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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. . JACOBS CO., i svt-it- Dealers, 147 Progress . Bnildin, T?. hAve fcir ule residence property in all parts lo choice bargains in business and tV - H. C. LETT & SOS, . Kpl Estate, City and Country No. T)? S. nth Main oPPOte the Walker ke City. ""Je"j11DLAN1) INVESTMENT CO. in Ileal Estate, Loans and Insurance. BNunM"intitreet- - W. H. WHITE & CO., Brokers, No. 75 East .y'igiSfBtroet, Bait Lake City, Utah. IZZ IB. A.OBOE8BE0E. W.B.ANDBEW b C'birtos, gkoesbeck & CO. No. 289 Main Btreet. Salt Lake foiftv Utufc Notary in office. Telephone m. nT. JOHNSON & CO., Mines, Irrigation and TiLrinT West First Bouth Btreet. KAYILAND & BEN BY, X;Sl: Box 27. Bait Lake City, Utalu . . WHITE & ULMEK, Architects and Superintendents. Rooms 410, 411 Progress Block, Salt i mm k MBS. WILL SHOW O.N Monday, March 10th Spring Importations in Various Departments, including Additional Novelties in Silk and Dress Goods. NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY, and among those already - in wo can Boast of THE FINEST LINE OF FRENCH AND AMERICAN SATEENS Ever brought to this city. Also n. beautiful anil variotl assortment of Zephyr Cloths. If Yon Are FurnisMDs a House; Fitting Up a Boom. In fact if you are keeping house at all. If you intend to make a present If you want a lunch baket, mirket o any kind of a basket 1 f you use ink, paper, stationery of any kind. If you want tub, bucket, wasldwKird o broom. If you are in need of a purse or fancy ..dsol any description, you certainly must not fail to call a Til I' FA HI, just West of the Clock. WHY? Why Wcanse they have a large assortment of all these j; exl They are constantly receiving new stock and ciz ?riccc --A.ro tl.o IiO"WC3t, This week they are allowing 20 per cent oil' from present prices on all crockery ware, Tdyertise. fence enclosing the For (spaces on the new East Sido Hotel apply to UTAH PAINT AND OIL COMPANY, 1st South St. East, opp. City Hall, LANGAN & CO., Horse -:- - Stioers, 2d South andlst Weststs. Old Eagle Foundry, cor. siyS jug is made a specialty. " DTlf. STANWOOD, Real Estate and Investment Broker. The handling of Real Estate for non-residents a specialty. N. E. Oor. Mam and Third Sts., basement of St Elmo Hotel, Salt Luke City. ALFRED DUNSHEE, Real Estate Loans, Investments, 101 Maine St Rear of Jones' Bank. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. j, G. MoAllisteb. D, H. MoAixisteb. McAllister bros., Real. Estate and Lands. 265 S. Maine Street, Under Abstract Office. SALT LALE CIT- - RUDOLPH ALFF, IMTORTEIiOP CHINA, CROCKERY AND GALSSWARE Mated Ware, Cutlery, Lamps, Vases and Statuary. A FI'LL STOCK OF CHINA AXI l'AUIAN N0VKLT1K3. 110 Main Street, Salt LaVe City. Utah and Montana Maciery Gompan; C. l MASON, Mnnnjrcr, Headquarters for all Classes of Machinery," Engines and ltoilcrs from .1 horso. power and upward in stink forimm diate delivery. Steam Pumps, Injectors, Homo Vhims, Hoisting Kntrin ltock Hreakers, Wall's Hulls, Ingersoll Air Compressor and Irill, Lub eating Oils, Mine, Mill and Smeller Suppli-- s, Silver, Gold ami Cuiiwntri ilg Mills erected and delivered in running order. ; Maine Office and Warerooms 259 S. Main Strer V. Salt Late D. ; AGENCY. BUTTE. MONT NA. Wc have taken particular pains T 1 1 with our Carpet Department. g ' 011110" J Oil OF 111 Oil" We only request an inspection j of our handsome Axmi.nstkiv, 1 II I l I I I BoUY J UX JJ U XJ UJi Ul UUUUl MOQI KTTE, - VELVKT, - Brussels, Tapkstky