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' ' ' " " " THE SALT LAKE T1MKS; FKIUAY KVKX1XG, APRIL 11, 1SX. T j WATKIN'S ADDITION To Salt Lake City. I One Block outh of Liberty Park, on East Boulevard RICE & GELDER'S ADDITION. LJ i . 0 S S3 feet deuicatea to public ft Park. (0 - 525': I V7s St.$JTEast Boulevard. 5 3; fc I , r , , f2 C , 33 ft. dedkatad to public tor Park. fi 2 Si. SB g 1 J 11 11 M l 1 I I 1 1 li 16 , , Pg l , , , , , n s? e - S '? i ? H J w ;g g i J 1 1 II II II 1 Ij-- k ? qH S P PQ ' M ' . GLENN STREET, 66 Jl Q g M Q jjjj Is 5 S i i 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I 5 1 1, l& . 3 1 3 o tS s 13 . 1 2 S CD - .s g t H J s II Ml II I s Is. - O g-- S , .s g J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j : I i B co "is. Fvi ; gfl M II j I II 1 j- - a a aj --" 33 ft. dedicated to public tr Park. 1 I u ' g g o r--4- .1 S SIXTH EAST STREET. BiiJ --H () . ' - co r- - 2 ! c , I r MARION PARK. CO HST1H HOTEL. Commercil Street, on the Europeau 1'1U. This fine Hotel, Btrictly Hrat clasa in every respect is now offering induce-ments to the local and traveling public which cannot be exoelled in the went. Central location. Restaurant in connec-tion for short orders at all hours. E. J3. French & Owen Phii.mps, Proprietors. - - real Estate m all Classes of Property. 1 acreageIspecialty I LINCOLN PARK, THE LEADING ADDITION ! 1 j C. E. WANTLAND, 201 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. For halo. We can give special terms on the fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on 6th S., bet. 5th and bth t . IHxIH on 5th K, north of 5th S. 10x10 and 10x7J in rear on 3rd to., uot. 9th and 10th E. Lot 1, Blk 20, Plat G. 10x9 and 2 rod alley 7th E. and 8th and 9t5x8bet. th and 10th E. and 1st and 2nd S' T. J. Blue & Co., tf 243 Main, opp. Walker House. J. A. Morlau & Sons. Parties wanting to buy property of any description will save money by call-ing on us. We have a fine list of busi-ness and residence property that cannot be equaled for location, price and terms. We have more tine corners than any-body and several tracts of acreage suit-able for platting close in. Call and see us before buying. J. A. Mohlan A Sons, 3-- 8 tf : ' 13 W. Second South St. - MAIS STREET. I have for sale for a few days only a choice piece ot Main street property at 20 per cent below the market price. It will pav.you to look into this, .lain quickf "Also a large list of tlrst-clBB- S in-side and acreage property on easy terms. Gko. H. Tousfv, 279 S. Main st Utaii and Montana Macliinery Coipany CP. MASON, Mannscr, Headquarters for all Classes of Machinery. Engines and Boiler from powtr and upwards in sUnk for imuie diate delivery. Stefkjn Pump, Inject., Horse Wbima, Hoisting Kng.ne. Rock Breakers, Wall's Holla, Ingersoll Air Compreskor. ami Unli, Lubr -- catins Oils, Mine, Mill and Smeller 8uppliM, Silver, Gold and Coucentrat-i- r g Mills erected and delivered in running order. Maiae Office ani Warerooms 259 S. Main Street, Salt Late D. S. AGENCY. BUTTE. MONTANA. Special for Plattlnj. 121 acres on Boulevard. 2o acres on Territorial Iload. 