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r""" .f""'. " - ' ! SALT LAKE EYENIN6 TIMES. - - 1 TheTium' Telephone number is 481. ! Theollico of Tun Times is located at No. 12 I Commercial street. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2G, 1800. THE CITY SOLONS. Action of the Council Last Evening on Several (Jul to Important Matters. THE MUNICIPAL GAS STOCK'. Its Sale Ordered aid the Mayor to Ad-vertise for Bids and Prop-ositions. The city oinuoil met in rngnlnr session last evening, Mavnr Scott in the chair. Petitions were presented as follows: For the extension of tiie waterworks malum for a bridge the width of the street Rfross the North Temple aqueduct on West Temple street; asking Mint the grade of the sidewalks side of Houth Temple street, be-tween Second anl'rhird East, be nstHlilisheil; for relief from a water tax sale by Catherino Morris, a poor widow sixty-si- x ears of age; asking that the Halt bake city and Jordan canal bo llumod across Seventh Kust street, it being dangerous in its present condition; by Thomas (I. Hywator, asking tlfiUO for injuries received from the cav-ing in of a (travel lied in which he was working last Novemlierj asking permission to Hume a portion oi me canal mnnuiif uiruuKii block 45, plat B; by tho Hio (irande Western Hal I way company, asking tiermission to occupy a portion of Hixth We--t stroet, from Sec-ond bouth to Third Month, without interfering with third Bouth. which at that point is called the county road, and without wishing to inter-fere with any sln et running east or west, and in consideration of which privilege the company pronoun to grade a"'l gmvel Heventh West, from Hecond South to Fourth Bouth; Second South, from intersection with Bovonth Wost to Fifth Houth; fourth South from bixth to Seventh WestSJroforred to a siiecinl committee on fire, the mayor added; by residents on First East street, asking that their neighborhood be properly lighted; asking that certain streets within tho fire limits be pnved; by A. C. Voung and L. 1). Hardy, asking that Eighth Bouth street be opened; by 1 . 1). Kelly and others, to lie to lay private water pipes; by Wiscomb & Co. nnd a large number of others, asking the abolition of fruit nnd candy stands on the puh-li-o streets; by the Liberal band, asking permission to give Pnnilny Bacred con-certs; asking that Vine street be proixirly graded and thai, certain buildings thereon lie removed; lor me improvement, m uiw Bnimm.. u.,m. South street Is'tween Fifth nnd Eighth West and Hixth and Seventh West; that First West between Seventh and Eighth South lie put in proper repair. All of these petitions wore properly referred, Tho following ielltions were tabled: Asking that a system of gnrli-ag- e wagons ho established, ncd ono object-ing to the leasing of Washington miliars. A n asking iwrmisaion to lay a cobblestone cros-sing across Main stroet, from the Hooper & Klilreilge building to Johnson, Pratt & Co. 6., was granted. .. The city attorney reported that ho thonglit the council had full power to compel the railroad companies to put their tracks iu good condition wlionvor they run npun the public streets. Adopted. The city surveyor and street snporvisor re-ported adversity on the proposition to grade the street next to Back street and north of the cap-it-giounds, but nwouimcndcd that Back street lie continued and made passable throughout its length. Adopted. The city surveyor also reported that the grades of First South east and tho street car track were identical. The extension of the wnler mnins, liegmnlng at a point of connection oorner of West Temple and Fourth South streets, and running thence west-ward one block; on Second West from North Templ.i to First North; on First South from Heventh to Ninth Hast, and on J street between Second and Third streets, running south a block and a half, with laterals half a block ca.it and west on Second street, was ordered. The recorder notified tho council that Coun-cilor Colin, Supervisor Paul and the elevon re-cently appointed policemen had qualified, Buporiiiloiidont Ottinger submittal estlmatos for the cost of extending the water mains, us follows: On South Temple street, from presold terminus between P and i) streets, six and one-hi-blocks, flliriO; on B street north from pres-ent main on Sixth street, JAM); on Fourth street, from proposed extension on Fourth street be-tween li and It streets, then south on T Btrect to midway between First nnd South Temple, $atfiU; on Second West, from First North to midway w Iween Second and Third North, $1750; on Twelfth street, from Bouth Temple southward, touiidwny I etween Third and Fourth South, $2x(H); on Sec-ond Bouth, from between Ninth and Tenth East, to bet wien Tenth and lOleventh, with laterals on Tenth Esnt, $1I(K); on F, from present terminus, Isitween Heventh and Eighth, to midway between Kighth and Ninth streets, $000 Adopted, and the extensions ordereil. A resolution was adopted nuthoriring the sale of the city gas stock to the highest bidder. 