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!P THE SALT LAKE TIMES. 1! yoL. 4. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, 1890. NO. 145j 11,1 " We Can Deliver 4x18 rods on 6th S. near 8th V. new brick house, 4 rooms, summer kitchen, facing north with street nt buck, $4000; easy terms. 20x9 rods, block 12, plat F, facing east, $1200; splendid terms. 78x102 feet on 3d South bet. 8th and 9th East, house, $5500. 5x10 on 4th bet. K and L, facing south brick house, 4 rooms, $5500. Lots 7, 8, 0 and 10 in W F addition, $100 each; good terms. 0x10 on 10th East bot.Brighnm and 1st South, brick house, modern improvements, $15,000; easy terms. 7x10 rods on 0th South bet. 3d and 4th West, facing south $0000. 10x10 cor on K and 0th, facing north and west. $4250; easy terms. ISlock 118, plat 1), $18000; f cash. 12'-- i acres in block 3, F. A. plat A; cheap. Lots 1 and 2, block 2, Hunter's subdi-vision, block 52, plat C, cor, facing south and east, on 8th West and llnzel Btroets, $11100; easy terms. W. W. RiVks Sons, 55 and 50 Wasatch Building. THE CYCLONE'S FURY South Carolina Towns Ravaged by a Wind Storm of Great Severity. A BSIDGE BLOWN TEOM ITS PIEKS. Many Lives Lost and Many People Badly Injured by Falling Houses Meagre Details, Columbia, S. C, March 24. Particu-lars of Saturday's storm, snys the fury of the cyclone was principally felt in Sumter, whore much damage was done. Ida Richards was killed by a house falling. Two men, names unknown.were fatally injured. Many were ba lly bruised and hurt. The railroad bridge ovor the Brand river at Shelton was blown oft its piers. An unknown man was standing on the bridge and was carriod away. In Chestor county the tornado did great damage. At Blaekstock one woman and several ehildron were fatally injured. In the city a score of convicts nt the penitentiary narrowly escaped death. An immense ventilating roof was blown off. It is reported the town of Prosperity was swept away, but as wires are down nothing can be learned. It is feared im-mense damage was done. At Camden thocyblone struck a house killing Mrs. Eastern. r J. F. JACK, 5 f 235 SOUTH MAIN STREET, j Salt Lake City, Utah We can deliver the following de scribed property. They are al CHOICE PIECES with Perfec1 title. 1 o o o o o o o ouoooooo; (iOOl)VlYS. A. M. Junes, S 111 Main Street. Corner of 1th S. nnd Oth E.. with 127 feet frontage on tith E., fronts N. and W. 3 dwellings, rent for $75; ?7,8lK; $1,800 cash, mortgage $1,000, - years at 8 per cent. GGxlfti ft. on 1th S., 0 rods E of 1st E., $300a foot. ll'sxlGI ft. with Groom brick duell-ing, No. Gil S. on 1st West, $1,000; cash; prices good. For three days only. 140xl."0 feet corner l)th South and Park avenue, fronting Liberty Park; $8lXK. 4lxllki feet, on 1st North between 1st and 2nd West, faces south; good two-stor- y house rents for $.30 per month; $1500, 4'.)l'xl48! on 1st South between 8th and 0th West, faces south; $1250. 1.17 acres, sw section G, town 1 s, range 1 w, 617.1 an aero. Good terms. 40 acres east half of east half of n o ,'.(' sec. 21, town 1 s, range I w; 20O nn acre. Terms 82000 cosh, $2000 in thirty days, $2,100 in sixty davs, balance nt 10 per ct. 17a acres, lot's 7, 8, t and half of 10, block 9, 5 A. P. C, with good brick house (cost 82200), fG.10 per acre: a cash, bid-snc-nt 8 per cent. 10 acres, lots 1 1, 1.1, 1G, blin k 3, 5 A. P. A., $t00 an ncro. Terms, 'a cash, balance ut 8 per cont. 10 acres, half of lots 11 and 12, blo.ik 1,1, 10 A. P. A., $1200 an acre, $.1,000 cash, balance nt 8 per cent. Foundation Rock, Li mo, gravel and shale for salo for side-walks or drives by C. L. Cruno & Co. nt lowest market rates. Wo have leased the celebrated quar-ries and lime kilns of the Salt Lake Iron, Lime & Bock company, nnd can supply all demands and meet any competition. Cham. L. Chank & Co. Office under Postollico with Shiley, Gro- - shell & Co. New Styles In Milliner? May bo seen nt Mrs. H. Christy's, No. 31 West First streot. Now novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received. For Sale. Wo can givo special terms on the fol-lowing properties; call nnd investigate: 10x20 on Oth S., bet. oth and Gth E. 2!x7' on 5th E., north of 5th S. 10x10 and 10x73 in rear on 3rd S., bet. Oth and loth E. Lot 1, Blk 21), Plat G. 10x9 uud 2 rod alley 7th E. and 8th and Oth S. 0x8 bet. Oth and 10th E. and 1st nnd 2nd S. T. J. Blue & Co., tf 243 Main, onp. Walkor House. 