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fpgg THE SALT LAKE TIMES. iBg yroL. 4. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 20, 1890. NO. 147. (food Hujs. 10x10, cor. 9th and I, faces south and east; to00. 10x10, cor. 3rd and S, dices south and north; M200. 9x5 '4, cor. 4th and F, (aces north, 4 room brick house; SoViOO, 2 xlO, Nortn Temple, bet. 2nd and 3rd Went; :voa Choice acreage in 5 A P A, SAP B, nnd 10 A P A, rii for platting, desir-able lots in Lincoln Park, Ornnd View, Highland Park, and Park lioulevard ad-ditions. We do a strictly commission business. Call and tee our list. Toi'sKY A Ricqlks, 271) S. Main St. ' . . . Examine These Prices. 10x10 cor. on E. 1st South, 3 houses $75 rent, only $17,000. 10x20 5th South near Main; $100 per month rent, 8215 per foot. 7x7 D Btreet, bet. Cth and 7th, house, city water, $4500. 3,x10 bet. Main nnd Vest Temple; good house, 85500. 41 feetxlO rods Brigham bet. 1st and 2nd West', house rent for $80, $300 per foot. Easy terms. 5x20 2d South bet. 7th and 8th East; fine improvements, $10,000. A whole block on Marion Boulevard, $2100, )i cash. 325 aares South Shore Beach property 6ast of Garfield. 4!) feet fine business property, only 8100 per foot. Provo City property will double in vulue in a short time. C. L. Libiiy & Co, Cor. 3d South and Main streot, up stairs. We Can Deliver 4x18 rods on Cth S. near 8th V. new brick house, 1 rooms, summer kitchen, facing north with street tit back, $1000j easy terms. 20x9 rods, block 12, plat F, facing east, $1200; splendid terms. 78x102 feet on 3d South bet. 8th and 0th East, house, $550O. 5x10 on 4th bet. K nnd L, facing south brick house, 4 rooms, $55tK), Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10 in W F addition, $400 each; pood terms. 5x10 on 10th East let.Brighnm nnd 1st South, brick house, modern improvements, $15,000; enpy terms. 7x10 rods on 0th South bet. 3d nnd 4th West, facing south $0000. 10x10 cor on K anil 9th, facing north and west. $4250; easv terms. Mock US, plat 1, $18000: ;4' canh. VIK 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 Hazel st roots, $1300; easy terms. W. W. Rives & Sons, 55 and 50 Wasatch liuitding. J. F. JACK, t35 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Salt Lake Citv, Utah. - -- We can deliver the following de-- J scribed property. They are all CHOICE PIECES with Perfect f title. o o u o o o o uouooooo 10x10, a good house, 5 blocksfrom Chit house, $1200 a rod. A superb residence on Brigham, near E St. A tnagnihYent corner, 7 rods front. 3,1 j biocka from St. James hotel. 80 acres of tine farming land with primary water right 12 miles south of city. Terms and prices of these properties will show unprecedented bargains. Fine house, about two blocks from Temple; easy terms. 10x10 lot 3, block 15, plat B; cheapest in the city. 5x5, house, cor. 1st and K Sts. A bargain. t)ur books show tho largest and most desirable list of property in the city. J. 11. Wiiamw, Rooms 12 and 13 Soott-Auertmc- Hid. Wilkinson k llennet, 11 West 2nd South, Offer for a few days only, tho following properties, which are cheaper than any-thing on tho market. 10x10 rods on 6th South and 8th East, facing north nnd east with 5 room house, $8500. 110x105 feet, lot 1, blk 11, plat E, Cap-itol Hill, the finest building lot on tho hill, way down below the market, $10,-00- 10x20 rods, lot 1, blk 12, plat B, street through center of block, malting double corners, $750 per rod. 13x20 rods on 5th East, bet. 3rd and 4th South, 5 room house, $25,000. 10xl7J rods cor. 3rd So. nnd Gth East, facing south and west, with house, barn, etc.; $10,000. 0x10 on 7th So., bet. 4th and 5th East; $5800. 