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J . " I """""""iiii inn iiii. n THE SALT LKE TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1800. 5 Kin AflCH ays. Puui... - - riBE WORKS heb ; All Kinds aicl Lowest Prices. THE" FAIR, On.o Deor "West of Cleolr. f OUR ASSORTED CASES FOR FAMILIES fA ARE JUST WHAT YOU WANT, AT A i NOMINAL PRICE. ALSO HEADQUAR- - T TERS FOR JAPANESE LANTERS AND Y FLAGS. j Wc arc always lo the Front on all Hoods hp liniiillo; 13 WEST TI I E FAIR, J'H.'ST SOUTH ST !' l !; Salt Lake City Has Seventeen Hotels and AMPLE ACCOM-MODATION'S FOR STRANGERS. Her Chamber of Commerce has established a STRAN&ERS BUREAU OF INFORMATION At 71 w, Second South St., Where messengers are in attendance at all hours to es-cort strangers to residences where comfortable apartments can be had at reasonable rates and convenient to electric lines. Low rates and frequent trains from Ogden during CAR-NIVAL WEEK. Salt Lake City fill Celebrate THE FOURTH On a GRAND SCALE. The MOST GORGEOUS DIS-PLAY of FIREWORKS ever Manufactured. Lombard Investment Go. Kansas City, Mo., anl Boston, Hiss. Branch office for Utah aud iithro Idaho, Corner First South and Main Streots, tslt Lenkcl-'lty-- I'tult. W. H. DALE, JUnnfer. Milken Loan on farm ami City Iroiwrty at Eaty Half. GEORGE A. LOWE, Dealer in All Kindt of Fint-CU- t -- Agricultural Implements, ! miUTTLERFAPX AND FUKHJIH WAGON.4, j. ColiMs Bik Mods aiiMCaris j of every description. Steam Engines, LeiTel Wheels, f WAREHOUSE 8TATK ItOAD JIETWKEN FIBST AM) SECOND NOITII. , V BARGAINS I "TO aa. BARGAINS I THE CLOSING OUT SALE AT THE 54 West Second S.Btl Still Continues. I'rlecs us Low as Ever. (Slaughter in Haby Carriages Remember the Haw: win. nm Bin. 54 West 2nd SoSth. : : : : : Salt take City, Utah. T1IK HUM! FOUJDRY !D MMSE CllllllW j "',1,1 N.' . ; ' Zf t; - j n t,,f - iTfHbiwnil; : : 42t WEST FIRST KOlTfl. : : P.0.Bt45. J. C. Gonlclin, STOCKimOKER, Mining Stocki and Other Seouritiei Sought and Bold. Dealer in REAL ESTATE AND MINES. Memlirr of Salt ,ak Stock Exchang and of Salt Lak Rait EUi(t Exrhnngn Sevtnttcn Venn arciiil.nl a Sail Uikf City Correspondence Solicited. Korcrom r. - Union Natlnn:il Hank. Ueiwrnt Nniliiil.il Hi'iik. I t ill Nitll. nnl Unk. J. K. Ihxiiy, MnniiKr WuIIh, Kargu a Kult take CUT. ltiMim UU. niH oiid floor, Wnotch building. 18 years in Salt l.ako City. Dr. C. W. Higgins The Well-Know- n Spcclullsl, IlaM rfinoved to inorKclfRnnl und eomimidUilw iiarlora, 17 and 18, St. Elmo Hotel. ;. ;:" .ft ... s A Dr. C. W, HlgRlns, Microtcopio and Analytio Fhyiician, pruct.pid In Knit l.akn City lhlin yearn, uud tli wimdnrtiil and will-tiifll-curi i hn linit rpptrd In that tlrni pruv th xjn utlllc nr.ucllili on which hi fwinwllmt r Ci.nouicli'd. lonulnx dlirncMl by the Kid ul th mlcroncoim iiuhle bliu U dct;t th t.rimary can of th and effect a rall-i- l cure. Tha Doctor li riirwl ihouoauaa ot cantmof Ncrvoun lclillliy, Mental ami I'by-lc- l WrUnes, Ixof Manhood and i'matraUoii. tha rcanlt of .mrly ImllmTatlona ami oaca. and will forflt Klva III mmm UinXAHt for any caw taken under bla treat-merr- l which he fall" to cure. SyjihillU, (iouorrhea t;i""t, HtrlHura and all old. fliiri rlnif dleeawa.whlch Htlatr the hliKl, und lijipulr tho ayatin, thoroughly ami prm-neutl- y cured. ALL CLASSES OF El TH CUKElh Taptwormi rtmoTed with Head or w Piy. E. SELLS, J. TUCKER. H. W. SELLS. Sells & Corripany, 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Lumber, ; Firat South Street, opponlto 14th WirJ Aaimbly Room. P. 0. Ux