1. 80 acres within 4 miles of Post-ollle-south of city. This is choice laud and' adjoins one of tho fluent summer resorts in Fait Lake valley. No piece on the market letter suited for platting-- Proposed Electric car limMireelly to it. Price 1750 ht acre, on easy payment, 2. 20 acres within 3 miles of Postollico, southwest of city, pluttwl, at 1 150 per acre. 3. 15 acres of clioico land on East Bench, 3 miles southeast of city, lays well, at 750 per acre. 4. 8L'Jx1Gj feet, corner, facing east and north, on corner of 5th nnd I streets; good new briclPliouse of I rooms, hall, closets, cellar, city water, etc.; for $5,500, Easy pay-ments. A Hue lot r.7J11M 12. lG3xlG5 feet facing sou on 7lh South, within 10 rods of " East street Electric car line. Vi shade and fruit trees. Make 8 D building lot. Can I hi bought long time for 1 10,000. , 13. 82Jxl65 feet, corner i South and 1 1 tb Kiwi, facing sot and east, with good house of U rooms, flno orchard, splendid vi for 11,500. Easy payment. i' I I. Coxitis feet, facing cost 3rd East, Just south of 3rd Sou Two good houses, barn, carrii hod, etc. Price tl 2 000. 15. 10 acres of choice land, c ner, on 2nd West street, lot 2 U 3!, ten acre plat "A." Suitable platting; close to inMcd Klec Fine house, about two blocks from Temple; easy terms. 5 rods on 1st st, near M. New brick houso. 4x10 near 7th South, 3d West. 3x5 8th South, near 2d West. 10x10 lot 3, block 15, plat B; cheapest in the city. Only 20 lots left in Pea.'son's superb subdivision, corner 7th South and Gth East, from $1200 to $1800. .Several ole gnnt private residences will be bulti im-mediately. Itolimiuishmont to 100 acres, sec. 18, tp. 1 n. r. 1 w. Canal within 34 niilo. A uoaitive bargain. If Yon Want A good smoke, go to the Casino cigar store, 238 Main street, north of Walkor House. 5x5, house, cor. 1st and K Sts. A bargain. Our books show tho largest and most desirable list of property in the city. J. U. WllALON, Rooms 12 and 13 Scott-Auerbac- h Bid. Get tho Bicydo you want at onco. Seo Pembroke, 18 (iminiereial, agent for Star, New Lever Safety and $90.00 A'cio National Ball all around. Pkmiiuokk. Tho A. J. While Real Estate Company, 31 East Second South street, the oldest real estate office in tho city. Established in 1880. Gentleman's Driving Horse. An olegnnt blood bay, black points, well bred; may be bought for $.100 (half his value) if takon within a few days. Also a very line dark-line-cut- und- carriage, with polo and shafts, built to order. Also a light buckboard, used but littlo and perfect. Also a largo Herring safe with stool chost and two first-clas- s combination locks. All of above may be seen for a few days at 103 West 3d South street. W. E. D. Barnott, at 50 East Third South street, dealer in groceriep, fruits, jioultry, provisions feed and frebh moats, is the cheapest place in the city. 'J lie Continental. This hotel is tho recognized head-quarters for commercial men and tourists. Centrally looutod, it is fur-nished with everything iiertaining to a first-clas- s hotel. For rooms nt any time address (1. S. Hoi.meh, Manager Continental Hotel. For froshi)Oultry, fruits, flour and food, together with all llrst class grocer-ios- , call at tho place of W. E. I). Bur-nett, 59 E. Third South street. . . For Sale by Conway, Colo & Wutcrninii. 10x10 cor 7th and E, cheapest cor- - ' nor on the Bonch 87200 New brick house 3rd East and Fifth South 52(10 82)2x90 cor 3rd E and 5th S, with 8 S room houso 5x10 with new 0 room brick houso, 1st N bet 7th and 8th W 4500 7x7 with house on D, bet Gth nnd 7th, per rod 050 5x10 on Gth W and North Temple. . IWXX) 37 flxlG.1 on 2nd South near 10th . . 2000 In lloljerts & Nekton's Drug Storo, 23G Main St. Our muslin underwoar sale will begin Monday, 21th. Please see large adver-tisement. F. Aukkiiacii & Bieo. 5. building feet facing east on 8th East street, just south of 5th Smith, splendid shade and fruit, for f 3,250. This Is only ono bl-c-k from Electric car lino, nnd choice in every particular. G. Ki5xlG5 feet on corner of M and 2nd st reet, facing south ami cast, splendid view, city water, only 10 rods roin Electric car line. This is in a locality that will Iki one of the best neighborhoods in tho city; price $950 per rod, with nliout J cash, balance In 18 months and 2 years. 