70x80 feot cor. 2nd So. nnd 1st West, facing north and east; $000 per foot. 43 acres over Jordan, closo in; $500 per acre. 520 acres ovor Jordan at a bargain. (iOOl) BUYS. A. M. Junes, S4t Main .Street. Comer of 4th S. ami Cth E.. with 12" feet frontage on lith K., fronts N ami W, 3 dwelling, rent for 75; 7,SOO; $3,8(10 cash, mortgage $l,0XH.l, 2 yours nt 8 per cent. dixit'.") ft. on 1th S., 9 rods Kof 1st E., $3M a foot. II'uxKm ft. with.fi-roo- briek dwell-injf- , No. GllS. on lt West, $1,K)0;;$ caah; prices Rood. For throo days only. 110x150 feet eorner Dth South and l'ark avenue, fronting Liberty l'urk; .StK)0. Jl'-jxll- feet, on iHt North between 1st and 2nd West, faces eolith; goKl two-stor- y house rents for $M per month; WixllS on 1st South between 8th and 9th West, filths south; fl2ii0. 157 acres, sw section 0, tiwn 1 a, range 1 w, 8175 an aero, (iood terms. 40 acres etust half of east half of n e Ji Fee. 21, town 1 s, rano Iw; an acre. Terms 62000 ciihIi, 82000 in thirty days, 82500 iu sixty davs, balaneo at 10 per ct. llli acres, lots 7, 8, 0 nnd half of lo, block 9, 5 A. P. C, withstood brick house (cost $221X1), $050 per acre: cutdi, bitl-snc- e at 8 per cent. 10 acres, lota 11, 15,lfi, block n, 5 A. V. A., $KXl0an aero. Terms, .'a cash, balance nt 8 per cent. 10 acres, half of lots 11 and 12, blok 15, 10 A. P. A., $1200 an aero, $5,000 cash, balaneo at 8 per cent. W. L. Barrett & Co., 207 Main St. 2Wx9, 7th West, bot. South Temple and 1st South; $1500. 5x7;, 7th and I, plat D; $3500. Cx20, 8lh East, bet. 1st and 2nd South, 13 room new brick house, hot and cold water; $15,000. 10x7, cor. 1st North, bet. 8th and 9th West, new brick house; $0000. 3x10, 7th bet. C and D; $2100. 3S'xl0, 3rd West between 4th and 5th North, $2100. 5x 0, corner C and 7th, plat D, $1000. 110x132, 8th South and Main, per foot, $125. Have you seen those beautiful lots in Ivanhoo Place, 1st South and 13th East? Acreage, resident and Business prop-erty in every direction. Call soon for good things W. L. Barkrt & Co. 207 Main St. Salt LakeTheatre. ClIAH, S. Ul'KTON, - - MANAOEIt. KngiiBoinent of tho Distinguished Trngedlnn FREDERICK WARDE, Supported by his Excellent Company. THURSDAY, MAKCH 27, The Mountebank EliIDAV, MAUCH 2H, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, RICHARD III. LKtilTIMATK CAHT I I'lf'TUUKHtiUK COHTUMI! COM I'lJJTK ACCICHWmi KH Kale t'onimeiicpi on M'ediiesdajr Morning IDTTopular Irlci. To closo about ' 1000 PoxeH of Parisian Linon ii nd Extra SitpTtlno Cream Wove Stationary nt 9cts a Box. This paper was manufactured for us, and is usually sold for 25 cts. Tho Lace House. (.- - Get the Bicyclo you want nt once. Seo l'eni broke, 18 Commercial, no-ou-t for Star, AVh U:vvr Safety and lf'JO.00 AVui National Ball all around. Pkmhuokk. For Sale by Conway, ('die k Waterman. 10x10 cor 7th nnd E, cheapest cor-ner on the Bench &72C0 New brick house3rd East and Fifth South 12(10 82x00 cor 3rd E nnd Oth S, witli 8 room house 72b0 5x10 with now C room brick Louse, 1st N bot 7th nnd 8th W 4500 7x7 with houso on 1), bet Gth and 7th, per rod 15fl 5x10 on (ith W nnd North Temple. . 3000 37 ftxl05 on 2nd South nor.r 10th . . 21X10 In lioborts & Nelden's Drun Store, 230 Main St. Worth Juvestigatiiifr. 3x10, 3rd East, bet. 7th and 8th South, facing east, with 3x5 in the rear of next lot included, 835C0. 74x150 feet, corner 7th East nnd Oth South, faoing Liberty Park, S50O0. , Lots in plat D from $1500 to $2000. 40 acres over Jordon, S75 per acre. Lots in adjoining additions selling for for from 850 to $75 per lot. A bargain. Improved and unimprovod property in ull parts of the city. L. B. Smith & Co., 22 E. 2nd So. St. To Tourists and Visitors to Salt Lake. You are respectfully invited to visit our oflice, where yeu will receive a hearty welcome. We shall be glad to furnish information concerning the re-sources and attractions of Salt Lake nnd its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock and sheep raising and manufacturing interests, to a'l in search of homes or seeking safe and lucrative invostmonts for capital. In real estate we have tho lnrgost list of property. Our carriages are at the disposal of visitors. Call and see us. llespoctfully, The A. J. White Company. 