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, 5 y; rzr - U 1. , MUW '" (Ww.'m.--!...,- ,... ij'trm hm.w ..i .,- -. n. umi'M- - mum m w.M.iwwmiii.iMpunr.. rt ,. MU.M,,m.w.' w ir.aw.'''-'"w-'.--"'- J SALT LAKE EVENING TIMES, The Times' Telephone number is 481. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890. Lynch & McCarroll, Fust Door South of Postolfice, REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Block 8 Lako View Subdivision at a bargain. Capital Hill lotB ot ei.COO each. Lots in Plat "C" 8200 each. A beautiful homo on 3d South, CxlO rode, only 0,000. For Sale, By Wilkinson & Bennett. No. 11, west Second South. 10x20 rds cor 8th South and 8th East, 20 rods facing 8th South, 8750 per rod. 10x10 cor 0th South and 8th East, fac-ing north and East, with house, 110x105 feet, lot 1 block 11, plat E, Capital Hill. 811.0C0. lCxlTJ rds cor 3rd South and 0th East, facing Wost and south with good bouse and improvements, 810,000. 13x20 rds 5th East bet 3rd and 4th South with house, 825,000. 43 acres over Jordan, close in, 8500 per acre, 020 acres ovet Jordan at a bargain. ILNTAH HOTEL. Commercial Street, on tho European Finn. This fine Hotel, strictly first class in every respect is now ottering induce-ments to tho local and traveling public which cannot bo excolled in the west. Central location. Restaurant in connec-tion for short orders at all hours. E. E. Fkench & Owen Phillips, Proprietors. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 209 Main Street, Jnst Ncrtii of Postofflce. o oooo oo""00000" RESIDENCES. No. 197. 2x10 rods, new house of5 rooms, i South, East 8 3,5(0 No. 218. 5x10 rods, small houso, corner 5th and K strcots 500 No. 221. 4x10 rods, houso, 1st South, West 3150 No. 211. 3x10 rods, house, 3d South bet. 7th & 8th East 4,50u No. 205. 7GxlG5 ft, house, completely furnished, 8th South be-tween 0th and 7th East 6,500 No. 217. 5x10 rods, small house, corner J and Cth streets 4,000 No. 182. 4x10 rods, house, Cth East, north of 3d South 0,500 No. 100. 40 x330 ft., an elegant stone front brick residence, 10 rooms, com-pletely furnished, south front, on 1st South 25,000 No. 177. 25 rodp, 2 small houses that will rent for $30 a month, 5th East on car lino 3,500 No. 170. 3x5 rods, brick houEe of 5 rooms, 3rd street 4,500 No. 172. 5x5 rods, new brick houoe, 1st, botweon L and M streets. . 0,250 No. 171. 4x10 rods, small house, 3rd West, botweon 7th nnd 8th South 3,000 No. ICO. 10 rods frontage, fine brick house, 14 rooms 14,000 No. 107. 2x10 rods, Groom now frame house, 4th East, botween 5th and Cth South 4,750 Na 101. 2!xl2, brick houso, barn, otc, Cth East, betwoon 2J & 3d South 4,5t0 No. 1G2. 22xl0 rods, brick house, 7 rooms, barn, cellar, city water, etc., E ist Bench 4,503 No. 103. 2xl0 rods, 4 room Brick houso, llowing woll 4.OJ0 No. 7. 2x10, 4 room Houso on North Bench 1,0(0 VACANT PROPERTY. r' Chheapest Lots in the city in Lake View subdivision on 0th North st., three block from car line. Lots in Kimball Subdivision, 10 blocks from P. O. 350 a pair. No. 195. Lot 3, Block 103, Plut D 8 0,000 No. 225. 2,'xlOrods, 1st W. bet. Cth and 7th S., a line building spot 3, K0 No. 220. 4x10 rods 8th S. between 9th and 10th E 2,100 No. 227. 31)1x115) right of drive' 7th betweon D and E 2,'X0 No. 190. C.jx5 rods, purs of Lots 1 and 4. Block 29, Plat D 1,500 No. 191. Lot 3, Block 21, Plut F 10,000 No. 189. Lot 1, Block 19, Plat F 12,000 No. 180. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 103, Plat C 12,500 No. 181. Lots 7 ond 8, Block 103, Plat C (i,000 No. 159. ViVi rods, one-hal- f block from car lino, North Bench 2,500 No. 113. 4x10 rods on 5th West 3,200 No. ICG. 5x10 rods 3rd South East 4,000 No. 118. 5x10 rods on J, 8i.li and 9th street 2,500 BUSINESS PROPERTY. 21x100 ft. on Main, below Co-o- (per foot) 3 1,G K) 50x112 ft. on Star st., north ot 1st South (per fool) GOO No. 110, CCxl73 ft., 18 Room House, on 2nd East, 1st nnd Socond South (per foot) 350 No. 122. 49x105 ft., 1st West, south of 3rd South (per toot) 235 ACREAGE. No. 203. 45 acrop, miles from P. O. (per acre) 1,000 No. 200. 99x25?.j acros, Improved on Mill Creek, 7 miles from Temple 8,500 No. 183. 10 acres, lot 3, blk 39, 10 acres, Tlat A 5,500 No. 108. 100 acros, Improved, 10 miles from P. 0 7,500 No. 153. 133 acres, finely Improved, on Jordan, 9 miles from City (per acre) 100 Watch Our List for Mew Properties. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. WEBB & P ALMER. Heal EHlatc. 10 acres on 2nd West. 3x10, 9th usl. ir2iid South. 