22 acres on Fifth South. Sti acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wastlawd, 201 Mam St. Choice maple syrup, the finest in the land, JIaroond's choice hams and bacon, new goods and choice fruits arriving every dav at 0. B. Duwt's, Ti and 71 b. Second South street Our muslin untlerwear sale will begin Monday, 24th. Please see large adver-tisement F. At'EBBACH & Bbo. W E D. Barnett, at C9 East Third South street, dealer in groceries, fruits, poultry, provisions feed and fresh meats, is the cheatiest place in the city. Utah Title Insurance & Trust Co. 68 West 2nd South St., Salt Lako City, Utah. OCMCEWI ASI BTOCKHOUJMW. John E. Dooley, President L. 8. Hills, A. U lhornM, Secretary. iwcokpokatohs. b u Ai.erharh Merchant. W. 8, McCornic k, Banker. f ;4''cSK!.KF.r,4C,. t A.8ilh. C-- bla- l-a- H.W JohnAi Marshall Probate Judge. T. 0. Wtbber, Kup't ie C. M. L Attorney, Jomji A. Masshau-- We have just placed on sale a most complete line of medium and light weight underwear. MkB. UJm 112 Main street The Troy steam laundry, famous throughout the west for iu excellent W Telephone I'Ji 142 Main at RUDOLPH ALFF, IMPORTER OK CHINA,: CROCKERY AND GASSWARE, ' Plated Ware, CuUety, Lamps, X ases and Statuary. A FULL STOCK OF! CHINA AND 1'AKIAN N0VLTlfc:3. e j0 jjjjj, street, Salt Lale City. Mrs. Christv has the finest assortment of millinery to select from. Jl W . irst South street. e p Will make first payment QJ r on two best lots in Park (Pi J View. Itooms 8 and 9, Scott-Auerbac- block. great as tuat of a iolia lxxty, producing intense ieat, and in the cse of a lurgQ meteoric stone frequently resulting in the fracture and demolition of tho object, "Colored meteors are sometimes seen with a peculiar tint of the flame, being due to the burning of Bome special ingre-dient of tho meteor. We have yellow, green and occasionally red meteors, but the majority are white like the majority of the stars. It cannot be said that any one part of the earth can be more affect-ed by these visitants than another. There is, however, a diurnal periodicity, the larger numbors being seen in the early morning hours when that portion of the heavens comes in view toward which the the orbital motion of the earth is carry-ing us. AVo then see not merely the com-paratively few meteors whose speed is sufficient to enable them to overtake th earth, but that larger number composed of all those which are gathered up in the track of the advancing earth, whether moving with against or athwart its j mime showers. ' R VISITS OF FREQUENT PERI-ODICAL OCCURRENCE. liarilicl of the Heavenly Displays. v Feature of the Son Revealed to the ronomere A Talk With it Profetsor n Sky Dish Subject. answer to several questions regard-h- e frequency of meteoric showers :ssor Very said: here are certain epochs iu the year i particular meteorio showers are Assiduous observation has given a f nearly 100 such showers in the w of a year, each of which may be "ted on a certain dato from a certain f the heavens. articular showers have characteris-tatures- ; that is, some meteors are swift; others rather slow. Some counie," "Tho appearance of the collected re-sults of the observation of the total eclipse of Jan. 1, 18S9, shows thut this event has added many interesting facts to the pre-vious knowledge of such occurrences. A large and very perfect photograph of the corona was obtained by Professor William H. Pickering, of Cambridge, Mass., and one of a smaller size by Pro-fessor Barnard, of tho Lick observatory, "These show the sheaves of curling fragments about the sun's pole3 in great detail, indicating the composite nature of many of the individual