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g THE SALT LAKE, TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 10, - ISdO . 66x165 feet business property for $225 per foot; cheap; house, bath, etc. ' 165x330 feet on 4th West, $15,000. 68 acres three Bnd a half miles from postoflice, cheap. $6000 will buy 6x7 rods 9th Last and 4th South sts. 83000 will buy 81x140 8th West and 3d South eta. 6x10 rods on th South, $325 per foot. 8x11 rods on 1st West and Fir, blK 28, pi E, $5500. $4000 for 4i2xl2 rods, brick house five rooms. $18,000 for 10x13 rods on 7th So and 2d East streets. $5300 for 3Jxl0 rods on 5th So bet 2d and 3d West. $1650 for 25x140 feet, d house. Thos. Guest & Co. INGRAM & DO Jift ELLAS, Real Estate Agents, 11 W. 2nd South Street. Headquarters for East Bench prop-erty. Look at our list: 125 acres in. .Plat O, at. . $ 600 per acre 20 " Block 0 " 600 " 10 " " 6 " 650 " 10 " " 15 000 " 15 " " 27 " 1000 " 27 " ' 27 " 1000 " 10 " " 28 " 1200 " 5 " 15 " 700 " 5 lots in InRlewood, at $475. 10x12 cor 5th 8 and 12th B, $0000. 10x10 4th S and 4th E, $18,000. 10x10 3d S and 10th E, $12,000. 330 feet by 330 feet near new hotel, cast side at $400 per foot. Best buy in the city. 8x20 block 29, 1st South, $15,000. ' 87ixl(55 ft., Lot (1. Blk 5, P, A at $400 per foot, on 2nd South near 2nd East. We are making our custom shirt de-partment one of the leading features of our business. Gentlemen wishing a per-fo-fitting shirt and guaranteed, should leave their order at Bast-Marshal- i, Me-r- . Co., 112 Main street. For the best meats in the city, go to W. E. D. Barnett's, at 50 East Third South street and you will lind thera. SALT LAKE THEATER CHA8, S. WJRTOTf, . Manager. Two Nights, April 9 and 10, "A performance which it is a delight to watch." Special Engagement of Mr, HAT i C. i GOODWIN IN We invite your attention and inspec-tion of our elegant lines of underwear. Bast-Marsha- Mkr. Co. 14'J Main st. . i Call and see my new line of Spring Suiting Worsted Pantaloonings, etc. W. A. Taylor, 45 E. 2d South St. If lou Want A good smoke, go to the Casino cigar store, 238 Main street, north of Walker House. THE t j. lie a We Hare the Oldest Real Estate Aisacy IN Salt Lake City. Have Been in Oar Present Office Ten Years! We have beyond a Doubt the larg-est list of Property IN THE CITY I We On ail Control $5. .,. . ...( ! Worth of Property IK The City and County ! Can sell Buyers property in any portion of the City. Terms to suit purchase erg. We own the best addition to Salt Lake! We Have Ten Horses and Six Salesmen. You are respectfully invited to our of-fice, where you will receive a HEARTY WELCOME! We shall be glad tofurnish information concerning the resources: and attract- - ions of Salt Lake and its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock and sheep raising and mamifacturing in-terests, to all in search of homes or seek-ing safe and lucrative investments for capital. 'A Gold Mine CROWDED THEATERS EVERYWHERE. Sale of Seats Tuesday Morning. 57 LOTS $17.50 APIECE. Think of it. This great offer is only for the purpose of advertising. READ THIS CAREFULLY. The opportunity of a lifetime is herein presented. This great offer positively holds good for but the ONE WEEK. Commencing on Monday, April 7. CLOSING SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH. Read carefully the following condi-tions, and then , you will understand where the advertisement comes in and whv we can afford to sell lots for the in-significant price of $17.50, which are really worth over $150 apiece. The simple CONDITION is that each purchaser must introduce at the office of the Trans-Jorda- com-pany, 274 Main Street, Near Clift House, a man or woman over 18 years of age for each lot purchased. There is no limit to tho number of lota a singlo in-dividual may purchase, except his or ber ability to introduce people to our office. Someone must be brought to us and introduced for each lot procured at this trifling prick. Wo must and shall enlarge the circle of our acquaintances and keep the Office Full of People That aloue will more than compensate for the loss incurred in selling a limited number of our lots away below cost. The advertising low will be sold only for cash and ail lots Must be paid for when Relented from the maps lu tbe office. Tartics residing out of the city can secure some ot these lots, provid-ing they have their remittance of monev at tho office by