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THE RECORD. WHAT IS THOUGHT NOW. NOT LEAST. The exceptionally sound stand- LAST BUT ing of Salt Lake City and its West Side suburbs as places for money-makin- g investments not only com- Rich in Agriculture and Great mand attention from eastern capIn Kaw Material. a now is there but italists, great EDWIN W. SENIOR, Manager. the from inquiry flowing inward states on. the north. During the COMING OF YOUNG UTAH. WE MAKE A SPECIA1TT OT HANDLING past t wo weeks this inquiry has increased, and from the tenor of these YINGletters it is clearly shown that Salt Touched by The Magic Wand of Irrigation and Transformed Lake City and hor popular resort into a Garden of Wonwonderof a is derful Resources. Brighton on the eve before ful transformation. Never has there been such an inquiry for WE DO NOT HANDLE ANY OTHER. will enter when at Utah the Union, property and homes in the suburbs. last it does enter it, ono of tho richest Never before has there been sljown and most you Want to Buy or Sell, place your Orders with Us. populous of new states. It is such a feelincr. And never before now, and ever will be, one of the most have the people in the states north interesting localities in this country. are ZW Offices in Brighton, where we have conveyance on hand, and always ready to show West Side property listed with us. of Utah been attracted to this place Unliko most parts of the New West, it has a history and a fame with which the in such numbers. worlyl is familiar. And long after MorWhy is this? mon customs have blended into the ! Because the suburban property smooth currents of our American life, and history will conin Zion occupies a position firmer and returning more satisfactory tinue to attract to UtaS-- to fall in lovo Please Remember this, and furthermore, that when with its climate, with its natural beaur.mr tur mo mniiov mve sted ties, you are in need of anything;1 in the way of with its great resources and with than anv other id ace in this broad its spirit of progress and conquest. land. And because Brighton to The groat Salt Lake Valley and its liny oiiom a u riij. ii iuriyj n iv""(3 environs typify the future of Utah. Here is a st retch of fertile land, guarded in the line of progression than on GOODS, Etc., every side by sheltering mountain I uecause lere is a desert touched by the ranges. any other place. aiui THE UTAH STOVE AND HARDWARE CO. and transwand magic the value of outside property formed into a of irrigation where a garden 'garden CAN SUPPLY YOU. shows more stability than inside long rows of stately trees make arches of houses nestle where the the. The streets, Largest Kstablishjikkt of its Kind in thk West. and in proportion to the money ex behind screens of shrubbery, where pended shows better inducements rbses nod in the dooryards, and acres of .JIT crops mark the place where the The times show a decided change growing outskirts of towns fade into the agriculand this change is one of the ;fac tural surroundings. This landscape is ilu setting of the jewels of trade, tors that induce people to locate only mining, farming and manufacturing, where business remains permanent which constitute the present and future of Utah. In the encircling on a fixed basis, and where the greatness mountains are multiplying camps, where people have faith in the city in thousands of busy men are taking silver and gold, iron and copper, from the A DAILY PAPER which, thev live. wbuib of the earth. From the valleys and foundTheWtlook is indeed flattering; rise tho smoke ofsidesmelters FROM ''THE WORLD'S-FAI- R CAY. of natural water ries. 'By the and the outlook of Salt Lake s powers are factories the seed of great industrial plants of the future. The Brighton is ono of the best indi growing cities are crowded with monuThe Chicago Daily News is as good as cations of the pulse of a money ments to trade and commerce, to education and religion. making and progressive people. the best and cheaper j than the cheapest. It This is great Salt Lake .Valley as it is, and this is the coming Utah as it will be is a member of the Associated Press and and breadth when its HOW IS The Brighton Real Estate , and Investment Company. l'U HUSHED KVMKY SATURDAY BY THE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANl V. II. Jam:. K.tyor. The Kkcoku is thv only iallictUion devoted xplurively to tho interest: of the west wide of Walt 1'jik.c t It in nn acknowledged authority on west fidt matters, mid i looked to by those interested in the l:ml we live in as a reliable and excellent exponent of news and public opinion. It lias a larfM and nstantly inTeusiti circulation, and is rapidly teaming public favor. SfSuhseription price, $1.50 ier year. SinKle copies five rents. : .... l T; .iu i ri 11 v uiun nil niiiiiii ntiiiii. Should the Kkoord fail to roach a subseriler regularly, nonce snotiai ih teiu to ineuuoucu- - it. ij...i...... 1 11 tion otI.ee. Thk HrroRn is on file in New York City at tho office of ti. I. Howell A Co.. 10 Spruce street. Address. THK HIXOKD, Kriichton, Salt Ijike t'ounty, Utah. - Entered at the Postotlice n M'Cond-chi!