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g THE SALT LAKE TIMES, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL S, 1890. ' '' , ; SALT, LAKE EYENING TIMES, The Times' Telephone number is 481. The office o Tee Times ia located Rt No. 12 Comniercial street. ARRIVALS AND CL0SE0F MAILS. Schsdule of arrivu aud closing of mails at tie Salt Lake Citv Poatoffioo Marod 8. im "irrive Close Mails. at at. Depot. P'stotfice Eastern, ia 0. P. R'jr 2:10a.m. 7:10a.m. Eastern! via K.G.W.ll'y.... :55p.m. 9:30 k,id. Western 10:30 a.m. 9fl0p.ni. Ban i'rancisco, closed pouch 6:00 a.m. Ogden 10:80 a.m. 7:10 a.m. Ogden 4i00p.ru. Oeden 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. North and Northwest 7KMp.m. 4.0p.m. Park City 10:30a.m. 7:t(lp.m. Park City , 4:0oa.m. Southern 6:50 p.m. 6:lUp.m. Bonthern, olosed ponch, Mil- - Frisco and beyond... 10:10 a.m. 2:50 p.m. Biugham Canyon and West Jordan l:lf) p.m. 8:40 a.m. Totteleconnty...... 8:45p.m. ':J0-m- . AltaandWabotch ., 8:50 p.m. 6:10p.m. fiineralDolivery..... KM a.ro. tu 6:00 p.m. farriers' window ...6:00 p.m. to i .00 p.m. fitmday and Holiilny hours.. .12:00 m. to 1:00 p.m. t- r Local mention in this colnmn will be carried at 25 cents per line each insertion. TUESDAY, APRIL I8SK1" Real Estate & Financial Agents, BA SE31ENT WALKER HOUSE We have a Large, List of Acre property that it will pay you to Bee before investing. Our contracts arc with Original Owners, and-w- e will give our Customers advantage of the Profits. Hamm & Scott, Basement Walker House. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, . . 209 Main Street, Just North of Postoffice. SPECIAL LIST. N os. 242 10x10 cor., 3d S. & 11th East ; 4-roo- m House $9,ooo $250 holds this 30 Days, 252 10x10 cor., 7th S. & 9th s. &w. front, large house 9,S5( 216 30x9 rods, s. front, 8th . and 10th E., per rod - 35C 203 330x125ft, 9th N.& 5thW. 4,5oc 246 3x10 rods,4-roo- m Frame House, 3d S. East, spe-cial price, f 162 5xiO rods, 7-roo- m Brick House,Cellar, Barn,City Water, etc., - 6,ooo $250 holds this 60 Days. 250 4x5 rods, 10-roo- m Brick House, rents for 50 per month ; close in - 5,oo( 140 25xl42ft.,4-roo-m Rustic House, flowing weli,etc. 1,4a 244 35x106 ft., right of alley 2-roo- m Rustic House, City Park subdivision 9oi WE HAVE GOOD BUYS IN Vacant, Residence; Business an Acreage. Watch Our List forNew Properties. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. -G-EORGE R. DM & C-D-CONTRACTORS for STEAM HEATING APPARATUS ia the Following Systems: Either in HIGH or LOW Pressure, or Indirect, Spe-cial Attention Given to Job AVork, Including Plumbing and Gas Fitting. 203 West Temple Street, South, One Door South Old Eagle Foun Salt Lake City - - Utah Territory. Decstrlct Skule. Pupils of the llardscrabblo Dcestrict Skulo will meet for rehearsal at jvlrs. Carter's, 858 E. 1st So., this evening at 8 o'clock. FL'RMTt'RE. For ' Wall Paper, Carpets, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Curtalus, and Furniture of all qualities aud descrip-- . tions. Go to P. W.M ADSEJf, Wholesale and retail dealer, 51 and 68 East First South street, one-hal- f block east of Deseret National Bank. New Styles in Milllnen May beseen at Mrs. II. Christy's, No. 31 West First street. New novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received Our stock is complete in the line of gentlemen's silk, and linen handker-chiefs. We invite your inspection. !, Mkr. Co. - 142 Main st. New spring styles in Miller and Christy hate. Bast-Marsha- ll Mer. Co. 142 Main st. For Kent. Part Of an oflico or desk room in a eentrallv located and pleasant office. Address"?. O. Box 1008, Call and see those line onyx clocks at Davidson, Layson & MoCuuc's. The liuest line of diamond jewelry in the city is at Davidson, Leyson & M-odule's. Our chamber sets are the finest ever seen in the city. Barkatt Bros., 106 Main street. Property Ovnon Will find a ready market for bargains by listing them "with Fori & Caldwell, 22 First South street, rooms 3 aud 5. Gold and silver head umbrellas and canes, at Davidson, Leyson &McCune's. Speelal for Platting. 