Saturday, the lath inst.. and in lieu of a personal introduction to us forcach lot they may purchase, they must send us names of persons to whom we can send maps, circulars, etc. The names sent may be of persons residing in their own towu or elsewhere. There must be two names sent in for each lot purchased. The office will bo open for the selec-tion of lots and introduction of strangers from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. every day during the week, except Saturday, when tho sales will close promplty at 3 p.m. Call early in the week and avoid the closing rush. Next week a similar offer will bo made, but at a greatly Advanced Price Fer Lot. The title to the lots is absolutely per-fect. To every caller wo give a map and other printed matter. To every purchaser a copy of , Abstract, Title Imurnnce Policy and War-- . rantr Deed. Bear in mind that hundreds of the best citizens of Salt Lake now own lots iu the same plat. Tho following well known citizens of Salt Lake secured lots at the special sale last week. Prospective buyers are requested to wait upon those gentlemen and buy them out before calling lis; we prefer that others sell than that we sell ourselves: W. K. Smedley, .Tames Harris, W. H. Bancroft, Krank Tripp, B. S. Young. John White. John James Lawson. W. A. Jackson, Kobert Mortensen, T. K. Pleraon, S. Hawkes. W. Oiodhue, A hel Skinner. Henry Cielgcrich, Frank Trontner, W. C. Farrow, John H. Burrows, David Latimer, Elizabeth H. Beck, B. E. Ladd, CJhas. Cooper. CI. E. McErlalno, Herbert. Julian. 10. (ilttins, Sarah Ann Julian, E. Jarvin, Joseph Kowdeu, J. C. Boyd. Win. Julian. W. J. Callahan, ('has. J. Hallett, Km urn Sllner, H. ,I. Knight, Joseph Smith, John Cowley. Peter Arens, Hebeccca C. Shelton, V. Y. Anetto, John Beck. V. H. McClure, (3. Petersen, John A. Mayues, David Puncomb, James McKlnlv. ('has. Lucas Jackson, W. A. Barrlnglon. C. B. Houghton, Dr. W. W. Tllman, H. E. Bassford, Hvruni Srhotleld, W. P. McElvoy, William Howell, V. h. Gift, J. H. Korty, -- W. A. Van Andel, D. A. Enuler, Eliza J. Elliott, Alice Lyon, John White, John O. Paul. H. A. Nelson, Henry Klltmtriclt, Oscar Oberg. Joseph J. Daynes, Mrs. S. Feriuemore, T. F. Foster, Win. Fennemore, Kemember that the terms on such cheap lots as tl'.H) must, be cash and the money paid when the lots are selected from the maps in t he office. Do not. ask for lots at a past, week's price. We cannot sell so cheap again. Next week the prices go up again. Do not delay buying too long. Extensive Improvements are under way. Headquarters at 274 Main street, the origi-nal Greene's ofrtce. Treng for Additions a Specialty, Call at nursery yard on corner of West Templo ami Third South. Full lino of fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, viues, roses, etc. FURNITURE. For Wall Paper. Carpets, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Curtains, and Furniture of all qualities and descrip-tions. (Jo to P. W. MADSEN", Wholesale and retail dealer, 51 and 63 East First South street, one-hal- f block cast of Deseret National Bank. Now Styles in Milliner May beseen at Mrs. H. Christy's, No. 31 West First street. New novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received Our stock is complete in the line of gentlemen's silk Bnd linen handker-chiefs. We invite your inspection. Bast-Mabsha- Mkr. Co. 143 Main st. New spring styles in Miller and Christy hats. Bast-Marsha- ll Mkr. Co. 142 Main st Washington Market. 315 South Main street. Dealers in all kinds of fresh and smoked meats, Utah and Kansas fed beef. Ward & Co. proprietors. To Hotel Guests and Tourists Wishing to make investments in Salt Lake property will do well to see Hamm & Scott, real estate and financial agents, basement Walker nouse. before buvinc. GRAND OPERA HOUSE, W. J. BURGESS, - - - Manager. TWO NIGHTS ONLY I Friday and Saturday, April 11 and 12. En route to Bush-st- . Thealre.Sau Francisco. TBE RENOWNEDTpIIENOMENAL STJCOESS ZG?AG flj Distinguished by the imantmovs verdict of the press and publio Nof all the largo eastern a cities to be the W . Tj GREATEST ,N Musical Farce Comedy J EVEIt WnilTKN. Z'G jzAG New and Entrancing Music ! Novel Effects ! Exquisite Costumes ! Bewitching Dances! N. ead what the New York, lloston. Phil-adelphia, Washington and Chicago papers say. Keep Your Eye on T! TIMES The Salt Lake Daily Time IS NOW AN I 8-Pa- ge Paper. THE TIMES PUBLISHES THE ASSOCIATE! PRESS