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SALT LAKE EYENING TIMES. Tub Timijh' Telephone number is 481. Tho ollioo of Tna Tiaita i8 looatod lit No. 12 Commoroiul street. SATURDAY. MARCH 20, 1890. mm. ADDITION Situated. Between Salt Lake City "nd," B...Un.i Great Salt Lake, Overlooks tho A FEAST roil Spin! Clear Title! Rosedale ! ! Beantifnl and Desirable Lots in the Most Charming Portion of Sail Lake City. ROSEDALE OFFERS To the Home Seeker: A beautiful and accessible residence location, and to the investor assured profits. Electric street railway now built to northeast corner of the park and soon to be THE i. J.m b We Hare tlte Oldest Real Estate Agency IN Salt Lake City. Have I3ccn in Our Present Office Ten Years! We have beyond a Doubt the-- larg-est list of Property IN THE CITY! Ye Own and Control $5. ! ... . ... . c 15 Bargains in Acreap. Lots in West Temple Affion. Lots in Part Bonlev ari Affitioi Lots in tie Joorjarl of the City South. Lots in La Veta Place. Lots in Part Place Addition. Lots infest Drive Addition. Dnr List of Residence Property the Largest. Bargains in Business Property. 15 Years Experience in the Larger Cities. Elegant Turnouts at tte Boor. ANDREW WHITE & CO., 48 West Second South Street. "Ze aivlee burd catches ze worm" CLEAR TITLE 85. 3rd North, between 2nd and 3rd West; nice brick bouso of 8 rooms, flowing well; right of way, 3x8 rods, south front. This will bo sold on easy terms, and is very cheap; 8725o. (LEAK TITLE 27. K street, between 0th and Cth, brick and barn; $15oo. ( LEAK TITLE 41. Currant street, part lot 2, orchard, etc., faces south, 3x7, $:iooo. CLEAR TITLE 41a. E street, betweon 3rd and 4th, 2x0, adobe ho : "' CI ..... J1TLE45. Lots 1, , ., 0, 7 and 8 in Block 109, Pint C; take it quick: 825,ooo. CLEAR TITLE 44. Nenr Waterwheel through Eagle Gate in Ulock 93, Plat A, 10x10 rods; splendid site; in the centor of interest; $2o,ooo. CLEAR TITLE 44c. Five lots 3x4 rods in block 93, close to business, 85ooo. CLEAR TITLE 50. Fcrly acres on Stato road, bargain if you talk rignt; see it. CLEAR TITLE 5i. Main street, close in, elegant proporty, 4oxGo, $33o foot. CLEAR TITLE 5i)a. lox2o rods, Third East street, fine homo, grand chance, good residence, could be subdivided, now is the time, 821,ooo. CLEAR TITLE 01. Thirty feet on Commercial Btreet, now or never, for $looo foot. CLEAR TITLE 03. Tart lot 0, olock 01 c, 3x18 rods, two fronts 3x9, $35oo. CLEAR TITLE (via. West Temple street, 2xlo rods, choice, 835oo. Clear Title 07. lourth south, close to business, tine home, modern, stylish, one of the best in the region, 3xlo rods, boo it, $12,ooo. Clear title 70. Fourth East, 31xlo8, five room brick, between South and First South, nice home nnd very cheap, faces wost, a good buy, 105o. CLEAR TITLE 87. loxlo rods next to big East sido hotel. Do you want it at $7oo? CLEAR TITLE Die. Fine corner on 4th West and 3d South. Would you like it? CLEAR TITLE 1(4. Forty acres near West Jordon co op Buy it for $2ooo. CLEAR TITLE 100. Long lease and easy terms on busi-ness land. Fine stores. Snap. CLEAR TITLE 107. loxlo rods on North Temple, noar railroad; big bargain, 88000. II I'll) I1 1 Til.1 11". extended on Seventh East to Itoscdalc. LOTS ONLY IE to S350 One-thir- d Cash. Title Insurance Policy fur-nished with each deed. Call and sec the property, or send your orders by mail and wo will make careful SELECTION. s Syndicate Investment COMPANY. Sole Agents, 279 SOUTH MJIN ST. P. 0. Box 1118, Salt Lake City, Items of Interest. 