Moore Geo W, harness maker, ws East Temple, bet N T and 1st North 

Moore Wm, shoemaker, ss North Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Moore Lewis, res ss Oth South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Moore John, brick maker, ss 4th North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Moore C H, mining, ws 4th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Moore C, residence, ss 1st South, bet West Temple arid East Temple 

Moore P J, laborer, ws 2d East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Moran Emma, widow, ss Prospect, bet Beach and Cherry 

Morf Annie, widow, ns Wall, bet Locust and Maple 

Morgan J M, res es 1st West, bet 1st and 3d South 

Morgan Thomas, laborer, ws 5th West, bet 1st and 2d South 

Morgan Mary, widow, ns 3d South, bet 6th and 7th West 

Morgan J R, clerk, ss 3d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Morgan F W, manufacturer, ss 3d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Morgan Robt J, laborer, ns 2d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Morgan John, nw cor Prospect and Beach 

Morgan Evan, laborer, nw cor Prospect and Beach 

Morgan D J, plasterer, ns 3d North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Morganson James, shoemaker, es 4th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Moriarty John, telegraph operator, boards White House 

Moritz M, expressman, ss 3d South, bet West Temple and East Temple 

Morley Harley, teamster, ne cor 5th West and 3d North 

Morris Ann, widow, es 9th East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Morris Mrs L, widow, ss 4th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Morris Thomas, res ns 3d South, bet Oth and 10th East 

Morris Mrs C, widow, ss 3d South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Morris Robt, gardener, es 10th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Morris David, laborer, ws llth East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Morris Elizabeth, widow, ns 4th South, bet 6th and 7th East 

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Morris Isador, res ns 2d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Morris Elias, mason, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 3d South 

Morris Hugh C, plasterer, ws 5th West, bet South Temple and N T 

Morris K P, cashier U C, nw cor 7th West and 1st North 

Morris Thomas, stone cutter, se cor 7th West and 1st North 

Morris Mrs H C, es Quince, bet Plum and Currant 

Morris Edward, clerk, es 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Morris Joseph, (Morris Bros.) ss 2d South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Morris George, mason, se cor 1st West and 3d North 

Morris George, laborer, ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Morris Lavinia, widow, se cor North Temple and 8th West 

Morris Mrs Sophia, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Morris T C, painter, ss 1st South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Morris Nancy, widow, ss 1st South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Morrisey M, laborer, ws 4th West bet 4th and 5th South 

Morrison Charles, res ss 7th South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Morrow Wm, painter, se cor Plum and Quince 

Morse W C, painter, ss 3d South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Morse Chas, laborer, ws 10th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Mortison L C, engineer, ns 3d South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Mortison John P, plasterer, ns 5th South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Mortinson Martin, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Mosier George, butcher, ss 1st South, bet 5th and 6th West 

Morton C, laborer, es 1st West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Morton E B, res Wasatch Building 

Morton T F H, farmer, se cor 7th South and 3d East 

Morton W B, laborer, ss 4th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Moss Joseph, sadler, ns 4th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Moss W J, harness maker, es 9th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Moss Thomas, harness maker, es 10th East, bet South Temple and N T 

Moulton Mrs Annie, res 1st East, bet 6th and 7th South \ j. 

Mountford John, boiler maker, ss 3d South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Moyle James, stone cutter, ne cor 1st South and 5th West 

Moyle Mrs Elizabeth, ws 5th West, bet 1st and 3d South i *^ 

Muir John, res ns 5th South, bet 4th and 5th East 



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Muir Thomas, laborer, ne corner Garden and Maple -- 

Mulhall Robert, nw corner South Temple and Ash 

Mulhall Wm, bookkeeper, ns 2d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Mulhall Charles, cabinet maker, ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Mulheim Henry, res ns 6ih South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Mulholland David, carpenter, ne cor 7th East and 1st South 

Mulholland Anna, widow, ne corner Beach and Wall 

Mulkay Wm, laborer, es 7th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Mulloy T F, (Paul & Mulloy) ws 1st East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Mumford E T, carpenter, nw cor Bluff and Pine 



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Munson H, musician, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Murisoii Frederick I, agent, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Murdock D L, clt-rk, es 3d East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Murphy Dr J J, res sw cor Oak jrid Mountain 

Murphy J D. laborer, es 8th East, bet 1st South and South Tempie 

Murphy Edmund H, (Auer & Murphy) ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Murphy Brigham, laborer, es 1st West, bet 7th and 8th South 

Murphy Elizabeth, widow, ns 8th South 

Murray Eli H, Governor, ws West Temple, bet 4th and 5th South 

Murray M K, head waiter, Walker House 



Murrell Dr J A, ns South Temple, bet 1st and 3d West 

MUSEUM, John Tadnnm, manager, ss South Temple, bet ET and W T 

Musser A M, clerk, ns 7th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Musser A M, res ss 5th South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Mounteer James, res ss 1st North, bet llth and 13th East 

Muzzell John, laborer, ns 5th South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Myer T A, salesman, ns 2d South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Myer Christian, tailor, ne corner High and Pine 

Myers Charles, laborer, es 1st East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Myers Mrs Ann, res se cor 4th South and 4th East 



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McAllister Alvira M. widow, ns South Temple, bet 6th and 7th West gj$ 

McAllister John, civil engineer, ns 5th South, bet 3d and 3d East ; ^ 

McAllister Ellen H, res se cor 3d East and 6th South 

McAllister D M, bookkeeper, ns Centre, bet Currant and Apricot 

McArthur Heman, mason, ss 2d South, bet 3d and 3d East | g 

McBride John, lawyer, es 1st West, bet 2d and 3d South 

McCallister M H, ticket agent U C, ns North Temple, bet 4th & 5th West 

McCardell Henry, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

McCarl James, res es 5th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

McClary Win, shoemaker, ns High, bet Spruce and Pine C 

McClellaii Mrs Ellen, ss 4th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

McClellan Edward, res ss 7th South, bet 2d and 3d East 

McComber w'c, res ss 1st South, bet 2d and od West 

McComsey Smith, sw cor 4th West and North Temple 

McConnell John, mining, ss 3d South, bet 1st and 3d West 

McConnell George, res ss 6th South, bet 3d and 3d East 

McConnell F R, agent U P R R, ss 1st South, bet 5th and 6th East 

McConnell G, machinist, ns 1st South, bet 2d and 3d West 

McConiiolly H B, res Wasatch building 

McCord James, laborer, es 9th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

McCorkindale Hugh, mining, es Pine, bet Bluff' and Wall | f 

McCornick W S, banker, ws 1st East, bet 3d and 3d South ' . 

McCoy Hezekiah, res ss 6th South, bet East Temple and 1st East ; ft 

McCray Alexander, tailor, ns 3d South, bet 6th and 7th East ; ^ 

McCray John, blacksmith, ws West Temple, bet N T and 1st North Z 

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McCrea W, res ns 3d South, bet 2d and 3d East 

McCullough John, laborer, nw cor Fruit and Maple 

McCurdy W N, laborer, ns 4th South, bet East and West Temple 

McCurdy Solomon, lawyer, ws 4th East, bet '3d and 4th South 

McDonald H, plasterer, ns South Temple, bet 7th and 8th West 

McEvers Wm B, carpenter, nw cor Pine and Garden 

McEwan Thomas'laborer. ws 3d West, bet 4th and 5th South 

McEwan Henry, printer, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

McEwan R C, printer, ns 6th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

McEwan H H, clerk, ns Bluff, bet Chestnut and Walnut 

McEwan R, printer, ss 1st South, bet West Temple and East Temple 

McFarland Andrew, tailor, sw corner Garden and Locust 

McGowan Elizabeth, widow, ns 1st North, bet 10th and llth East 

McGraw C, es Franklin Ave, bet 3d and 3d South 

McGregor' Wm, stone cutter, se cor 8th South and 4th East 

McGregor Mack, laborer, se cor 8th West and 1st North 

McGregor J, mining, boards Continental 

McGuffie Fames, res ns 3d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Mclntire Violet S. widow, es West Temple, bet 1st and 2d South 

Mclntosh R, mining, es West Temple, bet 3d and 4th South 

Mclntyre Thomas, clerk, sw corner Fruit and Locust 

Mcllhenny Dr S S, ss 3d South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

McKay Samuel, aviarist, ns 3d South, bet 10th and llth East 

McKay Robert, weaver, ns 2d South, bet 10th and llth East 

McKay Wm, lawyer, ns 3d South, bet 5th and 6th East 

McKean Henry, tailor, ns 3d South, bet 1st and 2d East 

McKeaii Mrs Elizabeth, ws 4th West, bet 1st and 2d North 

McKean Theodore, sheriff, sw corner 4th West and 1st North 

McKee Frank E, ss 3d South, bet 1st and 3d East 

McKendrick David, shoemaker, es 1st East, bet 5th and 6th South 

McKimmins Mark, liveryman, ns 3d South, bet East and West Temple 

McKissney Hugh, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 

McKnight James, lawyer, ns 3d South, bet 9th and 10th East 

McLaughlin r m, carpenter, ws West Temple, bet 4th and 5th South 

McLaughlin E, mining, ss North Temple, bet 3d and 3d West 

McLean G A. engineer, es 9th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

McLean Ann, widow, ws 5th East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

McMahon P J, laborer, ws 13th East, bet North Temple and 1st North 

McMaster Wm A, jr. street car driver, ws 9th East, bet S T and 1st South 

McMaster W A, grocer, ws 9th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

McMaster H, Register Land Office, ss 1st South, bet 5th and Oth East 

McMicken James, cattle dealer, boards Valley House 

McMillan H G, clerk 3d District Court, ws 3d East, bet S T & 1st South 

McMillan Rev D J, ns South Temple, bet 6th and 7th East 

McMillan J D. boards Clift House 

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McMurrin Jason sr, res nw cor 6th South and 1st East 

McMurrin Mrs Janet E, ns 6th South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

McMurrin Joseph, res ss 6th South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

McNeice Rev U G. res ns 3d South, bet 2d and 3d Fast 

McTierney James, ws West Temple, bet 1st and 2d South 

McVeigh Frank, res ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2d East 

McVicker John, assay er, ws 3d East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

McQueen Wm, res es 4th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

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Napper John, bookkeeper, ns Wall, bet Fir and Spruce 
Nash John, tailor, ss North Temple, bet 2d and 3d West 
NATHAN S J, clothier, boards White House 
Naylor Charles, bricklayer, ws 6th East, bet 3d and 3d South 
Nay lor George, blacksmith, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 
Naylor Alice, widow, ws 3d East, bet 1st and 2d South 
Naylor W, wagon maker, nw corner 3d South and 3d .East 
Naylor George, hackman, ws 3d East, bet 1st and 2d South 
Nebeker George, farmer, se cor 3d North and 4th West 
Nebeker Marian L, res es 4th West, bet 2d and 3d North 
Nebeker John, farmer, ns 2d North, bet 3d and 4th West 
Nebeker John L, laborer, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th North 
Neder Phillip, res nw cor 3d East and 7th South 
Needham E, es 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 
Needham Arthur A, ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2d East 
Needham John, grocer, es 1st East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Neodham Mrs E, ws 1st West, bet 5th and 6th South 
Needham Mary A, widow, ns 4th North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Needham Jarnes, clerk, ws West Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 
Needham Thomas, res ws West Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 
Needham Geo J, clerk U P R R, ns 6th South, bet W T and 1st West 
Needham James, clerk, es West Temple, bet 3d and 4th South 
Needham Wm A, es West Temple, bet 3d and 4th South 
Needham Alice, widow, es West Temple, bet 3d and 4th South 
Neil George, laborer, ss 2d South, bet 1st and 3d East 
Neil Win C, manufacturer, es Centre, bet Pear and Cane 
Neil Cyrus, laborer, ws 2d West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Neil Mary M, widow, ss 1st North, bet 1st West and West Temple 
Neilson Annie J, widow, ws West Temple, bet 1st and 3d North 
Neilson John R, shoemaker, ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Neilson John, laborer, ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Neilson Johanna, widow, ws 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 
Neilson F C, plumber, ws 5th East, bet 8th and 9th South 
Neilson H P, laborer, ws Vine, bet 1st North and Currant 
Neilson P A, laborer, ws Vine, bet 1st North and Currant 

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Neldon W H, res ws 1st East, bet 2d and 3d South 
Nelen R F, clerk, ns Bluff', bet Spruce and Pine 
Nelson L J, grocer, ss 5th South, bet 3d and 4th East 
Nelson Wm, editor, ss3d South, bet East Temple and West Temple 
Nellis R H, carpenter, ss South Temple, bet 3d and 3d East 
Nesbitt H W, clerk, ns Garden, bet Chestnut and Pine 
Nesbitt Wm H, res ne corner Bluff and Oak 
Nesbitt H W, clerk, es 4th East, bet 5th and 6th South 
Neslen Wm F, clerk, ns Garden, bet Pine and Spruce 
Neslen Samuel, carpenter, ws Pine, bet Bluff and Garden 
Nesmith Andrew, moulder, ws 4th West, bet North Temple & 1st North 
Ness John , shoemaker, ss 4th South, bet 9th and 10th East 
NEVADA RESTAURANT, S Brisacher & Co. prop's, es E T bet 2 & 3 S 
Nevy Samuel, upholsterer, nw cor Bluff and Beach 
Nevy S P, clerk, sw corner Bluff and Locust 

Newall James, baggage master, ss 5th South, bet 4th and 5th East 
Newbold Joseph, laborer, ns 3d North, bet 9th and 10th East 
Newland George, nw corner West Temple and 4th South 
NEWMAN & REED, 76 Saloon, 72 1st South Street 

Newman Elizabeth, widow, ss 5th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 
Newman Stephen J, carpenter, es 5th West, bet South Temple & N T 
Newman Mary A, widow, ns North Temple, bet 6th and-7th West 
Newman W J, clerk, ns North Temple, bet 6th and 7th West 
Newman Stephen A, (Newman & Reed) ss 1st South, bet 1st East A E T 
Newson W G, pressman, ss 2d South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Newson W D, painter, nw cor 9th East and 3d South 
Newson Charles, res 3d North, bet llth and 13th East 
Newton James, gardener, ws 7th East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Newton H R, teamster, ws 7th East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Newton Dr S E, ns 3d South, bet 1st and 3d East 
Newton John, carpenter, es 2d West, bet 3d and 4th North 
Newton Samuel, mason, nw cor 5th North and 1st West 
Neyer James, cutter, es 2d East, bet 3d and 3d South 
Nichols Henry, builder, ns 1st South, bet 2d and 3d West 
Nicholson D F, bookkeeper, ss 2d South, bet 3d and 3d East 
Nicholson John jr, res ss Prospect, bet Walnut and Chestnut 
Nicholson John sr, res ss Prospect, bet Walnut and Chestnut 
Nicholls J R, mining, se cor North Temple and 3d West 
Nicholls John, cook, ss 4th South, bet 5th and 6th East 
Nicholls Joseph, shoemaker, es 5th Kast, bet 5th and 6th South 
Nichrist August, shoemaker, es 6th East, bet 6th and 7th South 
Niece E R, bookkeeper, es 3d East, bet 1st and 3d South 
Nighbower A, res es 3d East, bet 3d and 3d South 
Nineteenth Ward School, sw cor 2d West and 4th North 
S j Ninth Ward School, sw cor 4th South and 5th East 
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Nixon Joseph, res ns 1st South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Nixon Mrs Mary, nw corner 4th East and 3d South 

Nixon Thomas H, laborer, se corner Beach and Wall 

Noble J K, tailor, ws 1st West, bet South Temple and North Tempi*- 

Noble Charles, res ss 21 North, bet Vine and Centre 

Noble Johu, shoemaker, se corner Mountain and Maple 

Nolden George, res ss 3d South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Norman Henry, gardener, se cor South Temple and 4th West 

Norris E J, cook, ws 1st East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Nostom O E, shoemaker, es Commercial, bet 1st East and 2d South 

Nott Thomas H, clerk, ns Prospect, bet Fir and Spruce 

Nowell Simon, carpenter, nw corner 4th North and 4th West 

Nowell Wm, carpenter, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Nowell Wm, builder, ws 5th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Nowell Nancy, widow, ns 2d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Noyce Wm, plasterer, ss Mountain, bet Maple and Elm 

Nunn C W, veterinary surgeon, ss 1st South, bet East and West Temple 

Nutt James, plasterer ss 4th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Nuttall John, clerk, nw corner 1st West and South Temple 

Nyberg John, carpenter, nw corner Mountain and Spruce 

Nyberry G, carpenter, ne corner Currant and Centre 

Nystrom P T, res se cor South Temple and 3d East 

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Oakasori Hans, plasterer, ss 1st South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Oakdon Orilla, widow, se cor 1st East and 5th South 

Oakes George, clerk, ns 6th South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Oaks Mrs H N, res ns 6th South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Oakley Elizabeth, widow, ss 3d South, bet 1st West and West Teinplo 

Oatman B F, laborer, es 3d West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Obee Sarah, widow, 14th East, bet 5th and 6th North 

Oblad John, blacksmith^ ws 4th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Oglesby George, pressman, es 8th East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Ohley Henry, res Wasatch building 

Oliver Peter, res ns 1st North, bet 6th and 7th West 

Oliver Nellie, widow, ns 1st North, bet 6th and 7th West 

Oliver Alfred, tailor, es Ash, bet High and Mountain 

Olson Peter, gunsmith, ss 7th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Olsen Mangus, musician, ws 9th East, bet North Temple and 1st North | ^ 

Olsen August, tailor, ns 3d South, bet l')th and llth East i i_| 

Olsen Johanna, widow, w;s 9th East, bet North Temple and 1st North | p 

Olsen N, carpenter, es 4th East, bet 1st and 2d South j p^ 

Olsen James P, printer, es 4th East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Olsen Charles, baker, es 4th East, bet 1st and 2d South O 

Olen O C, laborer, es 4th East, bet 1st and 3d South 

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Olsen H, tailor, es 4th East, bet 1st and 2d South 
Olsen Peter, clerk, ss 1st North, bet 6th and 7th West 
Olsen T N, clerk, ne corner Currant and Centre 
Olsen Mary, widow, es Centre, bet Currant and Apricot 
Olsen Shure, cabinet maker, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 4th West 
Olsen John, machinist, ss 1st South, bet 2J and 3d v\ est 
Olsen Jens, laborer, es 1st West, bet South Tempi e and North Temple 
Olsen Hans, laborer, es 2d West, bet 7th and 8th South 
Olsen John, photographer, ws Franklin Ave, bet 2d and 3d South 
Olsen C M, tobacconist, ns 2d South, bet 1st and 2d East 
Olsen John, laborer, ws 3d East, ber 3d and 4th South 
Olsen Paul, carpenter, ns 7th South, bet 5th and 6th East 
Olsen Swen, brakeman, ns 1st North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Olsen John F, wood turner, se cor High and Pine 
Openshaw George jr, mason, ws Canyon Road 

Open shaw James, laborer, ws 5th West, bet North and South Temple 
Openshaw Job, teamster, ss 1st North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Openshaw, Joseph, teamster, ss 1st North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Ordidge Wm, laborer, es 5th West, bet 2d and 3d North 
Ordner L, (Ordner & Patterson) ne cor Commercial and 2d South 
Orme Amy, widow, w^ 3d West, bet 3i and 4th North 
Osborn Lewis D, laborer, ss 2J North, bet 3d and 4th West 
Osborne Edward, nw cor Summit and Elm 
Osborne M B, ns 2d South, bet 2d and 3d East 
Ostler O K, teamster, us 4th North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Oswell John, moulder, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Oswell James R, tailor, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Ottinger G M, supt water works, nw cor Fir and Bluff 
Oviatt Lewis, res ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 
Owen Henry, laborer, ss 5th North, bet 1st and 2d West 
Owen W G, carpenter, es 2d West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Owen W D, sr, laborer, es Oak, bet High and Prospect 
Owen Win D, clerk, ss Bluff, bet Ash and Beacji 
Ower ^ T, cattle dealer, boards Valley House 
Ower Alvin C, laborer, se cor Maple and Bluff 
O'Lee Wm, clerk, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 4th North 
2 ' O' Lee Alfred, farmer, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 4th North 
J i O'Lee James A, res ws 3d West, bet 3d and 4th North 
j O'Reilly Thomas, clothier, ws East Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

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Pack John, res sw corner West Temple and 1st North 
Packard J Q, mining, boards Walker House 
Paddock A S, commissioner, boards Continental 
Paddock, A G, mining, sw cor 6th South and West Temple 



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Page John jr, laborer, ss 6th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Page John sr, tailor, ss 6th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Page E J, tent maker, es Hast Temple, bet 3d and 3d South 

Palmer W D, (Palmer & Co) es Franklin Ave, bet 3d and 3d South 

Palmer Miffln, blacksmith, ws 1st East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Palmer Wm, contractor, ws 2d West, bet 5th and 6th South 

Palmer Elizabeth, widow, ws 3d West, bet 7th and 8th South 

Palmer Frederick, res es 3d West, bet 3d and 4th North 

Palmer James O, teamster, es 3d West, bet 3d and 4th North 

Palmer E W, res se cor 1st East and Fruit 

Palmer O A, mining engineer, ss 4th South, bet 1st Wesf and W T 

Pancake Frank, res ss 5th South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Papworth Richard, butcher, ns South Temple, bet 13th and 13th East, 

Pap worth Joseph, butcher, ns North Temple, bet 13th and 13th South 

Paramore George, mason, ns 6th South, bet 10th and llth East 

Park Mary, widow, ss 1st South, bet 6th and 7th West 

Park Boyd, (Joslin and Park) ws West Temple, bet 1st and 2d South 

Park Dr John R, es 1st East, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Park H G, clerk, ns 3d South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Parker J C, bookbinder, ws 1st West, bet 3d and 3d South 

Parker Parley, laborer ns 3d North, bet 3d and 3d West 

Parker Drucilla, widow, ss North Temple, bet 3d and 3d West 

Parker Fredesick, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 5th and 6th West 

Parker A L, teamster, es 7th West, bet North Temple and 1st West 

Parker Margaret, sw cor 1st South and 3d West 

Parker Wm, engineer, iiw cor 5th North and 1st West 

Parker Orson H, teamster, ns North Temple, bet 3d and 3d West 

Parker I N, agricultural implements, es 4th West, bet 1st and 3d South 

Parrott George W, cabinet maker, ss 6th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Parrott George, cabinet maker, es Quince, bet Plum and Pear 

Parrott Wm, cabinet maker, ne corner Plum and Quince 

Parry Joseph H, bookseller, ss North Temple, bet E T and 1st East 

Parry Robert, ss 1st North, bet 6th and 7th West 

Parry E W, laborer, es 5th West, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Parry Joseph R, mason, ws 5th West, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Parry Ellen, widow, sw cor 5th West and 1st South 

Parry Edwin F, printer, nw cor 5th West and South Temple 

Parry Henry E, printer, nw cor 5th West and South Temple 

Parry David it, mason, nw cor 4th West and 1st South 

Parry Gronway, stone cutter, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 3d South 

Parry John, laborer, es 7th >Vest, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Parry Edward, clerk, es 7th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

PARSONS THOMAS, Soda Water Works, Commercial Street 

Parsons A, clerk, ss 3d North, bet 3d and 4th West 

Parsons John H, carpenter, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 



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Parsons M K, land attorney, ns 3d South, bet 5t?I and 6th East 

Partoii F J. mason, ss 4th South, bet llth and 12th East 

Pascoe F A, (Pascoe A Son) ns 2d North, bet 1st West and Quince 

Pascoe F J P, mining, ns North Temple, bet 1st and 3d West 

Paten K T, res 1st North, bet 1st and 3d West 

Patterson S A, res 3d South, bet 1st and 3d West 

Patrick Robert, res ws Chestnut, bet Bluff and Wall 

Patten Henry, harness maker, ss gd Korth, bet Vine and 1st West 

Patterson Ftobert, res ns 1st South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Patterson S, ss 3d South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Patton T C, grocer, ns 1st South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Paul James P, carpenter, es 9th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Paul Adam M, mining, es 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Paul vVm, architect, nw corner Garden and Locust 

Paul Wm, jr, architect, es 1st East, bet North and South Temple 

Paul gamuel, (Paul & Mulloy) ns 3d South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Paxman Mrs Susan, ss 1st South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Payne Wm, res Donelson House 

Payne Mrs Harriet, ss 5th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Payne James, merchant, ss South Temple, bet 5th and 6th East 

Peacock James, laborer, svv cor High and Oak 

Peck K K, boards Clift House 

Peck Joseph A, blacksmith, ns North Temple, bet 1st and 2d South 

Pendergrast M S, boards Walker House 

Pendleton A J, blacksmith, ns 6th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Pendleton Abraham, res ns 6th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Pendleton A M, blacksmith, ns 6th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Penrose C W, editor Deseret News, ws 9th East, bet 2d and 3d North 

Perkes Henry, res sw cor 7th East and South Temple 

Perkes Wm H, bookkeeper, es Centre, bet Plum and Apricot 

Perkins Levi, clerk, ss 4th North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Perkins W L. mason, ns 4th North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Perkins John, laborer, ss North Temple, bet 4th and 5th West 

Perkins G W, laborer, ns 1st North, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Perry James, mason, es Poplar Ave, bet 6th and 7th South 

Perry Ann, widow, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Perry George H, boiler maker, se cor 1st North and 5lh West 

Peterdam James, res ss 7th South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Peters Frederick, broom maker, ne corner Mountain and Fir 

Peters J J), res es W T est Temple, bet 1st and 2d North 

Petersen Ole B, laborer, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Petersen A, music teacher, es Franklin Ave, bet 3d and 3d South 

Petersen E J, merchant, ss 2d South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Petersen Carl, res 7th South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Petersen Swen, tailor, ws Pine, bet Wall and Prospect 



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Petersen W H, butcher, ns 1st South, bet 2d and 3d West j GJ 

Petersen O W, laborer, es ad West, bet 3d and ad North j ^ 

Petersen J, res Donelsuii House I K 

Petersen S, res Donelson House j ^ 

Petersen Peter, waiter, boards White House 

Petersen J A, grocer, ns 3d South, bet 1st East and East Temple ! M 

Petersen Frederick, laborer, es 4Eh Kast, bet 6th ani 7th South 

Petersen Andrew, laborer, es 3d East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Peterson Peter, laborer, ws 8th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Peterson Mary, widow, es 7th Hast, bet 1st and 2d South 



Petersen 1 C, laborer, ns 8th Souih, bet 4rh and 5th East 



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Peterson John, carpenter, ns 7th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Peterson John, stone cutter, ss South Temple, bet 2d and 8d East 

Peterson Annie, widow, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and West Temple j 5 

PetersoTi Charles, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W T 

Peterson Albert, laborer, ss South Temp e, bet 1st West and W T 

Peterson Samuel, reses Pine, bet Mountain and Summit j O 

Peterson O, laborer, ne cor Bluff and Locust 

Peterson Charlotte, widow, ne cor Ash and Bluff j y> 

Peterson A, tailor, nw cor Elm and Wall I *. 

Peterson Samuel, farmer, ws 4th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Peterson Andrew, carpenter, es 3d West, bet North Temple and 1st North | 22 

Pettigrew Wm, harness maker, ws 8th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Pettigrew J K, commissioner, boards Continental 

Pettit O H, clerk, ne cor 4th South and 5th East 

Pettit Brower, farmer, es 4th West, bet 1st and 2d South 

Petty John G, laborer, ss 2d South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Petty Charlotte E, widow, ss 3d South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Pettit Edward I, gardener, ss 3d South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Phelps Henry, commission merchant, ws WT, bet 1st South and S T 

Phelps Polly, widow, se cor 2d West and 2d North 

Phippen S S, mining, es 6th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Phillips A. J, mining, ws Qih East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Phillips Evan, laborer, ns 8th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Phillips Levi, plumping, es 5th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Phillips Wm J, shoemaker, es 5th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Phillips John G, ns 4th South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Phillips, M C, tobacconist, ss 3d South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Phillips Samuel, boards Clift House 

Phillips T) M, laborer, ns North Temple, bet 4th and 5th North 

Phillips W G, policeman, ne corner Bluff and Elm 

Phillips Wm, engineer, ss High, bet Elm and Maple E* 

Phillips Samuel, res Donelsoti House 

Phillips James, teamster, ws 5th West, bet North and South Temple 



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Phillips Skidmore, widow, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Philps Parah, widow, ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Phippen J W, harness maker, ns South Temple, bet 4th nd 5th West 

Pickard W L, harness maker, ne cor 3d South and 3d West 

Pickering Arthur, res es 7th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Pickering Sarah, widow, ss 6th South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Pickering Willard, nw cor Beach and Wall 

Pickering Henry, laborer, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 4th South 

Pickett Catharine, widow, ns 6th South, bet 2d an 1 3d East 

Pickett Frank, bookkeeper, ws 2d West, bet 1st arid 2d South 

Picking David, laborer, es 1st West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Pickle Thomas, plasterer, ss 4th South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Picknell Urban, farmer, es East Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 

Pickrienn Elizabeth, widow, ss North Temple, bet 14th and 15th East 

Pierce Joseph W, gardener, ss 6th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Pierce Isaac R, mason, sw cor 9th East and 5th South 

Pierce Charles, tinner, es 4th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Pierce John, farmer, ne corner 7th South and West Temple 

Pierce Moroni, laborer, es West Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 

Pierce Asby, ws 1st East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Pierce John, res ws Franklin Ave, bet 3d and 3d South 

Pierce Susannah, widow, ws 3d West, bet oth and 6th North 

Pierce G M, stationer, ss East Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Piercy Jacob, stonecutter, es 2d East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Pierpont Thomas, sr, machinist, es 3d West, bet N T and 1st North 

Pierpont James, machinist, es 3d West, bet N T and 1st North 

Pierpont Thomas, supt machine shop, ss 1st South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Pierpont John, machinist, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 3d South 

Pierson W J, res ss 4th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Pierson Henry, engineer, ns 4th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Pierson Thomas K, cutler, ns 4th South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Piersoii Olivar, bh cksmith,ws7th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Pierson Wm, hosiery, es 2-1 West, bet 3d and 4th North 

Pierson J, tinner, ss 4th North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Pike John L, (Naylor & Pike) ss Centre, bet Currant and Apricot 

Pike John vV, printer, ne corner 3d North and 1st West 

Pillock W, merchant, sw cor 4th South ani 9th East 

Pinney Wrn, carpenter, es 2d West, bet 4th and 5th North 

P.tt R C, yard master U C, ns North Temple, bet 1st West and W T 

Pitt W H, laborer, ns 1st North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Pitts W H, (Godbe, Pitts & Co) es E T, bet 5th and 6th South 

Pitts Thomas, brick maker, ns 7th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Pitts Joseph, contractor, ss 5th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Pitts Edward, es 4th West, bet 3d and 4th South 

Pitts Wm, ve ternary surgeon, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th South 



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Pitts B jr, res se cor 1st West and 3d S >uth 

Plant Joseph, pedler, ws 2d East, bet 5th and Oth South 

Platt Francis, harness maker, ws 3d East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Platts P, mason, es Quince, bet Plum and Curraut 

Platts John, mason, es Quince, bet Plum and Currant 

Platts Charles, plumber, es Quince, bet Plum and Currant 

Platts George, butcher, es Quince, bet Plum and Currant 

Platts Orson, mason, es 1st West, bet 'Id and 3d North 

Player Charles W jr, carpenter, ss 4th North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Player Mary, widow, es 1st West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Player Nancy, widow, ws 5th West, bet 1st and 2d North 

Player Wm W, stone cutter, ss 2d North, bet 6th and 7th West 

Player C W, stone cutter, ns 2d North, bet 7th and 8th West 

Player Joseph, laborer, ws 5th West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Podlech August, prop'r White House 

Poll F 11, carpenter, ns 4th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Poll W F, butcher, ns 4ih South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Pollard Joseph, carpenter, ws 6th West, bet South Temple <fc 1st South 

Polloctt S J, es 2d West, bet 2d and 3d South 

Pollock W K, ore sampler, ss 4th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

PollocK. R J, pressman, ss 2d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Polquist E D, shoemaker, ns 6th South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Polton Thomas O, laborer, ss 4th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Polton James H, clerk, ns 5th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Polton James, laborer, ss 4th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Pomander F, res ss Centre, bet Currant and Plum 

Pomander F, res ss Centre, between Currant arid Apricot 

Pomeroy C E, (Anderson & Pomeroy) ns 1st North, bet E T and WT 

Pope George H, laborer, lie cor 8th South and 4th East 

Popper Charles, butcher, es West Temple, bet 2d and 3d South 

Porcher Robert, painter, ws West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Porcher Thomas, tinsmith, ss 12th b.ast, bet North and South Temple 

Porter Mary E, widow, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W r 

Porter C D, mining, boards Continental 

Portier F, carpenter, ws 2d West, bet South Temple and 1st .South 

Potter George, carpenter, ws 7th East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Potter W S, builder, nw corner Elm and Garden 

Potton Carl, printer, es 3d West, bet 6th and 7th South 

Poulaski Peter, boards White House 

Powell James, mason, ss 3d South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Powell E W, printer, ws 1st West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Powell George, laborer, ws West Temple, bet 1st and 2d South 

Powell Thomas, clerk, ws 5th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Pratt Nephi. grocer, sw corner 4th South and 6th East 

Pratt Parley P, farmer, ss 2d South, bet 5th and 6th East 



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Piatt Harmel, lawyer, ns 5th South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Pratt Louis, artist, es 5th West, bet 2J and 3d North 

Pratt Helaman, policeman, es Canyon Road 

Piatt P P, tax collector, ws Canyon Road 

Pratt Mathorii W, clerk, ws Walnut, bet Bluff and Wall 

Pratt Valton, laborer, ne corner 3d West and 3d North 

Pratt Mai ion K, widow, ns 3d North bet 2d and 3d West 

Pratt Juliet, widow, ss North Temple, bet 1st and 2d West 

Pratt Laron. printer, ss North Temple, bet 1st and 3d West 

Pratt Nathan, laborer, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Pratt Arthur, res nw corner Chestnut and Garden 

Pratt C H, commercial agent, boards Continental 

Pratt Melander, ss 2d North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Pratt Orson, music teacher, ws 1st East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Preefor F.mil, waiter, boards Walker House 

Prescott Geo F, (Tribune publishing co) ws2d East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Price Joseph, bricklayer, ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Price George W, carpenter, es 5th West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Price Lorenzo, cabinet maker, es 12th East, bet 1st South and S T 

Price W T), green grocer, es West Temple, bet 1st South and S T 

Price Wm, mason, es 3d West, bet 2d and^3d North 

Price Wm, laborer, ns 2d North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Price E H, res es 1st East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Pridey Samuel, stone cutter, ns 7th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Prieffer Mrs Martha, es 2d West, bet 5th and 6th South 

Pilest Able, laborer, es 6th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Priestly John, printer, es 4th West, bet 5th aiid 6th South 

Priestly W H, teacher, ss 2d North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Pringle Ann, widow, ns 2d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Pringle Thomas L, stone cutter, es Oak, bet Bluff and Wall 

Pringle Alexander, stone cutter, se corner Chestnut and Garden 

Pritchard Mrs E S, res ws 1st East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Pritchett W W, carpenter, ws 3d West, bet 1st and 2d South 

Procto Elizabeth, widow, ws 8th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Provis Richard, res es 6th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Pugmire Elizabeth, widow, ss 3d South, bet West Temple and 1st West 

Pugsley Joseph, laborer, ss 5th North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Puzey Henry, ca> riage maker, se corner Prospect and Spruce 

Pynchon J H, auditor Utah Central, boards Walker House 

Pyper Mrs J T, widow, us 6th South, bet llth and 21 ih East 

Pyper Robert, janitor city prison, ws 12th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Pyper James M, clerk, ws 9th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Pyper Christiana D, widow, es 4th East, bet 1st South and S T 



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Quipps Elizabeth, widow, es 6th West, bet 1st and 2d North 
Quinn George, wood carver, ss Fruit, bet Ash and Beach 
Quail John, res ss 4th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

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Rabton W, clerk, ss 3d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Raddon Harry, painter, ws 2d East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Raddon Thomas, laborer, sw cor Mountain and Oak 

RalFael Morris, laborer, es llth East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Raffle Thomas, stone cutter, ws 8th East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Kager Prof Wm, ws 1st West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Ramsey John, laborer, ws 2d East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Ramsey A, commissioner, boards Continental 

Ramsden Peter, laborer, ws East Temple, bet 7th and 8th South 

Randall Mrs M E, teacher, ns 1st South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Randall Jarnes, pedler, ss 7th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Randall B Y, baker, ss Fruit, bet Elm and Maple 

Raads Hyrum, laborer, es Maple, bet Wall and Prospect 

Rands George, gardener, ss 7th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Rankin Alexander, laborer, es 2d West, bet 1st and 2d North 

Ilansohoff N S, res.ss 5ih South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Ransohoff S, res ss 5th South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Ransom Alfred, es 6th West, bet South Temple and Nortn Temple 

Raiitz Samuel, laborer, ns 4th South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Rasmussen Neil, laborer, es 9th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Rasmussen Peter, laborer, ns 3d South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Rasmussen N, bookkeeper, es 8th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Rausher A, ss 2d South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Rawlings Edward, carpenter, ws Apricot, bet Currant and Plum 

Rawlings J S, Shoemaker, nw comer High and Maple 

Rawlins James, shoemaker, ws Citron, bet Currant aud Plum 

Rawlins Wm, shoemaker, ws 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Rawlins C F, mining, ss 3d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Raybould George H, carpenter, es West Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 

Raybould B G, bookkeeper, es West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Raybould Caroline, widow, ws West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Raybould W F, s.ationer, ws West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Ray by W, laborer, ns 7th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Raymond W L, res ne corner 2d West and 2d North 

Ray ben Samuel, ss 5th South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Read Samuel G, news agent, ns 1st South, bet East Temple & 1st East 

Read John, res ns Wall, bet Pine and Chestnut i f 

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Reading John, florist, es 3d East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Reamer Mary A, widow, ss 1st South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Reamer Theodore A, carpenter, es 7th West, bet 1st South and S T 

Reed Charles, mining, nw corner 1st South and 5th East 

Reed John W, harness maker, es 4th East, bet 4th and 5th Soutli 

Reed Robert, pedler, ss North Temple, bet 9th and 10th East 

Reed James, laborer, se corner Beach and Wall 

Reed James, res ss Is I South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Reed H A, action eer, ws West Temple, btt 2d and 3d South 

Reed George W, business manager Tribune, sw corner Ash and Garden 

Reed James G, laborer, ws 6th West, bet South Temple & North Temple 

Reed John, baker^ws 7th West, bet 1st and 2d North 

Reed John, clerk, sw corner Locust and Prospect 

Reese George K, farmer, ws 4th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Reese George K, jr, laborer, ws 4th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Reese John, blacksmith, ns 6th South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Reese John, blacksmith, ws 5th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Reese Isaac, res ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Reese Hannah, widow, ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Reese E M, res nw coruer 3d North and 1st West 

Reeve H A, clerk, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Reeves F H, painter, ns 5th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Reggel Louis, res ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Reggel Samuel, res ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Reid Joseph, carpenter, ws 3d West, bet 2d and 3d South 

Reid Mrs Lizzie, es 1st West, bet 1st and 2d South 

Reid Peter, carpenter, ne corner 3d West and North TemDle 

Reinsimar Peter H, blacksmith, es 3d East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Reinsimar John M, clerk, es 3d East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Reno H, carpenter, boards R lilroad Exchange 

Renshaw John, basket maker, ns 1st North, bet 13th and 14th East 

Renshaw T O, basket maker, ns 6th South, bet 4th and oth West 

Reppeto H D, res ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Reynolds Walter, res ns Wall, bet Beach and Ash 

Reynolds George, clerk, ws Spruce, bet Wall and Prospect 

Reynolds Mary A, nw corner Spruce and Wall 

Reynolds John, gardener, ss 3d South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Reynolds Andrew, merchandise, es 1st West, South Temple & 1st South 

Rhime Giddeon, res ns 5th North, bet 1st and 2d West 

Rhinestrom E, clerk, ns 3d South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Rhodes G, clerk, ns 3d South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Rhodes Wesley A, laborer, ss 1st South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Ribbach Frederick A, bookkeeper, ss 1st South, bet E T and 1st East 

Rice Daniel, res Wasatch Building 

Rich Adam, laborer, ws 4th East, bet 5th and 6th South 



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Rich L C, res Wasatch Building 

Rich John, laborer, ws 9th East, bet 8th and 9th South 

Rich David P, res ns 4th North, bet 3d and 3d West 

Rich Charles C, res sw cor 1st West and 3d North 

Rich Frederick C, res sw cor 1st West and 2d North 

Rich W L, res ns 3d North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Rich Amasa M, ns 3d North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Richan Win, tinsmith, ns Prospect, bet Fir and Spruce 

Richards George A, druggist, ns Fruit, bet Walnut and 1st East 

Kichards Mrs Charlotte F, ns Fruit, bet Walnut and 1st East 

Richards Mrs Sarah, ne corner Pine and Bluff 

Richards Levi W, res es Pine, bet B^uff and Wall 

Kichards John G, ws 7th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Richards D>* Joseph, ss South Temple, bet East and West Temple 

Richards Dr H J, ss South Temple, bet East and West Temple 

Richards E S, es Cantre, bet Plum and Apricot 

Richards Henry, clerk, es West Temple, bet 2d and 3d South 

Richards Philip, mining,' boards Valley House 

Richardson James S, manufacturer, ss 3d South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Richardson I M, res ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Richardson Darwin, farmer, sw corner 3d South and West Temple 

Richardson W H, clerk, ss 21 South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Richy J B, res ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Ricketts W H, laborer, es 1st East, bet 1st and 3d South 

Ridd Wm, carpenter, ws 4th West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Ridd Wm B, laborer, ws 6th West, bet 3d and 4th North 

Riddle Anna, widow, ns 5th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Riddle John, tailor, es 9th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Riddle Joseph, laborer, ns 4th North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Rideout E N, blacksmith, ws 8th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Ridgdale George, tailor, ns 3d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Hldges A jr, carpenter, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 4th North 

Ridges Joseph H, builder, ss 3d North, bet 3d and 4th West 

Rigby Maria, widow, ws West Temple, bet 4th and 5th South 

Rigby Wm, farmer, ns 4th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Riggs O H, commission merchant, es 3d West, bet North & South Temple 

Riley A T, res ss 4th South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Riiey A J, bookkeeper, ss 4th South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Riley W, painter, ss 3d North, bet Vine and 1st West 

Riley Wm, res ws 1st East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Riley George, ss 1st South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Hi tig wood Charles, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Rinjwood Wm, res es Elm, bet Wall and Prospect 

Riser Henry, watchmaker, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 4th South 

Risley Joseph, calsominer, ws East Temple, bet N T and 1st North 



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Risley Joseph S, conductor, ws East Temple, bet N T and 1st North 
Risley Thomas B, conductor, ws East Temple, bet N T and 1st North 
Riting C, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and West Temple 
Riter J D, merchant, es 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South , . 

Riter Rebecca, widow, es 3d East, bet od and 4th South \> 

Riter S W, conductor U & N R R, es 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Ritermark Hilda, widow, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d East 



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Rivers L W, commercial agent, ns 2d South, bet 2d and 3d East 
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Roach M, clerk, D A R G, boards Continental 
Roach D B, res Wasatch Building 

Roadway John, brickmaker, es 13th East, bet South Temple & 1st South 
Roanstate Charley, tailor, ns Mountain, bet Spruce and pine 
Roanquist C F, blacksmith, ne corner Mountain and Pine 
Robbins John, shoemaker, es Chestnut, bet Wall and Prospect 
Roberts Boliver, mining, ss 1st South, bet 2d and 3d East 
Roberts John J, teamster, ws 3d West, bet 6th and 7th South 
Roberts J D, res ws 3d West, bet 7th and 8th South 

Roberts Griffith, machinist, ws 6th West, bet South Temple & 1st South 
Roberts Amelia, widow, ns 1st South, bet 5th and 6th West 
Roberts J W, engineer, es 6th West, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Roberts Samuel, printer, es Fir, bet Prospect and High 
Roberts Thomas, laborer, es 7th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Roberts Thomas S, printer, ss Fruit, bet Beach and Cherry 
Roberts Byron, ne corner 3d East and 1st South^ 
Robertson James, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 3d and 3d East 
Robertson John, laborer, es 8th East, bet 6th and 7th South 
Robbins John H, carpenter, es East Temple, bet 7th and 8th South 
Robbins Phoebe A, widow, es 2d West, bet North and South Temple 
Robinson Charles, grocer, es 5th East, bet 7th and 8th South 
Robinson Arthur, shoemaker, es 5th East, bet 7th and 8th South 
Robinson Mrs N K, widow, ne cor 5th East and 3d South 
Robinson Wm, carpenter, ws Pine, bet Bluff and Wall | B 

Robinson T, laborer, ws 3d West, bet 4th and 5th North : g> 

Robinson John, pedler, ss 3d North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Robison Elizabeth, widow, sw cor bth North and 1st West j R; 

Robison Henry, shoemaker, sw cor 5th Nortn and 1st West 
Kocca Lewis, porter, ss 5th South, bet 3d and 3d East 
Rock Jacob, yardmaster, D & R G, ss 1st South, be't 6th and 7th West 
Rockett Kobert, manufacturer, ss North Temple, bet 8th and 9th East 
Rockledge T C, res sw cor South Temple and 5th East 
ttockwell Christiana, widow, es 1st West, bet 1st arid 3d South 
Rodgers Charles, carpenter, ns Garden, bet Ash and Beach 
Bodgers Wm, laborer, ns Garden, bet Ash and Beach 
Rogers Alexander, merchant, ws 4th East, bet 1st and 3d South 
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Rogers L B, clerk, Clift Row, ws West Temple, bet 3d and 4th South j a 

Rogers Orson, clerk, ws 8th East, bet 3d and 3d South j ^ 

Rogers Charles, res ss 7th South, bet Oth and 7th East j J 

Rogers James, tinner, cs 7th East, bet 2d and 3d South j ^ 

Rolfe Benjamin, carpenter, ws 3d West, bet 1st and 3d North 
Rolfson R, carpenter, es East Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 
Rolfson G F, clerk, es East Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 



Rollins J S, lawyer, ns 4th South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Rolla A H, justice of the Peace, iiw cor 3 1 North and 1st West 

Rolla A E, res iiw corner 3d North and 1st West 

Rolla Caroline C, widow, es 1st West, bet 3d and 3d North 

Rolla Elizabeth A, widow, es Centre, bet Pear and Cane 

Rolla Julia C, widow, ns 3d North, bet 4th and 5th West 

Rolla J A, laborer, se cor 5th North and 2d West 

Roman Catholic Cathedral, ws 3d East, bet South Temple & 1st South 

Romerili Charles, shoemaker, ss Fruit, bet Maple and Locust 

Romney Joseph G, builder, ws Fir, bet Wall and Prospect 

Romney George, (Taylor, Latimer & Co) ne cor Spruce and Bluff 

Rood Mrs M A, res ss 1st South, bet 1st West and West Temple j J"? 