DESPATCHES & ALL THE LATEST) City and Territorial News. THE TIMES is printed from Stereotype Plate on a Goss Perfecting Press, costing $10,000, and capable of turning out 10,000 copies of an 8-pa- ge Paper per hour. THE TIMES IS A METROPOLITA DAILY NEWSPAPER IN EVERY RESPECT. IT IS PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EX-CEPT SUNDAY, AT i 4 O'CLOCK. . j THE TIMES is tlic Paper of tfc People, It is opposed, to Monopoh and. Extortion, but its Policy shall be to treat every-body fairly. THE TIMES WILL AL WA YS AD VOCATE U MATERIAL INTERESTS OF SALT LAB AND UTAH. IT IS BACKED BY CA-PITAL, RUN BY ENERGY, SAND-WICHED WITH BRAINS, AND IS A S UCCESS FROM THE START. Take the Times for a Month on Trial Trip, and you will never wan! to be without it. It is a Sure Oure for the Blues, Keep Your Eye on 'Tl TIMES "v r . r i :i Our Carriages are at the Disposal of Visitors, CALL AND SEE US, The Oldest Real Es-tate Office in the City. Establisaed in 1818. TlieAXlte Co. 3$ East 2d South, Practical Watchmakers, Adolph Ilauerbaoh & Sons. All work warrrnted. No. 16 E. First South st. When you nsk your grocer for a smoke try the Progress. or Great Vac. The real estate agents' direotory,to be printed on curdboard, and hung in the offices and public places of the city. Choice; butter, eggs and vegetables always on hand at tho Washington market; Wnrd & Co. proprietors. 313 (South Main. We are sole agents for Millard ami Christy Hats. Kast-Maksha- Mkr. Co., 142 Main street. - Fresh vcul, mutton and pork you can get at tho Washington market! Ward oi Co. proprietors. 315 South Main. Get the Bicycle you want at once. SeePembroke, 18 Commercial, utrent for Star, New Lever Safety and 890.00 New National Ball all around. Pkmbkokb. ART EMPORIUM. U7 TV. First South St., SALT LAKE CITY. Stamping, DeMgning scd Embroidery. lostactions given in all the Arts. . JAMES FENWICK Practical . ZFlunaloer, STEAM AND GAS FITTER, 61 E, Third South St., BAIT LAKE CITY, UTAH. THE SALT LAKE ABSTRACT, TITLE, GUARANTY AND TRUST-:-COMPAN- Y, (Formerly Harvey, Neff ft Co.) S65 S. Main Street. CAPITAL $100,000.00. Incorporated under tho laws of Utah Territory. Makes Correct Abstracts of Title, Show all Errors. Titles to Eeal Estate and Mort-gages Thoroughly Examined and Inaurfid. gcF J. F. JACK, Real Estate, "US South Malu. Salt Laie Citt. The M.& D. Steel Range- - Sole Agents for Utah of Mason & Davis' Steel Ranges, with Round Fire Pot, Anti-Clink- Grate, poised oven door, ventilator etc Made in all sizes. Call and examine these celebrated Ranges or Bend for circular with cuts before paying same prioe for old style Range. General line of Cook and Heat-ing Stoves and House Furnishing Goods. F. E. SCHOPPE&CO 223 South Main Street. Kanlrr iilfts. Martin Schmidt, "The Tailor," still continues to mvic tho most fashionable suits in America. He also givkk entire siitinfactiou to his patrons. Call and see his newly decorated parlors iu the Progress building. We Mlill Lead In offering the cheapest, largest and best improved lota on the market, within the city limits, in Prospect Park. Nice resi-dences, sehoolhouHe nncl shade trees al-ready there. Terms, $25 oaah and 510 per month, no interest. Oo the 1st of April the price on these lots will be ad-vanced lioO each. Buy now and secure a cheap home. We have no outside agents. Careful selections made for outside parties. B. A. M. Froiswh & Co., 76 E. 2d South st. Tim Progress cigar is made at homo. Try it. . ... . Ollico cbuirs a specially at . Bakk'att Bkos Itili Maiu street. As tine a cigar as I ever smoked is tho Progress. McCORNICK & CO,, . SALT LAKE, UTAH Carefnl attent ion (riven to the sale of Ores and Bullion. We solicit consignments guar-anteeing highest market price. COLLECTIONS MADEAT LOWEST RATES ACTIVE ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. CORRESPONDENTS: New York -I- mp. and Trad. NaUB&nk, Chemical Nat. Hank, Ki.untze Hroj. Chicago Com roercial Nat. Bank. Ban Franrtsco First Nat. Bank, Crocker. Woodworth Nat, Bank. Omaha Omaha Nit. Bank. 8t, Jjouis-Bt- ate Bank of Bt, Ixrat. Kansas City Nat. Bank of Kansas Til v. Denver Denver Nat. Bank, City Nat. Bank SLondon. England Meesra. Martin A Co., S3 Jjombard Btreet. INSURES against loss by Mechanics Liens and dwedent's debts. Rente boxes (latest improved Diebold) in its vault, and does an escrow holiness. Acts as Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Assignee. Receiver, etc., etc., and