5 acres on 2nd West. 8x10 corner Blk5!sPlat"D." J. A. Morian & Sons. Tarties wanting to buy property of any description will save monoy by call-ing on us. We havo a line list of busi-ness and residence property that cannot be equaled for location, prico and trms. We have more fine corners than any-body nnd several tracts of ncreage suit-able for platting close in. Call ai d seo us borore buying. J. A. Moislan it Sons, 3-- 8 tt 13 W. Socond South St. WE HANDLE Business, EesKleoce and Coilry-Projurty- , IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED. Parties wishing to buy or sell Realty, had heller two u.". Our motto: ''Small Pralits und Quick Turns." Correspondencii bulicited. W. L BARRET & CO., 207 S. Main St., Suit Lake City, I'lah. - " 'ELLCT10X BETS." Martin Schmidt, "Tho Tailor." Calls the attention of his mnny custo-mers nnd the general public, to his new quarters in the PROGRESS BUILDING and promises to continue turning out the Noduikst und best Style Suit in the city. If you want first class meats in the way of Kansas corn-fe- d beef nnd pork, go lo the Fulton meat market, No. 10 W. Third South street, and there you will find what you want. - The Utah Stf am Laundry now have the best equipped laundry in tho West and will double their plant for the com-ing season. Main office nnd laundry, 45 West Temple, opposite Grant Bros. Branch olllce, 111 Main. Wagons to all parts of the city. The Continental. This hotel is the recognized head-quarters for commercial men and tourists. Centrally located, it is fur nished-wit- everything pertaining to a lirst-elas- s hotel. For rooms at any time address G. S. Hot.mkh, Manager C.ontinental Hotel. For fresh poultry, fruits, flour nnd feed, together with all first class grocer-ies, call at the plaoo of W. E. D. Bar-net- t, 59 E. Third South street. Wanted to buy 10 acres Buitablo for immediate plattina in 5 aero plat A. Address with price, terms nnd descrip-tion. O. W., box 579, city. II KM WANTKU. AFI'tsrCbASSOUOCKItV (UjHKK-- To the idaee open. withiorercnoet, H. 11. M. Timks office. IVKUYIJODYtn advertise their wiint in lids Tins Timeh. A for general housework, nt 130 B. West "rWOI'AIIPRNTKilXto put up a board fence. I Apply at New K:ist Bide Hotel. A T ONf 'E, a jrood eanvussrir to work in the i V niimie iMmiufss; muxthuve experience. Call at 75 W. IkI Biiulh utrei t. VliOODGMlbfor .reneral housework. Good Temple street. VYOUNlr (illtl, tohelp at .light housekeeping. loini-- r Frst. b' street. Mf)N fur eity work; railroad nnd ninnl nu n; daily; kikiiI wattes mid lung job. Denny it t hristy, 'i'S W. li't Boutli street. AKIIIHT CLASH (Illtl, in a small family. eail at 5."7 South Main. 'MM MM! ML for nenenil housework, YEA E. V--! lingluim. AGirifj to take ciiargo of children. Apply st 3,1 Sj'itii. A(iIULforKiiier.iI housework. Apply at 43 A GOO!) SE11VAST LIIltL. Apply at 837 ti bouth Maine street. NUHSEGII'L,Bt7i Centre street. I'argains! It you want Snap3 in Business, Residence or Acreage 1'roperty call on C. 1 WASTMlin, !2l)l South Main St. olorade mid hansa People drink Letup's beer at the Casino. Hob Short is always on deck. . If you wnnt pork tenderloino and spareribs, you will get them by calling on S. S. DickiiiFou Co., tit the corner of Main and Third South street j. Choice maplo syrup, the finest in the land, Humoiiirs choice hums and bacon, new goods and choico fruits arriving every dav at O. 15. Durit's, 7i and 71 K. Second South street. A Tew Kxlni fit-res- . Elegant comer, one block from Utah Central Depot; two blocks from Temple, only 8100 per foot. 1 full blucK, 4 half blocks, G quarter block, in I'lat C. 3 full block, 2 halt blocks, G quarter blocks in I'lat 1). We have over 200 pieces to select from that wo can deliver with certainty. 37 pieces on which we can secure 30 to 90 day contracts. Davis A Stringer, 23 West Second South street. Second door east of Cullen Hotel. lidi Wanted For ten miles of street grading; apply to A.J. Dutton.nt ollico of Davis &Stringor, 23 W. 2nd South St. Just received at S.S. Dickinson & Co.'s, corner of Main and Third South streets, a car load ot Kansas corn-fe- d beef, to-gether with spare ribs and pork tender loins. Railroad Tickets Itonglii, Sold And exchanged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket Brokers' As-sociation No. 210 Main street. Tho best lot of corn-fe- beef ever brought to tho city can now be had at S. S. 1 )ickonBon & Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street. It you want fresh meats ond the very bi st in tho market, go lo S. S. Dickrn-.o- & (Jo., cor. Main and 3rd South street. If You Want A good Bmoke, go to tho Casino cigm store, 238 Main street, north of W'alkor House. SPECIAL NOTICES. Advertisements um'er this head will liecharirrd nt the rate of ten eents per line for eaeh insertion. No advertisement will lie tnki n fur less thin i'i eents. Partii"s advertising in this enluein eau have their answers addressed earo of Thk Tikes. I'KKSONAL. A Y UNO r.rjPINESS MAN. a stranr in the xl. eity. would like to form the aeomiintauce of ayonne laiiy, who desire to alt. nd plaees of amusements. Address W. T. 11. care of Thf 9 We have 850,000 to loan on real estate. Fine brick land