Roscoe Carl, laborer, sw cor 5th West and North Temple j 

Roscum Johu. carriage maker, ss -jd South, bet 8th and Oth East 

Rose Win, carpenter, es West Temple, bet 6th and 7th South 

Rose Stephen, res ns South Temple, bei 1st West and West Temple 

Rose George, teamster, es 7th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Rose F W, builder, es West Temple, bet oth and 6lh South 

Rosenhelm Phillip, ns 3d South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Kosi er W A, agent, es 8th East, bet 5th and Oth South 

Ross John L, agent, es 1st West, bet 1st and 3d North ^ 

Ross Sarah E, widow, ss Fruit, bet Elm and Maple 

Ross Richard, res Wasatch Building 

Kotch Edward, boards Clift House 

Roundy Adalbert, (Little & Roundy) ne cor 1st South and 5th East 

Roundy Mrs E D, ns 1st North, bet 3d and 4th West 

Rowden Robert, engineer, ns South Temple, bet llthand 13th East 

Rowe W P, butcher, es West Temple, bet 4th and oth South 

Rowe W H, res ns Garden, bet Pine and Spruce 

Rowe Mary, widow, ss 1st North, bet 3d and 4th West 

Rowland Hall School, ne cor Fruit and Walnut 

Rowland Benjamin, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 4th and 5th vVcst 

Royle J C, (Marshal & Roylc) ns 1st South, bet Oth and 7th East 

Kuban John, clerk, ns 1st South, bet West Temple and East Temple ^ 

Ruben James, shoemaker, my cor 4th South and East Temple 

Rudisill Kev LA, res ss 4th South, bet 1st West & West Temple 

Rudy John 13, res ws 4th West, bet 2d and 3d South | 

Rudy Henry, res ws 4th West, bet 3d and 3d South 

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Huff E W, merchant, ss 3d South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Ruti Jacob, shoemaker, se cor Ash & Prospect 

Rugg J I', res ne cor 4th West and 3d South 

Rumel John H, plasterer, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Kumel Win, plasterer, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d East 

Rumel J H, jr, agent Ut*h Central, ss 1st South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Rumfield H S, ss South Temple, bet 8th and 5)th East 

Kuper Win, laborer. \vs Fir, bet Mountain and Summit 

Rusk Lewis L, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Rush J R, butcher, es 1st East, bet 1st and 3d South 

Rush Edward, plumber, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Rush M L, carpenter, boards Railroad Exchange 

Rushton S, laborer, ne corner 3d West and 3d North 

Rushton R, res ns 5th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Rushton Edwin, builder, ss 5th South, bet 2d and 3d West 

Russell George, carpenter, es 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Russell Dr Wm, ns South Temple, bet West Temp e and 1st West 

Russell J M, watchmaker, ss 2d South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Russell H W, engineer, ns 5th South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Russell Samuel, res ws 4th West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Russell E, es 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Russell Joseph, (Russell <fc Co) es East Temple, bet 4th and 5th South 

Ruth L J, clerk, boards Continental 

Rutherford J L, laborer, nw corner 1st South and 6th West 

Ryan L, res ws West Temple, bet zd and 3d South 

Ryan James, boards Clii't House 

Rynders George, cook ns 1st South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Ryser George C, shoemaker, ss 1st South, bet 1st West and W T 

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Sabine James, builder, ss "Wall, bet Oak and Elm 

Sackwise Ottillia, widow, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W T 

Sadler Henry, commercial agent, es 5th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Sadler Wm. merchant, ws East Temple, bet South Temple & 1st South 

Sadler James, pedler, es 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Sadler Wm, merchant, ss North Temple, bet 6th and 7th West 

Sadler Samuel, carpenter, sw cor High and Elm 

SAFETY MTHO POWDER CO, Julian Sountag, agent 189 Main Street 

Sainsbury B W, carpenter, ne corner Fir and Wall 

Sainsbury Hyrum, photographer, ns Mountain, bet Oak and Elm 

Salisbury A C, printer, ws 5th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Salisbury O J, (Gilmer & Salisbury) sw corner 6th East and 1st South 

Salisbury Eliza, widow, ws 3d East, bet 3,1 and 3d South 

Salisbury Joseph, builder, es 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Salisbury Nancy, widow, ss 4th South, bet 1st and 3.1 West 



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Salisbury Renjamin, merchant, es 3d West, bet 1st and 21 South 

SALISBURY J M, Fancy Goods and Toys, 3-2 Main Street 

Salmon Wm, policeman, sw corner Fir and Wall 

Salley Ann, widow, ns 2d South, bet Oth and 7th West 

Salt Lake City Brewery, es 1 >th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

SALT L\Ktf fllB \TIiH, n\v corner 1st -South and First East 

Sampson H T, mining', ns 3d South, bet 21 and 3d East 

Sampson Ricard 13, printer, ws Oth East, bet 1st and 2d South 

,- ainuelson F, painter, ws 4th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Sanders James W, bookkeeper, ws Gth East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Sanders W C harness maker, es 4th East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Sanders Wm, clerk, se corner Bluff and Ash 

SANDERS, AIRS JAMES, Groceries, 125> First South Street 

Sanderson Christian, carpenter, ns 4th South, bet 1-st and 21 East 

Sanderson James, tailor, nvv corner Mountain arid Pine 

Sands John It, (IJechtol & Sands) ws 1st East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Saniger John, shoemaker, north of 3d North, 2lst Ward 

Sciiasom Chatles, clerk, se corner Pine and Garden 

Saul E P, carpenter, ns South Temple, bet Gth and 7th West 

Sargent F L, res ss 5Ui South, bet 1st arid 2d East 

Saunders Dennis, carpenter, ris 4th South, bet 13th and Uth East 

Savage Herbert, carpenter, ns 2d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Savage C li, photographer, se corner Spruce and Garden 

Seville James, clerk, ns Prospect, bet Pine and Chestnut 

Saville George, shoemaker, ws Chestnut, bet Wall and Prospect 

Saville Jessie, bricklayer, \vs West Temple, bet 7th and 8th South 

Savory Uenj L, res ws 2d East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Sayers Rath V, widow, ss 21 South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Sayers John, res ss 21 South, bee 7th and 8th East 

Scanland J Al, editor, boards Walker House 

Scappatura Antonio, stono cutter, ss Garden, bet Spruce and Pine 

Schettler Paul A, res ne corner 1st South and 4th East 

S^henh.ilcs Edmund, cnginaer, es 7th West, bet 1 it South and S T 

Scheib John P, cabinet maker, ss South Te;nple, bet 3d an I Uh East 

Schorield Henry, carpenter, ns 4th South, bet 1st anl 2d Wost 

Schonberg Henry, printer, es 1st West, bet 1st and 31 North 

Schonfelt Edward, clerk, ss North Temple, bet 4th and 5th West 

Schooley II II, carpenter, ns 1st South, bet 1st and 2d West 

S^hoppe Frederick E, tinsmith, ws 1st West, bet 1th and 5th South 

Schuler Joseph, res ns 3d South, bet 1st and 2d West 

SchiUte August, clerk, ss 5th South, bet East Temple and W T 

Schuttlor B H, clerk, ns Wall, bet Walnut and Chestnut 

Sehulter Win, plumber, ns lit North, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Schulter John, plumber, ws 3d. West, bet 1st and 2d North 

Sch \vabo 11, bank clerk, boards Continental 



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Schwartz Chas. boards Railroad Exchange 
Schuyler John, laborer, es 1st East, bet 21 and 3d South 
Scofield C W, mining, boards Walker House 
Scott Joseph S, painter, ns South Temple, bet 8th and 9th East 
Sjott George M, (G M .Scott & (Jo) ne cor 6th East and 1st South 
S/ott W, laborer, es 1st East, bet 1st South and South Te.nple 
S.^aoG Frances, widow, ws (>th East, bet lit S.nifch and South Temple 
Sijrace Edward, baker, ws Oth East, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Scribner Daniel, ss 3d South, bet 4th and 5th East 
Soroggie Archibald, iiw cor 6th South and 3d East 
Se.il Charles, laborer, es 7th West, bet 1st and 2,1 North 
Seal Joseph, laborer, ns 1st North, bet 6th and 7th West 
Seal llyrum, laborer, ss 2d North, bet 6th and 7th West 
Seal John, laborer, ss 3d North, bet 6th and 7th Wesi, 
Seaman J W, laborer, es Maple, bet Wall and Prospect 
Seaman Rachel, widow, ns Wall, bet Ash and Locust 
Seaman George, laborer, iiw corner Ash and Wall 
Seaman W F, boards White House 
Search C H, res Donelson House 

Seariser George jr, shoemaker, ws 5th West, bet 1st and 3d North 
Searl Heber, laborer, ss 61 h South, bet 9th and 10th East 
Searl John C, gardener, es 8th East, bet 5th and 61 h South 
Sears Isaac, merchant, sw cor 3d South and 8th East 
Sears Septimus, res ss 1st South, bet 1st and 2d West 
Sears Mrs Mary A, ss 1st South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Sears Nathan, (Sears & Liddell) es B3ach, bet South Temple and Fruit 
Sebree Howard, res sw cor 5th South and East Temple 
Sebree C H, res sw cor 5th South and East Temple 
Second Presbyterian Church, lie corner 2d South and 3d East 
Second Ward School, ns 7th South, bet 4th and 5th East 
Saigel Saul, res es 5th East, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Soigel Henry, res ss 5th South, bet East and West Temple 
Seigel Joseph, (Goldsmith A Co) ws 3d East, bet 2d and 3d South 
Selander Julius, tailor, es5th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Self Rebecca, widow, es 3d West, bet 6th and 7th South 
Seller J D, carpenter, ns 1st South, bet 3d and 3d West 
Sellers Wm, laborer, es 9th East, bet 6th and 7th South 
Selbrs James, ss 3d South, bet 8th and 9th Kast 
Selley Wm, laborer, ss 2d North, bet 6th and 7th West 
Sells Elijah, lumber merchant, so corner 2d South and 3d West 
Sermon J S, telegraph operator, ns 2d South, bet 1-st and 3d East 
Senior Edwin W, clerk, ss 1st North, bet 4th and 5th West 
Senior Frederick, clerk, ws 7th West, bet North and South Temple 
> i Seventh Ward School House, ns 5th South, bet W T and 1st West 
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Sewell S J, res se cor 3d East and 2d South 

Seybolt Geo L, post office inspector, es 6th East, bet 1st and 2d South 
Shade Wm, res ws 3d past, bet 3d and 3d South 
Shaffer John, farmer, ns 2d North, bet 4th and 5th West 
Shaffer Orson W, laborer, ne corner 5th West and 3d North 
Shaffer John, tinsmith, ss 1st >outh, bet 1st and 2d East 
Shank John F, tailor, es Pine, bet Wall and Prospect 
Shanks Joseph, tailor, es 4th East, bet 4th and 5th South 
Sharp John, supt U C, ns South Temple, bet 4th and 5th East 
Sharp Margaret, widow, ns South Temple, bet 5th and 6th East 
Sharp John, jr, lie cor South Temple and Fir 

Sharp James, asst supt U C, us South Temple, bet 3d and 4th East * 
Sharp Lorenzo, clerk, es 1st West, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Sharp Mrs Annie, ne corner Fir and Fruit 
Sharp Lee J, lawyer, es Pine, bet Bluff and Wall 
Sharp Wm, coal agent, nw corner 5th West and North Temple 
Shiiuglmessy M, boards Walker House 
Shaw Thomas, laborer, ns 2d North, bet 4th and 5th West 
Shaw Joseph, laborer, ns Currant, bet Quince and Centre 
Shaw Luke, gardener, ss 4th North, bet 5th and (3th West 
Shaw O B, painter, ns North Temple, bet 1st and 3d West 
Shaw John, laborer, nw cor 5th West and 3d North 
Shaw Mary, widow, nw corner 5th West and 3d North 
Shean Patrick, laborer, es 3d West, bet 3d and 4th South 
Shocks Kenjamin, lawyer, ws West Temple, bet 3d and 3d South 
Sheets John A, laborer, nw cor 2d South and 6lh East 
Sheets A F, res es 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Shell John, laborer, ss Oth South, bet 10th and llth East 
Shell G 13, mining, ne cor 1st West and Tv.orth Temple 
Sheliath Gus, clerk, ns 2d South, bet 3d and 3d East 
Sheln uirdiiie James, res ss 3d South, bet 3d and 3d East 
Shepaid Wm, teamster, ss 8th South, bet 3d and 4th West 
Shephard George, laborer, ns Pium, bet Centre and Beet 
Shepard John, teamster, sw cor Ash and Wall 
Shei iff John, stone cutter, ne corner Wall and Maple 
Sherlock James, merchant, ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th East 
Shearman W H, druggist, ns 3d South, bet Cth and 6thEast 
Shettler B A, es Walnut, bet Wall and Prospect 
Shettler 13 H, banker, nw corner South Temple and Pine 
Shelton 11 C, pressman, ws 3d West, bet 3d and 3d South 
SheHon George, laborer, es l.st West, bet 2d and 3d South 
Shelton R, news agent, es 1st West, bet 2d and 3d South 
Sherwood Charles W, shoemaker, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Sherwood Charles, tailor, ss 3d South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Shiil George, farmer, es 5th West, bet 1st and 2d South 
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Shill Samuel, laborer, es 3d West, bet 3d and 4th South 
Shiner J W, printer, ns 21 South, bet 3d and 4th East 
Shingleton Stephen sr, laborer, se cor Oth West and 2d North 
Shingleton Stephen jr, laborer, se cor 6th West and 2d North 
Shipp Dr Ellis K, res ws 7th East, bet Fouth Temple and 1st South 
Shires Sarah, widow, ss 5th South, bet 1st East and East Temple 
Shoebridge E B, clerk, se corner 1st Houth a..d 2d West 
Sholes R II, res se corner 5th South and West Temp e 
Sholdebrand John, clerk, es 2d West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Shook Elizabeth, widow, nw corner 3d West and 4th South 
Shore James, blacksmith, nw cor Prospect and Ash 
Short M B. stone mason, ns Sd South, bet 9th and ll>th East 
Shorten John, mason, ss 5th North, bet lit and 2d West 
Showell Georgn, expressman, es 9th East, bet 1st and 3d South 
Showell Wm, stockman, ws 3d East, bet 4th and 5th South 
Shreeves A G, laborer, ws 1 Jth East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Shupp Charles F, carpenter, ns 2d South, bet 4th and oth East 
Siddoway John, carpenter, ns~th South, bet 7th'and 8c.li East 
Silver Joseph, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 5th and 6th East 
Silver W J. engineer, ss North Temple, bet West Temple and 1st West 
Silver Hyrum, machinist, es Centre, bet Pear and Cane 
Silver Joseph A, machinist, ws 1st West, bet 5th and oth North 
Silverwood Charles E, bookkeeper, es 4th West, bjt 1st and 21 Njrth 
Sirnms J, laborer, es 2d West, bet North Temple and 1st North 
Simons F, (Simons Bros) ns 3d South, bet East Temple and 1st East 
Simons J, (Simons Bros) ns 3d South, bet East Temple and 1st East 
Simmons Nathaniel, res ss Oth South, bet 10th and llth East 
Simmons Joseph, laborer, ns 6th South, bet 10th and llth East 
Simmons Benjamin, carpenter, ns Oth South, bet 10th and llth East 
Simmons Thomas, shoemaker, ns 1st South, bet 8th and 9th East 
Simmons Henry, res es 8th East, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Simmons Joseph F, notary public, nw corner Fir and Prospect 
Simmons Frederick W, clerk, nw corner Fir and Prospect 
Simmons A B, clerk, uw corner Fir and Prospect 
Simmons Harriet, widow, ns Prospect, bet Fir and Spruce 
Simmons Joseph, laborer, ss 4th South, bet 1st and 21 West 
Simmons L, res ne corner 1st South and 21 West 
Simmons (Stayner & Simmons) ns Fruit bet Elm and Oak 
Simmons Jose} h, stone cutter, nw corner 6th West and 1st North 
Simttkins W S, brickmaker, ws Uth East, bet 1st South and S T 
Simpson J W, (>impson & Son) ns South Temple, bet 1st W r est and W T 
Simpson Francis, contractor, ws 4th West, bet 6th aud 7th South 
Simpson Martin, laborer, es 4th East, bet Oth and 7th South 
Simpson George, plasterer, es 7th West, bet South Temple and N T 
Simpson Kobert, engineer, es Oth West, bet North Temple & 1st North 



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Sirrine Emma, widow, es West Temple, bet 21 and 3d South 

Sixth Ward School, ws 3d West, bet Ith and 5ih South 

Sixteenth Ward School, lie corner 4th West and 1st North 

Skaggs E M, boards Clift House 

Skerry S W, forema* Z C M I, boards Valley House 

Skid more Samuel, mechanic, es 9th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Slack Mary, widow, ss 1th South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Slade Emily, widow, es 7th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Slale G W, ws 5th East, bet 2d and 3d frouth 

Sleater llobert G, printer, es 8th East, bet 21 and 3d South 

Slater W L, carpenter, ns 5th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Slater F, shoemaker, ns Currant, bet Centre and Apricot 

Sleman Samuel, laborer, ws 7th East, bet 21 and 31 South 

Sloan R W, reporter, se corner Chestnut and Garden 

Smedley W E, insurance agent, Clift Row, ws W T. bet 3d and 4th South 

Smith Ellen, dressmaker, ws Sth East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Smith Martha, widow, ws 8th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Smith Henry, plasterer, ss 7th South, bet 9th and 10th East 

Smith Ferdinand, musician, es Oth East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Smith Wm, ss 4th South, bet 1 *th and llth East 

Smith Mrs C P, widow, ns 2d Noith, bet 9th and 10th East 

Smith .1 M, rea estate agent, as 3d South, bet 7th and 8; h East 

Smith Joseph, teamster, ns 1st South, bet 7th and 8:h East 

Smith L B II, dairyman, sw corner 7th East and 4th South 

Smith W J, res es Oth Hast, bet 1st South and South Temple 

9mith Jacob, laborer, es 6th East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Smith Mary, widow, es 4th East, bet 1st South aril South Temple 

Smith Amanda widow, ns 1st South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Smith Win, laborer, res ns 4th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Smith Hyrum J, teamster, ns 5th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Smith Samuel, dairyman, sw corner Sth South and 6Lh East 

Smith Edward J, clerk, ns 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Smith Dr A K, res es 3d East, bet 3d an 1 4th South 

Smith George A, ss South Temple, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Smith Jane, widow, es West Temple, bet 7Lh and 8th South 

Smith T J, merchant, ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Smith W S, shoemaker, ws 3d East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Smith J W, plumber, boards Railroad Exchange 

Smith J Y, policeman, se corner 3d- East and Oth South 

Smith Joseph Y, mining, nw corner 4th Sauth and 1st East 

Smith F K, res ns 3d South, bet 21 and 3d East 

Smith Andrew, policeman, se corner 7th South and 3d East 

Smith A'exander, res ss 6ili South, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Smith Andrew, policeman, ns 6Jh South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Smith Albert, butcher, ws 2d West, bet 4th and 5th South 



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Smith Mrs Sarah F, res ns South Temple, bet 1st West and W T O 

Smith John G, drayman, ws 1st West, bet 4th and 5th South I $ 

Smith Emma, widow, ns 6th South, bet 1st and 2d West ' ^ 

Smith Peter, laborer, ws 4th West, bet 6th and 7th South ' W 

Smith George, engineer, us 1st South, bet 3d aiid^d West 

Smith W W, laborer, ss 3d South, bet 1 stand 2d West 

Smith John Henry, res ws West Temple, bet North and South Temple 

Smith John G, moulder, ss 1st South, bet 3.1 and 3d West 

Smith Robert R, : butcher, PS 1st North, bet 4th a. id 5th West 

Smith George, engineer, ss 1st North, bet 7th and 8th West 

Smith Arthur, res ns 2d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Smith J G, carpenter, es 4th West, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Smith A B, clerk, ws Maple, bet South Temp e and Fruit 

Smith W, shoemaker, es Quince, bet Plum, and ..'urrant 

Smith Fewson, civil engineer, se corner Bluff' and Locust 

Smith John M, moulder, ss Centre, bet 1st North aiiJ Currant 

Smith S W, mining, boards Walker House 

Smith George S, mining, boards Valley House 

Smith James W, mining, boards Valley House 

Smith Henry, seedsman, ws 5th West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Smith Jane S, basket store, ns 1st South, bet East and West Temple 

Smith Joseph F, res ws 3d West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Smith Mrs Sarah E, res ss 1st North, bet 3d and 3d West 

Smith S T, res ws West Tem^lo, bet North and South Temple 

Smith Elias, probate judge, ss North Temple, bet W T and 1st West 

Smith Elias A, teller Deseret bank, ss N T, bet W T and 1st West 

Smith Rudolph, res ss North Temple, bet West Temple and 1st West 

Smith Charles, clerk, ns 1st North, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Smith Walter, laborer, ws Oth West, bet Nortn Temple and 1st North 

Smith Cluules, shoemaker, ws West Temple, bet N T and 1st Nor ill 

Smith Thomas M, tanner, sw corner 5th West and 3d North 

Smith George O, carpenter, ss 7th South, bet 1st West and W T 

Smith Elizabeth, widow, ss 3d North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Smith J P, carpenter, es 1st West, bet 3d and 4th South 

Smith Albert, carpenter, es 1st West, bet 3d and 4th South 

Smith Win, gardener, es 1st West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Smith John, farmer, ne corner 3d South -md 1st West 

Smith W S, grocer, fruits, &c, 8 First South Street 

Smith Kdwar 1, boards White House 

Smithers George, machinist, ns 1st North, bet 1st West and W T 

Smithers James, ns 1st North, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Smyth Richard, hatter, es Pine, bet High and Mountain 

Snarr James T, merchant, ns 6th South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Snarr D, merchant, es 3d West, bet 1th and 5th South 

Snarr James, street car driver, ss 6th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

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Snarr Thomas, laborer, ss Oth South, bet 3d and 4th West I * 



Snedaker Morris J, res ns 4th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Snedaker Lee, clerk, es lit East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Sneddon Robert, laborer, nw corner Locust and Fruit 

Snelgrove G H, salesman, ws 5th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Snelgrove Edward, shoemaker, ns 2d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Snelgrove E S, clerk, ns 1st South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Snell Win, merchant, ws 1st East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Snell John, ne corner Oth South and 1st West. 

Snow George B, laborer, ns 7th South, bet 5th arid Oth East 

Snow Walter, laborer, ws East Temple, bet 7th and 8th South 

Snow Zerabbabel, law r yer, ss 1st South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Snow Mrs Annie, ns 1st North, bet East Temple and 1st East 

Snowball Ralph, teamster, us Wall, bet Locust and Maple 

Snowlan Annie, widow, nw corner Wept Temple and 3d South 

Snyder T D, carpenter, ns 2d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Snyder Henrietta M, widow, se corner Bluff and Oak | O 

Snyder John, mason, es 1st West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Snyder Sylvia, widow, es 1st West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Snyder Chas, gardener, ws 8th East, bet 8th and 9th South j 

Social Hall, es 1st East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Society Hall, ns 1st South, bet 2d ard 3d West ! Jjg 

Saderborg A P, machinist, ss 3d North, bet 5th and Gth West 

Solomon Frank, U S surveyor general, ss E T, bet 5th and Oth South 

Solomon Edwaid, s-hoemaker, ws 1st East, bet 3d and 3d South 

Solomon James, (Solomon Bros & Gold) ss 3d North, bet 3d & 4th West 

Solomon Alfred, (Solomon Bros & Gold) nw cor 4th West & 3d North 

Solomon John, (Solomon Bros & Gold) ws 4th West, bet 1st & 3d North 






Sorenson Jacob C, laborer, es 4th East, bet 8th and 9th South ; ? 

Sorenson N C, laborer, sw cor 5th East and 8th South j - 

Sorenson Hans, laborer, ns 1st South, bet 2d and 3d East 
Sorenson Elias, rnilkmaii, ss 6th South, bet 1st and 2d East 
Sorenson John P, (Sorenson &Carlquist) es 1st West, bet S T A 1st South I 
Sorenson C, gardener, se corner Bluff and Walnut p, 

Sorrell James, gardener, ss Fruit, bet Ash and Beach ' 

Sorrell Z, tailor, ss Fruit, bet Ash and Beach 
Sowden Joseph, news agent, ns 5th South, bet 5th and 6th East 
Sowles M B, agent White S M, ws 3d East, bet 1st and 3d South | 

Spanicle Albert, laborer, es 2d East, bet 4th and 5th South > ^ 

Spayd Henry, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W T p 

Spayd Elizabeth, widow, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W T 5*7 

Spears Harrison, blacksmith, ws 7th East, bet 4th and 5th South 
Spears Adam, police magistrate, ns 5th South, bet 7th and 8th Kast 
Spears Adam, jr, res ns 5th South, bet 7th and 8th East 
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Spears Alfred, blacksmith, ns 5th South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Spears George, 'aborer, se cor 5th South and 7th East 
Spears Mrs Sarah, nw corner 8th East and 6th South 
Spears Orson, teamster, ne corner 6th South and 7th East 
Spears James, laborer, ss South Temple, bet 3d and 4th West 
Speed Wm, laborer, ns 8th South, bet 2d and 3d West 
Spence X, painter, ns 8th South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Spence John, laborer, es 9th East, bet 2d and 3d South 
Spencer Emma, widow, es 5th East, bet 3d and 4th South 
Spencer J D, tailor, es 2d East, bet 2d and 3d South 
Spencer Mrs S F, res es 1st East, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Spencer John D, clerk, ns South Temple, bet E T and 1st East 
Spencer Henry, (Evans & Spencer) ws 5th East, bet 1st South and S T 
Spencer C V, Spencer House, ws 1st East, bet 2d and 3d South 
Spencer Mrs Sarah J, ns 7th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 
Sperry II M, mason, ws Citron, bet Currant and Plum 
Sperry Harrison, farmer, ss 6th South, bet 1st and 2d West 
Spicer Win, barber, ns 2d North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Spiring Emma, widow, ss North Temple, bet W T and 1st West 
Sprague E T, lawyer, ws 2d Fast, bet 2d and 3d South 
Sprague Dr Samuel L, res ws 1st East, bet South Temple and 1st East 
Sprague S L jr, deputy marshal, ws 1st East, bet 1st South and S T 
. Sprague D O, res Donelson House 

Springer C, ws 1st West, bet South Temple and 1st South 
>-* Springer Ben, boards White House 

Sprowl Frank, expressman, ss 1st South, bet 8th and 9th East 
Spry Phillip, tailor, se corner 5th West and 2d North 
S [uires John, barber, se corner Fir and Garden 
Squires John, barber, ss 6Lh South, bet 7th and 8th East 
Stageman Mrs S, widow, ss South Temple, bet 1st West and W T 
Staley Frank, laborer, es 1st East, bet 21 and 3d South 






Stamford Cyrus, res ns South Temple, bet 4th and 5th West 

Stamford Stephen, gardener, sw cor oth West and South Temple 

Stanley Frank, baker, es 2d West, bet 6th and 7th South 

Starling James, res ss 5th South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Starling John, laborer, ne corner Prospect and Beach 

Starmer W R, cook, ss 6th South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Staton J F, laborer, ne corner 7th South and 7th East 

Stay Joseph, gardener, ws Oth East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Stay Joseph H, (Woodbury & Stay) ns Oth South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Stayner W, (Stayner & Simmons, ns Fruit, bet Elm and Oak 

Stayner W C, res ns Garden, bet Oak and Elm 

Steel A, manufacturing, ns 8.h South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Steers W, bricklayer, ns 21 North, bet 8th and 9th Ea^t 

Steiiel A, drayman, ns 5th South, bet 1st and 2d West i S 






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Sterling James D, laborer, es 6th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Sterling \V S, res es 2d East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Sterman Joseph, us 3d South, bet 3d and 4th East 

Stevens Mrs Mary, ws 5th East, bet 5th and Oth South 

Stevens L S, us 4th South, bet East Temple and West Temple 

Stevens J W, carpenter, es 1st East, bet 1st arid 2d South 

Stevens Thomas D, gardener, ns 5th South, bet 1st and 2d West 

Stevens Frederick, plasterer, ss 6th South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Stevens J E, music teacher, sw corner 2d South and West Temple 

Stevens Andrew, carpenter, ns 2d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Stevenson W H, clerk, es 4th East, bet 4th and 5th South 

Stevenson Joseph F, ns 7th South, bet 1st and ?d East 

SJevenson Christian, laborer, ws 4th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Stevenson Mrs M L, widow, ws 1st West, bet South Temple & 1st South 

Stevenson Edward, res ws 1st West, bet 1st and 2d South 

Stevenson C S, mining, se corner Pine and Prospect 

Steward Joshua, teamster, es 4th East, bet 2d and 3d South 

Stewart J S, (Stewart & Chislett) ws 4th Eiast, bet 1st and 2d South 

Stewart Louis, laborer, es 21 West, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Stewart Daniel, res ne corner 6th West and 3d North 

Stewart Wm, laborer, ns 3d North, bet 5th and 6th West 

Stockdale Amelia, widow, es 4ih West, bet 5th and 6th South 

Stokes Jane, widow, se corner 7th South and 3d West 

Stokes Christopher, ws 2d West, bet 5th and 6th North 

Stokes Kedding, mason, es West Temple, bet 3d and 3d South 

Stone H J, clerk Continental 

Stone Wm, gardener, ws West Temple, bet^2d and 3d South t 

Stonehousky Andrew, laborer, ss *th South, bet Oth and 10th East Q 

Stowell E M, stockman, ws 2d West, bet 2d and 3d South Q 

otratford H S, clerk Walker House 

Strattoii H H, boards Clift House y 

Strebeck P S, tailor, ws West Temple, bet North Temple and 1st North p 

Strickland Mrs H, widow, ss 2d South, bet 7th and 8th East 

Stringlellovv Samuel, ss 6th South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Stringi'ellow George, ss Oth South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Si/ rock John, laborer, ns 1st North, bet 1st and 2d West of 

Stromberg James S, tailor, ws Franklin Ave, bet 2d and 3d South *~ 

Strong J T, jeweler, ns 4th South, bet 8th and 9th East p 

Strong Alice, widow, ns 4th South, bet 8th and yth East 

Strong Hiram, teamster, ns 4th South, bet 8th and Oth East ' 4 

Strong Sarah, widow, ne corner 8th East and 4th South p 

Stucher Magdaloiia, widow, es 6th East, bet Oth and 7th South 

Sugdcn Joshua, laborer, ws 12th East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Sugden Win, carpenter, sw corner 4th South and 1st East S 

Summoihays J W, laborer, ss North Temple, bet 4th and 5th West 



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Summerholden Samuel, ss High, bet Oak and Elm 

Summerlot Charles, res ws 1st West, bet 3d and 4th South 

Sunbeck John, res ne corner Mountain and Pine 

Sundberg A F, carpenter, ss 5th South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Sunderland Wm, machinist, ns 5th South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Sullivan Wm B, agent, boards Valley House 

Sutherland J G, lawyer, ss South Temple, bet 1st and 2d West 

Sutherland Ed-P, ss South Temple, bet 1st and 2d West 

Sutherland Fenton H, ss South Temple, bet 1st and 2d West 

Salt Lake Surgical Institute, 139 East Temple Street 

Swain Robert, mason, es llth East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Swain Robert, mason, ss 2d South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Swain Cnarles, cook, se corner 5th East, bet*5th and 6th South 

Swan James, builder, ss 3d South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Swan George, sec'y U C R R, boards Valley House 

Swan Douglass, bookkeeper, ns North Temple, bet 2d and 3d West 

Swan Ed, stockraiser, sw cor High and Elm 

Swaner E J, jeweler, ws Dth East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Swaner A J, jeweler, ws 10th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Swaner Mrs Emma, widow, ws Dth East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Swanser Andrew J, shoemaker, ns 6th South, bet 8th and 9th East 

Swarenson Andrew, tailor, ns 5th South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Swift Wm, t^unster, ss 4th South, bet 9th and lOth East 

Sylvester E E, printer, boards Clift House 

Symons Helenora, widow, es 2d East, b3t 4th and 5th South 

Symons C W, (Fox & Symons) ns 5th South, bet 6th and 7th East 

St Glair Peter, ss 7th South, bet 1 it and 2 1 E.ist 

St Mark's Academy, ns 1st South, bat 1st and 2d East 

St Mark's Hospital, nw cor 3d South and 5th East 

St Mark's Episcopal Church, ns 1st South, bet 2d and 3d East 

St Mary's Academy, ws 1st West, bet 1st and 2d South 

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Tadnum John, mason, ne corner Garden and Ash 

Taft Harriet, widow, ss 3d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Taggart J P, M D, ss 2d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Tall George, blacksmith, sw corner 6th West and North Temple 

Tall John W, laborer, ss North Temple, bet 6th and 7th West 

Tall George S, laborer, ns 8th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Talty Wm, boards White House 

Tame Alfred, harnessmakar, sw cor Chestnut and Wall 

Tate John, res ns 3d South, bet 2d and 3d East 

Taufer Lewis, laborer, ws 12th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

J J Taufer Henry* bricklayer, ws 12th East, bet 3d and 4th South 

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Taylor Jabez W, carpenter, es 7th South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Taylor Wm, harnessmaker, ns 4th South, bet 9th and 1 )th East 

Taylor John B, plasterer, es llth East,' bet 3d and 4th South 

Taylor John, teamster, es llth East, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Taylor Jos W, teamster, ns South Temple, bet 12th and 13th East 

Taylor C B, butcher, ns North Temple, bat llth and l>th East 

Taylor John, (Taylor & Son) es 5th East, bet 31 and 4th South 

Taylor Abraham, grocer, ns 3d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Taylor Edward, es 7th East, bet 31 and 4th South 

Taylor-Elizabeth, widow, ss South Tempb, bet 7th and 8th East 

Taylor Isabella, widow, ws 3d East, bet 3d and 4th South 

Taylor Joseph W, es West Temple, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Taylor Joshua, ss 2d South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Taylor Joseph E, undertaker, ns 1st South, bet 21 and 3d East 

Taylor John, President* of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 

S>iints, res sw corner South Temple and 1st East 
Taylor John, ws Franklin Avenue, bet 2d and 3d South 
Taylor Stephen, ws 1st West, bet South Temple and 1st South 
Taylor Thomas E, laborer, ns South Temple, bet 1st West and W T 
Taylor Mary C, widow, es 2d West, bet 2d and 3d South 
Taylor Thomas, res es 2 f West, bet 1st and 2d South 
Taylor V A, teamster, us 1st South, bet 6th and 7th West 
Taylor Ann. widow, ss North Temple, bet West Temple and 1st West 
Taylor Wm, machinist, us 3d West, bet 1st and 21 South 
Taylor Martha, widow, se corner Mountain and Fir 
Taylor Edward T, mining, ws Ash, bet South Temple and Fruit 
Taylor Thomas, merchant, es 3d West, bet South Temple and N.T 
Taylor Stanley, hackman, se corner North Temple and East Temple 
Taylor Jane, widow, es 1st West, bet 6th and 7th South 
Taylor Harry, carpenter, es Maple, bet Bluff and Wall 
Taylor George H, lumber, ns 3d South, bet 1st West and West Temple 
Taylor W B, boards White House 

Taylor Wm W, clerk, es 1st West, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Taylor Mrs Sarah H, es Is West, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Taylor George J, coroner, es 1st West, bet lit South and South Temple 
Taylor Edward, manager Deseret News, es 1st West, bet 1st South & S T 
Taylor Henry, es 1st West, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Taylor Hyrum, es 1st West, bet 1st South and South Temple 
Taysum Andrew J, plasterer, ne corner Garden and Oak 
Paysum Rolla G, bookkeeper, ne corner Garden and Oak 
Taysum Alonzo T, ne corner Garden and Oak 
Teakle Thomas, sr, carpenter, ss 1st North, bet 7th and 8th West 
Teakle Thomas jr, clerk, ss 1st North, bet 7th and 8th West 
Teasdale George, ns South Temple, bet 6th and 7th East 
Teasdale George E, ns South Temple, bet 6th and 7th East 

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Teasdel S P, merchant, ns South Temple, bet 3d and 4th East 

Temperance Reform Hall,ns 2d South, bet East and West Temple 

Tenth Ward School, sw corner 4rh South and 8th East 

Territorial Library, es East Temple, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Territorial Auditor, es East Temple, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Territorial Recorder Marks & Brands, es E T, bet S T and 1st South 

Terry Ann, widow, ss 4th South, bet 6th and 7th East 

Tester Charles, laborer, ws Apricot, bet Currant and Plum 

Thackrah George, clerk Utah Commission, boards Stearns' 

Thatcher G W, merchant, ns South Temple, bet 1st and 2d East 

Thatcher Moses, ss North Temple, bet Fast Temple and 1st East 

Thide Harmon, ns 1st South, bet 5th and 6th West 

Third Ward School, ns 7th South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Thirkill Ellen, widow, sw corner Ash and Fruit 

Thirteenth Ward School, ns 2d South, bet 1st and 2d East 

Thomas Mary, widow, ss North Temple, bet 10th and llth East 

Thomas John, clerk, ss 3d South, bet 4th and 5th East 

Thomas Prof C J, res ss South lemple. bet 2d and 3d East 

Thomas Thomas F, policeman, nw cor Ash and High 

Thomas Thomas, laborer, ne corner Summit ami Ash 

Thomas Arthur L, sec'y Utah Ter. ws W T, b<*t 2d and 3d South 

Thomas R K, res es 1st West, bet 4th and 5th South 

Thomas Samuel, laborer, se corner South Temple and 6th West 

Thomas Mary, widow, ws West Temple bet North Temple and 1st N 

Thomas Thomas, laborer, ss 1st North bet 6th and 7th West 

Thomas George, Blacksmith, es 5th West bet 2d and 3d North 

Thomas Thomas P, mason, ns 2d North bet 1st west and Quince 

Thomas John, tailor, es 7th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Thomas Daniel, tailor, es 7th west bet 1st and 2d North 

Thomas E Thomas, ne cor 1st North and 7th West 

Thomas Elizabeth, widow, es 1st West bet 4th and 5th South 

Thomas Thomas, shoemaker, ws 6th we.st bet North Temple>nd 1st N 

Thomasson P O, clerk, sw cor High and Chestnut 

Thomasson John, res Wasatch Building. 

Thompson Orson, printer, es llth East bet 6th aud 7th South 

Thompson Sarah, res es 10th East bet 2d and 3d South 

Thompson N, res Wasatch Building 

Thompson Elizabeth, widow, es 4th East bet 1st South and South T 

Thompson Nelson, clerk, ws 5th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Thompson Wm. A, laborer, ns 6th South bet 4th and 5th West 

Thompson Wm, shoemaker, ws 3d West bet 1st and 2d South 

Thompson John, tailor, sw cor 5th South and 3d West 

Thompson Mansill, teamster, ws 4th West bet 4lh and 5th North j J 

Thompson Dr J D, boards Walker House - 

Thompson Mercy R, widow, nw cor 2d West and North Temple : 



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Thompson Mary J, widow, nw cor 2d west and North Temple 

Thompson John, laborer, es 3d West bet 3d and 4th North 

Thompson A, boards Clift House 

Thompson J, boards Clift House 

Thorn Wm, farmer, ns 6th South bet West Temple and 1st West 

Thorn M, pedler, ws 1st East bet' 1st and 21 South 

Thorn Joseph W, laborer, es 21 West bet 7th and 8th South 

Thornburg B F, upholsterer, sw cor 4th East and 5th South 

Thornblood O C, grocer, ss 2d Soath bet 1st and 2d East 

Thornstruff August, painter, es 7th East/ bet 1st South and South T 

Thornton Charles, laborer, ws West Temple bet North Temple and IstN 

Thorp Lydia, widov% nw cor Wast Temple and 1st South 

Thorp August H, carpenter, es 9th Bast bet 7th and 8th South 

Thorup John T, clerk, es 9th Kast bet 7th and 8th South 

Thortip H F K, carpenter, ss 8th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Thum M C, mining, boards Continental 

Thurgood George, na cor Pine and Prospect 

Tibbitts Sarah, widow, se cor 7th South and 5th East 

Tibbitts James, laborer, se cor 7th South and oth East 

Tibbs Peter, engineer, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th West 

Tingtine Olof. tailor, es 21 West bet North and South Temple 

Tingur John, shoemaker, es 2d West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Tillits Lavinia, widow, ns 2d South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Tilt Richard, clerk, ne cor 9th East and North Temple 

Timms Wm, manufacturer, sw cor 13th East and 2d North 

Timms W J A, carpenter, nw cor 9th East and 3d North 

Timpsoii John H, laborer, ws 5th West bet 1st and 2d North 

Tipto.i Kobert, gardener, ss 4th South bet 3J and 4th East 

Tisdell E W, boards Walker House 

Titt William, res es West Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

Tomney P, (Tornney & Miller) 81 First South 

Tonics Ann, widow, se cor 1st North and llth East 

Toone Mrs. Emma, res nw cor Spruce and Garden 

Toone John, labore-, e ; Oak bet. Bluff ann Garden 

Toronto Joseph B, teacher, se cor Walnut and Fruit 

Toronto Joseph, res se cor Walnut and Fruit 

Toronto Annie, widow, es Walnut bet Bluff and Wall 

Tovey Wm H, clerk, ss Prospect bet Fir and Oak 

Townsend James, res Warm Springs 

Tracy F W, laborer, ws 9th Kast bet 8th and 9th South 

Travis E J, res ns 1st South bet 1st and 2 1 East 

Travis O J (Travis & Co) ws 1st West bet 3d and 4th South 

Tregoning J H, mining, boards Walker House 

Trehearn Wm, laborer, esOth West bet Island 2d South 

Tremaine Joseph, teamster, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6th East 



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Treniaine W H, machinist, ss South Temple bet 5th and 6ih East 

Tresscott W S, tanner ami currier, ns3d South bet 1st West and W T 

Treseder Mrs C M, widow, es 5th Fast bet 1st and 2d South 

Trewick Nichols, mining, ss Centre bet Currant and Apricot 

Trewick John, laborer, es 1st Fast bet 1st and 2d South 

Triplett George, cabinetmaker, nw cor Oak and Mountain 

Tripp R B, lawyer, sw cor 3d West and North Temple 

Tripp F L, expressman, nw cor Prospect and Fir 

Trojan O E S, printer, boards Valley House 

Tromp Benjamin, tailor, ss 5th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Trott Robert, gardener, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th Fast 

Troxsler Frank, waiter, ns Oth South bet 7th and 8th East 

Trumbo Mrs Mary, res ss South Temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Tryer K M, porter, ns 7th South bet 2d and 3d West 

Tucker Henry, salesman, ns 1st South bet 9th and ICth East 

Tucker Stephen, farmer, ss 8th South bet 4th and 5th East 

Tucker S F, carpenter, nw cor 4th West and 3d South 

Tucker Samuel S, carpenter, es 1st West bet 2d and 3d South 

Tucker Wm, res ns 1st North bet East Temple aud 1st East 

Tuckett H A, confectioner, ss 1st South bet 8th and Oth East 

Tuckfield Chas B, manufacturer, es 2d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Tuckfield Joseph (Tuckfield & Son) es 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 

Tuckfield Mrs Elizabeth, ^s North Temple bet 2d and 3d West 

Tuft Elvira, Colorado Hou^e, se cor 3d South and 2d East 

Turnbaugh John B, laborer, ws 12th East bet South Temple and 1st S 

Turn bell Frank, farmer, ns7th South bet 2d and 3d West 

Turnbloom L E, tailor, ws Franklin ave bet2d and 3d South 

Turnbridge George, mason, ns 2d South bet llth and 12th East 

Turpin Joseph, laborer, ss 5th Nortn bet 1st and| 3d West 

Tullidge Edward, editor, ss 1st South bot 1st West and West Temple 

Tullidge John (Tullidge & Bow ring) es 1st West bet 3d and 4th South 

Tupper John, electrician, boards Walker House 

Tuttenham Wm, builder, se cor Ash and Wall 

Tut tie Daniel S, bishop, ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th East 

Tuttle Mary A, widow, ss 4th North bet 4th and 5th West 

Tweeder Dorothy, widow, es Maple bet Bluff and Garden 

Twelfth Ward School ss 1st South bet 4th and 5th East 

Twentieth Ward School ns Garden bet Spruce and Fir 

Twenty-first Ward School, ns Fruit bet Ash and Beach 

Twitchell Luther, ns 3d North bet 1st and 3d West 

Twomley Howard, printer, ws 1st Vast bet 1st and 2d South 

Tyler Mrs C L, dressmaker, ws Fast Temple bet 3d and 4th South 

T>ler George, penitentiaiy guard, ns 6th South bet 10th and llth East 

Try on Henry, artist, boatds Valley House 

Tryon Spencer, artist, boards Valley House 



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U S Land Office, ss ad South, bet East and West Temple 

Underbill S E, notary public, ss 1st South, bet 1st West & West Temple >> 

Underwood Annie, widow, s.s 3d North, bet 1st West and Quince : __5 

Unger Sarah M, widow, es 5th West, bet 1st and 2d South ^ 

Uric James, blacksmith, cs 3d West, bet 3d and 3d South * 

Utah Central Depot, nw corner South lemple and 3d West ! rj 

Utah and Nevada Depot, ne corner South Temple and 4th West : * 
Utah Central offices, sw corner 3d West and North Temple 

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Vagalon David, artist, ws 4th East, bet 6th and 7th South ; ^ 

Vahlert J, boards Clift House \ 

Valentine, Christina, widow, ws 4th West, bet S T and 1st South 
Valentine George ,_ res ss 1st South, bet 9th and 10th East ! ** 

Valley House, sw corner West Temple and South Temple X 

Vance Elizabeth, widow, ss 5th South, bet East and West Temple 
Vane J H, clerk D & R G R'wy, boards White House J 

Varnes James A, real estate agent, ws 7th East, bet 3d & 3d South * 

Varney Samuel, pedler. ws 4th West, bet South Temple and 1st South ; ^ 
Vansteeter Joseph, es 1st West, bet 1st and 2d North j * 