105x105 feot, sw front, 9th and K, beautiful view; 85ooo. 99x105 foet, corner of Fourth and J streets, fine location, house, elec-tric line; $G25o. 82xll5 feet, cor. 3d South nnd 7th Wortli of Property IN The City and County ! Can sell UiiTcrs properly In any porUon of tho City. Terms to suit purchas-ers. We oini the best addition to Salt Lake! We Have Ten Horses and Six Salesmen. You are respectfully invited to our of-fice, trhcre you will receive a HEARTY WELCOME! We shall be glad tofurnish information concerning the resourcts: and attract-ions of Salt Lake and its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock and sheep raising and manufacturing in-terests, to all in search of homes or seek-ing safe and lucrative investments for capital. Our Carriages are at the Disposal of Visitors. GALL AND SEE US. The Oldest Real Es-tate Office in the City. Eslablisaed in 1H1H. The I J. lite Co. r . Go to Mmo. Lambs for your spring hats, girls. Wo are making our ciiBtom shirt de--f partmont ono of tho loading features of our business. Gentlemen wishing a peri-l feet lilting shirt and guaranteed, should j leave thoir order at I .l Mer. Co., 5 112 Main street. Annual Stateinent For tho year ending Decemlier 81, 1889, of the condition of tho ST. PAUL GERMAN Insurance Company. Made to the Secretary of the Territory of Utah, in pursuance of an Act Relating to Fire Insur-ance Companies, approved March 13, 1881. Name'of Company and location, St. Paul German Insurance Co , 8t. Paul, Winn. The amount of Capital Stuck is $30fl,000.0n The Capital Stock paid up is WKi.tKin.OO 'I lie amount of its Assets is 3S2.75tl.ri8 The amount of its Liabilities (includ-ing capital) is SISI.SMIOH The Net Hindus over nil liabilities is.. 18,1117.13 The name of its Attorney or Agent for the Territory of Utah upon whom ser-vice of process in any civil action against said company may Iw made, Martin & Lindsay, Knit Lake City. The lteceipte during the year were 145.15.41) The Expenditures during tho year were 82,42-1.8- State of Minnesota, ) county or Hamhky. f ,J. yuincy Haas, Becretnry, being duly worn, deposes nnd says that he is the above described of hcer of said company, and that tho f redoing statement of the general condition rf said com-pany on said Thirty-fir- st day of lJecember, is correct according to the best of his information, knowledge and belief, respectively. J. QtiiNcv Haas. Subscribed and sworn before me this Four-teenth day of March, A. D. IHW. Moaius M. Maciiknhftmkr, Iseal Notaiy Public. TK.nRITOBY OF UTAH, ) Hkohktahv'b Office. ) 1, Elijah Hel)r,Seeietry of tho Territory of Utah, do hereby cerlny tli .t the above and foregoing inn full, true nnd con net copv of the Annunl State-ment of the geni ral condition of the Ht. Paul (ierman Insurance i o npnny, of Ht. Paul, Minn,, hied in my oHice on the 22nd day of March, 18IK), .iu pursuant e of an act relating to Firo Insurance companies, appioved Mnrch 1,1, 1HN4. In w itni-F- whereof I have hereunto sot my hnnd and Btrixed tne Great seal. Seal of t' e Territory of Utah this 22nd day of March, 1SW'. Elijah Sells, 8 cretary ol Utah Loins Territory, IIyams & Co., Agents, 515 Progress Block. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, V. J. BUKGESS, - - - Manager. five Nights and Wednesday Matinee, BEGINNING Mon da y, Ma rcli 3 1 THE FAMOUS 1 P ESTONIANS! I ENGLISH OrERA. I Tom'Kar-.- , II. C. Baknabkf., W. Hi McDonald, Proprietors and Manngere.! 