cheap. Cull and seo our acreage. We have Bnnps. Call nnd see lots in Nelson & Early's subdivision. The above property is sale by W. II. White & Co. Din ..n, -- mil Ml (illib; Frisco llejiaunint, 21 Jiiimerciul St. AMA to look lifter a boiler and nikehimrelf useful as porter. Jpply at White house oniee. UJKL. Enquire at room 3, St. Elmo hotel. SITUATIONS V.'ANTKU. A SITUATION by a first class drcssmnW. f, v Address Hei rietta llandereon, care of The TIMES; AN EXPElilbNCED liAKK Efcl'Klt wants a ... situation in Salt Lake. Address Joiin W. waiters. Denver. IDESlUli iu the evening in books. Am an experienced account-- t Ad ress W. H. 11., Timks office. A Try an advertisement in fan: llMES, lEMPLOYMENT ON NEWSPAPKU in (jrowinif J country town by callable printer: sober and reliable man; competent, to Uike mechanical charce; will make it of interest to rilit party. Addresa J. r: llurell. Suit Lake City. 1)081 riON by two first class bread and cake Address 242 W. South Temple St., room 7. LOST. AFOCKET-BOO- containing wveral no value to the owner. A reward of 10 will be paid for th return of the araa to Iwc Times omce, John W. Hyonu. AGOLDEN opportunity, is lost if you do not cover Ui e in Tni Times. FOR REST. JJiHuns for rent for light housekeepins. or accommodate two single gentlemen, call at 618 East Fourth South. I The A. J. White Ileal Estale Company, 31 East Second South street, tho oldest real eBtato ollice in the city. Established in 1S80. Sew Styles in ilillinen May be seen nt Mrs. II. Christy's, No. 31 West First street Now novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received. For tale. We can give special terms on the fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on Cth S., bet. 5th and Cth E. 2lix'li on Oth R, north of 5th S. 10x10 and 10x"tj in rear on 3rd S., bet. Oth nnd 10th E. Lot 1. Blk 20, Tlat G. 10x0 and 2 rod alley 7th E. and Sth and Oth S. 5x8 bet. Oth nnd 10th E. and 1st and 2nd S. T. J. Bi.ru A Co., tf 213 Main, opp. Walker House. Pembroke quick job printer. i wii .i.r.. OMl'LETE NEWSPAPEU outfit, except ad. vertismg type: ineiudes double innlinm Potter press, siie of beil .T'xtrt, new four-hor-boiler nnd ensinn. W ill sell cheap and on "aiy terms. Address "The limes Co." Salt Lake tuy. CTOItES on t'ommercial str, et and fliiril Sonth call 8trV?iV ,VT''n,n Peoi-eny- . Kor particulars on t . E. Wantl.uiii, 'in .Main street. 11I.VVU a cshaoliec.e lAoitl of aerenire and city prom, imrticulars can be had from the wnt r. at No. 413 Eaf t Stvond South street. Salt Lake City. A LLEN A KIU have property for sale in vari. fX .ousirt ,.f cl.ic, ar.. worth osiug nt. lln-- als., make loans en l estate LTock i'1"8 (ientleiiiairs IJriving Horse. An elegant blood-bay- , black points, well bred; may be bought for 8500 (half hiB value) if taken within n few days. Also a very tine darK-'ine- two-seate-r carriage, with pole aud thafts, built to order. Also n light buckboard, used but little and perfect. AIho n largrt Herring safe wiln steel eliest and two tiret-clas- s combination locks. All of nlxive may be seen for a few days at IU3 West 3d South street. ! COJIIMU liVENi'S Oil THE WEEK. j THURSDAY. Opora of "Mignon" at Salt Lake theater. f The Social Wheel Club will meet this evening ot 7:30 in the front room, second floor, of the now Daft building. I The Beaux Ideals give, their last dance this i evening in G. A. It. Hull. A miDAY. i Elder Wm. M. Palmer lectures in tho evening in J the Seventeenth ward Bohoolhouso on "The IX- - i vine Mission of Josoph Smith, and Authenticity of the Book of Mormon." , The cpora of "Carmen" at tho Salt Lako ? theater, i Tho Salt Lake Gun club will hold its first regu- - lar shoot at 2:30 p. m. at tho Hot Springs. i Thoeioculive committee of the Y. M. C. A. ; mcot this evening for important businesBS at F. v; B. Stevens's office. 1 SATUIIDAY. association will moot this ovon- - ). ing in T. P. Murray's office WHAT HE THINKS OF fjALT LAKE. "A City With the Greatest Possibilities Before It.'! Quite a number of Pittsburgors are in the city and most of them are investing in realty to a considerable extent. In conversation with one of these gentle-men last evening at the Cullen House, a Timbs representative asked what was his opinion of Salt Lake. "I think," said the Pittsburg man, "that this city enjoys tho greatest possi-ble advantages of any place in the world. Some years ago a friend, who has since made his pile, wanted me to go to Kan-sas City with him, but I declined; not wisely perhaps, but I could not see that Kansas City had any great natural advantages, nnd there-fore I thought best not to invest in realty there. Hero, on the contrary, I see a city with every possible advantage, natural and artificial; and I am convinced that every dollar I put into real estate here at this limo is an investment which will return me many fold. Salt Lake