1), W Hunter was granted the privilege of building a bridge across the Ninth street canal. The grade of First North between East and West Temple streets was ordereil established; and the petition asking that the grade of Twelftli East street lie esUibiishiHl was iiIbo granted. The street supervisor will report the estimated cost of putting Fifth South street in good re-pair. The marshal was autliorir.ed to employ five ad-ditional policemen, anil also to purchase two patrol wagons. The street committee recommended that tho Salt Lake Itapid Transit company ho granted n franchise over certaiu streets uslted for. Ordered printed. Architects are llow figuring on the probable cost of tiie Joint public building, and will soon givo the committee such information as is needed to report. The city surveyor was Instructed to obtain plans nnd grades of South Temple street from Third West to the military reservation, with the viuw of macadeniizing said street and paving the south sidewalk. The mayor and committee on public Rrollndg were inst ructed to urge upon the hoard of direc-tors of the Deseret Agricultural nnd Mauufactnr-iu- g society and tiie board of regents of the uni-versity, the advisability of converting such land as was .now occupied by them nnd not used for buildings nnd parks, in conformity with the trusts by which they held the land. The ordinance creat ing the ollico of city scav. eager wiU come up for tinal action next Tuesday; ami the ordinance creating and defining the duties of the ollico of city ougineer was deferred pending print iur. The following roiolutlon was adopted: Whereas. The members of this council are ad-vised and believe that the deep cutnearthe point of the mouutain south of this cit.v (made bv the Kio (irande railway cnmimny to. provide a joint passage through the hill (or the said company's track and for the waters of the Jordan and Salt Lake city canal), la uns:ifo on account of tho many vertical sides theritif, which, in the opinion of t his council, arc liable to cave or slide into tie. said canal and obstruct or entirely stop the flow of water along its channel; nnd Whereas, ony such obstruction or stoppage would result in reat injury to tho inhabitants of this city, and in licw of the near approach of tho season for irrigation, and the limited time re-maining in which to properly execute the work; therefore be it Unsolved, Thnt the lllo Grande Western Ilnil-wa- y company be required to flume or otherwise cover or protect the sidd canal for the entire dis-tance through the said out, against any such pos-sible accident and in such a manner as will re-store the said canal to its original safe condition iiudtotho acceptance of the Jordan and Salt Lake City ('anal conitiauy and the city surveyor associated, ami that, tho said railway company be requested to begin the work at once and prosecute the same with all rouaormhlo luihto in order that the PumU limy not remain riianbloil for ob lifter the accustomed Hcason therofor shall have arrived. The mayor was instructed to advertise for palo all the city'tt interest in tho iw company, Baid fldvertinoineiittt to run at leant thirty days, the oily reiwviiiK the rinlit to reject any or all bitU. The mayor was nlno authorized to receive prop-ositions for the purchiiHo of aa Htock. The fmanco cominittt o will rejtort at tho next meet in of t he council what Halunea shall bo paid to appoint! vo officers. I COMING JiVUNTS OF THE WElilC WEDNESDAY. I "Evangolino" at tho Grand. THUBSDAY. ' "Evangeline" at tho Grand. ' "The Mountebank," Frod Wardo, Salt Lake theater. i "' Chamber of commerce meeting. FBIDAY. "Damon' and Pythias," Frod Wardo, Salt Lake theater. ; SATURDAY, ; "Ilichard III," Fred Ward, Salt Lako theater. S011 111 ADDITIDN. Now On the Market. LOCATION: Cor. Tenth South and Ninth East. ON TIIE CITY LIMITS, TWO MILES FROM P. 0. LOTS FROM $400 TO $600. THE SITUATION IS GRAND. Overlooking the Valley. Call Early and Get Choice of Lots. CHOICE RESIDENCE. BUSINES3 AND ACREAGE PROPERTY. BURTON, lOlSMCK & CO., Sole Agents, 269 S. Main St. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 209 Main Street, Just North of Postofflce. RESIDENCES. No. 197. 2x10 rods, now house of 5 rooms, i South, East $ 3,500 No. 218. 5x10 rods, small house, corner 5th and K streets 5,000 No. 221. 4x10 rods, house, 1st South, West 3150 No. 211. 3x10 rods, house, 3d South bet. 7th & 8th East ,50u No. 205. 