12g acres on Boulevard. . 2") acres on Territorial Road. 22 acres on Fifth South. " acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wantlasd, 201 Main Si. The Troy Steam laundry. 10 Telephone 192, 112 Main stiff. nj 99x198 ft, State Road, bet Oth audi "T South. 66x165 ft, State Road, bet Oth and ' South. 82x165 ft, State Road, bet (ithi 11 7th South. i 24xU8J4 ft, State Road, bet 7th ( 8th South. b 50x144 ft, State Road, near Oth So. ,, 130x144, cor State and 9th South. , 25x144, State, near 9th South. Cor 3rd East and 6th South. 5x10, Blk 17, Plat A; $3000. ,;c First-clas- s work guaranteed. Empire Steam laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone U4. Watch work a specialty at Davidson, Leyson & McCune's. 5x20, Oth South, bet 2nd and 3rdU 5x10, good house, 4th South, bet and 8th East. 45165, fine residence, 3rd S, East. :o 41x165, Main St, bet 6th and 7th Stf An aOre joining Liberty Park, a Boulevard. . See our list for bargains in PK! . and G. Also acre properties. 'l' in Park Place. McAllister Bw 265 South MaioS i;1 h Ogden Creamery Butter. Better than Elgin. Received fc everyday. Rogers & Co-- The Leading GioM ''S 45 E. First South St. Drs. Whitney & Bucher's Dental parlors next to Cullen hotel. Eye glasses and spectacles, at David-son. Leyson & McCune's. A corner 10x7 on Third East and Sixth South.' A corner on Stato road and Kinth South. 66x183 ft on State road between Sixth and Seventh South. 24x148$ on State road between Seventh and Eighth South. '.'".- 5x10 rods ou Second East South. 210 rods ou Main street. Two houses and lots on the install-ment plan, or trade for good teams. McAllister Bhos., 265 South Main. To Hotel Guests and Tourists Wishing to make investments in Salt Lake property will do well to Bee Hamm &, Scott, real estate and financial agents,, basement Walker house, before buying. Hello! Empire Steam laundry, 21 Commercial street, "We are delighted with your w ork." Practical M atchmakers, Adolph Hauerbach & Sons. All work warrrnted. No. 16 E. First South et. or Great Uae. The real estate agents' directory, to be printed on cardboard, and hung in the offices and public places of the city. The Progress cigar is made at home. Try it. " . Office chairs a specialty at Barkatt Bkos., 166 Main street. When you ask your grocer for a smoke try the Progress. The Continental. '! This hotel is the recognized b quarters for commercial men J ''it. tourists. Centrally located, it is ; i. niehed with everything pertaining 5 first-cla- ss hotel. For rooms at any k ri address G, S. Holmw ;IS Manager Continental Hot- - ,k j j ,lUI A nice frame house, 909 east, a South, south front;good brick stable o good improvements; $1000. lni A nice 4 room frame house; eff! on 3rd South and 9th East; 3 rods fr-- terms easv, 4000. Hopkins & TcckeR Cor. 3rd South and ,xt Goods called' for aud delivered by Empire Steam laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 04. Choice butter, eggs aud vegetables always on, hand sit tho Washington market. Ward & Co. proprietors. ol5 South Main. Lincoln Park Still leads. Look up its advantages be-fore buying lots in other additions. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main Street. As Cue a cigar as I ever smoked is the Progress. , Abernathy & Brandt, 75 West First South street, offer for sale a 10 acre snap less than five miles, 12 shares water flowing well, fenced, on county road, easy terrus, $1500. Corner'lot on Eighth East, with three houses, only $7500. 3i-1- near Main street, house. $12,000. 