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I ' , ri .nscd' . -- " SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, MAUCII 31, 1800. NO. 151. FL.YNACi.lN. lie Is Blackballed liy the Athenaeum Club. Dublin, March 31. Mr. Flanagan, tho author of 'Tarnellism and Crime," who got tho Times very extensive but high-price- d advertising, is not succeeding very well socially in London. He wns proposed for moinbership in the Athen-aeum club, but was blackballed. Tho young man feels keonly the slight put upon him and it is snid ho contemplates going to America, from which country he has had two tempting oilers one to enter a museum and the other to deliver a course of lectures. Ho is not Haltered by tho proposition from the museum manager, and he can not very well lecture as he has never made a publio address. I Lis father who is nn Irish judge and a staunch tory, is not pleased with the notoriety which tho young man obtaiued in the journalistic field, and has refused him permission to visit the family. Jude Flanagan is in no way held responsible for the conduct of his son, nnd lie him-self wants it understood that he has not directly or indirectly approved of his son's work in the Times. A LIVELY MONDAY. Much Activity Maul rested on the Open-ing of What Promises to be n Kusy Week. TENEMENT HOUSES COMING. Publio Improvements Progressing Eapidly Paving Men will Look Over tho Ground Notes, The opening of this week is not by any moans a "lJlue Monday" as regards sales of real estate and by the time tho sun sinks to rest behind the snow-cappe- d peaks of the wostern range S nio good deals will have been closed. The ofliees were comparatively deserted this morn-ing owing to tho fact that tho dealers were all busy showing customers bar-gains. All the forenoon carriages wero dashing to and fro with proepectivo buy- - ers and even at tho hour 'inn Timks goes to press the rush is still being kept up. An eastern syndicate composed main-ly of Chicago and St. Paul parties is looking up a buy on East llrigham w ith a viow of constructing a small village of tenement houses, which w ill bo rented to responsible parties at reasonable rents. A Kansas City lirm has the con-tract for erecting tho dwellings, which will consist of n numberof small cottagos and double tenements. Tho sale of the Methodist church property on Third South means a con-tinuation of Commercial street from Sec-ond to Third South at an early date. Tho syndicate which has purchased the prop-erty owns nearly all the proierty on the west nnd north sido of tho block, and is reaching after more. When tho street is opened it will bo paved at once, nnd tho owners believe that they will roalize a handsome profit on thoir investment. Darling &. Weatherby, of the John B. Drake party, which vmited Salt Lnke Saturday and Sunday, are loading hotel men of New York city, boing interested in the Fifth Avenue hotel. Thev looked over tho city yesterday, nnd on thoir de-parture by their special train last night announced their intention of roturning and making some investments. A illlNr.l.A u IL.A1M. A plat of rchool land in fit plat C will probably bo thrown on tho mar-ket soon, a party having taken it or at-tempted to do so under the mineral claim act. It is contended that good building clay will be found there. Prob-ably somo opposition will bo made, but the claimants assort that they can hold it. 1'lllLIO 1MPKOVEMESTS aro progressing finely aud tho many sowers in cotirso of construction are being pushed to