76JxlG5 ft., house, completely furnished, 8th South be-tween Cth and 7th East 6,500 No. 217. 5x10 rods, small houa , er J and Cth streets 4,000 No. 182. 4x10 rods, hou e, Cth East, north of 3d South 0,500 No. 199. 49x330 ft., an elegant stone front brick residence, 10 rooms, com-pletely furnished, south frcnt, on 1st South 25,000 No. 177. 25 rods, 2 small houses that will rent for $30 a month, 5th East on car line 3,500 No. 179. 3x5 rods, brick house of 5 rooms, 3rd street 4,500 No. 172. 5x5 rods, new brick house, 1st, between L and M streets. . 6,250 No. 171. 4x10 rods, small house, 3rd West, botween 7th and 8th South 3,000 No. 100. 10 rods frontage, fine brick house, 14 rooms 14.00C No. 107. 2xl0 rods, new frame house, 4th East, between 5th and Cth South 4J5C No. 101. 2x12, brick house, barn, etc., 0th East, between 2d & 3d South 4,500 No. 1G2. 2x10 rods, brick house, 7 rooms, barn, cellar, city water, etc., East Bench 4.50C No. 103. 2x10 rods, 4 room Brick house, flowing well 4,000 No. 7. 2JxlO, 4 room House on North Bench 1,000 VACANT PROPERTY. Chheapest Lota in the city in Lako View subdivision on 9th 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, Plat D $ 6,000 No. 225. 2x10 rods, 1st W. bet. Cth and 7th S., a fine building spot 3,000 -- T . tnn J irt - Dtl. CI nil. nnlmKIT. O .lOO Federated Trntles. The following resolutions are pub-lished by tho authority of the Brewers' Union No. 1 of Salt Lake City: At a regular meeting of tho Utah Federated Trades nnd Labor Council, held March 0, 1890, in accordance with instructions from the American federation of labor, the fol-lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That in the senso of this council that all workingmen abstain from drinking snab boor, and withdraw all patronage from those who handle any of the following Now York pool beor: Anheusor, Busch & Co., St. Louis; Wm. J. Lomps, Westorn Brewery, St. Louis; Phillip Best (I'ubst) Brewing Co., St. Louis; Jos. Schliti Urewing Co., Mil-waukee, Wis. And it is further Resolved, That those resolutions be published in the leadirg papors of tho territory. R. O. Sleatkh, President. LoiiF.NzoCi: t;ii.i'T, Secretary, skal. 1o. iwu. ttxiu rout om o. uetttpeu ouuxwu-- ,vaj No. 227. 39x115. right of drive' 7th between D and E 2,000 No. 190. C;x5 rods, parrs of Lots 1 and 4, Block 28, Plat D 1,500 No. 191. Lot 3, Block 24, Plat P 10,000 No. 189. Lot 1, Block 19, Plat P 12,000 No. 180. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, RIock 103, Plat C 12,500 No. 181. Lots 7 and 8, Block 103, Plat C 0,000 No. 159. 2x7J rods, one-hal- f block from car line, North Bench 2,500 No. 143. 4x10 rods on 5th West 3,250 No. 100. 5x10 rods 3rd South East 4,500 No. 118. 5x10 rods on J, 8th nnd 9th street 2,500 BUSINESS PROPERTY. 24x100 ft. on Main, below Co-o- p (per foot) 8 1,000 50x1 12 ft on Star st., north of st South (per foot) COO No. 149, CCxl73 ft., 18 Room House, on 2nd East, 1st and Second South (per foot) 350 No. 122. 49,x105 ft., 1st West, south of 3rd South (per toot) 235 ACREAGE. No. 200. 45 acres, 2J miles from P. O. (per acre) 1,000 No. 200. 99x25?4 acres, Improved on Mill Creek, 7 miles from Temple.. .. 8,500 No. 183. 10 acres, lot 3, blk 39, 10 acres, Plat A 5,500 No. 108. 100 acres, Improved, 10 miles from P. 0 7,500 No. 153. 133 acros, flnoly Improved, on Jordan, 9 milos from City (per acre) 100 Watch Our List forNew Properties. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. HEAL ESTATE SXAl'S. No Trouble to Show IN'iipcrly Call and See Us. 10x10 rods corner of 10th and K, facing south ana west. Price, $30JO;$050 cash, $800 sixty dajs, 1500 in oin year at 8 per cent. 55x105 south front Cth So. bet 1st and 2d East, 8100 por foot. 80 acres on State road eight miles out, $175 per acre. This is a snap. Lots in Jennings addition, $200 por lot. Lots Nelson & Early's fiddition. Look them up. 0x14 rods So Enst, part lot 1 block 155, plat A; price $30(X). Lot 0 block 115 plat A, price $1500, half cash, bal 1 year. 0 lots in Heath subditi.icn, 000 per lot. Lots 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8. 9, 10, in block 24, Geneva addition, 12 K) per 1 wo lots. 54x105 feet, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat l' with brick ootttigo of 4 rooms and 2 closets; fruit trees and grape vines; no finor view inihecity; on 0th South, ljotween 10th and 11th East. Price, $1000. 53x105 foot, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat F, with brick cottage and 2 closets; line view; on 0th South, be-tween 10th and 11th East. Price, 1000. E:u-- l hulf of block 110, plat D, $1200; good lorms. 1 Slock 111, plat D, $20,000; good terms, lllock 139, plat D,a 14,000; good terms. Lot 2, block 111, plat 1), $1950; one-thir- d cash. Lot 3, block 111, plat D, $1750; one-thir- d cash. 99x132 feet, east part of lot 4, block 38, plat C. Price, $4500; balance 1 and 2 years. 