3x5, block 65, plat D, house. $8000. .. 5 lots near R. G. W. depot, S8200. 10 acres on east Mill creek, all fenced, water right covered with leucerae, $3500.: Remember the place; 75 West First South street. Will remove to 26 West Third South April 10th, 1890. ,' Fresh veal, mutton and pork you cau get at tho Washington market. Ward & Co. proprietors. 815 South Main. Get tho Bicycle you want at once. SeePetnbroke, 18 Commercial, ajrent for Star, Few Lever Safety and S00.00 New National Ball all around. Pembroke. Ring up telephone 04 for Empire Steam laundry. First-clas- s work. laundry We are having a "boom." Empire Steam laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 94. "Keep your eye" on the Empire Steam laundry, 21 Commercial street. Telephone 04. -- - - ion SILVER BK0 ' IRON WORKS Machine Shop and FatM' !" jL.'. ' Boiler., It Milling'"11 ffii i" ' Fronts K Building dJjj 41 : NORTH Iff We SUU Lead In offering the cheapest, largest and beet improved lots on the market,-- within the city hraiU. in Prospect Park. Nice resi-dences, schoolhouse cna shade trees ab ready there. Terms, 625 cash apd $10 per month, no interest. On the 1st of April the fries on these lots will be ad-vanced 50 ach. Buy now and seo-ir- e a cheap home. We have no outside agents. Careful selections made for outside parties. B. A. M. Froiseth & Co., 76 E. 2d South st. Barrett Bros. Our stoek is complete in everv line of CPtrPYT davs onlv- - we l furniture. mMain street. N K V P 10x20 011 Xorth WJ-- V 8, near 4 West for $3,800. Apply to C. E. Mooxey Co. Scott-Auerbac- block. Railroad Tickets Bourht, Sold And exchaitged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket Brokers' As-sociation No. S40 Main street. ChtyHaTi0 "SentS fr MUl8rd 8Bd Bast-Mabsha- ll Mer. Co., 112 Main street If rou want anything iu the furniture line, call ou . , ,Bakuatt Bros., ' - 100 Mala street i J. H. Griffiths to J. W. arlffltM. north'-- west, quarter of section !, township v fc south, range 1 east F Bella L. Lvnch to B. H. Haddock et al., t x4;sa feet, lot St, block SB, plat C, . , Wells' subdivision..., ' W. Meikle to J. F. Day,T7W rods, lot 8. block M, plat A, corner Seventh boutu and Third Kast 60110 J.A.Johnson aud wife to Mrs. M. Srhwlnsr. all of lot 7, block I, West - Drive subdivision 3. C. Ladd to J. B. Slater, all of lot iH ond W. block 33, plat b, and other . property I). Welch to J. Uallyor, northeast (juar-to- r of section 18, township S south, range I east Mary A. Lees rt al. to J. Neodbura, 5x10 rods, lot I . block 85. plat c 3Q00 HaiTifit A. Partridge to F. Wacli et al., all of lots I aud S, block 31, Garden City, plat B VM M. H. Haverhill and wife to W. D.Wood, . part of lot 4, block 4. plat B U0 H. Pearson et nl. to J. H. iriaiths.nortlt-eas- t quarter section li, township 3 south, ritngn I east 8 J. H. (JriratbH et al. to Mous Jensen, northeast quarter section 18. township a south, range least 6 J. H. tiiifttths et al. to M. Korensou, northeast, quarter section Si, township a south, ningfl east 0 J. H. (irimths et al. to V. Peterson, northeast .quarter section 31, township S south. Tattle 1 east ; J. H. Brown and wife to E. .larvis, nil of lot IS, block V, plat A, West Lake own w J. H. Brown and wife to E. Jarvls, all of lots 10 and SO, block :i. plat A, West Ijaketin C. M. Wendlebor et al to M . ri. Kecd, S'$ s 10 rods lot a block a plat A...: h Orcroft and wife to.N Hodpten. all lots 4 and b block II. nraner townsile l.s A. H. Dcrpe et al to VV. K. Hiatt. north-eas- t quarter section 1ft, township 1 s, riniRc w 10 M. H. Thompson to J alia A. Sllvcrwoori, ".xlO rods lot 1 Mock 97 plat A , W0 K. O. Tavlor to S. V, Kershaw, ull lota 5 to II binck 2. Dundee, plaee 1 C. A. Castle to William Castle, half of . lots 12 and 13 block 1, Khricn's subdi-vision 7.0 C. A. dast-l- to W. 8. Hymons. half of lots 13 and 13 block 1, Ehrich'a subdi-vision 'eU W. R, Slarmer et al to M. A. Campbell. all lot 6 Wneh IS) plat, B, Sixth bo, bet becond and Third K IW L. D. Kinnev to J. N. Harrison, all of lot 14 to 10 block W, Kinney & Uour-laypl- ' J. H. Urown et al to Sarah 11. Julian, all of lot 11 block a plat A, West Lake town '8 Total... .WH MnmlHjr' Kl Ktite Transfers. 