oxeontos trusts of every kind. Holding Trust Funds separate from all Other Assets of the company, And retaining as counsel the Attorney through whoj the business oomes. ( loJect interests on income and transacts all other business authorized by its charter, Hills receipted for and safely kept without oharge. JOHEf'H H. BMITH, President. Denver, Colo.. WILLIAM J. HARVEY. V ii President and Manager. JOHN W. NEVK. Treasurer and Ass't Manager, EDWARD VY.GENTER, Hecretary and Abstract Officer. The t'imtiiH'iital. This hotel is the recognized head-quarters for oommeriMul men and tourists. Centrally located, it is fur-nished with everything pertaining to a rirst-clas- s hotel. For rooms at any time adtlresa G, 8. Holmes, Manager Continental Hotel. L. COLORADO AQENCY L0DI81ABA STATE LOT TEET OOHPAST. Tickets sold and information furnished. Tel-egraphic reports received the same day of draw, ing and furnished to all whp purchase tickets of me. Official lists of all drawings furnished oa application and mailed to all out of town pur. otiHsera. I will cash prizes that may be drawn by tickets sold bv me, in full without discount. Orders by mail given prompt attention. FRANK L. M. SMITH. Agent .Old. Turf Exchange, Sooth Pueblo WARWICK HIGH-GRAD- E SAFETY BICYCLE, I carry a suh!. of SAFETY JBICiT.I.Ks at ti.VOO. $33.00. $40.00. $60.00, $T.", OO ll.VOO. $135 00, TRK'YCLKS and VE-LOCIPEDES. In purchasing from me you have a slock to select from and do not have to wait Largest Stock and Lowest Trices on Sporting Goods, Guns, C utlery, etc. SHOT-GUN- S AT COST. Bicycle aud llnu Repairing. Agent CALIGRAF-- WRITING MACHINE Carbons, Ribbons and Paper. 242 W. 2d South St., Silt Like City. 1'roperly Owners Will lind a ready market for bargain by listinjt iliem with Ferl & Caldwell, 22 First South street, rooms 3 and 5. A corner 10x7 on Third East and Sixth South. A comer on .Stale road aud Ninth South. titixlUS ft on State road between Sixth and Seventh South. on State road between Seventh and Eighth South. 5x10 rods on Second East South. 10 rods on Main ttreet. Two houses and lots on the install-ment plan, or trade for good teams. McAllister Ejbos., 265 South Main. '"i 1 THE DREAM OF THE AIMLESS. ! dreamt a dream in the inornros. When the shadows were dim and pray, And oh I uch a prospect golden O'er my shining pathway lay. The earth was filled with gladness, The air was filled with song And I thought that but loTe and beauty Could inspire me all day long. I dreamt a dream at noontide, When half of the day was past; The first half I knew was barren, But glorious I'd make the last! , Yet the world lay part in shadow, ; The songs were not half so sweet ' And love and beauty were fleeting Like shadows beneath my feet. I dreamt a dream at even, When the day its course had run. And my heart grew sad within me. To think how little I'd done; But I said, "I shall work And make my name be known Till the nations of earth shall wonder ' As my mighty power they own :" But alas: and alas! time passes, ' liae sun rises, shines and seta; Each morning so full of promise-Ea- ch even so full of regrets; And day follows day more fleetly. While ambition and glory rave-T-ill at last, outworn and aimless, I shall sink in a nameless gravsj- Xreander BIchardaoD. Leandur Richardson, the brilliant but lightly erratic journalist, who has been sumI by Mrs. James O. Blaine, Jr., is the sun of the late Albert D. Richardson. Most readers know that James G. Elaine, Jr., married and soon after repudiated a young woman, who then turned to the stage for a livelihood, and It is stated was afterword stricken dowu with a serious illness. In a late Issue of The New York Dramatic News, Mr. Richardson published an alleged "humorous article" to the effect that she had been riding on Long Island with De Lancey NicoU, Esq., and that he bad his arm around her waist. Dr. Girardus W. Wvnconn promntlv wen Cetore tne grana jury of iew 1'orK county LKAJTDBR R1CHABDSOH, and made oath tbat tbe lady was a help-less invalid and for many weeks bod been unable to turn in bed without as-sistance. Mr. Ni-coU followed with t bit affidavit tbat the entire story was false, and the grand jury promptly in-dicted Mr. Iticnard-- ' eon for criminal li- - beL Ha was arrested and admitted to bail, ' with Harry Miner as his security for tl.OnO. His excuse is that tbe article came to him frotn a reliable source and he printed it only "in a spirit of fun." Leander Richardson is not ojnite 80 years - old, and his father was the noted writer Al-bert P. Richardson, who was killed by in December, 189. The son has don ail iramnA amount of good newspaper work, and has been somewhat of a literary ' star. He began bis career in Chicago soon after the firt and made a complete fail ore as local reporter. Later he made a great suc-cess as correspondent at large and general writer. Recently he has devoted himself chiefly to writing on dramatio affairs. Winter Resorts. It is poBsible in our big country to go from midwinter to midautnmor in two days' time, from almost any quarter of tbe Union. Winter resorts are becom-ing as popular as summer onos, and as crowded. There are all tbe year round hotels, indeed, at the seashore and else where, whose winter prices are double those of the summer. Those whose lungs are weak, and who wish to avoid a northern winter, find great relief in tbe pine regions of tho Carolinas, notably in the neighborhood of Asheville, K. C. Florida, land of alli-gator and orange grove, is perennially lovely. Little wonder that the old Spaniard thought the fountain of youth was there. Old Point Comfort, too, is a most charming winter resort. One of tbe most glorious and most life giving regions in winter is the coast of southern California. Beautiful resorts are dotted along the Pacific, where the person with a cough may linger a few weeks or months, and under the influ-ence of tbe soft airs from tho sea and the rich and nourishing fruits his checks will grow round and full, his nights rest-ful and dreamless. The cough will leave him and now life will come to hiiu. Such spots are San Diego and Santa Cruz. Living in these places is cheap. Califor-nia has, too, the hot springs of San Luis Obispo, claimed to be equal in medicinal qualities to tho hot springs of Arkansas. San Luis Obispo is in a mountain region of unparalleled beauty in the heart of the California orange groves. If pcoplo along tho Atlantic coast want to get away from fogs and snows thoy flit away to Bermuda, a sixty hours' ride by sea from New York. Here, it is aid, fevers are almost unknown, because the inhabitants live on fruits and vegetables. Among tho vegeta-bles is tho gigantic Bermuda onion, as mild flavored as It is big. It is claimed that those who cat plenty of Bermuda onions will not havo fevers or any other ailment to speak of. At Bermuda the sea water is warm enough to batho in tbe surf the year around. Nassau, iu the Bahamas, is another delightful spot, something similar to Bermuda. The temperature langes be-tween 60 and 85 degs. The sea about Nassau is indescribably beautiful. It is so transparent that sea weed is visible growing thirty to fifty feet below the surface. Moncure D. Conway, mousing among the papers of the Long Island Historical society, has found 6ome letters from Washington that had .never been pub-lished, and given them to tho world in book form. It was supposed wo know all about Washington as statesman, sol-dier,' and even as a moony young man in love, writing to his girl the most execra-ble rhyme ever perpetrated even by a young man in love, but it was reserved for Mr. Conway to show us Washington the farmer. When he was president, after the stato duties were over, Wash-ington used to sit up nights and write with bis own hand long letters to his farm manager, telling what to do with this horse or flock of sheep and that turnip field. It was before the days of stenographers and pretty typewriter girls. It may perhaps be a consolation to farmers in our time to know that the father of his country was as hard up for money as they are, that he had to bor-row constantly, and was put to it to meet his expenses at times. Yet through all be held steadily to the idea that there is no life for a gentleman but that in the country, upon bis own estates. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ISTATEOF DAVID H. KIN8EY, DECEASED is hereby given by the under-signed, administrator of the estate of David H. Kinpey, deceesed, to the creditors of, and all per- sons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten mouths after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at the law ofiice of ('. O. Whittemore and 8. P. Armstrong. 2M street Salt Lake ity, Utah, in te County of Salt Lake. Dated, March 25, 1890. C. O. WHITTEMORE, Administrator ot the Estate of David H. Kinsey, Deceased.