3Jx7 rods, middlo of lot 8, block 29, plat 15, on 10th East, between 4 nnd 5lh South, faces east, $1950; good terms. All of lot 3 and west half of lot 4, block 28 plat G, $3500; good terms. 5x10 rods, part of lot 8, block 11, plat F, $2250; good terms. 10x13 rods 2nd East and 7th South, 10 rods faces west and 13 rods faces south; $18,000, very good terms. 10x20 rods, 0th and 7th South, faceB south and west. Price $20,000, good terms. 50x150 feet, with new brick cottage, 4 rooms and 2 closets; $2500. Have two of these alongside of east other on 7th West. 20 rods on 7th West, bet. 7th and 8th South; $100 per rod; nice high land. 300 lots in Sulphur Springs will close out at low figure. 100 acres in sec. 8, township 1 north, range 1 west, 24 miles from city limits, at $75 per acre small cash payment and good terms. 120 acres in sec. 8, 1i miles from city limits, $00 per acre; 320 acres in Biime soction,$50 per acre small cash payments and good terms. Lot 1, blk 187 $1750, U cash, bal. G, 12, 18 months, 0 per cent. Only April 1st. Lot G, 7 West Tem-ple add. Price $1100. Cash $500, bal. on time. W. IT. White & Co., 75 E. 3rd South Stroet.! I J. A. IHorlitn & Soim. Parties w anting to buy property of any descrij t:on will save money by call-ing on us. We have a line list of busi-ness nnd residence property that cannot be equaled for location, pricoand terms. Wo have nioro lino cornors thun any-body and soveral tracts of acreage suit-able for platting close in. Call and see us boforo buying. J. A. Mo ulan & Sons, 3-- tf 13 W. Second South St. . Just received atS.S. Dickinson & Co.'s, corner of Alain nnd Third South streets, a car load ot Kansas corn-fe- d beef, to-gether witli spare ribs and pork tender loins. Lynch & McCarroll, First Door South of Postofflce, REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Block 8 Lnke View Subdivision at a bargain. Capital Hill lots at $1,C00 each. Lots in Plat "C" $250 each. A beautiful home on 3d South, GxlO rods, only ?G,000. 4 Eat Meat, Mont and Heat. The Fulton Meat Markot, at No. 16 west 3rd South street, is in dtily receipt of choice Kansas ted l)oef, vonl nnd pork. Call and net what you want, and the very best in the market. George McDonald, Prop'r. . Pembroke quick job printer. DAVIS k STRINGER O O OO O OO'O oo o oo oo leal Mate anil Invdmeofe. 'lOOOOOOUOOOOOO o Business Property, Resiflence Lots, Acreage o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OUR MOTTO : Show Only Bargains & Property that Can be DeliYered with Cei taint O Q.0 o o o o o o o o o o o o T. A. Davis," J. M. Downing, J. T. Stringer, W. W. Stoddard, J. H. Watts, William Hixon, Alfred E. Duncan, Miss C. Watkins, J.J. Alter, Booli-heep- er and Conveyance?', Office, 23 W. Second South Streel Second Door East of the Cullen Hotel. Wo Still Lead In ofTdring the cheapest, largest and best improved lota on the market, within the city limits, in Prospoot Park. Nice resi-dences, sulioolhouse ana shade trees al-ready there. Terms, 825 cash nnd $10 per month, no interest. Od the 1st of April the price on these lots will be ad-vanced $50 ?ach. Buy now and secure a choap homo. We have no outside agents. Careful selections made for outsido parties. B. A. M. Fkoisktii A Co., 70 K. 2d South st. Bargains! If you want Snaps in Business, Residence or Acreage Proerty call on C. F. WANTf.A N D, 201 South Main St. - Abernathy & Tl ramies, 75 W. 1st South, offer foi salo: 10 acres on Mill creek, good water right, 83500, on easy terms. 4x20 rods, part ot lot 1, block 155, pint A, &1200. 80 acres, East Bench, $12" per acre. 79x105 feet, part of lots 1 and 2, block (57, plat D, $()500. 50x130 feot, lota 38 and 39, block 20, plat C, $1000. 4;)xl01 feet, block 43, plat B; house, brick barn, $4200. 50i'axll5 feet, block 44, plat D, 81000. 30V4x82J feet, on 2d East, 83200. 2x10, East, between 1st and 2d South, 12500. 4x10, 5th East, $1500. 2!4x7, 8th East, $3000. 50x135 feet, Liberty Park mid, $1000. Auction. Auction, On Thursday, March 27, at 11 n. in., No. 135 E, First South street. House of eight rooms, elegantly furnished from parlor to kitchen. Don't in iss it. Anduews & Rkinsima-!- , ( Auctione rs. - )f Great t'se. The real estato agents' directory, to be printed on enrdboard, and hung in the ollices and public places of the city. Star safeties, the bost wheel on earth Pembroke, ngent. Investigate Below. 