11EPERTOIRE: Monrtay, - "SUSETTE,"! Tuesday, "FRA DIAV0L0,' Wednesday, "FATISITZA," Thursday, "DON QUIXOTE,' First time here. Friday, "1L T110VATOKE," COMPLETE CHORUS NEW AND BEAUT1-an- OUCHESTHA! FUL COSTUMES. PRINCIPALS: Sopranos Marie Stone, Julieth Cor den, Carlotta Macondee. Contraltos-Jes- sie Bartlett I)avif. Flora Finlayson, Josephine Bartlett. Tenors Tom Karl, Edwin W. Ih" Baritones and Bassos II. CBarnabeeM W. H. McDonald, Eugene Cowles, Geofl Frothingham, Fred Dixon. I Musical Director S. S.Studley. H Stage Director Fred Dixon. H rand is HIGH And DRY. For a Few Days Onlyl $5032 EACH . $5.00 OWn IJalancc MONTHLY PAYMENTS! Call aufl See Us. Senior & Pitt, . GS Culmer Block. MIES' ADDITION 3oxllo foet on West First South, good rents, business snap. CLE A It TITLE 12!. First South, boteen (ith ann 7th West, two houses, aj'j'x!) rods, $2too. Clear Title 131. 111x125 on West Temple, cor 5th South, very valuable; cheap. Clcnr Title 183. Xlxloo feet on Vine street, nenr $2ooo. CLEAR TITLE 132. Wanted bids for tbe purclinBA of 11 acres, nw qr, sec 25, tp. 2, a r 1 west, to wind up real estate. CLEAR TITLE 132ft. Wanted bids for 3x0 rods, lot 1, Mock 14, plat E. CLEAR TITLE 147. 5x10 rods, part of lot 4, block 21, plat A; tine place, $"5oo. CLEAR TITLE 14S. 5x10, good house, Social Hall avenuo; block 74, pint A. Bnv it. CLEAR TITLE 14i. 4x7 rods, faces south, on 4th, between J and K; verv nice spot, 835m h CLEAR TITLE. Several excellent buyj on Commercial street. You need them. Clear Title 181. 3, 5 or G rods by lo, 4th South, be-tween 2d nnd 3d West, at S125. Clear Title 1(53. 4o feet; nice now house, modern nnd complete in every wny, $75o; on lot 6, block IK!, plat A. Otber tine spots for building adjoin it. Clear Title Kill. Lot 1, block 8(i, pint C, 3oxl42; good building Bpot; close, $looo. Clear Title 175. A beautiful corner, 1st South and 3d East streets; south and enst fronts; one of the very best things m the markot, nnd it taken quickly can be bought at a low figure and easy terms; $.'i7.'. These nnd so many other thnt it is im-possible to enumerate them. There is not a piece on the list in which tbere is any trap, and you need be afraid of none of them. There is money in all. Some better than others, but you are tho one lo choose. Scores of otber equally good things are on the list, and we shall be glad to show them to you. On every one, good terms will be made, and everything dono to make it alike pleasant to the buyer and seller. Clear Tille Real Estate A&ency. Rooms 4 and 5 Culmer Block. GEORGE A. MEEARS, Manager. East, small houso choice for terrace or flats; easy torniB; $Sooo. 82lxlG5 feet, south front 4th South, betweon 5th and Cth East, dosirablo res-idence location ; $G25o. 82x82 feet, cornor 9th East and 1st South ; tSooo. 49x33o foot, 5th East, botweon Gth and Gth South; SGoeo. 82xlG5 feet, 5th East, bf twoen 5th nnd 7th South; $58oo. 33ox33o feet, lots 1 and 8, block lo4, plat C, !625o. 57;14'x33o feet, enst front, Gth East, bet 1st and 2d South; 9 room house, iron fence, orchard, etc.; gilt-edg- e property, easy terms, $15,ooo. 49,x105 feet Fourth West, hot 5th and Gth South; new G room brick house, liberal terms, $5ooo. 4 choice lots east front on Gth East, in Ehrich's sub of bl 5, plat 15, SGooo. 2o beautiful lots on East Bench, sub of bl 11, pi F, bet 5th and Gth South; cash; per pair, S12oo. 15 acres just south of Liberty Tark, in blk 14, F. A. P. A.; gilt edge for plat-ting. Per acre, 82750. 