Vetter Theodore, surveyor, ss 4th South, bet 6th and 7th East j * 

Vetler L F, (U G Da.-iii & Co) es West Temple, bet 1st South and S T ! ~ 

Vier Wm, butcher, ws 1st West, bet 7th and 8th South ^ 

Vigleney W E, brickmaker, ws 1 >th East, bet South Temple & 1st South % 
Vine George, plasterer, ss 2d South, bet 9th and 10th East ** 

Vincent John, clerk, se corner 4th West and 2d North ^ 

Vincent Herman, laborer, ws 4th East, bet 5th and 6th South 
Vincent Thomas, green grocer, ws 4th East, bet 1st South and S T 
Vincent Milo, clerk, ss 4th North, bet 5th and 6th West 
Vincent Frederick, teacher, ss 3d South, bet llth and 12th East 
Vincent James, clerk, ss 3d South, bet 6th arid 7th East 
Vincent H F, es 4th East, bet 3d and 3d South 
Vinson C H, boards Clift House 

Vogel Herman, brewer, es 5th East, bet 5th and 6th South 
Voss Willis, ws East Temple, bet 7th and 8th South 

VAN AUKIN, DH JAMES R, dentist, ns 1st South, bet 4th & 5th East 8? 
Van Cott Waldemar, teacher, sw corner 7th East and South Temple 
Van Dam Herbert, es ->d West, bet oth and 6th South -, 

Van Dasen B B, mining, ss 5th South, bet 1st West and West. Temple ; p 
Van Enschut J H F, mining, ws 1st West, bet 5th and 6th South 
Van Horn J H, chief clerk Continental 
Van Horn H C, laborer, sw corner 6th South and 1st East 

Van Houghtou Peter, carpenter, se corner Maple and Fruit 

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Van Praag H A, mining, 180 East Temple Street 

Van Streetar H, ws 5th West, bet South Temple and North Temple 

Van Tassell James, carpenter, es 8th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Van Trott Otto, bookkeeper, es 1st East, bet 2d and 3d South 

VanValkenberg Emma, widow, ws 3d West, .bet 2d and 3d South 

VanValkenberg J D, ss 5th South, bet 1st and 2.1 East 

Van Zile P T, lawyer, ss 3d South, bet 1st East and East Temple 

Von Trott O, boards Clift House 

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Wade Alexander, carpenter, ss 7th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Wadland Andrew, laborer, es 1st West bet South Temple and 1st South 

Wanner Henry, brewer, nw cor 1st South and 4th East 

Wagner C, laborer, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Wagner J, boards Clift House 

Wagstaff W, gardener, ns 7th South bet 5th and 6th East 

Wakeman Thomas, laborer, us 5th South bet 5th and 6th East 

Walk Henry, clerk, se cor 3d East and 6th South 

Walker W, weaver, iis 8th South bet 7th and $th East 

Walker Sylvester, gardener, ss 6th South bet 8th and 9th East 

Walksr David, res ns 4th South bet 5th and 6th East 

Walker W S, bookkeeper, iis 5th East bat 1st South and South Templ e 

Walker David, mason, es Itii East bet 4th and 5th South 

Walker Joseph, res ns 3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Walker George, wheelwright, ss 7th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Walker Albert, laborer, ss 7th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Walker Joseph, laborer, es 5th West bet 1st and 2d South 

Walker David, laborer, ns South Temple bet 6th and 7th West 

Walker House, ws East Temple bet 3d and 3d South 

Walker Samuel S, clerk, Clift row, ws West Temple bet 3d & 4th South 

Walker S S, (Walker Bros) ws East Temple bet 4th and 5th South 

Walker D F, (Walker Bros) ns 5th South bet East and West Temple 

Walker M H, (Walker Bros) ws Kast Temple bet 4th and 5th South 

Walker J II, (\\ alker Bros) sw cor 4th South and P^ast Temple 

Walker Henry W, laborer, ns 3J North bet 6th and 7th West 

Wallace C'W, porter, es 3d East bet 5th and 6th South 

Wallace George, merchant, ws 5th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Wallace Mrs Frank, ws 1st West bet South Temp.'e and 1st South 

Wallace Henry, clerk, se cor 4th South and 3d West 

Wallace George B, farmer, es 2d West bet North Temple & 1st North 

Walls Thomas, peddler, es Oak bet Bluff and Garden 

Walsh John, teamster, es llth East bet 6th and 7th South 

Walsh Oliver, merchant, ss 4th South bet 3d and 3d East 

Walsh Henry, plasterer, ss 1st North bet 5th and 6th West 

Walters Henry, shoemaker, ns 3d North bet 8th and 9th West : 



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Walters Harry, teamster, ss 1st North bet 4th and 5th West j g- 

Walton W, laborer, ss 3d South bet Gth and 7th East 

Wanbss J, dairyman, ws 3d West bet 8th pnd 9th South ] _ 

Wandless Charles, tinsmith, ws 1st West bet 5th and Gth South y 

Wannberg W A, furniture, es P ne bet High and Prospect 

Ward Emery, res Wasatch Building 

Ward Ann, widow, ws 4th lv est bet South Temple and 1st South 

Ward Thomas, res ss 2d North bet 7th and 8th West 

Wardell Miorton, res sw cor 8th East and Gth South 

Wardrobe John', carpenter, ns 1st South' bet 2d and 3d East 



Warbrobe Abraham, carpenter, ss Wall bet Pine and Spruce 

Wardrobe John, se cor Pins and Wall | * 

Wardrobe James M, carpenter, ss 2d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Warner August, res ns Gth South bet 1st East and East Temple 

Waring George, res ws Pine bet Bluff' and Garden I hj 

Warnock Robt, agr implements, ns 1st South bet l*t and &l East j grj 

Warren Kate, widow, es West Temple bet 3d and 4th South I ~ 

Warwood John, engineer, ws 1st West bet South Temple a-nd N T 

Washington Ziriah, widow, ss 5th South bet 2d and 3d East < GO 

Wassmer John, carpenter, es 9th East bet 6th and 7th South 

Waters W, laborer, es West Temple bet 1st and 3d South j j-^ 

Watford Frederick, teamster, ss 3-1 North bet 3d and 4th West ; Hrj 

Water Tall Tohn, general merchandise, ws West Temple bet 5th & 6th S M 

Wat kin :;, Edwin, shoemaker, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th East M 

Watmough Mary A E, widow, es Quince bet Plum and Currant j ^Q 

Watson George, res ws 3d East bet 3d and 3d South 

Watson Mrs Ellen, res ws 4th West bet 5th and Gth South I + 

Watson James C, policeman, ws 4th West bet 5th and Gth South j Q 

Watson James, brakesman, es 5th West bet 1st South & South Temple I (p 

Watson Kobert, laborer, es 5th West bet 1st Sonth and South Temple P 

Watson Mrs Margaret, res es 5th West bet 1st South and South Temple j y 

Watson Alexander, laborer, es 5th West bet lit South and South Temple ' p 

Watson Alexander, teamster, ws 3d West bet 4th and 5th South 

Watson Alexander sr, contractor, ws 3d West bet 4th and 5th houth 

Watson W, teamster, ws 3d West bet 5th and 6th South 

Watson John, teamster 31 West bet 5th and 6th South r/2 

WaUon 11, mining, es 3d West bet 4th and 5th South ~ 

Watson Hugh, printer, ns 5th South bet 3d and 4th West p 

Watson Mary, widow, us 5th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Watson Thomas K D, wheelwright, ws Pine bet High and Prospect 

Watson James, (Watson Bros) ws* Quince bet Plum and Currant p 

Watson J B, painter, es 6ih West bet 3d and 4th North 

Watson Joseph M, es Quince bet Plum and Currant 

Watts L, blacksrnUh, es West Temple bet 5th and Gth South 

Watts Thomas, res ss 1st South bet West Temple and East Temple 

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Way man John, res es East Temple bet 6th and 7th South 

Weaver \Vm, clerk, ws 6th East bet 1st ana 2d South 

Webb Mrs Ellen, res ns 1st North bet 8th and Oth East 

Webb C G, res ss 3d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Webb F O, clerk Utah Cen, es oth West bet 1st South and South Temple 

Webb W F, carpenter, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Webber T G, sec and treas Z C M I, ws West Temple bet2d & 3d South 

Webley Frederick, printer, ws 7th West bet 1st and 2J. North 

Weigert A, res Wasatch Building 

Weihe W, musician, ns 3d North bet2d and 3d West 

Weiler Joseph, dairyman, nw cor East Temple and 7th South 

Weiler Jacob, farmer, ns 7th South bet 1st and 2d East 

Weiler E M, farmer, ss 7th South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Weinell John, miller, ns 2d South bet 1st and 2d West 

Weir Frederick, laborer, ss 5th South bet 4th and 5th East 

Welkin C H, res se cor 7th East and Oth South 

Wells Annie, rds ris 4th South bet Oth and 10th East 

Wells Ferris, teamster, ss 1st South bet 6th and 7th East 

Wells Daniel H, res se cor South Temple and East Temple 

Wells Daniel, laborer, boards R K Exchange 

Wells J F, editor Contributor, ns 3d South bet 3d and 4th East 

Wells Hannah, widow, ns 3d South bet 3d and 3d East 

Wells Mrs Emeline, editor Exponent, es 1st East bet 2dand 3d South 

Wells H M, res ns South Temple bet 5th and 6th East 

Wells Phares, carpenter, ss South Temple bet 4th and 5th East 

Wells Mrs Sarah G, res ss North Temple bet 2dand 3d West 

Wenner U G, lawyer, ns South Temple bet 6th and 7th East 

Went worth W E, stonecutter, ss 4th South bet 10th and llth East 

Wesley Dr John, res ss 6th South bet 2d and 3d East 

WESMEli <fc CO, gen'l insurance, over London Bank 

West Charles, laborer, ws 10th East bet 2d and 3d South 

West John W, shoemaker, ws 10th East bet South Temple and 1st S 

West W, es llth East bet South Temple and 1st South 

West Jabez, butcher, ws 8th East bet 1st and d South 

West Jessie, mason, ns 5th South bet 2d and 3d West 

West George, laborer, ws 5th West bet North and South Temple 

West James, laborer, ns 4th North bet2d and 3d West 

Westcoatt Nelson, res ns 3d South bet East Temple and 1st East 

Westcott E W, bridgebuilder, ne cor 4th South and 3d East 

Westenholm Daniel, bookkeeper, es 6th West bet 1st and 3d North 

Westenholm W J, clerk, es 6th West bet 1st and 2d North 



Westerman Jonathan, laborer, ss 3d North bet 3d and 4th West 



CO i Western John, laborer, llth East bet 1st and 2d North 
> i Weston Sarah L, widow, ns North Temple bet 1st West and West Temp 
Westwood W G, shoemaker, ws 10th East bet North and South Temple 

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Westwood Thomas, gardener, ss 1st North bet 5th and 6th West 

Wetzell John, shoemaker, ns 3d South bet 4th and 5th East 

Whale Chrrles, laborer, ns 1st North bet 1st and 2d West 

Wharburton James, jr, blacksmith, es 8th East bet 7th and 8th South 

Wharburton Joseph, brickmaker, ns 7th South bet 7th and 8th East 

Wheeler J G, res ns 4th South bet 1st and 2J. West 

Wheeler Wm, laborer, ns 7th South bet 5th and Gth East 

Wheeler R H, clerk ss 1st South bet 3d and 4th West 

Wheelhouse Frank, res ns 7th South bet 2d and 3d West 

Wheelock R P, res ss oth South bet East Temple ar d West Temple 

Whipple N W, sr, lumberman, ns 3d North bat 4th and 5th West 

Whipple N W, carriagepainter, es 5th West bet 3d and 4th North 

Whist John, laborer, ws 1st West bet 4th and 5th North 

Whist John, jr, shoemaker. \vs 1st West bet 4th and 5th North 

White Wm (White & Son, es 4th West bet 1st and 2d Korth 

White Dr I, res es 1st East bet South Temple and 1st South 

White Elizabeth, widow, sw cor Cherry and Prospect 

White George, harnessmaker, ns Garden bet Elm and Maple 

White John, laborer, ws East Temple bet 7th and 8th South " 

White E M, clerk, ns2d South bet 2d and 3d East 

White W H, laborer, es 1st West b -t 1st and 2d South 

White A C, carpenter, Wasatch Building 

White W W, carpenter, ws 9th East bet 2d and 3d South 

White Sarah M, widow, ws 7th East bet 2d and 3d South 

White John, res es 6th Elastbet 7th and 8th South 

WHITE COTTAGE STOKE (M Barnes, Prop) 19th Ward 

White House, sw cor 2d South and East Temple 

Whitehead George A, res nw cor 3d East and 1st South 

Whitehead Leo S, patternmaker, ws 1st East bet 4th and 5th South 

Whitehead James, ros ss 4th North bet 5th and 6th West 

Whitehill W B, carpenter, es 3d East bet 3d and 4th South 

Whiting Wm, mason, es 5th East bet 5th and Gth South 

Whitney M B, bookkeeper, ss 3d South bet 2d and 3d East 

Whitney H K, clerk, ss North Temple bet East Temple and 1st East 

Whitney Mrs Ellen res ss North Temple bet East Temple and 1st East 

Whitney Warren, painter, ws 1st East bet 1st and 3d South 

Whittaker George, res ss 3J South bet 1st West and West Temple 

Whittaker Isaac, farme-, ns 1st North bet 4th and 5th West 

Whittaker Zenus, laborer, ss 1st North bet 3d and 4th West 

Whittaker Henry, shoemaker, ns South Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Whittemore Richard, typewriter, (E G Dunn & Co) ss 2d S bet 2d & 3d JE 

Whittemore B F, prop li R Exchange 

Whittemore Charles, res ss 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Whittenber C P, carpenter, ne cor High and Elm 

Whittey Wm, gardener, es Fir bet Prospect and High 

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Whittle John, liveryman, ws 1st East bet 6th and 7th South 

Whitworth Jeffrey, grocer, es 2d West bet 5th and 6th North 

Whitworth A tk in sou, manufacturer, ws 3d West bet 5th and Gth North 

Whitworth Sarah widow, sw cor Ash and High 

Whytock James, laborer, es West Temple bet 1st South and South T 

Wiekel John W (Wickel & Son) ws 3d East bet Gth and 7th South 

Wickens James, carpenter, ss 1st south bet 7th and 8th East 

Widerberg Mary, widow, ns Garden bet Elm and Maple 

Widdison Robert, blacksmith, es Gth West bet 3d and 3d North 

Widlison James, blacksmith, S3 cor 6th West and 3d North 

Widdison Wm, laborer, ws Gth West bet 1st and 21 North 

Wiggell Eli, wheelwright, es 7th East bet 3d and 4th South 

Wilcox M E, bookbinder, ws 9th East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Wilcox Walter E, nightwatchrnaii, ns2d South bet 1st and 2d West 

Wilcox branklin A, clerk, ss GLh South b3t E ist and West Temp'.e 

Wilcox Mrs Amanda H, res ss 31 North bst 3d and 4th West 

Wilcox T J, clerk, es Fir bet Fruit and Garden 

Wild Arthur, clerk nw cor Cherry and Fruit 

Wilder E B, mining engineer, ns 4th South bet Gth and 7th East 

Wilding George, laborer, ns 2d North bet 7th and 8th West 

Wilkes Edmund F, es 4th East bet 1st and 3d South 

Wilkie Samuel, blacksmith, nc cor 8th South and West Temple 

Wilkins Mary, widow, es -1th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Wilkius J It, es 1st west bet 1st and 2d South 

Wilkins Mrs Sarah A, ws West Temple bet 7th and 8th South 

Wilkinson W H, clerk, ns 3d South bet 1st and 31 West 

Wilkinson John C, clerk, ws West Temple bet 4 7th and 8th South 

Willamount Mary, widow, ws 3d West bet 1st and 31 South 

Willard H A, res es 4th East bet Gth and 7th South 

Willard Miss L L, arti.st, ws West Temple bet_31 and 3d South 

Willes W, merchant, ns Wall bet Oak and Fir 

Willey Christian, tailor, ws 5th West bet Gth and 7th South 

Williams Samuel, manufacturer, ns 3 a South bat 9th and l)th East 

Williams 13 R, teamster, ws 3d East bet South Temple and 1st South 

Williams K B, res ss North Temple bet 9th and nth East 

Williams Walter W, cabinet maker, ns 2d North bet 9th and 10th East 

Williams W, laborer, ns 7th South bet 7tn and 8th Fast 

Williams Emma H, widow, se cor 8th East and South Temple 

Williams A E, laborer, ss South Temple bet 7th and 8th Fast 

Williams Edward, gardener, ws GLh East bet 3d and 4th South 

Williams Henry F, lawyer, es 5th East bet 4th and 5th South 

Williams Thomas V, bookkeeper, se cor 5th East and 31 South 

Wil'iams John, mason, ns 1st South b n t 3d and 3d East 

Williams Thomas J, stonecutter, es 7th West bet North Temple & 1st N 

Williams Susannah, widow, sw cor 3d East and 3d South 



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Williams T S, expressman, ws 3d East bet 3d and 3-1 South 

Williams F, drayman, es 1st West bet 7th and 8th South 

Williams Ann, widow, es 31 West bet 1st South and South Temple 

Williams W D, clerk, es 1st West bet South Temple & North-Temple 

Williams David, milkman, es 8th West bet North Temple & 3d North 

Williams W N, contractor, West Temple bet South Temple and N T 

Williams A. L, co.-il ag?nt, ws 3d West bat 3d and 4th South 

Williams D I, mason, ws 6:h West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Williams Evan farmer, ws 6th vVest, bet North Temple and 1st North 

Williams P L, lawyer, sw corner Fruit and Fir 

Williams Richard .1, clerk White House 

Williams John, laborer, ss 1st North, bet 7th and 8th West 

Williams Joseph S, blacksmith, se corner Beach and Bluff 

Wilkinson Wm, merchant, nw corner,lst West and 3d South 

Wil iamson John A, laborer, es 1st East > bet 5th and Oth South 

Williamson Dr J M, nw cor 5th South and 1st East 

Williamson J, es West Temple, bet 5th and 6th South 

Willis Ann, widow, ss South Temple, bet 4th and 5th East 

Willoushby John, grocer, ws 10th East, bet South Temple & 1st South 

Wilson Mrs Isabe la, nw corner 7th East and 3d South 

Wilson Mary E, widow, es 4th East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Wil- 01 J B, agent, es 3A Easl, bet 3d and 4lh Sauth 

Wilson Thomas K, clerk, ns -ith South, bet 21 and 3d East 

Wilson I, shoemaker, ws East T ;mple, bet 7th and 8th South 

Wilson Chas, butcher, ss 1st South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Wilson II E, mining, es 1st East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Wilson Binjamin, laborer, us 3d North, bet 13th and 13th East 

Wilson Henry, watchmaker, es Garden, bet 1st and 3d North 

Wilson W, mason, es 6th East, bet 1th and 5th South 

Wilson James T, gardener, ns 8th South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Wilson James B, teacher, ns 8th South, bet 5th and 6th East 

Wilson Frank, laborer, es Oth East, bet 6th and 7ih South 

Wilson W W, lawyer, se corner Fruit and Chestnut 

Wilson W J, carpenter, ws 4th West, bet South Temple and 1st South 

Wilson James, laborer, ws Oak, bet Wall and Prospect 

Wilson Jno K, builder, ws 3d West, bet 1st and 2d South 

Winburg Miss Josephine, dressmaker, es 4th East, bet 3d and'Sd South 

Wimley Amanda, widow, ns South Temple, bet 4th and 5th West 

Winberg A A, editor Bikuben, ws Franklin Ave, bet 2d and 3d South 

Winberg Mrs Andrine, es 1st West, bet 4th and 5th North 

Winder John R, es 3d East, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Winpgar Mary, widow, nw corner 3d West and North Temple 

Winegar Win, res es 5th West, bet 1st and 31 North 

Winegar Annie M, ws 5th West, bet 3d and 4th North 

Winegar Alvin, carpenter, ns 3d North, bet 5th and 6th West 

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Winkless Joseph, mason, ss Gth South, bet 3d and 4th West 

Wise John C, waiter, ss 2d South, bet 1st and 2J West 

Winslow J H, chief clerk Walker House 

Winter Thomas, drayman, nw corner 5th South and 2d West 

Winters George, ne corner Commercial and 2d South 

Winters George, res 1st East, bet 1st and 2d South 

Winters George W, carpenter, ns 1st South bet 2d and 3d West 

Winters Timothy, se cor 7th South and 4th West 

Winters Thomas W, sw cor 7th South and 4th West 

Winters G H, clerk, ns 3d North bet 4th and 5th West 

Wiscom John, agent, ws Maple bet South Temple and Fruit 

Wiscom Mrs JC, widow, es Maple bet South Temple and Fruit 

Wiscom W, clerk, es Maple bet South Temple and Fruit 

Wiscom Walter J (Ireland & Co) sw cor Maple and Prospect 

Wiscom George A, clerk, es Spruce bet Prospect and High 

Witherall J, postalclerk, U C, es West Temple bet 6th and 7th South 

Withers J C, harnessmaker, es 1st West bet 4th and 5th North 

Witzell W A, carpenter, ns 6th South bet 3d and 4th West 

Witzell Erastus, carpenter, ns Gth South bet 3d and 4th West 

Witzell E M, carpenter, ne cor 6th South and 4ih West 

Witzell Owen, agent, es Franklin ave bet 2d and 3d South 

Wollcott Henry, stoncutler, es 1st West bet 2d and 3d South 

Wolfe S H, stonecutter boards Valley House 

Wolton Mark, artist, se cor Prospect and Oak 

Wolz Frederick, clerk, sw cor Cherry and Wall 

Woodbury W M J (Woodbury & Stay) nw cor 6th South and 1st West 

Woodbury Thomas H (\Voodbury & Stay) ns Gth South bet 1st and 2J W 

Woodbury Thomas H, jr, laborer, ns 6^h South bet 1st and 2d West 

Wood Henry, Supt D & H G W, boards Continental^ 

Wood F, laborer, boards R R Exchange 

Woodford Ebenezer, merchant , ws 5th East bet 1st and 2d South 

Woodman J H, bookkeeper, ws 2d East bet 2d and 3d South 

Woodmansee Joseph, clerk, ws West Temple bet 2d and 3d South 

Woodmansee David, shoemaker, ws East Temple bet 7th and 8th S 

Woodmansee Joseph, clerk, ns 3d South bet 1st and 2J West 

Woodruff Wilford, res West Temple bet 1st South and South Temple 

Woods W B, clerk, ws West Temple bet 5th and Gth South 

WOODS JAMES A, merchant, ne cor Gth South and 3d East 

Woods James C, teacher, ns 5th South bet 8th and 9th East 

Woods Harriet, widow, es 5th East bet Gth and 7th South 

Woodward T O, clerk, (G M Scott & Co) 

Woodward C H, carpenter, es 4th East bet 5th and Gth South 

Woodward Samuel, es 5th East bet South Temple and 1st South j g 

Woolley A H, clerk, es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South ; Q 

Woolley T H, mining, es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 



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Woolley S A, farmer, es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Woolley A M, res es 3d East bet 4th and 5th South 

Woolley Wm, farmer, ss 4th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Woolley A D, bookkeeper, ss 4th South bet 3d and 4th East 

Woolley M S, clerk, Locust bet Fruit and Garden 

Woolley Edmund, shoemaker, sw cor 7th South and East Temple 

Woolley Mary A, widow, ss 2d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Woolley Ann E, widow, se cor 3d South and 2d West 

Woolley Wm, laborer, ns 7th South, bet 4th and 5th West 

Woolsey W A, mining, ss 4th South, bet 3d and 3d West 

Wooster S H, mining, boards Valley House 

Workman Joseph, paper hanger, sw corner 6th South and 3d West 

Workman H, cabinet maker, ns 1st West, bet South Temple & 1st South 

World Caleb, res ns North Temple, bet 3d and 3d West 

World J T, ns North Temple, bet 3d and 3d West 

World Harry, clerk, ns North Temple, bet 3d and 3d West 

Worthen Walter, mason , nw corner 3d West and 3d North 

Worthen Heber,' mason, nw corner Walnut and Wall 

Worthen John, mason, es 2d West, bet North and South Temple 

Worthing Henry, mason, es 3d West, bet North and South Temple 

Worthing John, mason, es 3d West, bet North and South Temple 

Worthing Henry, mason, es 10th East, bet 7th and 8th South 

Worthing Amanda, widow, es Oak, bet Wall and Bluff 

Worthington S, cattle dealer, boards White House 

Wright Wm, teamster, es 6th East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Wright George, laborer, se corner 7th East and 4th South 

Wright Robert, gardener, ws 3d East, bet 5th and 6th South 

Wright George, mason, sw corner 6th South aud 3d East 

Wright Caleb,-farmer, ss 6th South, bet 1st and 3d East 

Wright J D, es 1st West, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Wright Chas R, machinist, es 1st East, bet 6th and 7th South 

Wright Frank, mining, ss 3d South, bet 1st and 3d West 

Wright Hannah, widow, es 7th West, bet 1st South and South Temple 

Wright Robert, ss 1st North, bet 8th and 9th West 

Wright A R, ss Prospect, bet Fir and Oak 

Wright Heber, es West Temple, bet 1st and 3d North 

Wright Isaac, laborer, es West Temple, bet 1st and 3d South 

Wyath H M, carpenter, ns 6th South, bet 1st West and West Temple 

Wyatt James, plasterer, ss South Temple, bet 7th and 8th East 

Wylie Alexander, bookkeeper, es West Temple, bet 1st and 2d South 



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Yager Hiram, blacksmith, ns 7th South bet 3d and 4th East ^ 

Yeages B S, carpenter, ws 4th West bet North Temple and 1st North 

Yates Margaret, widow, ne cor 6th West and South Temple V 

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Yearian VY H, (Yearian &Co) ns 3d South bet 1st and 3d West 

Yearsley David, inorchan,t es 1st West 'oet North Temple and 1st North 

Yoder Abe, laborer, es 1st I'ast bet Sd and 3d South 

Young G M, res Wasatch Bui 'ding 

Young Royal B, agent, es l ast Temple bet -1th and 5th South 

Young J O, agent, es Ea-t Temple bet 4th and 5th South 

Young Mrs M V, res ss outh "i'emple bet Fast Temple and W T 

Young Mrs Margaret, na Oth South bet West Temple and 1st West 

Young -Loreni E, widow, ns 1st North bet 1st West and West Temple 

Young D C, res ss North Temple bet Fast Temple and 1st East 

Young A C, bookkeeper, esls Ea-t bet South Temple & North Temple 

Young .John W, cont.v ct >r, es 2d West bet North Temple and S T 

Young Brigham, res s South temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Young L H, res ns * outh Temple bet 1st and 3d East 

Young B S, bookkeeper, res ns -'outh Temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Young H O, U S mes enger. re- us South Temple bet 1st and2d East 

Young Geo C, res ns South Temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Young Jane A, widow, secor P.ne and Bluff' 

Young AlJales, lawyer, nw c r Fruit and Fir 

Young Mrs Jane C, res ns North ! emp'e bee West Temple and E T 

Young J C, res es Centre bet Plum and Apricot 

Young L D (L D & A Young) ns 1st outh bet 2d and 3d West 

Young Amelia, widow, sw cor South Temple and 1st West 

Young Nathan, expressman, ws 1st East bet 5th and 6th South 

Young Heber, bookkeeper, ns South Temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Young LeGrande, attorney, ns South Temple bet 1st and 2d East 

Young Mrs Clara, es 1st East bet 1st South and South Temple 

Young John C, res ss 2d South bet x'd and 3d East 

YOUNG DR. SEYMOEL-: B, ws 4th East bet 1st South and South Temp 

Young Brigham H, res ws 3d East bet 1st and 2d South 

Young Isaac, brakesman, ws Hcl East bet 1st and 2d South 

Young John M, teacher, ss 3d South bet 8th arid 9th East 

Young Sarah, widow, ss 3d South bet 8th and 9th East 

Young H[ O, merchant, ss South Temple bet 8th and 9th East 

Young Mrs Phoebe C, res ws 5th East bet 5th and 6th South 

Youngberg Charles, upholsterer, ws Franklin ave bet 3d and 3d South 

Youngberg Caroline, widow, ss 3d South bet 1st and 2d East 

Youngdale Christina, widow ss South Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Youngdale Willard, musician, ss South Temple bet 1st West and W T 

Yowell Mrs Lizzie, ss 1st South bet East and West Temple 



Zachariah Hulda, ss South Temple bet 1st West and West Temple 

Zeidler Wm, ss 2J South bet "d and 3d East 

Zeigler Samuel, waiter, boards Walker House 

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This Territory is one of the oldest belonging to the United States. 
The tread of the white man, for the purpose of settlement and the per- 
rnancy of modern civilization, first echoed in it in July, 1817, when a 
company of pioneer Americans rested their weary limbs and ended 
their searching pilgrimage, finding a home which they hoped to make 
permanent in the wilderness of these uncultured valleys. It is situated 
between latitude 37 and 42 N, and longitude 100 and 111 W. It is . u 
bounded on the N. by Idaho Territory, N. E. by a portion of Wyoming 
Territory, E. by the State of Colorado, S. by Arizona Territory c.nd W. 
by the State of Nevada. Its general length, N. and S. is about 325 
miles, and its breadth 300 miles, giving a superfices of 34,476 square 
miles, or 54,064,640 acres. It is an immense basin from 4,000 feet to 5,000 
feet above sea level, surrounded by mountains which at some points 
attain the altitude of 8,000 to 12,000 feet. Utah is divided into two un- 
equal parts by the Wasatch mountains running from N. E. to S. W. 
The country East of the Wasatch range is more rugged and mountain- 
us than the portion West of it, and has a greater number of rivers* 
which mostly flow through steep canyon gorges. The country West of 
the Wasatch has a number of disconnected valleys, running generally 
Northerly and Southerly, bounded by low mountains. The South 
East part of the Territory comprises large and undulating plateaus 
Nearly all the rivers of Utah, especially the Western part, empty into 
Great Salt Lake, and have no outlet to the ocean. In the Eastern part , QJ 
the waters flow into Green River, thence into the Colorado River and 
the Pacific Ocean. 

The aspect of the Territory is varied in its appearance, consisting of 
lofty mountains, picturesque and sublime; valleys rich in soil and 
productive in all kii?ds of cereals, fruit and plants; rivers full of life 
and supplying cheering draughts to the parched land ; and lakers of 
beauty and clearness, mirroring the heavens on their bosoms. The 
mountains are ever green with the foliage of the living trees on mil- O 
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cover their heads from the cold blasts of the frosty atmosphere, to melt 
into cheering dr nights, leaping through the canyons in the Spring to 
revive the thirst.> earth. In the bosoms of the mountains are hidden 
the riches of the earth, ail gold, silver, lead, copper, iron, antimony, 
mica, sulphur, salt, and c j.il in abundance are brought out to enrich 
the world, and benefit oar people annually. 

Not only are Utah's mount tins the depository of vast and untold 
riches, its land productive and generous, its air pure and salubrious, 
its streams full of life and its climate clear, elastic and healthful, em- 
bracing a choice variety, suited to the many human temperaments ; 
but the Great Salt Lake is most attractive and wonderful. Fed by the 
various large streams of fresh water, its water is strongly impregnated 
with salt, and has no visible outlet Its length is about 8) miles and 
its breadth 3J miles; but its periphery is very irregular; the surface, 
however, covers about 2, i')0 square miles. It is said by some writers 
that no animal life exists within its waters, but this we think is not 
correct, for nearjthe margin a low state of organic life has been fre- 
quently observed called by some artemia aaiina. This lake is 4,218 ft above 
sea level ; and it is dotted over with nine islands, the largest of which 
is 16 miles in length, a few of them rising 3,OJO feet out of the lake. 
During the summer season tens of thousands of persons visit its shore 
and bathe in its delightful and wholesome waters. 

An analysis of the water made in 1877, by Surgeon Smart, U. S. A., 
showed an imperial gallon to contain about 21>^ ounces of saline mat- 
ter, being about fourteen per centum, as follows : 

Common Salt 11.735 

Lime Carbonate 016 

Lime Sulphate 073 

Epson Salt 1.123 

Chloride of Magnesia 843 

Percentage of Solids 13.790 

Water 86.210 



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It compares with other saline waters, thus: 

WATER. SOL IDS. 

Atlantic Ocean 1)6.5 3.5 

Mediterranean Sea 96.2 3.8 

Dead Sea 76. 24. 

Great Salt Lake 86. 14. 

It was known to exist in 1869, but only by the uncertain description 
gathered from the Indians by Baron La Hortan. Col. J. C. Fremont 
in 1842, floated on its waters in his India-rubber punt, the first, likely, 
in this generatioiijof man that glided over its surface. In 1850, Capt. 
Stansbury explored its shores and Islands, and gave an interesting 
and particular description of it to the world. Utah began to be the 
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exist in every city, and educational interests are discussed every- 
where. The facilities for a good education are within the reach of the 



rested their tired feet on what is now known as Temple block in Salt 
Lake City. Uninviting as the aspect then was. they began at once to 
cultivate the land, and by way of experiment cast in the seed, hoping 
for a harvest. It was then a part of Mexico, but far from the institu. 
tions aud influence or protection of that government. These pioneers, 
however, brought with them the love of their native country and its 
institutions, and proceeded at as early a moment as practicable to 
elect and organize a Provisional Government. They thus governed 
themselves as American citizens from July 1847 to Sep. 9th, 1850, at 
which latter date an Act of Congress was passed organizing Utah Ter 
ritory, their memorial prayer of March 8th, 1849 to Congress for a State 
Gorernment, with the name of DESEKET, having been refused. Thus 
they lived while it was a portion of a Mexican State, and for a time 
when it became the property of the United states under its own gov- 
ernment, without aid or protection but from its own laws and officers. 
From July 1847 it increased in population annually until in 1850 the 
inhabitants numbered 11,380, in 1S8) they numbered 40,373, in 1870 there 
were 88,786, and in 1880 a total of 143,963 souls. From the first the num- 
ber of Indians residing in Utah was inconsiderable. In the first years 
they were very few indeed. It is said by an eye witness that they were 
very low in the scale of being, living on roots, with fruit and small 
game. A cluster of these poor creatures that hovered around Salt 
Lake City, in the winter season, would go of a morning to the Warm 
Springs, strip and warm themselves in the waters, remaining therein 
for hours at a time, until the sun arose pouring out his warmth for 
their saturated skins. 

Throughout the whole territ ory cities, towns and settlements are seen, 
marked with comfortable homes and fruitful gardens. Year after 
year improvements increase, and modern dwellings take the place of 
the former more common houses, giving all an air of comfort, plenty 
and taste. The taxable property of t^e Territory amounts to $30,000,- | uj 
000 ; the rates of taxation are low, and in no State or Territory are they j 
so moderate, yet it is entire'y free from debt. Institutions of learning J3 



poorest citizens. Seminaries, Academies and high schools abound i ^ 

throughout its borders, and colleges, with the University, open their j "* 
doors invitingly to ambitious students. OS 

The various religious denominations are well represented through- 
out the Territory, and many preachers of eminent talent occupy the 
pulpits and work assiduously to lead sinners to righteousness, as well 

as attract numbers to their various faiths. The church of the Latter- j & 

day Saints, as a matter of course, is the most numerous, and meeting ' 3 
houses are erected in all the cities, towns and settlements, where the -. 
Elders discourse and teach every Sunday. There is one Temple fin- >- 

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ished, peculiar to this faith, for the private administration of ordin- 
ances and endowments, said to affect the living and the dead. This is 
not open for services to the public or mixed audiences. The auditori- 
ums of the public preaching of the work, and teaching of the Saints 
consist of tabernacles in the larger towns and meeting houses one 
meeting house, at least, being in every Ward throughout the Territory, 
presided over by a bishop and two counsellors, or assistant-bishops. 
The Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Congregationalists and Methodists 
have houses of worship and organizations in many places, and are act- 
ively engaged in disseminating the principles of their faith in doing 
good, in endeavoring to lead men and women to God, and in estab- 
lishing schools and academies. The Baptist church has hitherto been 
the most unsuccessful of all the Christian churches, but lately has 
shown a praiseworthy persistence in obtaining a position among the 
churches. The Sabbath day is becomingly respected everywhere, not 
only as a secular day of rest its original purpose but to listen to spir 
itual teachings and duties consequent on the position and condition 
of the people, from the lips of those who feel the responsibility of lead- 
ing mankind to walk the divine path to eternal life. 

Kail roads intersect and run parallel with each other to the four car- 
dinal points, and communication with distant parts is easily made ac- 
cessible. 

Previous to the completion of the Pacific Railways, the imports of 
the Territory, from the most careful computation, were near 12,000 
tons yearly, with trifling exports. But the imports and exports, since 
the Union Pacific and Central Pacific and Utah Central Railroads were 
completed in 1839, have increased to the enormous amount of 125,000 
tons annually the classes of goods, produce, minerals and machinery, 
incidental to the growing wants of an increasing community, and the 
patrons of the comforts, wants, tastes and luxury of our advanced civ- 
ilization, and valued at near 23,030.000. 

All the advantages of modern civilization are amongst us, and the 
blessings, comforts and luxuries of the world are laid in our lap speed- 
ily at low figures and deliciously fresh. 



SALT LAKE CITY. 



Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah Territory; and as Paris is said 
to be France, so it may be said of Salt Lake City, that it is Utah. All 
its interests, commerce, arts and developments are centered here. Its 
inhabitants represent all the nationalities that are elsewhere found 
within its borders. The Legislature meets here, and the chief presiding 
authorities of its popular church reside here; and most of the schemes 
and measures, organized for the welfare of the whole, originate and 
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It is situated in the northeast corner of Salt Lake valley and county, 
at the western base or slope of a spur of the Wasatch range of moun- 
tains, running westerly to the river called the Jordan, and about 12 
miles east from the southeast corner lines or shores of the Great Salt 
Lake. The northeastern and eastern wards of this city extend on the 
bench lands or plateaus of the mountains. It is 4,32') feet above the 
level of the sea, surrounded on the east by a range of mountains, their 
rugged and irregular apices ranging from 8,000 to 11,000 feet above 
the sea level or from 2,009 to 7,000 feet above the level of the 
city, rising abruptly from the gently inclining slopes that 
mark the bench lands. The mountains on the northern boundary ap- 
pear much lower and more regular in formation. The west mountains 
or Oquirrh range of the valley are comparatively lower than the east- 
ern, but are about 12 miles south by west of the city. It is located at 
latitude 40. 46' OS," north and west Greenwich longitude 112 03' 08," 
the variation of the magnetic needle at the base meridian being 16 32' 
East. 

The city is laid out in square blocks containing ten acres each, in 
the original nineteen bishops' wards; nine of these blocks forming 
such a ward to the number of seventeen wards; but the 19th ward 
comprises many more of these blocks. The 13th, 20th and 21st wards 
contain blocks of 5 acres each. The streets run east and west, and 
north and south, of course, intersecting at right angles. The streets 
of the 19th ward are 132 feet wide each, with sidewalks of 23 feet wide 
included. The streets of the other wards are narrower as the blocks 
are smaller. On nearly each side of each street is a narrow channel, 
through which flow the limpid waters of City Creek, Red Butte or 
Emigration Canyon, according to the location of those waters. Shade 
trees are planted by the sides of these narrow streams, which are grate- 
ful to the pedestrians who tread the distant localities. The water flow- 
ing so freely, is used for irrigation purposes, for gardens aiid orchards 
throughout the city. The land of the city is cultivated largely in the 
seasons, every house having its little lot and generally orchard, so that, 
in the early summer, from the high or bench land, the whole city looks 
like one vast orchard with bloom and flower, and full of fragrance. 
The streets are named from the Temple block, north and south, east 
and west the Temple block being the south-east block of the 17th 
ward. The streets, in the 20th and 21st wards are named after fruit 
as Pine, Chestnut etc, and Mountain streets, and are narrower. The 
population of Sait Lake City in 1389 was 2),000, and is now about 22,000. 

The city has a very efficient and energetic fire department ; has 
extensive water works, whose mains are laid through the principal 
streets, with a good supply of pure water for culinary purposes and 
protection from tire. The Salt Lake Gas Company has pipes laid 
along many streets; and several stores and street corners hold up the 
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The horse-car railroad company have lines laid from the north- 
west of the city to the south-east, and from north-east to south-west. 
The lines centre al the square of the streets, intersecting at the Deseret 
Bank, Emporium, Kimhall & Lawrence and Godbe blocks corners, run- 
ning in eight different directions, leaving the double line between the 
Emporium and Godbe's corners every half hour, as well as from the 
terminus of each line. These cars are well patronized by the public, 
and the wonder now is, that the large city could do without them so 
long. So popular have they become, that new routes are in contempla- 
tion, and the older ones are lengthening. 
There are several 

PLACES OF INTEREST 

Throughout the city, which invite the visits of strangers, and public 
buildings of note which attract tourists and sight-seekers. The Tem- 
ple block is about the most noted. It is a square of ten acres, sur- 
rounded by a wall 10 feet high, built of adobes, but plastered, and 
with a coping of well cut stone, having a broad gate in the centre of 
each of the north, south, east and west walls. This block contains 
several buildings erected, and in course of erection, in connection with 
the worship and practices of the Latter-Day Saints. 

THK TEMPLE, 

In course of erection, is situated on the eastern part of the block, its 
main entrance, about 25 feet from the wall, directly in the centre, be- 
tween north and south walls. It is 2CO feet in length, east and west, 
and 100 feet wide. The foundation is laid 16 feet below the surface of 
the earth, and is 16 feet in thickness, built of a reddish quartzite, very 
hard and durable. This foundation is built on the most scientific 
principles, in the reversed arch plan, so that the vast weight of the 
great walls may be distributed equally. The walls built on this foun- 
dation are 9 feet 9 inches broad. They are of light-colored gray gran- 
ite, once part of the eternal wal's of the everlasting Wasatch Moun- 
tains, and taken from Little ( ottonwood Canyon, a distance of 18 
miles southeast from the city, brought thither, formerly by oxen, but 
now by rail. On the 14th day of February, 1853, the ground for the 
Temple was consecrated, and on the 6th day of April, 1853, the corner 
stones were laid with solemn and imposing ceremonies. The walls 
are now (1883) raised about 60 feet from the ground, and will be, accord- 
ing to the elevations and ] Ian, 100 feet high. They are 6 feet 6 inches 
thick but will terminate at 5 feet. 

This structure is of elegant design and fine proportions, and will 
bean unique and remarkable building. Three towers will be erected 
on each end ; east and west, the centre ones of which will stand higher 
than its fellows, rising to an altitude of 200 feet. A circular stairway 
in each will wind around a column 4 feet in diameter. From the pres- 
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this edifice will be a marvel of beauty, strength and solidity. The work 
has already cost upwards of $3.000,000, and, it is estimated, cannot be fin- 
ished at less than $10,000,000. It is not designed for public divine services, 
but for ceremonies peculiar to the Latter-Day Saints' faith, such as 
washings, anointings, baptisms, ordinations, sealiugs, prayer circles 
and other rites, both for the living and the dead. These ceremonies 
are now being celebrated in 

THE ENDOWMENT HOUSE, 

Which is situated on the same block, until the Temple is completed 
and dedicated. This house, a plain square building of adobes, 
may be considered as a temporary and miniature temple internally. 

Conspicuous to the eyes of the spectator in glancing over the city, 
from any elevated position, is 

THE TABERNACLE. 

This is erected on the same block, directly west of the Temple. It 
is a remarkable piece of architecture, iii the form of an ellipse or oval, 
its transverse diameter being 233 feet and its conjugate 133 feet, in the 
inside, being 70 feet in height from floor to ceiling. On its 46 pillars 
made of red sandstone, rests its huge roof, rising dome-shape, in form 
of a vast ogee or cyma reversa, without the support of pillars, having 
one single span from end to end and from side to side. This roof is ten 
feet through, made of heavy lattice work, bolted together in the most 
skillful and mechanical manner. A spacious gallery is erected inside, 
occupying about three-fourths of the sides, the west end being occupied 
by the rostrum; this, alone, capable of accommodating 3,750 persons. 
The whole building is said to be capable of seating 13.452 persons* 
There are twenty doors to this edifice, most of which are nine feet 
wide, and the full congregation can effect an exit in one and a half 
minutes. 

In the west end of the interior is the rostrum, the rows of seats in 
the centre being graded for the occupancy of the official authorities of 
the church, from the President to the Bishops. At the rear of the ros- 
trum is the grand organ, and at the sides, in front of which, are seats 
for a choir of a hundred singers. This organ when constructed was the 
largest instrument built in America, and is now the third largest in 
the United States. This instrument was wholly built by Utah artisans 
from material obtained here, with the exception of the metal pipes. 
These pipes number nearly three thousand, the largest of which is two 
feet square and thirty-two feet long. It is thirty feet deep by thirty 
feet wide, rising fifty-eight feet to the summits of the great towers. It 
has three manuals, great and swell, heavily filled. Its tone and volume 
are full and the edifice, so large in its proportions, enable its power to 
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The next building that strikes the eye is 

THE SALT LAKE ASSEMBLT HALL, 

Also erected on this block. It is well-built of granite, squared and 
pointed, and presents a good substantial appearance. It is 12) fee long 
by 68 feet broad, the walls rising 33 feet to the square. The central 
spire is 136 feet in height from the ground and the walls are ornament- 
ed by twenty graceful minarets, each 21 feet high. From floor to ceil- 
ing is 40 feet, and a broad gallery encircles the entire hall. The ceiling 
is adorned with historical and biblical studies in fresco. At the west 
end stands a lino organ and seats for the choristers. It will seat about 
3,500 worshippers, and, being only used for winter and evening meet- 
ings, it is comfortably heated and lighted. The walls are calsomined 
in tints, the wainscotting and seats are well grained and the whole in- 
ternal finish is elaborate and tasteful. This hall cost about 130,000 and 
presents a pleasing appearance. 

THE THEATRE 

Is situated on the corner of First South and First East streets. It is 
built of rock and adobe, with a handsome granite finish, rather after 
the Doric style, having massive cornices and fluted pillars, and is an 
imposing building to the eye. It is 175 feet long and 80 feet wide, and 
from floor to ceiling is about 40 feet high. It is substantially built and 
the stockholders are determined to make it commodious, tasteful, useful 
and safe. The stage is 62 feet deep by 32 feet at the proscenium, fully 
furnished with scenery (some of which display the finest art and im- 
agination and best skill,) traps and properties. This theatre has an 
orchestra, parquette, dress circle, three upper circles and four private 
boxes two of the latter on each side of the proscenium. It will seat 
about 1,500 persons comfortably and is well furnished. It is tastefully 
and elaborately finished, presenting in its ample lighting a rich ap- 
pearance. In all its appointments in dressing rooms, orchestra, stage 
mechanics and property rooms it is equal to any theatre on the con- 
tinent. At the suggestion, and by the instructions of the stockholders, 
of (his grand building, the managers are making many improvements 
and decorations, as rapidly as possible, throughout its entire interior; 
and they purpose to expend on it no less a sum , altogether, than $60,000. 
It is a theatre that the West, and especially Utah, may be justly proud 
of. Some of the most talented and famed artists of America and Eu- 
rope have strutted their brief hours upon this stage, and comedians of 
all comicalities and variable abilities have lived their mimic lives, 
with corresponding applause and laughter, here also. 