filaments, and confirming tho photographs taken at the previous sun spot minimum of wa, thus rendering it almost certain that the corona at this period assumes a syrnmnt-ric- al form with regularly disposed 1 la-ments curving away on either fade of the mm', axis ami broad equatorial wings of ill and leave no trace, while others accompanied by tails and leave b aCter the nucleus has disap-J- . Few of those showers last more one or two days, though there are instances where) it is suspected that ssive meteors Monging to the satna appear during several weeks. Cer-iu-have been noticed to be more ially fireball epochs. That is, the vent of an exceptionally large and 'tit meteor or fireball is more apt ur on certain dates. 'J. 31 w the dataj of the meteoric r characterized by the swiftnessof juiponents, which are usually at-- I by streaks. The radiant point of '"er is iu the constellation called ce ' Hair, a star cluster one of the as constellations. As this meteor :ul to have been seen in the even-i- s more- likely to have been one of Russified sporadic meteors, Infor-- " as to the position ot motion, ap--' lirilliancy, color, time of appear-ed length of time during which 'Petrai.ee lasted is likely to be valu-1,- 1 the recovery of the principal ottristics of an event vuch is neces- - less discriminated structure. "All this is very different from what when the ac-tivity is seen during an eclipse of the sun is in its height. At such times the corona has a rudely quadrila-teral outline, with four wings projecting from regions approximately 40 Uegs. north and south of the equator, and the whole is made up of curved branching and interlacing streamers extending to a much greater distance from the body ol the sun, and with the equatorial sheaves loss symmetrically disposed. ? to the extent of the corona, it is difficult to compare successive eclipses observed from different parts of the earth with varying atmospheric condition, a Imall amount of haze will blot out much of the fainter detail. The presence or absence of some of these fainter features the presence oi : ab-sence may merely signify of the condition of their otarw tion, but the variation of type is a thing We seem to have u EUon indicated between the broad equatorial wings and the sua spot sone Pittsbuxe rjtgpatch. en but by few." do you account for these meto--' jwers coming at regular periods?" that we can say is that the celes-""-'- $ are thinly populated in every 01' with these scattered fragments, are veritable miniature planets r;S in. different orbits around the 1 many iustances, and starving as I 'Sas from one star to another iu I mioiber of them is simply count- - I 'My make up ia number what rH :,t'k in sirel' so that if we could I together all the minute members I :V make up a group it might 4V a body of very respectable size,' al- - I '. the individual components are so '"at they seldom escape complete I --Ration and dissolution In their al through the atmosphere." I produces the great light which I r follows the passage of meteor?' A middle aged colored man entered a Brooklyn car the other evening with a basket containing wine in his hand, evi-dently sent to make a delivery. He man-aged to get a seat, and when the conduc-tor came around to collect his fare he never bothered about pockets or pocket books, but simply placed his hand on one of his capacious ears and drew forth the shining nickel. To say that conductor and passengers were surprised puts it mildlv. The conductor, on recovering himse'lf, thereupon remarked; "Why do tarry your money there, captain?" ' 'Cause it s handy, sir," replied the son of Ham, and the passengers all laughed t tbo wrinkle in money pouches. It was observed tliat he carried another nickel ia Uw other ear.