3x10 on 2d S, elose to 5th E. 5x20 on 5th S, bet 8th nnd 9th E. 2x12 on Cth E, bet 3d and 4th S. 2x10 on 7th st, bet I and J. 25 acres S W, 5 A, P B. ' 5 acres N W in sec 20. J. W. Brunek & Co. Room 4, 247 South Main. For the liest meats in the city, go to W. E. 1). Burnett's, at 59 East Third South stroet and you will rind them. Practical Watchmakers, Adolph Hauerbach & Sons. All work warrinted. No. 10 E. First South st. Choice maple syrup, the finest in the land, Hainoiid's choice hams and bacon, new goods nnd choice fruits arriving every dav at U. B. Uurst's, 72 and 74 E. Second South 6treet. Wo have S50,000 to lonn on real estate. Fine brick land cheap. Call uud.see our acreage. We have snaps. Call and see lots in Nelson & Early's subdivision. The above property is sale by W. 'H. White & Co. The Mikado Will havo a clearance auction salo from Thursday evening at C:30 until furthor notice, to make room for spring goods. 44 East First South stroet. Now Styles in jlillinen May be seen at Mrs. II. Christy's, No. 31 West First street. Now novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received. Tho best lot of corn-fe- d beef ever brought to the city can now l had at S. S. Dickenson & Co., cor. Main and 3rd South Btreet. . Lincoln Park Still leads. Look up its advantages o buying lots in other additions. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main Street. Boys' and girls' bicycles Pembroke, agent. Grand Millinery Kecrplion. Mine. Lamb has returned from New York with the finest and best selected assortment of tino miliiuery ever shown in this city. The ladies should not fail to see the magnificent display Thursday, March 27, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Parisian Mila.inf.ky Parlors, 20 Main street. Worth Invcsticating. 3x10, 4th West bet. 4th nnd 5th South brick, 85,000, verv easy terms. 4x10, 11th East, bet. Brigham aud 1st South, brick, $5,500. 53x105 ft., 0th South bet, 10th and 11th East, brick, $1,000. 10x115'.; ft., 3rd South bet. Cth and 7th East, $5,(XX . 74l.2xluO ft., cor. facing Liberty Park, $5.(XK). Eight full lots in plat D from $1,500 to $2,000 ench. Four 40 aero tracts over Jordan, 875 per acre. We have a lnrce list of acreage for platting, improved nnd unimuroved property in ail parts of the city. L. B. Smith & Co., 22 Fast Second South street. Call and fee my new line of Spring Suiting Worsted Pantaloonings, etc. W. A. Tayixir, 45 E. 2d South St. WE HANDLE Business, Residence aefl Country Proper!) IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED. Prof'nhinlti?buySr11R'Rlty'had better Bee us. Our motto: "Sm Correspondence tsolicited. W. L BARRET & CO. 207 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, Ttah. Mrs, Christy, tho Milliner, Has her grand opening Wednesday, March 20th. 31 West First South. If you want fresh meats and the very best in tho market, go to S. S. Dicken-son & Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street. Call nnd see our friend F. X. Uhrlaub for real estate barRains, he has them sure. No 9, W. 2nd So. strcot. A liberal contract will be made with an honest, capable life solicitor as "special agent" Utah and Wyoming. Call or address B. B. Mann, rooms 21 and 22, Culmer Block, Salt Lake, Utah. . Star bicycles Pembroke, agent. TUESDAY'S TUAN8FERS. The following real estato transfeis were filed for record yesterday: H Balder et al to J E Dooloy, 100 eq rd It t bl 81 pi d oor d and L sts $ 0000 E A. Smith to Utah Title, lnmiranoo and Trout Co, so or bbc U 1 1 n r 1 w 80.000 B H Merrill to W II Oabbert, 10 rd by 45 ft It 0 bl 55 pi a 2d between id and ltd E ate 15,250 D A Engler nnd wife to W It JoneH, jr, 8x 10 rd ft 1 bl H3 nl o 1200 H A Woolley and wife to Alice Perkins, nw qr sec 28 1 1 sr 2 w 200 C E Aiken to W P Woodruff, aU of It 6 bl 9j1 f 8500 H T Winket and wife to T E Green, x 15 ft It 1 bl I- I- pi a 1500 W Li Price and wife to J H Winslow, all of It" bl 2 Khrich's subdivision bl 30 pi f 4000 Elizabeth A 8 Naishitt to Lorilla L Home et al, 810 rd It 4 bl 8 pi d 4150 J Mclntyre to F W Little, 4x10 rods, lot 8 blkO, plat 1) 4200 D II Well, mayor, to Hannah Leigh, 7 rods and 2 ftxO rods, lot 4, blk 50, pi c. 1 ET Ayer etal to A L Williams, all of lota 17 and 28, Kinney & (tourley's plat 2000 It M Scottand wife to A L Will mum, all of lota H, , 111 and 12, blk 0), Kinney & (Jourley's plat 175 L D Kinney to A L Williams, part of lot at, block 00, Kinney & (iourley'a plat.. 1500 J A JohnBon and wife to (1 A all of lota 8 and block 2, W I) Hiihdivu.. 650 J A Johnnon and wife to (1 A Spencer, all of lotn 12 and 22, blk 2, b Ik 2, Wobt Drivo subdivision 450 J Johnson nnd wife to Emily II Wixsl- - mansee, .'