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' THE SALT LAKJb TIMES, SATURDAY, J 2ti, 1890 - 2 : g MONDAY, JUNE jO, JULY 1, 2US ;- -rj Boys' Waists, Misses Waists, , t LADIES' WAISTS, LADIES' WRAPS. K m Air New, Seasonable and Just Right For 8 f 1 FOURTH OF JXJI.Y WEAR. ;P Ph R. K. THOMAS, ft STENOGRAPHY. F. E. McGURRIN, OFFICIAL STENOGRAPHER ; ALL KINDS and Typewriting. Dealer In Remington Typewriter and (upplies; Progress building. TTiLolca. r r.. W. A. TAYLOE, MERCHANT TAILOR. NEW SPRING arrived. 43 and 46 east Second South street, Salt Lake City. TRUNKS, HULBERT BEOS,, OF FINE TRUNKS. Valises, straps, etc., sample trunks and cases to order: repairing a specialty; 27 west First South street. WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. ado!Shaote1aW&1ons7 WATCHMAKERS. WATCH-es- , clocks and jewelry repaired and cleaned. A full line of ladles' and gents watches. No. 16, East First South street, Salt Lake City. T. M. SUEBAUGH, FINE AMERICAN WATCHES, CLOCKS, watch repairing a specialty; prices reasonable; 75 west First South street Salt Lake City. Utah. MIStELLANlioI'S- r- J. HANSEN, TfLATB OF CHICAGO.! A RCH1TECT AND SUPERINTENDENT, J.. has removed his offices to 7, Second South, room 28. MRS. WILCOX, IADIES1 FINE DRESS MAKING A Riding habits and tailor made suits. 57 and 59 East Second South street. -- :C. H. LaBELLE:-- AECKITBCT. 16 E. IstS. St. Salt Lake City. I am prepared to furnish all manner of in the most plans, improved style of architec-ture, such as Churches, Opera Houses, Hotels, Banking Houses, Private Resi-dences and Business Blocks of any Description. Best of References Given as to my Standing B USINESS DIRECTORY. ADVERTISERS OF FRSTCLASS CITY. The Times commends to its patrons the Business and Pro fessional men whose cards ap-pear below. accountants HAEET E. BROWNE, ACCOUNTANT, EXPERT AND 1889, 351 south Main St. The very best of city reference given. ARCHITECTS. TEED A. HALE, (LATE OF DENVEU.) ARCHITECT OF COMMERCIAL BLOCK, WO, Wasatch building. WHITE & TOMER, ARCHITECTS AND SUPERINTENDENTS. and 411, Progress Block, Salt Lake City. ATTORNEYS. wllIiaITcotdoI LAWYER. ROOMS 14 AND 15 UTAH Co. Building, cor. Commercial and First South streets. Elevator at Commer-cial street entrance. S. A. MEEBITT, CITY ATTORNEY, building. ROOMS 010 511, John M. Breeze, James A. Williams BEEEZE & WILLIAMS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW- , ROOMS 314 ft 315, 0.W.P0WEES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- , OPPOSITE Second South street. GUMMING- - & 0EIT0HL0W, ATTORNEYS-AT- - LAW, ROOMS 4 AND 5, 128 Main street. M. E. McENANY, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- floor. PROGRESS FLORISTS. 0. CRAMER, ULORIST, DECORATOR AND DESIGNER, F Floral designs a specialty. Park avenue, entrance, East Second South street, Salt Lake City. FUBNITURK. SANDBESG FURNITURE 00., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN School Desks, Screen doors nnd Windows. Jobbing and re- - Sairing promptly attended to. 108. and 110 W. outh Temple street. GROCERIES. W, E, D. BABNETT, Agent, FRUITS, POULTRY, PRO-- visions, Flour. Feed aud Fresh Meats ; 59 east Third South street; telephone 454. ROGERS & COMPANY, rpHE LEADING GROCERS, 45 EAST FIRST X South street. TRED G. LYNGBERG, CTAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PRO-vision- Fruit, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish, Game. etc. 53 east First South street.r Tele-phone 68. john Mcdonald & sons, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES A BPEIALTY. Main street. J. H. CLARK, 0 REEN. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCE-- I ries, Fruits, Poulty and Fish, No. 68 west First South street. Orders by telephone (396) promptly attended to. 0. M. HANSEN, DEALER IN CHOICE FANCY GROCERIES Grain, Coal and Kindling Wood, corner Third South and State street. " M. TOBIAS & SON, DEALER IN FANCY GROCERIES, Poultry. Fruit and Vegetables. A 11 goods delivered to any part of the city. No. 318 south First East street. ELI L. PRICE, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 354 MAIN LlgUOKS AND CIGARS P. T, NYSTR0M. SALOON FAMILIES J supplied. Cor. First South and Commer-cial streets. THE COTTAGE, CHOICE WINES, CIGARS AND LIQUORS, opposite the Utah & Nevada depot, J. Sullivan, proprietor. THE TWO PHILLIPS PLACE. CHOICEST BRANDS OF IMPORTED and Cigars. Sohuster & Phelps, proprietors, 63 E Third South street, Salt Lake City. BOUDOIR SALOON, NO. S9 MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. Hillstead & Co., dealers In Wines. Liquors aud Cigars. Salt Lake City Brewing Co's celebrated beer on draught. M0SHER, PL00D & CO., 11f1 IRSRaOltRLaSkAeLOON, 135 MAIN STREET, City. THE PHOENIX SALOON, TE.PEACOCK, PROPRIETOR, 238 STATE Ice cold Heer ou draught; choice Wineu, Liquors and Cigars. ' ' i STONE FRONT SALOON, CHOICE LIQUORS AND CIGARS. HART Halliman & Co., 370 S. Main st. TEE OCCIDENTAL, PURE GOODS ONLY AND OF THE BEST Studious Attention. Aukr A Murphv, Proprietors, No. 18 east First South streut. Salt Lake City. 0L1FT HOUSE BAR, )TR MAIN STREET. A. J. TAYSUM IO Proprietor. MACHINEKYr SILVETBR0S?i TRON WORKS. MACHINE SHOP AND I Foundry: steam engines, mining aud mill lug work. No. 149 west North Temple street: Telephone No. 4W. jWIIXINERY AND DRESSMAKING. A. H. COHN, rpHE 'ONLY LADIES' TAILOR IN THE I city. Ladies desiring the latest xtvles and fashions will do well to rail on him, 'No. 68 East Second South, rooms 8 and 4. NEW YORKMILLINER & DRESS-MAKIN-TV YOU WANT A PERFECT FITTING GAR-- ment call on Ella Hillls. 44 Wasatch build-ing. S. T. Taylor-- s celebrated system. Take elevator. MONEY TO LOAN. eTmrrickT MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES . and Jewelry; also a fine line of Watches, Jewelry, Revolvers and Charms for sale cheaper than anywhere in the west. 340 south Main St.. oue door north Walker House. ' 1. WATTERS, BROKER. 31 K FIRST SOUTH STREET Deseret National Bank, Salt Lake City. Makes loans on Watches. Diamonds and Jewelry: rents collected; railroad tickets bought and sold: business confidential. Es-tablished ISH6. All unredeemed pledges sold at vsly low rates. MUSIC OF VIOLIN, GUITAR AND TEACHER Olson's orchestra and brass band. Residence, 85 M street, 31st ward. Leave orders at any of the music stores, or at Sharp ft You uger's Palace drug store. SIGN0RG. FERRARI, OF VOCAL MUSIC, WILL GIVE TEACHER in singing, having a thorough ed uration in classical music in the Italian school. Room 39, h building. PAINTERS AND u,55vw PETERSON & BROWN, SIGNS, 03 WEST FIRST SOUTH STREET, Lake City. plumbing! A. J. BOURDETTE & CO., IJLUMBERS, STEAM AND GAS FITTERS Jobbers. 16 east Second South Btreet, Salt Lake City. Telephone No. 431. t. JAMES FENWICK, STEAM AND GAS Fltte, Sanitary Engineer. 61 East ThU-- South street, Salt Lake City, Utah. i Mi V-- ' P.J.MORAN, STEAM HEATING ENGINEER, 359 MAIN Salt Lake City. PLATING... N0VELTYlSuTAlDTmM007' GOLD, SILVER AND NICKEL PLATING the Pynanio Process. All kinds of repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Knodson Bros, 61 E 3d South. " PHYSICIANS. DR. G. J. FIELD. K7-5- 8 WASATCH BUILDING, LATE OF ST. O Louis DR. J. S. BLACKBURN & CO., HERNIA SPECIALISTS; RUPTURE cured without surgical opera- tion. 68 E. First South St., opp. the Theater. DRS. FREEMAN k BURROWS, EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. accurately fitted. Rooms 17 and 18, h building. REAL ESTAeTaNiTlOANs! W. P. D0DDS, T)EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE coUected. 76 E. First South street' Room 6. Job. A. West. Emil Barlockeh, JOS. A. WEST & 00 AND REAL ESTATE Agents, 11 west South Temple street. THE SYNDICATE INVESTMENT 00., REAL ESTATE, S7B MAIN STREET. IN-- . for non residents a specialty. YEAD0N& HEATH, SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH MAIN STREET See them for this and othe properties, 150 Main street. S. F. SPENCER & CO,, REAL ESTATE LOANS, INVESTMENTS south Main street, Salt Lake City' Comp ete list of city and acreage property. 4 ALFRED DUNSHEE, REAL ESTATE. LOANS. INVESTMENTS Main street, rear Jones Bank. Salt Lake City Utah. J. G. JACOBS & 00. REAL ESTATE DEALERS, 147 PROGRESS have for sale residence nronertv In all parts of the city; also choice bargains in business and farm property. H. 0. LETT 4 SON, ' DEALERS IN REAL ESTATK, CITY AND No. 357 Main street, opposite the Walker House, Salt Lake City. THE MIDLAND INVESTMENT 00. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE, LOANS No. 177 Maiu street. BURTON, GROESBECK & CO., TJ EAI. ESTATE. NO. 369 MAIN STREET Mephone6 CUy' Utah' Notary la mce' restaurants! SALTLmishmm MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 15 CENTS west Second street. Jonks & Sen- ior, proprietors. . GLOBE CAFE, S Iii,BAVJ',Co- - MEALS AT ALL HOURS 1. No. 34 Main street, Salt Lake City. FOUNTAIN LUNCH STAND, B J. BEER, PROPRIETOR. NO. 115 SOUTH Mnin street. Short order meals at all hours. Commutation. Tickets 15. M. LEVEY, DEALER IN CAST OFF AND SECOND same; notice highest cash price paid for kinds by mail promptly attended to: all tailoring done. 69 w. First South street STAMPS AND SEALS. J. a mtophTcTooZ RUBBER STAMPS AND NOTARIAL Agents for the Abbott check Per- forator, Salt Lake City. t WHO HAD BEEN MADE DESPERATE BY HIS SUFFERINGS. CURED BY BR. SMITH, THE MAGNETIC PHYSICIAN, WHO IS AT NO. 353 SOUTH, WEST TEMPLE ST. A. W. Green, aged 47 years, had alwavs been an active business man unt I six years ago, when he began to sutter from a severe pain in his Btomach and a faint sensation which came on regularly about an hour before meal time, and was not relieved until after eat-ing or by taking stimulants. He also suffered from a burning sensation at the pit of the stomach, and from an accumulation of gas which was followed by saur belchlngs. At other times, and especially at night, he expe- rienced a beating and throbbing sensation in the stomach, as though there was something alive in it. His skin became sallow and as dry as parchment. He suffered great mental de-pression which was caused in a great measure from extreme constipation of the bowels. He lost all interest in his bustness affvirs, and the world looked to him as though everybody in it were going to ruin, hlmsjlf in particular. His nervous system became completely prostrated and the slightest mental exertion would make him irritable and morose. At times a cold, clammy sweat would break out all over him and If he did not put on his hat and go out into the open air he said he really believed he would go eraK.y. He had spent a great deal of money .in trying to get relief, but nothing seemed to do him any good. He had become so discouraged that he had riven up all hows ' ev,or ""Saining his health. An Intimate friend who was acquainted with his condition handed him a daily paper containing an ac- count of a similar case that had hem perma-ntoently cured by Dr. Smith, and persuaded him consult him. He did so and began treat- ment at once. He began to improve after he re- ceived the first magnetic treatment, and before the week was out he stated iu tie presence of a number of patients in the Doctor s parlors 'that the pain or distress in his stomach had all disappeared, his bowels had become regular and that his appetite was never better In his life. In short he felt like a new man, and rec-ommended all of t he afflicted to call on him and be cured. Dr. Smith treats successfully all forms of chronic disease, and may bs consulted of c harge at his parlors, No. 353 South West Tem-pi- e street, from 9 A. m. until 6 p. m., daily. HARUEB8. ELITE BARBER SHOP. GENTLEMEN WISHING A NEAT SHAVE to call ou us.. W. T. Stiiad-roK-Proprietor, 65!4 east Third South street blacksmiths! J. A. FAUST, 1LACKSM1TH AND CARRIAGE MAKER. 1) A specialty made In horseshoeing and tire setting. Cor. 1st So. and ad West streets BOOKS AND STATIONS YV! d. m, McAllister & co BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOYS, Utah Views, Mormon PublieM.tons, Periodicals, Magazines, etc., 73 Maiu street " BOOT AND SHOE MAKING. ROBINSON BROS SHOE MANUFACTURERS, 49 W. FIRST street. Our own make of M shoes are forging ahead. Repairing neatly executed THE PARAGON IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE for Shoe Repairing. 