- matter. s PROPERTY L WEST OF THE JORDAN RIVER. - If land-mark- 181)2. s i A 1 SATURDAY. MAllCH 10, Oor Spring Trade Will be Enormous j i 1 new-bor- n The West Sitlo wants a starch factory. STOVES, HARDWARE, CUTLERY HOUSE-FURNISHIN- Utah will be represented at tho AvcrltVs fair. Koiucks are the thini, after all, to subdue would-b- e pugilists. The growing of sugar beets and the establishment of a sugar fac- tory are "West Side necessities. Fifteen hundred dollars has been appropriated by the legislature for the repairing of roads and bridges in this county. Developments in the gas belt continue on an active scale, and a half dozen new torches will gush from the bosom of this great valley before many months. The territorial la.v makers have adjourned, gone home, and are now telling their "constituents what a distinguished body of men theie was at the capital. One of Brighton's citizens is tin inventor of a device for coup ling cars. The idea is simple, yet cleverly presented, and the device, if brought into use, will dispense with the couplers now attached to railway cars. life-destroyi- ng The police department of the city of New York has completed the census of that city. The me tropolis rolls up' a population of In Brooklyn there are 1,1)01,000. 8Do,000 souls. Jersey City has 375,000 and tin suburbs of the metropolis show in round numbers 400,500. As all of these places are really a part of New York, the American metropolis it may be said, contains 3,621,000 people. The net gain since the compiling of the previous census shows u far greater per. centage than any other city in the world. At this rate it will not bo long before New York will be the largest city in the world. The FitUlmrg Dispatch says: "If the secretary of the treasury desires to make the silver legislation of the country odious he could not do so more completely than b y carrying out his stroke of policy to the extent of 810,000,000 or so, and giving tin? people an object lesson in the shape of an annual interest burden of $500,000 for the benefit of silver miners." Considering the fact that tho silver miners have always been opposed to the policy of the government buying silver, and have advocated something exactly the reverse, this is a rather cheeky arraignment. The silver miners and the bimetal-list- s, alike condemn the purchase of silver. They demand free coinage, and are perfectly willing to take their chances of the predictions of the gold monometalists being realized. 1 1 1 T 1 - G . -- :t i You Ought to Read .... j THIS? Humors are afloat that the Stan dard Oil Company has agents at work in leasing lands on the West Side evidently for oil and gas pur poses, but really for tieing up these lands in such shape that will pre vent local companies and individ uals from boring for gas or oil, or both. It is well known that the Standard Oil Company is a gigan tic monopoly. Of course the con ceni would be glad to tie up all tho lands between the Jordan and the lake, and in that way prevent the ceneral use of iras and oil. It looks as if the Standard Oil Com pany wants to be in a position that will compel the public to use gas Will the public from their wells. submit to this? length throughout the new spirit of tho territory has done its perfect work. Utah's treatment of irrigation is peculiar. The Mormon pioneers were the first white men on this continent to build ditches. They choso it as tho only means by which they might render tho country habitable. The results were marvelous, and have convinced every resident of the territory of the enormous advantages of irrigated farming. And yet irrigation in Utah has been neglected when considered as a source of wealth. The building of ditches has leen behind the demands of settlement. The production of agricultural staples has been less the demands of the market which