has a backing behind it which cannot be excelled, Her agri-cultural and mineral surroundings are splondid; her situation in the n rogion demands attention and even compels recognition; and her cli-mate is simply magnificent. Denver on the east is about 700 miles away, and Snn Francisco on the west is distant about 000 miles. Situated almost mid-way between tho only two great cities west of the Missouri river Salt Lake cannot avoid greatness even if she would. It is emphatically a city with the great-est possibilities before it." AT THE HOTELS. Mrs. E. R. West, Chicago, and William Adam and wife, Joliet, 111., are at the Metropolitan. Registered at the Cullen nouse ara C. L. Weinberg and wife, Aspen, Col.; S. Mandeville and wife, Miss K. Cragin and J. L. Whitlock and wife, Chicago; Louis Thing, Ouroy; F. L. Wilcox and Miss E. P. Wilcox, Berlin, Conn.; Miss Nellio Mahan and J. C. Strom, Park City. At the White house are: P. A. Hard-wic- k and R. L. Hardwick, Glenwood Springs; II. C. liriggs, Golden, Col.; H. E. Palmerston, Holyoke, Col.; John A. Beltzor, Venango, Neb.; N. B. Wagner, Aspen, Col.; James Nelson and wife, Lendvillo; C. Holland, New York, and II. II. Boun, Provo. R. R. Wadsworth, Colorado; Mrs. T. M. Perry, Pueblo; Ed N. Maloy, Gunni-son; M. Hiddon, Denver; P. Travis, Crescy, Mich.; B. E. Johnson, St. Paul; J. B. Noifert, Attica, Iowa; E. Walker and wife, Onowa, Iowa; G. F. Randolph and L. A. Spivey and wifo, San Fran-cisco; Josiah Pardee, Grant's Pass, Ore-gon, nnd A. E. Hancock. Ouray, are guests of the Clift House. Among tho prominent arrivals regis-tered this morning at the Continental are J. II. Wing, Groeloy, Col. J. C. Bloomer, Omaha; M. P. Dal ton ahd"C7 B. Hosford, Denver; F. A. Cornell and J. Joseph, San Francisco; Charles P. Thurnton, Los Angeles; George A. Etzel, Clear Lake, Iowa; J. M. Loo, St. Paul; W. J. B. Walker and wife, Sandy, Utah; D. W. Smart, Gionwood Springs, and F. H. McCallaugh, Washington. The following names nppoorthis morn-ing among the arrivals registered nt the Walker house: B. B. Lipe, J. D. McAl-pine- , R. R. Woods, W. B. Hewitt, George II. Thompson, W. II. Bryant, Denver; G. P. Riloy, O. IS. Knox, A. K. Kenyon, V. J. Giddings, New York; J. E. Sngur, Minnosota; J. W. Maylor, Temple, Tex.; W. H. Yanka and two daughters, Den-ver; W. B. Clark, Hartford, Conn.; Emer-son Brook, Now York; E. A. Wheeler and wifo, Sharon, Pa.; George W. Looujih and wifo, Kansas City, Kiis.; Chorles Humphrey, Ithnoo, N. Y.; Mrs. E. T. Phelps, Stella C. Leviston, Arthur II. Castlo, Nan Francisco; C. M. Copp, Wttlioo, Nob.; S. J. Shooj), Kansas City; K. A. Hughson and wife, Rochester, New York. jj WANTS. ;t If yon want help, j If you want to rent a houso, j s f you want to soil a lot, : If yon want a situation, M j If yon want anything, J Advertise in Tub Timks "Want Column." J fji CITV CIKCLXATIOX. Tub Times management is making every elTort h possible to havo tho pajmr dulivored promptly a and regularly in every part of the city. Any com- - I plaint about tho delivery if sent to this office h will be attended to at once. ' Weather llullctln. 9 Reports received nt Salt Lako City 9 1 Utah, March 20, 1890, at 8 a.m.: fj Salt Lako City, 40; Helena, 3G; Ft. St- Custer, 31. Elovou o'clock report: Salt Si j Lake, 45; Ogden, 51; Stockton, 10; Provo, i 61. REAL ESTATE MEN. Another Meeting In Regard to An Ex-change A Constitution Is Pre-sented and Discussed. ITS ADOPTION IS POSTPONED. The Form of Individual Contracts, and The Commissions to be Charged by Agents. Last evening another meeting of real estate men was held in tho chamber of commerce for tho purpose of taking further steps towards the organization of an exchange. 11. C. Lett presided, and Glonn Miller acted as secretary. The proposed constitution, a very lengthy document was rendt It was at some length, and when it be-came evident that certain changes were desirable, the meeting adjourned to next Wednesday evening to further consider the matter. The proposed constitution divides property into two classes that offered by members in individual contract, and that listed by owners with the secretary of the exchange. A member offering property divides his commission with tho one making the sale. Listed prop-erly by owners may be sold by any mem-ber of the exchnnge, such members re-ceiving full commissions on such sales. The proposed constitution providos for membership, ollirere, elections, quorum, appropriations and so on, and tho. by-laws delines the various dutiosof off-icers, members and committees. POKM'-O- INIllVIDL'AIj CONTRACT. The contract to bo used by membersof the exchange in rocoiving property shall bo substantially in the following form tt-w- it: I. ...of. ...havo this day placed with ... .as my sole agent for. . . .the follow-ing described property in tho county of . . . .territory of Utah, t: Lot in block