7, 99x181 J feet facing west on 2nd West street, just south of South drive; suitable for a home, for tC00 if closed at owe.! 8. 821x105 feet, facing cast on 5th East street, Just south of tith South. On car line, for 15,500; easy payments. P.. 82xl32 feet, corner on 2nd West nnd 7th North, on car lino and near tho Warm Springs batLinj? re-sort, 5 room brick house. Price $5,000, on easy payments. This property will double in value In less than two years. 10. A choice building lot close to Electric curs, facing east, good shade, etc,, 411xlG5 feet, on 7th East St can bo Isiu'ht on cosy payment for $2,700. 11. GfixllO feet, corner on 3rd South and 8th East, fine shade,mull house on rear of lot. This is un-doubtedly one of the cheajicst pieces on 3rd South af reet Price 13,200. $2,500 can run 1 year. car line, fii.uuu on cosy luiymenu 1 0. Choice 5 acres on East Iler good view, for 1700 t acre. 17. 105x1 05 feet, corner of' and N street, facing south and w with gMl 8 room bouse, city ws fine view, etc., 11000 per rod. IS. 82 J 1 1 05 feet, facing west M. street, In; tween 3rd and 4th sU Good view, 1 1,200. 19. 10x20 rod facing W. on E. bctmcen 1st and 2nd S. tlO, eusy payment. ' 20. 10 acres, lot 6 block 43 acre Plat A, 11250 r acTC. 21. 7CJ115J feet facing D and west, on corner 3rd South Gth East, IS.OOO.Q 22. 611x110 feet facing and east on corner 3rd South anf East Price for a few days U on easy payment. 23. 1 1 5 J x'JD feet faring Bortl east, on comer 2nd South am East, 120,000. 21. 20 acre of choice Im 2nd West street, 3J mile sou I'ostolllif, I GOO :r acre. 25. 20x20 rod, corner 12th ami Gth South, 110,500, cosy ments, t 20. 5xl facing Brigham, 4th and 5th East, 112,000. 27. 1C5sH2J, facing 8. m corner !Kh and J, 12,500. A Few Kxtra Pieces. Elegant corner, ono block from Utah Central Depot; two blocks from Temple, only $100 fier foot. 1 full block, 4 half blocks, 0 quarter block, in Plat C. 3 full block, 2 half blocks, 0 quorter blocks in Plat I). We have ovor 200 piows to select from that wo can deliver with certainty. 37 pieces on which we can secure 30 to 99 day contract. Davis A Rtwwokr, 23 West Socond South street. Second door east of Cullon HoteL To Tourists and Visitors to Salt l.afc. You oro respectfully invited tf) visit our olllce, where you will rx:eivo s hearty welcome Wo shall be glad to furnish information concerning tho re-sources and attractions of Salt liiikoaml its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stick nnd sheep raising ami manufacturing interests, to all in search of homes or seeking safo and lucrative investments for capital. In renl estote we hove the lorgest list of property. Our carriages are at tli disissiiil of visitors. Cull and seo us. i .11., Prospect and Hyde Parks. Two bonutiful subdivitions within the city limits, lino view, high nnd dry, situ-ated on two muin thoroughfares. 'J'hi first is largely improved by nice residen-ces, schoolhoiises, shade trees and arte sum wells. Tho second is a tract of 80 acres, with a beautiful park of 10 acres in tho centre, planted with shade trees. Largest ond cheapest lots on tho market Terms $21 cosh aad $10 per month. No interest. Buy now, before tho advance. Rnpi.'l transit ossured. Carefuld selections made for Correspondence in-vited. B. A. M. FnoisKTii k Co. Ileal Estate Brokers, G9 K. Second South street. 1)0 YOU WAST To liny House and Lot Within the City? Just received atS.S. Dickinson & Co. e, corner of Main and Third South street?, a car load of Kansas corn-fo- d 'beef, to-gether with spare ribs and pork tender loins. Railroad Tickets Bought, Sold And exchasged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket Brokers' As-sociation No. 240 Main street. . The best lot of corn-fe- d beef ever brought to the city can now be had nt S. S. Dickenson & Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street. IIMAH HOTEL. Commercial Street, on the Kuropean I'lan. This fine Hotel, strictly firet class in every resjiect is now ottering induce-ments to tho local nnd travoling public which cannot be excelled in the west. Central location. Restaurant in connec-tion for short orders at all hours. E. E. Fbencii & Owes Phiu.ips, Proprietors. Special for Platting. 