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piip THE SALT LAKE TIMES. jjjPTI VOL. 4. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1890. NO. 146. j Vi'c Can Deliver 4x18 roils on Cth S. near 8th W. now brick house, 4 rooms, summer kiU'lieu, facing north with street ot back, 81000; easy terms. 20x9 roils, block 12, plat F, facing east, 81200; splendid terms. 78x102 feet ou 3d South bet, 8th ami 9th East, house, 85500. 5x10 on 4th bet. K ami L, facing south (iood Ilnjs. 10x10, cor, Oth and I, faces south anil east; 4500. 10x10, cor. 3rd and b, faces south and north; 1200. 0x5 14, cor. 4th and F, faces north, 4 room brick house; 80000. 2 xlO. Xortn Temple, bet. 2nd and 3nl West; 3500. Choico acreage in 5 A P A, 5 A P n, anil 10 A P A, riie for platting. Desir-able lots in Lincoln Park, Grand View, Highland Park, and Park lloulevard ad-ditions. We do a strictly commission business. Call and see our list. Toiky ,fc Kicyi.t-H- , 279 S. Main St. brick house, 4 room", 85500. Lots 7, 8, t) and 10 in W F addition, 8100 each; good terms. J 5x10 on 10th East bet.Brigham and 1st . South, brick house, modern improvements, 815,000; easy terms. 7x10 rods on Oth South bet. 3d and 4th West, facing south 0000. 10x10 cor on K and iUh, facing north and west, $4250; easv terms. Block 118, plat D, $18000; cash. 12' acres in block 3, F. A. plat A; chenp. Lots 1 and 2, block 2, Hunter's subdi-vision, block 52, plat C, cor, facing south and east, on 8lh West and llazel streets, $1300; easy terms. W. W. PvIvks & Sons, 55 and 50 Wasatch liuilding. J. F. JACK, 235 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Salt Lake City, Utah. We can deliver the following de-scribed property. They are all , CHOICE PIECES with Perfect, title. i i' I) I) 11 O O O O 11 II l O I) O l u 10x10, a good house, 5 blocks from Chft house, 81200 a roil. A superb residence on iirighnm, near E St. A magnificent corner, 7 rods front. 3'a' blocks from St. James hotel. 80 acres of lino farming land with primary water right 12 miles south if city. Terms and prices of these properties will show unprecedented bargains. Fine 12 room house, about two blocks from Temple; easy terms. 10x10 lot 3, block 15, plat B; cheapest in the city. 5x3, house, cor. 1st and K Sts. A bargain. Our books show the largest and most desirable list of property in the city. J. 11. WllAUtN, Booms 12 and 13 Scott-Auerbac- h BUI. (;ooi)niv.s. A. M. Jillicit, 'it'.l Main Street. Corner of 4th S. and Oth E.. with 127 feet frontago on Oth 10., fronts X. and W. 3 dwellings, rent for $75; $7,800; $3,800 cash, mortgage $4,000, 2 years at 8 per cent. 00x105 ft. on 4th S., 0 rodB E of 1st E., $.3110 a foot. 411.,'xl05 ft. with brick dwell-ing. No. 011 S. on 1st West, $1,000; cash; prices good. For three days only. 140x150 foot corner Oth South and l'ark avenue, fronting Liliorty Park; $8000. 41,.ixlt!5 foot, on 1st North between 1st and 2nd West, faces south; good two-stor-house rents for $30 per month ; $45(4), 4,.)'.xllS'.; on 1st South between 8th and Oth West, faces south; $1250. 157 acres, nv ?.j section 0, town 1 s, range 1 w, $175 an aero. ( Iood terms. 40 acres east halt of east halt of n e ?. wo. 21, town 1 s, range 1 w; $2U) an acre. Terms $2000 wish, $2(XH1 in thirty days, $2500 in sixty days, balanco at 10 per ct. 171;T acres, lots 7, 8, 1) and half of 10, block'9, 5 A. P. U., wth good brick house (cost $2200), 8010 per acre: fa cash, bal-snc-at 8 per cent. 10 acres, lots 14, 15,1(1, block 3, 5 A. P. A., $1000 an acre. Terms, .j cash, balance at 8 per cont. 10 acres, half of lots 11 and 12, blo.'k 45, 10 A. P. A., $1200 an acre, $5,000 cash, balanco at 8 per cent. 1 Mi HAM HONNELl.AX, Ileal Estate Agents, 11 Y. 2nd Smith Street. Headquarters for East Bench prop-erty, liiiok at our list: 125 acres in. .Plat C, at. . $ 000 per acre 20 " Block 5 " 000 " 10 " (i " (i50 " 15 " 14 " 750 " 10 ' 15 " !KK) " 13 " " 27 " 10(H) " 27 " " 27 M 1000 " 10 " " 28 " 1200 " 5 lots in Inglewood add. at, . . .