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9 THE SALT LAKE HER iB t FRIDAY x JuNE 13 1890 I
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5m Electric Car Line Being Laid
Through Eagle Gate
R G WS BROAD GAUGE TRAINS
Track Building in the United States This Year
MrResseguie Detained
Notes
The Salt Lake city railroad company
yesterday showed that the repeated dis
couragements they have lately undergone
have in no way dimmed their enterprise
nor checked their spirit The early work
ers who passed the Eagle gate yesterday
morning saw a tremendous force of labor
ers tie layers and rail men strung along
through the Eagle gate up First East to
First street and along the last named
thoroughfare reaching eastward By
nightfall the ground was grubbed out ties
in and a good deal of the iron down It
was the most rapid piece of railroad work
ever achieved in this city The road joins
the companys South Temple street line
at the Eagle gate and will run up
First street to A street thence north to
Third street and thence east till it joins
the companys present track in the Twen
tieth ward
The Rapid Transit company also has a
rightofway through the Eagle gate up
First street so that that hitherto retired
locality which has always been one of its
chief recommendationswill take on as
busy a hum as others of the cartraversed
streets of the town Judging by the
lightning speed with which the Salt Lake
City railroad people are working it is only
a question of days when the electric car
will convey tourists within a few feet of
President Youngs grave
Track Building
The total mileage of track laid on now
railroads in the United States up to May 1
of this year is reported by the Itaflicay A qr
at lOSi miles The early part of the year
was unusually favorable for tracklaying
owing to the absence of severe cold and
snow over a great part of the country and
this may possibly have had some effect upon
the extent of the new mileage It is never
theless true that the lirst part of
the year is that in which the least
tracklaying is done and an addi
tion of 1100 miles during onethird
of the year may be taken to indicate that
the railroad building of 1S90 will be atleast
equal to that of last year when 5200 miles
were built and may possibly exceed it
As was the case last year a large pro
portion of the new track was in the south
ern states Georgia leading with 170 miles
and North Carolina coming second with
135 miles no other state reports over JOG
miles In New England and the middle
states the mileage was small and no large
increase Is reported in tho west and north
west whileon the Pacific coast railroad
building seems to have come to a stand
still for the present
A New Hallway Motor
Messrs J B Legg the architect and
John Niles an engineer of St Louis have
Just received letters patent for an electric
cable railway a device for the purpose
of carrying the subtle fluid through metal
lic cables laid in a conduit instead of
through overhead wires the system now in
vogue The device consists of a hollow
castiron cylinder seven inches in diameter
arranged in sections about eight feet in
length and tightly bolted together and
with bottom lugs for the purpose of attach
ing ties This cylindrical conduit is sunk
so as to barely reach the surface while an
ordinary open slot affords a receptacle for
the grip Suspended on the inside of the
conduit on either side of the slot are two
hollow copper cylinders about three six
teenths of an inch in thickness and five
eighths of an inch interior diameter These
cylinders are the conveyors of the positive
and negative electric currents and are in
lieu of the two overhead wires used in the
present system The copper cylinders are
arranged in sections co extensive with the
sections of the conduitand hang suspended
from it by means of countersunk screws
let in from the top of the conduit and fit
ting into short guttapercha plugs which
are distributed along the interior diameter
of the cable The cables are thus sus
pended a distance of one and onefourth
inches from the surface of the street and
afford perfect insulation at the same time
The sections of the cables are united by
copper thimbles upon the interior surface