121 i acres on Boulevnrd. 25 acres on Territorial Itoad. 22 acres on Fifth South 30 acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wastlasd, 201 Main St. Lincoln Park Still leads. Look up its advantages be-fore buying lot in other additions. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main Street. I hove two big snaps in ompty houses this week. First $10,000; the very finest modern residence on the North Bench, only 20 rods north of the electric cor line cm the corner of Fouth and J streets. The lot has 1G5 feet east front nnd 82t feet south front; finest luwn on tho bench, choice fruits nnd elegnnt shrubs and flowers, large barn, carriage house and stable yard. The houso is new, all hard brick, hot and cold Wdter bath, electric bolls, well fitted wtth halls, closets, tmth room, pantry, cellar. cash, $3000 in six months, and $3000 in twelve months at 8 jer cent. Second $2000; for nn adobe houso of two largo rooms otid summer kitchen, nearly new, on corner of Fourth West and Ninth SSouth streets. Near the rear door is on artesian well over 2J0 feet deep, flowing a sternly stream of cure wnter; the lot is a 50x1.18 foot corner enclosed by a picket fence. Terms $1200 cash, balance one year ot 10 jjcr cent. The above for salo exclusively by the "Original Greene," at 27t Main St., near Gift House. Tub A. J. Wiiitk Compasv. 31 E. Second South St. Examine These Prices. 10x10 nor. on E. 1st South, 3 houses; $75 rent, only 117,000. 10x20 5th South near Main; 1100 r month rent, $215 r foot. 7x7 D street, bet. Gth and ith, house, city water, $15O0. 3'xl0bot. Main nnd West rem pie; good house, $.1500. 41 feetx 10 rods Brigham bet. 1st and 2nd West; house rent for $80, I' foot. Easy terms. 5x20 2d South bet. 7th and 8th tiwt; fine improvement, $10,000. A whole block on Marion Boulevard, $2100, Vi cash. 325 ares South Shore Beach property east of Garfield. 4'J feet fine business property, only ?100 per foot. Provo City property will double in value in s short time. C. L Limir k Co, Cor. 31 South and Moln street, up sta rs. If you want pork tenderloins and spsreribs, you will get them by calling on S S. Dickinson k Co., st the corner of Main and Third South street. o " o o " " ' J. F. JACK i 2.55 SOUTH 3IAIN STREET, i t i Salt Lake City, Utej frTtlophone No. 313. i i ;l I Vi. L. Barrett & Co., 207 Main St 2Vx9, 7th West, bet. South Temple and 1st South; $1500. 5x7. 7th ancl I, plat D; $3500. 0x20, 8th East, bet. 1st ond 2nd South, 13 room new brick house, hot and cold water; $15,000. 10x7, cor. 1st North, bet. 8th and Oth West, now brick house; 0000. 3x10, 7th bet. C and D; $2100. 3x10, 3rd West between 4th and 5th North, $2100. 5x G, corner C and 7th, plat D, $4000. 110x132, 8th South and Mam, per foot, $125. Have you seen those beautiful lots in Ivanhoe Place, 1st South nnd 13th East? Acreage, resident and Business prop-erty in every direction. Call soon for good things. W. L. Barret & Co. 207 Main St J. A. Morlan & Song. Tarties wanting to buy property of any description will save money by call-ing on us. We have a fine list of busi-ness nnd residence firoperty that cannot be equaled for location, price and terms. We have more fine corners than any-body and several tracts of acreage suit-able for platting close in. Call and sea us before buviDg. "j. A. Morlah & Sons, 3--8 tf 13 W. Second South St l.GRAM & D0NNELLAN, Real Estate Agents, 11 W. 2nd South Street Headquarters for East Bench prop-erty. Look at our list: 125 acres in. .PI it C, at. . $ 600 per acre 20 " Block 5 u G00 " 10 " " 6 " 650 " 15 " 14 " 750 " " 900 " 10 15 H " 27 u 1000 " 97 27 " 1000 " 10 " 28 " 1200 ' 5 lots in Inglewood add. at $500 each 10x12 cor 5th S. and 12th E $ 9000 10x10 cor 4ih and 4th E 20,000 10x10 cor 3rd and 10th E 12,000 330 feet front by 330 feet deep, near new hotel. East Side, at $403 per foot Best buy in the 8x20?block 20, 1st south 11X0 170 acres over Jordan. WEBB k PALMER, Real Estate. 10 acres on 2nd West 3x10, 9tb V-i-st r2nd South. 