The theatre is leased by the popular dramatic caterer and sucessful 
and talented promoter of genuine, entertaining and pure public 
amusements, Mr. J. H. Haverly, Esq., of Chicago. Messrs. H. B. Claw- 
son, John T. Caine and David McKenzie are the careful, wise aud judi- 
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THE CITY HALL, 

Built at a cost of $70,000, stands on the south-east corner of First East 
and First South streets, about 16) feet obliquely from the theatre. It 
is 60 feet square, two stories high, constructed of red sandstone, and is 
surmounted with a clock tower. It contains offices for all the city 
functionaries, from Mayor to Watermaster, including a room for Al- 
derman's or Justice's courts as well as a Council chamber for the City 
Fathers to deliberate therein. The Territorial Legislature meets here 
to enact laws and discuss bills bienially. The City Prison stands at 
the rear of this hall and is also built of red s tndstone, constructed so 
that criminals may not cut through the cement. It is strongly made, 
costing about $40,000. 

THE COUNTY COURT HOUSE 

Is situated on the north-east corner of the intersection of Second West 
and Second South streets. It is a large square building of two stories, 
with a deep basement consisting of several rooms used as cells for 
county prisoners. The foundation and basement are of rock, the walls 
5 | of adobe, plastered. The county officials, namely, the Probate Judge, 
Clerk, Sheriff, Recorder and Assessor and Collector, have offices on 
the floor of the first story. A large, well-lighted, furnished and com- 
modious court-room, with jurors' rooms, cover the second story. It is 
kept in good order and repair, clean and airy. It cost about 23,000. 
THE CHUKCHES. 

As we have said, the Latter-Day Saints meet on Sunday mornings 
and afternoons in the Tabernacle during summer, and in the Assembly 
Hall during the latter part of spring, fall and winter. In every Bish- 
op's ward in the city they also hold meetings every Sunday night, 
either in the school-house of the ward or in a chapel or hall dedicated 
for that purpose. John Taylor and his counselors preside over the 
whole church, but at the Tabernacle or Assembly Hall the Presidency 
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Angus Cannon is President and D. O. Calder and Joseph E. Taylor his 
counselors. 

THE EPISCOPALIANS 

Have a neat cathedral, named St. Mark's, built of red sandstone, solid 
and substantial, with little or no ornamental work on the interior. It 
is comfortably furnished with pew?, and the chancel is neat and pre- 
sents an imposing ecclesiastical appearance. Bishop D. S. Tuttle is 
Rector and the Rev. N. F. Putnam and the Rev. G. D. B. Miller are as- 
sistants. During the year an addition was built to the Cathedral on 
the east side, in which is a magnificent organ and room for the choir. 
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This Cathedral is situate on First South street, between Second and 
Third East streets, north side. This body of Christians has also a very 
neat and imposing church, called St. Paul s, on the south-east corner of 
East Temple and Fourth South streets. It is well fitted up for worship- 
pers, and displays the usual chancel, table and desks for the clergy. 
Rev. Mr. Armstrong is minister. 

THE EPISCOPAL METHODISTS 

Have a fine large church, built of good brick, cruciform in style, with 
stained glass windows, of scriptural designs, The church is two stories 
high, the lower story having good, well lighted and ventilated school- 
rooms and parlors. The Rocky Mountain Seminary is held in these. 
In the upper story is the large auditorium, well seated and comfort- 
able. A good and large organ is erected to the left of the platform or 
desk. The Rev. T. c. IlifT is pastor of this church. 
THE ROMAN CATHOLICS 

Have a good brick building called St. Mary Magdalene. It is pleasrtnt- 
ly situated on Second East between South Temple and First South Sts., 
west side. It is neatly furnished and commodious, and the altar is 
imposing and characteristic of the worship of the old faith. The Rev. 
father Scanlan is pastor, assisted by Rev. Mr. Keiley. 

THE CONGREGATIONALISTS 

Worship in a neat, plain building on Third South street, between 
East and West Temple streets, south side. It is built substantially of 
adobe, but its interior is suitable and comfortable for the worshippers 
and hearers. The Rev. F. T. Lee is pastor. 

THE PRESBYTERIAN 

Church is erected on the north-east corner of Second East and Second 
South streets. It is built of lumber, Gothic windows, a larger and a 
smaller tower, of good proportions and comfortable. The basement 
is built of red sandstone, which is occupied as class rooms and for 
prayer and business meetings in connection with the church. The Rev. 
R. G. McNiece is the pastor. 

THE RE-ORGANIZED CHURCH 

Of the Latter-Day Saints have a small neat brick building, as a chapel, 
a little east of the south-east corner of Second South and Second East 
streets. This is sometimes called the "Josephite" church. Elder 
Joseph Luff is the presiding officer under the authority of Elder W. W. 
Blair, one of the Twelve Apostles of that organization. 

THE BAPTIST CHURCH. 

The Baptists have no church building, but meet in Pendleton's 
^! Hall, west of the Walker Opera House. They have an organization, 
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Meet in St. Mark's Schoolroom, and have service every Sunday. The < jj 

hearers are principally Scandinavian and German. Rev. Mr. Hill is | Q 

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THE LIBERAL INSTITUTE 

Is a fine square building, situated north of the Presbyterian Church. 
Is used for public lectures, especially on Spiritualism, Secularism and 
other subjects not generally treated on in churches. Public meetings, 
political and social, are held in. it. It was built by the out-comers from 
Mormonism, and supplies a want felt in all cities where a free an I lib- 
eral element exists. It i.s well lighted an I pi tinly furnished, and com- 
fortable at all seasons. 

EDUCATIONAL. 

Not only is there a public schoolhouse in every Bishop's ward in 
the city, organized and sustained to impart a rudimental education, 
but there are several excellent institutions and edifices devoted to the 
teaching of the higher branches of learning. These institutions are 
presided over by scholarly gentlemen, of high attainments and exten- 
sive erudition ; their marked ability, for the noble and generous work, 
place them in the front ranks as educators, all graduates of rioted uni- | , 
versities. 

THE DESSRET UNIVERSITY. | ' 

This institution has no permanent building at present, but one is t? 
in course of erection which will be suitable and commodious. We are 
sorry to learn that by some unfortunate misunderstanding with His 
Excellency, the Governor of the Territory, the progress of the building 
was arrested by his refusing to sign, at the last session of the Territor- 
ial Legislature, an economical appropriation for its completion. It is 
to be hoped that no such calamity may befall it next session, which 
will meet in January, 1884. At present the students convene in a large 
building near Union Square. It has an average attendance of 2')0, is 
well supplied with mathematical, philosophical and chemical appar- 
atus, has a valuable cabinet of minerals and curiosities, and has a I p 
library of standard and miscellaneous works, consisting of 2,600 vol- | {*?* 
umes. Professor J. W. Park, M. D., is principal, assisted by Prof, Tor- ! 
onto and Prof. Kingsbury. It is partially supported by fees, but the O 
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progress of the pupils in manners, moials and ability is marked. 

THE SALT LAKE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. 
This school is conducted and supported by the Presbyterian Church. 
It was organized eight years ago, and has at present about 2 JO pupils. 
Though under the charge of this Christian body, it is unseciarian, yet 
moral training is not overlooked, being distinguished for its moral and 
intellectual progress and worth. Prof. J. M. Coyner, Ph. D., an earnest 
and devoted educator, is Superintendent, assisted by talented and 
learned teachers, graduates of the best colleges in the United States. 
This body of Christians have opened free schools in other parts of the 
city, where all who apply will receive the beneiit of a free tuition. 
They are in charge of educated and experienced teachers. 

SALT LAKE ACADEMY 

Is connected with the Congregational Church in Utah, but under the 
protection of the New West Educational Association. It convenes, at 
present, in Independence Hall; but an elegant building, nearly fin- 



ST. MARK'S SCHOOL. 

This educational institution was opened in 1867, and is under the 
auspices of the Protestant Episcopal Church. It has an average at- 
tendance of 350 pupils, classified in e'even grades, having an efficient 
tutor over each grade. The school in some departments is held in St. 
Mark's school, a large two-story building, with good light and commo- 
dious rooms, situated nearly opposite the City Hall ; other depart- 
ment meet in the basement of the Cathedral, and still other classes in 
Rowland Hal!, in the 18th Bisho '.< Ward. This hall was built i i 
1381, was the gift of Mrs. Benjamin Rowland of Philadelphia, bestowed 
pnd erected in memory of her late husband. The whole is under the su- 
pervision of Rt. Rev. Bishop D. S. Tattle, of the Diocese of Utah, and 
Idaho. Rev. G. D. B. Miller is Principal, assisted by a corps of profi- 
cient professors and tuto"rs. 

ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, 

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grounds are ample, and under the supervision of the devoted and self- j ^0 
sacrificing "Sisters," arc neat and tastefully kept. It has 110 young 
lady pupils, boarders, and 150 day pupils, trom this and adjacent ter- 
ritories. On the same grounds and nearly adjoining, is St. Joseph, ?3 
conducted under the same thoughtful direction of the Sisters, and is 
characterized with good discipline and moral and intellectual train- 
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ished, called Hammond Hall, in the Ninth Ward, will be opened in a 
few weeks for its use. It will be classified in the several grades of 
study and will possess every advantage which mark similar Institu- 
tions in the Eastern States. Prof. E. Benner is Superintendent, and 
is assisted by professors and tutors of high standing, superior ability 
and great professional experience, which make them successful and 
respected. Other schools, in connection with this movement, are or- 
ganized in several wards of the city, where all applicants may receive 
instructions free, under teachers of peculiar efficiency. 

THE SALT LAKE SEMINARY 

Is organized under the care of the Methodist Episcopal Church, situat- 
ed on Third South, between East Temple and First East streets, north 
side. ]t convenes in the ground story of the church edifice. The sem- 
inary is in a prosperous condition, and the oversight of the acting prin- 
cipal, Prof. T. W. Lincoln, assisted by able and experienced teachers. 
It is purposed to have a college grow out of this seminary. The Wo- 
man's Home Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church 
patronizes this institution, and it is expected that this year there will 
be erected a large building on the grounds for the boarding of pupils. 
The sum of 5,000 has been raised already in the East for that purpose, 
by the society, and nothing shall detract from its being as excellent an 
institution as means and ability can accomplish. 

THE HEBHEWS 

Have erected in this city, corner of First West and Third South streets, 
a handsome, cheerful and commodious school house, open for all coin- 
ers, especially for the sons and daughters of the members of that 
church. 

Private schools are common in the wards, and are well patronized' 
The ladies and gentlemen devoted to this work are persons of distinc- 
tion and are much encouraged in the good enterprises. 

The citizens of Salt Lake City are universally interested in the ed 
ucation of their children, and year after year greater facilities are of- 
fered for the acquisition of the broadest, highest and complete culture 
that these institutions can afford. Most of the teachers are graduates 
from the best colleges, and not a few from the ormal department 
of Deseret University. 

BENEVOLENT SECRET SOCIETIES. 

These institutions are very popular in the city, not only are they 
esteemed for the charitable uses for which they are organize 1, bat they 
collect together a number of men of high standing in morals, and of 
vigorous health. The spirit of the institutions is broad and liberal, 
and the duties and objects are very generously and faithfully executed, 



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THE FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, 

Or Free Masons, have a Grand Lodge, organized January 16th, 1872, 
which meets the second Tuesday in November annually, governing 
seven subordinate lodges, three of which a?e organized in Salt Lake 
City as follows : 

THE WASATCH LODGE OF A. F. & A. M. NO. I. 
Regular meetings the second Friday in each month, at Masonic 
Hall 011 East Temple street. 

MOUNT MORTAH LODGE, NO. II. 

Regular meetings the second Monday in each month, at Masonic 
Hall. 

ARGKNTA LODGE, NO. III. 

Regular meetings the first Tuesday in each month, at Masonic Hall. 
In connection with Free Masonry, though not governed by the 
Grand Lodge, yet members must be associated w.th some subordinate 
lodge, are 

UTAH ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, NO. I. 

Regular convocations the first Wednesday in each month at Ma- 
sonic Hall. And the 

UTAH COMMANDERY NO. I. 

Knights Templar, regular conclaves the first Thursday in each 
month at Masonic Hall. 

THE MASONIC HALL 

Is beautifully furnished, and comfortable as a lady's parlor. The ceil- 
ing is elaborately furnished with paintings illustrating the several de- 
grees of Masonry, and incidents in connection w r ith the history and 
degrees of the mystic tie. 

THE GRAND LODGE 

Of Masons has a large room fitted up comfortably as a library and 
reading room, open to the public daily, free, for reading and circula- 
tion. The library contains about 6,000 volumes, and periodicals from 
the most important cities of the Union. 

THE ODD FELLOWS. 

This excellent order has rooms beautifully fitted up in the stories 
over the Deseret National Bank, In Salt Lake City they have three 
lodges. 

UTAH LODGE, NO. 1. Meets every Thursday at 7. 30, p. m., in rooms 
over G. M. Scott & Co's store, on East Temple street. 

SALT LAKE LODGE NO. 2. o. F. Meets every Friday at 7,30 p. m., 
over Deseret Bank. 

JORDON LODGE NO. 3, O F., 
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cellent order, meeting regularly at their several balls and rooms. 
NEWSPAPER OFFICES. 

There are four daily papers issued in the city "The Deseret F.ve- 
ning News," "The Salt Lake Daily Herald" (morning issue,) "The Salt 
Lake Daily Tribune" (morning issue) and "The Evening Chronicle." 
Besides these are several weekly and monthly papers, namely the 
* k Bikuben," (Scandinavian) a weekly* the "Woman's Exponent," a 
bi-weekly, the "Juvenile Instructor," a bi-weekly, the "Rocky Moun- 
tain Christian Advocate," a monthly religious paper, the ''Utah 
Commercial," a monthly, the "Contributor," a monthly, ^Tfce 
Deseret Home," a monthly, and "Tullidge's Quarterly." 

The public are always apprised of the various amusements that are 
open by the daily publication of the "Salt Lake Theatre Programme," 
and the ^Operascope." 

THE vVALKER OPERA HOUSE. 

This beautiful structure is situated a few yards west of the Walker 
Bros' Bank, and was erected in 1882 by that firm. It has a fine, impos- 
ing front, and an attractive appearance. Two stories and a lofty base- 
ment appear in front. One store on each side of the large and com- 
modious doorway, and the stories above are occupied by Knights of 
Pythias and other benevolent societies. The Opera House is a mag- 
nificent building,.165 feet long, 67 feet wide, and 60 feet from floor to 
ceiling. The interior is highly ornamented and gorgeously decorated, 
having a pleasing effect on all who enter. It has a large stage, supplied 
with fine scenery and the necessary machinery, traps and properties, 
making it effective for all demands. The drop scene is a beautiful 
work of art, and the fancy sketch above the scene on the permanent 
wall is very pleasing. It has a parquette, dress circle, two upper cir- 
cles, and three private circles each side of the proscenium. It has also 
a spacious orchestra, and every appointment necessary for a desirable 
theatre. It is pretty, commodious and very popular, not being sur- 
passed by any house west of the Rocky Mountains. The proprietors 
will make it in every way a desirable place for the lovers of the divine 

art. 

It is under the able, careful and generous management of Dr. D. 
Banks McKenzie and is often engaged or given for the popular Sunday 
evening lectures, through his influence and urbanity. 



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It is a most pleasant drive to start from Main street through to the 
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streets of the north bench, to descend again to South Temple street at 
a point near the eastern limits of the city. Continue thence due east, 
ascending to the eastern bench, and a short drive of a little more than 
a mile brings you to 

FORT DOUGLAS. 

This delightful fort is the principal military post in Utah. During 
the last few years it has been entirely rebuilt, and the old log barracks 
and weather-board quarters have been replaced by stout and comfort, 
able buildings of a pink sandstone that forms the bluffs overlooking 
the camp. The officers' residences have been arranged in a handsome 
crescent at the head of the level parade ground, and afford a splendid 
view of the neighboring city and the whole broad and magnificent 
valley. The post is under the command of Col. Alexander M. McCook, 
an officer of the Sixth Infantry, a large portion of his regiment being 
statiored here. Driving through the fort and past the military ceme. 
tery, the traveller will enjoy thepleasant hill and dale country beyond; 
especially as he will speedily be brought up short at 
WAGNER'S BREWERY. 

This tine property possesses interest aside from the sparkling bev- 
erage which we will admit to be its chief attraction. It is one of the 
largest breweries in the west, is orderly and clean and produces beer of 
excellent quality. Being about 4 miles from the city, it offers a good 
turning point in a pleasant drive. The road home can be varied adinfi- 
nitunt, and can be made to take in 

FULLER'S HILL. 

Take either the llth Ward or 1st Ward cars, starting from the "Em- 
porium" corner every .half hour. Ask the driver to put you off at Ful- 
ler's Hill. Here can be found all kinds of out-door games, swings, cro- 
quets, etc., including a camera obscura. The prettiest view of Salt 
Lake City can be had from Fuller's Hill, and the gardens are well worth 
visiting. They can be reached by an easy carriage drive. 

Another drive is to take the State road for two and one-half miles 
southward, turn the next corner for the east, next corner for the south 
driving as far as Winder's farm; then turn again to the east and the 
traveller will soon reach 

CALDER'S FARM. 

This pleasant resort is between four and five miles from the city. 
It is cool, verdant and delightful. There is a large lake with boats' 
swings, groves, etc. Admission 25 cents. 

The traveller can vary his return home by coming through the 
fields, avoiding the State road and leaving it to the west. 

Still another drive is to go due north from the Walker House over 
the hill to the Warm Sulphur Baths. On the way, a charming view of 
the city and surrounding country is obtained from a commanding 

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point of view. The drive may be continued over a moderately inter- 
esting road*, along the base of the Wasatch mountains, past the Hot 
Spring lake to the Hot Springs themselves, which, although more pic- 
turesque, differ in no wise from those at the Baths except by their in- 
creased heat. They are 3% miles from the city. 

WHEKE TO WALK OB RIDE. 

It is, of course, very evident that a horseman or a pedestrian, if he 
be a good walker, can go to any of the places above mentioned. There 
are, however, other interesting routes accessible to him that the driver 
cannot well reach. 

After going a block north of the Temple, on Main street, strike for 
the hill on the right and pursue the wagon road that winds along the 
edge of City Creek canyon, to the top of 

ENSIGN PEAK. 

This is a rounded knoll, easily accessible, whose summit isl,2DOfeet 
above the city. From this elevated position, a most magnificent range 
is visible. On a clear day, Mount Nebo, the highest peak of the Wa- 
satch, 90 miles due south, can be seen. The view extends to almost an 
equal distance to the north. Westward, it takes in nearly all of the 
Great Salt Lake, with its islands, and affords a glimpse of the Great 
American desert. The summit of Ensign peak is not more than two 
miles north of the city, and it is of peculiar historical interest. It is 
said that years before the pioneers first saw this valley, it had been 
seen in a vision by the Prophet, Joseph Smith, who saw the *' Standard 
of Zion" unfurled on this same Ensign peak. Hence its name. 

A more difficult and extended mountain climb is to the summit of 

BLACK MOUNTAIN, 

Whose top can be seen, covered with pines, north east of the city. It 
appears rather a hazardous attempt on horseback, but the writer and 
many others have climbed these steeps in that manner more than 
once and have been amply repaid by the extraordinary magnificence 
of the view. To attempt it, gain the ridge of City Creek canyon on the 
hills above the 23th Ward bench and from thence take a natural and 
easy trail almost to the summit. A little climb, and as the top is 
neared, a lovely view of enormous range bursts on the adventurer's as- 
tonished gaze. We shall not attempt to describe it. It takes in scores 
of miles in every direction and gives at once a comprehensive panor. 
ama of the region. The summit is about 8,500 feet above and 5 miles 
north-east of the city. 

Those who prefer a walk or ride that involves less climbing, will 
find a charming road up the canyon of City creek, north of the city. 
Entering Eagle Gate, the road gains beauty at every step until it cul- 
minates at a point about 8 miles north of the city. The road is good 
for horsemen and is traveled constantly by wagons; but is not suitable 
for pleasure driving, being somewhat rough. 
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lon't forget that Hardy Bros- & Burton hava A well selected stock of Dry Gtoodf 



California Lasso Saddles, W.L. Pickard, Salt Lake Citj. 

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PLEASANT RESORTS. 

BIG COTTON WOOD CAN YON. 

A most pleasing summer trip, which can be made in from three 
days to a week, is an excursion on horseback to the series of small 
lakes at the head of Big Cottonwood Canyon, in the Wasatch Moun- J?Q 
tains. The direction from the city is south-east and the round trip is Q 
one of about fifty miles. At the canyon head, in summer, Mr. Brighton 
has a hotel, affording good accommodation, or the margin of Trout 
Lake. The visitor can here spend a few days very pleasantly, away j QQ 
from the dust and heat of the city, among swarthy pines and eternal ! ^ 
snows. Short walksor rides of a few miles can be made in several i J3 
directions to advantage, the most pleasing being that to Lakes Phoebe, j P* 
Mary, Martha and Katrina, which lie linked among the highest peaks. ' Q 
They are surrounded by scenes of surpassing beauty and grandeur that ; [ij 
call forth the highest sentiments of admiration. \ ty 

LITTLE COTTONWOOD. 

This canyon contains also some fine natural scenery, bat cannot \ ~ 

boast of such picturesque views as its more formidable neighbor. Its JQ 

summit is more easily reached, however, being connected by rail M 

from this city. From Alta, the terminus of the road, a trail of six Q 

miles over the divide, leads to Brighton's above mentioned. A good \ <^ 

trip for a party of horsemen is to go up one canyon and down the M 

other, making a trip of about seventy -five miles, lasting four or five i QQ 

days, and taking in some of the best scenery our mountains afford. : ^ 

PARLEY'S PARK. 

A third mountain jaunt is up Parley's Canyon, anothe r pass whose ! Q 
entrance is in the sari) e direction as the others but only about seven Q 
miles distant. It leads to Parley's Park, about twenty-five miles from 
here, on the eastern side of the range seen from the city. A good wagon O 
or buggy road extends all the way, and the attraction in the Park is 2 
good fishing and hunting, pleasant drives and good fare at Kimball's *A 
Hotel. A daily stage connects this resort with the city. 



AMERICAN FORK CANYON. j 

Take the 7 a. m. Utah Southern train to American Fork, a village 
thirty-four miles south of this city, in Utah Valley Fare $1.80. From 
this point will be obtained a splendid view of Utah Lake, a beautiful 
sheet of fresh water 235 miles square At the town put yourself under 
the guidance of Eiobert Kepperneck, proprietor of the '* American 
Fork House," and from him hire horses, or any other conveyance, 
for the roads are first-class, and visit the famous American Fork Can- 
yon which has been justly termed the Yoseinite of Utah. It is the 



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You can save lOper cent by buying Clothing- at L. Goldberg's 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WX. Pickard, Salt Lake 

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series of natural wonders. u Towers, battlements, shattered castles ^5 
and the images of mighty sentinels," a writer says, "exhibit their 
outlines against the sky. Rocks, twisted, gnarled and distorted ; here 

a mass like the skeleton of some colossal tree which lightning had ^j 

wrenched and burnt to fixed cinder; there another, vast aud over- M 

hanging, apparently crumbling and thereatening to fall in ruin." The I .. 

most striking portion of the pass is included in the first twelve miles K 

from the town and expedition would enable the sight-seer to return in g 

time to take the home train which leaves American Fork City at 4.34 \ ~j 
p. m. 

Other trips can be made in various directions, but we have pointed j GO 

out the more interesting of the mountain scenery surrounding the ' 

city. ; ^ 

GREAT SALT LAKE. | H 

Probably the most interesting feature of this entire region, certain- j 
ly the most famous, is the Great Salt Lake itself, which is, at its near- 



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est point, about nine miles distant from the city, but, owing to 
the marshy character of its shores it is not easily accessible at this 
point. The easiest methods of communication are either by the Utah 
Western Railway, or the Utah Central, the former running westward 
to Lake Point, Garfield and Black Rock, the latter northerly to Lake 
Shore. Bathing in Salt Lake is a most novel and pleasing experience. 
It is impossible to sink, Hie water is so dense and buoyant. The con- 
stant tendency, however, is for the head to go under, while the feet re- 
main at the surface. But, with very little practice, men, women and 
children grow accustomed to its peculiarities, and during the warm 
summer months, resort to it in great numbers daily, and find in its 
waters a great source of exhilaration and refreshment. The surround- 
ings of the lake on its southern extremity are picturesque; but at 
other points the shores are a picture of utter desolation. 

FISHING AND HUNTING. 

The canyon streams that surround the city are always, in season, 
well stocked with trout, and are annually the resort of professional 
and amateur anglers. It is useless to particularize, for City Creek, 
Parley's, Mill Creek, Big and Little Cottonwood, American Fork and 
Provo Canyons all have their quota of the finny tribe. 

Those nimrodswho are contented with small game will find their 
quarry on the plains over Jordan river, in the fall of the year. Hares 
and jack rabbits are there in abundance. In the oak brush around 
the neighboring foot hills are prairie chickens; and higher in the 
mountains are pine hens. Larger game, such as deer, is rare, although 
in early winter they are frequently seen in goodly numbers in the 
mountains. Bears actually infest the mountains in the north-eastern 
and some other portions of the Territory. 

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DIGEST OF COMMERCIAL LAW OF UTAH. 



COMPILED BY S. W. DARKE A CO, 



ACTIONS. 

Actions for the recovery t>f real estate or interest therein, or for the 
determination In any form of such right or interest; or for injury to 
real property; for the partition thereof, for the foreclosure of a mort- 
gage or other lien ; must be brought in the county in which the land 
or some part thereof is situated. In all other cases the action shall be tried 
the county where cause of action originated or in which the defend- 
ants or any one of them may reside at the commencement of the ac- 
tion; or if none of the defendants reside in the Territory, or if residing 
in the Territory the county in which they reside be unknown to the 
plaintiff, the cause may be tried in any county which the plaintiff 
may designate in the complaint. 

ARRESTS. 

No arrest in civil cases except when the defendant is about to leave 
the Territory with intent to defraud creditors; when the property on 
which action has been brought to recover possession has been concealed 
or disposed of; when the defendant has been guilty of a fraud in con- 
tracting the debt ; when the defendant has fraudulently converted to 
his own use money or other property of which he had charge. 
ATTACHMENTS. 

By filing bond of not less than two hundred dollars, nor exceeding 
the amount claimed, the plaintiff may have an attachment against 
the property of the defendant, both real and personal, and debts due 
defendant, except such as are exempt from execution. 

CLAIMS AGAINST DECEASED PERSONS. 

All claims not presented within ten months after the first publica- 
tion of the notice of the executors shall be forever barred ; except 
when at time of publication the claim be not then due ; or if it be con- 
tingent it may be presented within ten months after it became due 
or absolute ; or when the claimant had no notice by reason of not be- 
ing a resident of the Territory, it may be presented any time before a 
decree of distribution is entered. 

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Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jolted by W. L. Picfcard. Salt Lake City. 

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CORPORATIONS. 

All corporations for mining, manufacturing, commercial or other 
industrial pursuits must be organized under the general laws of the 
Territory. 

CONVEYANCES 

By deed must be signed by the person from whom the estate or in- 
terest is intended to pass, or his lawful agent or attorney, and by one or 
more credible witnesses, and must be acknowledged or proved and 
recorded in the office of the recorder for the county in which the estate 
is situated. Every conveyance of real estate not recorded is void as 
against any subsequent purchaser in good faith, and for a valu- 
able consideration, of the same real estate or any portion thereof, 
where his conveyance is first duly recorded. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 

Proof or acknowledgments of any conveyance of real estate made 
in this Territory must be taken before and certified to by some judge 
or clerk of a court having a seal, or some notary public or county 
recorder, or by a justice of the peace of the county where the convey, 
ance is executed and to be recorded. When any of these officers are 
authorized by law to appoint a deputy such acknowledgment or proof 
may be taken by any such deputy in the name of his principal. A 
married woman may convey any of her real estate, or any interest 
therein by conveyance thereof, executed, acknowledged and certified 
to, in the same manner as other persons. 
DEPOSITIONS. 

Depositions must be taken in this Territory before a judge or clerk 
of a court, or a justice of the peace or notary public. Notice of the time 
and place of examination must be served iipon the adverse party. 
Such notice must be at least five days, except the judge of the court 
giving the order to take the deposition shall for a cause shown pre- 
scribe a shorter time. 

TESTIMONY. 

A person against whom judgment has been rendered upon a con- 
viction for felony, unless pardoned by the Governor, or unless the 
judgment has been reversed on appeal, cannot appear as a witness. A 
husband cannot be a witness for or against his wife, nor a wife for or 
against her husband; nor can either during the marriage or after- 
wards, be, without the consent of the other, examined as to any com- 
munication made by one to the other during the marriage. This rule 
does not apply to any action or proceeding brought by one against the 
other, 

DIVORCE. 

The Probate courts have jurisdiction in divorce and alimony, and 
actions must be brought in the court for the county in which plaintiff 

. f oldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake 

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resides. The petition for a bill of divorce must be in writing, upon 
oath or affirmation. The courts may decree divorces from the bonds 
of matrimony for any of the following causes: impotency of the defend- 
ant at the time of marriage; adultery committed subsequent to mar- 
riage, wijlful desertion for more than a iyear; habitual drunkenness 
subsequent to marriage; conviction lor felony; inhuman treatment and 
neglect to provide common necessaries. No right of dower exists in 
this;Territory. 

FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES. 

Every conveyance of any real estate or interest in lands, or the 
rents or profits of lands, and every charge upon lands, or the rents or 
profits thereof, made or created with intent to defraud prior or 
subsequent purchasers thereof for a valuable consideration, unless ac- 
companied by an immediate and actual change of possession, is void 
as against such purchasers. All deeds ot gift, all conveyances, trans- 
fers or assignments, verbal or written, of goods, chattels or things in 
action made in trust for the use of the person making the same, is void 
as against the creditors existing or subsequent of such person. Every 
contract for the sale of any goods, chattels or things in action, for the 
price of three hundred dollars or over, is void unless a note or memo- 
randum of such contract be made in writing and subscribed by th e 
parties to be charged therewith, or unless the buyer shall accept or re- 
ceive part of such goods, or the evidences, or some of the things in ac- 
tion; or unless the buyer shall at the time pay some part of the pur- 
chase money. 

EXECUTIONS. 

Executions may issue from courts of record withirj three years from 
the rendition of judgment, and any property sold on an execution may 
be redeemed within six months after sale on paying the purchaser the 
amount of his purchase with six per cent, interest in addition, together 
with any assessment or taxes the purchaser may have paid thereon. 
The folio wing properly is exempt: chairs, tables, desks and books to 
the value of $100; necessary household, table and kitchen furniture; 
wearing apparel; one bed and bedstead and the necessary bedding for 
every two members of the family; provisions and fuel for sixty days; 
the farming utensils and implements of husbandry; two oxen, horses 
or mules, and their harness; one cow and calf for every five persons in 
the family, with their food for sixty days; and one cart or wagon; 
the tools of a mechanic; the instruments and chests of a surgeon, phys- 
ician, surveyor or dentist, with their professional libraries; the law li- 
brary of an attorney and the libraries of clergymen; the tent or cabin 

^i | of a miner, and necessary tools used in mining not exceeding $400, and 
j provisions for sixty days; the team and cart or wagon of a person who 

. | earns his living by their labor, aud their food for sixty days; the horse, 
^ | harness and vehicle of a physician, surgeon or clergyman; the sewing 

5 ! machine in actual use by the debtor or his family. If the debtor be the 



L. Goldberg 1 has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Fickard, Salt Lake. 






Digest of Ltah Laws. 201 3 



head of a family, a further exemption is made of five sheep and their 
wool for every person in his family; two hogs and three pigs, and the 
necessary food for them for sixty days; all flax raised by the family, 
and the manufactures therefrom for their own use; the earnings of 
snch debtor by his personal services for sixty days next preceding the 
levy to the amount of $100; a homestead not exceeding in value $1,000, 
and $25} for each other member of the family. No property owned by 

non-residents is exempt, 

JURISDICTION. 

Justices' courts have jurisdiction: where the amount involved does 
not exceed SWO; in an action arising on contract for the recovery of 
money; in an action for damages for injury to the person or property, 
or for taking or detaining personal property; in an action for a fine, 
penalty or forfeiture; in an action upon a surety, bond or undertaking, 
or in an action to recover possession of personal property, and of suits 
for the collection of taxes; in actions for the possession of lands or ten- 
ements when the relation of landlord and tenant exists. Probate 
courts have jurisdiction in. all matters relating to the settlement of th -i 
estates of decedents; in matters of guardianship and in granting divorc" 
es and alimony. District courts have jurisdiction in proceedings quo 
ivarranto^ mandamus, in all suits or proceedings in chancery, in all ac- 
tions at Jaw in which the sum or value of the thing in controversy 
shall be 1300 or upwards; in all controversies where the tit.e, possession 
or boundaries of land or mines or mining claims shall be in dispute* 
whatever their value; in suits for divorce and of habeas corpus. The Su- 
preme Court has jurisdiction in all cases of appeal and proceeding in 
error from the District Courts. 

LIENS. 

Any person who shall, under contract from the owner, or his agent, ' 
of any building or other improvement, perform any labor upon or fur- 
nish any material for the construction or repairing of such building or 
improvement, shall have a lien upon such building or improvement 
.and tha right of possession of the ground upon which the same is situ- 
ated, with right of way to and from the same. Any sub-contractor, 
journeyman or laborer employed in the construction or repairing of 
any building or improvement, or in furnishing any material for the 
same, may give the owner notice in writing, setting forth the amount 
of his claim and the service rendered for which his employer is indebt- 
ed to him and that he holds the owner responsible for the same, where- 
upon the owner of the building or other improvement shall be liable 
for the claim if indebted to the employee for the amount; if not, then 
for the amount due from him to the said employee at the time the no- 
tice was given. All baggage, goods and effects of every person board- 
ing or lodging at a hotel, inn or boarding house, shall be subject to the 
lien of such hotel, inn or boarding-house keeper. Sales of such effects 
must be at public auction. g 

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Bardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & SlotMns 

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LIMITATIONS. 



possession thereof. Actions upon judgment or decree of court must be 
brought within five years. Actions upon any contract, obligation or 
liability founded on a written instrument must be brought within four 
years. Actions upon an open account for goods or merchandise must 
be brought within two years. 



Green Groceries, Poultry* Game a_nd Fish in season, Flour, Grain and 
Feed. Bof Orders promptly rilled. Free delivery to any part 

of the city. Telephonic connection. 
70 FIRST SOI Til STRfciET, opp. Salt Lake, Theatre. 



OKCA.S, F. "WEBBER, 

Successor to W. S. CLAYS. 



CANNED GOODS, CALIFORNIA AND UTAH FRUITS 
VEGETABLES, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 



85T The Famous GRIZZLY, Boss 5c. Ci^ar. ~^a 

33 Second South St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries, 

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Actions to enforce mechanics' or laborers' liens must be brought 

within one year from the completion of the work. Actions for the re | 

covery ot real property, or the possession thereof, must be brought j Q 

within seven years from the date of losing such real prapeity or the | H 






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Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, ' 









239 MAIN STREET, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
T. C. Armstrong, Sr. E. L. Buttcrfield. 

ARMSTRONG & BUTTERFIELD, 

Real Estate. Loan and Collection Agents. 

Notaries Public and Insurance Agency. 

1330 Kimball Block, First South St., Opp. Continental Hotel, 
SALT LA KB: CITY. 

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L. GOLDJBKKO, LEADING CLOTIIfKR, Salt JLake City, 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Pickard, Salt Laka 

METROPOLITAN HOTEL, 

Corner West Temtile and, Third South Streets- 
SALT LAKE CITY* 



OPENED JUNE 1ST, 1883. 



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Everything Srictly First Class. 

$2.OO to $2.5O per day. 

I,. SIMONS, Proprietor. 

Jas. Thomson. C. J. Thomson. 

THOMSON'S 

Real Estate and Loan Agency. 

HOUSES RENTED & COLLECTIONS MADE, 

Money Loaned on Real Estate and Collaterals. 



ALL, BUSINESS ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY. 

No. 1233 First South Street, west of Main, 
P. O. Box 951, SALT LAKE CITY. 



Contractors for sinking Common or Flowing 
Wells. Bad water curbed out. All kinds of pumps and 
Windmills for sale. 



9on*t forget that Hardy Bros- 4 Burton hua * well selected stock of Dry Goo If 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Fickard's. 

|f; ESTABLISHED 1852. 

Lloyd Tevis, President, San Francisco. I J. PJ. Dooly, Agent, 

H. Wadsworth, Treasurer, " Salt Lake City. 

Capital $6,25O,OOO. Surplus $2,045,465. 

WelLs, Fargo & Co's Bank, 

EXCHANGE, BANKING AND EXPRESS CO. 

San Francisco, (Parent Bank) - - H. Wadsworth, Treasurer. 

New York, 65 Broadway, (Branch Bank) - H. B. Parsons, Agent. 
Virginia, Nevada, - " " C. C. Pendegast, Agent. 

Carson City, Nevada, - * " - H. L. Tickner, Agent. 

London, England, - <* - Eives & Allen, Agents. 

A regular banking Business transacted. Foreign and domestic ex- 
change bought and sold. Special attention given to the purchase and 
sale of ores and bullion. Returns for collections promptly made at 
current rates. 



H. J. Grant. B. S, Young. B. H. Goddard. 



Successors to CR AWT & CLAYTON, 

FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS. 

THE LARGEST INSURANCE AGENCY IN UTAH. 

We represent none but First Class Companies 

&^" Ihe best is always the Cheapest. 

Office, Room 5 Hooper & Eldredge Block, Main Street, 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 
HEAD OUR LIST. IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF. 

FFRE COMPANIES. Cash Assets. 

Ins. Co of North America of Phila., (over) $ 8,800,000 

Home Insurance Co, of New York, 7,000,000 

Phoenix Irsurance Co. of Hartford, 4,3 JO ,000 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, " 4,000,000 



German American Ins. Co. of New York, 

Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Co. of Phila., 

Niagara Fire Ins. Co. of New York, 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company of 

Liverpool and London, 
Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York, 

The Mutual is the Largest Life Insurance Company i 



3,4UO,000 
2,-0(),OuO 
1,700,000 

12,000,000 
91,700,000 
i the World. 



THOMPSON & SHURTL1FF, 

Proprietors of the 

DEXTER LIVERY, PEED AND SALE STABLE. 

26 to 34 Second South St. 

SALT L.AKE CITY. UTAH iO 

All orders promptly attended to. Telephone. ' 



You can save 1O per cent by buying Clothing at L. Goldberg'* 



Shoemakers' Tools of all hinds, W, L. Pickasd, Salt 






SALT LAKE CITY 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEM'NTS ASSEMBLY KOOMS,CHUttCHES 

& WAHD MEETING HOUSES. 
Clawson II B, cor Mam & S T | 

Hopper A& Co 1 E bet , 1 & 2 S , C a.stle Hall, Walker Opera House 

Johnson A J & Co IB bet 1 & 3 S cisler's Hall, es E T bet 2 & 3 S 

Lowe Geo A, 1 tL, bet I <x. b ronorpo-otiorvil fhnroh ;; 3 <=J bpf 
Lowell Jno W & Co, I E bet 1 & 2S F T & W T 

Mattison L B, 1 E bet 1 & a S I o Q F Hal] ne cor E T & l g 

Naylor & Pike* 1 ^ be 1 1 * .5 S Liberal Institute, es E Tbetl & 2S 

Osborn O AI & Co ,101 & 10 > Mam ; Masonic H all, ws E T bet 1 & 2 S 

Pac i n r9 J V : i ? on >^ Implement Co, j Methodist Episcopal Church, ns 3 
1 E bet 1 & 2 S $ k e t E T <fe 1 E 

' ^ ?- S A/r ' Presbyterian Church, ne cor 2 S & 
o, oo-oo 01 g jj 

AMUSEMENTS. j l^fa^^es^&'b^rs^&lS 1 ^ 

Salt Lake Theatre, <nr 1 S & 1 E St JViark ' s Chur c h (Episcopal,) ns i ^ 



, 
Walker Operallouse 2 S bet M & I W , gt Mary Magdeiene Church (Cath- 

A PTTTTR"^TQ olic ' ) ws 2 S bet S T & 1 S 

AKCid iE^lb. ; flt Paul's Chapel, ss 5 S bet 1& aW 

; Tabernacle, TeiTiple Block 

Anorell T O ysr, Tample Block i W alker Opera House, ns 2 S bet E 

Monhelm H, 139 Alain 'f & w T 

ARTISTS. WARD MEETING HOUSES. 

Frank J Leon, 3 S bet 1 & 2 E | 1st Ward , ws 8 E bet 7 A 8 8 

Pratt L, ns 1 S bet Main & 1 E 2nd Ward, ns 7 S bet 4 <fe 5 S 

i 3rd Ward, ns 7 S bet 1 & 2 E 

ASS A YE RS. i 4th Ward, sw cor W T & 7 S 

j 5th Ward , sw cor 3 W & 7 S 

Bishop F M, 121 Main fith Ward, ws 3 W bet 4 & 5S 

Foote Frank, lit Main j 7th Wai d, ns 5 S bet W T & 1 W 

McVicker Jno, 131-132 Alain j 8th Ward, ris 4 S bet 1 & 3 E 

Steward W G M, 87-89 Main i iith Ward, sw cor 4 S & 5 E 17? 

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Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L,. Fiekard, Salt Lake City 



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lOthWard, 
llth Ward, 
12th Ward, 
lath Ward, 
14th Ward. 
15th Ward, 
16th Ward, 
17th Ward, 
18th Ward, 
19th Ward, 
20tn Wara, 
21st Ward, 



sw cor 4 S & 8 E 

sw cor 1 S & 8 E 

es 1 S bet 4 & 5 E 

us 2dS bet 1 & 2E 

ss 1 S bet W T & 1 W 

sa 1 S bet 3 & 4 W 

He cor 1 N & 4 W 

ss 1 N bet \V T & 1 W 

ue cor S T & 1 E 

sw cor 2 W <s 4 N 

Garden bet Spruce & Fir 

Fruit bet Ash & Beach 



ATT O UN E Y S- AT-L A W . 

Bennett, Harkness & Kirkpatrick. 

113 Main 

Bird & Lowe, 1222 2d S 
Blandin Chas F, 83 Main 
Boreman & Denny, 183 Main 
Brown Arthur, 170 Main 
Browne & Brooks, 95 Main 
Gilchrist C K, 10 Ws.satch Build'g 
Griffiths Thos C, 151 Main 
Hall & Marshall, 105-107 Main 
Hoge & Jonassori, Wasatch Build 
Kaign M M, 146 Main 
Lew is 8 H,178 Main 
Loin ax J D, 137 Main 
Marshall & Koyle, 15 107 Main 
McKay Wm, 7-6 Wasatch Building 
Miner A, cor 1 S & Main 
Patterson A S, 49 Main 
Pearson C E, 95 Main 
Sharp Lee J, 178 Main 
Sheeks & Kawlins, 122 Main 
Snow Z, 71 2d SS 
Stayner & Simmons, 59 Main 
Sutherland ,v McBride, 49 Main 
Van Zile, Philip T, 49 Main 
Williams & Young, 39 Main 
Woods & Hoffman 50 2d South 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Phelps H E, cor 1 8 & 1 W 
Reed H A, W T bet 2 & 3 S 

AUDITORS. 

Clayton N W, Territorial Auditor, 
49 Main 

BAKERIES. 

Arnold Henry, 22 Main 
Buchanan & Leatharn, HO Main 
Gebhardt Andrew, cor 2 S & Coml 
Lange & Gebhardt, 1229 1st S 
Miller David, 2 S bet Main & 1 E 



I Mueller Bros, 1217 1st S 

Newbery Edsvard, 86 1st South 
! Ri seC, 227 Main 
I Scrace Edward, 10 Main 
j Tavey J, 58 1st S 

BANKS & BANKERS. 

i Desert Bank, cor Main & 1 S 

! Jones T R & Co, 141 Main 

I London Bank of Utah, (limited) 

95 Main 

McCornick & Co, 130 A 132 Main 
Walker liros cor Main & 2 S 
Wells, Faigo & Co's Bank 105 & 

107 Main 

I Zion 's Savings Bank & Trust Co, 
63 Main St 

BARBERS. 

Aubrey Bros, 25 2d S 

Bell W R & F D, 121u 2d' S 

Burns ,1 no, Wasatcn Luild'g,(base- 

ment 

ClaikGeo, 1 6 1st S 
Cotten C B & Co, 9 2d S 
Cox C, 1228 1st S 
Deihl Christopher, 129 Main 
Heinan M, lite Main 
Hennei'ei Wm & fcon, 123 Main 
Knapp Jno, J8J Main 
Martin & Wright, 16 1st S 
Paine W H, 11 1st S 
Squires H, 21 1st S 
Squires Jno & Sons, 59 Main 

BASKET MANUFACTURERS. 
Smith Mrs Jane, 1219 1st S 
BATHS. 

Heinan M, 192 Main St 

Marrier Bros, Palace Bath House, 

1(;5-107 Commercial 
TownsendJ, Hot Springs 

BAZAAR PATTERNS. 
Lapham Mis M G, 1211 1st S 
BEER BOTTLERS. 

Keyser & Moritz; 87-89 Main 
Wagner Henry, 19 2d 8 

BILLIARD TABLES (Agents). 

Brunswick & Balke Co, 3 S bet 
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BILLIARD HALLS. 

Bechtol & Sands, Walker House 
Continental Hotel cor 1 S & 1 W 
Erickson Jno, 13 3d S 
Gray NP & Co, 6 Godbe Build'g | 
Pitts & Co, State Road (Farmers 

Ward) 

Russell .1 E S, 133 Main 
White House, cor Main & 2 S 
Youngberg & Schade, 55 2d S 
Younberg 3 V, 131 Commercial 

BILL POSTERS. 

Axtell Levi, (with J C Graham & 

Co) 28-30 1st S 

BLACKSMITHS AND HORSE- 
SHOE RS. 