8. D. Cadv tt ul. to HiilUu-iv- & MuCor-fack- . rx roils, lot !, hlnok M. plat H. . 3000 J. C. Tliomnsim lo T. Wukr-niun- , fB l"' it, Mix-- a), pint II 1 II. ('. I'ui-tt- unil viri t. til. to W. H. SMls. ull of lot S. block U.iilitt K 20 A. Uimsliee et ul. W 13. It. Hikok. Imlf u! lots ,17 to , Mock S, lllK'hlaihl Park. . 1X10 J. II. Drawn (nut wire to T. Iv. rim'soii, all or lots M UllU Mil, lilock 1, hU A, WcstuUi! town --'5 II. H. lUillit to W. Walker, nil u! lot IM, block 19, West, W:il(. I.iike 2f J. II. brown mul vir to A. Lyon, nil of i'lts iiUil IU, block C, plat A, Wostlako lown Ui J. it. Bronu mul wire to Sarah Heel;. M of lols trt iiurt 17, block fl, pint A, West-lak- e town S J. II. Urowu iuiu wtin lo Etizulioth II. Heck, all of lots IS and ll, block ,il,a A. Wi'stliike town 3ft II. K. Warlvy el al. to .! tiugbes, purl lotft. hlo:k 4. )Utl, A 1 II. A. T. Biulfter ft !!. to II. W Taylor, pnrt. lot 3, block T7. plat A 1 T. II. Until to 11, S. Younu, one-hal- f lot S. block 2. pint B 1 11. S. Vonnir M, ul, to O. i'. Hansen, one-na-lot S. lilock it, pint, M S.SO T. W. Taylor ot 1. V M. W. Taylor, part lot :i. block I", plat. A 1 H. W. Tuvlnv to ,T. V. Taylor et ul., part lot, ,1, bind; ','7. plat A S,fO) J. J I. Biown itnd wifo to G. Peterson, nil lot D, block 7, plat A, WestLako town la J. o. JIcGlll to W Williams, sotithwe.-- t quaitei section 2r township 1 south, ranire 1 Ba.t 10,150 3. K. Kcliimiuls to tr. K. Volliner, 4x10 rods lot 4, section 33, township 1 north rantrn east SS4 C. K. Mtlcliener mul wife to .1. li Har-low, all of lotO, block 13, Huena VUta, addition Ml C. Baldwin et al. to V. Olasmaun, 3Vx 11MS feet, lot I, block 04, plat A. tor-tie- r of N. irtli and Kat Temple streets 40.000 K B Kiti hlo. to J Lawsou, SHxlu rods, lot I, block 2S, plat Q ivO J H Brown aud wife to .1 Law sou, all of lot block 8. plat A, West Lake town ia 3 11 Brown and wue to P Hawkes, all of lot blocks, plat A. West Lake town la C K Mltchenoraud wife to v M Schaulje, . all o( lots 0 and 7, block 13, Buena Vista udditlon J so J 11 Urown and Ife to H Julian, nil of l.itK 14. i. aaJ IS, block a, plat A, W7et Lulw town 37 J H Brown aud wife to W Julian, all of lots 18 and 13, blocks, phU A, Wfet Luke town 25 B Y Hampton to Lillle Hilton, all lot 18, MockS, plat A, Hampton's wibdivit.-lo- n axw Eva H Smith to J p Nelson, exit) rods, loUttntid 7, blockSS ttiOO K Quayle aud w ile to J V Heath et al. fxtfl, rents, lot 17, block 10, flva-ucr-plat. A 2300 J F Heath to P Mawtts, SxOli rods, lot 17. block 10. A JBUO D F Davis and wife to Matilda E Havis, paJ-- t lot , bloch M. pint A SOU) G D Ho:can aud wife to A MuKue, p:u't lot. . block 5?. plat 160 G. S. Holmes to I'. S. Penn. all lots fib and Sit. block 1), Holmes' addition 3fli) G. S. Holmes to A una K. Khodes.all lots 1 to ft, block 7. Holmes' addition 6O0 F Straub and wif toO. Sawer. all lots to U, block 10, Capitol Heights addi-tion 600 W: K. Small and wifn to T. C. Yates, all of lot IS, block 21, rive acre plat A. 15,000 Malty and building A Au luercase In the Number of Transfers Filed on the First Day of the WeeK. TEE EEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, New Houses For Zion of Different Pattern Portable Dwellings Being Rented Notes. The real estate transfers yesterday amounted to nearly $120.000, 'which is a very good showing for the first day of the week whifh Is usually dull. Among the deeds filed were the following: W. C. Smails and wi(p to F. (i. flutes, lot 13. block !M, (ivn-iitr- e plat A, for a of $13,400. Thin is a good fin re when the location is considered ond only goes to show that values here are 011 a very even basis. The sale of lot 1. block !H, plat A, by J. T. - Cheney for '$0.0oo, is also on record. W. Bowman is the. purehasi'i's. M. A. Cani)Ijell bought lot (i, block 10, plat B, of W. 11. Starmer for $10,000. The other sales made average about $1000 each. There is a fair demand- for lots by men who wish to. build homes, while inside prop-erly is also espeeiully desired. THE HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Secretary John Montgomery of the recently organized estate exchange, is hustling vigorously in behalf of the organization, mid the. membership com-mittee are assisting him to the best of their abilily. Good progress is reported ami the. exchange will be. a Micccs. Desirable quartern are somewhat, hard to liud, but the exchange has a location inicw. The real estate men am san-guine aud all arc eager for the opening day. LUMBEIt YAKt NEEHEH. What Salt Lake City needs most of all at present is a good lumber yard. A leading contractor this morning re-marked that it was very difficult to obtain what material was needed and that but for loss of time it paid to ship from either Omaha or Kan-sas City. Salt Lake needs a lumber yard of the dimoiistions of either the Chicago Lumber Company's plaut or the Howell LuuiDcr Company syaru. ... , NKW STVLE8 IS BClLOINti. Heretofore the houses o Zion have been built, as a rule, on tho plan of t he primitive dwellings of tho first of the Latter-Da- y Saints; u few sticks of lim-ber and Some adobe. But of late the styles have changed and more modern cottages may lie looked for In place of the sun-drie- bricks will bo lapped. siding or good red tiles. This is a needed reform aud tlio credit is due to the men who have recently arrived in tho city. PORTABLE IIOU8B8. The portable house men are making aiTaugements for. tho sending to this city of a lot of houses, and already hav routed several in advance. The claim is set up that by the time the tire fashionable with tho aver-ag- o small boy that people will have something to live in. A WESTEHV ltUSTLEK. W. C. Ross, the founder of Ross' park and one of the energetic men to whom the people of Spokane are in-debted for tho reputatiou their town has acquired is in tlio city and is at tho Walker House. Mr. Ross Is a genuine hustler and knows a good thing when he sees it. Ho purchased the tract of laud which bears his name in Spokatio some time ago, and in less time than It took mou vho had better loca-tions to get theirs in shape, had got his tract into condition aud had made somo money, more in fact than his business rivals expected could be made. He is looking around tho town in his quiet way aud is saying nothing, but something is liablo to drop some day. Mr. NetV, manager, manager of a large insurance company in San Fran-cisco is also in Zion gazing at things in a manner that betokens something of Importance. " WANTS. 11 you want help, Tf yon want to renl a hon6B, If yon want to aell a lot, Tt you want a eituatiou, , . If yon want anything, AdTertieo in The Times "Want Oilnmn." ' TOMIXO EVENTS. MONHAY. Home Dtamntic Club ,lu "IUM by the 'i at Suit Lake theater. The Unlveif Ity club mpcts to night. Millwry and clvtoball al tho Grand onara tot. TL'KblWy. City coitrn:!). i Home Dramatic club in "lleM liythe "En-emy," at Salt Lake WKDNKSHAY. Nat C. Goodwin In "A Gold Mine," at Salt Lake theater. The Colorado association will nioet thlo even-ing In Colonel Murray' utnec. THUKSDAY. Nat C. fioodwin, in "A Hold Mine," at tlio BM Lake theiiter. AN ACCIDENT. A Lady JIai u Leg Broken by railing Fence. During the heavy galo last night at 7 o'clock, tho frame enclosure in