affording a ready adjustment and leaving
the Bottoms true for the uninterrupted
passage of the traveler which conveys
the electric current to the motor by means
of a grip which has contact with the posi
tive and negative cables
The mechanism of the motor is un
changed with the exception of the grip
which is composed of a great many wires
separately insulated and uniting on a com
mon stem connecting with the positive and
negative cables
The inventor contended that on an ordin
ary horse road supplied with the approved
flat rail now in use this conduit can bo laid
atonefourth the cost and operated at one
half the expense attending the overhead
wire system A company will be formed
at an early date for the purpose of giving
the device a thorough trial but the paten
tees are reticent as to their plans How
ever Mr Legg intimated that at least
500000 capital would be employ A mile
or so of the system will by permission be
given an early trial on one of the roads em
ploying an overhead wire system Aside
from the possible advantages accruing
from placing the wires or their equivalent
cables under ground the inventors think
that the induction which has proved an al
most inseparable obstacle in projected con
duits heretofore will be almost if not
wholly overcoma by reason of the small
dimensions of the conduit the conductive
power of a generous copper surface and
proximity of the entire device to the
surface
The E G W Broad auged I I
Yesterday the first through broadgauge
I train from the cast arrived here on the Rio
Grande Western The road will run only
broadgauge trains hereafter
Personal and General
Travel continues to be heavy
The university students will take posses
sion of Garfield Beach today
General Manager Resseguio is detained
at Omaha and will not return here until
Sunday morning
The Rapid Transit people are preparing
to get their power house up and in running
order in a very short time The contract
for the plant has beer made and it will be
furnished by Chicago manufacturers
COMMERCIAL
Money Market
NEW YORK June 12Money on call 3
4 Prime mcrcanUlc paper cQ8i4
Sterling exchange quiet strong GOday bill
485 aemjnd 47j
Bullion
NEW YOUR June 12Dar silver 101
New York General Market
NEW YonK Jane CoffecrOptions closet
steady 10 points down to CO up Sales OSfri
bags June 17JS1730 July 170231705
August 10fcO16PO September ICWlbTO
Spot Bio steady fair cargoes 2J Xo 7 flat bean
IfaM
Sugar Raw easier Sales 1000 tons musco
vailo 7tcst 4i 3800 bass centrifugals sa
test 5518 cargo molasses suar 87test Jiii
C and F refined dnn lest acth
Copper rirm Lake Juuo 15SO
LeadSteady domestic 440
TinWeaker straits 2100
Stock Lxchance J
NEW YORK Juno 12The stock marke
showed no improvement today in the volume o
t MVir rr ivd viilo 13c Tj pj1 jrfVival ft
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no time amounted to a boom there was after
the first few minutes a steady appreciation in
values which in spite ol material opening de
clines kind the elTect of leaving everything on
the list fractionally higher with here and there
a material advance
Government bonds steady
Petroleum
NEW YanK Juno Petroleum opened
spot steady tS July weal P9 after a sliRntde
cline the market then advanced closing firm
Miuinj Stocks
NEW YORK June 12Alicc 82 55 Bruns
wick Consolidated 5100 Caledonia B H
1S5 Deadwood T 812 a Eureka Consolidated
K560 > El Crislo 100 Gould Curry SfJO
HomestattC SlOUOjcHorn Silver 8340 North
Commonwealth < Ontario 54000 Phoenix
Ariz 1130 Suiter Creek S140
Morning Railroad Stocks
NEW Yom June 12
4s COuponul OregonNavigattonl0414
4 s Coupon Transcontiuental49
Illci11c Pacing Mall44
Central Pacific3tl Hock Island94
Bnrlington10uSt j t L 3 F 1511
Rio Grande 18 St P 0 3114
Northern Paelflc38l8iTexas Pacific211L
Preferred un 81i Union Pacific08i
Northwesternl12 Fargo Express45
N Y Central110 Western Union 81
Afternoon Railroad Stocks
NEW YORK June 12
U S 4s reg 121 NortheraPacific S8Ji
U S 4s coupons 12J Preferred81i
U S 414s reg 103 Northwestern 11 014
US41scoupons 103 Preferredu 1434
Pacific Cs 113 N Y Central 11014
Am Express 114 Oregon Impu 4J > i
Can Paclile b 174 Ogn Navigation 105
Can Southern 60M Ogn Short Line 4814