.xll1,. rods, lot 1, blk (HI, pi d 2000 L Htulz to J Hougley, 1121-10- 0 shares class H, Mill creek stream 5 M H Williams wf to II 8 Phillips, all of lota 12, 18 and II bl 0, Arlingtone Hta wld 2300 M IJimnellan to II F Hohrer, part of lot 9 bl 25, Brighton farming pi 1000 II F Hohrer to J H Hamilton, part of lot 9 bl 25, Brighton farming pi 1800 J H Blair to W 11 (irant, all of lota 2 to 8 bl 1, Blnlr A Curtis sub 5500 A H Kendall ot al to P McEvoy, 5x8 rds lot 1 hi Mule 2000 D N Clark to Heluin (Jromar, 3x10 rda Jot 8 bl 28 pi f 2500 W KoixTt et al to W Cauerty, lota 15 and 10 bU, Hoberts' add 575 L Uviait wf to II L A Culmer, part lot 1 bl 132 pi a 1 M A Campbell et al to W H BcIIh, 5x8 rda lot 4 1)150 pi b Sim C A North et al to II K North, aw qr of boo 83, tplB, rle 2 J A Johnson wf to C M Chopp, lot 21 bl 2, West Drive sub 200 J A Hniuh to Harriet Hnigh. 7x10 roils It 5 bl 14 pi a 1 11 II Hcottel to U M Lund, pint of bl 25 pi t 4000 It Zwicky and wf to F Dungerd all of It 2 bl 1 liosedale subdivision 250 B Zwicky nnd wf to F Dungord, all of It 1 b 1 Uosedalo subdivision 300 Mary A H Smith to II A Mcltae, 4x0 rods It 2 1)143 pi a 8200 J A Johnston and wf to T E (ireene, all of lots 10-- bl 2 West Drive subdivision 6050 Ca'herino It (lilhcrt to Harriot A Par-tridge, all of lots 7 and 8 bl 117 pi o 4000 J (ieoghegan to J T Donnollan, sw qr seo 10 tp 1 e r 1 o 18 A Hpeirs to L A Allen, part of lot 5 bl 20 pi f 500 L ! Young to L Hcanlim, all of It 3 bl 12 pi d cor 1st and B sts 11.500 J I) Hhatfer et al to E Kulpin, all of lots 10 to 17. bl 4, Terrace Heights addition. 8U(I E H Sheets to L A Tiermnn, half of lot 1, bl 90 pi D 8725 F H Dyer and wifo to W 8 McCornlck, northeast quarter of section 27, town-ship 1 north, range 2 went, 80,000 J Liiipmnn anil wife to Sarah MeCornick, 4x7 rials lot 1 hi 25 pi U 2350 J (iermns toT McEvoy et al., 4x10 rods, lot II bl 17 pi A 1000 Ann ICIarlh to E (1 Strnud ot al., 3x0 rods, lot 2 bl INI pi A 2250 Bnrah A Daft to Allen T liil.'v. all of lots 17 and 18 bl 1, Heath's sulslivisiuii 1100 WT Birksand wife to H Hrhultz, all of lot 2 bl 4, City Park subdivision 7110 Total 12311,2511 WANTS. '. If yon wont help, If yon want to rent a honso, If you want to sell a lot, If yon want a situation, If yon want anything, Advertise in The Times "Want Column." ? , OITV CIKCUI.ATION. The Times mnnnsoment is making every effort possible to have the pajior delivered promptly and regularly in every part of the city. Any com-plaint about the delivory if sent to thiBoHico will be attended to at once. LOCAL KKKVITIES. ! Bishop Hamilton, of Mill Creek, will bo tried tomorrow before CommiHMioner Wolcott, on tho : charge of assaulting J. F, Hill, at a meeting on March 4. The bishop bounced Hill out of the ' ecliiHil house because lie was creating some little ' disturbiuce. 1. There are now on file with the siieretiiry of the chamber of commerce twelve now applications ' for membership awaiting election by the direc-tors at their next meeting. This mnkes a total of forty-on- e new memburs siuoe the 21th ilay of ' February. ''i There will bo n meeting of Hie Polytechnic Bo. ciety of Utah to hear the report of the committee on conslitution and at the chamber of commerce, 'J'hursiiity, at 4::t p.m., March 27, 1M1KI. K, A full attwidance is reqnested, as it is hoped to rtlect n permiinent orguuizution. M. B. llanaucr, I aocrcUiry pro tain. i. , AT TIIK IIOTKLH. Following aro tho arrivals registered since ., midnight and up to 2 o'clock this afternoon: " ME'nioroi.iTAN J H Drndish, H A Bakor, V Sioux City; A L Youngaud wife, Provo. "' Vai.i.ky fiotJSK-l'- at O'Brien, Chicago: C l Brooks, Boston: C Ht John, St John, Kan; T H ,' Beck, Butte, J E Wise, IVovo; Alonzo Daw and i; wife, Idaho, and J M Bell, Kansas City. t'liu.KN House-E- il K Bradley and T B Allen nnd wife. Chii'iipi; George Bennett, Evaiiston, Wy; lleiij Hiicliman, I'rovo, and John Ludwig, $ Winona, Minn. Wiii tk lloiwu-- J fl Boss nnd wife, Klmberly, Houth Africa; C W I'apst, Deaforlh, Canada; J It tlrnnl, Luchii, Cannihi; John Leonard and WJ i Mniitagiie, Denver. 1' Itodcn nnd wife. ' Tacomn; (I V Corliitt, Tnopi, Minn., and t! W Brown, i Spokane Falls. Continental J J B (losselin, Notre Dame de j Htanbrii., Camilla: I) I! McLaughlin, J M Wil- -; liams, Park Cityj W II Burger and wife, Miss ' Olive Iewis, Miss Florence I'wis,W J Ijowis, Pittsburg, I'a; JameB W Colley, Denver: Joseph 3 Iliitton, Kalamazoo; F P Taylor, Kansas City; J B llhii k, ilailey, Idaho; J It Miiniock and wife, fain A Steele, Chicago; O D Banilall, Bt Louis. '1 Cmft Hoi'sk E W (ireen, ligan; Bohn Kraft, lilalio; B K Chapman, K V Thomas, Jounpitown, ;f Ohio; F II Bclt.nian, Chicago; O 1 ('anen, i llapids, Iowa: W I! Keniinrd. A M Marshall, ; Own liver, Utah; L W Curry. HarroilHbiirg, Ky: '' L W Close, Pittsburg; J F Barker, Atlantic, la; J v. F Hiniih, Han Francisco; John Hwan, North Caro-- liim;T It KinMian anil family, Evaiiston, Wy; J 1) r Mahue, Iowa; H L Johnson and wife, Cheyenne; ;i l)r