front of tlio Emporium building was blown down and struck Mrs. Tunnison and three of bw ehiltlrcn who were accom-panied by her. All were knocked down by the. falling timbers and Mrs. Tunnison's right leg was broken, The three children escaped with but slight bruises. The lady resides near the Rio Grande Western tlepot and was re-moved to her home, after her injuries hud been dressed by Dr. Young. LOCAL HKLVITIES. The Vodega family Mine house Is Jocated at 'o. Ill Commercial street. ' Thomas Mulloy is expecting a ear-'.on- d of fine horses from Nebraska next Friday or Saturday, There are messages at the Western Union oliico for Arthur Jenkius, Thorns Ranahan and Mrs. W. D. Gaby. The second anniversary of the ladies of Naonii lodge, .Daughters of Rcbekah, will be celebrated in Odd Fellows' hall tomorrow night. The meeting of the Mining and Stock Exchange advertised for this eveuiiig has been postponed until tomorrow evening at Colonel Murray's oliico on Second South ' The Falrmount Steamboat company of Philadelphia, are corresponding with Salt Lake parties, .with a view to putting a o5,00(l boat on Salt lake. Mr. Welder of Portland, Oregon, is hero for a like purchase. . . . -- ... Hon. E. C. Foster, general agent of the department of justice of Washing-ton, has been in the city the past few days, for tho purpose, it is said, of in-vestigating the charges against United States Marshal Parsons. The Bullion-Bec- & California Mining company's case against the Bullion-Bec- & Champion Mining company was to have been heard yesterday . before Judge Anderson. But it was uot railed as negotiations for a settlement are pending. Messrs. B. K. Bloch & Co., tho whole-sale Commercial street liquor mer-- ' chants, have purchased of tho Union Pacific Railroad Hotel department its entire supply Of old whiskeys, includ-ing 209 barrels. Tho oldest of these are 1873 Kentucky club. ; The; Bodega wine house is doing a prosperous trade with our best families. Send your orders for family wet goods. Everything delivered free" Telephone No ttijj. A carload of the famous Pahst Milwaukee bottled beer for family pur-pose's just arrived. Otto Bachnian,' mali-nger. . . The Ladies' Musicalsocie.lv gave its twenty-nint- concert at Caider's hall last evening. Tho audience was a large one ami the entertainment was an en-joyable one. The selections were good and in the hands of such trained voices that participated in the concert de-lighted the audience. St. Mark's parish has elected tho fol-lowing wardens luid vestrymen: Col-onel M. M. Blunt. Captain' E. 1!. Wil-der. Major E. Wilkes, Dr. L. Hall. J.C. MeCaddcn, General Penrose, ,f. H. Woodman, with Hon. GcnPgc M. Scott and.G. Y. Wallace as senior aud junior wardens, respectively. T.B.Wiliueth has returned from Chi-cago. While, in that city ho purchased a. moTniuoth lithogrnjihing press for the Wilrtieth l.ilhogni piling coinpanyliich .will establish a business in tlio buse-inent.- the Wasatch block. For a long time AVilmeth was connected with thb Collicr-Olevukin- Lithographing com-pari- y of Denver. 1 The directors of the agricultural so-- . riety were to have hold a meeting last ivight for the purpose of preparing a programme for tho coming fair. No quorum was present aud the directors adjourned until Friday afternoon al 2 o'clock, when the board will inspect the fair grounds aud buildings. After this a meeting will bo hold in the even-ing to wake up tho programme. "Diamond Dick," the great tapo-worn- i. auuihilator and mortal foe of death iu all his various forms, is in .Salt Lake with two banjo artists and a sup-ply of the elixcr of life, w hich is war-ranted to overcome all diseases from epizootic to the dolareaux; He is catching on to tic shekels of tho Gen-tiles and Mormons in good shape. AMUSEMENTS. The Home Dramatic club gave an-other