$500 each 10x12 cor 5th S. and 121 h E $ Imi 10x10 cor 4ih and 4th E 20,000 10x10 cor 3rd and ldlh E 12,000 330 feet front by 330 feet deep, near new hotel. East Side, at $100 per foot. Best buy in tho city. 8x20, block 20, 1st south 15,(XK1 170 acres over.Jordan. To ISore For Coal and Oil. Dknvkk, Col., March 21. A meeting was held at Monumont today which or-- , ganizod a stock company for tho purpose of boring for coal and oil in tho vicinity of Monument. Many prominent men of Pueblo, Denver, and Colorado Springs were present. Processor 1 laden of the United States Survep, in his map, locates a coal district directly tlirongh lbs town of Monument. Coal in large quantities has been found in many places in the vicinity of the town and now it has been docided to engago an exrort who will lo-cate the grounds upon which operations will at onco begin. Machinery will be purchased immediately, and a shaft one thousand feet deep will bo sunk at tho placo designated by the mineral oxbert. llarguliiH lu all classes of property. Union Land Co., Booms 8 and 0, Scott-Auerbac- Block. We have rod need our entire line of Haw Silk ami Plush Tablo Covers to ono half tho regular prico. The Lace House. . Call and sue our friend F. N. Uhrluub for real estate bargains, he has them iuro. No 0, W. 2nd So. street. To close about 1 0 0 0 Boxes or Parisian Linen and Extra Superfine Cream Wove Stationary at 9 cts a Box. Thispaprr was ninniifautured .., for u.'i, and iH usually Sold for 25 cts. Tho Lace Houso. Sixteen lots 10x10 rods in blocks 187, 180, 107 and 175, plat D. Easy terms. Apply to owners, A. J. White Real Estate Co., tf 34 E. Second South St. 1. 80 neivn within I miles of Pout-olllce- , Hiiiilliof rity. This in i lioicu land ami adjoins one of tho Uncut 8ii miner rcHoitu in Salt Lake valley. No pii'i'o on the market better united fur platting. Proponed Klectric car I i indirectly to it. Prico KIlO jkt acre, on easy paynientH. 2. 20 ncrcH within 3 miles of PoHtulllco, aodlhwcHt of city, pluttetl, at 1 150 per acre. 3. 15 acres of choico laml on East Bench, 3 J miles foutlicattt of city, lay 8 well, at JTriO per acre. 4. S2 1 x 1 (.5 feet, coiner, facing east ami nin th, on corner of 5th ami I h( recta; good new brick house of I room, hall, closets, cellar, city water, etc.; for 5,500, Easy pay-ment. 5. A lino building lot 57;xU5J feet facing east on Mil Hiwt street, just south of 5tli South, Nplemlid HlindiMiml fruit, for $3,250. Tlii U only one bkek from Electric car line, aiiil choice in every particular. (!. 11)5x1(15 feet on corner of M iiinl 2ml street, facing south ami cast, splendid view, city water, only 10 rods rom Electric car line. This la in a locality that will be ono of the best neighborhoods ill tho city; price JOdO per rod, with aliout J catth, balance in 18 months and 2 yearn. 7. IKIxlHlJ feet facing west on 2nd West street, just south of Houtli drive; Hiiitnblo for a home, for tOOU if closed ut once, j H. 821x105 feet, facing cast on 5th East street, Just south of lith South. On car line, for 5,500; easy payments. 1. 82Jxl32 feet, comer on 2nd West ami 7th North, on car lino and near the Warm ."jiring bathing re-sort, 5 room brick bonne. Price 5,000, on easy payments. Thin property will double in value in less than two years. 10. A choice building lot clime to Electric cars, facing cunt, gxl shade, etc,, 111x105 feet, on 7th East Ft. can be liought on easy payment for 2,700. 