IOTSi Old lleneer Tar4 t Arw.tre Bfley. UORTH STAR Refrigerator l III! ItefifSli'il ?5 Sold. Only "toy tHo Salt Lake Hardware Co., 32 WEST SECOND SOUTH STREET. Headquarters for Rubber Hose, Lawn Mowers, Hammocks, Guns, Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods. 0. VAN BUSKIHK. officii ok T. C STEifttfJ llicfiiiilliislii'lliimtiiifiiit&i. GENERAL REAL ESTAlE BUSHES! TRANSACTED. SPECIAL ATTEKTIOS ID III : FORMING Of STND1CATE1 AGENTS FOR EASTER J CAPITAL We do not handU SNAPS, but GOOD HARGAINS t KXPKKIKNCUI) OI'KKATOVM and Mamtw ot tfca HiL rTAra EICAI 170 MAIN STREET, corner Second 8outh. Call and see my new line of Spring Suiting worsted pantaloonings, etc. . W. A. Taylor, 45 E. Second South. Goods called for and delivered. Era-pri- e Steam Laumtry, 21 Commercial street, Telephone 94. Satisfaction guaranteed at Empire Steam Laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 94. PRINCIPAL POINTS EAST, WEST, NORTH and SOUTH AT THE CITY TICKET OFFICE. Union Pacific SYSTEM. MOUNTAIN DIVISION ITne Only Lino carrylnR th United HUtl Overland Mall. Direct Connection OJ- - tween ail Point North and Ka.it, NEWTIMECARD June 23, 1GDC. ( UTHH CENTRAL DISTRICT, B T. Bartos, Jr, I. A. Oromlwrk, W. B. kiAm Burton, Groesbeck & Go,, fLYk.HH ASH HKLU.HH Olf (".MO ICR Business, Residence and Acreage Property. Hol Aitent for South Lawn Addition. Office 269 S. Kain 8UTeIepbow 484 SALT LAKE VALLEY Loan and Trust Company, hall Lake City, Ttult. capital rm,m. Money to loan on real etal and o'her good aecurltira, on ej.jrt and long tiuo. THE HANSON PKODICK CO., CominiMion Merchant 68 S. W.tT.mple Street. cheese and fruits. West-ern Butter, eggs, agents for the Diamond, Diadem. A. A. & Ayrshire, cascade creamery s H.P. Co. print. Utah and Montana MacMnery Company j C. P. MASON, Manager. Headquarters for all Classes of Machlnsry, EnginManJ Uoilers from power r' opwarii in tbtck t xltAl diate deliTery. 8tam l'uaip, Iajecbjra, Uorw Whim. UoUUa; Eaae Rock Breaker, Wall 'a Roll., Ingt5roll Air (,'o'nprenaora aol Drill, Labd ' eating Oil, Mine. Mill an-- i SmeU;r goppli, Silver. OoM aaJ Ouooeatnt ig Mills erected anl deiivereJ la running orJr. Maine Officg anl Warsrooms 259 S. Mala Street, Sail Lal3 D. I AGENCY. BUTTE. MONTANA. r-- -- . j. -J i The largest display of vegetables n the city at C. B. Durst' s. Passenger Trains Arri.e and Leare at Salt Lafc Citj a follows: CUIKO WOKTB. mOM THE ROBXB. rn- - Faat Mall and run Northarn Local :10.ru iJ:::;:::;::r.::::::::::::!2S:S mOU TUB SOUTH. (KJIKO aOUTH. 9:45a.m. Jnab Eirre ?n'lbEK" .nUtordprey. n Have Ton Changed D,fl Ko. 15 West Second South street. mam mm: O.J.HnUrfm-i.PT- t. . Dti". Vlre-Pr- W. H. MrlrnuH, lirm) it. Ixnmry, n Knmtj-ryr- -r, J:hn A. immlmck, im'inutl 4'iA. U. H. t.rnni, U. M. Camming, VtW-ir. . U. HrblM. Jr. - Trrruunr. Krai Ett X'lrt iire, urntBl by tb rt,mittiy, lor aae. Ottc Daft baiKLiut. up auura. No. Mi Main n Printers, Blank-Boo- k Makers and Stationers. Ko. 4 ft W. HeoiKl Muutli Ht. Salt Lake, - Utali Our faiilltwef'ir ovrtroe iri "i !" rrlnt-t-r. re uf tae riwet afid Hook Knled. ITlniert iul Uouod tor er Bampleaof Halir,i. Mtmtw. runk u.l Mr- - raniue W'e ilwiri m hwt. CVmt'lele ItiMiuf lmr enji;ie en.orw-In- tb (M approt4 lfir Hii hwyiMul Jnntiti I Prices Low, Call on Ua. ? COIKO WEST. ' " FvrOarfield Hracb. dallf ! rfleld B:v 0- - ''tUttS lp.! p.m " " 4 fcp.n. " . ! 4f.p.iu ' " u i:i:-v- :. ... - - .. 4 ir.p"' ' " Z '';'l, ..lp.m m .'..'. p m - - - M,i,.m " ' ' i..m M it .. 