and Inuiialn Carpets, and you will admit that they are the best and cheapest in town. OT P DnnT onrl ClinC IENT IS NOW (OMri-ETK- , and DUUI dllll oHUL we are prepaml to Fit nil feet ami ixukets, In endless variety, and all stylish goods. In fact, we have scoured the Eastern Markets for the Latest and most Fashionable novelties. n fll "H Has Just Keceived a Hugo i nnb- - nil j -i-nvoice of-- Ulll ullKlli JJuJJ I New Spring: Wraps anil Coats. Better come early and get a good selection. The best and the choicest goods go first. Wo can guarantee the very lowest prices consistent with good qualities. orders promptly attended to. IF, Alii a mm. SPECIAL NOTICES, AdvprtitsemontH tmderthin hond will l)ecliarKod t the rat of ton contH jwr lino fur anh insertion. No advertisement will be taken for lewt than 'S rents. Parties advertininff in this oolninn can have their answers addroHed care of Tub Tim km. Eio Grande Western Railway. SCENIC LIN E OF THE WOULD The only Transcontinental Line pass-ing through Knit Luko City. The only line to Denver w ith nn elutnge of oars, and with only one Change tu Chicago. Cnrront timo table In effect on Mid from Nov 15Ui, lBtftl. K.VST ItOl'NI) THAINS. No. J. N.i.4. Allnutlo Atlantin Msd Kttress. Iav Ogden lu. m, p. m Arrive Halt link lo aoa.m. 7Hfl p. in. lioavuHnlt Uke in to a. m. 1:11 p.m. Arrive I'rovo..; K:0 p. ni.VJS p. nr. Imv I'rovo l'J:ip. m.H IS p. in. Arrive (ireen lliver... 11:15 p. m 4 :tt a.m. liinv On4i Uivur 7:10 p. m. 41" H. m. Arrive I'ueblo p.m. 'H . Arrivo Denver 7:4.1 1. in. 7:15 a. ui. WEST 1UHNU Tit A I MS. No. 1 No. , 1'noific I'mdfm Mall. Kpre f,eave Denver m. S im p. m. Ijoiivii I'ueblo 1:llUp. m.l'J 40n. in. Arrive llreeu Uivur :M)n. in. With p. in. lnve(inn lliver 111:111a. in. II l. in. Arrive I'rovo 4:.VIp. m. iin. ill. Inve llnivo tt.lfi p. in. S"1 . m. Arrive Salt l.nke H:M . m. 7 I a. m. lswve Halt Imko 7i p. in. 7:il a. in. Arrive Oiiden H:WI yi. in. M:lu a. m. I'ullniin I'nliioe and llulfet Hl.x'innii Cars oil all ThroiiKh Trains. Ilorlon It'idininit ( hair ( am Fnm betwwn Halt Lake Cilu and I'rovo ou Trains 1. and 1 . C. IHIIKIK, df. H. 1IKNNKTT. Oen. IMiiimitrr. 41i-ii- , l'n. Ant. O'KEILLY'S One-Pric- e Store. Koorsa Full Line of CLOTHIITGr And Oonla' Furnishing QixhIs, Boots, Huta, Trunks, Valises, Blankets, KUs., Etc. We novc misropresKl 4iodh, We guiaiiUo eut.sf action, We are iievnr Jiidorsold, and Wo hnvt W.ly one price I Ordet fay mail receive carnful atten-tion. 210 Main (Street, two doors south of White House. l'EISSONAL. A YOUNG DUSINESrl MAN, a BtranKer in the city, would bko t form the acquaintance of a you uk lady, who desires to attend places of amusements. Address "iV. T. 11. cure of Tim Timkh. l'OIt SAI.H. WHOLESALE ciuar and tobacco stock, Box 1158, also one now C'onour Bros, piano. COMlLKTE NKWSl'Al'KH outfit, except typo: includes two-roll- double medium Potter iiress, size of bed SttixM, new four-hor- Ihiilor and engine. Will sell cheap and on easy terms. Address "The Times Co." bidt Lake City; CT011ES on Commercial street and Third South IO street, ltevenuo properly. For particulars call on (' E. Wnntlnnd, 2(11 Main street. IIIAVK a choice lot of acreii(?e and city sale. All piirliciiliira can lie hud from the owner, at No. 413 East Second South Btreet, Salt Lake City. & iiEA have property for sale in ALLENparts of the city which nre well worth looking at. They also make loans on real estate on long time, llooms 4 and 5, ScoltAuorbach block. FOR KKNT. rooms at 1104 South JUuin