5 acres on 2nd West 8x10 comer Blk 55, Plat "D." "ELECT10.Y BETS." Martin Schmidt,"The Tailor' Calls the attention of his many custo-mers and the general public, to his new quarters in the PROGRESS BUILDING and promisee to continue turning out the Nobbiest and beet Sttue Suit in the city. iElHWGOINfi DP. Cellars Flowed I"irst Floors In Tcn" cuient Houses Itelntf Vacated, at Cincinnati. TW0 MEN AND ONE BOY DEOWNED. Railroads Compelled to Abandon the Cen-tral Union Depot and Establish Temporary Depots, Cincinnati. March 24. This morning the Ohio river measured 50 feet and 10 inches and is rising two inohes an hour A foot river with no more rain. sixty goems inevitable, but with the outlook or more rain it puts a most serious affairs. The most active aspaet on work is in progress to remove goods from the river front. Cellars are already vacated and first floors in many houses will soon be invaded by the flood. In 1883 the river reached GG feet and i inches and in 1884, the highest flood ever known, measuring 71 feet. Many families in tenement houses and cottages along the river front will be compelled to go into upper stones or vacate their quarters entirely. Ivailroads have been compelled to abandon the Central union dopot and establish tem-porary depots. Mill Creek valloy is again a lake and for the second time gardeners find spring work destroyed by water. Railroad freight traffic is greatly interrupted and on some roads must ceaso today within the city limits. Covington and Newport are cut off from the city, as far us streot car traffic is concerned. Ferries also nre obliged to stop because they cannot rind landing points". Yesterday two men and a boy were drowned, back of the Covington, by the capsizing of a skiff. HRIGIIA.U YOUNG AXi BOB INUKKSOtX An Interesting Lecture by Sir. Charles Kills. The federal court room was crowded last evening bj people desirous of hear-ing what Mr. Charles Ellis had to say about Brigham Young and Bob Inger-soll. Mr. Ellis is a very fluent and at times an eloquent speaker. He began h '.a lecture by dissecting the character of the lata Brigham Young in a most thor-ough mannor. He said that the Mor-mon church had started the scum of the earth on an upgrade, and that therefore the world had been the better for its in-fluence, no matter what had been the errors of its teachings. Ignorant poople had composed its original members, but the second and third generatioi 8 had progressed so that they began to inquire and to thirst for knowl-edge, and the result was that many of them had become supporters of the republic and upholders of the Hag. The lecturer proceeded to show that during the late war not Mormon had entered the Union army,while on the other hand II. P. Kimball, a Bon of one of Brighnms counsellors, had mado his way through the Union lines and gone to General Albert Sydney Johnson to offor his per-sonal services to the confederacy, and also to form a Mormon batallion for the cause of the South. General Johnson told him that if the Mormons entered the service of the South they would be ground to powder and utterly extermin-ated, and Kimball came home. Brigham Young will appear in history as a bigot, a fanatic and a tyrant. The spoakor thought he was the most selfish of selfish men, and his every move was for his own advance-ment at the expense of his dupes. Had he cast his lot for the republic instead of against it, what a splendid politician he would have mado! He might have reached even the presidency. But he chose otherwise and ho failod. Truth will always prevail, and tho truth com-pelled Brigham to understand that his idea of an antagonistic empire under t he star3 and stripes was impossible; hence he left the United Statos and came to these mountains and valleys, then under toreign sway. If the Mexican war had resulted in nothing elso, the bringing of this vast territory under tho jurisdiction 'if our government would have been suf-ficient. Brigham saw this, and had he lived the speaker believed that he would have given up polygamy and everything connected with his system, even the empire of Deseret, if he could have advanced his porsonal interests thereby. Brigham, he said, was the embodiment of a priesthood, and priesthoods were the vampires of thoo-orae-theologies are the bats of supor-itition- , flitting through the night of ignorance and feeding on the fears thoy generate, and Brigham Young ropro-sente- d