good performance of "Held by the Enemy" at tho Salt Lake theater last evening. Tho concluding perform-ance of the engagement will be given this evening. NAT GOODWIN. Mr. Nat C. Goodwin will appear at the Salt Lake theater in his latest com-edy success, "A Gold Mine," which has been, from all accounts, adding to his reputation aud filling the theaters with delighted people. ... This play, written by Messrs. Brander, Mathews aud George II. Jessop, is founded on legitimate lines and is a high class comedy, something entirely different from anything Goodwin has ever been seen in here. As is well known, Mr. Goodwin has long had as-pirations toward something of this kind aud has at last determined to postpone no longer, but seek tho promotion ho wishes without further delay. The ver-dict so far rendered upon his new de-parture,' is that he has realized more than his most sanguine friends- ever predicted. Mr. Goodwin impersonates the char-acter of Silas K. Woolc.ot, a Californiau, who goes to England to dispose of a gold mine to an English company. The sceuc takes placo iu the house of Sir Everard Foxwood, in London. The in-terest begins with the rise of the cur-tain iu. the tirst act, and is admirably sustained to the end of tho last. Always a favorite here, thero js every assurance that iu his efforts to ascend in his art, Mr. Goodwin will be en-couraged by tho theater-goer- s of this city. "Zltl ZAG." The uow three act musical farce com-edy, "Zig Zag," is entitled to rank at the head and front of its class. Its music is fresh and of a high order; its lines aro bright aud sparkling; its ac-tion is lively aud mirth provoking; and its specialties aro very clever. It is thoroughly clean aud without blemish and its situation and .liuiaxes show a wide departure from conventional forms. They aro not only very amus-ing entirely unexpected. "Zig Zag" will be the attraction at the Graud Opera House next Saturday. THE RAILWAY WORLD. The Utah Central k Fort Douelas Road Now Completed Northeast Thirty Miles to Park City. 1 1 irr v '""'' ' .i T, J. MACKINTOSH GETS A LIFT. He is Made General Freight and Passenger Agent Summer Excursions-Ot- her Eailway Notes, The Utah Central road has now been completed to Park City. Tho first reg-ular train will probably bo. put on next Thursday. An excursion party will go to Park City some time during the week. Mr. Mnckliitonh' rromotlon. Old residents of Salt Eake City will take pride iu the promotion of a Utah boy, Mr. T. J. Slackiutosh, to the im-portant position of general freight and passenger agent jol a strictly Utah rail-way, the Utah Central & Fort Douglas. Tho railroad experience of Mr. Mackin-tosh covers a period of nearly eighteen ycaas, beginning August 2nd, 1872, when he served in the capacity of junior clerk at Ogden station on the old Utah Cen-tral railroad, tho i pioneer lino of this territory.. At the expiration of three months he was appointed to the respon-sible position of cashier of the station. On May 7th of tho following year Mr. Mackintosh was appointed agent of tho terminus of tho Utah Southern, then at Lehi, Utah county, aud acted as ter-minal agent until, tlio line was com-pleted to York. In the fall of 1875 he was made chief clerk of tho general freight and passenger ollicc at Salt Lake. In 1379 aud W80 henyas' general "agent Salt Lake staliou.j 'during the ab-sence of the late Francis Cohe iu Europe. Thereafter ' Mr. Mackin-tosh resumed the position of chief clerk, which office ho held ntil Dec 1st, 1889, when he assumed the chief clerkship of the general freight and passenger office of tho Union Pacific. His eighteen years of railroading have brought hiin the widest and most valuable exper-ience, for while agent at Salt Lake sta-tion his duties included those of having entire control of movement of all trains