31 15. Second South St. 1, 80 acres within 1 miles of l'oat-ollle- Houth of city. This is choice land nnl adjoin one of the finest summer lesorts in Salt Lake vnlley. So jiiet'O on tlio market better suited for pVUtino;. Proposed Klectrio car liucjdirectly to it. Prico 1750 per acre, oricusy payments. 2. 20 acres within 3 miles of Postolllce, southwest of city, platted, at 150 per acre. 3. 15 lures of choice land on East Bench, 3 J miles southeast of city, lays well, at 1750 per acre. 4. H'JJxH;.") feet, comer, facing cast and north, on coiner of 5th and I streets; flood new brick house of 4 rooms, hall, closets, cellar, city water, etc.; for 15,5110, Easy pay-ments. 6. A lino Imildinn: lot 57Jxtl5J feet facing cast on 8th Eust street, just south of 5th South, splendid shade and fruit, for 13,250. This is only one bLck from Klectrio car line, and choice in every particular. 0. 105x1 (15 feet on corner of M ami 2nd street, facing south and east, splendid view, city water, only 10 rods rom Electric car lino. This is in a locality that will bo one of tho best neighborhoods in tho city; price !150 per rod, with about ft cash, balaneo in 18 months and 2 years. 7. H'.lxlHli feet facing west on 2nd West street, just south of South drive; suitable for u home, for WOO if closed at once. I 8. 82JxlK5 feel, facing east on 5lh East street, Just south of tith South. On car lino, for 15,500, easy payments. !). 82Jxl32 feet, corner on 2nd West and 7th North, on car lino nnd near tho Warm Springs bathing re-sort, 5 room brick houso. Price 5,000, on easy payments. This property will double in viduo in lessj than two years. 1 0. A choice building lot close to Electric cars, facing east, good shade, eU 41JxJi;5 feet, on 7th EastSL can bo bought on easy payment for 2,700. 11. MxllO feet, comer on 3rd South and 8th East, finu shade,mall house on rear of lot. This is un-doubtedly one of tlio cheapest piece on 3rd South street. Price 5,2O0. 12,500 can run 1 year. " " " ' i ' 12. 105xlG5 feet facing south on 7th South, within 10 rods of 7th East street Electric car line. Fino shade and fruit tree. Make 8 fine building lot. Can 1st Isiught on long time for $10,000. 13. 821x165 feet, comer 3rtl South and 11th Eiutt, facing south ami cast, with goxl houso of four rooms, fine orchard, splendid view, for 1 1,500. Easy payment. 14. CGxl65 feet, facing cast on j 3rd East, just south of 3rtl South. Two good houses, lmrn, carriage shed, etc. Trice 112.000. 15. 10 acres of choice land. cor ner, on 2nd West street, lot 2 block 3!, ten aero pint "A." Suitable for platting; closo to proposed Klectrio car line, il,000 on easy payment. 1 (t. Choice b acres on East Bench; , good view, for 1700 ter acre. 17. lC5xli5 feet, comer of 2ml and N street, facing south ami west, with guxl 8 room house, city water, fine view, etc., 11000 wr rod. 18. 82Jxlf.5 feet, facing west M. street, Is tween 3rd and 4 th street Good view, 11,200. l!l. 5x20 rods facing V. on 7lh K. Itetmcen 1st and 2ml 8. 110,000; easy payment. 20. 10 acres, lot C block 43, ten aero Plat A, 11250 ht acre. 21. 7fixlt5i feet facing nort" and west, on comer 3rd South and Cth East, H,000.0 22. CIJxllO feet facing south and east on corner 3rd South and Cth East, Price for a few duy i 10,001 on easy payment. 23. 1 1 5 J x'J9 feet facing north am! east, on corner 2nd South nud 5U ' East, 120,000. 24. 20 acres of choice land or 2nd West street, 3ft mile south v Postolllce, C00 'r acre. 25. 20x20 roils, corner 12th Ka, and Bth South, 118,500, easy pay incuts. 2. 5x10 facing Hrighaen, Uei 4th and 5th East, 112,000. 27. 