11 west South Temple street. CIVIL ENGINEERING. HAVLLANF&DENBYi ClVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS. laid out and plai ted. Rooms 614 and 615 Progress building; l O. box 837, Salt Lake City, Utah. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. ROBINSON & SJ0BL0mT CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. OFFICE general jobbing, pat tern making; Agents for folding bath tub. 174 west First South street. J. 0. D0WLING, ClAEPENTER. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. executed; fitting up stores and counter making a specialty, aa W. First South street. GEORGE B0GGS & CO., AND BUILDING, FITTING Stores and oflic.es a specialty. 157 State road, between First and Second South street. Salt Lake City, Utah. engraving! J, JEPPERS0N, 1PRACTICAL SCULPTOR AND CARVER, Office, 11 east North Temple street. J. W. WHITECAR, DESIGNER AND building. ENGRAVER ON WOOD, inn, FlagsUgofSt --AT- j D-- JUMcAllister&C . 72 Main st"1, ! . Council shall meet, and If written nhw the making of the improvement ii owners of one-hal- f of the front lent uppn that portion of the street or a bo improved be not Hied with therecor Council shall hear and consider m,- tlons If any, as shall have been made If the Council shall determine to with the improvement, It shall make a which shallle entered of record intta. of its proceedings, authorizing and di the work to be done and Improrenur made under the supervision of the it Public Works, and shall apportion and the cost of the Improvement, or ti thereof, as specified in tho notice, mm, and lauds abutting on the streets aid within such paving district to tie te benented by such Improvement lu m to the square feet or feet, front or abutting upon such streets and aim to the extent of the benefits to wich lot of lots, lands and real estate by reason improvement, such benefits to be eon uniform, and an allowance may be m corner lots, so that they shall not be s at full rates on both streets, according rules as the Board of Equalization aider fair and equitable; provided, tii cost of curbing or curbluK and gutter space opposite alleys shall be paid bj i citv. Sec. 4. The Council shall next mike dinance levying the tax. and for He ment of the property in accordance apportionment and determination ot tfc ell, which apportionment shall be ti forth in such ordinance, the total cost improvement shall be levied at one tin the property affected thereby.andtteort shall also designate by number the part trict embracing the property to be tas Sec. 5. A copy of the ordinance certiu the recorder, under the corporate seal city, shall be delivered to the City .v and Collector, who shall immediateln to list and assess the property, accon the apportionment set forth in said ord: stating the name of the owner, or if Ml then so stating the number and lot or piece of ground, and the mo the tax levied thereon; but It shall bisu to describe the lot or piece of ground same is platted and recorded, lie aha make a plat to accompany said list. si the location of the improvement and th tion of the respective lots or pieces ol assessed, with reference to the name, u return and lodge said list and plat wbe pleted with the Recorder, within ten di? the receipt of such order, or such iurthe as the Council may allow. Section 6. Upon the completion ot t mentioned in Section 6 of this ordina: City Council shall appoint five ot ltm as a board of equalization and review a liBt shall be placed in the hands ot sain and the said board shall give not less tt days public not ce by publication u newspaper published within thectv completion of said list, aud appo.nti than five consecutive days upon wblc will meet during the usual business state the place of its meeting, and durl time speciflt-- the list shall be open to inspection, and any person or persons themselves aggrieved, shall have neari fore said board, and the Skid board sha authority to make correction if an deemed by them unjust. The City i aud Collector shall ba present at each ; of said board, and note upon said list si rections and changes as may be order" board, and when said list is comple Council shall make an ordinance con the assessment set forth in the usu rented bv the board of equalization, a t which ordinance certified by the under the Corporate Seal, together i corrected list shall be delivered to the t. shall con. t u sessor and Collector, and warrant for the collection of said.M; taxes shall become delinquent as to of tne total amount "hall quent in fifty days after the date of (1 101 in one yw such taxes; one-tent- h tenth in two years; n - three years; one-tent- h in one-tent- h ft 10) in five years one-te-in six years; one-tent- h "Z, one-tent- h (M0) in elgM ; years, (MO) in nine years thereafter. stallments except the flr.