-N- ew York Herald. "Sht which is seen while the pas ' metetjr through the air las.s partly to the combustion of --1 f'ali of the air of life, but it is - 10 "candescence of the condens-- P'iere which accumulates in ad--n object which is moving many (lie rapidity of a cannon batl-s- ay, with many hundred !t rapidity of a cannon ball. Un-5- 6 oopditions even the seemingly r&i5tance of the air becomes as LKUAL NOTICE. In (he J'mbah Court of the County oj Halt Luke, Territory of I'toA. In Hie Mutter c.flhK.iui"i.f ) tUUAU VAIINbY V OI1DKU TO BHuwTTt'Hlt WHY OftKKHOH HALK OV KKAt MiATU bltOULU NOT UK MA UK. Wultof Murihi, Uie xiinlniKlratvr y' U ?tl rf Hiimli VHrnnjr. lttHMd hTitm flli-i- lil m Ulkm hnfiii, iluly nriftL 'Win fa kit trur of cmIh t Uie rl eivtn uf i,l fot Uie iMirpiMM (rmriu ( fnrti, il Uiivrfure orirM b I hu jmUce of "'i'l wwrl, Ut ell iP'ruunn iiibrMiml iu Urn fInI uf eaiit npM.er iM'torn lit iiil rfthtti iVmrt im Wwloiaklity, llieHllnly of A.il.l"WMl WoVIik k iu Uie forttU'NMi of MtiiTtlHf. at Uie urt room of wild lFthi iWri, al Uti 'ttuuiy ('tniri H"om, io lit Cily d ouuli of tll ljk, tiUi I'.rri-tir- y, lo iiltow naontt miiy n ortinr aIiouM itot he HrnntAtl U IImi mI'I atiiniuiipU'4, Ui ml uiuiihof I bo rwol HiiiaUi of la duuenMil el ,rlvte RHlcea tiali tte nitwMr)r. tntl ilwit a ropy of lltiM onlr he iiiioIUrtKj mi Umtl fitureutioiwive tit'kr iu Uie Halt Lamu IHll.l I lt, a ,w iriuul ami ouhlitlind Iu til eily anil HZi:,Wk.W. aw.MlT,.Hi FlobeUt JuJa TEiuiiTouY or V'UU. ) Couity or Halt !,. I, John ('. Culinr. Clrrkol the Probate t'oorl in ami for the ( ouutjr ..f rut It Ltke, in U.n twrt-tu- r, ot I loh, iltt rt.trnh (yrtily litAt lh f..r.n-l- u la a full, true ami ivtrrw'l ooi of oroef Ui aitow catiM, why order of Ml of mmu wIa1o NlKjiilti aol he utatte in Mm ntalOtr of tit, ebt of 4arali V'amay, iWoaawti, a airari of tJ Ut ft Jii wltrieea whereof, I have hereunto amy hauii ! attiMi ihev-a- i of aaldeuurt, khia l"ii loir of Maruh, A. V. IH, JOUM V. C UTI.KII. IAL.) Prohale I auk. Notice of Bate of Bl Etat at Tato JWn. Kmi. e in batvbf aneea that la Mraavaiwa) nl all yritrt itf lha (rf,tWa Halt Laae e.aia. I tali mi on lite tb it f Mi . t0, Irj lite mallet of tit aetata of rraiik B. If h4, , lha un.brMeua.1 mm-u- of miI t. will anil at prltate eK lo tee hlekeei l.l.l. h r fic wit, an.) aulueft ta6itu.tten a an iil itroheUt irttrt, nt .4 afb rtato Ui. Ine th U t AptU. ", at UteuHo- - of ki'ttnr r1r.i, i,--. , iti 11 le .'r.., Hail Uka f lu. l leh all Ui riKi.i, titila, lnir an-- l e!a nl eiii Viattli 8. ,teiieUman(aieoVfllt.eajt all lite iliiht, 1 trio anl iniataaa Laat lha awl iwtaia haa. by ...rait.tO .( law or "Vitla tiaw than at in kiili' In taaa 4, aai'l Frank K. t'tute. at the Uiae 'J Kla .Uua, U ao.1 loall tlwiae wrtain h4a, .lnra teflet ., baim to iaatia it tMiMiMatU ba an.I Hk in lite nainiy i4 Halt I aaa, larriutf of I la, aii'lalao la the county of 'lu.le, UrrtUM aiva ''armaantleoruiitiiHieof atier Caak. Owl, aain of ti.