a theology. Ingersoll was a representative Ameri-can, patriotic to intensity, and loving his home and family. Such men as Vol-taire, Paine and Ingersoll had driven Jehovah and John Calvin's god out of the minds of thinking men. Tho Presby-teria- n church had cursed Ingersoll, and yet Ingersoll had compelled that church to deny its baby-burnin- g creed. Inger-soll'- s fault lay in the fact that he often sacrificed truth to llowery rhetoric. His agnosticism was merely an e for irental idloness. What he does not know he might know if he would. He does not represent either atheism, deism, or agnosticism. His words over the open grave of a beloved brother, bonutiful beyond comparison, ivo evidence that Ingersoll is not with-out that hope which he pictures as a star ever beckoning to those who nre striving and toiling through the trials of this earthly life. The lecturo was listened to with much attention, nnd tho speaker was often loudly applauded. Fo spoke an hour ind a half. THE NEW POSTOFFICE Mr. Matt lullen Offers I'nclo Sam a Site for the Sew Federal Building. THE LOCATION 18 SUBURBAN, But It is as Good as" the Industrial Bouie Site Several Practical Suggestions in Connection With the Offer. Speaking of the Industrial homo as a location for the postoflleo, federal court mid other department of Undo Sam's business in Salt Lake City, Matt Cullon said to a Times reporter today: "Why, if Undo Sam wonts to toko his business u mile or two out of the busi-ness pnrt of tho city, I have a location for him much better in many respects than tho Industrial homo It our uncle will locale Ids building on the block extending from Tenth to Eleventh East and from Eighth to Ninth South street, I will guar-antee to secure for him free of charge the entire block, provided ho puts on it as good a building as ho did in Council Bluffs, which is a suburb of Omaha. The Council Bluffs building is built wholly of iron and stouo. It is located in the business center of that suburban town, and the Btono used in its construc-tion was hauled 450 miles from the quar-ries of Joliet, Illinois. That building is fireproof, and $250,000 was impropriated by Uncle Sam for its erection. I am told that our uncle's rents here cost him more each month than ho would hove to pay for his quarters in Council Bluffs in a whole year, and that he does moro business in ion in thirty days than ho does in theOmiiha suburb over in Iowa in twelve montliB. And furthermore, all the buildings our uncle now erects for courts, postolllces, etc., nre fir proof, mid the Industrial homo isn't built that way. Now tho in-dustrial home is about as well situated for Uncle Sam's use in a city of tho size mid business iiiiHrtaiice of Halt Lake as McKimmin's barn would be. Concerning the location I offer free to our uncle, it is, as 1 havo said, in iminy resHcts superior to tho Industrial home site. It is much nearer to Camp Doug las than tho latter mid therefore it would Im) more convenient of access to our friends at tho post, liosidos it is on the road to Mount Olivet, and people having occasion to visit that Bot would llnd it a convenient place for halting for rest on nn uphill drive and for contem-plation of Undo Sara's wisdom in locat-ing his heiulquarteis in tho suburbs; and 1 think my prooity, in one suburban portion of the town, is bettor than the homo is in another suburb, as mine is a little nearer tho K)st than tho other one; and then there is no rubbish on mine to tear uwoy and sell for awing, ns Uncle Sam's ageiitH would lind it necessary to do in case thev took tho homo, which is tit only for a soldier's homo or soinecliaritablo insti-tution. If our undo takes niv property or the homo site either, I shall be ready to sign a petition for tho rental of a wir tion of one of tho now blocks going up on Commercial street for branch offices for him in order to accommodate the people in tho business part of town. That street, you know, is to bo the first pavod thoroughfare of Jon." Ohio Again on a Kampage. Cincinnati, March 21. The Ohio is now rising rapidly and is expected to reach a greater height than in the last Hood. TUOU1H.E IN THE LKAUUE. Tlio Washington and Indianapolis Clubs Leave the League. New York, March 24. The strike among tho National League baseball