120 acres in section 21, township 1 south, range 1 west, mile south of city limits. Fenced, water right, 5 artesian wells, G room brick house. Bargain for platting. Liberal terms. Per acre. 8225. These are all choice properties nnd will bear investigation. Look them up. Call on us for terms. The Syndicate Investment Co. 279 S. Main St. The M-&- Steel Range- - fSJRSA --. iWc'WU!" k B-&rSa- 3f Sole Agents for Utah of Mason & Davis' Steel Ranges, with Round Fire Pot, Anti-Clink- Grate, poised oven door, ventilator etc Made in all sizes. Call and examine these celebrated Ranges or send for circular with cuts before paving same price for old style Range. General line of Cook and Heat-ing Stoves and House Furnishing Goods. F. E. SCHOPPE&CO 223 South Main Hrv Lynch & McCarroll, First Door South of Posttfll ;e, REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Block 8 Lake View Subdivision at a ba lgain. Capital Hill lots t ?1,000 each. Lit s iu Pint "C 8250 each. A beautiful home on 3d South, GxlO roils, only 80,000. 4 Star bicycles. Pembroke, agent. W. E. D. Harnett, at 59 East Third South stret't, dealer in groceries, fruiU, poultry, provisions feed nnd fresh meats, is the cheapost place in the city. Our muslin underwear sale will begin Monday, 2ith. Tlease see large adver-tisement F. AUKKBACH & HliO. j Happy Hour Dental Company. ,r ""-- 5 Two ladies, two fflwtg. gentlemen; Our prices 1000 per ?n7-- .r. yyfl cent on your vestment. Cleaning and tffrTTTClSr whitening the teeth' new pro" uS5" cesss, 81; exami-natio- n and treat-ment free of charge. Finest gold fillings $1.50 and up. Teeth extracted posi-tively without pain and dancer by use of our new anesthetic compound aid free of charge on Wednesdhys; come early. Silver or amalgam fillings, $1; phos-phate and other fillings, 81. Full set of best teeth 85 and up, to material in base plate. Mrs. Buck and MissWeaverlingof this company especially solicit the patronage jf ladies. Finest work; perfect satisfaction guar- anteed. Respectfully, Ha hpt Hour Dental Co. Office in Wasatch Block. McCORNICK & CO., 3r.3ST2:3S. SALT LAKE, UTAH" C"eBau!lilio"tn1.enWe K.'.T;n to the of Orwund sohnt conoiirnment guar, teeing highest market price. COLLECTIONS MAoTaF LOWEST RATES ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. CORRESPONDENTS: I'hicago IVmraerrial Nat. Bank. Ban Francisco-Fi- rst Nat. Bank, Crocker Woodworth Nat. Bank. Uraaha Omaha Nat. Bank. 1 1. Louis-S-lat Bank ol St. Lnnie Kansas City-- Nat Bank of Kansas City. Dsnrer-pen- Ter Nat, Bank. City Nat Bank THE CULLENfl THE Modern Hotel OF-- SALT LAKE CITY S. C. EW1SG, Proprietor. NOBLE,p&I The only Ezclusive Hatters In Salt Lake Yonman'e Celeprated Hata, beet in the Wor,W Specially Manufactured for Noble, Woodiio.' Salt Lake City, Utah. LOCAL 11HEVITIKS. " There are messages at the Western Union telograph ollice for J. D. Ililler & Co. and Mr. Chns Fallentine. A. C. Ferl, of Denver, is in the city. He is organizing a company with a paid up capital of $25,000, for a papor supply house. For fine business properties on the State road, the future rival of Main street, see McAllister Brothers, 205 South Main street. The sale of ono half interest in the Uintah hotel and restaurant to G. D. Sowers, which was made some days ago, was completod yesterday and possession given. The firm of Gilbert Gay, of West Winsted, Conn., will open a branch ofllce in Salt IiBko City soon. They are monoy brokers and one of the largost firms of the kind in the country. Owen Phillips has accepted a posi-tion with the well known railroad con tractors Kilpatrick Bros. & Collins and hai charge of their o(a No. GO, Soott Auerbach building in this city. The n association will moot this evening at Col. T. P. Murray's ollice, 58 Second South street. The va-rious committees are urgently requosted to be present and make a final report. No absentees. Bodega! Bodogall Bodega!!! What is a Bodega? It is a branch of a London, England, family wine nnd liquor