-twu-r- . lU.la auiat ha la euuiai. an.) may he h ft etth Arthur (true a, k(., or llh lltaurMievaifrHMl. Ttie lan.l ami taimta ahoe eaferrwl ha are) boenilmi aaj peto nhwlj draKfirael ae fc.ll'ei, to wais to-th- lnl ua lni.ua In'erael im latxla aataaae In Halt lake H t. iha. rllaai aa foihre. Th. en.tkalfottn 'i. hlora M. plat "6," Halt Ijihe lilt aurtey, eoaiaiaine Iia) Kjaare lethlaC lao'l- - Alao nee prera ,4 laa.l altaate la T'ele rilr. T.emle nmaiy, ttaa. BMaa a lart of te ween half ol Mia .ilwat uar( of aanttoa W Ip f a. f I a. 1). H aur, . If. U. Ha.( law! beiaa of . a anUe hat, line heea the va'af illtek runnuie froia tfca l'anai ro4 a.alt aaeeee ani.i halt - U'.n of tauil U the ftaMilai lt eew-- , aatil laii'i lyina' af aajd valer .Itlrh nut IUm.mi llua.rf aaklUif aaetloit, eMa'aioin ahvua $) arraa. era or lean. . Ala.. mtim.it leeae fr.a Heart 'aaa ta ani..beawl, lMriu4iala July t. Men, of tee fuiioalne i.rae.lana, kvalli 1 'oMtawlM potel H f"ei aaat N.mi the aorthaee eoraae 'J kia t, Uik aw. pial "A," fWU Ut I MI ea. tUna aietlh l'. f, tw. aa W fee. lieiU3e rt'irth Me aat fifty fee an the elana uf Mtinte4 ao etnare leea, to katw an. lofc.H lr..ie the IH Jay ul Jalf, tHS, njitU the (la .laj of July, l0. eiih the prttla of et"tiatoa 'J the Iraee autil the tl- - day wl Jute, 16, at the rate "I ' o V" etreith raat. Alao -- He leeae hy aoJ to the ean.e kuawbaj awl .karnlol aa fiJh.ea. aawkt at a uoiul 1 t aaat n Ihe aVatdt-a- t e..rner of U A. kb-- -k kha "A." U Uk t Ity aortay; lhe a..th lafl theuee eea thence a"'h ha, utaeoe at fee the ulae of ruatavaiae fM a.i.ai f. To hohl me aie tf' tU M of laae. lo the Jlal tiay of July. I", a terat of ie law. at a lea uf Aa par atietta, wit Ue prifilaa) af aitriwline the time of tfcia leaae an'il Ute II aVayut July. I, aal at the tpiratlu of le rn, 4 tbi. taeee. aat'l warty e i aarea4 aae ria-li-t I" rr iim latltliea ami uuerut TOtanua frou. the ,riutae. Uao . Il.nry kornaB aavl "V14". I'rank r 'a.te. tJ nail -ae ( Ity. iUli the Otat Jay of Sut.iabM, "f tefttloejtaal Ua. praraiana, Letl. r.anlatiiie a( p. in I e. aat fr.,u lla. .J(ll, .l autaer of lot 4. hiaatk at, I.UI "A. Wtl lk I l '! Wfaaee weal II f( ra .jhat,l fwt; the we ''. let the plaoa.,1 baemaice eiae la Ilea aUy ff, ., at lha ratai .nl 1 1 lae aMa'-h- . V, ilh ll,a (.ririUaie of ilo.liBal Ihte time tut.U Jolf II, l A!a laaee ttm Umi ( hallin lo av-- Faak K fx.te. of the Mloailia- - Jaa.;rUl laea. t.eil: l'.i.mvfiae,t a poiul Wl f- eoe'h fr.im the eoithea e.rfner uf ! t, aloeh , Plat - A " Beit I a- - I aori- -i Ittrtwe l feafc tlwten. .ttia 1 aa--t. ttw e eit IV. ket. Ihea. e w,rth a fwrt u, th p.are of eentelu-i- a V etnare lae of awaanai kapiyee tk 'iL A. ' rVpeo.e, I', l tf Pvr ewrfiti. Ahw a hy the Hoeae I oal eoaapasy of rteal of ea eaat Ik" ruea.l of aal4 Coal aatJ etaJ ratpaa. aa a leaej .,f l!f.' ean l. enal eofusaay to fraok K. Itrate. ?at- -f Wl. at of 11 hi i aaoatk. (ha .eapeaai pwalaee u, a.1 aeeepiaaJ he the hail U apUaj a.k.. toaa:tii ef railroeJ tyvaa. .k . fraroe Wii.ltc tr aea.aew.ai aa.4 eeaej aa4 ef--.a tx. I.hure roarer .. 1na eeayer !'e rreet.ee aerka, rolla, .aact,., an- tela . rrnoo uie aapt:j na4e. aloee-ihiF(- 4 iaterH la frank re a oI bew.oa, ..Airt ln.i:n. 