165xH2J, facing 8. and K comer Oth and J, 12,500. , u u o o o o i Tho A. J. White Ptenl Estate Company, 34 East Second South street, tho oldest real estate olliee in tho city. Established in 1880. Parisian Patterns At Mrs. Christy's grand opening from Wednesday to Saturday. 31 West First South street. llargains In al! classes of property. Union Land Co., Rooms 8 and 9, Scott-Auerbac- h lilock. . W. E. D. Barnott, at G9 East Third South street, dealer in groceries, fruits, poultry, provisions feed and fresh moats, is the cheapest placo in the city. Ptailroad Ticket Nought, Sold And exchanged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket brokers' As-sociation No. 240 Main street. Our muslin underwear sale will liogin Monday, tilth. Please see largo adver-tisement. l' Albhiiacii & ltuo. Prospect ami lljtlti Parks. 'J'wo beautiful subdiviHiuns within the city limits, tine view, high and dry, situ tiled on two main thoroughfares. The tirst is largely improved by nice residen-ces, schoolhouscs, shade trees nnd arte sum wells. The second is a tract of 80 acres, with a beautiful park of 10 aero? in the centre, planted with shade, trets. Lnrgost and cheapest lots on tho market. Terms i'Si cash and JIO per month. No interest. Huy now, liefore tho ndvnnco. Itnpi 1 transit assured. Carefuld selections mud-fo- Correspondence in vited. B. A . M. FuoiHKTH & (). Itoal Estate lirokers, G'J K. Second South street. Gentleman's Driving Horse. An elegant blood bay, black points, well bred; may be bought for $300 (half his value) if taken within a few days. Also a very line dark-line- two-seate-cut- und- carriage, with polo and shafts, built to order. Also a light buckboard, used but little nnd perfect. Also a large Herring safe with steel chest and two first-clas- s combination locks All of nlxjve may be seen for a few days at 103 West 3d South street. For fealc. We can give special terms on tlio fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on Gth S., bet. 5th nnd Gth E. 2x7 on 5th E., north of 5th S. 10x10 and 10x7 in rear on 3rd S., bet. Oth and 10th E. Lot 1, Blk 29, Plat G. 10x9 and 2 rod alley 7th E. and 8th and 9th S. 5x8 bet. Oth and 10th E. and 1st and 2tld s- - T. J. Blue & Co., tf 243 Main, opp. Walker Houso. Masonic. A special convocation of Utah Chapter No 1, R.A.M., will be held this (Wednes-day) evening at 7 o'clock sharp. Mem-bers are hereby notilied. Sojourning companions are cordially invited to at-tend. Work M. E.M. By order M. E. H. P., Philip Bbiogs, Secy. LINTAIl HOTEL. Commercial Street, on tho Kuropeini Plan. This flno Hotel, strictly first class in every respect is now offering induce-ments to the local and traveling public which cannot bo excellod in tho west. Central locution, liestaurant in connec-tion for short orders at all hours. E. E. FitKNCH & Owkn Phillips, Proprietors. Special for Platting. Vl4 acres on lioulovard. 25 acros on Territorial Hoad. 22 acres on Fifth South. 30 acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wanti,a.m, 201 Main St. TV Hit Si PALMER, Ileal Estate. 10 acres on 2nd WTest. 3x10, 9th ast, ir2nd South. 3 acres on 2nd West. 8x10 corner Blk 5fe. Plat "D." 1)0 YOU WANT To Hoy House and Lot Within the City? I have two big snaps in empty homes this week. First-810X- X); the very finest modern --esidonceon the North Bench, only 20 rods north of the electric car line on the corner of Fotith and J streets. The lot has l'Vi feet east front and 82J feet south front; finest lawn on the bench, choice fruits and elettant shrubs and Mowers, large barn, carriage house and stable yard. The house is new, all hard brick, hot and cold water bath, electric bells, well fitted tth hnllB, closets, bath room, pantry, cellar. tWH cash, SCS0U0 in sit months, and 1000 in twolve months at 8 per cent. Second 12000; tor an adob houro of two lar(e