II Hunter, New York. S Walxkii House II II Hniitli nnd wife, fit. Catherine's, Canada; J A Burnet and wife, New York; William T Halon and wife. Piltsbnig; Aliss Allen, Cincinnati; Newman Essick, Ban : Diego; It II Mclloberls and wife, Ilnfus C Hall. ' wifeand child, li H Matthieson and wifts anil j A 11 Dodge, Chicago; M Deso and wife, and W (I Hatclielor, Engiimil; J M Stanley Jr, and J W ': Foley, New York; Mrs J II (iillette, Marquette, Mieh.;Thomas d Pellury, J.iverpiMil, England; Alextiuder Badhim, Sim Francisco; A E Cotz- - liausfn, Milwaukee; William ljaramie, Wyo,, and C h Fowler, Blonehoilse, MasB. AT MIIKKTV ONCE MOItH. Pardoned by the Oovcrnor "After Serving Jl'our Years of u Seven JVcnrs Sentence. J. T. Harrington nnd Denis Sullivan, convict-ed of lieing implicated in the lynching of Joe Fisher, who killed James Connor, four years ago, wore pardoned by Governor Thomas yester-terda- Six menj were triid end convicted of this crime at the t nmo time, and of these throe havo now been nrdoned, Phil Green having previously obtaini d Governor West's pardon af-ter serving eight mout hs. Both Harrington nnd Btilllvnn still maintain their iullocence of the crime for which they have suffered, and declare that they also lielieve in the innocenco of Patrick Heagan, John (uinlan and Patrick Harrington. They siieak in the highest temiB of Warden Amo., who they say used them well, as he does all prisoners. It was through the untiring efforts of Messrs. Martin Lannan, Powers, Murphy and ll'imerons others that the governor was induced to consider Harrington nnd BuUivau tho victims ot circumstantial evi-dence. KNOCKING FOH AOMISStOV. rropoKed Kimhlinjr Avtn lr New Mcxleo and Arizona. Wahiiinoton, Mnrch 20. The house committee on territories htld meeting for the purpose of eonhldoriiitf the to provide nn enabling net for New Mexico. After discussion, a resolution was adopted by n party vote, jirovidiliR that fur-ther consideration of t ho bill bo postponod, nnd a of fiVo bo appointed to consider the prnpHoty bf reporting to the full committee an enabling act under which New Mexico may le added under tho constitution prepared at tho constitutional convention at Hanta l Oct. 'Hil. The bill for an enabling act for Arizona wnrj also referred to the same KKHONAfj i Hansford Smith, of the Ogden law firm of i fcniith & Smith, was in tho city today, ) Frank W Gove, engaged in reel estate business i at Denver, is here with the intuition of invest. j in- - Vr. A. E. do llicolcs, of Tonsoy do Bicqles, left this morning for a ten duaV trip to Chicago and Detroit. i James W. Mcliean, of Colorado Springs, nnd formerly steward of the Coidincntnl, is visiting i Ids old Bait Lake friends. T. J. Wyche. civil engineer in charge of the v Union Pacific waterworks, at. Bock Springs, ! Wyoming, is ill the city, a guest, at the Coutinen- - tal hoUl. J H. N. Bradley, a gentleman engaged in mer cantile pursuits at Boulder, Colo., is in tno city :, with n view to investment. Mr. Brnilley ex-presses himself as charmed with Salt Lake, t Hiss Jessie Dny, n young lady of fine business Ideas and a teacher in t he Kinerson school at i Denver, has come to Salt. I jko to invest her cap-ital. Miss Day Is delighted with the city, but ' thinks that the streets and sidewalks need imme-diate attention, wherein she is sensible. Isaac Berlin, a wealthy real estate denier of J! Denver, is in Halt Lako with tho purpose of Isi-- ;j coining a purchaser of realty, Mr. Berlin is lir:fi;l interested in property st Palmer Ijike, ,' Colo., and he will lawoino a permanent, resident T of this city if he can induce his wifo to come I I'Cro, 1 Lieutenant, C, II. Cochran. 1th infantry, U. S A., is visiting Salt Lake for recreation, ileisae-- 1 1 oimpanied by his wife. Lieutenant Cochrnn is lit present stationed at Camp Pilot Butte, Hock Springs, Wyoming, and reports tho detachment in fine order and us comfortable and contented 'I as is possible under the circumstances utteudiug s military life at a mountain outpost. i amcskmknts. "evanbklink" at the oband, "Kvangelino" drew another good honseattho flrand last evonlng, and the audience was well pleased. Fortescuo, tho prima donna, is simply immense. The scenery, the mnsic, the pretty girls, good dancing, and fair singing, all go to make an enjoynhle entertainment. "Kvangelino" will be given again this evening. TIIK HATH) TRANSIT COMPANY. j Work on tbe Streots to be begun Within Three Weeks, ,i It will Ih seen by reference to the council pro. 1 codings last evening thnt the street committee I recommended thnt a franchise covering certain streets be granted the Halt Lako liapid Transit J company, and that tl e council ordered the ro- - j port lie priutiil. It is assumed