7:4.p.m - - - ' 'rPl Monday andJuewlay; Kx-e- p Sunday j Salt ZjbJso 5b "Western. Disrtriet. Pa.enK"-Tial- leare Salt ike daily for Ir t ,n. ,lr Cty. ka. f-- at T.O a u , Retnrning. arrUnn at : P m. i S. W. ECCLES, " C. F. RESSEGUlE, j Ccn'l Pt4mgf Afent. Crwral Manae t ! Salt Italic Transfer Co. 1 li'AlTKN & (iLKNN. TPT" f f I Ail Orders Promptly ittenled ta fJ !Car Lots a Specialty. 551, j Itl'ykoM tt. lE-Zf- - i one tracking th "enter of h" tho provisions of the report FILED THKIK KEPOKTS. subittK"01, ""'I stleot vj' jft a,.ul 'pecificatSon. for ami fhf. leeorder 111 drifts 9 and 10. mentofeth,y T! IT" 'bi -- s2& of work. A board equaluation and review eonsUthig 0 ?fivpl3berSt0f,the C0UllcU wi" 101 complaints on the KEl'OliTS OF COMMITTEES. liausit company to use steam power in he operating of their trains along cer- tain portions of their line. Adopted. Disapproving the petition of the JUanitou Springs compauv and L. C. cvr and others asking for'exteusion of water mains, Oautiug petition of IT Jeuklu. lion's Savings bank. A. M. Derrick and Douglas Thurlev for extension of water mains. Agreeing with the superintendent of waterworks and recommending that four-inc- h mams be laid on each side of North lemple street and that the water mains-b-extended from Second South to lourtli West and hvdrants be erected Denying the petition for the building of a wall, and directing the city engi- neer to investigate petition of Salt Lake Gas company relative to switch con-nections with the Rio (irando Western railroad. Approving profile for pro-jected streets. Recommending appropriations in payment of services rendered by the expert water commissioner. TUE DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY. An ordinance was passed increasing the salary of Deputy City Attorney Eichner from $75 to $100 per month. LIQUOR LICENSE GRANTED. The liquor license of Kellv & Page was granted, and four previously licensed applied for renewal. THE INVITATION ACCEPTED. An invitation from tho carnival of Ogden to visit the city during the car-nival was accepted, and the council went in a body this morning over the Rio Grande. HAP1D TRANSIT. A resolution was adopted granting the West Side Rapid Transit company permission to use and operate upon the following streets, viz: Commencing at the intersection of Seventh South and Second West streets; thence south along Second West to Tenth South or Roper street; thence west along said first named street to west bank of Jordan river; thence west along that certain street designated in ollicial plat of Burlington place as Colorado street to street designated as First street in offi-cial plat of Glendale Park addition; thence south along First street to county road running along boundary of said Glendale Park, and thence west along said last named county road to city limits; a steam dummy or motor to bo of the pattern and design ordin-arily used aud operated upon street railways, to be changed lo any other system when the city council may see lit. AlTKoritlATIOlsS. Tho following appropriations were ordered: JohnW. Snell $ 111.3(1 Salary account 0,(MUj 1 Hah Artesian Woll co 3T7.W Waterworks 5,(K.UU C. L. Stevenson aoo.