A.ndersou A M, I E b-Jt 3*53 
Cook & Heiinefer, 3 S bet 1 & 3 E 
Co-op Blacksmith <& Horse-shoeing 

Shop, 1 E bat 2 & 3 S 
Hopper A <fc Co, 2 S bet 1 & 2 E 
Malquist.Iohii T, cor Plum & Olive 
Malquist Edwin, us Olive bet Com- 
mercial & 1 K 

Milner & y eager, 1 E bet 2 & 53 S 
Peck Joseph A, cor I West & NT 
Pendleton A J & Son, 28 bet Main 

<fc 1 vVest 

Pendleton A M, 13"> Commercial 
Puzey H, Olive bet Commercial A 

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Salt Lake Shoeing Shop, Olive St 
Speirs Bros, 118 Commercial 

BLANK BOOK MANUFACTUR- 
ERS. 

De^eret News Pub Co, cor M & 1 S 
Graham J C & Co, 28-D lut S 
S L, Herald Pub Co, tV>-&7 Main 
Kelly A H & Bro. 14 MIS Main 
Tribune Pub Co, 2 S bet M & 1 W 



IJ . BLUEING MANUFACTURERS, 
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Snell Jno W, cor 2 S & 1 E 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

B3nites L, 57 '2d S 
Crosier Mrs J, {)') Commercial 
Don olson C M, 113 2 S bet 1 & 3 E 
Greenig I), ss 1 S bet I & 2 E 
Green \vald A,ns:Jbet M & 1 E 
Hallender Jno l^, 1:21 (Jo nmorcial 
Humphreys Mrs J G, 1 E bet 2 &3rf 



BOILER MAKERS. 
Haynes & Son, S T bet 1 & 2 W 
BOOK BINDERS. 

Deseret News Pub Co, cor M & 1 S 
Graham J C A Co, 28-80 1st S 
Kelly A H & Bro, 114-146 Main 
S L Herald Pub Co, 65-67 Main 
Tribune Pub Co, 2 S bet M & 1 W 

BOOKS & STATIONERY. 

Dwyer James, 76 Main 

Juvenile instructor Office ST bet 

1 &2 W 

Parry Jos Hyrum, 18 Main 
PeirceG M, Id) Main 
llaybould \V F, Io2 Main 
Savage C It, 12-14 Main 
. ZC MI, 23-31 Main 

BOOT & SHOE BLACKS. 
Jackson Edward J, 133 Main 

BOOT & SHOE DEALERS. 
I (See also Boot & Shoe Makers.) 

Davis GeoW, 74 Main 

Dunford Geo, 1)1 Main 

Gronlund N J, cor 2 W & 1 N 

Hooper W J, 48 2d S 

Jennings Thos W, 86-88 Main 

Paine Geo, I tf 1st S 

Reilly EO, I'.U Main 
! Spencer & Kim ball, 14') Main 
I Walker Bros, cor Main & 2 S 

Young L 1) <fc A, 44 Main 
i Z CM I, 23-31 Main 






BOOT & SHOE FACTORIES. 

ZCM 1, 1230 1st S 

BOOT & SHO E M A K ERS. 
(See also Boot & Shoe Dealers.) 

, Clark J W, 1 S opp Continental 

Hotel 

i Fagergren Jno, 117 Commercial 
! Holm J P, cor I R & 3 S 
j Hooper W J, 48 2 S 
j Lloyd Jno, 93 Main 
i NoHemeierC A. 2H Main 
i 1 Nystrorn O I, 111 'ommercial 
; Pain-> Geo, U50 1st S 

Rawlings J s. 10 Main 

Riser GC,1M6 1st S 

Saville Geo, 2) 3d S 



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Sherwood C W, 53 1st S 
Smith T G- M, 30 2d S 
Snelgrove E, 31 2d S 
Solomon Bros & Gold, 70 Main 
Spencer & Kimbali, 140 Main 
Thomas Thos, cor 1 W & S T 
Tingey Jno, 2 W bet N T A 1 N 
Wetzel Jno, 3 S bet 4 & 5 E 
Whittaker Henry, S T bet WT & 1\V 
Woodrnansee I), 12H> 2d S 
Zion C MI, 1223 1st S 

BOWLING ALLEYS. 
Alt Jacob, 99 Main 



Petersen W, 1225 1st S 

Poll W, 4 S cor U E 

Howe WPt 232 Main 

Smith J H, S T near IT C B K Depot 

Thurgood Geo, 20'Main 

White & Sons, 63-6) 2d S 

White & Sous, 12 >7 1st S 

Williamson Jas, 75 2d S 

Wood Wm, 1223 LstS 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Engstrom P. Commercial bet 1 & 
2S 

CALCIMINER3. 



BRASS WORKS & FOUNDERIES. Simpson & Son, S T bet WT & 1 W 



Silver W J, N T bet 1 & 2 W 
BREWERIES. 

Keyser & Moritz, 87-89 Main 
Utah Ale & Porter Brewery cor 2 

W&2N 
Wagner Henry, 17-19 2d S 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 
Braby Robt, 1 Ward 

BROKERS. 

Butterfleld Ed L, 4 S bet M & 1 W 
Gillespie J K, 200 Main 
Rehrman & Co, 64 2d S 
Saddler & Gates, 137 Main 
Watters I, cor 1 S & Main 

BROKE RS STOCKS, 

KloecknerF, 1222 2dS 
Rehrman & Co, 61 2d S 

BRUSH MAKERS. 
Miles W H, 148 Commercial 
BUTCHERS & MARKETS. 

BenitesL,752d S 
Butler J E, 2 S bet 4 and 5 E 
Cook & Glanneld, 123-3 1st S 
Gallafent David, cor 2 S A 1 E 
Goldsticker M, 193 Main 
Guiver & Pap worth, 7J 1 S 
Hayes Win, cor 2 W & 1 N 
Hepworth Jno. 234 Main 
Hepworth Thos & Sons, 1231 1st S 
Jennings I & J, 38 1st S 
Jennings James, west oi'Clk't Hse 
Leaker L> W, 1 S bet 7 &8 E 



CANDY FACTORIES. 

Arbogast Geo, 44 1st S 
Connelly Jno, 3 S bet 1 & 2 E 
Gardner R, 58 Main 
Harris Jno, 95 Commercial 
Stearns H O, 100 Main 

CARPENTERS & BUILDERS. 
(See Contractors & Builders.) 

Burton C E, cor 2 S &3 W 
Ellis Geo S, 223 Main 
Mortenson L C, 69 3d S 

CARPET DEALERS. 

Dinwoodey Henry, 1238-1244 1st S 
Walker Bros, cor Main & 2 S 

CARPET WEAVERS. 

Furster J B, 68 2d S 
Hurlbert Wm, 59 1st S 

CIGAR FACTORIES. 
Levy Samuel, 151-153 Main 

CIGARS & TOBACCO. 

Burns,! B, 123 Main 

Carter Thos, 137 Main 

Culmer G F & Bros, 20-22-28-30 1st S 

Evans & Spencer, Walker Opera 

House 
Evans & Spencer (branch \ 1 door 

North of PO 
Harris Ed. 121st S 
Leviberg J,13(j Main 
Levy Samuel, 151-153 Main 
Mulsh J, 134 Main 
Martin & Wright, C6 1st S 
Olsen C M, 2 Sbt-t 1 & 2 E 
Pratt H, 1-1 Main 



L. Goldberg- has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



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CLOTHING-RETAIL. 

Auerbach F & Bro, 121-133 Main 
Barton & ( (>, 13--W 1st S 
Goldberg L, 105-167 Main 
Goldsmith & Co, 145 Main 
Jennings Thos VV, 80-88 Main 
Lipinaii W H, 155-157 Main 
Nathan Samuel J, 131 Main 
Reilly E 0, 170 Main 
' WaldronKS,4J Main 
Walker Bros, cor Main &. 2 S 
Z C M I, 33-11 Main 

CLOTHING-WHOLESALE. 

Goldberg L, 165-167 Main 
Goldsmith & Co, 145 Main 
Walker Bros, cor Main & 3 S 
Z C M I, 33-31 Main 

COAL. 

Central Pacific Coal & Coke Co, 

Office 183 Main 
Cowling P C, 119 Commercial 
Furster J B, 68 3d S 
Gould A brain, Wasatch Build'g 

cor Main & 3 S 
Hepworth Jos, ) 2d S 
A L Williams, agt Pleasant Valley 

Coal Co, 2 S fiistdoor E of Main 
Snell Jiio W, cor 1 E & 3 S 

COFFEE & SPICE MILLS. 
RufFE W, 53-55 1st S 

COF FEES WHOLES A LE. 

(See Co (tee & Spice Mills, also Teas.) 



CONFECTIONERY AND ICE 
CREAM. 

Arbogast Geo, 44 1st S 

Griffith D J, 1&2 1 1st S 
I Hopwood Mrs E, 64 Main 
I New York Confectionery, 11)0 Main 
j Stearns H O, Walker Opera House 

I CONTRACTORS & BUILD PIUS. 
(See Carpenters & Builders.) 

! Burton C E, cor 2 S A 3 W 
i Grow Henry, Temple Block 
1 Morris E, Ib Main 
; Pitts Watson & Co, S L City 
i Potter Bros, 36 Commercial 
Thomson Jas & Co, 12>3 1st S 

COOPERS. 
Lang N J, cor 1 E & 3 S 

CRACKER WORK'S. 

Reedall H S, es rear of Main bet 2 & 
3S 

CROCKERY & GLASSWARE. 

Alff Rudolph, 12) Main 
j Bailey & Son, 171 Main 
! Cartwright Jno, ws 1 E bet 5 <fc 6 S 
i Culrner G F Bros, )-22-28-&) 1 S 
i Gronlund N J, cor 2 W & 1 N 
j Little, llouudy & Co, 51 Main 
! Woodford E, cor 2 S & 4 E 



CUTLERS. 



Miller Seth, representing Arbuckle j Clayton Jno, 112 Commercial 
Bros, New York, 28 bet 1 &2 W j Pierson T K, 1">J Commercial 



COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Phelphs HE, cor I S & 1 W 
Smith W O, 8 1st S 
WhittakerMrs S H,S 1 bet W T & 1 W 
Williamson Jas, 67 2d S 

CONFECriONERS. 

Arbogast Geo, 44 1st S 

Arnold H, & Main 

Brown Jas, 691st S 

Culrner G F & liros, 28-30 1st S 

Hopwood Mrs E, 64 Main 

McDonald Jno, 223 Main 

N Y Confectionery, 1M Main 

Stearns H O, Walker Opera House 



j Skidmore H B, I Sopp Continental 
Hotel 



I DAKCINO ACADEMIES' 
Sheldon's Dancing Academy, 1350- 



DENTISTS. 

I Chapman & Whytock, Walker 
Opera House 

j Clawson SB, 49 Main 
! D.imuixl A B, 12) Mala 
i Klmumls J M, 12711st S 
i Slurp & Taylor, S T bet E T A 1 E 
I Van Aukin Dr, opp 12th Ward 
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DIRECTORY PUBLISHERS. 
Graham Jno C & Co, 28-30 1st S 
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Gillette E,Wasatch Build'g 
Hirschvogel Jos, Wasatcli Ruilcrg 
I^inton F S, Surveyor Genl's o Jice 
Posse Kntit, 101 Main 
Solomon Ernest, Surveyor Genl's 

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Schulte Gustave, Surveyor Genl's 

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Vetter Theodore, Surveyor Genl's 

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| Backwalter Mrs H S, 1 S bet \V T & 1 



Cole Mrs fc Miss Mallet, i', 2d S 
Gudgell Mrs L, 1 E b-t 1 & 2 S 
Lapham Mrs M G, 1241 1st S 
Marsh Mrs L, 6 E bet 4 & 5 S 
Mather Helen, 1248 2d S 
McDaniels Mrs M, 152 M lin 
Sloan Mrs P L, cor 2 S & I i<] 
Sorenson Miss C, se cor 3 ^ & 2 1 
Swenson Miss Julia, us 4 S bet Mn 

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Taylor Mrs J A,N T bet W T & 1 



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Galligan fno, 1270 14 S 

Gronlund N J, cor 2 W & 1 N 

Hardy Bros A Burton, 25 & 28 Alain 

Jones J W, 54 1st S 

Marks A, 1375 1st S 

Mayues Edward. 4 Godbe corner 

Paxman Mrs S & -Son , 1 S'bet 1 & 2 W 

Keilly EG, 170 Main 

Teasdel S P, ws Main bet 1 & 2 S 

Waldron K S, 46 Main 

Walker Bros, cor Main & 2S 

Woodford E, cor 2 S & 4 E 

ZC Ml, 23-31 Mai 11 

DRY GOODS (Wholesale.) 

Bates, Reed & Cooley (of N Y,) 
agency 4 Hooper & El dredge Blk 
Clawson Spencer, 53-55 Main 
Jennings Wm & Sons, cor Main & 1 S 
Van Norman C R (for Bates, Jieed & 
Cooly) 4 Hooper & Eldredge Blk 
Walker Bros, cor Main & 2 S 
Z C M I, 2J-31 Main 

DYERS. 

Bruce Robt, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
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DRUGGISTS (R3tail.) 



Bevan & Hoyer, 32 1-st South 
Godbe, Pits <fe Co, cor Main & 1 S 
Moore, Allen & Co, 1)2 Main 
Smith A C & Co, cor Main & 3d S 
Stewart <t Chislet, 180 Main 
ZC MI, 92 Main 

DRUGGISTS (Wholesale.) 

Godbe, Pitts & Co, cor Main & 1 S 
Moore, Allen & Co, 102 Main 
Smith A C & Co, cor Main & 2 S 
Stewart & Chislet, 180 Main 

DRY GOODS & NOTIONS RETAIL 

Allen Mrs L, 6) 3d South 
Auerbach F & Bro, 12H23 Main 
Barnes & Davis, lOti-108 Main 
Cartwright Jno, ws 1 E bet 5 & 6 S 
Conn Bros, 98 Main 
Davis Geo W, 74 Main 
Donelson Bros, 94 Main 
D'Sheming Bros, 1 W bet 4 & 5 N 
Frantzen A, 36 1st S 



ENGINEERS (Mechanical.) 

Bowers W H H, 101 Main 
Mackie Simon F, 95 Main 

ENGRAVERS. 

Druce Henry, 37 Commercial 

Held Jno, 51) Main 

Tribune Pub Co, 2 S bet Main & 1 W 



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Bontelle G V M, 05 Main 

Bowers W II H, 101 Main i g 

Bredemeyer Wm, 50 21 S 

Mackie Simon F, 95 Main 

Smith & Dorernus. 1234 IstS 

Westcoatt N. 13) Main 

Wilder E B, 139 Main 

Wilkes Edmund, 95 Main 



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EXPRESS & FORWARDING COS. 

Pacific Express Co, 75-77 Main 
Utah Forwarding Co, ne cor Main 

&1 S 
Wilson W E, 87-89 Main 

FANCY GOODS. 

Burrows Mrs, 1258 1st S 
Loug Mrs B S, 1248 1st S 
Salisbury J M, 32 Main 
Simons Bros, 12-^2 1st S 

FEATHERS. 

Barratt Bros, 12-3-131 Main 
Dinwoodey Henry, 1238-1214 1st S 

FISH & OYSTER MARKETS. 

Abrahams L S, 1237 1st S 
Iltingworth .'fas, IflrMain 
Lloyd Jno, 119 Main 
smith W S, 8 1st S 



FURNISHED ROOMS. 
j Hill H & M E, 205 Main 
j FURNITURE AND BEDDING. 

Barratt Bros, 143 to 131 Main 
Dinwoodey Henry, 1238 to 1241 1 S 
j Engstrom P, 07 2d South 
Madsen P W , 40 Main 
Sorenson & Carlquist/, 16 Main 
Soule J V & Co, 23t> Main 

GAS LIGHT CokPANIES. 



FLORISTS & SEEDSMEN. 

Armstrong T C, 8t 1st S 

Due O F, 2 blocks N of Valley Hse 

Keadiug Jao, cor 2 S & 2 E 

FLOUR MILLS. 

Armstrong F, N T bet E T & 1 E 
Husler Geo, Salt Lake City 

FLOWERS. PRESERVED. 

Davis Ii, 5 S bet 5 & 6 E 

Due O F, 2 blocks N of Valley Hse 

FOUNDERIES & IRON WORKS 

Davis, Howe & Co, cor N T & 1 W 
Dunne D Co, cor 2 S A 1 \V 
Plerpont T, Supt S L Foundery & 

Machine Co, 3 W bet 1 & 2 S' 
Filver AVm J, N T bet W T & 1 W 
Tuckfield & Son, 1 E bet 5 & 6 S 

FRUITS. 

Cutler Bros, 1247 1st Fo^th 
1'urnt & Trimble, 37 1st South 
Lucas .1 1., ^8 1st Sonlh 
I.-yrilM rg F O, 40 & 42 1st South 
Smith W *, 8 1st South 
Thorn M, 1 East bet i & 2 South 



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GENERAL MBSE (Retail), 

Allen Mrs. L, 69 2d South 
Bailey & Sou, 174 Main 
bames& Davis, 106 & 108 Main 
Barnes M, 3 North bet 1 & 2 West 
Browning E T & <Jo, 12~>5 1 South 
Cart vv right Jno, W T bet 5 & 6 S 
Clark, EJ dredge & Co 47 & 49 Main 

! Cunniugton & Co, cor Main & 1 S 
Davis Geo W, 74 Main 
pcnelson Bros, !H- Main 
D'Miemiug Bros, 1 VV bet 4 & 5 N 
Ed uing i oil Win & Sons, 1777 79 1 S 
Eleventh Ward Co-op Store, cor 1 

South & 7 East 
Fifteenth Ward Co-op, T C Griggs, 

supt, 1 S bet 2 & 3 W 
First Ward Co op Store, cor 7 S & 7E 
Groiilurid N J, cor 2 W & 1 N 
Hardy Bros & Burton, &>& 28 Main 

| Jennings Win & ir-ons, cor M & 1 S 
ISeedham Mrs Sarah, es 1 E bet 



Pearson \Vm, 2 W 19 Ward 

Peterson J A, 3 S bet 1 & 2 i3 

Piatt Alice J, cor 4 M & ti H 

Keilly .hJ U, 170 Main 

hadler Wm, 62 Main 

Salisbury P> ct F J , cor 2 S & 3 W 

Simons v\ r T & Won, tii 2 S 

feixih Ward Co-op Store ws 2 W 

bet 4 & 5 K 

Snell JL o VV, cor 2 S & 1 E 
Toasut;! S P, ws M bet 1 & 2 S 
'letitti Ward (_o-op Store, 8 E bet 4 

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Thirteenth Ward Co-op Store, 71-73 

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Twelfth Ward Co-op Store, ss 2 S 

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Twentieth Ward Co-op Store, cor 

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Walker Bros, cor Main & 2 S 
Wh it taker Mrs * It, S T brt W & 1 W 
Williamson Jas, 67 2d S 
Wood ford E, cor 2 8 &4 E 
Yearsley David, 11 Main 
'/Ami ( Jo-operative Mer Institution, 

23-31 Main 

GENERAL MDttE (Wholesale.) 

Barnes & Davis, H'16-KW Main 
Clark, El dredge & Co, 47-49 Main 
Cunning-ton & Co, cor 1 S & Main 
Hardy liros A Burton, 36-28 Main 
Jenufngs Win & Sons, cor Main & IS 
Teasdei S P, ws Main bet 1 & 2 S 
Walker Bros, cor 2 S & Main 
X C M I, 23-31 Main 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

Auerbach F & Bro, 124-12.3 Main 
Bamberger & Co, 183-185 Main 
Barton A Co, 12)6 1st S 
Cottle & Alulleit, 176 Main 
Dunford Geo, 104 Main 
Henry J, 87 Main 
Jennimrs Thomas W, 86-88 Main 
Keilly E O, 170 Main 
Walker Bros, cor Main & 2 S 
Yearian W IT & Co, 122 Main 
Z C M I, 23-31 Main 

GINGER MANUFACTURERS. 
Richardson Jas S, 3 S bet 6 A 7 E 
GRAIN & PRODUCE. 

Armstrong T C, 34 1st S 
Bailey A Son, 174 Main 
Cu tier Bros, 12 17 1st S 
D'Sheming Bros, 1W bet 4 & 5 N 
Hitter Jno D & Co, 1231 1st S 
Sears Isaac, 1215 1st S 

GREEN-GROCERS & POULTRY. 

Bowling Bros, 1253 1st S 

Cecil J B, 22) Main 

Chadd M, 1273 1st 8 

Felt A W & Co, Walker Opera 

House Block 
Fyson Henry E, 12^9 1st 8 
Harper T B, 77 2d S 
Lucas J L, 1 S bet Main & 1 E 
Mai-setts Geo B, 50-52 1 S 
Patten T C, 74 1st S 



Price & Clive, 1257 1st 8 
! Quiriii I G, 7o 1st S 
i Saunders J H, 1255 1st S 

Watson Bros, 1269 1st S 
' Weston Jas, 1271 1st S 

Wurzbnrg L, 1259 1st S 

GREENHOUSES. 
Reading Jno, cor 2 S & 2 E 

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. 
(Retail.) 

Anderson A P, 2 S bet 1 & 2 E 
Bailey & Son, 174 Main 
Balm forth C. 205 Main 
Barnes & Davis, 100-108 Main 
Barnes M, 3 N bet 1 <fe 2 W 
Bowring Bros, 1253 1st S 
Brooks, Geo F, 1249 1st S 
Cartwright Jno, ws 1 E bet 5 & 6 S 
Connelly Jno, 3 S bet 1 & 2 E 
Cooper Chas, cor 1 W & S T 
Culmer G F & Bros, 2')-22-2S-801st S 
Cunnington & Co, cor I S & Main 
Cutler Bros, 1247 1st S 
Davis E W. S T bet W T & 1 W 
Davis Geo W, 74 Main 
D 4 Sheming Bros, 1 W bet 4 & 5 N 
Durst * Trimble, 37 1st S 
EddingtonWm & Sons, 1777-1779 IS 
Felt W A & Co, n.s 2d S bet E & WT 
Frantzen Andrew, 51 2d S 
Frantzen A, 30 1st S 
Furster J B, 70 2d S 
Fyson Henry, 1 S bet E T & W T 
Gronlund N J, cor 2d W &l^S 
I Hardy Bros & Burton, 26-28 Main 
Harden Mrs, ss S T bet 3& 4 W 
Hawkins Mrs E, S T bet 1 & 2 W 
Hep worth Jos, 00 2d South 
Holmes Wm, S T, bet W T & 1 W 
Johnson Jno, 53 2d S 
Jones J W, 54 1st S 
Kahn Bros, 113-115 Main 
Margetts Geo B, 50-52 1st S 
McDonald Jno, 228 Main 
Paine Henry, 01 2d S 
Paxman Mrs S & Son, 1 S bet 1 & 2 W 
Peterson A G, 2 S bet I <fe 2 E 
Pickering Bros, 33 3d S 
Pratt Mrs A J, cor 4 S & E 
Q,uinn I G, 76 1st S 
Reynolds Andrew, cor S T & 2 W 
Snell Jno W, cor 2 S & 1 E 
Teasdei S P, Main bet 1 <fe 2 S 
Trimble J H, 123] 1 S 
Woodlord E. cor 2 S & 4 E 
Worthington H J, 1223 1st S 
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GKOUERIES (Wholesale.) 



HARVESTING MACHINES. 



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! Osborn D M & Co, 101-103 Main 
HERBALISTS. 



Barnes & Davis, 1C6-1)8 Main 

Clark, Eldredge & Co, 47-4;) Main 

Coun lly Jno,3 8 bet 1 & 2 E 

Calmer G F & Bros 2J-22-2S-3:) 1st S 

Cunnin^tori & Co, cor Main & 1 S i Murphy Jessie J, 66 Main 

Jennings Wm & Sons, cor Main A IS ! Plant L)r E L, I2o7 1st S 

Kahn Bros, 113-115 Main 

Walker Bros, cor Main & 2d S HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW, ETC. 

Z C M 1,23-31 Main 

! Colin H & Co, cor 1 S & 3 W 
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. j Pickard W L, 18 2d S 

Barker Tos, 150 Commercial i HORSE & CATTLE MEDICINES. 

Beard W T, cor 1 S & 1 W 

Hensser Jacob, 94-93 Commercial j Nunn C W, 1:372 1st S 



GUNS PISTOLS & AMMUNITION i 

Carter Thos, 137 Main 
Evans & Spencer, 12 U 2d S 

HAIR DRESSERS (Ladies } 

Clinton Mrs Emma, 12 >6 1st S 
rieinau. M, 192 Main 

HAIR GOODS (Human.) 

Button & Boyan Mmes, 128 Main 
Clinton Mrs rtmma, 12561st S 
Wilkinson Mrs vV B, 1232 1st S 

: HARDWARE AND STOVES. 

Jennings Win & Sons, cor Main & IS 

Madsen P W & Co, 68 Main 

Schoppe F E, 211 Main 

Scott Geo M & Co, 144-148 Main] 

Walsh O S, cor 1 S & 1 W 

Z C M I, 23-31 Main 

HARNESS AND SADIE KY.; 

Cheshire Reuben, oO 2d S 

Christensen N C A Bro, 76 2d S 

Gustaveson C J, 68 2d S 

Jenkins J W A Sons, sw cor S & I E 

Moss W J, 163 1st E 

Mower Geo W, 2* 2cl S 

Pickard W L, 18 2d 8 

Platt F, 3S2d S 

Sander W C, 62 2d S 

HATS AND CAPS. 

Auerbach F & Bro, 124-13 > Main 
Barton A Co, 12*6 1st S 
Cottle vfe Mullet fc. 176 Main 
Dunford Geo, 104 Main 
Reilly EG. 170 Main 



HORSE MARKETS. 

Faust H J, 21 1st S 

HOTELS. 

i Clit't House, S C Ewing !prop, cor 

Main & 3 S 
\ Continental Hotel, G S Erb prop, 

cor 1 S & W T 
j Metropolitan Hotel, L Simons prop, 

cor W T & 3 S 
Overland House, W A Pitt prop, 

222-2 i6 Main 
Railroad Exchange Hatel, B F 

Whittemore prop, op U C depot 
Valley House, A C Brixeii prop, 

cor S T & 1 W 

Walker House, G S Erb prop, \vs 
White House, Podlech A Co props, 

sw cor Main & 2 S 

ICE DEALERS. 
Heil Jno, 51-63 2d S 

ILLUMI MATING OILS. 

Dull J, agent Continental Oil and 
Transportation Co, es 3 W bet 
1 &2S 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Anderson Hugh, 130 Main 

Armstrong A Butterfleid, 1280 1st S 

Darke S W & Co, 90 Main 

Grant H J & CO, 49 Main 

Hyms Louis, 111 Main 

Smedley W E, over London Bank 

White &Snell, 32 2d S 

INTERPRETERS. 
Hemau J H, 1 S opp Continental 



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1V011Y GOODS, 
Levy Samuel, lol-l">3 Main 
JEWFLERS & WATCHMAKERS. 

Asmussen Carl C, W-02 Main 
Broadbent Jno. S T bet '1 & 2 W 
KiiasonOL. D: 2 Main 
Harvey A, 6! 1st S 
James D .1, 12 fl 1st S 
Jensen J S, i;0 Main 
Jones Wm, 02 1st S 
Joslin & Park, 15) Main 
Polarski Peter, 4<> 1st S 
Reiser Henry, 21 1st S 
Smith N, 4 1st, S 
S wanner E J & Co, Main 

KNITTING FACTORIES. 

Luke Geo A & Co, Oo 1st S 
Pearson Win, 2 W, l!) Ward 

LABELS. 

Graham J C & Co, 23-30 1st S 

LAMPS. 

Little, Roundy & Co, 54 Main 
LAND AGENTS. 

Bailey & Parsons, 1222 2d S 
Bine M M, 1222'M S 
Bird & Lowe, 12222(1 S 
Me Masters H, 12^21 S 
Stayner & Simmons, 59 Main 
1; S Land Office, 1.22 2d S 

LAUNDRIES. 

Hong Hop, 71 3 South 

Judels Mary, I Kast bet 2 &3 South 

Shun Shuin, 102 Commercial 

LI BRA K) ES A N D READ1 NG 
ROOMS. 

Masonic Library, 1U Main 
Territorial Library, -Hooper & El- ! 

dredge Building 
Uni versi'ty Library, ne cor 1 N & 2S j 

LIME (Mfgisaiid Dealers.) 
Snell Jno W, coi 2 South &1 East | 

LrOT T OHf=J (Retail). 

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LIQUORS (Wholesale). 

Pinney Robt & Co, 27 & 29 2 South 
Meears Geo A, 11, 13 & 15 2 South 
Ph'ko E & Co, successor to Eerd 

Fabian & Co, 205 Main 
Tufts & Ny strom, 87 & 89 Main St 

LIVERY, FEED AND SALE 
STABLE. 

Booth D C, 1 East bet 2 & 3 South 
Faust H J, zi i south 
McKimmins Mark, 1S4-190 Main 
Mulloy & Paul, ss 28 bet Maiu & 

W T 

Rand C A 21 1 South 
Shaisse Thos, 2 S bet Main & 1 \V 
Thompson & Sh.irtliff, 24- > ><)2S 
Wickel Jno, Commmercial bel 

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LODGING HOUSES. 
(See Boarding Houses ) 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Eardley Jas W, \vs State Road bet 

3 & 4 South 

Mason & Co, 8 T bet 1 & 2 W 
Sells E, 1 S bet W T & I W 
Sierra Nevada Lumber Co 3 W bet 

ST &1 8, S J Lynn, Sup t 
Taylor. Romney & Armstrong, cor 

ST&2W 

MACHINE SHOPS. 
(See Foundries and Iron Works.) 

MARBLE WORKS. 

Brown Wm,cor Main & 3 S 
Morris E, 18 Ma in 
My rick & Co, 48 2d S 
Peterson Jno, 33 (st S 

MARKETS. 

(See Butchers & Markets & Fish & 
Oyster Markets ) 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 

Anderson Samuel, 139 Commercial 
Baumgarten Jos F, 91 Main 
Bo.ssha.rd & Co, [ S opp Continental 

Hotel 

Buckle & Son- 195 Main 
I lawman Jno, 12182 South 
Iledberj? & Fernstrom, I door S of 

P.O'Main 



Sail and sse Hardy Bros. & Burtcn's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries 



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Johanson Aaron 2 S bet 1 & 2 E 
Johanson S & Co 181 Main 
Ivrause N, 2 S ber, 1 & 3 E 
Larson Jn >. I'M) 1st S 
Longraore W, i 2m 1 st S 
Olsen EG, <>37 Min 
Paxman M rs S & So n, 1 bet 1 2 W 
SproatC, 592JS S 

Taylor J no & Son, 187 Main 
Th imiing Jno, 10!) Commercial 
United Order Merchant Ts y !ors, 
30 Main 

MILLINERS.. 

Burrows Mrs, 125S 1st S 

Button & Boyan Mjves, 128 Main 

Cole brook JS T< 56 Main 

Dye MrsC E, 48 Main 

Madsen Mrs E, ns 1 S bet Main & 1 E 

Rurnel Mrs A, 85 1st S 

Simons Bros, 12221st S 

Wilkinson Mrs VVB, 12 '2 1st 8 

MINING EXPERTS. 

Pollo-k & Wright, 3 S bet 2 & 3 W 
Wright Frank, o S bet 2 & 3 W 

MIXING OFFICES. 

Atlas Mining Co, 64 2d S 

Bellevue, Idaho, Mining Co, Jno A 

Hunter pres, 95 Main 
Bradley Jas F, 99 Main 
Cariboo Mining Co, 1 E bet I & 2 S 
Conqueror Min Co, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
Empire Mining Co, 1223 2d S 
Groesbeek N .t Sons, 15 \V 7 asatch Bid 
Horn Silver Mining Co, over Deser- 

et Bank 

Iron Chief Mining Co, 1X3 Main 
Last Chance Con Min Co, 183 Main 
Overland Mining Co (of Wood Riv, 

Idaho) J C Conklin p res, 95 Main 
Sampson Silver Min'g Co, 183 Main 
Silver Mountain Min Co, 183 Main 
Sunday Mining Co, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
Uintah Mining Co, 18J Main 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRU- 
MENTS. 

Calder David O, 72 Main 
Careless & Croxall 1234 1st S 
Daynes & Coalter, 57 Main 
Daynes Jno, 6;> Main 
Gray John C, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
Young Bros, 37 Main 



MUSIC BANDS. 
Coach Whip String Band, 1216 2d S 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 
Andre A, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Contributor, 15 Main 

Deseret Evening News, cor Main 

&ST 

Juvenile Instructor, S T bet 1 & 2 W 
Operascope, 12:2 2d S 
Rocky Mountain Christian Advo- 
cate, llJU Main 
Salt Lake Evening Chronicle, 99 

Main 

Salt Lake Herald, 05-67 Main 
Salt Lake Theatre Programme, 

2*-30 1st S 
Salt Lake Tribune, (publlished 

ciaily and weekly) ns2d S bet 

Main & W T 
Women's Exponent, (published 

semi-monthly) cor Main & S T 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Armstrong & Butter field, 1280 I S 
Barnett J, 130 & 182 Main 
-Blandin Chas F,83 Main 
Darke S W & Co, 90 Main 
Diehl Christopher, 12!) Main 
Michaels Edward, at Surveyor 

General's Office, 49 Main 
Stayner & Simmons, 59 Main 
Sutherland E P 49 Main 
Underbill S E, 121 Main 

OCULISTS. 

Pratt R B, M D, cor 1 S & Main 
OILS. 

Dull J, Agt Cont Oil & Trails Co, 3 
W bet 1 & 2 S 

OVEKALL MANUFACTURERS. 
Z C M 1 1 S bet Main & W T 
ORE AND BULLION BUYERS. 

Hanauer A, 133 & 132 Main 
Scott & Anderson, 178 Main 



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Cra croft T & J, ns4 S bet 7 & S E 
Midgley J H, 20 & 22 2d South 
Midgley & Sons, 1220 2 South 
Morris \V C, 1 W bes S T & 1 S 
Scott & Graham 80 Main 
Tullidge & Co, 209 Main 

PAINTS AND OILS. 

Culmer G F & Bros, 20-22-28 oO 1st S 
Sears & Liddle, 26 1st S 
1u Hidge & Co, 209 Main 

PAPER HANGERS. 

Linwoodey Henry, 1^8-1241 1ft S 
Rivers Bros, 212-214 Main 
'\ ullidge & Co, 209 Main 

PATENT MEDICINES. 
Sicilian Joseph, 2 S bet 3 & 4 E 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Carter Chas W. 93 'Commercial 

Fox & Symons, 154 Main 

Hoyt Mrs Fanny, 1 Sbet E <t \Y T 

Keeler E C, (i(5 Main 

New Photo Gallery, 98 Commercial 

Savage C R, 12-14 Main 

PHYSICIAN'S. 

Barney E S 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 

Benedict J M, cor 1 S & Main 

Power A S, 150 Main 

Don M, 1 S bet W T & 1 W 

Douglas GeoC over London Tank 

Fa TOW ED 139 Main 

Ferpnson r lien B, M D, 2 S Vet 3 & 
4E 

Freeman G M, 1-59 Main 

Hadley J R,66^ Main 

Hamilton J F, 1">0 Main 

Hasford E, 3 S bet 1 & 2 E 

Higgins Pr, 1858 2 South 

Judson Benjamin, (Homedpathist) 
10 Main ' 

Lindsly V, 1244 2 South 

Murphy Jesse J, M D, M Main 

Newton S E, M I), ns 3 S bet 1 & 2 E 

Rock m a n M , 20 5 M a i n 

Salt Lake Surgical & Medical In- 
stitute, 139 Ma in 

Schock W IT, 178 Main 

Taggart . J P, Room 15 8- r > Kimball 
Block 

Thompson J D, 172 Main 

White i, :20 Main 



PICT (THE FR A M KS . 

Hivers Bros. 212 & 214 Main 
Savage C K, 12 & 14 Ma in 

PLANING MILLS. 

' Taylor, Koinney & Armstrong, cor 
! ST & 2 W 

PLASTEKEKS. 

Coult James, 7 F.bet 1 & 2 S 

MarsbWm, 6 K bet 4 & 5 S 
i Odell & Son, 1 S opp Continental 
: Wyatt &. Forrester, \Vasatcb Bui 
ing (basement) 

I'LL'MBEKS AND GAS FITTERS 

: Crov ton F, 3 Sbet Main & 1 E 
Hecscb & Fllerbeck, 3S Main 
James I avid, 09 Main 

POST OFFICE. 
i Jno T Lynch, es Main bet 2 & 3 S 

POTTERIES. 
Eardsley B, 1 W bet 4 & 5 S 

POWDER COMPANIES. 

i Safety Nitro Powder Co, Julian 
Sonntag agent, 189 Main 

PRINTING OFFICES. 

Chronicle Ollice, 5^9 Main 
j Deseret News, ne cor S T & Main 

Graham J C & Co, 28-30 1st S 
> Juvenile Instructor, S T bet 1 & 2 W 
! Neklon Frank B & Co, 1222 2d S 

Paviy Jos H, IS Main 
j ft L Herald, 05-67 Main 
! Star Printing Co, 170 Main 
I Tribune Office, 2d B bet Main & 1 W 

PRODUCE. 
(See Grain and Produce.) 

PROVISIONS. 
(See Groceries and Provisions..) 

PUBLISHERS. 
Grab am J C & Co, 28-30 1st S 

QUEENSWARE. 
Johnson Jno, 53 2d S 



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RAIL ROAD OFFICES. 

California Short Line Railway Co, 

185 Main 

Centra! Pacific R R Co, agent's of- 
fice es Main next London Bank 
Chicago, Milwaukie & St Paul R R, 

traffic office, 8 2d S 
Denver & Rio Grande R R, sw cor 

Main & 2 S 

San pete Valley R R Co, 183 Main 
Utah Central, R R Co, 79 Main 
Utah & Faster n K K, Kirn ball Blk 
Utah & Nevada R R, Kirnball B.Ik 
U P R R, se cor Main & 2 S 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Anderson &Porneroy, 139-132 Main 
Arm.strong & Uutterrield, 128) 1st S 
Cooper Bros, 4 Groesbeck Build'g 

55 S 

Dai ke S W & Co, 90 Main 
GilleepieJK, 3)0 Main 
Groesbeck N & Sons, 45 Wasatch 

Bnttd'g 

Kclsey Bll B, 23-25 1st S 
Rehrman & Co, i V, bet 1 & 2 S 
Thomsons Real Estate Agency, 

1235 1st S 
White & Snell, 32 2d S 

RESTAURANTS. 

Arbogast Geo, 41 1st S 

Aubrey Thos, 60 1st S 

Benites L, 57 2 S 

Bi issacher & Co S, 233 Main 

Clark Jeff A, 13-15 2d S 

Clasby J T, 147 Main 

Crosier Mrs .J, 9) Commercial 

Dinwoodey .las, l')9 Main 

Grice F H, 135 Main 

Griffith's Restaurant, 1227 1st S 

Hallender .Jno F, 121 Commercial 

Hop wood Mrs E, 6i Main 

Hughes Jerry, Hot Springs 

Pacific Dining Parlors & Restaur- 
ant 2 S G doors E of Main 

Stearns H K, 1235 2d S, Walker 
Opera House 

SAFES & SCALES. 

Clawson H B, S T bet Main & 1 W 
Snell Jno W, cor 2 S & 1 E 

SALOONS. 

Alt Jacob, 99 Main 
Auer & Murphy, 18 1st S 



Barnhart & Stahl, cor 2 S & Com 

niercial 

Barr & lidwards, 132 Main 
liechtol & Sands, Main St 
Binnoy Robt & Co, 27-29 2d S 
Bruce C W, 3 S near Main 
Campbell & Decker, State Road 

(Farmers Ward) 
Causey & Kuare, 117 Main 
Clasby J F, 147 Main 
Erickson.Jno, 162d S 
Ewing & Fallon,cor Main & 3 S 
Gray N P & Co. Godbe Build'g 
Harvey EC. 182 Main 
Hill & Trewhela, 1223-1216 2d S 
Hogle Bros, 15 {Main 
Eeviberg J, 1 Main 
Lollin Jno, 111 iVlain 
Mat get ts Phil, 1252 1st S 
May & Gem mi 11, 64 1 S 
Meears Geo A, 11-14-15 2d S 
Merrill M, 126) 1st S 
Morton & Tufts, 10 1st S 
Nelson C T, State Road, (Farmers 

Ward) 

Newman & Reed, 72 1st S 
Ordner Louis & Jones, 1233-1212 2dS 
Pitts & Co, State Road (Farmers 

Ward) 

Pod lech A, cor Main & 2 S 
Russell J E S, Itt Main 
Smith Frank, 78 1st S 
Tomney Peter, cor 1 S A 1 E 
Tufts & Ny strorn, 87-89 Main St 
Uebel Albert, 17-19 2d S 
Webber Chas F, 139 Main 
Whitehead G A, 2 S bet Main & IE 
Whittemore B F, near R R Depot 
Williams Jno A, 173 Main 
Youngberg S V, 111 commercial 
Youngberg & Schade, 55 2d S 

SALT MANUFACTURERS, 

Jeremy & Co, se 6 W & N T 
Snell John W, cor 2 S & IE 

SAMPLING WORKS. 
(See Smelters & Sampling Works.) 

SAUSAGES. 
Taylor Frank D, Public Dealer 

SCHOOLS & COLLEGES. 

District Schools. Each ward has 
School and Meeting House. (See 
Assembly Rooms AC.) 
Free School No. 1, ws 1 E bet 1& 2 S 
Salt Lake Academy, ss 3 S bet E & 
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Salt f ake Collegiate Institute, es 2 

Ebetl&2S 
St Mary s Academy, ws 1 W bet 1 

&2 S 

St Mark's School, ns I S bet 1 & 2 E 
Rager's Seminary, ns 1 S bet 1 & 2 

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University of Deserel, ne cor 1 N 

&2 W 

SECON I) HAND STORES. 

^astelo Frank, 100 Commercial 

Brooksbank Geo. 2^1 Main 

Broughton C J, IS opp Continent- 
al Hotel 

Butler Thos, .1 S n 1 W 

Duncan Mrs M A, 1 S bet Main & 1 
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Mad sen Hans, Commercial bet 1 & 
2S 

Madsen Louisa, 51 1st S 

Maltese S, 22i Main 

Sate Geo, 1 K bet 2 & 3 S 

Sterling James, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 

Williamson .las, 67 2<l S 

Woods Jas A, Commercial bet 1 & 
2 S 

SEFDSMEN. 
(See Florists A Seedsmen.) 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Day lies Jno, 66 Main 

Hall L E, Agt Singer Sewing Ma- 
chines, 1-2!, 1st S 

Olsen C W, with White Sewing Ma- 
chine Co 

Sharp Jno, cor 1 W & S T 

Singer Sewing Machine Co, 1224 1st 
S 

Sowles & Miller, 12W 1st S 

White Sewing Machine Co, 1230 1st 
S 

Young Bros, 37 Main 



SMELTERS AND SAMPLING 
WORKS. 



SODA WATER WORKS. 

Den halter H, Son & Co, 123 Com- 
mercial 
Parsons Thos, Commercial bet 1 & 

2S 

STEAM SHIP LINES AGENTS. 
Peterson J A,3 S bet 1 & 2 E 
STOCK RAISERS. 

Warren Joseph, 2lst Ward opp 
School House 

SUBSCRIPTION AGENTS. 

Green W R Bro, 139 Main 
Rehrmaii F & Co, 64 2d S 

SURVEYORS. 

Boutelle G V M, 95 Main 

Bredemeyer Win, US Deputy Min- 
eral Surveyor, 50 2d S 

Gorlinski Joseph, U S Deputy Min- 
eral Surveyor 49 Main 

Westcoatt N, U S Mineral Survey- 
or 139 Main 

Wilder E B, U S Mineral Surveyor 
139 Main 

TAILORS. 

(See Merchant Tailors.) 

TANNERIES. 

Morris Robett, 4 N bet 1 & 2 W 
TEAS. 

(See Coffee <t Spice Mills.) 

Hardy Bros & P-urton, 26-2S Main 
RuffEW, 53-55 1st S 
Salt Lake Tea Co' Eckles & Jack- 
son , 1 54, 1st S 

TELEGRAPH COS. 



(hu-rnania Smelter, Office over Des- Deseret Telegraph Co, 61-63 Main 
eret 1'aiik Western Union Telegraph Co, 61- 

Conklin J C, Office Utah Sampling 
Mill over London Bank 



SOAP WORKS, 
Utah Soap Co, 4 W bet 4 & 5 W 



63 Main 

TELEPHONE COS 



! Utah Telephone Co, G W Naile, 
Manager, cor Main & 1 S 



Sardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & fllotlxins 



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TENT & AWNING MFGRS. 

Balser J, 34 2d S 
McOord Wm, 30 2d S 
Page E S, 197 Main 

THEATRES. 

Salt Lake Theatre nw cor 1 S & 1 E 
Walker Opera House 2 S bet Main 
&1 W 

TIN SHOPS & TINWARE. 

Deign ton R & Co, 3 S bet Main & 1 E 
James David, 69 Main 
Madsen P W & Co, 68 Main 
Richan W, 131 Commercial 
Woodford E, cor 2 S & 4 E 

TRANSFER COMPANIES. 

Mulloy & Paul, 2 S bet Main & 1 W 

TRUNK FACTORIES. 

Hellingsworth Wm, 61 1st S 
Manning Jno, il 2 S 
Meredith, Gallacher & Jones (see 
Ogden 1 1% blk W of Continental 
Hotel 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Skewes Wm,502d S 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

Barratt Bros, 123-131 Main 
DinwoodeyPI, 1 Sbet Main & 1 W 

VETERINARY SURGEONS 
NunnDrC W, 1272 1st S 

WAGONS & CARRIAGES. 
(See Agricultural Implements. 11 

Clawson H B, cor S T & Main 
Deseret Carriage & Wagon Shops, 
Oblad & Knight prop's 2 S bet 1 

& 2E 

Hopper A & Co, 2 S bet 1 & 2 E 
Hutchison & Busbey, 140-142 Com- 
mercial 

Klipple Ph & Co, 20-22 2d S 
Lowe Geo A, agtSchuttler Wagons, 

1 E bet 1 A 2 S 

Lowell Jno W Wagon Co, 1 E bet 1 
& 2S 



, Malquist Jno, Olive bet 1 &2 S 
Mattison L B, 1 E bet 1 A 2 S 
Nay lor & Pike, agts Cooper Wagons 

1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
Pacific Wagon & Implement Co, 1 

E bet 1 & 2 S 

Peck Jos A, cor 1 W & N T 
Puzey H, bet Commercial & 1 E 
Rundquist C F, 1 F, bet 2 & 3 S 
Sebree Howard, 1 E bet 1 & 2 S 
Studebaker Bros Mf'g Co, Deposi- 
tory, (branch house of South Kend 

Ind, 35-35 Main St 
walker Jos, 1 E bet I & 2 S 

WALL PAPER. 
Rivers Bros, 212-214 Main 

WHITE GOODS MFRS. 
Allen Mrs L, 69 2d S 

WHITE WASH E RS. 