addition to the city of Salt Lake. Improvements theroon ore.... To bo sold by him at a price not loss than. ...dollars, on the following term?, .said price and terms subjoct, howevor, to elmngo upon three days' written notice; said agent shall be o to the regular exchange commission as soon as the contract of salo is exe-cuted, and if said property is sold by me I agree to notify said agont immediately, and to pay said agent one-ha- lf regular exchange commission on such sale. I further agreo to furnish, when requested, a complete abstract of title and a gon-er- al warranty deed with the usual covenants, proporly exocuted ns per tho conditions of said sale. In caso of any failure on the part of tho purchaser to fully consumate said sale, said agent shall retain for his services one-ha- lf of tho deposit paid on the sale, unless the one-hal- f of tho deposit shall amount to more than tho full regular exchange commifsion, in which caso tho surplus shall bo paid to me. And in considera-tion of the above several agreements, tho said agrees to place the said prop-erty on sale in his ollico, nnd to offer the same for sale in nny manner ho may de-sire conforming with tho rules of the Salt Lake real efitato exchange. Datod this.... day of A. D. 189.. Signed "2 I'OUM OF F.XCI1ANOF, CONTRACT. Tho form to bo usod by the socrotary of tho exchange for rocoiving proporty U be listed on 'change, shall be substan-tially in tho following form, I , of , have this day placed with tho Salt Lako Real Estate exchange as ni) solo ngent for the following described property, situated in tho county of , territory of Utah, Lot , block , addition to the city of Salt Like; im.jr.j.'jmo i t thereon aro. . . . ; to bo eold by any mem-ber of the said exchange at a prico not less than 8 , on the following terms, :. . . . Said prico and terms, how-ever, may bo changed by me upon three .lnvu nrilirn Anv nmmliftr it said exchnngo selling said proporty Ehall bo entitled to the regular exchnngo com-missions ns soon as tho contract of sale is executed, and if said prop erty is sold by mo, dur-ing tho lifo of this contract, I horoby agreo to pay the secretary of the exchange, for tho use of said exchange, ono-hal- f regular oxchango commissions. I father agree that upon tho salo ot the proporty by any niomber of the ex-change, lo furnish, whon requested, u complete abstract of titlo and a general warranty tleed with the usual covenants, properly executed as per the condition' ot tho Bale. In case ot any failure on the part of tho purchoBer to fully con Bumnto tho sale, laid ngent filial: retain for Ids services ono-hal- f of tho deposits paid on tho sale, unloss the one-hal- f of the said deposit amounts to more than full regular commissions, in which caso the surpluB shall be paid to mo. In consid-eration ot tho several agreements the said exchange agrees to list said prop-erty for salo on the books of tho ex-chnngo nnd to place paid proporly with each memborof the exchange us agents for said property under the rules and regulations governing tho sale ot prop-erty tluiB lifted. Dated tiiis dav of A. D. 189.. Signed commissions. Section 1 -- On Sales of Ileal Estate, When in tho city limits, 8 per cent on the lirst $2.jC0 and 2'$' rcr centon the excess. When outside ot tho city plats, 5 per cent of tho whole amount. On sales ".mounting to 810,000 or over, coniniiB-moii- b may vary from thu nbovo schedule, on spocial ngreement. Sec, 2 On Exchange. Iloth owners are liable lo tho agents for commissions asset forth above, unless there is on agreement to tho contrary. Whon both properties are represented by tho same agent tho values of tho properties are to bo addod together, nnd tho commission calculated on the wholo amount, accord-ing to the scale of sales as it it woro one sale. Seo. 3 On Loans. On loans for all sums up to STiOOO, 2 pur cent, and 1 per cent on the excess. Seo. i On Collecting Rents. Houses renting for S15 or less per month, 10 per out., except where the landlord has t tree or moro houses thnt would fad under this head then, subject to con-tract. Houses renting for over $15 and upto?2r, 8 per cent, except ns nliove. Houses renting for S2j up io $100, 5 per cent, excett as nbovo. Houses renting for ovor $100, 3 per cent, except as above. Business blocks rs per agreement. Sec. 5 For rei t eg houses (when sub-sequent rent is not collected) Renting, commission 10 per cent on amount of first month, no houso renting for less than 83. See. 0 For negotiating lease for tix months or longer: - On t ue total rent to be receivod for tho term of lease, 5 per cent. Sec. 7 For examining Abstracts nnd Titles: -- No title to real eFtote shall be examined by any member of this ex-change for leps than 610. Sec. 8 - For Conveyancing: For draw-ing deeds, releases, trust deeds, quit-claim deeds, leases, ond ordimiry legal papers, net lees than S2 each. Sec. !