-- t staK at the rate of seven per cent "m the time of levy aforesaid until the become delinquent, and become delinquent, interest uid w per cent per annum sh;d! beaud CoUefl Section 7. Said Assessor the receipt of the certified copy afo without delay give at least one or more newspapers. haj n f culation in Salt Lake ' T such tax shall become deltoaum t. of the ton Section 8. Upon receipt and ordinance r01' aforesaid, the Assessor and.CM lect the assessment m like mmva cases of special taxes, and shau each taxpaper by mail, pustM ,i leave at his residence or uual p PSiou9. n--- 5f5 be paid by the owm trict, may tmtntb-- y lauds within fifty days special taxes. thereupon shall be exempt from any lien 01 Action 10. The Assessor ud; pay over to the City Treasjirv aii, lected by Win. at from and after its passage. Passed June 3, lWkpAKSs seal. Attest: Lows Hya" Bec, TERRITORY OF UTAH, I ss SALT LAKE CITV . . p,H U I. Louis Hyams. Recorder f, do hereby certif y t hat the '"uninf true and correct copy of An ftrefi vtdlng for curbing and .."Uedty " avenues in Salt Lake CI ty, 0. Council of Salt We CIW" pears of record in my 9Wve neren" In testimony fte cor my hand and tjis?. tSAL.J el of eSr of June, A H ttMS, AN ORDINANCE Providing for Curbing and Guttering Streets and Avenues in Salt Lake City. of Salt Lake ?;rd?me' "y 'e City Council City, that whenever the City Coun- cil shall deem it necessary to curb, or curb and uJnyJtt1doeterrmine the wchitahrianctetrh, equcailt-y ity, extent and location of such proposed im-provement, and cause an estimate to be made by the city engineer of the cost thereof; name the paving district or part, be benefitted or affected by the samefaud shal" include only lots and lauds abutting upon the stieets and avenues to be curbed or curbed and Feet Td1.111'"0.1011 t0 ,he smare ft or 2r both- sti eets and - 80 a0lltting upon such avenues. ,TCll,ncU 8haU " a t'"16 when it will JnIe!"'an conri(ler objections and pro-t&- ?n.etsr acvu;rebirnogror curbing aud gutterine the defraying ; the ex- - SlftlKirTSS - entered am! no8tt?eofTtetnoun.c11 8h'a11 nest 8 a ment and make the imnrnva. defray the cost and by local assessment, describinghe wonted psaamrtetneieof. to be affected or theestimated cost thereof! estimat-ing the time set for the hearing menHcSldla the last section, to be published" at least twenty rony;8111411 oubstuntiallyin the tot Satfee envof fte?y e y Council ot cil toS. till' of such Conn- - CounVil whenli Jectlons as may"mhe?Sedmritlel:SUCh0b-aB- y order of the City cS of Salt Lake Sec. 3. After the exnlrHmCily.ecorer-- ( and ou the day de.iS J7S&X AN ORDISAKCE Providing for Making Gas, Water and Sewer Connections on Streets Pro-posed to be Paved and across Side-teal-thereof. Section 1. Be it enacted by the City Council of Salt Lake City, that 80 days before the work of paving any street is begun, the superintend- ent of water works and sewer construction shall be notified and required to put lu all necessary water and sewer connections, be-tween the water mains and sower lateral, and the curb lines of the street proposed to be paved, and the gas company shall be likewise notified and required to lay all necessary gas pipes, in order to connect the property abut t ing ou said street with the gas mains. In case the said gas company neglect or fall to do the same, then the Board of Public Works may cause the same to be done, and the cost thereof shall be deducted from any indebtedness of the city to said company, and no bills shall be paid to said