OdellA Son, 1 S opp Continental 
Hotel 

WINDOW GLASS. 

Culmer G F & Bros, 20-22-28-30 1 S 
Sears & Liddle, 28 1 S 

WINES & LIQUORS. 
(See Liquors.) 

WHITE LEAD WORKS. 

Germania White Lead Works, over 
Deseret Bank 

WOODTURNERS. 

Dahlgren D B, Plum St 
Day A B, ne cor S T & 5 W 
Jensen N, es 4 E bet 6 & 7 S 

WOOL DEALERS, 
(See Hides, Wool, Pelts &c. i 

WOOLEN MILLS. 

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ALTA 

Is one of the oldest raining .towns in the Territory, and the mines sur- 
rounding it have achieved a world-wide fame. It is situated near the 
summit of Little Cotton wood Canyon. The town is one line of the 
Wasateh & Jordan Valley II. it. Distant seventeen miles from Sandy 
and twenty-eight miles by rail from Sa.t Lake City. Population in- 
cluding that at the surrounding mines reaches probably 890. 
Collins C H, Saloon & Lodging Smith Peter, Brewer 

House Stric'tley .1 no, Gen'l Store 

Sickles ctias M, Saloon Thomas Albert, Hotel 

Simmons F H, Drugs Tucker & Wallace, Geii'l Store 

BIG COTTONWOOD. 

Neilson Jas, G-on'l Store 

BINGHAM 

Is a mining town and central point of West Mountain Mining District. 
Is twenty-eight miles south-west of Salt Lake City and is reached by 
the Binghain Canyon and Camp Floyd It. R. Population about 500 

Chandler Geo K, I. umber and Coal McDonald 11 D, Wagons 

Clay Daniel, Saloon Mclimes, Duncan & Co, Gen'l Store 

Cooper vVm, G^u'l Store Morris I & Co, Gen'l Stoie 

Crane A, Blacksmith Phelan & Hayes, Gen'l Store 

Davis Geo, Li very Smith Geo A, Hotel 

Gunson 11 A, Geii'l Store Strickley Jno, Gen'l Store 

Heidel & Mcr^voy, Gen'l Store Tavey i j , stationery & Drugs 

Klopenstlne A, Hotel Toland & Lee, Saloon 
Lodders A, Saloon 

BRINTON. 

Population about 390. 

Big Cotton wood Co-op M Institu- Howard L A, Saloon 

tioii d S Miller H & Son, Millers & Machine 
Brin ton Bros, Geri'l Store Agents 

Brintoii & Butler, Saw Mill Nelson & Co, Gen'l Store 

DRAPER 

On the U. S. II, R., about eighteen miles from Salt Lake City. Is a 
farming settlement with a population of 490. 

Bobe-g N, Blacksmith Smith L, Blacksmith 

Garll <& Stewart, Gen'l Store Sorenson P, Carpenter 

Green B, Gen'l Store Wright Jno, Carpenter 

MILL CREEK. 

Population of about 1,000 farming town, 6 miles soulh-east of Salt 
Lake City. 

L. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



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Z. C. M. I. BOOTS and SHOES a Specialty. 



Exporter and Shipper of 

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HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR WHEAT 



JOHN W. HOOVER, Manager. 



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Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Uppers, W. L. Piclrard, Salt Lake City, Titan 
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Christenen H, Blacksmith Woodman D, Shoe Maker 

Gordon Jas, G S Mill &c 

SANDY STATION. 

Located twelve miles south of Salt Lake City, on the U. S. R. B. at 
its junction with the Wasatch & J. V. R. R. Population about 300. 
Noted principally for sampling ore facilities. 

Bagley Wm, Butcher Osterman Jas, Gen'l Store 



Gardner J, Miller Pioneer Sampling Works 

Rodel Sam'l, Butcher 



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Hardy J, Saloon 



Harrison I, Gen'l Store Schmidt C J, Drugs 

Hatch ST, Hotel Schuler Joseph, Brewer 

Holman E, Gen'l Store Scott & Anderson, Sampling Works 

Kemp Sam'l li, Saloon Trip W B, Saloon 

Mclntosh R, Sampling Works Utah forwarding Co 

ivlarriot Geo, Stationery White A, Harness Makers 

Marriott Thos E, G S & Blacksmith Willittle Ihos tt, Shoemaker 

Mingo Sampling Works & Furnace Yongberg A, Shoemaker 

SOUTH COTTONWOOD 

A few miles south of Salt Lake City , Population of about 1,000. Some- 
what scattered. 

Arnold .Tno, Brewery S Cottonwood Co-op Store, Gen'l 

Germania Lead Works Mdse, R Howe Supt 

Hall M E, H tel Spillet Jas, Gen'l Store 

Haynes Harry, Gen 1 Store Warenski E C, Gen'l Store & Saloon 

Lovendahl S M, G S & Blacksmith Winkle R, Brewer 

Miller & Son, Millers WOOLLEY O A, Gen'l Mdse 

PHILLIPS W J, Boot & Shoe Mk'r Young W G, Dentist 

UNION, 

A small farming settlement. About thirteen miles from Salt Lake 
City, near the south-east portion of the valley. Population 350. 

Graham J no, Gen'l Store Oborn Jno, Gen'l Store 

WASATCH 

Is a small town on the Wasatch & I. V. R. R. in Little Cottonwood Can- 
yon, where the rock for the Salt Lake Temple is quarried. Population 

300. 

Anderson A, Hay & Grain Mooreland & Oliver, G S 

Ballou R B, Saloon Slife Sam'l, G S 

Dawson & Bro, Gen'l Store 

WEST JORDAN 

A prosperous town of about 1,200 population on the Bingham Canyon 
R. R. near its Junction with the U. S. R. R., about 12 miles from Salt 
Lake City. Devoted mostly to farming and stock raising. 

Cooper F A, Gen'l Store Goff H & Co, Gen'l Store 

Cutler B L, Gen'l Store Hall A, Saloon 

Erickson J H, Miller 



You can save 10 per cent by buying Clothing at L* Goldberg'* 



FF. I/. Ticltard carries a full line of Trotting & Racing Goods 

FARMER'S EXCHANGE, 

PETER STUI3BS, Propr. 

Dealer in General Merchandise. 

Mining ind Surveying Patties Supplied. 



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Mrs. E. C. PULSIPHER, Propr. 

ffiflTEIL 

OF PROVO CITY. 

Situated on the west side of Main Street, four blocks 
from Depot. 



RS AGAR TARTUP, 

North Side Centre Street. 
PROVO CITY, UTAH. 

Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, 

All kinds of Confectionery, Groceries, Toys, Dry Gooas, 

and i<ancy Articles. 
THE BAZAR OF PROVO CITY. 

Henry G. Carroll & Son, 

ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS, CONTRACTORS 
AND BUILDERS. 

Also Manufacturers Iron Fences and all kinds of 
Iron Work. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Correspondence Solicited. 



L. Goldberg has tlic largest stock of Men's wear in S. L<. City 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WX. Pickard, Salt Lake 



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UTAH COUNTY. 

This county was organized in 1852, although it had been settled 
several years previous to that date. Its boundaries are : North by Salt 
Lake County, East by Wasatch County, South by Sanpete and Juab 
counties, and West by Juab and Tooele counties. It is one of the cen- 
tral counties and ranks in population, wealth and influence next to 
Salt Lake. The county has an area of over 2,000 square miles, much of 
which is excellent farming and meadow land, while the mountaneous 
portions afford an abundance of first-class timber. The midland coun- 
ties are supplied with cedar posts from Rush and Cedar Valleys in this 
county. The total number of acres under cultivation in 1880 was over 
45,000. Utah County leads the Territory in its yield of barley, corn, 
beans, sugar cane, hay, apples, pears, plums, apricots and shrub fruits. 
The eastern portion is well watered by copious streams from the Wa- 
satch mountains which are conducted by canals and irrigating ditches 
over many thousands of acres. The cities and towns are ranged along 
the northern and eastern shores of Utah Lake with remarkable regular- 
ity. Utah Lake is a body of fresh water with a surface of about 225 
square miles. It is well stocked with trout, mullet and chub which 
find a ready market in Salt Lake City. It occupies a central position 
in the county. The lake is emptied by the Jordan Kiver which flows 
into Great Salt Lake. 

PROVO CITY. 

Is the county seat of Utah County, situated on the Provo River at the 
base of the Wasatch Mountains which at this point rise to a tremendu- 
ous height. 

One characteristic feature of this city is the large number of elegant 
dwellings of which it can boast. In addition to this there are quite a 
number of elaborate residences in the course of erection, also public 
buildings among which may be mentioned the large tabernacle and 
new theatre. 

The industries of Provo consist conspicuously of woolen mills and 
sericulture. It is here also that millions of pounds of fruit are annual- 
ly raised and dried for the markets. 

The "Territorial Enquirer," published semi-weekly, is a good and 
authentic newspaper. 

They have first-class schools, also the Brigham Young Academy, 
which is one of the most prominent places of learning in the Terri- 
tory. It is here also that the Territorial Insane Asylum is located. 



3ardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Eats, Caps & SlotMng 

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Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 



GARDNER'S EXCHANG-E. 

O. 2'S. 
E>calcr in Frnils, Vegetables and Choice 



Centre Street, I'HOVO CITY, UTAH. 



2FIoneer 

Centre St., PttuVO CiTV, UTAH. 



Cakes, Pies, Bread and Confectionery. All kinds of 
Summer Drinks. 

.T. 9. LAMB, Proprietor. 



ID. IF 1 . 

BARBER. 

Centre Street, - - Provo City, Utah. 

THE FINEST AND M()T COMPLKTE RAHBKR SHOP IN 
THK < ITY. HOT AND COLD BATHS. 



ATTOR NEY-AT-LAW. 

OFFTCF, Ce itreStr't, late Enquirer Office, PHTTO CITY, UTAH. 

A. O. Smoot, pres. 'ohn Sharp, Vice Pres. 

\V. H. Dusenberry, Cashier. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 

PROVO CITY, UTAH. 

Paid in Capital, $5O.OOO. 

Buy and Sell Rxchnnreon princinal v.?iern nii'l Western Cities, 
r p* j Special attention paid to Collections. 

<3 J ! R?mittances matle at current rates or exchange. 



J. P. Booth. Gt'O. M. Brown. 

BOOTH & BROWN, 



Utond to all kinds of !><ral Business. P-iecial attention given to 
Forei'/n Collections, and th" prosecution o* claims to legacies 

and inhpritan es In foreign count ies. A Ho l.usit e s in 
7>, j the Lund Office and bpfore th^ difff-rent de= an- 

me. ts of Government, promptly attended to. 

^ OFFICE, COURT HOUSE, PRQVO GUT. UTAH. 

You can save JO i>vi' cent by buying (Jlotlting at J 



Wrought Spanish Kits & Spurs, W. T,. Pickard, Salt Lake 

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ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW. 



BOOTH ^ 
BOOT i J F, 
BKO.V'iS GKO M 
Dusonberry W H 
KVANS l),.TEl 
MILVFJU B 
SU THRU LAND A G 
Hutherland A O, Jr 
Til U UM AN SR 

BAKERS. 

Osterloh H R 
Shav Alexander 

BANKERS. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, WIL- 
SON H DUSONBERRY, cabh 

BAUBERS. 

CLUFF D F, Centre Sfc 
McMnrray (". P 
HAWLINGSHE 

button H D 

BASKET MANUFACTURERS 
Hind marsh T 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Douglass Wm, 
Mcsldruirt David 
Nelson C H 
Pec c Hdwin 
Sward An rust 
White lenry 
While T H & Bro 
Worsley John 

BOOKS & PRRIOI^ICAL AGTS. 
CHEEVEKH A 

BOOT & SHOE MAKERS. 

Be a c amuel 
L'*wis Thomas 
Mpi'lrn-n .eoigo 
Morby T F 
s-niili Alfred 
Thii^-ou P 
Weutz P M 
Williams Alex 



BUTCHERS. 

Bullock & Srnoot 

Cook Luke 

I 'copies Co-op Meat Ass'n 

Ha'liday A 

HardinffR 

fctubbs Feter 

B KICK MAKERS. 

Reesley .1 F 

Cook, Huberts & Co 

CONFECTIONERS. 
Groneman August 
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. 
! Henry G Carroll & Son 
COOPERS. 
Skinner H B 

CLOTHIERS. 

Provp Co-operative Institution, A 
iSingleton, manager 

DENTISTS, 

Flines R S 
TalmageJ J 

DEPUTY RECORDER, 
DANIELSJAMFS R 

DRUGGIST?. 

Oilman B 
iiiNESKS 

Provo co-op Drug Dep't, Geo Q, 

Coray, supt 
Sim mo is F H, 

Saoebridge CE 

FIRS INSURANCE. 

Green ha Igh A 
tlalliday V L 

FLOUR MILLS. 

HOOVER JOHN W 
Tanner Myron 



Scn't forget that Hardy Bros- & Barton ha?* a well selected stock of Dry QOO 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos 



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IPOIRT'RAIT G A LILIES "ST. 

Centre Street, Provo City, Utah. 
Branch Gallery at Payson. 

THE ONLY GALLERY IN THE CITY. 

PHOTOGRAPHS AND TIN TYPES TAKEN IN THE BEST STYLE 

OF THE ART. 

Enlarging and Copying a specialty. 

Keep on hand a fine assortment of Frames, Albums and 
Fancy Goods. 



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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 

Special Attention Given to Collections. 
FROVO CITY, UTAH. Correspondence Solicited. 



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PilOVO CITY, UTAH. 
Special Attention Given to Collections. 

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August Gronemann, 



In ^'ill its Branches. 



HAWLEY HOUSE, 

Pleasant Grove, Utah. 



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LIVERY AND FEED STABLE CONNECTED. 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear In S. L. Citj 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L, Picfcari Salt Lake City, 



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FURNITURE. 

Cluff, Booth & Co 
Jensen P C 
Taylor Geo 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

C12'S 

Freshwater W & Son 
Gray W H & Co 
Greenhalgh A 
Harrison Mrs E 
Hindmarsh Thos 
Horton Mrs E 
JONES S S, Centre St 
Provo Co-operative Institution, 
Reed Smoot , supt 

Provo Mfg Co Mercantile Dep't 
STARTUP MRS HAGAR, Centre 

St 

STAHTIN THOMAS, Centre St 
STUBBS PETE It, Centre St 
West Branch Provo Co-op Inst, R 

C Kirkwood, supt 
Z C M I, (Provo branch) 

HOTELS. 

Denver & Rio Grande Hotel, at 

Station 
EXCELSIOR HOUSE, JOHN W 

DEAL, Prop'r 
Milner Mrs 

Provo House, Isaac Bullock, Prop'r 
PULSE PH EU MRS E C, Provo Hotel 

Main St 

JEWELERS. 

Muhelstein N 
Neilseu S 

JOB PRINTERS. 
Graham J C 

HARNESS & SADDLERY. 
BEE F F& CO 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Provo Lumber, Manufacturing & 

Building Co, H H Cluff, supt 
PAXMAN W RH, Salesman 

LIME BUltNERS. 

Edwards Robert 
Jones & Keeler 



LIVERY STABLES. 



Davis H W, 
Orser Evert 



MACHINISTS. 



Carroll H G & Son 
Davis H W 
Poulsen H 
White T H & Bro 



NEWSPAPER. 

TERRITORIAL ENQUIRER, pub- 
lished every Tuesday and Friday 
afternoons, by J C Graham 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 
DANIELS T E, JR, Centre st 

PAINTERS. 

Bowler John 
Dunn W F 
Jepseii Samuel 
Maiben Henry J 
Sielck J H 

PHYSICIANS. 

Hannberry Julius 
H usted S 
Miller W C 
Riggs John 
Simmons F H 
Shoebridge C E 
lalmage J J 

POSTMASTER ASSISTANT. 
McCAUSLINJ B 

RESTAURANTS. 

LAMB J S, Pioneer Lunch House, 

Centre St 

SAWYERS. 
ELLIOT ED 

STATIONERS. 

Felt Brothers 

Gray W H & Co 

Greenhalgh A 

Stationery Dept, Provo Co-op Inst 



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Orders received by mail promptly attended to 
PAYSON CITY, UTAH. 




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NEPIII, UTAH. 
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Also a Large Stock of Morse Clothing, 
Bridles, Whips, etc., Guns and Ammunition. 


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Ladlas Saddles in great variety at W. L. Picjara's. Salt Lake City, Utah. 



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STONEMASONS. 

Collins Rros 
(')o>k Thomas 
Hill. James & Sons 
J,iddiard Samuel 
Liddiard Thomas 

SITUVEYOHS. 

Davin Thomas 
Stark Daniel 
Stewart A J 
Tanner J M 

TAILOHS. 

Ambroson II J C 
Hardy Charles 



NMlsen C W 

Singleton A 



TINNERS. 

Harrison YVm 
Martin Thomas 
Moore H J 

TOYS,. 
niNDMAUSH T 

\VOOLE:T MILLS. 

Provo Manufacturing Co, James 
Dunn, supt 



ALPINE CITY. 



Population about 273. 
Co-op Store, Gen' I Mdse 

Nash \V, Mill 



Dewey W & Son, Blacksmiths 



AMERICAN FORK. 

This active city has a population of about 2,010 consisting princi- 
pally of farmers. Thirty-three mil e.s from Sa't Lake City on the line 
of the U.C . R. R. Has a few good mines and quite a number of excel- 
lent prospects ii the cou se of development. Ranking business is 
mostly transacted through Salt Lake City and Provo. 



Adams Arza, Groceries 
Am H'ork 'o-op Merc in til o Tnst, 
\V B < nith. snot, G3ti i Store, 

Mill & Tannery 
Rate ri. Soda Watjr & Ic3 Cream 

t Votion* 
Rate Wm, \ tions 
Reunott A, Blacksmith 
Rir't Pran'<, Hrevvor 
lUJfty Lishsu liutcho)- 
Carter Fas, Millwright 
Chi- mian if. Live <toc'c 
Chipman Ia^, ( J'>n I <t ^ro 
Chip:na' W, f.ivo ^toc'c 
<'onk r FI. Shoo Maker & Rarber 
l^unkloy A, Gon'1 Store & PM 
Kismoro lo^eph. Builder 
Evr:in II, Wheelwright 
Francis f, f 'oooor 
(I ant W, Musi" 5-. Jewelry 
Green A, LiveStO3k 



ITl.yrloy W cu. Jewelry 

Jackson Mary, Hotel 

Jackson Wm vv r . Lumber 

Tnlian S, Tailor 

Keppprnick K, Hotel &c 

J^appi^h Mrs fl. Notions 

Lee K B, Painter 

LoarieO, Carpenter 

Pru-ttA Fverson, T^umber 

Roberts Bros, Gen I store & Drugs 

J?ibin-!on V D, viiller 

Jt olvrson Jos, Carpenter 

Kovviey Mrs. Notions 

Smith W, RlackMtiith 

S'lowj h, Groceries & Dry Goods 

Sle^i^ Tli os, .Dewing Machines & 

Notions 

Thornton A K, Gen'l Store 
tt'-alker Hobt, Blacksmith 
Watovman (I A. Oru^lst 
Wright Fred, iiutcher 



Uartly Bros. & Burton :arry a foil Ins of General Merchandise 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. L. Piokard, Salt Lake City 



James Whitehead, Jr 



-Manufacturer of- 



Stocking Yarns, Jeans, Linseys, Flan- 
nels, Seeks and Stockings. 



AND DEALER IN 



CASH PAID FOR WOOL. 

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CAPITOL SALOON 



ii, TJteli. 
A. CHALMERS, Proprietor. 

- Dealer in - 

PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, 

CIGARS and TOBACCO. 



TJtali. 
H. GOLDSBROUGH, Proprietor. 

THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY 

Passengers conveyed to and from the Depot. Livery 

and Feed Stables connected. 
- Good Sample Rooms. ---- j* 

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L. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L, City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, \V. JL. Fickard, Salt Lake. 

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BENJAMIN, 



A village about 63 miles south of Salt Lake City on the U. C. R. R., a^ 
the southern extremity of Utah Lake. Population about 150, princi- 
pally farmers. 

Benjamin Co-op Store, B F Stew- Hickmaii G W, Physician 
art, Manager, Gen'l Mdse 

CEDAR FORT. 

Cedar Fort Co-op Store, Gen'l Mdse Rodeback L B, Carpenter & Build- 
Gyldner C P, Shoe Maker er & Gen'l Woodworker 

Hacking Jno S, Gen'l Mdse Sawyer Walker O, Blacksmith 
Hacking Jno S, Blacksmith 

GOSHEN, 

A farming settlement of about 500 inhabitants. It is situated on Cur- 
rant Creek, seventy-five miles distant from Salt Lake City, six miles 
west of the Utah Central R. R., has a population of about 500 inhab- 
itants. 

Edwards E, Stock Raiser Oklebery P, Carpeiitar 

Goshen Co-op Store, Gen'l Mdse Price & Rouse, Mill 
Gourlay Paul, Carpenter White J W, Blacksmith 

Morgan Juo, Hotel 



;/j HOMANSVILLE. 

! Graham Alex, Wyoming Mill Locke I M, Mill 

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LEHI, 

An incorporated city, situated on the U. C. R. R., thirty-one miles 
south from Salt Lake City. Population 2,0 JO, chiefly engaged in farm- 
ing and stock raising. 

Dorton Joseph & Son, Butchers People's Co-op Store, Gen'l Mdse 
Goodmonson G & Son,s Jewelers TR Cutler, supt 

Harwood J & Son, Harness Makrs Taylor Samuel, Blacksmith 
Mulliner S, Grist Mill Trane & Powell, Gen'l Store 

Woodhouse Tno, Geri'l Store 

PAYSON. 

Situated on the U. C. R, R., about sixty-seven miles south of Salt Lake 
City. One of the most prosperous towns of Utah Co. Population about 
2,600, consisting principally of farmers. Payson can boast of quite a 
number of valuable mines located near by, consisting of hematite Jiron 
and other more precious metals. 

Bahr C O, Peddler Moore J H, Hotel 

8 : Bills Jos, Peddler Page J S, Mang'r Payson Co-op C 

S I BrigharnJ, Blacksmith Store . 

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Box M, Hotel 

Brimhail N, Blacksmith 

Clayson & Ostler, Shoe Makers 

Collett B E, Saloon 

Daniels J, Peddler 

Diem Jno, Harness Mkr A Tannery 

Done Jno & Sons, Saw Mill 

Douglas Mrs A, Millinery 

Douglass Wm & Sons, Gen'l Store 

Finlayson Jas, Payson Co-op Mill- 
ing Co 

Gough R & Sons, Saloon & Drugs 

Greer J II, Physician 

Hancock Cnas, Wagon Mkr 

Hancock S, Meat Market 

Hancock G W & Sons, Gen'l Store 
& Batchers 

Hancock & Shurtliff, Lime, Lum- 
ber &c 

Huisch J & Son, Blacksmiths 

Huish W H & Sons, Furniture 

Jones J S, Saw Mill 

McBeth J S, Wagons & Agriculfl 
Implements, Grain & Produce 

McBeth & Tempest, Gen'l Store 

Mitchell D, Shoe Maker 

Mitchell D A, Shoe Maker 



Patton Geo, Blacksmith & Wagons 

Payson Co-op Dairy 

Payson Co-op Institution 

Payson Co-op Market, T H Wilson, 
supt 

Payson Co-op Milling Co, Jas Fin- 
lay son, manager 

PerssonJno, Tailor 

POTTER AM AS A, Hotel 

Provstgaard J, Watchmaker 

Reece J , Blacksmith 

Schramm Chas C 

Simons G, Physician 

SIMONS MRS M D, Millinery, Dry 
Goods, Groceries &c 

Simons O, Grist Mill 

Simons & Hulsh, Saw Mill 

Stevens E, Fruits 

Townsend J L, Drags 

Wadsworth T S, Physician 

Wilson T H, Payson Co-op Mkt 

Wightman Mrs J L, Sewing Mach, 
Musical Insts, Books, Notions 
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Wimmer T G, Stocks 

Wirthin L, Gen'l Mdse 

Worsencroft S, Tinsmith 



MUSIC AND VARIETY STORE 



ZEL. .JOISTIES, 

Importer and Dealer in 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

Toys, Maps, Pictures, Books and Stationery, Watches 
and Jewelry, Frames, Glassware, Porce- 
lain Notions, Etc., Etc , 



3bTep3a.i, TJta.li. 
Dealer in 



WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS and TOBACCO. 



TZHIOS. Q-. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 



Home-Made and Imported Furniture, 

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Shoemakers 9 Toolp of all Jcinds, W~ L* Pichasd, Salt Lake. 

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PLEASANT GROVE. 

A prosperous farming|town on thelJ. C. R. R., about eleven miles north 
from Provo. Population 1,400. 

ANDERSON S W, Cabinet Maker Newman F W. Blacksmith & Wag- 
Beers F, Gen'l Store & Produce oils 
CLARK BROS & CO, Gen'l Mdse Pierson Mrs B F, Millinery 
Driggs B W & Sons, Dry Goods & Pleasant Grove Co-op Institution, 

Notions J no Brown, mang'r, Gen'l Mdse 

Driggs & Co, Dry Goods A Notions Smith & Whittaker, Agricultural 

HAWLEY MRS ELLICE, Hawley Implements 

House & Livery Stable 

SALEM, 

Population of 300; small farming settlement. 

Salem Co-op Institution, A Engberg, Manager, G S 

SANTAQUIN. 

Population of 650 a farming town situated in the extreme south of 
Utah Co. Its resources consist also of considerable lumbering interests, 
Leetham Jno, Gen'l Mdse Santaquin Co-op Store, E Open- 

Riter LE & Co, Gen'l Mdse shaw, Supt 

SPANISH FORK 

Is an incorporated city of about 21,0)0 inhabitants, twelve miles south 
of Provo. 

It is one of the important towns of Utah County, and is growing 
steadily in wealth and influence, and with its vast agricultural re* 
sources is able to support a still larger population. As a manufactur- 
ing town it is destined to become important, and supports a solid cir- 
cle of active business men. 

Adamson Allen, Machinist Malcom, Thomas &Co, Gen'l Mdse 

Anderson James, Blacksmith McConigal H, Druggist 

Angus John, Flour Mill McKell R. Blacksmith 

Atwood C B, Brickmaker MellorJF, Shoemaker 

Banks William, Butcher Miller James, General Mdse 

Barney John, Physician Money Richard, Woodturner 

Bowen David, Blacksmith Monk Charles, Notary Public 

Brown Benton Flour Mill Moore John, Justice of Peace 

Chappel Joseph, Butcher Moore H, Shoemaker 

Chivrell Alma, Bootmaker Morgan J E, Rlacksmith 

Clark A, Tinner Morrison J E, Wagonmaker 

Cornaby Samuel, Apariaii Murray & Ainge, Saloon 

Creer William, Attorney-at-law Neilson A P, Painter 

Darger W H, Tailor Neilson R, Harness & Saddlery 

Dimiick T J, Stock Dealer Packett Charles, Cooper 

Evans T D, Gen'l Mdse Peterson S, Furniture 

Gardner Neils, Flour Mili RocKhill John, Gen'l Mdse & Post 

Hales G G, Constable Master 

Holdering & Evans, Shoe Factory Row r e John, Shoemaker 

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Son't forget that Hardy Bros- & Burton have a well selected stock of Dry Gtood* 



California Lasso Saddles, W. L, Piokard, Salt Lake City. 

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Humble Henry, Blacksmith Shimmon R, Flour Mill 

JONES W R, Musical Mdse Spanish Fork Co-operative Insti- j p^ 

Jones J P. Tailor tution, W O Creer, Supt i r\ 

Jones L W, Shoemaker Watman C, Tinner j w 

Lawrence A T, Flour Mill Warren W J, Gen'l Mdse Oo 
Mad sen N P, Bootmaker 

SPRING LAKE. 

A small settlement midway between Santaquin and Payson. Popula- 
tion about 250. 

Johnson J F, Gen'l Mdse Soainhour Wm, Carpenter 

Johnson & Sons, Gen'l Store & Wilson G W, Carpenter 
Fruit Packers 

SPRINGV1LLE. 

An important incorporated city in Utah County, with a population of i |H 
about 2,500, with numerous manufacturing and mercantile institutions. 
Situated on the Utah & Pleasant Valley K. R, The principal pursuit of 
the settlers is fanning, the soil is very fertile and well adapted for this 
purpose and ranks this town as foremost in agriculture. 
Allsworth Jas, Boot & Shoe Mkr Reynolds Bros & Co,-Gen'l Mdse 
Bissell & Nelson, Millinery RO FLANGE MKS T, Millinery 

Crandall M P, Hotel Roylance Arnold, Boot & Shoe Mkr 

Dallin 'I hos, Grocer Sperry & Co, Druggists & Gen Mds 

P^vans J P, Tinner Springville Co-op Mercantile Insti- 

Groesbeck N H, Gen'l Store tution, T W Boyer, Supt 

Hendrickson Mrs A, Milliner Storrs & Crandall, Grist Mill 

Huntington N D, Post Master WHITEHEAD J, Jr. Manufacturer 

Packard N, Gen'l Mdse & Deaier in Gen'l Mdse 

Packard Bros & Co, Gen'l MJse WOOD L G, Accountant 



= 5 i YINCEMT fc OSTL.ER, 

**| EXCLUSIVE BOOT AND SHOE MERCHANTS 

i | LADIE'S AND GENTS' FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, 

5j j And everything in the Boot and Shoe line. 

g g I HAND SEWED GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

2^ i Main Street, between 4th and 5th, OGDEN. 

i _____________ _______________. _ . _ 

O | JAMES E. FOOTE, 

S i AGENT FOR THE COOPER WAGONS AND HAZARD POWDER. 

O | Dealer in BUGGIES, REAPERS, MOWERS, 

-^ | DRILLS, RAKES, etc.. HARNESS, SADDDES, BLANKETS, TENTS, 

I WAGON COVERS, Etc. 



L. Goldberg- has the larg-est stock of Men's wear in S. 1^. City 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WX.. Fickard, Salt Lake 



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WEBER COUNTY. a 

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This county, which ranks as one of the most important of the Ter. 
ritory, was first settled in 1850, and its county seat,Ogden, incorporated 
the following year. It is bounded on the north by Cache and Box 
Elder Counties, on the east by Rich, on the south by Davis and Morgan 
Counties, and on the west by the shore of the Great Salt Lake. It con- ^ 
tains an area of nearly 600 squat e miles with a population variously es- {3 

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ti mated at from 22,000 to 25,003. 

The county possesses fine agricultural facilities in its vast stretches 
of arable and pasture lands which are open to cultivation and are amp- 
ly supplied with water for irrigating purposes. 

Among her resources are her abundance of fine timber, a number 
of iron mines, and the Ogden and Weber Rivers that furnish abundant 
water power for milling and manufacturing interests. Weber County 
contains quite a number of towns besides Ogden City, most of them, 
however, being scattered farming villages. 

Those ranking most in importance are, North Ogden, Hooper Alma, 
Harrisville, Huntsville, Plain City, Slaterville and Uintah. 

Most of the area of the county is mountaneous in the extreme, em- 
bodying scenery that is romantic and sublime, 

Amid the snowy peaks are charming valleys, some of which con- 
tain settlements, while all furnish good pasture for the numerous flocks 
and herds. 

OGDEN. 

This is the second largest city in importance in the Territory. 

It is admirably located near the western base of the Wasatch range 
of mountains, at the junction of the Ogden and Weber River, which 
furnish more than enough requisite water power. 

The city has grown steadily until the population has now reached 
about 8,000 souls, Ogden has inherent the elements of prosperity being 
central in a highly productive agricultural region, containing also 
first-class manufacturing facilities. 



much interest to the exploring tourist. 

This city is more popularly termed the Jurction City, owing to 
the number of cross roads here, of the many lines of railroads which 
communicate with all portions of the globe. 
Adams L B, storage, commission Adams L R, (Guthrie, Dooley & 

& forwarding, 4th Street Co) 4th Street 



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Sail and see Hardy Bros. & Burton's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Groceries 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Pickard's. 



H. C. WARDLEIGH'S 



MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

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MAIN STREET, - OGDEN, CITY. 

JP. O. BOX 49. 



Brewery and Malthouse. 

MORITZ R1CHTER, Prop. 

Main Street, OGDEN CITY, Utah Ter. 



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ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



IP. O. IBOIS 25. 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in 8. Li. City 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W. L Pickard, Salt Lakb, 



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Alexander D, insurance, loan, real 
estate & collection agency, 4th 
Allen James, gen mdse, Main St 
Allen J X, M D, Main Street 
Allen S J, bookkeeper, Main St 
Anderson A C, clerk, Main St 
Anderson P, merchant tailor, 5th 
Arcade dining rooms, 4th Street 
Ashby Thos, boots & shoes, Main 

Bales Jno A, sadler, Main Street 
Ballinger A, real estate and loan 

agent, Main, bet 4th and 5th 
BANKS G M, Nevada Saloon. 4th 
Barnard &. White, lumber yard & 

planing mill, cor Wall & 4th 
BARRATT P BRCI V AL J, attorney 
at-law, notary public and col- 
lector, late asst U S District at- 
torney, es Main Street 
BECK WITH G, Hotel, cor Main 

and 5th Streets 

Beebe W S, dentist, Main Street 
Bergelin O W, tailor, Main Street 
Bishop Jno H, (Driver & Bishop) 

4th Street 

Blackwell Chas, carpenter & buil- 
der, 4th Street 

Blackwell Jas, groceries, Main St 
Blackwell Jas, painter & decorator 

Main Street 

Blanchard H S, clerk, 5th Street 
Blomquist Jno, tailor, Main Street 
Bluth J M L, tailor, 5th Street 
Bond H M, (II M Bond & Co) 4th 
Bond H M & Co, groceries, 4th 
Bostwick Jno, clerk, 5th Street 
Bo wring Mrs M, millinery, Main 
BOYLE & CO, furniture dealers & 
upholsterers, es M, bet 4th & 5th 
Bozarth A L, barkeeper, 5th Street 
Brewer Mrs E, millinery, 5th 
Briggs James, farmer, beach 
Briggs Mrs E, farmer, bench 
Broome Hotel, A D Shakespeare, 

propr, cor Main and 5th 
Brown F G, operator U P Tel Co 
Brown Francis H, salesman, cor 

Pearl and 5th 

Browning Bros, gunsmiths, Main 
Bruesch Geo, saloon, 5th Street 
Bryan Scott, clerk Ido DivlJ PR'y 
Buchner Geo, with Cal'a Brewing 

Depot, Main, bet 4th and 5th 
Burns Wm, carpenter, 4th Street 
Burton, Herrick <fe White, general 

merchandise, 4th Street 
Burton Thos J, restaurant, 5th St 
Butcher Walter, machinist, Main 

Carr B J, jeweler, 5th Street 



Carroll Wm, carpenter, 4th Street 
Carroll Wm, pioneer livery stable, 

Main, bet 4th and 5th 
Cederstrom M, merchant tailor, 4th 
Central Hotel, 5th 
Chambers Chas, bakery and res- 
taurant, Main Street 
Chambers J G, bookseller & sta- 
tioner, 5th Street 
Champneys T, bookkeeper, 5th St 
Chandler Geo, butcher, Main St 
Child Austin W, dry goods, &c 

Main 

CHILDSWG & SON, dry goods, 
carpets, stoves & tinware, gro- 
ceries, &c., Main Street 
Christie Sam'l, pedler,6th Street 
Clark John, teamster, 4th Ward 
CLAYTON & HAMILL, saloon, 4th 
Clayton J J, (Clayton & HamiiJ) 4th 
Coker Wm L, boarding house, 4th 
Coleman Jas, shoemaker, Main 
Collins Richard, (Collins House,) 

cor 5th and Young 
Colman Wm, sadler, Main 
Condon AS, M D, 4th Street 
Connor Thos, clerk, 5th Street 
Coolidge J E, > ss't supt Pullman 

Palace Car Co, Franklin 
Crandall J K, barkeeper, 4th and 

Franklin 
Crawshaw Henry, clerk E Street, 

bet 3d and 4th 

Crawshaw & Wilson, gen mdse, 4th 
Cross R W, bookkeeper, Main 
Curtiss F H. (Curtiss & Co) Main 
Curtiss & Co, hardware, <fec, Main 
Cushing C W, U C R'wy Office 

Dana Nellie, clerk 

DEE J M, LIVERY STABLE, 5th 

Dee Rose, Milliner, 4th 

Dee Thomas, groceries and crock- 
ery ware, 4th 

Dial & Kelley, harness and saddle 
manufacturers, Main Street 

Dodge Mrs Julia, restaurant, 4th 

Doddridge W B, gen'l supt Idaho 
Div U P R'wy 

Dooley R M (Guthrie,Dooley & Co) 
4th Street 

Driver & Bishop, druggists, &c, 4th 

Driver Jesse J , (Driver & Bishop) 
4th Street 

Driver Wm & Son, wholesale drugs 
Main Street 

DUNHAM & CO, grocery and bak- 
ery, 5th Street 

Dunham A, (A Dunham & Co) 5th 

Duryea WL, (Potter, Duryea &Co) 
cor 5th and Main 



Sardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Shoemakers' Tools of all Kinds, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



Manufacturing Confectioner. 



IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF 



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CIGARS, TOYS, DOLLS, PERFUMERY, 

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sjj FANCY GOODS GENERALLY. 

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Street, Og-d-en., TJtsili. 

P. O. Box 182. 



CANDIES, NUTS, CRACKERS, TOBACCO, 



Purchasers in Northern and Southern Utah, will find 
O it to their interest to obtain prices from the "Junction 



4| CURTISS & 'CO., 

Dealess in HARD WA11E, STEEL and NAILS. 

J FARMERS' BLACKSMITHS' AND MINERS' TOOLS. HOWE'S 
g i SCALES. TIN, COPPER AND STAMPED WARE. 

^ ~ j TINWARE MANUFACTUREES. 

^ | MAIN STREET, OGDEN, 



Between Ogden and Plain City, Utah. 

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_A_. LIE IPiFIEIR,, 

BATH HOUSE, 

Corner 3rd Main, OGDEN CITY, UTAH. 

5,1 j HOT, COLD, MEDICATED AND ELECTRIC BATHS, 
<p| ALL OLD CHRONIC DISEASES CUBED WITHOUT MEDICINE. 

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OGDEN CITY, UTAH. 
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GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake Oity 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 



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Eayrs & O'Neil, commercial bar, 

Main and 5th 
Eccles D, lumber yard, door and 

sash factory, 4th Street 
ECCLES J H, wood turning* furni- 
ture and builder, 5th Street 
Edwards Benj, bootblack, 5th 
EKLUND C A, merchant tailor, 

Lewis building, Main Street 
Eclund Jno E, clerk, Main Street 
Emmett & Farley, blacksmiths 
Ensign Edgar, machinist, Main 

Farley L, tonsorial artist, 4th St 
Farley W, blacksmith, wagons and 

carriages. Main, bet 3d & 4th 
Farr Bros, flour and grain, wagons 

and machinery, 4th Street 
Farrell Wm, books & stationery 

and job printer, 4th Street 
Felshaw D M, attorn ey-at law and 

U S commissioner, Main Street 
Fiddler & Springer, maps, charts 

& dictionaries, Main Street 
Fiddler W A & Co, general agency, 

Main Street 
Fiddler W A, (W A Fiddler & Co.) 

Main Street 

Field Susan, clerk, 5th Street 
First Nat Bank, cor 4th & Main 
Flygare N C, architect & builder, 

Smith, bet 4th and 5th 
Flygare N C, clerk, cor 4th & Main 
Folger W, bookkeeper, 4th Street 
Foote J E, dealer in carriages, har- 
ness & saddlery, cor Main &5th 
Forbes G W, clerk, Young Streel 
Forbes H B, builder, 2d Street 
Fowles W L, barber shop, 4th 
FRANK S II & CO, hides A leather 

Main, bet 3d and 4th 
Funge Wm, jr, clerk, Main Street 
Funge W W, hardware, stoves and 

tinware, Main Street 
Gale James, furniture and under- 
taker, Main, bet 4th and 5th 
Gibbon F, wall paper and groceries 

Main, bet 5th and 6th 
GIBBONS THOS, gunsmith and 

hardware, 5th Street 
Gibson H E, planing mill, cor 4th 

and Franklin 

Gibson Lovell, clerk, 4th & Frank'n 
Goddard H H, agt Singer Sewing 

Machine, 4th Street 
Goodfellow J B, Goodys saloon, 5th 
Greenwell A & Son, butchers, 4th 
Griffin H L, fruit & produce, Main 
Grill Phillip, butcher, 4th Street 
Grundy T B, plumbing & pumps, 

5th Street 



Guiguir H H, manager English 

kitchen, 5th Street 
Guthrie, Dooley & Co, bankers, 4th 
Guthrie J W, (Guthrie, Dooly & Co) 

4th Street 

Haefeii Leo, editor Ogden Herald, 

Main, bet 4th and 5lh 
Hall F A, dentist, 4th Street 
Hall Frank, clerk, 5th Street 
Hall Mark, machinist, Main Street 
Hall Miss T M, clerk Post Office 
Hamill James (Clayton & Hamill) 

4th Street 

Hanson C, barkeeper Union Hotel 
Hardens tein E A, barber, 4th St 
HAKKNESS & CO, bankers, 4th St 
Harris A G, (H M Bond & Co. 4th 
Harris Bros, groceries and provis- 
ions, shipping, Main street 
Harrison & Packard, furniture <fc 

upholstery, 5th Street 
Harrison T S, (Harrison & Packard) 

5th Street 

Hart John, saloon, Main Street 
Helfrich E C & Co, wholesale pro- 
duce and commission, Main St 
Hellenwell Robert, saloon, 5th St 
Henson Juiius, carpenter, ftth St 
Herdti Peter, clerk, 5th Street 
Heywood A R, (Kirnball & Hey- 

wood) 4th Street 

Higginbotharn J C, manager Ar- 
cade Dining Rooms, 4th Street 
Higginbotham S H & Bro, seueral 

merchandise, 5th Street 

Higginbotharn S H, (S H & Bro) 5th 

Higginbotham S S & Co, general 

merchandise, Main, bet 3d &4th 

Higginbotham T W, (S H & Bro) 

5th Street 

Hill O E, (G uthrie, Dooley & Co) 4th 
Hobson L N, Keeney House Saloon 

adjoining Depot 
Hodgmaii W O, harness & saddles 

Main Street 

Holther L G, tailor, 5th Street 
Hopkins & Van Dyke, crockery & 

glassware, 4th Street 
Hopson W S, Palace saloon, Main 
Horrocks & Baxter,gen mdse,Main 
Horrocks E J, clerk, Main 
Horrocks James E, electrician, 4th 
Horrocks James, speculator, 4th 
Horrocks John, saloon, Main St 
Hurlbut F B, (McNutt & Hurlbut, 

4th Street 

HUSS ISIDORE, boot & shoe ma- 
kers, 5th Street 

Idaho Lumber Co, bulid'g materi- 
al, Main bet 3d &4th 



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Gall and see Hardy Bros. & Burton's complete stock of Staple Fancy (Jroceriei 



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out on short notice. Notary Public in Office. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

IOOOTS ^^ISTHD 

MANUFACTORY, MAIN STREET, OGDEN, UTAH, 



JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES, BLANK BOOKS, LEGAL BLANKS. 
ORDERS SOLICITED. FOURTH ST., OGDEN. 

~S~HATjp ER & CO., 

s'^x* ocusr. 



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I FOURTH STREET, next door to Tribe's. - - OGDEN, UTAH. 
P. O. BOX 164. 

JOHN C. CHAMBERS, 

fc j Dealer in 

s|| BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS AND EDUCA- 
! TIONAL SUPPLIES. 

f ., I Toys and Fancy Goods, Newspapers, Magazines and Periodicals. 

OGDEN, UTAH. 

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SI I THE CHOICEST OF LIQUORS CIG-ARS Etc. 

. \ MAIN STREET, OGDEN, UTAH. 



TTsT". KC. 

Jobber and Retail Dealer in all kinds of 



Guns, Rifles, Revolvers and Ammunition. Fishing Tackle, 

Pocket Cutlery, Playing Cards, Pipes and Cigars. 
P. O. Box 127. Fifth St. OGDEN, UTAH. 



Best Team Harness made by W, L. Pickard, Salt Laka 

ELI B. KELSEY, JR. J>. O. BOX 22. F. A. PUTERBAUGH. 

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GENKKAL 

Real Estate, Loan, Rent and Collecting Agents, 

OFFICE, Corner of Fourth and Young Streets, OGDEN, UTAH. 

SEARCHERS OF RECORDS. 

Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements, Leases, etc.. made 



L. >oldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L* City 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lako 



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Ingram Mrs S J, bdghouse, Main 
I O OF Hall 4th St 
Jenkins J W & Sons, harness & 
saddlery, Main bet 4th A 5th (See 

SL City) 

Jennings C P, photographer, Main 
Jewett David, clerk, 5th St 
Johnson M A, saloon A lodging 

house, 5th St 

Jones E A, carpenter 4th St 
Jones t red, butcher, 4th St 
Jones M (M D) physician 4th St 
Jones T W, merchant tailor & 
men's furishing goods, main bet 

4th & 5th 
Junction City Hotel, G Buckwith, 

Propr, cor 5th Main 

Kay David, produce & grain, cor 

5th & Main 
Keeney House, M H Beardsley, 

Prop'r RR Depot 
Kelley H W, saddler Main St 
Kelsey & Puterbaugh, real es- 
tate, loan & insurance a-gts, cor 

4th & Young 
Kerr Geo A, cierk, Main 
Kershaw H A, plumber, Main bet 

8d & 4th St 

Key cs Edward, saloon, 5th St 
Kiesel Fred J, groceries & liquors, 

4th St 

Kiesel J, (A Dunham & Co,) 5th St 
Kimball Gen'l N, postmaster, 4th 
Kirnball & Heywood, attys at law 

4th St 

Kimball J N, (Kimball A Hey- 
wood) 4th St 
Kuhri A & Bro, clothing. & gen'l 

mdse, Main cor 4th St 

Lambert Edwin, restaurant, Main 
Lambert J A, barber, Main St 
Lambert & Martin, Ogden Marble 

Works, 5th St 

Leaman R W W, bookkeeper, 5th 
Leonhardt Ed, carpenter, 4th St 
Lepper A D, (M D) bath house, 3d 

bet Main & Young 
Lepper Mrs A, 3d St 
Lewis Bros, notions Main St 
Lewis JS& Co, clocks & jewelry, 

Main St 

Lewis H D, 'J S Lewis & Co) Main 
Lewis J S, ( J S Lewis & Co) Main 
Lewis Sam'l (Lewis Bros) Main 
Llndblad Jno, tailor, Main St 
Lindsdale H S, carpenter, 4th St 
Lindsey Mark, varieties, 5th St 
Litchfield W D, clerk, Main St 
Lundstedt C, tailor, Main St 



Lowe Geo A, Schuttler wagons, 

spring wagons, agricultural im- 

plem'ts, steam engines &c,Main 

Lowell John W, wagon co, Main 

Maddock Jno, tailor, 4th St 

Maboii Mrs Emma, dressmaker & 

millinery, 5th St 
Maillot Louis, carnenter, 4th St 
MARKS, GOLDSMITH <& Co, 
clothing, gents furnishing & 

boots & shoes, cor Main ,t 4th St 
Marks J, (Marks, Goldsmith & Co) 

Pearl bet '3d & 4 
May Henry, barber, 4th St 
McCarty & Minter,Bank Exchange 

Saloon, Main St 

McCarthy Nelson, saloon, Main St 
McCauley Capt C A H, assis't quar- 
termaster, Main St 
McDonald Jno, clerk Keeney House 
McEnti re W F, clerk, 4th & Main 
McFARLANE ARTHUR, cigars & 

tobacco, 5th St 
McFARL ANK ,P cigars & tobacco, 

5th St 

McLennan J B, saloon, 5th St 
McNutt & Hurl but, whole drugs & 

Liqnors, 4th St 
McNutt J W, (McNutt & Hurlbut) 

4th St 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Main 
Mill is J W, coal yard, 5th St 
Monson P, tailor, 5th St 
Morley Mrs Agnes, millinery, 5th 
Morley James, barkeeper, 5th St 
Morley Jos, Morley House, 5th St 
Morley Wm, barber, 5th St 
Moulding S, clerk post office 
Murphy J J, produce shipper, 5th 

-NILSON CHRISTIAN, butcher, 
Main St 

Newman H J, tinsmith, Main bet 
5th & 6th St 

Nicholls Henry W, jewelry & no- 
tions, 5th St 

Odd Fellows Hall, 4th St 

Ogden Daily Herald, Main bet 4th 

&5th St 

Ogden Daily Pilot, cor Main & 4th 
Ogden Electric Light works, 4th 

above Main 
Ogden Market Co, produce & fruit 

cor Main & 4th 
Ohlson G A, tinner, Main St 
O'Neil M J, saloon, 5th St 
Ostler Oliver R, (Vincent & Ostler) 

Main St 

Packard T W, (Harrison & Pack- 
ard) 5th St 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



Shoemakers' Tools of all kinds, W. L. Fickard, Salt Lake. 



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PARSONS BROS, stationery, book 

& school supplies, Main St 
PARSON A H, (Parsons Bros) Main ! 
PARSONS C H ,f Parsons Bros) Main 1 
Payne Edwin, clerk, 5th St 
PEAKCE Wm, machine shop,Main i 
Peebles C L, drugs & medicines, 

Main St 
Pell ins Win, cigars & tobacco, cor j 

4th & Main 

Pender Phil, barkeeper, 5th St 
Peterson W H, Union Hotel Bar 
PettJit S L,"conductor P P C Co, U , 

P Hotel 

PiersonB, tailor, 4th St 
Planz P H, barber, 5th St 
Post Office, Genl N Kimball, P M, 

4th St . 

Post W E, cashier, 4th St 
Potter, Duryea & Co, whol jewelers, 

cor Main & 5th St 
Potter Ed H, (Potter, Duryea & Co) 

cor 5th & Main 
Presbysterian Church, 4th St 
Prcshaw S M, undertaker, Main 

bet 4th A 5th 

Preston Frank A, clerk, Main 
Preston <fe Co, saloon, 5th St 
PKINZ CHRISTIAN, Idaho Bakery 

5th St 

Kank W M, staple and fancy gro- 
ceries, 4th Street 
REEDER F H, notions, toys, &c, 

froceries, tobacco, &c., Candy 
'actoiy, 5th Street 
Reeves Jno, gen'l local agent Utah 

U C R R office 

Reid Oscar, shoemaker, Main St 
Reid W S, shoemaker, Main Streat 
Reinstrom C J, tailor, 5th Street 
Reno A C, candies, Main Street- 
Reynolds W R & Co, saloon, Main 
RICHARDS BROS, dry goods and 

notions, Main Street 
RICHARDS C C, (Richards Bros) 

Main Street 
RICHARDS L M, (Richards Bros.) 

Main Street 
Richards S P, bookkeeper, corner 

Main and 5th 
Richter Moritz, brewery & saloon, 

Main Street 

RILEY -7 S & CO, Stock Board Ex- 
change Saloon, 5th Street 
Riley J S, (J S Riley & Co) 5th St 
RUBEL & PENGLASE, wholesale 

liquors, Main Street 
Saltenberger A, German bakery & 

restaurant, cor 5th & Franklin 
Sand berg Peter, shoemaker, Main 



Schutt H, Utah Central office 
Scoville H B, broom factory, Young 

bet 4th and 5th 

Scowcroft Heber, clerk, Main St 
Scowcroft Jno, manufacturing con- 
fectioner. Main Street 
Scowcroft John, clerk, Main Street 
Scowcroft Joseph, clerk, Main St 
Scowcroft Willard, clerk, Main St 
Seaman J, bookkeeper, cor Wall & 

4th Streets 
Sears H J, bookkeeper Z C M I, cor 

4th and Main 
SEBREE HOWARD, agricultural 

implements & wagons, corner 

Main and 5th 
Sebree N B, traveling agent Bain 

Wagons, cor Main and 5th 
SEBREE W E, manager Howard 

Sebree, cor Main and 5th 
Searnon J, Fire Insurance 
Sewell Jos, gen'l mdse, 4th Street 
Shafer H & Co, saloon, 4th Street 
Shakespeare A D, prop'r Broome 

Hotel, cor arfain and 5th 
Shreeve Mrs Emma, dressmaker, 

Main Street 

Shurtliff H V, cattle inspector, 5th 
Silva V M C, hides & Wool, Main, 

bet 3d and 4th 
Simmons Noble E, lunch counter, 

5th Street 

Simon Bros, notions, Main Street 
Slater VV S, shoemaker, Main St 
Small Joshua, clerk, 5th Street 
Smith Elizabeth, groceries, 4th St 
Smith H, barber, 5th Street 
Smith .T A, job printer, Main, bet 

4th and 5th 

Smuin &Thomas,gen'l mdse, Main 
Smuin Jno (Smuin & Thomas)Main 
Smurthwaite Jas R, clerk, Main 
Spencer H H, clerk, 4th 
Spencer Porter W, Oyster Bay Res- 
taurant, 5th Street 
Springer J B, (W A Fiddler & Co) 

Main Street 
SPRUNT & STAHR, gen'l mdse, 

Main Street 

Sprunt Jas P, (Sprunt & Stahr)Main 
Stahr Joseph,(Sprunt <fe Stahr)Main 
Stam P, tailor, 5th Street 
Stanford Joseph, dry goods & gro- , 

ceries, Main Street 
Stanford Thos Y, clerk. Main Street * 
Stayner Cora, clerk, 5th Street 
Stayner Mrs T J, millinery, 5th St 
Steele, Johnson & Co, wholesale 

grocers, Main Street 
Stephens A, agent Steele, Johnson 

&Co, Omaha, Main 
Stephens D H, photographer, 5th 



I*. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



Shoe Leather & Findings, W. I* Pickard, Salt Lake City 



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Stevens W H, cigars, tobacco and 

sporting goods, 5th Street 
Stevens Sidney, agricultural im- 
plements, machinery, produce 
& grain, steam engines, lumber 
&c, 5th Street 

St John Mrs M, gen'l mdse, 4th St 
St John Nelson, butcher, 4th St 
Stone Wm, clerk, Main Street 
Stratford F, & Son, furniture, Main 
Stratford E, (Stratford & Son, Main 
Stratford Jesse G, (Stratford &Son) 

Main Street 

Summerfield Kinney, clerk, 5th St 
Swift Thos D, shoemaker, Main St 

Taylor Joseph, tailor, 4th Street 
Taylor J M, foreman, boots & shoes 

5th Street, 
Taylor R J, tithing agent, Weber 

county, 5th Street 
Taylor liichard, clerk, 5th Street 
Tavey H C, salesman, Main St 
THIWLE DR E, physician, Tribes 

building, 4th Street 
Thomas A J, organs and sewing 

machines, 3d Street 
Thomas Catherine, variety store, 

5th Street 
Thomas T G, (Smuin & Thomas) 

Main Street 

Thompson F H, Park Saloon, 5th 
Thompson J, stoves & tinware, 5th 
Thompson Jas, English kitchen, 

5th Street 

Thompson Lizzie, millinery, 5th 
Toon Edward, clerk, 5th Street 
TRIBE GEO H, gen'l mdse, wines, 

liquors, cigars & tobacco, Main 
Tyfe W W, blacksmith, 5th 
Tyler Jno G, clerk Union Hotel 
Tyre 1 ! Joseph, boot & shoe maker, 

5th Street 

Ulrich Ed M D, homeopathist, 4th 
Union Depot Hotel, M H Beards- 
ley, prop'r, R R Depot 
Union Depot Lunch Room, W A 
Scodder, prop'r, R R Depot 

Valentine Henry, cook, 5th Street 
VAN DYKE WM & CO, produce 
commission, shipping and for- 
warding, Young, bet 4th & 5th 
Vinagar P C, star laundry, 5th 
Vincent Milo, (Vincent & Ostler) 

Main Street 

Vincent & Ostler, boots & shoes, 
Main Street 

Waber Adam, tailor, Main 



Wade W A Co, stationery, drugs & 

Liquors, Main Street 
Wade W A, (W A Wade & Co)Main 
Wagener Henry California brew- 
ery, Depot, Main bet 4th & 5th 
Wardleigh H C, music & musical 
instruments and sewing ma- 
chines, Main Street 
Wardman Henry, clerk, 5th 
Warren Mrs W C, millinery & no- 
tions, Main, bet 5th &, 6th 
Watkins C, boot & shoe maker, 

Main, bet 5th and 6th 
Watkins F, clerk, 5th Street 
Watson Jno, clerk Z C M I 
Wells G S, clerk Z C M I 
Weston Heber, clerk, 5th Street 
Weston Samuel, shoemaker, Main 
Whateley Joel E, restaurant, 4th 
Whateley Mrs M, restaurant, 4th 
Wheelwright M B, groceries and 

provisions, Main 
White H C, restaurant, 5th 
Whitman B, clerk, 5th 
Wild L S, operator U P Tel Co 
Williams G P, conductor P P C Co 

U P Hotel 

Williams Lorin, shoemaker, Main 
Williams Richard, plumbing and 

pumps, Main 
WILLIAMS & TURNER, saloon, 

Main Street 

Williams W, clerk, Main Street 
Wilson Geo C, groceries, notions, 

<fec, 5th Street 

WILSON L D & CO. hard ware, Main 
Wilson Robert C, clerk, Main St 
Wilson W, saloon , 5th Street 
Winslow J H, restaurant, Main 
Winslow Reuben, restaurant, Main 
Woods H S, clerk, 5th Street 
WOTHERSPOON JAS, gen'l mdse, 

Main Street 
Wright G J, groceries, produce and 

provisions, 4th Street 
Wright Jos<fe Son, fish & produce, 

Main Street 
Wright Jos, second hand store and 

auctioneer, Main Street 
Wright W H & Son, gen'l mdse,4th 

YOUNT E, butcher, 5th Street 
YOUNG H S, Cashier First Nation- 
al Bank 
Young W L, Utah Central Office 

Zitman Louis, clerk, Main Street 
Z C M I, gen'J mdse, cor 4th & Main 



Jcn't forget tiat Hardy Bros* & Burton have A well selected stock of Dry Gfoodt 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, WJL. Pickard, Salt Lake 

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ALMA 

Is a small settlement on the Weber river, with about 300 population, 
most engaged in farming ahd stock raising; located 8 miles west of 
Ogden. Hall John, general merchandise. 

EDEN 

Has a population of about 200, mostly engaged in farming and the lum- 
ber trade. 

Burt James, sr, blacksmith Ferrin J M, lumber merchant 

Farrell Jno f general merchandise Fuller E B. lumber & lath manuf'r 

HARRISVILLE, 

Seven miles north of Ogden, has a population of about GOO, comprising 
mostly farmers scattered over considerable territory, 
Acran P, carpenter Rawson A M, carpenter 

BROWN R D, gen'l mdse & P M Rawson D B, blacksmith 
Brown R D, contractor & builder Relief Society Store, No 1 and 2 
Dabeil AK, carpenter Westergard J C, blackmith 

Douglas D, carpenter 

HOOPER. 

A small settlement of about 200 population, mostly engaged in farming. 
Gwilliam H B, gen'l merchandise Manning H \V * gen'l merchandise 
Hardy Elisha, geu'l merchandise SIMPSON ROBERT, postmaster 

HUNTS VI LLE. 

A small farming town of about 400 population. 
Neilson L M, gen'l merchandise Peterson S & Co., general store 

LYNNE. 

A small town of about 200 population, mostly farmers. 
Corden John, general store Thorsted P, flour mill 

Youngston J, blacksmith 

NORTH OGDEN 

Is a prosperous farming district, situated about 8 miles from Ogden. 
The population is scattered over quite an extensive area and is estim- 
ated at about 1200. North Ogden has a number of District Schools which 
have a good attendance. The soil is very fertile owing to the number 
of springsand assures excellent crops with a regularity seldom equalled. 

Barker Henry, nursery Ellis Fred , nursery 

Barker James, nursery Norvil George, physician 

Barnet George, gardener Rese John, notions and pedler 
Berrett Alfred, saw mill & lumber Richards John, blacksmith 

Cazier Ben, notions and pedler Steveus S, gen'l mdse & postmaster 

Chad wick H, nursery Vanderhoof Jesse, blacksmieh 

Dudrnan Frank, notions Waldron L, physician 



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PLAIN CITY. 

A small farming town about 6 miles from Ogden, with a population 
of about 000. 

Anderson A, shoemaker Folkman C D, blacksmith 

Co-op Store, geivl merchandise Folkman & Neal, fruits, &c 

SLATERSVILLE. 

Jj A small farming town of about 250 inhabitants. 

Holly Henry, general store 

UINTAH 

A small settlement of about 300 inhabitants, situated on the U P R R, 
well adapted to fruit raising and general agricultural products. 
Bowman Bros, gen'l merchandise De La Baume C, shipper produce 
Dye Samuel, shipper produce 



BEAVER COUNTY 

Is one of the South Western Counties, about 200 miles South of Salt Lake 
City. It is bounded on the North by Millard County, on the East by 
Piute County, on the South by Iron County and on the West by the 
State of Nevada. In Beaver Lake, Rocky and Star Mining Districts are 
some notable Iron mines as well as other more precious mineral bear- 
ing claims. 

BEAVER CITY. 

This, the County seat of Beaver County, is one of the solid and sub- 
stantial cities of Southern Utah. With a population of about 2000, all 
enterprising and industrious, supporting several newspapers, and var- 
ious mining industries near at hand, it is bound to grow in import- 
ance second to none in the territory. 

Beaver Co-op store, gen'l mdse Hanson E W, liquors & groceries 
Burke R H, druggist Herbut G H, druggist 

Bickley W G, notions & gen'l mdse McMillen J S, sewing machines, &c 
Cartwright Jos, blacksmith McMILLAN J S, postmaster 

Clayton T R,pub Southern Utonian Roberts Abel, blacksmith 
Equality Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Schmidt Chas, shoemaker 
Fennemore Samuel gen'l mdse Swindlehurst J, blacksmith 

Fennemore J & Co, gen'l mdse Taylor Jno, liquors, harness, &c 

Femley E, blacksmith Willden Ellott, gen'l merchandise 

Field Joseph, Second-hand store Woodhouse C C, gen'l merchandise 

ADAMSVILLE. 

A small town, mostly farmers, somewhat Scattered and contains 
about 100 population, 
VANS JNO T, postmaster, Joseph J H, gen'l merchandise 



)on't forget that Hardy Bros* & Burton hum A well selected stock of Dry Goods 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at Piekard' 



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FRISCO. 

A mining town with about 800 population on Utah Central Railroad, 
50 miles west of Beaver City. It is situated on the Eastern base of the 
San Francisco mountains and with its valuable mineral claims bids 
fair to remain one of our best and permanent mining camps. Its lead- 
ing mine is the famous Horn Silver mine, whose fame is established 
world wide. Frisco supports a solid circle of active and enterprising 
business men. 



Barnes E H, hotel 

Barrett & Bo wen, meat market 

Bennett, Holbrook & Co., mdse 

Boatwright W, blacksmith & wag- 
on shop 

Bowen W, livery 

Burke R II & Co, drugs, &c 

Buriingame E i >, job printer 

Burnison W H, mine manager 

Boatright & Carver, livery & sale 
stable 

Cactus Mining Co, Allan G Camp- 
bell, president 

Clarke J W, saloon 

Carbonate Boarding House, H 
Reilly, propr 

Cactus Boarding House 

Dodds Bros, stock dealers, butchers 

Duggan Mrs L C, bakery 

Duggans S M, flour 

Feeney Daniel, saloon 

Fitzgerald & Hyan, saloon 

Frisco Banking Co, PL Orth, cash'r 

Frisco Mining & Smelting Co, C D 
Bigelow, president 

First South Extension H S M Co, 
P Ryan, manager 

Frisco Kestaurant, C Anthony, pro 

Fordonski David, tonsorial artist 

Grace Richard, blacksmith & wag- 
on shop 

Graham J M, saloon 

Grant J F & Co, gen'l merchandise 

Hagan R T & Co, notions 

Horn Silver Mining Co, H C Hill, 
manager 

Horn Silver M Co, gen'l mdse, AC 

Horn Silver Boarding House, H 
Barnes, proprietor 

Haynes W, saloon 

Hanaftn Mrs John, laundry 

Hop Lee, laundry 

Italian Marbie Co, J F Grant, Sec'y 

GREENVILLE 

Is a small town of 100 inhabitants, mostly engaged in farming 

mining. 

Miller D, general merchandise 



James & Angel, meat market 

Jones Miss B K, milliner and dress 
maker 

KING CHARLES S, Postmaster 

Kelley S D, saloon 

King Chas S & Co, gen'l mdse, ci- 
gars, tobacco and stationery 

Kennedy A, tonsorial artist 

Lammersdorf C, precious stones 

Lochrie P. attorney-at-law 

LaFayette Restaurant, C Mow, pro 

Lipscomb R S, justice peace & U S 
commissioner 

Latimer T H, assay er 

Malloy P A, saloon 

Meyerfleld Chas, saloon & shoe shop 

Minard J B, watchmaker 

Murray S, saloon 

Mahoney M, saloon 

Naglor R, watchmaker 

Orrick Wrn, b.acksmith & wagon 
shop 

Orth P L, Life & Fire Insurance 

Reher J C, saloon 

Rehnstrom John, merchant tailor 

Riley A, boarding house 

Rant Win L, assayer 

Ryan & Co, saloon 

Southern Hotel, M Mahoney, prop 

St James Hotel, Wm Haynes, prop 

Savior John, saloon 

Schmidt J, saloon 

Schmitt C, shoemaker 

Schwartz P, general store 

Smith John, livery 

Shwartz P. saloon 

Staples J R, furniture 

Southern Utah Times, Chas S King 
& Co, publishers 

St Louis Brewery,John Rehr, prop 

Sam Hing, laundry, 

Wo Hing Ching, laundry 



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Bardy Bros. & Burton carry a fine stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



W. L. Tickard carries a futt line of Trotting < Racing Good* 



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MILFORD. 

A small town of about 300 inhabitants on the Utah Central Railroad 

GRANT B F, gen'l mdse & P M Smith ton House, hotel, 

Grant B F, saloon Stoddard House, hotel 

Grant Bros, forwarding & commis- Tanner B & Co, gen'l mdse 

sion merchants Whiteside & O'Connor, justices of 
Maher Stephen, saloon the peace fc notaries public 

Pioneer Drug Store, Godbe, Pitts Williams House, hotel 

& (Jo, proprietors 

MINERS VILLE 

Is a small agricultural settlement 18 west of Beaver City, with a popu- 
lation of about 450. 

Brower John, gen'l mdse 'Lightner Mrs M E, gen'! mds 

Clayton T R, wagon maker Lessiug Lewis, liquor dealer 

Clayton R K, blacksmith Moore Wm, gen'l mdse 

Croff L, blacksmith ROLLINS Jas H, Postmaster 

Ligntner A, liquor dealer Weeden Chas, shoemaker 



BOX ELDER COUNTY. 

This is one of the largest of the Northern counties. It is bounded by 
Cache County to the East, on the West by the Plate of Nevada, on the 
North by Idaho Territory and on the South by Weber and Toocle coun. 
ties and the Great Salt Lake. The Central Pacific Railroad enters this 
county a few miles north of Ogden and runs westward along the Lake 
shore to Nevada at the same point the Utah Central Railroad diverges 
to the northward passing through the county towards Cache. Quite 
a large district through the southwestern portion of the county is ren. 
dered blank by the Great American Desert, but to the northwest in the 
mountaineous districts are valuable mines of all descriptions and fine 
timber. That portion of the county basing the Wasatch mountains 
lays claim to the largest population, In this latter place the climate 
is extremely rnild and well adapted to raising fruits, cereals, small 
grain, buckwheat, rye, flax, &c. 

BRIGHAM CITY 

Is the county seat of Box Elder county , situated 22 miles north of Og- 
den with a population of about 2000. 



Booth, Corey & Co, gen'l mdse 
Bott J, marble works 
Bowring H E, saddlery & harness 
Brigham City Co-op woolen mills 



Horseley W & Co, gen'l mdse 
Kimdsen Bros, produce 
Neil sen J C, boots & shoes 
Neilsen J C, furniture 



Brigham City Co-op M'fg Institu'n Rosenbaum M I), gen'l mdse 



Christensen Rorgstrom, tailors 
Craighead W H, salt 
Hailing L, produce 



Smith Samuel, boots & shoes, 
Squires, Fosgreen and McMaster, 
builders 



GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City 



Cash paid for Hides, Wool and Furs, W. L. Picfcard, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

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BEAR RIVER CITY, 

Anderson N P, civil engineer Holmpren P O, b'acksmith 

Andreasen J, carpenter Jensen S F, carpenter 

Carlson J, blacksmith Tbomsen S, produce dealers 
Hanson J, gen'l mdse 

CORINNE 

Is an incorporated city located 6 miles south of Brigharn Cithapopula- 
tion of about 4CQ, mostly engaged in farming. 

Biehr & Dehler, brewery Kerr Jno W & Co, gen'l mdse, &c 

Campbell M E hotel Kuhn Adam & Uro, gen'l mdse 

Church F H, groceries, &c LeiwesJJ & ( o, groceries 

Earhart I), harness maker 1 orimer Mrs W, millinery 

Ellis Wm G, hotel & saloon Smith X H, gen'l mdse 

Grott C P, stock dealer Smith & Coil, gen'l mdse 

Guthrie J W, banker & forwarder Sfencer H W P, news dealer 
Kel'er J, produce, &c Walker Jno M, drugs 

DEWEYVILLE 

Is a farming settlement 15 miles north of Brigham City with a popula- 
tion of about 300. 

Dewey J C, gen'l mdse Marble & Dunn, gen'l mdse 

Dewej r J C jr, carpenter Twitchel Benjamin, variety store 

Howard Wm, books & stationery 

K ELTON 

Is on the Central Pacific Railroad , about 75 miles from Brigham City 
Population about 250. 

Barnes N E, blacksmith Malory B M, drugs. &c 

Ghaplow James, saloon Mercer & Pearce, saloon 

Conant Bros, forwarders Perkins F K, saloon 

Hagar Fred, saloon Kichling L B, saddler 
Holt S, agricultural implements Reinhardt .Julius, gen'l mdse 

Howell R, general store Toyer C W, saloon 

Hunt &, Loverin, corral Young J AV, blacksmith 

Lewis Jacob, gen'l mdse Young & Goss, saloon 

PLYMOUTH, 

A small farming settlement with some stock raising. Population 
about 100. 
Pierson H D, gun'l mdse Pierson & Sons, stock dealers 

PORTAGE. 

A settlement on the Malad river, 2 miles south of the Idaho line. 

Population about 300. 

Allen J & Son, gen'l mdse Hankly J B, brickmaker 

Anderson F N, jewelry & notions London Chas, blacksmith 

ANDERSON W N, drugs & med- Mason G S, dairy 

icines, justice of the peace, sur- Morris J S tailor 

geon dentist and postmaster Spencer L K, subscription agent 

Bailey F, carpenter Tiinms John, cooper 



Call and see Hardy Bros, & Burton's complete stoci of Staple & Fancy Gtroceriei 



Henry Arthur's Boot and Shoe Uppers, W, L, Pidrard, Salt Lake City, Utan 

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Chandler J S, teacher Weaston W C, teacher 

Gibbs J D, merchant Yahn Chas, sheep herder 

Oibbs Chas, shoemaker Z C M I, gen'l mdse 
Hall C, teacher 

PROMONTORY 

Is 40 miles west of Brigham City, on the C P R R. It is a small settle, 
ment of about 2CO Inhabitants, composed principally of ranchers, for 
the herding and pasturage of large stock herds. 
King N M, hotel and general store 

SNOWVILLE. 

A small settlement of about 100 inhabitants. 

Crostifoson H, blacksmith Goodliffe Arnold, gen'l mdse 

EynowJno, wherlright Johnston O, carpenter 

TERRACE 

Is on the Central Pacific Railroad, about 110 miles west of Brigham 
City. Population of about 300. 

Allen H, saloon Jakins W M, salaon 

CAVE & H, gen'l mdse and P M Parry L W, gen'l mdse 
Grose W G, butcher VanNamee, hotel 



WILLARD. 

A seHlement of about 700 population, six miles south of Brigham 
City, mostly engaged in farming. Willard has excellent facilities for 
a permanent bathing resort, being located close to the Great Salt Lake. 
Anderson R H <fc Co, drugs Miller J H, carpenter 

Henderson Robert, gen'l mdse Willard Mercantile Co, gen'l mdse 
Herold R W, Chas Hardy, supt 



CACHE COUNTY 

Is one of the most prosperous districts in the Territory, possessing most 
magnificent agricultural resources, splendid timber lands, quarries, 
manufactures, and above all a pushing and enterprising community. 
This county is bounded on the north by Idaho Territory, on the East 
by Rich county, on the south by Weber county and the west by Box 
Elder county. The population approaches 23,030. Its dimensions are 
nearly 1000 square miles and its property valuation estimated at about 
$2,000,000. The beautiful valley which bears this name is a principal 
feature of the county in its rich and arable soil. 



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LOGAN 

The county seat of Cache is 67 miles from Ogden, beautifully situated 
at the mouth of Logan canyon, whence issues sufficient water to furn- 
ish more than any t esired power for the numerous manufactories 
thus enabling the large surplus to be utilized by the surrounding coun- 
try for any necessary irrigating purposes. The city has a population 
of about 4,000, who are very industrious and enterprising. The Logan 
Temple is considesed one of the most magnificent structures in the en- 
tire west. The city boasts of quite a large number of elegant residen- 
ces and public buildings, embracing about a dozen district and mis' 
sion schools. 



Affleck Fetor, planing mill 
Ash John, gun arid locksmith 
Bailiff S F Ar Co, grocers 



Jeppesen N P,geii'l merchandise 
Johnson. C C, music, toys and jew- 
elry 



Bather Geo & Son. grain & corn'sn Knowles Win, boarding house 



Belle W H, physician 
Blanchara Jno H, hotel 
Brown J H A Son, marble 
Brown & Eastman, drugs 
Buder Win, jeweler 
Cannon Carl J <fe Co, tailois 
Carden Paul, hotel 
Cardon T B, notions and photo- 

tographer 
Cardon <fe. Thatcher, furniturejew- 

: * I ry a nd up h o 1 s te ry 
Central Mill Company, flour mills 
Cummings B Fjr, publisher 
Cuitis E M, tinware & stoves 
Demcrs Mrs J E, millinery 
Earle Mrs Jacob, restaurant 
Edwards Mrs A, millinery 



Lamoreaux D B,dentist & druggist 

Lamoreanx Mrs N M, millinery 

Lindelof N P, shoe maker 

Lindquist N A, furniture 

Lundberg & Garff, planing mill & 
manufacturers sashes 

McAllister & Sons, harness makers 

Neeley J W, plasterer 

Miller Kobert, blacksmith 

Morrison Geo, wagous 

Neilson P A, gen'l mdse & manu- 
facturer boots, shoes & harness 

New York Store, gen 1 mdse 

Norcross W S, physician 

Ormsby & Biter, drugs 

Paine & Mattison, agricultural im- 
plements, wagons, &c 



PAi VY ill U S ilin ^i., 1111111 lid J tJlItiS, Wil^v^liO, UCV; 

Edwards .& Norcross. groceries & Palmer Mrs J, milliner and dress 



saloon 



maker 



Ell is E I), bain wagons and agri- Peacock Geo M, restaurant & ice 

cultural implements cream 

Fames E, butcher Peterson P O, second hand store 

Fames M H, tinner Queen & Greaves, gen'l mdse 

Fourth Ward Mercantile Co-op In- Heed Jno F, gen'l mdse 

stitution, C B Hobbius, man'r Beeder & Reading, butchers 



Franck Chas. Exchange Broker 
Goodwin Bros, gen'l mdse 
Groesbeck J D & Co, druggists 



Keese David, livery 
Ricks Bros, groceries 
Smith Jno P, blacksmith 



Hammond J T, books & stationery Smith & Buck, saloon 
Hanson O & Co, tailors 
Hay ball Geo S, groceries 
Hayball Hyrum,genl mdse 
Hayfall J, shoemakers 



Smith & Stratford, job printers 
Squires J F, barber, cigars and to- 
bacco 

Thatcher A Sons, mill 
Hendricks & Kicks, mill and con- U O Foundry, wagon & machine 

tractors manufacturing company 

Hitchcock J W, dentist U O Store, gen'l mdse 

Jacobson & Son, blacksmiths Utah Journal printing and pnb- 

.larncs Mrs,millinery A fancy goods lishing company 

James Mrs Alfred, dry goods and Wooley Henry, brewery 

millinery Zion's Board of Trade, hardware, 

Jenkins David, general store wagons & agricultural imple ts 

Jenkiusnn Bros, furniture Z C M I, gen'l mdse 



2ardy Bros, & Burton carry a fina stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & GlotMng 



Shoemakers' Tools of all Jdnds, W. L. PicJcasd, Salt Lake. 

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CLARKSTON. 

A farming settlement 18 miles northeast from Logan, population prin- 
cipally farmers, numbering about 400. The soil is very rich and shows 
excellent results from dry farming. 
Clarkston Co-op Institution, gen'l mdse 

CLUB HILL 

' Is a small farming town with a population of about 500, somewhat 
scattered, also considerable stock raising. This town was formerly 
cal>en Lewiston. 

Friiik & Blair, builders Robins D S, blacksmith 

Larson J M. notions Taylor Richard & Bro, builders 

Lewiston C-op Mercantile Insti'n 

HYDE PARK. 

Five miles north of Logan, population about 400, mostly farmers. 
Co-op Store, gen'l mdse, Win Daynes, supt 

HYRUM 

Is 8 miles south of Logan on the East bench. Population 700. Consid- 
erable business interests centered in the co-operative institution. A 
steam saw and shingle mill, two water power saw mills form some of 
the important features in this enterprising town, 

Allen Bros, gen'l mdse Thovesen & Hockanson, contra c- 

Kevans C H, postmaster tors and builders 

Jensen Hans, gen'l mdse United Order of Hyrum,gen'l mdse 

Swenson S L, flour mills & dealers in lumber, lath, &c 

MENDON 

Has a population of about 600, mostly farmers. It is situated on the 
Utah and Northern Railroad, seven miles west of Logan. 
Baker Albert, hotel Shelton Jno, blacksmith 

Co-op Store, gdn'l mdse 

MILLVILLE 

Is 4 miles southeast of Logan, population 500, consisting mostly of far- 
mers who are enterprising and prosperous. 

Biglow Jas O, postmaster Yeates Geo & Son, gen'l mdse 

Jessop Thos & Bro, gen'l mdse 

NEWTON 

Is 12 miles northwest of Logan, with a population of about 300 mostly 
farmers and stock raisers. 

Beck S N, painter Jensen Wm, stone mason 

Benson Peter, carpenter Newton Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

Clark Amos, blacksmith W H Griffin, manager 

Hansen J N, butter and eggs Sorenson Hans, shoemaker 

L. Goldberg- has tlic largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Pickard's. 



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PARADISE 
Is a town of 400 inhabitants, 11 miles south of Logan. 

Davenport Bros, lumber merchant Paradise Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 
Monteith A M, lumber & shingles 

PKOVIDENCR 

Is a suburb of Logan on the south. It has a population of 600, with 
school houses, meeting house and a fine theatre. For an agricultural 
district its equal could not be found. 

Bullock H, carpenter Hockstrauser R, gcn'l mdse 

Bullock .las, shoemaker Providence Co-op, gen'l mdse 

Campbell J H, saw mill Theura Fred, blacksmith 

RICHMOND 

Is an incorporated town and ranks as the second city in Cache county 
in population, which aggregates about 12 souls. The agricultural re- 
sources are excellent, 

BarrattJ, butcher Monson C H, planing mill 

Bates A Co, millinery and dress Alsten W H, physician 

making Pond Mrs R, milliner 

Christensen H B, painter Richmond C M Insti'n, gen'l mdse 

Griffin Thos, blacksmith Smith A S, shoe & harness maker 

Gouch J, machinery TRAVELLER C, furniture & gro- 
Rarrison ABA Co, gen'l mdse ceries and postmaster 

Hendricks W J), grist mill Traveller & Christensen, steam 
Hobson A N", gen'l mdse saw mill 

Lewiston Co-op Insti'n, gen'l rndse Whitehead. shoemaker 
Merrill M W, grist mill 

SMITH FIELD 

Is an incorporated town 8 miles north of Logan with a population of 
about 000. It is well adapted for farming and stock raising. The peo- 
ple engage in lumbering and various other manufactures. 
Cantwell James S, postmaster Smlthneld Manufacturing & Mer- 

Douglas William, gen'l mdse cantile Institution, manufac- 

Lutz Thos J, wagons, &c turers leather, shoes and har- 

Maek James, miller ness, dealers in gen'l mdse 

Momitzen Lars, brick maker Peterson Hans, shoemaker 

Weekes David, butcher Richardson Thos, gen'l mdse 

WELLS VI LLE. 

Near the southern extremity of Cache valley, 10 miles from Logan. It 
is one of the largest towns in the county, having a population of nearly 
1100. The soil is rich and very productive. 
Brown Jos, p asterer Haslam J H, blacksmith 
Co-op Store, gen'l rndse Larson R H, notions, &c 
Co-op Butcher Shop Miner Levi, hotel 
D ARLEY WM F, postmaster Miller Samuel, carpenter 
Dock in Wm P, painter Walters Wm L, carpenter 
Duncan A, boots and shoes W hi ton Ellen, millinery 
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WATJLTN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 

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. DAVIS COUNTY 

This county, the smallest, yet not the least in importance, has an 
area of about 250 square miles. It is located between Weber and Salt 
Lake counties on the north and south and is bounded on the east by 
the Wasatch Mountains and on the west by the Great Salt Lake. 

This county is very rich in agricultural resources. The Utah Cen- 
j I tral R. R. passes along the entire county through well tilled farms 
! and bounteous orchards laden heavily with all kinds of fruits. Of the 
! arable land contained in this county there is but little that is not con- 
5 ! gtantly under cultivation. 
ft i FARMINGTON. 

*f The county seat of Davis County, is 18 miles north of Salt Lake 

j City on the Utah Central R. R. Its resources consist mainly of farm- 
~S I ing and its residents are thrifty and prosperous. The population 

numbers about 1000 souls. 

Carrington J B, physician Obit D, blacksmith 

Clark K T, stock raiser Palmer Geo, tailor 

p. Clark T B, salt & coal Robinson J E, gen'l mdse 

Clawson G, wagon maker Itock Mill 

Earl J no, blacksmith Steed G H, stock raiser, grain &c 

Farmington Co-op Store, gen'l Steed A Bourne, gristmill 

mdse, F Coombs, supt Walker W, gen'l mdse & Drugs 

Mayfield W O, grain WhippJe W, saw mill 

North Cotton wood Mill Wood J no, gen'l store 

GO i BOUNTIFUL, 

HH 

Q A charming settlement of about 1,2'JO inhabitants somewhat 

scattered, the residents being mostly farmers. It lies about ten miles 
north from Salt Lake City. The title is very appropriate, for the sur- 
_ rounding soil is extremely bountiful in its yield of vegetables, fruits 
fl and cereas, and its residents are thrifty and prosperous. The town 
has one of the finest meeting houses in the territory. 
Birmingham Jas,geu'l mdse STAYNER MISS EMILY, music 

BOUNTIFUL CO-OP STOUE, gen'l Teaching 

mdse, A V CALL, supt Thomas & Schill, butchers 

Durden W, gen'l mdse THURGOOD JOHN, gen'l store 

CENTREVILLE. 

A prosperous farming town situated midway between Farmington 
and Bountiful at a point where the lake approaches nearest to the 
mountains. It is in the best of agricultural districts, and its popula- 
tion numbers about 500. 

Adams Jno, gen'l mdse Reeves W, agt pianos & organs 

Brandon T J, post master Simms Alex, flour &c 

Ceutreville Co-op Store, gen'l Winn J D, miller 

mdse, J Parish, manager 

L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. Citj 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L. Pickari Salt Lake City. 
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256 Emery County Business Directory. 



KAYSVILLE. 

An incorporated city, of about 1,500 inhabitants located about six- 
teen miles south of Ogden. The townsite is large and lies in a bright 
and sunny district where crops mature early. 

Alder Alfred, blacksmith Egbert Joseph, hotel 

Barnes J R, (of Barnes & Davis, S Lay ton Samuel, blacksmith 

L City) co-op store Major W D, Hour mill 

Barton Jno, undertaker & furni- Sheffield James, shoemaker 

ture Stewart & Tiiiguey, gen'l md^e 

Beasley Wm, saw mill Stewart Wm, shoemaker 

Bone Wm, shoemaker Stewart H, postmaster 

Co-op Mercantile Institution, gen'l Ward S, brick maker 

indse, Jno R Barnes, supt Weinal Jiio, Hour mill 

De Shazo & Lewis, builders Wil.iams E A, gen'l store 

WEST BOUNTIFUL 

Directly west and adjoining Bountiful with a population of about 15') 
inhabitants somewhat scattered. 
West Bountiful Co-op Institution, genlmdsejW SMuir, jr, supt 

EMERY COUNTY 

Located about 120 miles south of Salt Lake City. 
BLAKE CITY. 

Farrer Thos, postmaster Gamage J, restaurant 

Farrer Thos & Sons, gen'l rndse McCrosie Alex, saloon 
Farrer J T, gen'l mdse & saloon Welton Frank, restaurant 

CASTLE DALE. 

Boulden Jos, blacksmith Higgs Brigham, carpenter 

Childs A Reid, shingle mill Jewkes & Co, Pioneer Grist Mill 

Childs P A, wagon maker Jewkes, Reid & Co, sawmill 

Co-op Store, gen'l mdse, J W Seely .Tenker B S, molasses mills 

supt Reid J K, hides, furs &c, & p m 

Cox Edwin, wagon maker Scoyil & Co, saw mill 

Farmers Store, J K Reid, prop, Whitney Job H. blacksmith 
gen'l mdse & agricultural imple- 
ments 

CAYENNE. 
Smith P A, gen'l mdse & saloon 

HUNTINGTON. 
A coal mining district of limited population. 

Cordingley Wm, painter Johnson ME, post master 

Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Johnson Peter, carpenter 

Craridal H O & Co, saw mill Woodward James, cooper 
Howard Wm, blacksmith 



Bon't forget that Hardy Bros. & Burton hava A well selected stock of Dry Good* 



Shoemakers 9 Tools of all kinds, IF. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 

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MILL CKEFK. 

Holdaway L S, gen'l mdse & saw nii'l* 
M>AP. 

A. small farming town lately settled and not much advanced as yet. 
Peirce W A, post master Ta \ lor Norman & Co, gen'l mdse 

Pritchett W D & Co, gen'l mdse Taylor L 8, stock dealer 

PRICK. 

Birch Miss Isa, gen'l mdse Grame* F E, gen'l mdse 4 p in 

Birch J, gcii'l mdse WeK-h Jas, gen'l mdse 

SCOFIELD. 

Eccles D, manager saw mills Tucker & Thomas, managers saw 
Holdaway L S,gen mdse & liquors mill 

Tucker James, postmaster Williams 1.) & A L, gen'l mdse & 
Tucker & Hill, gen'l mdse & liquors supt coal mines 

Bountiful Co-operative Institution, 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

Farming Implements, Wagons, Ready Made 
Clothing and 

Everything Appertaining to a First Class Mercantile Establishment. 

A. V. CA LL, Superintendent. 



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IRON COUNTY 

Stretches from one side of the territory to the other, bying bounded on 
the uorth by Beaver and Piute, and on the south by Washington and 
Kane counties. The eastern portion laps over the Colorado line. 
Tremendous deposits of iron are continually found in the county, and 
numberless coal claims with extraordinary large veins have been daily 
uncovered. Considerable prospecting for gold and silver and other 
metals has been thus far followed to a certain extent, however the 
hardy prospector will here find considerable unexplored territory in 
his untired researches for the precious boon. The county contains a 
large number of lumbering, flouring and other mills. The population 
is about 5,000. 



I* Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. I* City 

Hi 



Nobby Riding Saddles & Bridles, W.L. Pickard, Salt Lake 

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PAROWAN 

Is the county seat of Iron County, about '269 miles south of Salt Lake 
City with a population of 8)0. Farming, lumbering and shingle mak- 
ing are the important industries of its inhabitants. 
Anderson E M, post master Holyoak Wm, gen'l mdse 

Adams C, supt Co-op Store Lome G A, harness & saddle mk'r 

Benson Bros, gen'l mdse Marsden Wm; gen'l mdse 

Bentley Bros, carpenters & bulid's Orton Hid, boots & shoes 
Bott U, boots & shoes Parowan United Mf'g < -o, gen mds 

Benson B, lumber & laths Scogard N, cabinet maker 

< 'art w C, lumber & laths Tye J, photographer 

Cash II H, cabinet maker Ward E, blacksmith 

Frankland W II, cabinet maker Whitney Bros, blacksmith 
Fowler W, gen'l mdse Wilsock W, lumber & lath 

CEDAR CITY. 

Twenty miles south-west of Parowan with population of 830. The 
town has several steam saw and flouring mills, with first class coal a 
few miles up the canyon. Possesses a number of good solid brick resi- 
dences and buildings, continually on the increase in conformity with 
the progressive pursuits of this active town. 
Ashdown Geo, carpenter Lunt Henry, Hotel 

Bullock Bros, cattle raisers & deal- Leigh Sam'i furniture dealer 

ers Neison B, builder 

Cedar City Co-op Mercantile & Mfg Palmer K, blacksrni' h 

Institution Parry Rdward, stone mason 

Cedar City Sheep Asso'n, D S Me- Parry Jos M, carpenter 
Farlane, pres't, C J Arthur, sec'y Ross A K, cabinet maker 

& treasurer Root Lewis, painter 

Chatterley Jno, post master Urie Geo, blacksmith 

Corry Wm, blacksmith Urie Jno, stock raiser & dairy 

Casslett JOvS, builder Walker Thos, lumber dealer 

Dalley M A, school teacher Wood Geo, gen'l mdse 

HILLSDALE. 
Thirty miles east of Parowan. a small settlement; population about 

^ j Johnson Seth, gen'l mdse Wilson G D & Sons, lumber 

g 2 | PANGUITCH, 

Located on the south fork of the Sevier River about thirty miles east 
of Parowan , with a population of about 600. Is a prosperous town and 

supports several manufacturing interests. 

-o | Bell Archie, gen'l mdse McEwan Mathew, gen'l mdse & 

o i Clark It G, sho a maker post master 

(-* I Cro>by Jesse, supt Co-op Store Myers Jno, blacksmith 

y\ Dodd' George, lumberman Norton Jno, blacksmith 

"To i Foy Martin, gen'J mdse Page J J, gen'l mdse 

~ Houston las, lumberman Panguitch Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

CL. Henrie Dan, harness maker Reynolds E, blacksmith 

j Marshall Jos, harness maker 



Sardy Bros. & Burton cany a fins stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats. Caps & Glotiung 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Fickard, Salt Lake* 



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PAR AGON AH. 



A farming settlement on the high road to St. George population 400. 
It is six miles north ofParowan, good range and extensive stock rais- 
ing forms the industry of the populace. 

Barton , 7 P, carpenter & p m Robinson Wni, blacksmith 

Barton S S, butcher Robinson J K, miller 

Horseley S P, mason Stones D, cobbler .* tinker 

Lund W, stone cutter Tapham Jno, gen'l mdse 

Owens T R, peddler Watts B, tanner 



JUAB COUNTY 

Is one of tfce central counties, being bounded on the north by Utah 
and Tooele counties, on the south by Millard County, and on the west 
by the State of Nevada. It was first settled at Nephi. In the eastern 
part of the country a large number of rich mines have been developed, 
prominent among which rank the monster mines belonging to the 
Mammoth Mining & Milling Company at Tintic, who have also erected 
large mills and smelters thus giving employment to thousands of 
men, and bringing the country into prominence as one of the greatest 
in importance which may furnish adequate resources sufficient to es- 
tablish numerous large and permanent towns. 

The county has an area of 100 square miles of the Oquirrh range of 
mountains. The climate is agreeable and healthy, the nights being 
cool in summer and the snow fall light in winter. 

NEPHI, 

The county seat of Juab County, is ninety-one miles south of Salt Laice 
City on the U. C. R. R. It has a population of 2,500, with its main sup- 
port of farming and stock raising. 

Nearby, is the lordly Mount Nebo, 12,000 feet in height, the cul- 
mination of the Wasatch Range, and one of the grandest peaks in 
America. 