that tho franchise ', asked for will lie granted, and Charles 11. Jack, :j the company's attorney, is authority for the statement that the company has ordered 200 tons J of steel rails, and that work will begin within ;l twenty days on tho Wost Tomplostroot liuo. The i company will use electricity as a motor, but it lias not yet been divided whether the power will ;i be transmittiHl from an overhead wile or carried in each car in the form of a storage battery. T - e Jiotlce of Removal. I have removed my oflice to corner of Main and Second South streets, room 20, second lloor over Union Pacitlc freight ollices, in Wasatch building, whore I shall be pleased to see my friends and patrons. Take the elevator. tf J. C. CONKLJN. , 4 j HO.V1K ItK'Il SI'KCIMKNS. !? lion County Coining to the Front In Fine $ Style. f" J. 11. Dupaix. who is heavily interested in mining property in Iron county, near Miners- - vi In, has presented the Chamber of Commerce sj with two very rich specimens of ore from his t mines. The first is from tho Monte Cristo mine nnd runs 735 ounces silvor, 4'4 ounces gold and 40 p- -r cent lead. The vein from which this eiHHimen was taken is from eight to twelve inches wide. The other specimen is from the same mine and runs 200 ounces silver, one ounce 4 gold and thirty per cent. lend. Htill nnolhor simple from the Amelia ni ne runs W0 ounces of silver, of one ounce gold and thnin s percent hyid. Sir. Dupaix represents the mining 3 interests of Iron county to be in a very tiourish- - ing condition, and rich strikes aro anticipated ! ussoon as the weather will admit of prospecting. A SPOUTING INTELLIGENCE. l'rospcct for a Kent Contest In Tills City. J nines Foley, representing Zick Abraham, man-ager for llillie Murphy and Austin liibbins, two feather-weig- celebrities, is ill the city endeav-oring to arrauge for a glove contest nnd public exhibition betwit'ii these two renowned clmm-pi'in- s. Mr. Foley was on of the seconds for Ike Veir, the ''Helfast Spider," in his contest with llillie INlurphy. the Australian, last Janunrv, under the nuspices of the yen Francisco Athletlo club, in which the Spider was defeated in four-teen rounds. He also seconded Austin (tibbins. who defeated Mike fuelling for the 1'ja.ponnd chsmpiorship of the world in New Jersey lest summer; and in thecoii'est between Frank Mur-phy and the Spider, at Kooti Indiana, last sum-mer, Foley acted as one of the former s seconds. TldBwasoneof the most stubbornly contested battles on nonl, the tight lasting from 1 o'clock a.m. until B:S0 a.m. F.ighty rounds were fought, which rosullisl ia a draw. Frank also fought llillie Murphy to a draw on another occasion, during tbe progress of which tight the hitter's left v.rist was broken, llillie Murphy and Austin (iibl.ins nrf now on their way to Knglnud, when' the former is matched to tight the feather-weig-champion of that Cviuntry. They will give sparring exhibitions along the route as far as New York. Suit Lake sporting men may have an opiMirlunity of judging of their prowess. They spar iu Ogden tonight. i AN IMMENSE SAFE Keeently Koceiietl by tin) ltauk of Salt Lake. lhirimr the pat four ftionths the Hank of Suit :J' Like has had in cmirse of construction an im- - iiu'Iibo steel safe which is intended for use in its new builiiin.f on Main street. The safe arrived yesterdav and wa placed temporarily under tiie pen n d siiervisiou of Mr. J. T. tialvin, of New iork, iu the present quarto of the bank pend-ing ieniov.il m'o the elegant new building. The safe is a magnilici'nt pieie of work aud w.is made by t'10 Mosler Bank Safe company. It is i known as tho "hcrew Disir," and is the first dnn-- 3 bio crinpartment to nrrivo iu Bait Lako. Hy double compartment" is meant that it has two J diafrs, each oisratcd by a time lock, which really make two separate and distinct safes. For con-- f vuience ilurinif the dev a combination lock is ingeniously adjusted in the rim outside without netrunie-tli- e r-- st plate "f I he door. Although these wifee have been in general nee throughout tho east and were h ...rdeu wm i.u.t.-- at u.e cenieuuial in '76 i hey have but recently come into use in Salt Li ke, ami the gentlemen of the Hank of Salt Lake are coiiKra'idating thniiselvcB uisin having one of the liucat and inojt safes in the count i y. People from Abroad. As showing the great interest that is taken in Salt liake City all over the world, the hotel registentl this morning show the name? of J. i. Koss and wife from the diamond fields of KimlsTly, South Africa; C W I'aist, J K (irant and It H Smith and wife from Canada, and M. Deso and wife, Thomas L Pellury and W (I HaU'helor from Fnglaml. Truly the world is growing very smell in this nineteenth century.