comple-tion as rapidly as possiblo. The Commercial street sower is nearly com-plete, while that on Second Wost is also in an advancod stato. nUIMJINd it brisk, but matters in that lino would be much more livoly were material more plenty. Excavating is going on at a lively rate for tho new business blocks south of the Templo on Main street; the bank building noxt the co-o- p is nonring completion; tho Crano building noar the Walkor hotel will bo finished in a few dajs, while the new hotels are being advanced as. rapidly as possible. Walker Bro.'s aro erecting n handsome row of modern fiats on First South Wost, whilo the southern part of the city is boing builr, up as rapidly as circumstances will permit. STRKKT RAILWAYS. Ties nnd iron for street railwny exten-sions aro being scntterod along main streot, nnd when tho ground drios out work will at onco be begun. PAVING I'OINTS. It ia undorotood that a representative ot tho Barbor Asphalt company will ar-rive in Salt Lake in a day or two to lo ik over tho situation and see if Utah as-phalt cannot be put down here at a vory low rate. The stone nnd brick pave-ment men are also working on the quiet and the opposition that will surely will a.' sure cheap paving. BHIKP NOTKP. Ono firm in the city employos a lady stenographer. When the proprietors arrived this morning they found that she had just closed a 810,000 sale. Her sal-ary will be raised. Nat Goodwin, thonctor,boughtn piece of land here some time ago, which he has authorized his agent to sell at nn advance of fifty per cont Some time ago General Superintend-ent Dickenson of the Union Pacific bought a residence in Salt Lake for 5000. Ho has since refusod $25,000. G H Wriirlit and wf to E S Cronny, part of lot 21 lil 1. l.liri.-- s null. SI a W J Knirer unci wf t H liiiiiilieiwr, nrt uf lot Hlil 10 pi a, First South, bet Kant Temple and Firt lVi0 H HamlxTuiT to Salt l ilj- lias com-pnn-iart of I t H I1 10 pi A, Fiit Month, between Vsu temple and Kirt South W.0UO Harriet A Partridge to 8 I' Suillmry, all lots IS and HI lil 27, Harden lily pi li .. . tlV J II Whalon to J U Smith, nil nl rn'ls, lota bloekmmd nllej in View ( it pint . . 1 W A 1'nrkliiiint to 11 Ivdwanlti, part lot 2 bl PI, live wre pin . . oil F K Hiirton nnd wifo to li II 8nlKrove, nil lot IHbl lsnl j ' E A Smith to li 11 bneliirove, ull lot 15 bl III pi j 0, J 8 r'urdycp et ul. to C Kurcliuf, nil lot bll;i4plil Xt0 1) 8 l iilioou to 8 WulnUiorlliwvt lumrtcr BeC 12, tp 2 Mltll, r I w 1" L IVoitit i'l nl. to Klimilietli Heliiiiulieriter, ni rllieiift quarter sec 12, Ip 2 "oulh, r 1 w II .1 Dieter ot nl. to J W lli iiiwim, one-fift-of lot 17 ami one-ha- lf of lot 5 bl II five nero pi il t II J Dieter et al. tut' K Worth, one-fift- h of lot 17 and oue-ha- lf of lot o bl ", live aere pi a t;'--'' HJ Dieter ot al. tot' Sehnller. om-hf- tli of lot 17 aud one-ha- lf of lot , bl 11, tun aere pi a ("le II J Dieter it al. to JT Smith one-fift- h of lot li nnd ouivlutlf ot lot 5 bl 11, Inn aere pi a 's" II J iDieter et al to H (ioldman, lota Hand Hi blue k HI o plat a 5:13 II J llietir et a! to T IWIilller, li of loth H and 10 bl 40 plat ,W; II J Dieter et ill to (' NiihI, oinvistli of ; lots mill ltl hi 4(1 tell-'ie- I hit a 5S.13 II J Dieter et nl to .1 V lleinwi'll, mie- - nixlh of loUHiiiul tdliUHti'ii-iier- t' i'l"' A Walters et 111 to Klllilli" V I'ln.WoU, !I',X 5 roil of It III s I'lnt l r.xm 0 W Woy to M !) ilnnliier, nil of loin 4 to 1.1 hi i West Salt IJikn ml V J Dean hihI wife lo J I' I'oulton, 111 