(ll M. J. Mack "" J. L. Seligman H'J.M Charles Lohenzer 4U.MU Joseph Silver W.M J.F.Urlin Total 18,73S.37 City Council and City Attorney Speak Their Minds Freely on Abused Franchises. ' jjjjgT EEMEDY THE ABUSES. Petitions Considered and Acted Upon ts of City Officers Eeturns Prom Committees Appropriations, Colonel Merritt, the city attorney, hail his ax0 sharpened for the railroads Hid the councilmcn had their tomah-awks in scalping shape for the same corporations at the meeting of the city jouncil last night. "Were it not for tho displeasure displayed against the rail-road- s the session would have been a mighty tame affair, and the soulless corporations were told in good, every day, unmistakable Anglo-Saxo- n that if ,l,ey did not mend their ways and knuckle down to the laws and ordin-ances of the city and acknowledge that the municipality was a great deal bigger than they were, that the men tho were paid to look after the city's interests would wipe them from the face of the earth, or words to that effect. It ippears that the railroads have been abusing the stipulations of franchises accorded them by the council, and the litter does not propose to stand it any longer. The following business was transacted : PETITIONS. Haulon & Benson, to pile building material in front of the new engine bouse. Granted. Hannah Jensen, to be relieved from paying special tax. Tabled. Salt Lake Brewing company, to pile building material and occupy Fifth South aud Tenth East with a temporary malt kiln. Granted. S. Scaulan and twenty five others, for (ewer pipe and laterals on north side of Temple street. Referred. A protest from sidewalk vendors, on excessive license and being compelled to close on Sunday. Referred. B. F. Allen and others, to have an abandoned ditch on Fourth West and Sixth South filled. Referred. T. 0. Angell, protesting against a switch used by the Fort Douglas railr-oad. Referred. ' Geo. Castello, that McMahon's circus be given permission to show on Eighth Ward square. Referred to committee on public grounds. Sarah Ann George, for remittance of special tax for water service. Tabled. William Roberts and others, to have sidewalks laid on Third South from Fifth to Eighth West, and have ditches tilled. Referred. Mrs. E. T. Chrislman to have water removed from Mill creek, as it is a nuis-ance. Referred. The National Deseret bank and others for additional fire protection. Referred. Salt Lake City Street railway for franchise for railroad from First South lo southern limits of the city. Referred. Telition of Mount & Griffin relative to sprinkling the streets in the recently created street sprinkling district. City recorder was directed to have the ordin-ance covering the matter priutod. Dallas & Hedges, representing that an additional foot of digging will be necessary for the foundations of the new engine house on account of the ft soil. The architects were directed to make the improvements at a cost not to exceed $1050. HEI'ORf OF CITY OFFICERS. The city recorder reported notices of intention to extend water mains on J, Third South, Fourth South aud Fifth East streets had beon published accordi-ng to law, and no protests had been Wed except those of Mrs. S. White and 've others against the extension of ater mains on Fifth East street. They were unable to pav the assessment. Superintendent Ryan of the water-fork- s reported, as to Mr. Osborne's winraunication, that the Eighth street People have never had water in the day lime, but could get it early in the morn-- or late at night. . Chief Stanton of the Fire department, view of the danger from fire in the 'w.r of local business houses, recom-netide- d that (1) there be a lire inspector "Ppointed, as in the last two mouths e;e has been no less than fifty com-I'lam-from business men to the Fire jeparttneut regarding the danger of we caused by other business men stor-- g iu the rear of their places dry goods wxes, barrels