street. IjDKNIHHED suite. IIEI.r WAXTKI). ACTOlt-Excell- ent chance for a younx man AN join a company. Must lie well edurailed nnd have Uilent for the legitimate drama. Write M. 11.. Salt Luke Theatre. I NTELLIOENT LADY to travel in the interest I of our business. Calhiifternoons Warren.Browu Co,, Itooin 24, Utah Hardware buildiuit. ood Chamtxirmnuls at Euterpriso Uouso, Commercial street, city. I ADY BOUC1TNHS; SJ3.00 cash each wk 'Call L afternoons. Warren Brown Co., Utah Hard-ware building. about IS years old to make himrolf BOY useful about office. Apply ai B. Mam St.. A NO. laundry. 1 Experienced Marker. Empire Steam COMPETENT DRUti CLEKK. Address B. A P. Sims, l'ocatello, Idaho. rpiIUEE or four good men to solicit for one of A the best accident insurance conipanies. lull on or address Morris Sommer. ('lift House. ANVASSEHSforthe laig-- st Mutual Life In- -l surnnce company in the U.S. Aodressor (all at room 3, 172 South Mum street, Salt Luke city. man for Provo City, Cheaet. safest GOODbest Life Insursnce in the United Slides. Ajtly at room 8, iTl South Main srreet, bait Lake cily. VEUYBODY to ndvertiso their wants in this 171 deimrtment of ThkTimks. S, F. SPENCER & CO.. Ileal Estate, Loans, Investments ! S. Main St.. Salt Loke City. Complete-Lis- t of City and Acreage Property. HARTENSTEIN SHEETS, Fashionable Barbers, (In Aner & Mnrphy's New Bnilding.) HAIR CUTTING, SHAMPOOING, ETC., No. 1G E. 1st South St. Salt Lake City. I. Watters, Broker, 31 E. First South St., East of Deseret National Bank, Salt Lake City. Makes Loans on Watches. Diamonds and Jewel- -' ry. HentB Collected. Kailroad Tickets Bought and Bold. Business confidential. Established WW. AU Unredeemed Pledges Sold at very low rat . W.A.Taylor, Merchant Tailor, NEW SPRING STYLES JUST ARRIVED. 43 and 45 E. Second South Street, Salt Lake City. J. C. MURPHY & CO., Rubber Stamps and Notarial Seals. Agents for the Abbott Check Perforator ' Salt Lake City. Jtt. E. McL'XAN'Y, ttorney-at-Law- . Progress Building (Fourth Floor). Q W. POWERS, Attorn ey-at- - Law, Opposite CuUon Hotel, Second Sonth Street, J B. CB1TCHLOW, Attorney-at-La-llooms 27 and 2S, Building. D11S. FBEEMAN & BUKltOWS. Spectacles Accurately Fitted. Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Rooms 17 and 18, Building. YADON-HEAT- H, Real Estate and Loan Agents. No. 150 Main Street. Teferenr;e: - McCorniok 6c Co., Bunkers Correspondence Solicited. GREAT SLAUGHTERING SALE O F Heating Stoves! loo H EATI NG STOVES M UST BE SOLD Regardless of Cost. You can Save Fifty Per Cent by Buying Now of the SALT LAKE HARDWARE COMPANY. 32 West Second Sonth. (Opera House LMock). Sign of tlG "I3XQ-- GKC2T. 1 1) D L EM ISS; VAN I ) Y K 1 d: CO.. Real Estate and Mines, 156 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. tllC fCllllic'S Filll Cflill D. & R G. Pleasant Valley anil Castle Gal; Only Per Ton at Yard. .".." 1'er Ton Ielivered. r Nut .'. I) I 'er T 111 at Yard. 1 1. HO IVr Ton iK livered. hole uKsra rou Anthracite, Blacksmith and Charcot HO IRON, COKE, WOOD AND KINDLING J CtmafAiitljr on I!!. A. L. Williams, Agent and Manager-- : ''"KViXTS''"' I SALTLAKECIT Dr. C. W. HIQGINS. suvuoscuric asd ASALvric ritrswiAX. J -- , t I)r ( W HiMir ,l,.w.!l kn..nS,-UII.,lt-..-n.l- 7.n.l , M W. KlniH..Cii. ,,. ,',r!ve, .S t.- -. W....n .rii. lull. ..-- , knife, DinKi. -- i. mn,!.. ''''' ,,, ,,, m (..nun.- - u H,,-,- i-r rm-l.