11. (ibxllO feet, corner on 3rd Smith and 8th Kust, fine sliade.small house on rear of lot This is un-doubtedly oik! of the cheapest piece on 3rd South tr t. Trice 1 5,200. 2,500 can run 1 year. ,1 I 12. 105xli;5 feet facing south ou 7th South, within 10 rod of 7th East street Electric car line, Fino shade ami fruit trees. Make H dm,' building Iota. Can Ins bought on long time for $1 (),()()(. ' 13. 82JxtG5 feet, comer 3rd South and 11th East, facing couth ami east, with good house of four rooms, fino orchard, splendid view, t for 1 1,500. Easy payment. t II. t;t!xlG5 feet, fitting cost on, 3rd Hast, Just south of 3rd South, Two good houses, Imrn, carriago shed, etc. Price 112.000. 15. 10 acre of choice land cor- - nor, on 2nd West street, lot 2 block 3!, ten acre plat "A." Suitable for platting; cltwe to proMtHtl Electric car line, (1,000 on easy payment. ' 1 ('). Choice 5 acres ou Kant Item h; good view, for 1700 H't acre. 17. lC5xl5 feet, corner of 2nd and N street, facing south and westj with gi.od 8 room house, city water, fine view, etc., II 000 kt rod. 18. 82JxK;5 feet, facing west M. street, between 3rd and 4th street Good view, ,200. l!l. 5x20 nul facing W. on 7U E. betuieen 1st and 2ud 8. 10,000 easy payment. 20. 10 acres, lot (1 block 1.1, tei aero l'lat A, 1250 'T acre. 21. 701x115$ feet facing nortf and west, on corner 3rd South an (Hh'Kast, 18,000.3 22. 641x110 f.ct facing ami and cast on comer 3rd South and 111 East, Price for a few day f 10,01 on easy payment. j 23. 1 15Jx'.)'J feet facing nortbatt east, on comer 2nd South and 5t East, 20,000. I f 2 1. 20 acre of choice land u 2nd West street, 3J mi lea auUi Postollli e, OOO per acre. 25. 20x20 md, corner 12th tui and titb South, I1B.5U0, tay pa, 1 ment. 2!. 5x10 facing Brighain, !i 4th end 5th Kaat, tl 2,000, 27. lt;5x2$, facing S, and I comer Dthand J, 2,500. . t ti ii Ik Foundation Keck, Li mo, gravel and shalo for salo for side walks or drives by C. L. Crano & Co. at lowest market rr.tes. We havo leased the celebrated iiuar-rie- s and lime kilns of the Halt Iako I ron, Limo it I lock company, and can supply all demands and meet any competition. Ciiak. L. CliA-i- r, & Co. Ollico under Postofllco with Sluley.Oro- - sholl A Co. Bargains In all cIiishos of property. Union Land (Jo., Itooms 8 ond 0, Scott-Auerbac- Itlock. Sew Styles in Milllnorr May bo seen nt Mrs. H. Christy's, No. 31 West First street. Now novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received. ft - Get. tho liicyclo you wont at onco. Seo l'embroko, 18 (Commercial, nt'ent for St(ir, New Lt'vvr Safety and g!XUX) Ketr XutiuMtl Ball all around. Pkmhuokk. For Sale by Conway, Cole & Waterman. 10x10 cor 7th and E, cheapest cor-ner on tho ISoneh 87200 New brick houso 3rd East and Fifth South 5200 82,'xiX) cor 3rd E and 5th S, with 8 room houso "2X 5x10 with now G room brick houso, 1st N bet 7th and 8tl. W 4500 7x7 with houso on I), bet (ith and 7th, per rod C5( 5x10 on Oth W ond North Temple. . 3000 37 ftxl(!5 on 2nd South near 10th . . 200C In Alberts & Xeldcn's Drug Storo, 230 Main St. MM Our muslin underwear salo will liegii, Monday, 21th. Please see largo ndvor tisemont. i'1. Auekiiacii it lino. Tor Sale. Wo con give special terms on the fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on Oth S., bet. 5th and Oth E. 2x7, on 5th E., north of 5th S. lOxlO and 10x7 in rear on .'3rd S., bot. 9th and 10th E. Lot 1, Blk 20, Plat G. 10x0 and 2 rod alley 7th E. and 8th and Oth S. 5x8 bot. Oth and 10th E. and 1st and 2nd S. T. J. Blue & Co., tf 213 Main, opp. Walker House. . 