rooms and summer kitchen, nearly new, on corner of Fourth Went and Ninth South streets. Near the rear door is an artesian well over 'JfK) feet deep, flowing a steady stream of oure water; the lot is a WxViH foot eorner enclosed by a picket fence. Terms $1200 cash, balance one year at 10 per cent. The alx)ve for sale exclusively by the "Original Greene," at 271 Main SL, noar Chft House. Bargains Io all classes of property. Union Lasd Co., Rooms 8 and 9, Scott-Auerbac- h Block. We have reduced our entire line of Raw Silk and Plush Table Covers to one half the regular price. The Lace House. Foundation Rock, Lime, gravel and shale for sale for side-walks or drives by C. L. Crane & Co. at lowest market rr.tes. We have leased the celebrated quar-ries and lime kilns of the Salt Lake Iron, Lime & Rock company, and can supply all demands and meet any competition. Ciias. L. Ckase & Co. Office under Postoflico with Shiley.Gro- - shell & Co. If you want pork tenderloins and spareribs, you will get them by calling on S. S. Dickinson & Co., at the cornor of Main and Third South streets. Sixteen lots 10x10 rods in blocks 187, 189, 1G7 and 175, plat D. Easy terms. Apply to owners, A. J. White Real Estate Co., tf 31 E. Second South St J. F. JACK, 2:35 SOrJTII MAIN STUKET, Salt Lake City, Utab. HfTeUl'hoD.e No. 319. i j For fresh poultry, fruits, flour and feed, together with all first class groceri-es, call at the place of W. E. D. Bar-net-t, 5D E. Third South street siiSi 251 8. Main St REAL E8TATE AGENCY Loisa, KltL EsT.ri, Misiss Wocki Diavia csi. Court lltnuv, iJenrer.Col. Rooms 413 Calmer Block, E. 1st S. St Bargains " In all classes of property. Lutio Laud Co., Rooms 8 ond 9, Soott-Auerbac- h Block. Inlon Pacific LancK Utah Real Estate and Investments. C. E. Wantland, agent, 301 S. Main street, Salt Lake City. Real Eatate Agent' Directory. This is intended for the use of real es-tate agents, and it is to be issued under the auspices of The Times. The charge will be 81.50 for each address. Ihe directory will show all responsible agents. ' If Too Want A good smoke, go to the Casino cigar fttra, 238 Main street, north of Walker House. filATEST news . Telegraph From All Parts of the florM-T- he Senate Still Disea-sing the Anti-Tru- st Bill. PEOCEEDIHGS IN THE HOUSE. Th8 Wyoming Admission Bill Oomcs Up for Discussion-Bismar- ck's Farewell Oxford Beats Cambridge, w.shiwton, March 1.8 ((mute, after .rfiiiL' busineaa of minor importance, took Various formal amend- - "ufiCner' o'lTored an amendment Kivinsr ' ,mit authority to iiwue writs of injunction " ,i itinit combinations froni proceeding fur-I!- n buinee except to wind up affaira. House rroccedlnga. w.shinoton, March 21). A bill wan Introduced in the Iiouhj urnnting a pension of $2000 per yeur wi'l" ,,f tlenera Crook, "rle e Wyoming adiniHMim bill wan taken np. Mr Baker of New York submitted an argument ofnNew York opposed the bill be--he believed there were Kmea irregularities adoption of the constitution of Wyoming; liui" he Iwlieved the territory did not contain l.BDonnl'ition reiiuisitn, and becanse thore were inriiriiiratiHl in tlio constitution featnros based ninin tlie subject of femalo suflrage antagonistic republican institutions. A FLANKMOYEMEMT. Tho Electric Street Railway Company Begins Work on I lie State Bond Extension. BUT THE MAYOE CALLS A HALT. Marshal Young, Acting Under Instruc-tions, has the Work Stopped and , the Track Torn Up. Tills moraine the Electric Street Railway com. pany beunn work for the extension of lis track alonu First Ent blurt, commonly called the Btute road. A force of 8110 men and a lew num-ber of teams were eiiinmed in plowing np the middle of the street, bediming at the First South street crossing and going south; and these work-men had even succeeded in laying ties and rails on the suaro embraced within