- ,U s i rl ' ,Kr, r,, ',. ,, "... r .ri.n of AlUw ll Mtmmmm mMm . ' , Muirin. I.! .1 U-- Wt-,.4-,1. ol li4 ttam Is hi. Kim" H'Sj-I- . j WTTl. McCLUKE & CO., R,EDA-I--. H3STA.TE5, SMALL PHOF1T8 AND BUK'IC HTb'KNH, CO West Second South Street, Salt Lake City. TIITSTEK'S 8ALK. WurnnAS, Marr A. Hell, by tier certain dewl of tnist dnt"l Ihe Mb day of February, A. I)., IhsM and duly nordul on the I Ith dny of Ismi, lu Hie llecorder's olli of the t enuity of HaltljikointheTerribiry of Utah, III lk "i A" of morlKe piiK". and eoneed to the unilerinel, Irustoi, the followlMK i.Iih-- . or imrei-- of land, wilh all the teti"iueiit, IhtmI. Hainentsand uppiirU-iiannn- i therHo. sinmlnl in the City and County of Halt like, I .Trilory i.r Utah, All of Ix.ln one ill, l l. seven 111 ten (HI), eleven ill), twelve mi. thirteen (la), fiiurti'U (I4i, fifl.wn (Kit, niileeii (In), nuie-l'- H), twenty On, twenty-on- e IKI). twenty, two li, tweiity-thn- (l), twenty-fim- r (Sli, twenty-liv- e IW) and Iwentyix at;, plol in I'aiiorama Hulxlivislon of Hlwk one lniielred and eixhly-fiv- o (lu'D, I'lat "II," Halt ik. ( ity ""'fliB foregoing parcels of land being conveil to the undersigned In trust for the piiriseof securing the imymentof a negotiable proirisw.ry note by mid Mary A. Hell In favor of Katie ITiliart, datl February .'.III, 11, for the mm of hvehiiiidiil (Wl) dollars, due one year nflerdnlVit:i Interest thereon at the rai of one (.reiit ier moiitl. from Its date nn Ml paid, interim! payable iinRrtorly. which, with lie. U rnis of said trust, are inorefully ! fi.rtli in Hi.i.l dinl of tnist, which, for more purlieu nr in hereby refiirreil Ui and male part lnT'if:aiid . ., W aKar.AM, Acwirding lo Ihe lyrins and romli-lion- s of said nM and said dl "f tral, note is due, and no part thereof luw ln l"'i''i ""wiikkkas, It was and Is provided In wild d.l of Irust that should default l mwl" In t'i" imvinent of said nolo or In 0i liiiere.1 ttu.l ini'ljht accrue tliere.ni as providxl thep-lli- . IIm-- the undersigned triiii sh.sild pr.vnl to i ll aid proierty or so much thereof a. might ! le ressary at public vendue U the Idgluvt b iMi r for Muih for the purpw of follllling niel the dulii ami oblmaiioiw f m'l'l lruiHK, John i. Khaffer, tl legal owner Slid holder of said proniiwwiry tu ha. fin i Hi.. HiMhTignl IrustMi U. i.roc.l !. sell ol oroi-rl- under and eordilig ! Ihe lTin il provisions of Mid d.l of tni! and to di hnrii llwdiitH- - and obligations ilienof, now,lh.Tef. the unilersigiied trul.i nfoowiid si tl iit of Ihe legal owiht and holder of mnl prouowry note will in omitlnnw with the ''Tl". a" ! pr.ivisions of said d.i f tr.it on Friday, II- -; Urlh.isr of April. A.H..I-'."- . I lh cily and cunly of Kali Ik-- , Temt.iry of I mi., at Ihe wmlli fr.m!d.rof the coiinly siri '" ' the said ramnly, atUo'cbs k n'.n ? "y. at public auction U the higlwt. I.idib r, for lawful IlKrtiey of th tl.l!l HUU. Mi l ..arc-I- of land or w. much lluTnrf m my m me-Mr-y l y Mid note and intew iel lfy tho same nnd the ii'iii of th tnwl, in-cluding aiinrney and ixmnsel f and nnui Mtion U, for his """" 'frule. Halt Ike Clty.'ClAh, March IJ, WALKER . HOUSE. Th WallM I. Ild In tl hnsineMttwUirof tli city, and b all Ui Modern Improvements & Conveniences Pertaliilnx to strictly 6ruciM lf.i. It j maiuutl a. well a iif il' I in th. Vvmt, and i rtnrtlTHtllunMaal Tmrut U.AkI of rl Lake City. I'aerelevat. The Walker the Metropolitan An the two Lwlin Url if Hl Ik Hiy. O.S.ERB Proo'r' situations wantj:i. by a first-cla- ss bookkce.er. City SITUATION or address rooiuil, 17 i Houth Main street, up stairs. N EXPEMENCED BAHKEEI'Klt wnnls a situation in Salt Lake. Address