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I Central Pacific 34k Transcontinental 49s
Burlington 107 PacifleNail438
Lackawana nO 45Jj Reading 47
D R G 17 G Hock Island 0114
Erie 2iJ St Paul 77
Kansas Texas 17 SPaul Omaha 34
Lake Shore 111 TemsPacillc 2J
Louisville Nash IO Gnion Pncll1c ro
rllcb Central 10 1 targo Express 45
Missouri Pacitlc 75 Western UnIon 614
tm Cotton Oil3014
Chicago Produce Market
CHICAGO Juno l211t5 p m closeWheat
Steady cash S7kS75 July b7R7H
CornSteady cash 33J4 July 3114
OatsSteady cash and July 27i
PorkDull cash 1250 July 1270 Sep
tember 127
Lard Steady cash 5S2H July 5005 0214
September mHC15
RyeEasy 474
Barley Dull 1
Whisky 99
Short rilSt9 < t5 03
Shoulders MX3510
Short clear 53S543
Chicago Wheat
CHICAGO June 12 Wheat opened l M c
higher advanced H c declined 1H c held
steady closed 8 c lower for July 4 c higher
August and September JJ c higher Decem
ber than yesterday Receipts 232000 ship
ments 19100
Chicago Lie Stock
CHICAGO June 12 Cattle Receipts 18000
steady to lower beeves 5 00J > JO steers 3 SC J
61100 lookers and feeders 240380 Texas
steers 240400
HogsReceipts 23000 strong to 5 cents
higher mixed 305393 heavy 370400
light 3 < XXii3 95
SheepReceipts 10000 shipments 3000
market dull 10 to 15 cents lower natives 401
1540 < western 4 005 00 Texans 325Q4C0
Liverpool Grain
LIVERPOOL June 12WheatEasy demand
poor holders offer red western Cs lldG8s
HHd per cental
CornDull unchanged
METEOROLOGICAL LOCAL RECORD
SALT LAKE CITY Utah June 12 169
SIgnal Service U S A
Time 5t c g
of g ci 1 g oS o State of
observ r E a r 3 Weather
atlOn g r W is 0 y
0 am ° w 63143 NW S Cloudy
6 pm 2550 74126 NWt j Party cloudy
Max temp 7 10 mm temp S70
Mean temp CCO for 12 years 640 cess02
Deficiency temp since January 1182013
Excess of temp since Juno 1 lbOO 2
Rainfall 000 inches mean daily 12 years
Ot inches deficiency 003 inches
Deficiency of rainfall since January 1 1S90
229 inches
Excess of rainfall since June 1 1890 001
Inches
P H FTTZMAURICC
Sergeant Signal Corps
A medicine endorsed and used by phvsi
I lator clans and druggistsSimmons Liver Regu
WIFTS SPECIFY
FOR renovating tilt
entire system eliminating
all Poisons from the Blood
tuhetJier of scrofulous or
malarial origin this prep
aration has no equal
1YJNE PiAa1
S For eighteen months had an
eating sore on my tongue 1 was
treated by lest local jfystctans
but obtained no relief the sore
gradually grew nvrse I finally
took S S S and was entirely
cured after using few bottles
CJ3 MCLCMORB
Y Hendctson Tex
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S TREATISE on Blood and Skin
TREATISE free
Tim SWIFT SPECIFIC Co
Atlanta Of
HOTEL ROBERTS 1
Provo Utah
PENED JUNE OTH REBUILT AND
OPENED furnished throughout Contrail
located
A Lovely Summer Resort
Surrounded with beautiful lawns and trees
Headquarters for cornmcrci men The finest
sample rooms in the territory All modern im
provements
L KQLBRQQX FROPR
Connected with the hotel is a beautiful Bil
liard Hall and Barroom for rent
JOSEPH E TAYLOR
PIONEER
Undertaker
oI iSTAH
The Only CASKET AND COFFIN MANU
FACTURER between the Missouri
River and California
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Buy Homemade Goods I
Everything in the Undertaking Lino kept
in stock
Factory and Warerooms No 853 E FIRST
SOUTH Sextons Offlfu in same
building Telephone No 70
OFFICE WAREROOMS NEVER CLOSED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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I ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
i JSL against the estate of Joshua Parker de
cci ed are requested to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers to me at the olUce of Suther
land to Judd 219 Main street alt Jalto cry
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TTtati WIthIn ton months next niter the date of
j this notice or such claims vUl be bun d
DRUSELLA DE L13 RAHRQN
Adailnihtratrlx
Dated May 23 1890
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Z C M I Sole Agents Salt Lake City
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Fine Shoes for Gents Wear I
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The Turner Shoe requires no breaking in It J
leads in accurate styles firstclass workman