4 Itenl Estato Aceiils' Directory. This is intended for tho uso of real es-tate agents, and it is to bo issued undor i ho auspices of The Times. Tho charge will be 81.50 for each addrets. The directory will show. all responsive agents. Tho Mikado Will havo a clearance auction salo from Thursday evening at 0:30 until further notice, to make room for spring goods. East First South street. The Continental. This hotel is the recognized head liiarters for commercial men anil ouriKts. Centrally loeuted, it is fur Hiihed with everything pertaining to B 'irst-clas- s hotel. For rooms ot any turn uldress O.K. Hot.MKN, Manager Continental Hotel. Wilkinson & Bcnnet, 11 West 2nd South, Odor for a fow days only, tho following properties, which aro cheaper than any-thing on the market. 10x10 rods on Oth South and 8th East, facing north and east with 5 room house. $8500. 110x105 feot, lot 1, blk 11, plat E, Cap-itol Hill, the finest building lot on the hill, way down below tlio market, tflO,-(XX- ) 10x20 rods, lot 1, blk 12, plat B, street through center of block, uiaKing double corners, 8750 por rod. 13x20 rods on 5th East, bet. 3rd and ith South, 5 room houso, 825,000. lOxH'si rods cor. 3rd So. and Oth Last, facing south and west, with houso, barn, etc.; 810,000. 0x10 on 7th So., bot. 4th and M East; $5800. . 70x80 feet cor. 2nd So. and 1st ,TT est, facing north and east; 000 per foot. 43 acres over Jordan, close in; sooOper a(520 acres over Jordan at a bargain. Prospect ami Hyde Parks. Two beautiful subdivisions within ti e city limits, lino view, high and dry, situ ated on two main thoroughfares. The lirst is largely improved by nico reside::-ces- , schoolhouues, hhado trees and ai t i sum wells. Tho second is a tract of H( acres, with a beautiful park of 10 acre, in the contro, planted with fchade trees. Largest and cheapest lots on tho niark t Terms $25 cash and ? 10 per mouth. No interest. Buy now, before tho advance. Itnpi : transit assured. Oarefu Id selections mud for Corretyioiidwioo in vited. B. A. M. Fboisktii & Co. Heal Estate Brokers, UJ JO. Second South street. If You Want A good srnoko, go to tho Casino cigar store, 238 Main street, north of Walker House. aa The A. J. While Ileal Estate Company, 31 East Second South street, tho oldest real estate ollice in tlie city. Established in 1880. Parisian Patterns' At Mrs. Christy's grand opening from Wednesday to Saturday. 31 West First South street. Bargains In all classes of property. Union Land Co., liooms 8 and 9, Scott-Auerbac- h Block. . V. E. D. Barnett, at 50 East Third South stroet, dealer in groceries, fruits, poultry, provisions feed and fresh meats, is tho 'cheapest placo in the city. Railroad Tickets Bought, Sold And exchanged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket Brokers' As-sociation No. 210 Main street. For fresh poultry, fruits, flour and 'end. together with all llrst clam grocer ies, call at the place of W. E. D. Bar lutt, 50 E. Third South street. To Toiirinln bimI Vlllr t Mult I.aki. You nro respectfully invited to visit uiir ollico, whore you will receive hearty welcome We shall lx glad to furnish information concerning the re wirceH and attractions of Halt Lake and :Ut surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock ami sheep raising and manufacturing interests, to nil in search of homiis or seeking safe and lucrative investments for capital. In real estate we have tho largest list of properly. Our carriages are at the disposal of visitors. Call and see us. Bespeetfully, TlIK A. J. WllITK COMPACT. 31 E. Second South St. W. L. Barrett Co., 207 itJam M. 2lx9, 7th West, bot. South Temple anl 1st South; 81500. 5x71, 7th and I, plat D; 83500. Gx20,"8th East, bet. 1st and 2nd South, 13 room new brick house, bot and cold WWxricor'.Tt North, bet 8th and Oth West, now brick house; 80000. 3x10. 7th bet.C and D; 82100 3'xU 3rd Wo6t between 4th and oth North, 82100. . 