the First South and First luist intersection, when Mayor 8cott, acting simply in his capacity of chief magistrate of the city and the guardian of the people's inter-ests, at once ordered the city marshal to put a stop to the work; it not beiiiK apparent to him that the electric company inissessedany franchise covering its right to construct tracks ulong the street thus invaded. Marshal Young thereupon detailed a enfijeient force of policemen to carry out the mayor's or-ders, and the work was consequently brought to a halt. The small piece of track which had been laid next attracted tho attention of the police, and this they tore up. As a matter of course, the mayor's otlice was quickly lieeiceyiil by an anx-ious crowd of electric road olfieials, who were infi rmed that until the company could show evidence of its right to build and construct a track along the Btato roud, no work could bo done. It is stated that the company claim the fran-chise right of building street railway tracks along nay and all of the city's highways under an old ordinance granted it by a former council, and it is to settle this question definitely, one way or the other, tnat the mayor is now acting. It api'rs that the street railway people have virtually waived the privileges they now claim by seeking and obtaining from other councils the right to ex-tend their lines on siiecificd streets, and that one of these applications was made as long ago es 1H7I). At all events they will now bo required to show, in a legitimate manner, that they posses such a franchise as they claim before any mero work can lo done along streets not covered by special ordinance; and even if they do this it is not improlmble Hint the validity of the ordinance which granted the wholesulo proceeding will be tested. THE CLAIMS OF TUK RAILWAY PEOrLK. Mr. A. W. McCune, president of the street rail-way company, said to a Timkh representative: "We are acting under two franchises covering the whole of the one street nnd two blocks of the other. The company proceeded under the advice of its lawyer, who declares that tho franchise is good and legitimate, and will stiuid the test of the courts." Tho following city conncil resolution is the one under which the coniany claims its right inthisenso: ltesolution, Granting to the Salt Lake city railroad company the right to construct anil operate a street railroad on cerUiin streets in Baid '"lie it resolved by the city council of Bait Lake city that the Halt Lako city railroad company, its successors and assigns, have tho authority and consent of thecity conncil, anil the permission is hereby granted it, to construct a don bin truck switch commencing at tho intersection of First Month and Hecond tJiist streets, and rnnning north on Hecond Hast street, twenty (20) rode, thence east four (4) rods, ncio.-- the sidewalk to the company's stables, and also to construct Hint operate a single or douhlo track street railroad, together with all necessary switches for the ac-commodation of said road on other streets within tho c irpornto limits of Hult Luke cny where the railroad is not now running as it shall be needed hereafter, subject to the same condi-tions, obligations, restiictions, and provisions as are containtd in a resolution of said council granting to said street railroad on certain streets therein named, approved April h, 1H72 nud for the same term dating from the anil day of April, 1S72. Adopted January (1th, 1R78. Danikl H. Wells, Mayor. rtoBEHT Campbell, City Recorder. lSUmarck'i Farewell. 