ship and stYlesh ese are points which
+ commend themselves to every gentleman wear
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S J NATHAN
Is Letting Down Prices Again
We would advise every man and woman to l keep themselves posted and attend our
vb SPECIAL SALE 0
DuriJt1g Ihis Vee1
You will find every article as advertised If you are in doubt bring this paper
along with you and judge for yourself the truth of these assertions
Mens French Flannel Overshirts l f 1 50 cants each
Mens Unlaundried Shirts 45 cents each
Mens 9oz Blue Denim Overalls 45 cents a pair
Mens 9oz Blue Denim Jumpers 45 cents each
Mens Check Jumpers 40 cents each
Mens Undershirts and Drawers 1 t J 30 cents each
Mens Brown and Gray Linen Dusters 100 each
Mens Coats and Vests 105 each
Mens French Flannel Coats and Vests 135 each
MensBlack Alpaca Coats 150 each
Mens fine 12thread Balbriggan Shirts and
Drawers worth 300 = 125 a suit
Mens Bathing Suits 2 piece garment 150 per suit
Boys Shirt Waists 15c each
Boys Knee Pants 25c a pair
Boys Suits 4 to 12 115 each
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
fens 1 Youths and Boys Spring Ms
In all the latest styles in Worsteds Cassimeres and Cheviots
Also a fine line of French Flannel Coats and Vests
Pongee Silk Coats and Vests Mohair and
Alpaca Coats Also >
A FINE LINE OF SILK OVERSHIRfS
At 25 per cent lower than any other house in the city
151 Main St S J NATHAN Propr
USE
MOKASKA COFFEE I
BEST ON EARTH
FOR SALE
r Bicycles Tricycles and Spotting Goods of Every Description
T z WESTERN AGENTS GormullyJcHerys American Rambler Safety
37 c t 114 Bjccle Send for catalogue AY right jUtsons Lawn Tennis Spald
t nos Baseball supplies UuPonts Sporting and Blasting Powder Atlas
Giant iowdcr Etc
GC11 Rillles JPlotola AD1Jt111r1itioX1
Fishing Tackle Cricket Goods Tents Oars Hammocks Hammock Chairs Pocket Cutlery
Fencing Foils Etc Wholesale and Retail Illustrated Catalogue Free
BRO NING rye O S 9
less Main St Salt Lake City Utah S461 Washington Ava Ogden Utah
ES NOTICE We do not offer to sell puns at cost or below cost but we will guarantee to
sell them lower than parties who seek to deceIve youby avcrtisini to this effect
Fia Cii ers
MINING MACHINERY
LC TRENT GEN WESTERN MANAGER NO 7 W SECOND SOUTH STREET
SALT LAKE CITY
HELENA OFFICERoom 29 Merchants National Bank Building No i North Main
Street Helena Montana
Builders and Dealers in All Kinds 1 > of Machinery
I HJOTSWCO LIGHT PLANTS
Engines Boilers Saw Mills
QUARRY DRILLS WELLBORffiG MACHI8ES DIAMOHD CORE DRILLS t
WATER WHEELS TOCOMOTIVES STEAM MOTORS
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Alf Genuine < French Makes which have been selling for 35c per yard all season
We have just received 250 pieces of
4 inch Swiss Embroidery Flouncings
Newest Patterns at prices ranging from 75c to 125 former prices 1 to 225
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Arrangements have been made to have Electric Cars Run to this Addition
9 Fourteen Hours a Day
Splendid view of the entire city and mountains on the East
Water right one of the oldest in the county NEVER FAILING
SPRINGS Artesian water can be had on any lot No new location
but one of the
CHOICE SPOTS OF THE VALLEY
With a Forty Years Growth of Magnificent Trees
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George 3I Joli 3VI Lewis 11
CANNONS REAL ESTATE
No 66 ain Street
BUSINESS PROPERTY AND ACREAGE IN ALL DIRECTIONS
DIRECTIONt
For Homemakers we have Easy Terms and Low Pria s
I Lots to Suit all from 66 up Lots oa Capitol Hill CL ts near Dsnier Depot Lots near Liberty Park
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jUitlr puro and freo from all acdp extracts palms
11 flarcrlu and are not dipped Is a beautiilil and per
Sect cigar not a cheap clgarro or cheroot Equal to aus
scent cigar In the United States that is sold regular
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Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Glass Paints Oit
Hay and Produce FinestStock of Ground and Colored Gla 3 Y 1
seen E in Utah Full Stock of Carriage Varnishes Japan
and Painters Supplies of theJBest Grades always on nand
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