5x 0, corner C and I th, plat D, 81000. 110x132, 8th South aud Mam, per foot, 8125 Have you seen those beautiful lots in Ivanhoe Place, 1st South and Wth East? ereage, resident and Business prop-erty in every direction. Call soon for good things W. L. Barubt it Co. 207 Main St. 1)0 YOU WAST To liny a Houhh nod l.t Within tlie citj-- I have two big snaps in empty houses this week. First 810,W; the very fincht modern --esidonco on the North Bench, only 20 rods north of the electric car lino on the corner of Fotith and J streets. Tho lot has 105 feet east front ond 82? J feet south front; finest lawn on tho bench, choice fruits and elegant shrubs and (lowers, largo barn, carriage house and stable yard. The house is now, all hard brick, hot and cold bath, electric bells, well fitted wtth halls, closets, bath room, pantry, eel!;;.--. tlOoO cash, 1000 in six months, and gj00 in twelve months at 8 per cent. Second for an r.dobo houso of two larga rooms and summer kitchen, nearly new, on corner of Fourth West and Ninth .South streets. Near the rear d'xjr is an artesian well over feet deep, flowing a steady stream of pure water; the lot is a 50x158 foot corner enclosed by a picket fence. Terms 81200 cash, balance ono year at 10 per cent. The alxve for sale exclusively by the "Original Greene," at 271 Main St, near Clift House. UNTAII HOTEL. Coimnerelnl Street, on tho Kurojwau I'lan. This fine Hotel, strictly first class in every rwpect ifl now offering induce-ments to the local and traveling public which cannot be excelled in the west. Central location. Restaurant in connec-tion for short orders ot all hours. E. E. Fbknch & Owen Piiii.i.ics, Proprietors. . Special for Platting. 12? . acres on Boulevard. 25 acres on Territorial Road. 22 acres on Fifth South 30 acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wastland, 201 Main St. . o o o o o " " " " " " " ? J. F. JACK, 235 SOUTH MAIN STKEET, Salt Lake City, Utal ffTTelophone No. 313. Examine Then Prices. 10x10 cor. on E. 1st South, 3 house; 375 rent, only tl7XW. 10x20 5th South near Main; I10O per month rent, 8215 per foot. 7x7 D street, bet. Cth and .th, house, city water, 61500. 3!xl0bet Main and Vest lemple; good house, 85500. 41 fcetxlO rods Brighom bet 1st ami 2nd West; bouse rent for 80, tVi) per foot. Easy terms. 5x20 2d South bet 7th and 8th Last, fine improvements, 810,000- - A whole block on Marion Boulevard, 82100, H cash. :ti a ;res South Shore Beach property east of Oartield. 40 feet fine business properly, only 8100 per foot Provo City property will double in value in a short time. C. L. Liixir 4 Co, Cor. 3d South and Main street up stairs. If you want pork tenderloins and sparerib. you will get them by calling on H. S. Dickinson k Co, t tl e comer i f Min and Third South streets. Worth Investigating. 3x10, 3rd East, bet. 7th and 8lh South, facing east, with 3x5 in the rear cfneit lot included, 83500. 74x150 feet, corner th Last and Jtn South, facing Liberty Park Lots in plat V from gbrfW to 82000. 40 acres over Jordon. 8i5 per acre. Lota in adjoining additions selling for for from 850 to 875 per lot A bargain. Improved and unimproved property in all parts of the city. L. B. Smith & Co., 22 E. 2nd So. St -- - The best let of corn-fe- d beef ever brought to the city cow be had at S. S. Dickenson dc Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street WEBB & PALMER, Heal Estate. 10 acres on 2nd West 3x10, Oth Cast r2nd South. 5 acres on 2nd West bilO corner Blk 55, Plat "D." "jeered by a mob. A Priest at I'retc Dragged From IBs Tiilpit and Paraded Through the Streets. THE NEW EXTEADITION TEEATT. Boulanger Wants to Eetura to Prance City Destroyed by Fire --Notes of Interest Frora Foreign Slores, London, March 25. Dispatches from Crete say that at Patinma, on Sunday, a priest was dragged from the pulpit rnd paraded through the streets amid tlie jeers of the mob. Sixty-fou- r villagers are starving in prison. New Kxtrailition Treaty. London, March 25.