house, where Indies and nil couio and buy the i choicest wines nnd limiors by tho bottle, i demijohn or jug. It will be opened ! about April 3d, at 10, Commercial street. Nothing sold by the drink, i Billy Madden and Jack and Joe Mc Aulifre, renowned heroes of the 24 foot " ring, will be in Salt Lake in a day or i two. The party are on their wny east, whero a match will be arranged between Joe and Dominick McOafferey, the man ' who "bested" Charlie Mitchell. Madden came into prominence some years ngo as 1 the man who mndo John L. Sullivan. West, Wendnll Benson, I C. C. Goodwin, Postmaster Barratt, Ma-- ' jor Belknap, Architect Fisher, and Rnn-- i sen Olney made a trip to Terrace heights ! yosterdry under the escort of L. C. Frey, t presidont of the Salt Lake Improvement I compiiny. The party went out to look j at the site of the now fifty room hotel, the plans of which are being drawn by Architect Fisher, of the Umaha firm of Mendollssohn, Fishori Lnwrie. O At the Bodega family wine house, No. 19, Commercial streot, you can buy Her-mitage rye, 1871; Nectar rye, 1870; Cour-- i voissour Curlier Freros brandy, V. V. O, 18.'17, Mndeira 1857; Hutcheson portB, : 1871; Misa sherries, 1805; Bnd the ohoic-- i ' est variety of all othor imported liquors and wines. Always on hnnd tho largest j stock of the oldest domostio whiskies, I liquors and wines. Ask for Monogram I wines. s 1 Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Pri" vato Sale. ' Noll.v in horeby Rivpn thnt in pnrminnco of an nnttir of tli prolmto comt of Hull, ljiikt. county. ) lilali territory, iniuln on tho 'ZHth ciliy of March, i IWiO, in tho nialKTM of tho estate of Frimk IS. ' yoote, doecHNPtl, ho iindorHiKnofl executor of suit! phIiiIo, will (tell Ht private wile, to the hiKhent I bidder for ouh, nnd nubjoct to confirmation by Hflid probate court, on or after Vednendny, tho Wli day of April, IhW), at the citrine of Arilinr t Hrowu, Kq., 212 H. Main street, Halt Lake City, i Utah, all the risht, little, intorcxt and iwtalo of j wiicl Frank U. i'oolo, at tho time of hia death, nnd f nil the right, tittlo and intereHt that the wild tmtnte t.aH, by operation of law or otherwise ao- - .mired, other than or in addition to that of Bnid ) Frank K. Kooto, at tho time of hta dentil, in and i to all tiioeo certain lot., piKMwor pareelHof land, or lenaea to landa or teneinentH lyiux and in the county of Halt bake, territory of Utah, nnd nlBo in the county of Tooele, territory aforo-- 1 Buill. j Termn and conditions of aide: CnRli. Deed, nt oxtenso of purchaser, bids inuet le in writing, and may be left with Arthur brown, Esq., or it with tho nndorAigned. The hinds and ttnementa nbove referred to are I bounded and particularly deaoribed us follows, to wit: One third undivided interest in lands situate in Suit bake City, dcscrilicd as follows, t: I Tim west, half of lot 2, block 84, plat "11," Halt tjnke City survey, containing 100 square rods of ! land. i Also one piec of land situate in Tooele City, Tooele county, Utah, Ixdntc a part of the west jrinn ui iiiti uui iiiiwmi ijumi itr in iHWiiim oi, iob, 4 w. 1), H. Hiirv.'y, B. L. M. Haid land imna nt a wpuko 8ltaK, linn Iwtwoon th water ditrh running; from the Canyon rnnd nortlierly hitohh Haid ttirlf wHtion of land to the TckwIo City B.iid Innd lyin ouHtof wiid watr ditch and ihutMiHt, line of Haul half mjctiuu, coutuiuiiiff about 20 arriw, morn or Ivm. AIho a cortnin lnnso from Honry Nornmn to Haid dweuHt'd, iKwiuK (Into July 1, 1885, of the lollowiim preiniHHH, I'omimnoinR at a point IH fHt nt from thtnnrtheiuit eorner ot lot 5, block