John W. Walters, Denver. T DEHIKE EMPLOYMENT in the cveninK in 1 posting books. Am an exiiencnced account-ant. Address W. H. 1- 1- Times otiice. SITUATION. Try an advertisement in The A Timkh. LOST. GOLDEN opportunity, is lost if yon do not A advertise in The Times. miscki-Iaxkois- . will lie received at the office of IlHdPOH- U-supervisor for the grading and with English Portland cement of the Kwftk the north sido of Honth Temple reet"commencingat the intersection of ha,t s Temple and South Temple streets, and running thence east to a point 4 rods west of H street Tho workto lie done under the direc nn of ti.e street supervisor, according to specifications now file in his office. The right is reserved to or all bids. Pro,x)sals will I ; rece d intU 12 o'clock noon A1' Btreet Suriervisor. AKK DES1KED for furnishing the cHy BIDS Salt Lake with one twenty-- ! ste, m Make one price at factory, and one at roller Mids to be opened at Mayors omci!(:ity hall, on May 5th, W. Ihe ?Ut being roeerved t'ta-- Wp'ly1 r TSfaZZSSft Davis A Stringer. 23 W. 2nd Sooth street. ONEY loaned on diamonds, watchs and M iewelrvVK. McCarrick. 240 South Main dmrnorth of Walker House. Also a fine Uneorwa'ches. iwelry revolvers and charma than anywhere in the west. for sale, cheaper " SOCIETIES. Stated eonvoeationa of Ctal MAOSIC No. 1. K-- A. M .first Wednesday ol nvsri aoatk SojouTn:n ( comoanu ns corriiail Philif Bbioos, Secv J. W. WHITECAB, Designer and Engraver on Wood, 121 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, Happy Hour Dental Company. Two ladies, two .V:ii A. gentlemen; Our fcJ, prices 1000 per dyj t4. tent on your in - ais-- j: 'jf' estment. ttwT&VZ Cleaning and 3 yuTUJM' whitenin.r the 3 teeth, new pro-iy-cesss, $1 ; exami-r- " nation and treat ment free of charge.' Finest gold fillings S1.50 and up. Teeth extracted posi-tively without pain and dancer by use of our new anesthetic compound aid free of charge on Wednesdays; come early. Silver or amalgam fillings, $1; phos-phate and other fillings, $1. Full set of best teeth 85 and up, ac-cording to material in base plate. Mrs. Buck and Miss Weaverlingof this 3ompany especially solicit the patronage of ladies. Finest work; perfect satisfaction guar-anteed. Respectfully, Hafpt Hour Dental Co. Office in Wasatch Block. THE OCCIDENTAL. Pure Goods Only and of The Best Quality. STUDIOUS ATTENTION. AUER & MURPHY, Proprietor. No. EtFinr!?nth8t. - - BtWUkeC THE CULLEN. THE Modern Hotel OF SALT LAKE CITY. S. C. EW1XG, Proprietor. L. S. L COLORADO AGESCT L0UI8IAB1 STATE LOT TEKI COMPANY. Tickets sold and information furnish"! Tel. egraphic report received the mme day of draw-- a and furnished U all who purchase tirketa of me Official lisu of all drawings furnished on application and mailed to all oet of U.wn pur-chasers. I will cash prizes teat may be drawn by ticket sold bv me, in full witnoat cbscoonu Order by mail (riven prompt attention. FRANK L. M. 8MITH, Anent. P.O . bo Torf EirfiM. Booth Pneblo NOBLE, M& CO; The only Exclusive Hatters In Salt Lake Yonman". Celeprated Hats, bet in lli World, Stieejaily Manaf.irtored Ior Aobie, Wood4(,'o Salt Lake City. L tali. 2 jpencer & KimbaTTIi 160 Main Street. --EXCLUSIVE DEALERS I-N- j Jill f11M1 Sole Agents for ; James Means $3 Shoe i si MOUSING TELEGRAMS CONDENSED, The house has passed the Chicago World's fail bill. Sullivan new offers to fight Peto Jackson with glores for a parse of $20,0iA). The anti-tm- st bill caused a lively discussion In the senate yesterday. Bimon 8imoin, a colored murderer, wastnken from the jail at Pensaculn last night and shot to death. CiThe salo of Leland Stanford's Palo Alto trot-to- rs began yesterday in New York. There were 10J head and tliny brought good prices. Thirty-iw- o were by Electioneer. The New Yord grand inry has handed in a long presentment to Judge Fitz.