Boules Thomas, butcher Bryan W A C, Fire Insurance 

Chalmers Abe, saloon <t liquor Hawkins Jno S, boots & shoes 

dealer Love John, butcher, Main St 

Cartley J F, post master MeCune W, druggist 

Connell WS, harness mfg'r Nephi Co-op, Joel Grover, supt, 

gen'l mdse & harness rnf'g 
Ostler Jno C, harness & saddles 
Pextoii & Booth, blacksmiths 
Reed & Hill, blacksmiths 
Sorenson Thos, gen'l mdse 
Schroder T G, furniture dealer 



Cushman M G, wines, liquors, ci- 
gars & tobacco 

Foote Chas, gen'l mdse 

Foote E R, hotel 

Gardner Alex, tinner 

Goldsbrough H, hotel 

Goldsbrough Mrs E, millinery & 
fancy goods 



Teasdel Frank, music dealer & 
barber 



Hyde & Whitmore, genT mdse Williams E, gen'l mdse 
Main St 



L. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake Oity 



DIAMOND CITY. * 
5/I 

A mining town sixteen miles north-west from Nephi. Population 
a* I about 300. 

Brooks H S boots A shoes Thurmond Jno, gen'l mdse 

Hills R A, gen'l mdse Williams & Cussack, gen'l mdse 

Stewarr, S, blacksmith 

BUKEKA. 

A mining town in Tintic valley, population about 150. 
McChrystal & Co, gen'l rndse 

JUAB. 

A small farming town of about 1)0 inhabitants. 

Jackman A S, saloon Taylor E, market & restaurant 

Juab Co-op, gen 1 rndse Whitbeck J C, hotel 

LEVAN. 

A small farming town near the U. C. 11. R.; about 400 population. 
Co-op .Saw Mill Co, lumber ifrc Peterson F A, groceries 

Jorgenson (J! L. furniture Shepherd Jno W, postmaster 

Levan Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Thygerson Peterson, gen'l mdse 

Neilson C C, boots & shoes Waukin C A, boots & shoes 

Peterson Mrs Co, milliner 

MONA. 

Eight miles north of Nephi on the U. C. R.R. Population about 500 
mostly farmers 

Ellerton Jno, groceries Mona Co-op Mercantile InstituVn; 

Fausett J S, blacksmith gen'l rndse, Wm Newton maug'r, 

Johnson G W, hotel & seeds Webb P, carpenter 

WiLiams K W, painter 






SILVER CITY 

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" h Is a mining town in the Tintic Valley, of about 300 inhabitants. 



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Blanchard C H, jr, recorder Tintic Reed & Durfey, saloon & billiards 

mining dis't A postmaster Riter L E & Co, gen'l mdse 

Cushman M g, gen 1 mdse <fe liquors 

TINTIC, 

A mining town in the valley which bears its name; of limited popula- 
tion. 

Freckleton Jessie, gen'l mdse Mammoth Smelting & Refining 

Lesser Julius, post naster Works Copper Matte Quartz 

Miil&c 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



Best Team Harness made by W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake. 



Kane County Business Directory. 261 



KANE COUNTY 

Is the south-east corner of the territory, being bounded on the south 
and east by Arizona and Colorado, on the north by Iron and on the 
west by Washington counties. East and west it is 228 miles, north 
and south, forty-five miles. It was first settled in 1857 and its populace 
numbers about 8,000 souls. The lumbering, farming, fruit growing, 
stock raising and milling interests are quite extensive. 

TOQUERVIJLLE, 

Situated 290 miles south of Salt Lake City on the territorial road to St. 
George. Is the county seat of Kane County, with a population of 
about 500. 

Co-op Store, gen'l mdse, W A Kleinman Conrad, wine merchant 

Binghurst, supt, Chas Stap'ey & Naile Jno C, wine merchant 

Ashton Nebeker, directors Spilsbury Alma P, postmaster 

Hammond Win W, druggist Spilsbury Geo & Son, gen'l mdse 
Jackson Jas, wine merchant 

GRAPTON 

A small town, oflimited population in the Valley of the Virgin about 

twelve miles south-east of Toquerville. 

Russell A H, blacksmith Stam worth S, fruits 

KANAB. 

A prosperous farming town on the Kanab River of limited popula- 
tion; forty-five miles south-east of Toquerville.^ 

Johnson N t gen'l mdse Udall, Mariger & Stewart, gen'l 

mdse 

NEW HARMONY. , 

A small town fifteen miles north of Toquerville about 200 population. 
Harmony Co-op Institution, gen'l Pace, M saloon 
mdse, D Pace, manager Taylor W W, hotel 

ORDERVILLE. 

A small but enterprising town of about 200 inhabitants; main pursuit 
being farming. 

Esphlin H W, farmer Porter E D, tanner 

Hovt Israel, postmaster Porter VV A, cabinet maker 

United Order of Orderville, gen'l Webb F A, carpenter & builder 

mdse, mfr's boots & shoes, wool- Black W M, miller 

en mill &c, Thos Chamberlin, Cox D M, wagon maker 

pres't, K M Webb, sec'y Webb E M, school teacher 

Robertson Thos, blacksmith Carroll W, school teacher 
Porter T L, dairyman 



You can save 10 per cent by baying Clothing at L. Goldberg'* 



California Lasso Saddles, TV.L. Piokard, Salt Lake City. 



262 Mtllard County Business Directory. 



ROCKVILLE. 

A small town ninety miles north-east of St. George; about 200 popula- 
tionmostly farmers. 

Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Gifford S T, chair maker 

Draper S, notions Smith C N,_supt co-op 

Gerry Jno, blacksmith 

VIRGIN CITY 

Is about eight miles due south of Toquerville, but the broken and 
mountaineous nature of the country makes the road much longer 
Beebe L W & Son Isom Geo, gen'l mdse 

Hinton Jno, carpenter Gwens Eleanor, post mistress 

Hinton Jno M, mechanic Parker J, grist mill 

WINDSOR. 

A small town of about 230 inhabitants, mostly engaged in farming and 
stock raising. 

Canaan Stock Ranch Co, N Ashby Esphlin Jno, produce 
supt 



MILLARD COUNTY 

This is one of the central counties of Utah. It has an area of 6,8")0 
square miles, running one hundred miles east and west, and sixty- 
eight miles north and south. The largest stream in the country is the 
Sevier River, which enters from the north and ends in a large lake 
that occupies a large part of the Sevier valley desert. Considerable of 
the industries of the county pertain to lumbering and stock raising. 
There are a number of flour mills in full operation. 

FILLMORE 

Is rhe country seat of Millard County, 169 miles south of Salt Lake City. 
Has a population of about 800. 

Christopherson L, boot & shoe Huntsman G, gen'l mdse & furni- 

maker ture 

Co-op Institution, gen'l mdse, J V Holbrook L, sheep raiser 

Robison,supt Henry Wm A, druggist 

Flouring Co, H Mitchell, miller Jelly Jno, postmaster 

Free Traders Union, gen'l mdse & O K Grist Mill, C Frampton, miller 

Furniture, John Kelly, supt Roof Henry, harhess maker 
Farmer T, shoe maker 

DESERET. 

A small farming settlement near the Sevier River, thirty miles north- 
west of Fillmore; of about 100 population. 
UJJ 

Jon't forget that Hardy Bros* & Barton have A well selected stock of Dry Good* 



Wrought Spanish Bits & Spurs, W. L. Pickard, Salt L,ake 

Millard County Business Directory. 263 j 

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Alexander S H, druggist Moody Wm C, gen'l & stock raiser 

Bennett Joshua, farmer Ray Wm A, gen'l mdse & flour 
Black Sos S, gen'l mdse mill 

Cropper G W, stock raiser Webb Edward, hotel & saloon 

Christiansen S, stock raiser Weston S W, blacksmith 
Dewsnip Hyrum, flour mill &p m 

HOLDEN. 

A farming town; population about 300. 
Co-op Mercantile Institution, gen Tanner E, gen'l mdse 
mdse, H Bennett, supt Teeples S, blacksmith 

Johnson H B, hotel 

KANOSH 

Is situated on Corn Creek, fifteen miles south of Fillmore. A thriving 
settlement of about 500; mostly engaged in farming and stock raising. 

Christenson A, blacksmith Kimball A A, bishop 

Crane Geo, painter Leavitt Lyman, plasterer 

Crane C, sheep raiser Mills Wm, plasterer & mason 

Chartsworth Jno, saloon Penney W C, joiner 

Crane Geo, pound keeper Penney E W, phrenologist 

George Wm, jr, stock raiser Roberts &Bernant, lumber dealers 

Greener Thos R, postmaster Ramsey Jno, M D 

Goddard Benj, teacher Roberts Jno, blacksmith 

Halsey W A , harness maker Robison P, cooper 

Hunter W, gen'l mdse Wadauid A, gen'l mdse 

Hawkes O ii, justice of the peace Z C M I, gen'l mdse 
Kanosh Sheep Co, H Christenson. 
Prest 

LEAMINGTON. 

A small farming settlement of limited population. 

Morrison George, 'gen'l mdse & Pay Richard, gen'l mdse 
postmaster 

MEADOW. 

Eight miles south of Fillmore ofl Meadow Creek, supported by farmers. 
Meadow Co-op Mercantile Institu- Stott Edwin, postmaster 
tion, gen'l mdse 

SCIPIO. 

Thirty miles east of Fi.lmore on the traveled road to St. George. 
Probert W & Co, gen'l mdse Scipio Co-op Mercantile Institut'n 



L. Goldberg has the larg-est stock of Men's wear in S. It. City 



Sole Leather, French Kip, Calf & Morroccos at PicUar<r 

i_j 

264 Morgan County Business Directory. 

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MORGAN COUNTY 

Bounded on the east by rich and Summit counties, on the south by 
Salt Lake County, on the north by Weber and on the west by Salt Lake 
and Davis counties. Weber Canyon runs through the middle of the 

county. Much of the area is mountairieous. Considerable fine tim- 
ber and grazing land throughout the county. Most business centered 
in Morgan City. 

MORGAN CITY 

The county seat of Morgan County, is on the IT. P, K. R., about forty 

miles north-east of Salt Lake City. 

Beckman Bros, liquor dealers Williams T), lime dealer 

Mettler L M, post master Williams J, gen'l mdse 

Porkinson P, gen'l rndse Z^ C M I, gen'l mdse & boots & 

Tonks Win, blacksmith shoes 

Turner Chas, lime dealer 

CRAYDON' 

Craydon Coal Co Walker T H & Bon, gen 1 ] mdse 

Craydon Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

PETERSONS. 

Hall J K, builder Williams Edwin, gen'l mdse & p m 

Phillips R, N P agent Williams Joshua, lumber 



PIUTE COUNTY 

This county crosses over Green River towards the Grand River, is 
abundantly supplied with fine timber, excellent range, and in the 
bottoms of the gorges are some splendid farming districts with plenty 
of water. The majority of settlements are situated in the Wasatch 
Mountains, 

MARYS VALE 

The county seat of Piute, is the principal settlement of the county. 

Population about 600 235 miles south of Salt Lake City, It hasa double 

support from mining and agriculture. 

Jones W L, drugs & notions & post Smith Mariner, dry goods, grocer- 
master ies & liquors 

Lisonbee H D, dry goods & groc- Tirnony R M, groceries & liquors 
eries Wood house C, miners supplies, 

Pfieifer & Greenig, liquors wines & liquors 



Call and see Hardy Bros. & Burtcn's complete stock of Staple & Fancy Cfroceriei 



Saddlery and Saddlery-Hardware, Jobbed by W. L. Pickard. Salt Lake City. 



Piute County Business Directory. 



265 



FREMONT. 

A small farming settlement of limited population. 
Allred A J, gen'l mdse & p m Worrell S W, saw mill 

Fredrickson FJ, shoe maker is orrell VV W, blacksmith 

Gibbons R, carpenter Morrill Geo, carpenter 

Hecki W J, carpenter & builder & Taylor Wm, carpenter 
blacksmith Ycung J W, millwright 

GREENWICH. 

A farm ing and stock settlement, sparsely settled, including a small 
farm tilled by Indians. 

Bagley E A, gen'l mdse Thurber A K, stock & sheep 

Parker Smith, stock raiser Wright Jos H, postmaster 



j^arKer smiiii, STOCK raiser 
Thurber Jos H, blacksmith 



JUNCTION. 



Moivill L D, gen'l mdse 
Morrill & Son, gen'l md e 



V. Litaker Jas, gen'l mdse & saloon 



KINGSTON, 



A small settlement of about DO inhabitants. 
King T E, postmaster 

King V, gen'l mdse syrett jfrea, miner 

King Wm, mf'r & bus agt of the U V\ hittaker Jas, gen'l mds& liquors 
O of Kingston 



orrill Horatio, tanner 
Syrett Fred, miller 



KOCSHAREM, 
Anderson J C, gen'l mdse Hatch Wm, gen'l mdse 

LAO. 
Blackburn J, gen'l mdse 



1HUKBER 



BrinkerhoffGeo, dairyma 
Burgess Wm, postmaster 
Burgess Hyrum, blacksmith 
Hall Wm, carpenter 
Heath Jai H, grist mill 



Hughes Jas, dairyman 
Meeks Joseph, stock raiser 
Meeks Wm,dairymkn 
Stringham G W' gen'l mdse 
Stoddard Rufus, saw mill 



L. Goldberg has the largest stock of Men's wear in S. L. City 



a> 



First Prizes awarded at all Territorial Fairs, to W. L Picfcard, Salt 
2C6 Rich County Business Directory. 



RICH COUNTY 

Located at the extreme north-east corner of the territory, bounded on 
the north and east by Idaho and Wyoming territories respectively, on 
1 he south by Summit and on the west by Cache counties. Much of 
the area is mountaineous. 

Bear Lake is a beautiful sheet of water, clear as crystal, resting 
near lofty mountains, and well stocked with delicious trout. 

GARDEN. 

A settlement on the western shore of Bear Lake near the Idaho 
line. Population consists principally of farmers. 
Allred Byron H, wagons & ma- Cook Alonzo, grist mill 

chinery & postmaster Longhurst Chas T, merchant 

LAKE TOWN. 



Situated at the southern extremity of Bear Lake; population limited. 
Fine agricultural and grazing lands. 

Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Robinson George, postmaster 

Cheney J, geu'l mdse Walstrom O, blacksmith 

Hodges N M, grist mill 

MEADOWVILLE, 

A small farming settlement of limited habitation. 
McLean J, gen'l mdse 

RANDOLPH. 

A farming town of several hundred population. 

Jacobsen Olivus, saw mill & lum- Snowball Jno, postmaster 

ber South C & Sons, lumber merchants 

Jrnsen Bros, live stock dralers Tyson Mrs L, hotel 

McMinn E, live stock dealer Z C M I, J M Baxter, supt 

WOODRUFF. 

A settlement in Bear River Valley, twenty miles north of the U, P. R. 

R Limited population. 

Eastman A E & Co, gen'l mdse Putman & C, gen'l mdse 



Sardy Bros. & Burton carry a fino stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Shoemakers 9 Tools of all Jcinds, W* L. PicJzasd, Salt Lake. 



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SANPETE COUNTY. 

Sanpete is one of the most important counties in the Territory. It 
is bounded on the north by Wasatch and Utah counties ; on the west 
by MUlard and Juab, on the south by Sevier county, and 011 the east 
by the State of Colorado. The majority of the settlements are in the 
San pete valley, a tract of fertile land about 50 miles in length. Wheat 
and other cereals are produced in great abundance. The district is also 
well adapted to the raising of stock, the range being excellent and al- 
most limitless. 

MANTI 

The county seat of Sanpote is a flourishing city of about 2500 population , 
situated 133 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. 



Anderson A H, saw mill 
Anderson Wm, blacksmith 
Barton W, painter 
Braithwaite R, boot & shoe manfr 
Bybee R L, agricultural imple'nts 
Carleson F C, shoemaker 
Carleson G E, shoemaker 
Christopherson S, grist mill 
Coolidge O F, gen'i mdse 
Cramer C, furniture 
Davis H, surgeon 
Fox E W & Co, gen'l mdse 
Funk W D, sewing machines 
Greco E S, tin shop 
Grier Jno, rope maker 
Hall Richard, mason 
Hansen Mrs C, millinery 
Hanson S C, wool carder 
Harmon Bros, saw mill 
Henrie D, butcher 
Hoggan Jas, tailor 
Hoggan T A, carpenter 
Hougaard J H & Co, millers 
Hougaard Jno, photographer 



Jolley F M, sheep raiser 
Kenner F R, physician 
Kenner & Bench, shingle mill 
Kijar L C, harness manufacturer 
Ladies Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 
Larson N C, tailor 
Lowrie Jno, furniture, meat, live 

stock, wool & hides 
Madsen C, cabinet maker 
Manti C M Institution, gen'l mdse 

Wm T Reid, manager 
Marker Alma, hides & pelts 
Marker J P, wheelright 
Parry E L, mason 
Parsons H. carpenter 
Peacock <fc Co, saw mill 
Perry W El, drugs 
Peterson S P, painter 
Roberts A. architect 
Sidwell Geo & Co, mill 
Suow W S, hotel 
Tuttle L T & Co, meat & grpcers 
Wilson Jno. carpenter 



CHESTER. 

A farming town of about 500 population, 15 miles northeast of Manti. 
Allred R It, stock raiser Child J H, subscription agent 

Beck H C H, rtock raiser Clapp Elijah, pottery 

Chester Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Clapp Elisha, pottery 
Candland Annie W, postmistress Neilson L, musician 
Candland D, county attorney Whitlock Andrew, stock raiser 



L. Goldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



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DOVER 

Is a small but thriving settlement, composed mostly of farmers. 

Alston C, carpenter & millwright Reid E, tailor 

Erickson C W, plasterer Robinson Wm, postmaster 

Grundtwig F C, carpenter Hobinson A, mason 

Hodge R, blacksmith ?cott W, sho3maker 

Lundeberg C, mason Swain A, shoemaker 

Lundeberg A N mason Tolff C T, mason 
Naglie O J, shoemaker 

EPHRAIM 

Is one of the richest farming towns in the county with a population of 
about 2300. It is situated 7 miles north of Manti . 



Greaves P, gen'l mdse <fe produce Neilstrup J P, gen'l mdse 

Jposen Geo, photographer Peterson Geo, gen'l mdse 

Jensen M, photographer Quinn Geo, harness maker 

Jensen C, gen'l mdse IT O M Institution, gen'l mdse 

Jensen F Y, tinner Whitlock C A, harness & saddles 
Larsen C A, produce& postmaster 



FAIRV1EW 

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* j Is an incorporated town 3o miles north-east of Manti. Population 

8 , | about 1100, chiefly farmers and stock raisers. 

cs^ ! Christensen Fred, school teacher Terry O L, miller 

Cruser C, engineer Tucker Amasa, saw mill 






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Han-en (/ K, clerk Tucker Geo, sawyer 

Hurst Philip, supt co-op store Wilson L, postmaster 

Nielsen Bros, saw mill 

FERRONS CITY. 



A farming settlement of limited habitation. 
S "2 Anderson A H, carpenter Kill pock I D, gen'l trdse 

,2 ffl Horsley J P, mason Lennox J C, wheelright 

Horner C, blacksmith Molen M W gen'l mdse 

* ! Jackson Thos. cabinet maker Taylor Wm, postmaster 

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1 1 ; Has about 100 population, mostly engaged in farming. 
A \ Fayette Co-op, gen'l mdse Palmer Mrs, hotel 

1 Metcalf J E, wagon maker, &c 

O I FOUNTAIN GREEN 

o^ Is 45 miles north of Manti on the traveled road from Sanpete valley to 

Nephi. Population about 600, mostly engaged in farming. 
,^ Anderson H P E. shoe maker Fountain Green Co-op, gen'l mdse 

c/3 Collard C, blacksmith Hansen H C, toys & gen'l mdse 

IT Cook Samuel, blacksmith Lewellyn R R, postmaster 

D Draper J G, toys and merchandise Olsen Olaf, cabinet maker 
Dougall H M & Co, flour mill Nielsen S R, blacksmith 



Sardy Bros. & Burton carry a fin? stock of Boots & Shoes, Hats, Caps & Clothing 



Henry Arthur's Boot and. Shoe Uppers, W. L. Pickard, Salt Lake City, 



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GUNNISON 

Having a population of 600 is 14 miles south of Manti. The principal 
occupation of the populace is farming and manufacturing. 
Gunnison Co-op, gen 1 mdse Madsen Christian, furniture 

Kearns H H, wagon maker Peterson L, gen'l mdse 

Knighton Jno, gen'l mdse Bobbins & Kearns, gen'l mdse, ho- 

Ladies Relief Society, gen'l mdse tel and saloon 

MAYFIELD. 

A farming town of about 400 population. 
Christiansen P, gen'l mdse Mayfield Co-op Inst'n gen'l mdse 

MORONI. 

An incorporated city 49 miles north of Manti. It is in this vicinity 
that iron is so plentiful. 

Cloward Jas, blacksmith Moroni Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

Eliason N L, postmaster Monson Mons, carpenter & builder 

Hansen Hans, brick maker Neilsen C P, miller 

Jensen Andreas, saw mill Olsen Jas, agent wagons 

Laurson B P, brick layer Petersen H P, carpenter 

Morley Thos, blacksmith Taylor B F, saloon 

Morley Isaac, brick layer Taylor & Draper, gen'l mdse 

MOUNT PLEASANT 

Is 22 miles north of Manti and is one of the largest cities in the county. 
The number of inhabitants exceeds 2,000. Mount PJeasant is a thrifty 
and prosperous town, being situated in the midst of a splendid agricul- 
tural district. 

Beauman & Jensen, furniture McClennehan & Co, millers 

Begstrom Daniel, wood turner Madsen N, book agent 
Begstrom A, blacksmith Mount Z C M Institution,gen mdse 

Bjelkie C G & Co, boots & shoes Neilson S J, gen'l mdse 
Bowman Neils, painter Neyburg A, blacksmith 

Cliff E, nursery Olsen S, furniture 

Farnsworth Geo, gen'l mdse Prichett L F & Co, gen'l mdse 

Fischer J F, miller Rolph Bros, gen'l mdse 

Hansen Jas, agent wagons Sanpete County Co-op gen'l mdse 

Hanson J & Co, shoe makers Wallis Jno, farmer 

PBTTYVILLE 

Is a small farming town of limited population. 

Dusterburg Jno, saloon Petty ville Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

SPRING CITY. 

Population about 1009, located 17 miles north from Manti. It has an 
excellent location with numerous fine buildings. 
Anderson August, gen'l mdse Olsen Lewis, shingle maker 

Blaic Robert, postmaster Puzey Henry W, carriage & wagon 

Ellis Jos T, joiner & cabinet maker maker 

Ford Wm, blacksmith Streeper Chas A, steam saw mill 

Nielsen Jacob, blacksmith Spring City Co-op, gen'l mdse 

L. GOLDBERG, LEADING CLOTHIER, Salt Lake City. 



WALMN'S PATENT STIRRUP, best for Broncho Riders. 

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WALES. 

This settlement has a population of about 330. It is located nine miles 
west of Spring City, and boasts of numerous valuable coal mines. 

Anderson C P, engineer Rees Jno E, engineer 

Bates Benjamin, blacksmith Reese Jno E, jr, engineer 

Christensen Peter, brickmaker Rees Nephi, carpenter 

Davis Wm, butcher Stevens Elisha, carpenter 

Dye Wm, engineer Sanpete Valley Railway, F S Ca- 
Edmunds Thos, engineer hill, manager 

Jones Hugh, carpenter Thomas Mary R, dressmaker and 
Jones Wm, carpenter millinery 

Lester Oeo, boot & shoe maker Wales Coal Mines, F S Cahill, supt 

Lewis Jno T , carpenter Wai es Co-op Store, Jno E Rees,supt 

Midgley J K, carpenter Wales Mercantile Institution, F S 
Midgley Jonathan, postmaster Cahill & Co, proprietors 



SUMMIT COUNTY 

This county, mountaineous in the extreme, is bounded on the north 
by Rich County and Wyoming Territory, on the east by the state of 
Colorado, on the south by Wasatch county, and on the west by Morgan 
and Salt Lake counties. The summit of the Uintah Range of moun- 
tains marks the southern boundary of the county, and these with 
their tremendous peaks occupy a great part of the area. A large 
number of important mines have been opened up and ranks, the 
county as one of the leading in richness. 

COALVILLB, 

The count/ seat of Summit County, is on the Webe** River, forty-two 
miles east of Salt Lake City. This is a prosperous town with a popula- 
tion of about 700. Its main industries are farming and coal mining. 
Bopden Jno, p m & publisher Gentry Sam'l, blacksmith 

Brirnn & Clutf, saloon Home Coal Co, (see Salt Lake City) 

Carlander C A, shoemaker Simpson Jno, drugs &. liquors 

Co-op Institution, gen'l mdse Welch T, grist mill 

ECHO, 

Asper E, hotel Lander W, postmaster 

Beckwith & Lander, gen'l mdse Wickle R, cigars & tobacco 
Bromley J.E, hotel 

KAMAS, 

This is a thrifty settlement in Kamas Prairie at the headwaters of 
Provo River. Population estimated at 700. 

Carpenter J S, shoe maker Poulsoii H J, lumber & lath mf r 

Dillon W, blacksmith Warr A, gen'l mdse 



Hardy Bros, & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



Rubber and Gold Plated Carriage Harness at Pickard's. 



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Williams S& Sons, shingle mf rs 
Woolstenhuben J, gen'l mdse 



Evans H, harness maker 
Kamas Co-op, gen'l mdse 
Larsen H, gen'l mdse 
Leonard G B, postmaster, drugs & 
gen'l mdse 

PARK CITY, 

About thirty-five miles south-east of Salt Lake City, is one of the most 
prosperous mining camps in the Territory. Among its mines which 
are most prominent is the Ontario and many others lately developed, 
in fact the camp is looked upon as being able to.rank in harmony with 
the famous Leadville mining district at no distant day. Its popula- 
tion is variously estimated at from 1,500 to 1,600. 



Ascheim M S, gen'l mdse 

Berry Bros, blacksmiths 

Bock H & Bro, saloon 

Boshart H, tailor 

Bourse Mrs, boarding house 

Bowman Miss M, fancy goods 

Brazier Geo, baker 

Bridge Jno, harness 

Brogan Terence, saloon 

Eurlin N, shoemaker 

Byrne E, shoemaker 

Capen & Smith, saloon 

Farrell Win, saloon 

Fennemore Wm, carpenter & un- 
dertaker 

Ferry E P, mining operator 

tischel F, hotel 

Fuelling Aug A, baker & confect'y 

Funk J F, barber 

Grant R, saloon 

Hunter & Robinson, hotel 

Johnson. J, restaurant 

Keeler D F, news agent 

Kelly Jno, saloon 

Kiausch F A, drugs 

Kidder Geo C, lumber 

Kiesel & Rogers, groceries & 
liquors 

Lane J, saloon 

Langsdorf F M, saloon 

Lawrence J & Co, gen'l mdse 

Liddell & Gulliver, grocers 

Lipman M H, clothing 

Louder Bros, blacksmiths 

McCarroll J, shoe maker 

Mahoney Mrs W, boarding house 

Marsac Silver Mining & Milling Co 

Mason J W, restaurant 

Merihugh W, R R hotel 

Morris Edwd & Co, gen'l mdse 

Morrison & Reilly, saloon 

Masher Amos, meat 

Mulhall A B & Co, meat 

Nadan Mrs C, confec & liquors 



Clark B B, gen'l md&e 

Crescent Mining Co, mines 

Cupit & Breman, saloon 

De La Baume C, groceries 

Dodge & Creek, saloon 

Dougherty A S, furniture 

Dudler Mrs Jos, saloon & brewery 

Duffy Jno. saloon 

Emery A B, postmaster 

Empire Silver Mining & Milling Co 

Erickson G, tailor 

O'Reilly Jno, saloon 

Ontario Silver Mining Co, also Salt 

Lake City 

Ottenheimer W, groceries 
Pape Jno, saloon 
Park City Bank 
Park City Boot & Shoe Store 
Park City Smelting Co 
Pound & Waldron, news agts 
Roy W H, groceries & grain 
Sam Hop, Chinese goods 
Shafer Henry, tailor 
Sheppard, Springer & Co, meat 
Shields Chas, gen'l mdse 
Smith A M, livery 
Smith WH, livery 
Snyder G G, livery 
Tewksbury C A, stoves <fe tinware 
Thiriat Bros, saloon 
Thompson F C, saloon 
Tims W & Son, lumber & planing 

mill 

Wall & Garrity, livery 
Watson J G, coal & milk 
Watson T S, stage line 
Wei sman & Clark, jewelry 
Weist Harry, barber 
White HL, publisher 
Williams J E, saloon 
Williamson E C, drugs 
Young H O & Son, gen'l mdse 



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PEOA. 

Lyons Oscar F, postmaster Rees & Neel, butchers 

Marchant Gilbert J, blacksmith Stevens Wm H, grist mill 

Marchant Jno A, gen'l store Wardell Geo, carpenter 

Maxwell Jno, shingle & lath mill Welch James, saw mill 

Milliner Wm, blacksmith White Wm, wagon maker 

Newman Jno, carpenter Wright H B, shoe maker 
Olson Sven, mason 

WANSHIP. 

A few miles south of Coalville, on the Weber River. Is a thrifty farm 
ing settlement of about 600 population* 

Nixon S, gen'l mdse Young E R, gen'l mdse 

Reynolds Wm, gen'l mdse & p m 



SEVIER COUNTY 

Adjoins San Pete County on the south, and is bounded on the east by 
the State of Colorado, It is noted for its vast ranges for stock, fine tim- 
ber, arable valleys that are abundantly irrigated, enormous coal fields, 
and large deposits of hermatite iron, fine clays, &c. The rivers and 
lakes abound with trout and other fish. The Sevier River traverses 
the entire length of the valley which name it bears. 

ANNABELLA 

A small farming town. 

Ohidester J P, butcher Jackson J, carpenter & builder 

Herring Joseph, gen'l mdse Sleave Jno, postmaster 

Huntsman Geo, blacksmith 

AURORA. 
Broadhead J, newsdealer Morgan Daniel, postmaster 



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ELSINORE. 

A farming town of about 400 population. 
Bertelson A & Son, grist mill Co-op Store, gen'l m dse 

GLENWOOD. 

A settlement five miles east of Richfield on the Sevier River. Pop- 
ulation about 300; principally farmers. 



Bruegger G, shoe maker Pierce J W, gen'l mdse 

Burns M, harness & saddlery Peterson P C, mill owner 



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Gottesfrieden J, cooper Kickeubach R, shoe maker 

Heppler A, tannery & post master Shaw A, gen'l mdse 
Jackson J W, cabinet maker & Wall J L, mill owner 

builder 

Jackson Thos, furniture 
Nordfors A, blacksmith 



Whetman Geo, builder 
Wilson Bradley, builder 



JOSEPH. 

A farming town of about 390 habitation. 

Butler J S, sheep raiser & wool Murdock G A. post master 
Carter S R, blacksmith Ross T & F A, gen'l mdse 

Joseph CO-OD M & M Ass'n, gen'l 
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REDMOND. 



A small farming settlement. 
Johnson J, gen'l mdse 



MONROE 



One of the leading towns of Sevier County; about 600 inhabitants, si x- 
teen miles south of Richfield. Mostly stock raisers and farmers. 

Niison Bros & Co, gen'l mdse 
Paulsen P N, lumber 
People's Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 
Sim onsen S, wagons & hotel 



Anderson Bros, gen'l mdse 
Bates N P, stationery &c 
Bertelson & Sons, grist mill 
Rohmaii J W, blacksmith 
Jones J W, gen'l mdse 
Monroe Co-op Store, gen 1 mdse 



Thueson J N, ranchman 



PRATTVILLB. 

A small farming settlement. 
Mount S F, hotel A saloon 

RICHFIELD. 
This town is about 175 miles south of Salt Lake City. 



Anderson N, postmaster 
Anderson Wm, gen'l mdse 
Hansen & Thurber, furniture 
Jensen T C, blacksmith 



Nielsen & Jensen, merchandise 
Smith Jorgen, merchant 
Wright Isaac K, gen'l mdse 



SALINA. 

Eighteen miles north of Richfield, a farming settlement of about 600 

population. Large deposits of rock salt in the vicinity. 

Curtis J W, hotel Salina Co-op Store, gen'l mdse, W 

Gibson S, gen'l mdse McFaddeii, manager 

Olsen J C, blacksmith Salina People's Store, gen'l mdse 

Robins J & Son, gen'l mdse Willes F G, gen'l mdse 



"Joldberg, the only Clothing Manufacturer, S. L. City 



Handsome Double Buggy Harness at W. L. Pickard's. 

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Is situated about the centre of the county, being 22 miles south of 
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Ajax Wm, general merchandise 

E T CITY. 
A farming town about 6 miles north of Tooele City with 200 inhab- 



Is the largest town in the county having a population of about 1800. I 
is situated on the shores of the Great Salt Lake and is considered one 
of the best fruit districts of the county besides being a fine stock and 



cantile Inst'n, W Jeffries, sec'y Tooele County Flour Mf g Co 
Green Wm H, shoemaker Tooele County Grist Mill Co 

Johnson & Co, carpenters Tooele Co Tannery Co 



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TOOELE COUNTY 

Is bounded on the north by Box Elder county, on the east by Salt Lake 
and Utah counties and the Great Salt Lake, on the south by Juab county 
and on the west by the State of Nevada. Its principal resources are in 
agriculture and stock raising and mining is carried on to a limited ex- 
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TOOELE CITT. 

The county seat is a handsome well built city containing an indus- 
trious and thriving populace of about 1)00 souls. It is situated thirty tj 
miles west of Salt Lake City. . Q 

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BonelliGeo, druggist & post master Rich J, miller I O 

Dunyoii Newton, genl mdse Russell Wm, M D 

j.'ods Wm B, M D Slater & Herman, gen'l mdso I H 

Ho well Jas, boots & shoes Tooele Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

.Lee Samuel, blacksmith Williams Wm O, miller 

Mcllendrik l{, Oquirrh hotel 

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agricultural region. It is distant 12 miles northwest of Tooele City. 

Bolinda J, blacksmith Kimball & Sons, gen'l mdse 

Briglitmore Mrs S, saloon Lawson Abraham, butcher 

Co-op shoe & harness shop, J T Liud J P, cabinet maker 

Kich, President Olson C W, blacksmith 

Elfens Tno, painter Parkinson Chas G, photographer 

Grantsville Co-op Mf'g and Mer- Rattcliffe Jas, blacksmith 



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ShoemaJters* Tools of all kinds, W. L. Pichard^ Salt Lake, 

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jjj ; Is situated in East Canyon with a population of about 400. 

4.3 J Duke Jno, saloon Faunae John, gen'l mdse 

-j j Duke Susan, postmistress Wylie H B, saloon 

'& \ ST. JOHNS 

-' Is 15 miles southwest of Tooele City. 

^ , St Johns Co-op Institution, Geo W Caldvvell Isaac, builder 

Burridge Supt & Postmaster Green R R, rope & twine nianuf s 
^ Mclritosh Wm, wheel right 

STOCKTON 

^ Is 6 miles south of Tooele City. It is a mining town of about 600 inhab- 
it itauts. 

O Bracken & Young, groceries Neder & Kinible, wagons 

4_i Brown Jas, geri'lmdse Paxtori J R, saloon 

CQ Gaiidp K, saloon 

i VRHNON 

P^ Is forty miles on main road south of Tooele City. The people are prin- 

[V} ! cipally engaged in stock raising. 

^ I Bennison J, wpol grower Sharp A, wool grower 

n, i Pennison S H, wool grower Sharp J C, wool grower and P M 

3 i Kklioo J G, wool grower Sharp & Sons, merchants 

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ASHLEY. 

plj j Kently & Blackinsley, saloon Johnson L & Co, gen'l mdse 

rn j Rritt, Dillrnan & Co, gen'l mdse Monahan M, saloon 
I Gibson J B, gen'l mdse 

FROWN'S PARK. 

Jar vie Jno, gen'l mdse and postmaster 

OURAY. 

Adams J B & Co, gen'l mdse Hofer Frank, Ass't PostmasU r 

WHITE ROCKS. 

< 'richton J J, post trader Gibson J B, post trader 

Miller Howard, Indian trader. 
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Booth Jas, photographer 
Brooks Geo, stone cutter 
Canaan Stock Co, butchers 
Carpenter J W, job printer 
CrotrWm C, blacksmith 
Dodge W E, wine merchant 
Hardy A P, hotel 
Hardy & Sons, wood turners 
Higgins 8 G, physician 
Ivins Israel, physician 
Judd Samuel, blacksmith 
MoFarlane Jno M, surveyor & at- 
torn ey-aVlay 
McQuarrie H, blacksmith 
McQ,uarrie & Morris, furniture 
Milne & Son, painters 



Burne R, boots & shoes 
Barbee & Walker, quartz mill 
Brick Dan'l, boots & shoes 
Boggs & McMillan, blacksmiths 
Christeiisen J, boots & shoes 
Cassidy Jno, saloon 
Clark Bros, saloon & billiards 
Christy & Co, quartz mill 
Fortman Jno; saloon & billiards 
Gil'espie, Lund & Co, gen'l mdse 



Krause Herman, postmaster 
Levy J, saloon & billiards 
Mantor C. M D 
Miller Geo, saloon 
Marshall & Brown , butchers 
McDonald A, drugs & liquors 
Ormund C, livery 
Pendray J no, saloon & billiards 
Pierson & Lund, butchers 
Quirk M, saloon & billiards 



WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Located in the extreme south-western corner of the territory, is 
bounded on the east by Kane County, on the west by the State of Ne- 
vada, on the north by Iron County, and on the south by Arizona. Has 
an area of about 3,000 square miles. In the river bottoms of the Virgin 
& Santa Clara Rivers there are tracts of very productive farming lands, 
which from the warmth of the climate, yield fruits of a semi-tropical 
nature. These include tobacco, rice, cotton, grapes, bananas, oranges, 
figs, &c. The county contains but little timber land, the climate be- 
ing too warm for pineries, excepting in the highest mountains. 

ST. GEORGE 

Is the county seat of Washington County, 340 miles south-west of Salt 
Lake City. It contains some fine buildings, notably the temple. There 
is also a fine Tabernacle with a clock tower and bell. Population 
about 2,300. 

Morris R, shoe maker 
T^elson Wm, shoemaker 
Orton Joseph, shoemaker 
Pickett, Riding & Woodbury 
Platt H J, harness & saddle mfgr's 
Pyrum Jno, postmaster, books & 



rum no, posmase 

gen'l mdse & hotel 
Riding C S, tinsmith 
Riding ET, boot & shoe maker 
Snow Krastus, hotel 
St George Co-op Store, H Ewring, 

supt, gen'l mdse 
Ferry C A, cooper 
Wlutehead A It, music dealer 
Wooley, Lund & Judd, gen'l mdse 



SILVER REEF. 

This is the famous mining camp of Southern Utah, with a popula- 
tion of about 1,400. Its suburbs are rich agricultural districts which 
find a ready market at this point. A number of quartz and stamp 
mills are constantly running. 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



California Lasso Saddles, W.L. Piokard, Salt Lake City. 

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Grambs Martha, restaurant Sager AY B, gen'J mdse 

Habbisch J, barber Silver Reef Miner, S Wixon mang'r 

Hayes Caroline, lodging house Stormont & Co, quartz mill 

Harrison P, hotel, furniture, Stevens & Harrison, gen'l mdse 

paints, etc Tyrell J A, gen'l mdse 

Hiiton H, livery Thompson B, saloon & billiards 

Huston & West Welte Peter, saloon & billiards & 
Johnson N, restaurant brewery 

Jordan J, notions & notary public Wells, Fargo & Co, bankers JH 
Keller Martin, barber Rice, manager 

Keuney Dr, drugs Woolf Moss, clothing & liquors 

MIDDLETON. 

A small settlement engaged in fruit growing. 
McDonald A F & Son, vineyard 

MOUNTAIN MEADOW. 

A farming settlement of limited habitation. Post office at Hamblin. 
Hamblin Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

PINE VALLEY. 

About 300 population ; mostly engaged in lumber trade. 
Baker Thos, grist mill Hancock Cyrus, gen'l mdse 

Burgess Bros, saw mill Whipple E, saw mill 

PINTO. 

Inhabitants mostly engaged in farming ; population 150. 
Eldridge Jas, carpenter & builder Pinto Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

WASHINGTON. 

McGuire P H, supt Co-op Store Whitehead A R, supt Washington 
Neilsod & Co, gen'l mdse Woolen Mills 

LEEDS. 
Crosiey Geo, supt Co-op Store Millan J & o, blacksmiths 

SANTA CLARA. 
Huffin Jno, gen'l mdse 

"BELLEVUE. 

Anderson A, gen'l mdse 



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|i WASATCH COUNTY 

g w j - Is bounded on the east by Colorado, on the south by Sanpete county, 



on the north by Summit county and on the west by Utah county. 
Throughout this county are promising indications for gold, silver and 
lead mines. In what is known as the Uintah reservation is some of 
the most pleasing country that Utah possesses, it being a series of val- 
leys, well watered and timbered with plenty of game and a fine range 

HEBER. 

This is one of the largest towns in the county ''and is peopled by a 
thrifty and industrious community numbering about 530 souls. 
Alexander Bros, furniture & gea'l Hatch A & Co, millers 

mdse Heber Co-op Store, gen'l mdse 

Duncan John, gen'l mdse Jerts M, gen'l mdse 

Earl B C, tinner Me Mull in A E, saw mill 

CHARLESTON 
Is a small farming settlement on Pravj river a few miles south of H Vo H- 



Co-op Store, gen'l mdse, N C Murdoch, proprietor 
FISH CREEK. 

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A farming settlement on the creek which bears it name, as yet oj 
limited population, located on the D <fc R.G R li. 
Covington E, saloon and hotel Q,uigley W, saloon 

Covington & Pickering, corral Smith P A, gen'l mdse & saloon 

Murphy T, saloon South worth H G. gen'l mdse and 

5 j Pickering A, saloon saloon 

B'S I FORT THORNBERG. 

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M P3 Adams J B & Co, post traders Seymour & Co, post traders 

MIDWAY 

& Is 5 miles due west from Heber City with a population of about 600. 

! The district is fertile, well watered and is favored with good pasture 

g| ! land. 

Blood M, planing mill, sash, doors, Van Wagenen D, Hour & saw mills, 
blinds, &c shingle & lath, brick & lime 

Bomer Bros, Hour mills VanvV'agenen i), postmaster 

Midway Co-op Store, gen'l mdse Watkins J, saw mill 

Sonduage Jno, mason 

WALLSBURGH. 



A farming settlement at the junction of Round valley canyon and 

O | the southern end of Provo valley. 

"^ I Co-op Mercantile Institution, R C Nuttall W E, Agricultural Imple- 
{ Camp, manager merits and postmaster 

CL. I Greer D H, gen'l mdse Nuttall \V G, saw mill & lumber 

! Lamb J, shingle manufacturers 
UJ I 



Hardy Bros. & Burton carry a full line of General Merchandise 



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IO9 Commercial St., Salt Lake City. 

014 



AT HALF PAINTERS' PRICES, 




GUmer fy Wescoatt, Proprietors. 

Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in 




T and G Flooring*, Rustic Siding, Doors, Windows, 

Blinds, Shiiig-les, Lath, Mouldings, Pickets, 

Cedar Posts and Telegraph Poles. 



O"U"T TO 

Office at Lumber Yard, D. and B. G. Depot, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 

STORE, 

WM. HART, Proprietor. 
PINE STREET, - SALT LAKE CITY. 

Dealer in 

GROCERIES, DRY GOODS and 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Family Trade a Specialty 



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E. PISKO & co., 



205 & 207 0tlcH/H St., 



Salt Xja3se Oit;7% TTtali. 

DISTILLERS' AGENTS 



-AND- 












Whiskies at Eastern Prices. 



Manufacturers of Cigars. A complete stock of Imported and 

Domestic Wines, Champagnes, and Cigars. Leading 

Brands of Whiskies and Brandies. 

Sole Agents of the ORIGINAL BUDWEISER BEER, 



The only STRICTLY WHOLESALE HOUSE 
in the City, 



Chapman & Whytock, 



lEZOTJSE, "Crp-sta-irs. 



All Work Known to the Profession 
Carefully Performed. 

TEETH INSERTED WITHOUT PLATES, or upon 
Continuous Gum, Gold, Celluloid and Rubber. 

GAS AND ETHER ADMINISTERED. 



Are connected with the Salt Lake and Ogden Telephone 
Exchanges. 

A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. J. L WHYTOCK, D. D. S. 



Has purchased the Patents for Utah on the Rosier FANNING 

MILL and is manufacturing them at his place of busi- 

ness. It separates different kinds of Gtain and re- 

moves all the trash at once running through. 

CALL AND SEE IT. 



IE5. 

Deals in William's Reapers and Mowers; Johnston Reapers and 

Mowers; Marsh Whitney Self- 

Binders; Weir Sulky and Hand Plows and Harrows; 
Ellwood Seeders; Farmer's Favorite Drills; 

Veteran, and Thompson Hay Rakes; 

Diamond Cultivators, Double Harpoon and Double Grapple 

Horse Hay Forks, Easy Lawn Mowers, Etc. 

K. WARNOCK'S Line of Goods is large, and he speaks within 
bounds when he says they are not excelled by any other makes. 

Office and Yard, corner East of Theatre. P. 0, Bos 1046. 

Eph Scott, Travelling Agent- K- WABNOCK. 



This House ir Hied up with All Modern Improvements 

AND IS ONE OF 



Tf'E BC'ST FAMILY HOTELS IN THE WEST. 

It is located near the principal centers of business. Shade trees ex- 
tend along the entire front, and beautiful park in rear. 



IS THF, PRINCIPAL HOTEL 

With all tin Conveniences of any first-class Eastern House, located 

in t v business centre of the city. It is convenient 

for tourists and business men. 



't 
Proprietor 1)mitinf>ntftf< Hotel and Walker House,. 



Successors to Day & Co) 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



MERCHANDISE. 



We call attention to our immense stock of 

I>iry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, 
Queens ware, Glassware, Etc. 

We are prepared to offer special inducements on anything in our line 

WE GUARANTEE GOOD . GOODS AT Low PRICES. 
We Pay HIGHEST PRICES ibr all kinds of Produce 

Mail o, ?rs '> .e solicited and have prompt and personal attention. 

Ayentft fo ;*.< m6ia and Harvard Kicycles. 

Agents for Mme. Jtemorest's Reliable Patterns. 



106 <? 108 JVfain St., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.