between Ogden and Juab, a distance'of 142 miles, and as chief clerk of the general freight and passeuger office of the Utah Central his duties embraced those, of cashier and freight and ticket auditor. His career coers dl the practical workings of a railroad and renders him admirably . fitted for the new position to which he has been called. As general freight and passen-ger agent of tho Utah Ceutral & Fort Douglas railroad he will have the best wishes of his hundreds of old friends, together with those of Salt Lake people generally, which latter realize the im-mediate and lasting benefits arising from such direct connection with Park City, the most important mining center in tho territory. Cheap Traveling. The Union Pacific on April 12th will put into effect a rateof $31.50 first-clas- s limited to tho Missouri, river, SoO.50 to Chicago and $30.0.i to St. Louis. All Union Pacific trains are running on regular schedule. Summer Excursions. The Union Pacific and other roads running into Utah will run ''home seek-ers'" excursions to the territory this summer. One faro for the round trip will be made. Tho west bound excur-sion will leave the Missouri river points on tho following dates: April 22. May 20, September 9 aud 28, October 14. Washington Market. ' 315 South Main street. . Dealers in all kinds of fresh and smoked moats, Utah and Kansas fed beef. Ward & Co. proprietors. AT THE HOTfcl.S. Following arrivals tvere registered during the twelve hours ending at 2 p. in. today. Uintah H It Thomas, Mautl; A 'Da-vidson, eltv; P rivnn, F Gilmore, fleo CoalVr, S ftlsen. Tark City; T II Wil-son, 1) W Wilson, Parson ; J II .Stuart, Ogden; OW Jackson. Sion City, Ia; J J Malowney, llelirou, Neb; Robert Wilson, Chester, Neb; Norman H Shover, Hamilton, Canada; JB Fair-banks, Pavson; H A Doualdson, Parle ( 'ity; lr W (iilli'tt. BiuRham; F W Mor-gan, Toole City; L N Rowland, Denver. Walker House C S Brown, Ogden; Geo E Bestiu and wife; Paris, France; W S Twogood and wile. Marion. Ia.; L T Cook, Jlinncai'olis; II II Beardslev. Green River; H J Rogers and F H Pietsch, Wisconsin. Cuvr IIocse-- P D Hava, Deuver; Mrs Frank Farnsworth, San Francisco; H F King, Leesbui-jr- ; Dr J L Meyer, Kansas City; G-- K Watson, Calcutta, India; T J Carroll and wife, Oakland; W .1 Cumin, Dallas; Mrs M Weaver, Falls City, Neb. The Ct'LLEN J 11 Driseol). Mich; Oscar Hansen. Kansas City; C A Rhoads, S'tn Francisco; C Rogers and wife, Brookville, Pa; Thomas L King. Tope-ka- ; Charles E Street, JohuW Martiu, Park City. The Metropolitan X E Nutting and wife, Melford, Utah; L Campbell and wifu. Denver; M J Connor, A I) MeAuley. M Mavard, Park City; John Roth, Los Angeles. The White Hovsk II K Larson. J M Tihbctts. W J Row, Los Angeles; M L Crandoll, Springville; J C Dunton, Vermont. ' TKHSONAL, Mrs. T. C. Walteuspeil, wife of the wholesalo cigar manufacturer, arrived home from Mobcrly, Mo., yesterday. , Mr. Steele of Steele-- Co., arrived homo on Mouday from his California visit. Mrs. Steele will remain in Cali-fornia until next summer. ' B. B. Mann, manager for the Hiawa-tha Mutual of Kansas, is iu the city. He will make a Hying trip to Ogdeu this evening. Ho willbe back Thursday. Easter Gifts. Martin Schmidt, "The Tailor," still continues to t;ivE the most fashionable suits in America. He also gives entire satisfaction to his patrons. Call and see his newly decorated parlors in the Progress building. ' ' THB. BANK CLKAKIXGS. ; Another Good Day's Business Transacted t- - lu bait I.ako. The clearings of the associated banks today were $3l8,7Ui. with a cash bal-ance of $100,007. This is :v good start for the woek, the clearings yesterday Leing $357,295, which makes a total of $770,014, while tho cash balauco for the two days amounts to $2UG,042. Verily, Zion is getting; thero rapidly aud iu good shape.