company by the city until all such ex-penses for gag pipe laying shall have been liquidated. Sec. 8. All owners of property on such streets shall be notified at least 30 days by publication in some newspaper printed and published in the City of Salt Lake before the work of paving any street is begun, and required to make the necessarv connection for water and sewers across the sidewalk to the property lines, and in case said property owners neglect or refuse to do the same, It shall be done by the city, and the cost thereof shall be assessed upon the property opposite such connections, of the par-ties refusing to make such connections to such depths as the Council sitting as a Board of Equalization shall deem just and equitable. Sec. 3, This ordinance shall be in force from and after its passage. Passed June 10, 1800. M. K. PARSONS, Acting Mayor, seal. Attest: Lotus Hvams, City Recorder. Territory of Utah, I Salt Lake City, f88- - I, Louis Hyams, Recorder of 'Salt Lake City, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of "An ordinance provid-ing for making gas, water and sewer connec-tions on streets proposed to be paved and across sidewalks thereof." passed by the City Council of Salt Lake City, June 10, 1SD0, as appears of record in my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the corporate seal. seal of Salt Lake City, this arth day of June, a. D. ma. Louis Hyams, Recorder. She is rather above the medium height with a perfect figure. She has blue ryes and light brown hair. Misk MINNIE KIMBALL is often referred to us the most beautiful young lady in the city. She has a beautiful fate, with clear cut classical features aud a charmingly graceful figure. Her eyes are a deep blue, aud she has beautiful brown hair, fcjhe is a graduate of Hammond hall. MISS KATE LAWRENCE is a tall, graceful young lady with a beautiful figure. She has a mass ot long dark-brow- n hair and a charming-ly pretty face. She is a daughter of lion. H. W. Lawrence and a graduate of Kowlaud hall. " MISS IDA DAYNES 5s rather under the medium height, with full graceful ligure. She has blue eyes and short, wavy brown hair. She is one of the prettiest of the young ladies on the list. MISS BESSIE HAKKNESS Is rather above the medium height. She has deep blue 'eyes, aud a w ealth of dark brown hair. Her ligure is slender and graceful, and she is one of the most popular of the society belles of the city. , MISS HOLLY M'ALKEll is a typical blonde. She is an acknowl-edged leader in social circles and oue of the most popular youug ladies in the trily. SIuj is rather petete with blue eyes and a charming face. She is a daughter of the late S. S. Walker. MBS.' WASH. YOL'NCr was before her marriage the acknowl-edged belle of Salt Lake. She is the most beautiful of the young matrons of the city. She has a wealth of light brown hair, a beautiful face aud lull graceful ligure. She is a (laughter of G. W., Sears, . KITTIB DENNIS is a tn 11, exquisitely formed brunette, with dark violet eyes and dark hair. She came to Salt Lake from Ohio about two years ago. BINNIE COMPTON is also a brunette, but of the petit order. She has dark brown eyes and hair of like shade. She is an accomplished vocalist. LIZZIE BYWATER Is a tall, slender brunette, with dark jiair and grey eyes. She was originally a New York girl. TESSIE CLAWSON. is a leading belle of Salt Lake, and those voting for her and some who are not, declare her one of the prettiest of the competitors. She has a petite fig-ure. " MISS RUBY PRATT is one of the prettiest young buds. She is dark, with short, wavy dark hair and bright cyes.: 'She has a full, graceful iiguro aud is often said to be the hand-somest of tho younger set.:- ' MISS LIZZIE B1TNEK is said so bo one of tho'most beautiful of all the galaxy of beauty making in Uieracef She is of petite ligure and light blondu hair and blue eyes. MISS JENNIE MILLER is another of the pretty girjs of the fair order. She has brown hair and blue eyes and is quite attractive for her sweet disposition. WINNIE KIMBALL ( L is pronounced by some as tho prettiest girl in Salt Lake City. She is a blonde, tall