- )- For Valuing Property: Com-missions on valuations, one-ha- lf of 1 per cent. No opinion for lees than fo. Seo. 10 Tho aliovo nre minimum charges. . HKVONI) JOKDAN. Acreage Property Wentward Looming l'p hb mi Invent men t. The Denver papers ure advertising Salt Lake acreage property quite txten-sivel- Salt Lake Park, ns it is styled, is set forth ns a most desirable location, and it is offered for sale in blocks only. As if to confirm the Donver advertisers in their opinion, two gontlemen of this city said to a Timks man yostordny that there was no better purchase in all Salt Lake than ocre proporty beyond Jordan. Land over there now is commanding good figures, ond offers of $1700 an ncre tlnd no sellers. It seems to be tho con-firmed opinion of a great many Suit Lake people that the city will expand westward; and when the many natural attractions of that region aro taken into consideration it seems only reasonable that resident proporty at least, situated in that vicinity, should be sought after. A great building boom will soon be inaugurated between tho city nnd Garfield, and The Timf.s was assured yesterday by competent authority that a large numbor of cot-tages would shoitly be erected along the Union l'acifio road in that direction. Already the Union Pacific starts in with a cheap fare to Uarfleld and return, and before a grout while several trains a day will be plying botweon the two places. This of itsolf will cause inquiry for resi-dent property near tho great resort, nnd it may be that the Denver purchasers saw further ahead than they were given credit for when they invested in proporty beyond Jordan. Wo Still Lend In offering th,o ohoapest, largest and best improved lots on the market, within tho city limits, in Prospoct Park. Nice resi-dences, schoolhouse una nhade trees al-ready thero. TorniB, 825 cash and 810 per month, no interest. On tho 1st of April the price on these lots will be ad-vanced 50 ouch, liny now and securo u cheap homo. We have nooutside ngei.ts. Caroful selections made for outside parties. 13. A. M. Foism h & Co., 70 E. 2d South st. NOTICE! To Purchasers of WestiaUe Lots, All persons who havo purchased West-lak- o lots on the installment plan must pay up by or before April 1, 1890, or their lots shall bo considered forfeited, unloss by tho torniB ot their contract the full amount if paid whon duo would not by that time bo payable. This is imper-ative as matters are fo shaping that tho lots are increasing greetly in value II. N. Qkkkn, Agent. 274 Main St. 'i - I.OCAI. lUtEVITIKH. j 'j Advertiso your wantu in tho "Want :.' Column" of This Timks. There nre messages nt the Wostorn Union oflice for Frank Hodgman and i. Charles W. Mills. j Real estato advertisers will find Tun ' ; Timks' "Want Column" nn excellent do- - j partmont for their announcements. l Tho Union Paciilo will run a spocial i I train to Oarliold Bench and roturn this ufternoon, leaving Salt Lake at 4:30. l Oscar Vandercook has succeeded to the doputy United States mnrshaU;hip ' made vocunt by the rosignution of Ar-n- .i thur Pratt. Marshal Young wont to Ogdon th's morning with a warrant for tho arrest or ' i C. 11. liurt, alias Charles Smith, who is f charged with forging a check on the i Utah National bank for $25. . I At a meeting or theCongregntionalists i Inst evening the plans of their now church were discussed. Nothing delinito y was decidod. The congregation has on lmnd $50,000. the proceeds from tho salo r' of its lot on West Third South street. j i E. M. Bigg9 & Co. will shortly begin '. i the erection of a three-stor- y brick busi- - iioss block, 70x85 feet, on tho lily tho j property, State road, betwoon Second ;j and Third South streets. The building i will bo for stores nnd oflioos, and will cost when complotod ovor 820,000. Commissioner Ureenmun yeslorday fined Charles and Annio Ward, residents 'l of the Twentioth ward, 82 and costs for using filthy lnngungo hi public. The commissioner warned the couplo that a j. second appearance before him would bo jj mot with a jail sentence. i The Union Pacific and Northwestern companies have, jointly, just issued a "! Very neat folder. Besides the time tables of the lino, it contains a well do- - fined and reliablo map of the territory v) covered and a profile scalo of elevations botw.ion Tiiilrn Miehirmn nnd the Pacific. j i Tho Messrs. Calder hnve completed the first piano ever manufactured in ' Utah. Tho instrument is of the upright ,v I pattern, overstrung scalo, with polnhod j walnut caso, and in tone equals many f I pianos of eastern make. Utah, so says Mr. Calder, con never become a great y,nno mRnuf'et,ur'nK emporium owing '""Mffi'lie absence of much of tho nocessary , .. uuHerial in this couutry. i The n ball last Monday i ' evening, in honor of General Connor, j turns out lo have been a financial suo-- ; cess. Tho