KU. pint "A," Halt IHke City survoy; thenw wmth ltft fwt, tlicnoo oawt 50 fwt. tlutru t north HIS 'ret, thi'iice went fifty ftmt to tlio place I of bptfiunintr, containiui Hqtiarn fi'pt, to have g nnd to hold from the IhI d:iy of July, lHh:, until i tho 3l8t day of July, with the priviloKnof an extviinion of the lrane until the 31t day of July, i 1SH5, at the rate of $:17.M) imt month nut. AIho ono other leawe l)y and to the game part iee, bounded and doncril od hh fullowH, Com- - nienciiifr at a point HH fnt eat from the nortli-;- i wo t corner of lot ft, block 80, plat "A," Bait Lake I City survey; thmice Honlh H0 fcot, thence eaut 8 ) ftHJt, thence north 830 feet, thence wont 8 feet to : the placo of !i'iniiiiig, ( outaininK 2IU0 Hiiuare j iet. To hold the same from the IhI day of July, j 1R4 to tho Hist day of July, 1HK), ? a term of five years, at a rent i of $H per month, with the privilege of extendi ntf the time of thi Iouho until tlie Hint day of July, lKtt.'i, and at (lie ixoirution of the trni of this leane, said party of the necond hae a I riht to remove the buildings and improvements j from the premiHOH, ( Ijeam of Honry Nornnn nnd Ivnnia Norman to i Frank F. Foote. of Halt lake City, datel the 23rd ? day of Novemfjer, 1hh.'i, of thefollowiuKlandN ami premises, CoinmoncitiH; at a point HH fott i east from the northwent corner of lot T, block HO, plat "A," dalt JjnkeChy wirvoy; thence wet H I feet! thence wmtheasterly 1'5 font; thence north to the place of W'inninK; expires the itlst day July, f lHiHj at the monthly rental of $10 per month. With (ha privilege of extending this time until iK July HI. lKWi. I Also leas' from Amy Cluunlwrliii to said Frank ; E. Foote, of (Ik fnlluwiiiK deHeriled preinises, Commencing at a point .Hl0 fMt eonth f from the northwest corner of lot 5, block HO, iilat 1 A," ttidt link" City survey; theiiee cant lift feet; thence simth ItW fH't; thence west 105 feet; thence i north 105 foot to the place of beginnim;; eontain- - j in 27.225 tttpmre fo.t of ground. Kxiires the j 2tRh day of September, 1HW, at u nntal of $:) per month. ' AlBoaieat-- e by the Home Coal company ZZ l right of way over the uroimdH of said coal com- - ocriipiril by said coal company, on a lease tpanv Norman to paid coal company to said K Foote, 1'atod Novemler 7, 1885, at a 47. 50 per month. The foregoing premises re ll orcnpiotl ly the Salt Jako wimpling t works, consisting at railroad tmcks, track sc1p, fnin.e bui'ding for engineroom oud shed and of- - lice, two 15. horse power engines, nwer J loilrr. Dodge crusher works, rolls, conections, ami tM.ls lor catrvingon the sampling business 'f Aj hi cue-thir-d interest in Frank Foote's coal : busi (ess, othce building, scahw and coal shed. Al o a itniH. tl.it) l February 13, Ihsh, from K. J. r NatniD loKiid Frank K. Fisto. for the premis-- s r , known as 153 8. liast Temple street, Butt Lake - City, for and nntii the tth day of June, 1890, at a rent il of 45 per month in advance. I Aim an undivided one-thi- interest in a cer-tain I 'ase of land executed the 25th day if July, 1881, by Henry Noimon to Home Coal comitany, liewTtbfil as ftdlows, Commencing at a point 'A fret east fiom tho northwest comer of lot 5, block K), plat "A," rial t Lake City survey, thence sout?i Wt fet, thence (ast 50 feet, thence north 105 feet, th" lce west 50 fot to the place of I beximing, t a rental of $:t7.50 per month. Kx- - f nires n the 31st d'-- of July, 1M0, with the priv-- , ''-- of pttpncinudj Hune terms until Uio .Hist day of July, 18&. EKABTU8 P FOOTE. Exocnt r of the estate of Frank K. Fooi, deo'd. i'