-T- he new extradi-tion treaty between Croat Britain and tho United States will be officially pub-lished tonight and goes iuto effect April 4th. Vinos For Ills Native I.iunl. Paris, March 23. Buiilanger ha? written a letter in which ho renows his offer to return to Franco, providing the government will permit him to bo tried by the Court or Appeal or court martial. Clly Dcslroyed by Tire. City op Mexico, March 25. A large portion of Tianguisteugo, including the town hall containing valuable old archives, burned last night. Four lives were lost. Theatre Iturneil. Bkku.n, March 25. Tho Stndt theater burned yesterday. Fire at l.iiheclc. Bdw.in. March 23. Tho machine de-partment of Koch's shipyards at Lubeck burned last evening. AYill Not linploy Sofia Until. CoPHNHAfiKN, March '25. Tho minister of war announced in the Follicthing yes-terday that Socialist workmen will not bo employed in the state workshops on tho ground that they aro subject to for-eign iniluence. A IIOMK KNTEni'KlSE. What Scmo or Salt I.ake'1 Mont Solid Men Are Doing In a Quiet Wily. The incorporation under the laws of Utah of the Salt Lake Valley Loan and Trust company has given to the city an institution of great value to its peoplo. The incorporators are deserving of every confidence, and when money is required by those who own real 'property on which they would erect business plants but for the moagerness of their cash capital, it will be found a pleasure to do business with the officers of this home institution. At present the company has no outside agencies, but by ar-rangements with eastern banks its paper can be rediscounted, and a con-tiuu- nl How of money toward Utah in- - sured. The capital stock of tho company is $300,000, divided into shares of the par value of 8100, and ot Iho 3000 shares, with the exception of a trille reserved liy the corporation, practically all has been subscribed for by Salt Lake capitalists, representing the city's very best ele-ments of progress and wealth.- - Already there appears on the list of subscribers fifteen names for 100 shares each, twenty for fifty shares each, and two for twentv-tlv-shares each, making a total of 2550 shares subscribed for by parties whose names are a guarantee as good as a paid up capital. Money w ill be loaned by the association on real estato or any other kind of approved security, and the rates charged will not be deemed excessivo. The beard of directors of tho now com-pany is composed of O. J. Salisbury, F. II. Dyer, W. S. McCornick, (1. M.' Dow-ney, John A. Groesbeck, Emanuel Kali n, M. II. Evnns, Samuel ISamburgor and 14. M. Cuiuming; and tho ollicers are O. J. Salisbury, president fVF. II. Dyer, Seward II. Fields, treasurer, and O. M. Cumming, secretary. MOVINGJNCYCLES. Unprecedented Wave of i. Almost Fatalities Spreads Over the Cen-tennial State. DUEANSOAN'S TATE. A PROMINENT lh9 Mine, the Knife, the Eevolver, the Club, AH Contribute to Swell the List of Deaths. TIknvkb, March 23. An epidemic ot ,tl accidents and shooting affairs ap- - ,rs to have visi tod Colorado, and more have resulted from these causes fflni Uie past thirty-si- x hours than VSW&nday, Charles Swanson . to nieces by being thrown from a runaway car down an incline at Governor mine. Charles Hart, work-ing iD tho Galconda on the Aspon moun-1- , the same afternoon was struck in small of the back by a piece of ore and ne received injuries from which he died. Both leave families. At Trinidad yesterday John McDer-mo- tt was working