'ele .a.1 .! afcaal lM 'm K'4 t 'ttrf't I. t, i. katkaa U... I lak fo.4e. the ppwiaee k.aaLtitn lt T--p ' Lake ,ty, f,rf e.j uati, taa ih Uy ai Joae, a rmtsl .J , vt a.a(k ta al'M Alao an an.liftl eaw-- Il Inayree la a eae lata Uaaa of Ua.l aaaentaal 'ha XMk aaf of ). la--a. hf Heary S..nsoa to H.e ( oal eopany. irKtt'ml ae h.il..e. t. r.-o- ai a fl t--t aaet from he aoftawaatt aoniaf ef CHt kha--k 10, pial "A." ialt lake f it aneeaa. theno aoetk t leet. Ihaare aaat m) Kara. Uteaee aof h M (et, Ihetare aaat V! Iat Llhe plate ef rveiaalne. at a racial of I T t per eiootk. 1 . me lift day uf ioiy. law. auk Ike ar -- Ue of et'enaioa oa aaase terme aalU Ike lie day Of ,.14. EBA4Tra Ti. t'lecs'.or of the eMale of fratk Beoca, aiao a. ADMINISTRATRIX BALE. 1VOTH K IH HKIIf Bt filVC.H THAT rt'B-- 1 auant to an ortier nl Ilia frolaria t'oiirl, of rhtlt leka Cooaty. I tali, tnaila on the Mh 'Uy of Mai.-h- , A. I).. . In II eetnte of Krank ( rtatlinf, ilnueaee.1. Ilia uivannianed aJuiiitialra-tri- a of aai.l eeiaie will on or after Momlar. tier Hlh dar ir April, VMU. a,.l lo II h. !. Iil hlar, anil eulijiia Iu the eitiitrtnalioa of Uie frokaie Couit, either ae a wboln, or in pela, aa nay la. f,e the kaal lntereaaof theaatate, eil the riaht, title, taier-aa- v atwl aaule of Ilia eai'l tlree.lut Ir'rauk takr al tlte tiiuaof hia ilra'h, aivl all the rOfl.l, title ao.1 luP.t of hie eetate in the 1. 11011114 ileMteibeU paioait of laivl attealaj ia tah Territory: I. All II ria-lit-, title ami Inlereei of aahi aaUU In aa uadKUbxl oue-ki- lf of tlw eoulh hall of ll.a north Ult of aution Utin4o irlt, omnahip one Hi mirth of raaue oue 'Il aaat. Halt lka aituate iu all Uk CiMiuiy, 't. A lirti..l of 1,H HKhl "I, '!' k flflj-llin- 1U1. plal II. Halt lake City eor.ei, kait Uke County ;i:tiienoii!' at the eouihenat eurnr of aol lot ami rnuniba- - lloe area lae iji r.la, nortii one ill rial, U.ea aaat lire tij roile, ti eure naith one (I , rial M pU-- e of am-ain. iMHilainlne fire a.iiafe f.la of eneinil. i. Tite waet half of lU northaieet U.trer of aWvao (lit. lowti.hip ene 'It n'rfth A raoire ( 1 weal. Halt lk Marf lian, aioiate in t vniy, ami eoatauiin ' ef Jau ll'i.la ataat he ia aritina, anJ may be fo all at any one of eai.1 pala. o for any perl any parrel. Tiiey may b rl at any tim prv loiheeale Pi II a.ln.inliratrl ra.a.ljr, or . ft f law at Ike ple f he attorney, r li. ' ( rlfhlow, fauna 17 a"d , Htt-Aiir(a- :h I'wrua one-ha- lf ea proo.iaury j ate i.l lair'luaM-- o due OIHI t wl'h lnlr.e at a itl per aai.ani. pajaMf aoarter.y, aaenrad I, Aral "ffflffillXfjfatTn. j Adm i ft telaieof rraok ro. kt, HecU tiateil. ttolt leike t Hy, Malta , ". ftOfK'K. j f U Tilt PKoHATk rt HT IV AND VH' 1 Halt t.ak roiiniy Tmt-r- of ' ta.i li 10. nutter he eetate ef Mere feteaell. 4e-rH, l -- H'AUm ! hrty sires 'J.,l"i V. WlliUnw earrofrr of tf- c- T1' tealatnnl and l me .tate of Mary de,ea4 ha t'l1iel hjt , ,ilrn,eni ami SlH m --f ! hia Anal vounlof hl rtmlnllrtl.l ol aald , Ute art'l peiitp.n f'r Bnai di.trtontu tlte . r,le.,l ealrfealat- - livai "l-- na mien ihereit.. an4 ia W"tn.'ir ln h ! nay "f Aortl A. H ! al It o.o-- a in at ir, . ,. r.on ..f -- al l eoorl. In lae ''f , v,urt 1I...- I- alt la-riiya- twaiyj Uh 'terrtron. kae h"U 4ir pHw "J th" i iul "I "' e.rt Hi erttlemeat of -- alrt ar. "unl awl bar'.n .ehl priitp,n 11. al ahlr-- lime and o:are any faMi r le In al4 ealate war a(H-a-r ate. raaae if any lere he akr .aid aweunt t and appfrt'd an4 flnal dlttrt'm mm r.txw flerk of li Profcate t''jft. Bf. 0 l 'SSJI fUl.