managers ended this morning" The In-dianapolis club players will ploy in New York uniforms next season, Tho Wash-ington will also retire from the league, which reduces ho league to eight clubs. President Young said nn nrrangoment had beon made by which Indianapolis and Washington retire temporarily They have not forfeited the right to come in again in the future. . , Tho Situation at Johnstown. Johnstown, Pa., March 21. The water has remained stationary since daylight, but the volume is likely to bs increased on account of the, steady fall of rain during tHe forenoon. Sevoral largo logs that lodged against the Franklin bridge threaten its destruction, but a force of men removed them and unless a rise should occur little further damage is an-ticipated at present. Forged Notes Uncovered. Madrid, March 24. Forged notes to tho amount of 500,000 pesetas were dis-covered in a package of funds brought hero from Seville. Derision Reserved till Friday. NEwYouk, March 24. Judge Barrett this morning deferred action until Fri-day in consequence of tho position of Sheriff Flack and the interference by t reporter with the jury. Danger of Disastrous Flood Past. Pittsburg, March 24. The river is receding slowly. The marks indicate this morning a fall of two and a half feet since midnight. All danger of a disastrous flood is past. MOKE CONVKKTS. About Two Hundred Candidates for Saint-hood at the Depot Yesterday. Yesterday for about four hours during the morning tho Union Pacific depot was thronged with a motley crowd of converts to Mormondom, just arrived from tho southern states. There wore old nnd youDg of both sexes, from little children to old age, and their presence was mado mnnifost by a heterogenous conglomeration of smells not i.t nil beguiling to the olfactory nerves of the average human being. These candidates for saintly exaltation were said to be from the southern states of this republic; but if this statement be correct, they must have been hunted up from among tho mountains of enpt Tennessee and northern Georgia, where all the ignorance and Hastiness of the south are congregated. In those sec-tions such people are known among the negroes as "poor white trash," and in Georgia they are commonly called 'crackers." The three carloads of emigrants loft shortly after noon for southern Utah, to be distributed wherever thoy will do the most good to the church. Wilkinson & Bonnet, 11 West 2nd South, Offer for n few days only, tho following properties, which ure cheaper than any-thing on the market. 10x10 rods on Gth South and 8th East, facing north and east with 5 room house, $8,100. 110x105 feet, lot 1, blk 11, plat E, Cap-itol Hill, the linest building lot on the hill, way down below tho markot, $10,-00- 10x20 rods, lot 1, blk 12, plat B, street through center of block, making double cornors, $750 per rod. 13,x20 rods on 5th East, bet. 3rd and 4th South, 5 room houso, $25,1X10. 10x17 rods cor. 3rd So. and Gth East, facing south and west, with 8 room house, barn, etc.; $10,000. 0x10 on 7th So., bet. 4th and 5th East; $.1800. 70x80 feet cor. 2nd So. nnd 1st V. est, facing north and east; $000 per foot. 43 acres over Jordan, closo in; $500 per acre. 520 acres over Jordan nt a bargain. Federated Trades. The following resolutions aro pub-lished by the authority of the Brewers' Union No. 1 of Salt Lake City: At a regular meeting of the Utah Federated Trados and Labor Council, held March 9, 1S90, in accordance with instructions from the American federation of labor, the fol-lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That in the sense of this council that all workingmen abstain from drinking scab boer, and withdraw all patronage from those who handle any of the following New York pool beer: Anheuser, Busch & Co., St. Louis; Wm. J. Lemps, Western Brewery, St. Louis; xuillip uvav wiviiiub Louis; Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co., Mil-waukee, Wis. And it is further Resolved, That these resolutions be published in the leading papers of the territory. R. G. Slf.atek, President. Lorenzo Cracuaft, Secretary, seal. oi o. HAKKIH-- ln this rilr st 45 this moreln. Sw,Uruf Wm.H.. Job H..'otulm.-M- or "'fh fuar " plon Wlo!.r; 0--. rB. M.rtun"l K rd ".(!.. Whsal.of (I faiuilM ewdillr mlil to lto.J.