committee met last night to j transact private business, but it trnns-- ! i pired that a handsome balance from tho l ball receipts remains to the credit of Genoral Connor. Thero will bo a tneet-'- , ; ing ot the association at the ollico of T. i Jf MiH-rav- , Second South street, next i Saturday evening, and n general allend-- I ! unco of members is requested. KXCflS.HION TO TIIK LAKE. Several Vlnltorn Tiike a Trip to Garfield m-iie- mid (liirileld City. Yesterday afternoon a spocial excur-sion train was run down to Oarliold Itoach and Garfield City, under tho aus-pices of E. D. Gray & Co. and W. H. Chnstio, real estato men, who had ns their gtieslB tho following gontle-men: Wendal Benson and Samuel Reese of Omahn; Col. Cesnn, Canton, Ohio; J. 11. Hurlbut, D. W. Kirkpntrick, J. Hannnn, nnd C. E. Washburn, Kansas Citv; J. McQuade, Chicago; J. W.IIamm, St. Paul; T. J. Golden, Marshall, III.; S. II. Fields, Captain Morton, Mr. Wator-man- , and a Times representative of Salt Lake. Tho train was run through to Garfiold City, whoro the excursionists took n look at the Bite of the now town, which is now being laid out by Lynch it Glasman, and which is destined to become quito a popular summer resort. Tho proprietors aro Betting out trees and propose to immediately erect eighteen pretty little cottages. They havo about thirty buffalo, several foxes, and other animals in their zoological gardon at that point. Two artesian wolla wore spouting nt a lively rate for tho benefit of tho visitors. Stopping nt Garfield Ueach tho visi-tors inspected the bathing Iioubos, the pier, and other buildings, nnd woro very much pleased with what they sew. REAL ESTATE SNAPS. No Trouble lo Show Properly Call and See Us. 10x10 rods corner of 10th and K, fncing south ana west. Price, $3000; $050 cash, 8850 sixty days, $1500 in one year at 8 per cent. 55x105 south front Cth So. bet 1st and 2d East, 8100 per foot. 80 acres on State rond eight miles out, $175 per acre. This is a snap. Lots in Jennings addition, $200 per lot. Lote Noison & Early's r.ddition. Look them up. 0x1 1 rods So East, part lot 1 block 155, plat A; prico $3000. Lot 0 block 115 plat A, price $4500, half cash, bal 1 year. 0 lots in Heath subdivision, $000 per lot. Lots 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, 10, in block 24, Geneva addition, $1200 per two lots. 54x105 feet, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat F, with brick cottage ot 4 rooms nnd 2 closets; fruit trees and grope vines; no finer view in the city; on oth South, botween 10th und 11th Eust. Price, $ 1000. Cj53xK;5 feet, boingpnitof lot 3, block 13, plat F, wit h brick cottage and 2 closets; fine view; on Cth South, bo-tween 10th and 11th East. Prico, $1000. East half of block 110, plat D. 1200; good torms. Block 114, plat D, $20,000; good terms. Block 139, plat D,$ 14,000; good terms. Lot 2, block 111, plat D, $1950; one-thir- d cash. Lot 3, block 111, plat D, $1750; one-thir- d cash. 99x132 feet, enet part of lot 4, block 38, plat C. Price, 81500; balance 1 and 2 years. 3)x7 rods, middlo of lot 8, block 29, plut" II, on 10th East, between 4 and 5th South, faces east, $1950; good terms. All ot lot 3 and west half of lot 4, block 28 plat G, 8:5500; good torms. 5x10 rods, part of lot 8, block 11, plat F, $2250; good terms. 10x13 rodB 2nd East and 7th South, 10 rods faces west nnd 13 rods faces south; $18,000, very good terms. 10x20 rotls, Oth and 7th South, faces south and west. Price 820,000, good terms. 50x150 feot, wilh new brick cottago, 4 rooms and 2 closets; $2500. Have two of these ulongside of east other on 7lh West. 20 rods on 7th West, W 7th nnd 8th South; 8100 per rod; nice high land. 300 lots in Sulphur Springs will closo out at low figure. 100 acres in seo. 8, township 1 north, range 1 west, 24 miles from city limits, at $75 per acre small cush payment und good terms. 120 acres in sec. 8, 2J miles from city limits, $00 per acre; 320 acres in same Buution,$50 per acre small cash payments and good terms. Lot 1, blk 187 $1750, !.j cnuh, bul. 0, 12, 18 months, 0 per cent. Only April 1st. Lot 0, 7 West Tem-ple ndd. Price $1100. Cash $500, bal. on time. W. H. Wiiitf. i Co., 75 E. 3rd South Street. 