the forges in a coal and was killed by a falling roof. At Idaho Spring young iNels Olson n kicked in the head by a horse and his skull was fractured, aud will probably dAt Crested Butte JohnPlend land John Pogna quarreled in a saloon. Ihe latter was shot dead. At Colorado Springs Sunday afternoon foar bovs were walking through the Gar-den of the Gods. Two of them had a dillioultv. One Ryan struck a companion named Ford on tlie head with a club and fractured his skull. He cannot recover. t Glenwood Springs a man on lufle creok went to Ilirlo station Sunday, in company with his hired man, named Davis, and became intoxicated, had a quarrel and returned home. At night a rough and tumble tight took place in a pile ot rails near tho barn. Davis was getting the worst of the battle and pulled a hugo knife and plunged it into Kellogg's side, making a terrible wound, from which Kellogg will die. At Durango J. P. Archdon, a prom-inent citizen, ill with typhoid fever, aroFe from his bed and fell striking his head against the window sill, receiving in-juries from which he died in twenty minutes. Kaunas Farmers. Topkka, Kan., March 23. A mooting was held today of the eovoral county preaidonts of the farmors' alliance. There is a gojd attendance. Tho proceedings, ns usual, are conducted privately. B. H. Clover, president of tho Kansas farmers' alliance, who presided, in his nddress, stated that tho alliance is growing rapi-dly, and claimed that there nro in Kansas 1800 alliances, with aa aggregate membership of 70,000. The Alliance has grown so rapidly in numbers and perfoction of organization that it has become a decidedly disturbi-ng factor in local and state politics. Every county, nearly, in the whole Btate is orgtnized', and pretty nearly every farmer in each county is a member of the organization. This thorough organi-zation has made tho order exception-ally strong. In local politics where their immediate interests are at stake, the Alliance havo generally docided to Bupport only thoso candidates who coincide with their views and adopt their principles. In state politics similar action has been decided upon, and thoy have even gono so far as to select a farmer as their candidate for governor. They have already got their lingor in the national political pie. The determination of the alliance to enter politics is seriously troubling the poli-ticians and they are becoming, decidedly nervous. THE CLEAK1NG HOUSE. Meeting of tlie Executive ('oiiimittco ai:tl Appointment of a Manager. Saturday evening the executivo com-mittee of the proposed clearing house met at the Deserot National bank and at onco took up tho matter of appointing a manager. With very littlo delay the committee ngreed unanimously upon Mr. Hawley, tho paying tollerof McCornick's bank. Mr. llawley was formerly man-ager of the Kansas City clearing house, and thorif jre comes to the position hero ripe with experience. The committee decided to begin opera-tions April 1st, but tho quostion ot n suitable location for the clearing house was not decided upon. It is hoped that the announcement of this important fact can be mado in a few days. An Explanation, TKI.I.imiliK, Colorado, March 20, lhifl. To tl o editor of Tim Timks: 1 havo only today succeeded in tracing to your issue of February 2Tth un aliened interview with me. which has been extensively circulated and republished. Your reporter never snw me, nor were (he statement and opinions expressed ever uttered by me. Fleam) publish thin letter and oblige, Jf. C. Lay. Note The remarks attributed to Mr. Lay on the date named were mado t-- i n representative of The Timks almost word for word as printed. The error com-plained of was due to the fact that the reporter did not