-eral- in which the sheriff's ottice is characterized as u disgrace to the city and a shame to civilization. Boulnngor has written a letter in which he re-news his offer to return to France providing the government will ixrmit him to lie tried by a a court of appeal or a court martial. Nat. Goodwin's wifo took a dose ot carbolic acid in St. Louis with suicidal intent but her life was saved. She was jealous of Isabella Coo, wife of Frank ilcKoo, who is Goodwin's loading lady. Marshnl Parsons Is in Washington proving tip his moral character with a griiwnck full of, aff-idavits. He says he has met attiilavit with aff-idavit and that he bus disproved every charge made against him. The house has fixed $250,000 88 'he amount for the Bait Lake postoffico bnilding. Ihe friends of the senate bill will try to have the amount raised in the conference committee to $300,000 or $100,000, The nnnnal statement of the American Bell Telephone company Bhows: Earnings, $4,044,704, against lf;i,Hil5,llH in lnss; increase in net earn-ings, $214,583: dividends, $1,(!S0,!K)0; increase, $lii,014; surplus, $2,151,011; Increase, $22,970. Five thousand people, the largest crowd that ever attended an athletic entertainment in Chi-cago, went to the Battery last, night to see the 1 eler Jackson combination. Peter sparred three tame rounds with Jack Ashtou for points, and the "St. Joe Kid" also had a bout with Ashton. Ueagan's amendment to Sherman's anti-tru- st bill provides that nil persons engaged in the creation of a trust, etc., using ifs powers for any of certain purposes, shall be guilty of high mis-demeanor and subject to a fine of not more than $10,000, or imprisonment not exceeding five years, or both. A young Parisian artist, Jules Ronaud, has killed himself in Algiers because Amelie lihei (.'hauler jilted him while they wero studying to-gether in Paris. Her rebuff failed to dampen his ardor, lie followed her to Algiers, renewd Ins conrtship and received his final conge on last Friday. The eastbound passenger train on the Northern Pacific was wrecked near Noxon yesterday morn-ing. The cars were all burned except two sleep-ers. Express Messenger Miles is missing. It is supposed he is burned to death. Two emigrant passengers, two lady tourists, one child, baggage master, postal clerk and porter were injured. Secretrry Noble has rendered a decision in n case involving the question of the right to make soldiers' additional homestead entry. The secre-tary decides the question in the negative, and says that by construing soldiers' the homestead act as a whole, it is clear that congress did not intend the privilege grunted to the soldier to lie subject to baiter and sale, or assignment to an-other, Among the bills introduced in the senate yes-terday and referred was one by Morrill, to es-tablish an educational fund from the proceeds of public land sales; by Faulkner, to give a pension of $2000 a year to the widow of General Crook; also, a joint resolution by George to amend the constitution, so as to empower congress U mako all laws necessary to suppress combinations in restraint of trade or production and to prevent transactions that create mouoiiolies or increase or depross prioos of commodies.