Utah farmers might reach. There has been abundant prints all the news.; Its circulation averages from 220,000 to 240,000 copies a day, and is, with a single exception, the largest daily circulation in Aijjerica, It is an inde- pendent newspaper t wears no party collar and prints the news free from the taint of partisan bias; It gives all the news and tells the truth abcit it. j .... YOU OUGHT TO R$AD THE Chicago Daily News. ill r . i: ? energy to expend in mining, in stock raising, in the getting of railroads and other public improvements. But irrigation has not attracted the atten tion of capitalists and friends of tho territory as it deserved. This is a mistake. r No factor in the development of Utah promises so much for its future as the 24 careful conservation of its water supply and tho systematic distribution or. it upon its rich agricultu.al lands. Land without water is worthless, except for with water sells in the YOUKGUN. JOHNNY, grazing. v rom 8100 to 52oO an acre. market Whenever important enter- Think of the enormous appreciation in Utah lands to come from a broad exten prises are started by public spirited sion Think of its irrigation system. men, it is very noticeable that al- also, of the tremendous gain in populamost the first words are, "Let us tion, which will follow, of tho increased NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS. market for the merchant and manufacget a bank president for the chief turer, of the increased trallic for rail; office. Let us make him our pres- roads, and of the general stimulation of business in which town and country will ident. It will give tone, you know!" share alike. In this aspect of the case Utah's irrigation possibilities are seen It is very doubtful if there is a to have been a neglected source of FOR MEDICINAL USE ONLY. bank president in Salt Lake City wealth. But already the friends of Utah have giving his financial support to the begun Compounded. to apply the remedy. The signs MAIN interests of the town the gas all indicate STREET. to that Utah is about turn BRIGHTON, UTAH. CAE LINE PASSES THJ3DOOR. wells or any other public move- with great energy to that means of de which first touched her virgin ment that should call for the hearty velopment wilderness and awoke it to the demands I OHHUCIJ VI I I Addition of Brighton T4 Banner support of capitalists. Tony bank of civilization. Plats. A Beautiful lay of Ground. One mile Railroad of front. Size of Lots KXi w presidents, should bo cast aside. Good Campaign Reading. j. ne oe.Hi location in or near the City it Salt Lake for Homes. House ji. built on the Installment j)lan. For maps, priefs, terms, etc., call on or address Fortunately there are no "tony" The American Protective Tariff LieagiAi u. u. uavu&z, in ana aast f irst South street; Salt Lake City, Utah. bank presidents in Brighton. They has just isHiied a new campaign Text Book for 1892. It is entitled "American are all found in Salt Lake City Tariffs from Plymouth Rock to McKin- and found wanting. ey." This little book of one hundred is perhaps the most complete briaf pages "Free woo for the manufactur 'presentation of the benefits of Protection ers will be a glorious thing for the and Reciprocity yet printed, and will be sent to any adJress for ten cents. In country. It will enableus to com- ordering please say, "Send me No. "2." is the catalogue number of this docmand foreign markets, but Ameri This ument. Address Wilber P. Waketnan, cans must have the same advan general secretary, No. 135 West 23rd ages in buying American woolens street, New York oi:t to-da- 1 DRUGGIST MD STATIONER, Choice Cigars, Tobacco and Confection cry PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Physicians Prescriptions Carefully TLH that foreigners have. The cloth- ing tax must come down to a strictly revenue basis. Not a cent of tax must be imposed to shut out imports." This extract from the St. Louis Republic shows what kind of Tariff "reform" the want. cal-amityi- tes Always read the Record. An Eye To Business. Manager Anderson, of the pickle works, has had exterior and interior views taken, the photographs also showing the entire working force of the fac tory, the shipping and bottling depart ments, etc. The pictures are meeting with numerous requests for them from the patrons of the concern. Sam Levy's celebrated cigars are sold in Brighton. Ask for them and take no other. Levy's brands are the best. 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