1Veliiemluy' Iteiil Msliite Trunxferit. The following real ostnto transfers were filed for record yesterday: 1' J Winters et nl to Ariios Winters, 4x10 rods lot 5 hi 11 n $ 1 W T NiihII et il to li C Nvwmiii, SilU ruds let 2 bl 113 ft 1500 J lliii net ot ul lo L bnow jr, ull of bile 7i, Ijike Vii'W hhIi 700 Li C Hamilton to 1 II Holimitn, nil lot 0 nnd 10 bl 1HI, Highland 1'urk ad 500 L H CJnle(iriilT loC Auer et, ul. nil lota 10 to lh bl 2, lihrii'h'fl auUliviHion ot blk !Ulf woo L It Klirirh anil wife to (' Aner etnl, nil Iota II lo 20 bl 1, Khrich'a aubd ot blk no f 3Kio W C Hall nnil wife lo IJ Auer et al, 7!4xl5 rials lot 4 bl 21 b 1200 A B Kendall el al to I) Auer et ul, 4.U0 kIh lot 8 bl I I b 1000 It .li.llt iliu 1.1 W .T .Ti.lilri.ia .,......., U". '2 s, rlw gu W Herk vf lo V O Matthews, nil lot 2 bl 8 fit) pksub 10 L Martin to V (1 Matthews, all lots 5, 0 nnd ,11 blks 5 nnd 4 City pk sub 7'i'i J N Woods to W t'u ler, 2',xlU rds lot 1 bl 3(1 pi b 1750 (1 1) lliiKKim to A Iluibeit, 2 rds by 10 ft lot H bl .ri!i pi b 850 J D Perkins wf to 0 F Looflsiurow, swqr seo 01, lp 2 s, r 1 e f,0C0 W J Jenkens sr tu W Aylett jr, no qr see 3Mp2b, rlw 275 A M Cannon wf to 8 W Bears, 5x10 rds lot Obi 117 pi a 1 E L Davies to KHzaboth ft! l)avies, sw qr bi o 12, t p 2 8, r 1 w 5a D N ( lark to yeth T lliuby, all lot 1 bl 55 pi d, cor 3rd and M sts )X!(Hi FM Castleton etnl to Hose E Wriuht, 3xlil rods It 11 bl 20 phi 2;',0u ItHltudolph to William Meikle, all of lots 20 and 30 North Kniilewoud subdi-vision mx I M Waddell and wf to li II Knhler, pint of It 4 bl 13 pi b COO Hannah (' Hlsif to li H Knhler, part of It 4 bl 13 pi b 800 A Klnir to E II Knhler, part of lot 4 bl 13 11 1. SK. J Kager and wf to Mora MillBimuKh, 8x10 rods It 4 bl pi f f.500 P A liKcart et nl to J C Thompson, half of It 7 bl 04 pi a First South bet Fourth and Fifth west 1159(1 W M Mansfield to Artie J MnnsftYld. 10 rods x.'d feet It bl 4M pi b Fourth ""it lie Heeond and Thirdsouth 8O00 William 0 llailet a' to Kusan M Wilk- - worm, ft It 4 ul 20 id f 12; 0 J E Jem intra and wife to J A .lennir.ira, all of lis 37 and 3s, Cummiuirs subdivi-sion bl 2 pi o 500 Auuie 11 Catin to 0 D 8t. tteoi(o,5.10 rds lot 6 bl 112 pi b 4000 V 1) 8: Untrue to C F. Want laud, 5x10 rds Into bltBpl b, corner Fifth East and Honth Temple 9500 J A Hrowii and wife to J Honney, half of lot 2n, Heath's subdivision, Id 29 pi 0.. . 2100 Ma,' Tate ct al. to J llecnoy, 7x1(1 nls lot 1 hi 47 tl e, eorner 8 0 ind North and Sixth West 15,500 J 8 Kockwood et nl. to L U Hardy, all of Its 1, 111 and 20 hi H, five nere pi a 1000 Ilnil-- of T Morisley, deoenHed, to L O Hardy, nort beast quarter of section 24, township 1 south, innge 1 west 1 Amanda K 1'arker to L ti llanly, nw qr sec it 1 1 s r 1 w 1 8 liichartlwin to L li Hardy, It bl H 5 a pi a ,' 1 C O Fnrnsworth et al to Sarah E lteese, rods, lot 2, block .Vs. pi e 25 JT Brown anil wife to J L lliown, 74X 17'i nsls, lot l, (llendRle park eurvey .. 1000 W H Puncher to J E iiriee, tixlO nsls, lot 1. bl U, pi h 400(1 J Harnett to Isaliel M Loirs, 2x10 nsls, lotB, bl Hi, pi a Mi) 8 W Sears et id to 0 M t'aunon, 523di so ft, lot 0, bl 07, pi a ! 14,2x7 Total tltiju j rmtsoNAL. ! Goorgo Sutherland, ono of Trove's i legal gentlemen, is iu town on a brief ; ( visit. i T. T. Cornforth, tho Denver garden I truck purveyor, is in the city, n guoBt of the Walker House. II. E. Jonnison, superintendent of ro- - pairs and construction of tho Western Union west of Oinahn is at the Walker. W. I O'Mara, a prominent citizen of Denver, is visiting Salt Lake with an cvo to business. Ho is stopping at the Cullen. U. U. Thur3ton nn.l wife of Anaconda, Montana, are at tho Cullen. Mr. Thur stop is looking for investments in Salt I Lake. I W.N. Shilling of tho Utah National bank, Ogden, is in town. Mr. Shilling ) is ono of Ogdon's aldermen and in t ho l absence of the mayor acts m president of the council. i Madame Jaunschowsky and maid nnd , i Ad Neuendnrff, New York, are guests of the Cullen House. MadameJaunschow-- i J sky is second prima donna of tho Juch I: J oiera company. ; I ... Jiollce of Kemoval. I have removed my office to corner of Main and Second South streets, rcom 20, second floor over Union l'ueilio freight ollice, in Wasatch building, where 1 shall be pleased to see my friends and patrons. Take the elevator. tf J. C. CONKLIN. : ISVITKI' Ti) SALT I.AKK. I I' if' Tho TruiiKcollllnentiil Association Mil' j Hold lis Next Meeting Here. I I The chamber of commerce has sent the following self explanatory telegram j to J. II. IJonnett, of this eity, in representing the Rio Grande Wes'-- : orn nt the Transcontinental association at San Diego: Salt Lake Citv, March 17, 1800. Mr. J. II. Bennett, general freight nnd P'iBsonpor ngent tiio (Irarde Hailway, 1 o'el del Coronudo, Son 1 i go, Cal.: l'lease extend to Mr. hmith, chairman, nnd ti members of the Transcontinental association, a cordial invitation to hold thoir next meeting iu Salt Lake City. M'.e this iuvitntion or rirosing as jou can. Calkb W. West, President Suit Lake Chamber of Com-merce. Frank K. Gii t.Esi'iF, Secrotnry. In reporiee to this telegram President ,1. West yesterday received the following reply: San l)ii:co, Co!., March IS, :8'J0. C.ilob W. Went, President Suit Lake Chamber of Commerce: f liiiiniKHibln to decide definitely on place for next meeting, but it is uiiiiniint usly --f resolved that Salt Ijiiko city is deeiiablo will bo Foleeted, unlets make it absolutely necessary to iand elsewhere. J. 11. UlnM'.it. i ,i.