1'iiiLiN March 2(1 The farewell audience l the emiieror and Hismarck was held this uieruing. It lasted three quarters of an honr. As the prince was driving past the bridge Lustgarten and Untor Den Linden, his inrscs shied and one of them became entangled in the traces. It was necessary to Btop the carr-iage until tho harnosB was rearranged. A CBOWD onickly gathered abent the and Lilies threw him Ixiqnets and kissed their hands to him. Bismarck was so greatly affected that ho slieil tears. Jio shook hands with a numlxT ot lliiiso about tho carriago, and his voioe faltered a he thanked tho people for their demonstration uf affection. Tho ACCIDENT was of a trifling nature and as soon as the harness was rearranged tho prince resumod his drive amid cheers. l.Mi'UM & IONitLUN, Keal Kstato Ak'HitS U W. 2nd Kouth Street Headquarters for East llench prop-erty. Look at our list: 125 acres in. .Plat C, at. . $ tVX) per acre 20 " Mock 5 " lH) " 10 " 0 " 0.V) " 15 i 7"Hl " 10 15 " 900 ' 1,- -) 27 " 1000 " 27 " " 27 " ltxt) " 10 " " 28 " . 1200 " ri lots in InulewiHHl add. at ....$500 each 10x12 cor 5th K. and 12th E i 1NHI0 10x10 cor 4th and 4th E 20,000 10x10 cor 3rd and loth E 12,000 330 feot front by 330 feet deep, near new hotel, East Side, at $100 ior foot. Host buy iu tho city. 8x20, block 29, 1st south 15,000 170 acres over Jordan. Oxford Wins. London, March 2tl.- - In thernmnl boat rnceon the Thames between Oxford and Cambridge, the former won by one length. Time: SB minutes, 3 seconds; distance four miles and r. Itl CKET SHOI'8 BEATEN. The Chicago Hoard of Trade Wins an Im-portant Victory. ('iiioaoo, March 26. Tho board of trade won a victory over the bucket shops this morning. Judge Tuley modified the ini unction preventing the board from cutting oil bucket shop quotat-ions to the extent of allowing the board to go out of the business of furnishing quotations en-tirely. The board will closo making quotations Tll "cleared out of exchange" and customers will then lie deiiendcnt on newspapers or private m 'ssage fur markets. . liui li Ewlus's Victory. New York, March 2S. In the case of the Me-tropolitan Exhibition oompany against liuck Ewing, asking for an injunction to restrain the lntter from playing with any other ball club. Judge Wallace this morninf in the United Stutos court denied the motion. Heclproclty With Canada, Ottawa. March 28. Notice has been filed in the house of commons of a motion praying the dominion legislatnre to take steps to bring about unrestricted reciprocity between the United states and Canada. Herbert i:lsnmrck's Keslenutlon. IIebi.in, March 28. In the lower house of the Prussian diet txslay Caprivi read the emperor's iicceptanct of IIerlrt Bismarck's resignation of theotheeof imperial foreign minister and thr nipointment of himself (Caprivi) to succeed lum. A Meat Famine In Paris. Paris, March 28. A meat famine is impending and wholesale butchers threaten to close their ahhntoirs, if their demands concerning importa-tion of foreign cattle are not granted. English K'lclnff Kvent. London, March 25. The groat evont at Lincoln Hprins meeting today was the Lincolnshire handicap, one mile, won by the ltejected. Shim-mer second, Lord George third. There were 19 starters. In Ilelialf of the Duke of Orleans. Paris, March 21. The Iiepnblican and Mon-archist leaders nro ursine President C'amotto release the I)ako of Orleans. Minister Held Returns. New Yomc, March 23. The steamer Champagne froni Havre arrived today with Whitelaw lleid, minister to France, on board. Persian Railway Concessions. St. Pn'fKnsBtJiio, March 26. Persia has grant-ed In ltussiau financiers the refusal of all con-cessions granted for the construction of railways in that country during the coming five years. NOTICKTO CKKMTOIW. TTWATKOK DAVID II. KINHICY, DKCKAHKI) l j NoliiMi Is liereliy given by the administrator of the eslale of David II. Kinsoy, ilnoeanMl, to the creditors of. and nil per. son having claims against the said tlumwixl, to nxhiliit theiii, wilh the niiery vouchers, wllhln ten months after the lirst, imblleation of this notice, to the said adinlnistrslor.Mt the law olr of t : J. Wliillemors and H. 1. Armstrong. i'H H' Main utreet, Hidt lke City, Utah, In Ui County of Mult lydin. DaUsl.ilarch'Al, () WIm,,M((UKi Adinlriistriilorof the Kstnu. of David II. Kinney, Deceased, Justice Campbell Dies. Petiioit, March 28. Justice James P. Camp-M- l, of the Michigan supreme court, died sud-denly this morning, aged B7. The Ohio Flood Receding. Cincinnati, March 26. The river has reached e feet two inches. It is now declining. All furthor danger is thought to be past. No Pool Selling in Maryland. Annapolis, Md., March 26. The bill prohibi-ting pool selling in this state passed the houso this morning. The governor has signed the bill. Kalnoky Will Retire. London, March 26. The Bt James Gazette re-ported that Kalnoky, the Austro - Hungarion prime minister, is soon to retire from office. New York Money and Stocks. Nkw York, March 26. Bur Silver 5'4. Slocks dull and steady at best prices of the mo'ning. Money easy at 8iG4c. l ours coo pon, 1.2234; Pacific 6s, 1.16;Central Pa cine. 31; Burlington, 1.07; Denver A Hio Grande' 1'; Northern Pacific, 81; preferred 78't; York i;entral,1.0Ui; Oregon n, 97'4; Transcontinental, W Pacific Mail, S; Rock Island, 40; 8t. Louis & Ban Jrancisco, 17'4; 8t, Paul & Omaha, 82; Texas Pacific, 20; Union Pacific, 62&; Wslls largo 1.40; Western Union, 81 . LKMAL NOTICE. In the. rrottute Court of the County of Salt Lake, Territory of Utah. inU.eMatU,r.fH.heKjrv;'IlNEY ? LHioeaod. ) OIIDKH TO BIIOW CAUHK WIIV OHKKHOK BALK OK HKAL K8TATK HHOULD NOT IiK MADE. Walter Murphy, the administrator of the estJiti of Harah Vnniey. dwM-l- , having filed Ids ! litiou herein, duly verified, praying for u order of sale of the real estate of said for the inirixmen therein "t forth. It Is therefore ordered by the Judge of Mid court, that all iiitwwtMl in the elat of said ! ceaeel. B.i-n- r ls.firUiiidl'roltt"irtori We.lul. lhel'.thdayofApril.ll.t I0o clock in Hi" forenoon of said day. at tl court nrn or said I'rolsiie' ourt, at thetlonnty CiMirt lloox;, in the City arid ( ounlir of Halt Uk, l lah Iwri. u.ry. to show cause why an onler should not I grant"! to the 'i'l linlnltrlor. t" " murlKif the nl ete of the Mid ikwl at l.nvate Mleaa shall l and that ! of this wlir tie iublistil l lit four .uc.i weeks in the H1.T Lakh Ihim I ism. "'-lle- r printwl Mid publislied In said city and county. ltod March mh, 10. . a w I'roljnu, Juilge. TERKITOHY OF I'TAII, ) Consrr or Salt Lass. ) I J.inC. Cutler. Clerk of the Protmte f'onrt io and for tlie .Sinty of Halt lk. In Out rerrt-U.ry-l lah, do hwby ewtify that the forego-in- g is full, true and correct copy of or ; sltow cause why onier of Mleof rl e.t,U-IkhiI.- I nr I ma-l-e iu ttie mailer of the of frlnli V arney, iheawl, aa appears of rword In my oi- - 6Tn "witness whereof, I have hereunto hand and affinal the seal of Mid oourt, Uiu lli da,ofMarch.A.U.lioll: (. srl..l l'rolt Ckik. .inrl ' AwarMl. Chicago Market. f'Hicoo. March p.m. close. Wheat-Lo- w; March, 7H'B; Mey, 7?. t'orn-Kte- ady: March, 2Hi4; May, 29J. sier: March, 21S ; May, 22. Hariey Nothing doing. Pork-Stea- dy; March, $10.40; May, flO.BO. Lard-stea- dy; March, $0.12'.; May, $l!.17!4. The Continental. This hotel is the recognized head-quarters for commercial men and tourists. Centrally located, it is fur-nished with everything pertaining to a nret-cla8- s hotel. For rooms at any time address G. S. Holmes, Manager Continental Hotel. 30,000 Copies Of The Times as a special edition will be Published Rbout the first week in April, and a reprint of the real estate agents' directory will appear in this mammoth edition. "ELECTION BETS." Martin Sebmldt,"The Tailor." Calls the attention of his many custo-mers and the general public, to his new quartersin the PliO SKKSS BUILDING Bnd promises to continue turning out the Nobbikst and best Stvlk burr id the city.