know the name of the gentleman with whom he was conversing, and upon inquiring afterward was told that ho was "H. C. Lay of Tellurido." It is a pity that Mr. Lay f hould have been at all wounded by tho matter, or felt himself aggrieved even in the slightest degree The Times regrets that the world is so very littlo. Guilty ax Churned. Bupeai.o, March 25. Tho jury in the case of Stephen W. Sherman, former manngor of tho . Associated Elovatorf , charged with grand larceny, stealing wheat, this morning brought in a verdict of guilty. rropltioim Weallier. Cincinnati, March 25. Tho river is rising nt tho rate of ono-hal- f inch an hour. Tho weather is clear and it is not believed tho Hood will oxcoed 00 feet. It is now 58 feet 5 inches. Intersocial Cnloi. New York, March 25. It is proposed to hold an intersocial union reception of the Congregational club, the Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian social unions of this city this evening ot the Knox Lyceum. The object of this gathering is to bring into closer relationship tho elifforent roligious denominations, that they may know each other and exchange views on church work goner-ally- , and the particular religious inter-ests, denominational and general, which it is the especial province of social unions to encourage and build up. Prominent speakers will make Bhort ad-dresses on social union and Christian fellowship. Colored Educators Meet. Washington, March 25. A confer-ence of educators of colored youth met ia this city today. Tho groat hall in which the meeting is being held is crowded with spectators. Many promi nent educators of the colored raco from all parts of the country are in attenda-nce. The programme contains many interesting subjects for discussion. The suasion today was occupied with routine business, but toworrow a numbor of in-teresting papers will bo read. This af-ternoon the delegates visited tho white houre. Farewell Loctuvc. Boston, March 25. Dr. Amelia B. Ed-wards gives the last of her farewell lec-tures tomorrow evening. Her lecture last right was attended by tho leading literary peoplo of the city who will give hr a reception before she leaves Boston. Nj city during hor tour has given hor a niore ccrdial reception than has Boston. Newj Note?. Tlie bnsine portion of El Moro, in Southern Colorado, was consumed by lire last niglit. Kinmarck has bought a Tilla in Switzerland, nail intends to reside outniilo ot Germany. The Midway hotel st Kenrney, Nebraska, wao burned yesterday, and Harry Denning, a theatj-i-ea- l man, was killed by jumping from a window. Jon-- of Florida, who lias ben in Detroit for five years, has steadily lieen Browing insane, and he in to be sent to an asy-lum. The report on thn Wmdom silver bill, us amended by the house eommittee n coinage, ai Uucidwl upon by liie close vote if seven to fi(e. Fune-- al services over the remains of General Bchenck were held afternoon in Wiish-maio- u, and last night tlie body was taken to Iirton, Ohio. Tlie remains of General Crook arrived at Oak-land, Md., at 10 o'clock yesterday moming. A precession was formed and marched to the cemetery, where the exercises attending the bariat were carried out according to the pro-gramme. Colonel Jndson, military secretary to Governor Hill. y.terday served Sherilt ilark with pap1 notifying him that cba-ge- s had been pr"ferrel "fainst him hy the e.ttorney-genera- Ho was also served with a notice from the governor him to show cause why he should not be remo-.e- pjm office. "ELECTION BETS." Martin Schmidt, "The Taller." Calls the attention of his many custo-mers and the general public, to his new quarters in the BUILDING and promisee to continue turning out the NoiiWKKT and best Style Slit id the city.