|Paper||Salt Lake Enterprise and Journal of Industry|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Salt Lake Enterprise and Journal of Industry|
BEAUTIFUL not be astonished were Mr. Potter to and iSLANDS. The Bright and Wonderful Attractions-The Invalids, Paradise. On one of Denver's largest as the crowds go by they stop - into-a large show window and the beautiful scenes presented landscapes.. streets, to look admire in four of The long stretches a shore with our inland sea, skirted rising abrubtly here, sloping gently there, and with rugged rocks interspersed, while islands dot the waters, and above all, a sky so brilliant and beautiful in colors and shading as is not seen anywhere outside of Utah. and .it is not surprising that such scenes attract the eyes of lovers of the ‘beautiful. | Last summer a ‘small pane of gentlemen took a sail on' Great Salt Lake, spending a week or more in visiting the shores at points seldom, The if ever, visited by white men. moving spirit in that cruise was a young artist of Utah, and his love of announce a through sleeping car serThe Unvice to Honolulu or Corea. ion‘Pacific schedule mentioned in The Tribune recently, but which was regarded as chimerical in certain quar- |. ters, is being talked up at Omaha with a likelihood of being put into The idea is to start the flyer effect. from the River early in the afternoon, so as to bring it into Ogden at 12, midnight, the following day and run the train through solid between the The fact River and San Francisco. that this may materially interfere with the Rio Grande through traffic, is not disturbing M. Potter, and when this possible interference was suggested to Agent J. V. Parker Thursday, he assumed a very comfortable look and remarked with a sardonic smile that it was highly probable Mr. Pot- OLD TRIBUNE BUILDIN G, SALT LAKE a, “a a critical people have classed them as real works of art, and, Jong to visit } such scenic localities. The easel of Mr, Alfred Lambourne has turned out many fine paintings, but these are his best efforts, and his taking them to Denver has awakened an interest in scenic Utah, never before awakened among Coloradians, and these pictures will means be the cific. Its presence in healthful influence on the climate, tends to make it equable, while it gives of sea air invigorating system. to the human water The carried in by the various rivers which drains a vast country, is so regulated by nature as to make the influx the through there is as the evaporation game . guecessive periods so that EE TE ae but little change in volume of the The waters are so briny that lake, no fish and but few insects can exist The islands form an interestin it. The largest, known as ing feature. Antilope is ‘fifteen miles long, three miles in its greatest width and_ its summit rises 3000 feet above the water, good pasturage, of streams soft water and gentle springs abound, and the island is so attractive that in time it will become the home of association which will make it a ly spot. Other islands have attractive features also, and in be inlested by small sterems ming ouer the grand lake. A some lovetheir time skim- surface of fortune this awaits the man who will put a safe, rapid excursion steamer on the lake to take parties to these bright and wonderful Such excursions scenes of nature. and bathing in the waters, will become popular with tourists and citiZens. Tun ENTESPRISE ,is journal of industry and read by, ory body, the leading be should * Makers of Mirrors and Workers in Silver and Glass. G. F. CULMER MEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS. AND 1. is more some portions | HANNAMAN and saved Edward ‘ony, lives BTC., rl Sal Lake Pty Conga PUBLISHED AT PROVO. The first Journal in the West devoted exclusively to INDUS- TRY, UTAH’S especially in RESOURCES. EITC. F. AUERBACH & BRO. & CO. The Utah Industrialist,| and orchards outside the more densely settled localities has, ins: e instances, vines and tre Washington : Ladiey aud Children’s Shoes, Gents au bay ea, ‘a 142 WAIN SEREET. of defeated the army of jack AND STEAM DYE WORKS. during the past season, and the damage done to the newly-planted vineyards his tender Roach, of CARPETS, Steam Set ndry jack rabbits have proved a serious pest nent to the planter who GOODS, FANCY coups, “MILLINERY, DRY or less | been a source of discoura> planters. Weheardofon nae a Postmaster Barrat is demoralized. doing what he can to accommodate in SALT. LAKE CITY, UTAH, | THE LEADING HOUSE guage, with a further complicatlon in mail service & BROS. 30 to 26 E. First South Street, Salt. Lake City. the building for that road, by the C. Inthe mean B. & Q. taking a hand? of bringing many | partone to this valthe local public, but the irregular ar-| ley... Great Salt Lake covers a space of rival of mails often makes deliveries He has just had forty miles wide and nenity miles unsatisfactory. long in its extremes, and in many cards printed to be placed on all the respects isone of the most interest- letter boxes giving the hours of coling bodies of water in the world. lection, only to learn this must be The water isso clear when calm that postponed until the proposed new the buttom of the lake is visible to railroad time is settled on.—l[Trib; ; quite a depth, and-yet it carries in une. solution from twelve to fifteen per t cent saline matter, it is the oreat salt Sulphur for Jack Rabbits. storehouse of the world, capable of The Fresno Republican remarks that supplying an almost unlimited quanthat county the tity, simply through evaporation, xe ey The Union Pacific has the ad- the cee in the accommoda- vantage between Denver and Omaha of being twenty miles shorter than the C. B. & Q. The question now arises, will not this rivalry hasten broadening the Rio Grande to standard time cy We make to order Every Kind of Metal Show Cases and Stock a LARGE ASSORTMENT. Bicyles and Fine Cutlery. tion train shall leave Omaha about 5 or 6 a. m., arriving at Ogden early in in the evening, or late in the afterThe incentive noon of the next day. to these further changes is the rival-| . | ry between Brother Potter of the Unthe beautiful, was the object. of his ion Pacific, and Brother Stone of the He returned to his studio} boat ride. The latter is now runB. B. & Q. with many sketches, and seleecting ning a flying Dutchman through train four, achieved a victory in making between Chicago and Denver via the canvass reflect in miniature the Omaha in’ direct competition with the beauties in water, land, rockes and | Union Pacific and has been making’ sky he had seen in nature. via the D. & R. G. the same Central The four scenes were from the Pacific connections as the Union Pa- ‘four opposite points of the lake, and % OS Sera It is also proposed (not settled on) that anurrfactory. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackle, PORTABLE HOUSES, ter was not working in the interest of the D. & R. G. Goods,) '} Case Pi ioneer Sh Ow CITY, UTAH. Sporting & lene > CULMER EVANS & SPENCER, Mr. Potter’s Plans. - Railroad surprises come so often these days that people are getting into that condition where they would Great Salt Lake Landscapes Characteristics. ENTERPRISE. LAKE Tats Campers’ Outfits, Lo SCENG. UTAH ITS SALT THE INCORPORATED Manufacture all kinds Pottery and Crockery Ware, China, Jron-Stone China, Fire Brick, Tiles, Sewer and Water Pipe, Fire Proof Building Material, Ete. A Monthly Journal of great value near the outskirts, and feeling that it to all who are interested in the counwould be a hopeless undertaking to try try’s development, also to every houseand kill all the rabbits that were hold, as its contents are useful and swarming in from the wuneultivated interesting. plains, he concluded to make his vines unpalatable to the hungry but fastidiLocated at Worth Salt Lake, He then procured 25 ous rabbits. pounds of sulphus and 50 cents worth of asafoetida, dissolved both in water and sprinkled the mixture on the foliAs it will reach every industry in age. of his newly-planted ten-acre vinethis Western Country, it will be the’ The result was all that could be yard. vineyard that of leaf Nota desired. was nibbled after the sulphur and asaThis simple receipt fotida treatment. on the D. & R.G. and Utah Central Railroads. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. SUPPORT HOME MANUFACTURE. Price, $1.25 per year. 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