and sylph like iu ligure, aud has bcautiful'blue eyes and golden hair. JSho frequently assists iu dramatic en-tertainments. .' MRS. J. DAGGET is a society woman aud well kuowu in Salt Lake". She is a brunette, tall and willowy aud has dark hair aud dark eyes. MRS. FRANK S11F.LTON is a decided blonde. Sho has a fine form, is tall and possesses the brightest of blue eyes. Her hair is of a golden cliade. She is quite popular in amateur V theatrical circles. MRS. J. B. KEVSOR is a blonde also. She is tall aud com-manding in appearance, has light hair and blue eyes. She is a native Salt Laker. MAMIE CI.AWSON is a tall and slender blonde, with lumi-nous blue eyes. ' , FLORENCE VOCNG is a perfect bruuelte. In ligure she is tall and slender. Sho has very dark hair and blue eyes. JOTIE BEATIE is a blue-eye- blondo of the petite order. PEARL VINSON is likewise a petite blonde, with laugh-ing blue eyes and light hair. A If ORDINANCE Creating Paving District No. 1, in Salt Lake City. Section 1, Be it ordained by the City Council of Salt Lake City, that the following described district in Salt Lake City shall constitute pav-ing district No. 1 in Salt Lake City, Beginning at the southeast comer of block 87, plat "A," and running thence west along the north boundary line of South Temple street, 763 feet to the southeast corner of block 89, plat "A." Thence south along the west tbooundary line of West Temple street, 2508 feet the northeast corner of block 60, plat "A." Thence east along the south boundary line of Third South street, 1716 feet to the northwest corner of block 53, plat "A." Thence north along the east boundary line of first East street, 2508 feet to an intersection with the north boundary line of South Temple street. Thence west along the north boundary line of South Temple street, 884 feet to the place of oberginning, and including all streets and alleys avenues now opened or to be hereafter opened for public use within the said described district. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect, and be in force from and after its passage. Passed June 3, 1890. M. K. Pahsoks, Seal. , Attest: Lours Acting Mayor. Hyams, City Recorder. TerSraitlotrLyaokfeUtah, City, fss-I- , Louis Hyams, Recorder of Salt Lake City, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full true and correct copy of "An Ordinance creating Paving District No. 1, in Salt Lake City," passed by the City Council of Salt Lake City, June 3, 1890, as appears of record in my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the corporate seal. seal of Salt Lake City, this 27th day of June, A. D. 1890. Louis Hyams, , Recorder. An Ortliuunce. To Prevent Interference with Fire Alarm and Fire Alarm Key Boxes. Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Coun-C- shal?l,f JJ V.ake City That ny person who wilfully or maliciously break orlniure any fire alarm box in this city, or who shall break open any firo alarm key box in this ritv except tor the purpose of getting the key in said box, to send an alarm of lire to the fire shall be deemed guilty of a misde-meanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisoned not more than one hun- dred days, or both in the discretion of the Section 9. This ordinance shall be in force from and after its passage. Passed J uue 10, 181)0. ,M. K. PARSONS. seal.3 Attest, LomsHYA;tln6Maror-Territor- y op Utah, city Herder. Salt Lark City, j' ss I Louis Hyams, Recorder of Salt Lake Cttv do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full true and correct copy of "an ordinance to nre-ve- interference with fire alarm and Are alarm key boxes," passed by the City Council of halt.Lake City June 10, 1S90, as appeals of record in mv ofhee. In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Corporate MAU Seal of Salt Lake City this 87th of June. A. D. 1W. LOUIS HYAMS, City Recorder It is a very good rule in all things of life, When judging a friend or a brother. Not to look alone at the question ou oue side, But always turn to the other. And iu the meantime eat Quaker Oats. Are you using Quaker Oats' If not, msk your grocer for them.