of straw and other com-estibles which have been on fire at rcut times; that (2) there be an passedgiviug power to the lire inspector to have all dangerous mater- - removed, and that he may instruct Mi parties to remove the same within !we days after being notified. And if v person neglects or refuses to com- - that he be subjected to a penalty. From the city engineer. Calling the council's attention to j" necessity of irrigating the shade 'cos bordering the cement sidewalk a"w about completed along the north of Brigham street, and of conduct-n- g irrigation water across said street j'1 the necessary points. He said: For ! former I suggest a wooden conduit, for the latter sewer or other suit-pip-to be laid such a depth below 30 roadway as will insure it against ,aB;igi! by frost or passing loads. If streets are to be macadamized, I ;lll'ise that the work of curbing and ottering be first prosecuted to avoid "'teeqimnt displacement, of pavement 'insecure proper completion of work, '"umitiee on streets with power to act regards irrigating, and repdrt balance lck to the council. - As to petition of E. A. Follano and yners regarding the tracks of the Pacific and the Rio Grande West- - on West Brigham street, between 'ourthand Sixth West streets. The !:reet is almost impassable in places in sequence of the excavation made pessary by the change in gauge and sition0f the Western's track. To ;rvide proper clearance between ;a"is, this track has been thrown sev-- , feet north of its original position the street is made corre-joodin- g narrower. At one place a '.of switch ties have been placed with to constructing an additional jtraek or spur, and the ends extend beyond the rails as to leave at !tt Point only about ten feet in width '""ailahle street. The obstruction of street is made more complete fgh the use of these tracks for stor-.an-d gencrai vard purposes. For "ef of petitioners I recommend: 1. ; all cars be removed from the at once, and be hereafter prohi-bit ?m standing in the street. 2. ,;al the respective companies be re- - "fed to grade and level the street out 'A? euro lines on each side, and to "le good plank crossings where re- - to enable property owners to opposite their respective gate- - j Union Pacific System. Mountain Division. Oil aud after June 2U, 1890, Garfield Beach trains will run as follows: Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Salt Lake Garfield Garfield Salt Lake 8 10am tt :25am 11:45a ra 12:80pm ll:i!0am 2:30pm 3:30pm 12 45 p m 1 :30 p m 2 :45 p m 3 :40 p m 1- 45pm 2:30pm 3:45pm 4:30pm 2- 45 pm 8:30 pm 4:45 pra 5:30 pm pm 4:30 pm 5:45pm 6:80pm 4 45pm 5:30 pm :45pm 7:80 pm pm 0:80 pm 7:45pm 8:30pm pm t7:80pm 8:45 pm 9:30 pm 7:45 pm 8:80 pin :30 pm 10:15p in Mondays and Tuesdays excepted. Daily, except Sunday. Tickets for sale at Union ticket of-fice and at depot. Fare for the round trip 50cts. S. V. Ecclks, G. P. A. Oivo in Your Chantres. Attention is directed to the notice of R L Polk & Co., the city directory publishers, in this issue.. Everybody is interested in having their names the next directory, and the rublishers desire that any changes o residence or business shall be furnished to them without delay, as they are now nearly ready for printing. Warning. respectfully cal We the undersigned &b parties doing business in Salt Lake rTv and who who claim memliersfcp mpnaben; and we take this Mof informing the public to- Tne only mem-bers of such persons. in Salt Lake 'ity are J. K. ;iLLEPK. 240 South Main st. Om kk Gkoshkll. Under the Tostoflice.