nla hy :av, ft It 8 lil ;I0 plat il E A Smith to V li llnrtou, nl) of It Hi lil HI plat J "l A II rarwuiHet nl toj li HiekK et ul. Sill riln It VI bl ai plat n 51 W Pratt mill wife to 1' J Maokiiitosli, 5 r nl It 1 lil 41) pint il I'-- T J Mae kiiitohh and wifo lo A 0 Wells, 5x4 i lls It 1 111 43 plalil "Wi It HasiiiiiHseiiPt al to J I' Mortoiinen, part of lt3iuKl4lil:iililnl h 1H0 A Dllllslieellllil wife lo t'.l Dllllkset ill, III of It lil 1(1 pliit f, eor Sixth Houth tuul Twelfth Kust W Estate of Hi itilinin Yniiiiitto J Wupitiill i't ill, lOBeresseqrHee -I I s r o l.'lX) ll.T Vineeiit et nlto Win M blewait, luxlH nlslt Shi IK plat li VM 3 Ashiiiaii rikI wife to W t'liu'er, xl nl It III pi f J Ashmiin nnd wifo lo J W Aslimiin, 4x11 r.l It a 11 22 il f 9 C (ireen to C llollmrK, !.o qr see 'ill 1 1 r lo ' Mary A Davis to liai-he-l J'eMnster, WW W) ft It 1 lil W pi it .... aw linchel Me Master to K llj ruji, 5 nl liy iK'i ft It 1 hi 2i .l (1 I'l-- 0 N Lenrneil Ui A U Hast, II Us la 7 pi li W Jjiketown pint ii" L Hivkels to A ti H.isl, all 11 --H III 7 3U 1 II I I, rail mill wife to A II Hast, ull It 'Jl III II pi 11 W Idlketowil plat 1 L V Kiillak to A ti Must, all It W !M I'l West Uki) plat w W VV ltivers to A ti lii.st, ull It 11 lil 3.1 pi O M Hi'ott lo A 11 Hunt, ull Its 11 nnd t.'i 111 IN An pi ii i Lniiiii A Trenail to A Hast, M It 1 111 l phi II ti Hutler et. nl tot) It Ilotliwell, I'ixll nl 11 12 bl 20 5 b pi ii T Iliinriiliiiii to A II 1'iirsoiis, a'.jxll) nl It t 111 31 il I) Total fJUJUl Tnilisfers. The following real estate transfers were filed for rocord Friday: J H Peek to 1. Peck, all of loia 17, IS, HI 111 1, l.jlleli A Hlnssniall'sslili t liU T W J'urtriilKo to JJ t liililem, ull ir kit 4 hi 111 i,l e fii iili IK'iiiiiioii to l'J Coimelly.ullof lot il 111 I, llltlllll'BMlllof III mi pl W 0 Hull iiml wf lo KutoJ FurrolJ, purt of lot 7 III nl f ; 4U0 J) Aleiiinilernnilvf toll Duviil, puitof lot 11 III HI ami lot t Iil2 pi j ' Halt I,Rkel'it tolAleliiliiter,lill of lot bl 7 nnd oilier pniTly in pi j "lu Jl'Miilliertolitil''rielier,l'jxJroils lot 1 blaipld WW Uuioii WiirthiiiKtonel l tub li Hiiiimlier-ire- r, nil of lots 1 ami 17 to Jl III tf, plo 10 t Minions to li W WfHKliiril. part of lot I bl as pi b corner Four! liHoutli mid rJnlli Eii it 'M (lo Hills and wife to I! N Dnnsie, lie 'a section II, township 4 noulli, riiiiiiu 1 weHt MM E M Jniklin lo Mary A H Hmilh, nil l"t 1, eectiou 4, township 'I soulli, riuih'n I wist -- " H Williams to K K Parry, llx'JJ roils, lot i bllimplA I(JU fH'ollrill et nl. lo W (' AlKell, li! acre northeast ciiiurtcr section l township 3 south, nuiKe 1 eiist ENiederor mid wife to J (iiKliu. n 'i Hci tion 2, township 1 south, rail)!" 1 . weit HH) J Olsi li tii 1' (i Anderson, part lot 0 bl 33 pi H IW Harriet A Part riilse lo W J Edmunds, all lot 21 bl IK, Garden t'ily pi H 0 ) llovey et al. tj t; 11 tipuueer, 11x4 nsls hit H hi i'l pi K W lliirdiiiitu and wf to O II I ollou, ull It lil .1 IWpl d ... ...... -- i A H Htiirtevant and wf lo W D Woisl, purl It U It 4 pi d J ll llamillon and wf to U H De tinill et nl, half It SI bl Hriithton fnrniiiiK pint iiW II (I Bi'iirleand wf tot; ti llrain el al, Ux lUnl8lt4bl Alpld E A 8inilh to It W iJriuKU, jr. nil low and 8 bl lfi pi j W Jainieson to J liallyer, sw ir sec 7 tp i n r 1 n " W MuMillun lo J (iallier, w qr m 7 I i 2 C j'u ul'iiiiirii to H J inV'tVr,'ih i.f loU mid III bl 40 pi n , .. Win Fiillnrctal to W Moiklo,f)x7 roils hit. 1 bl 41 il b, comer iouilh Hound Ninth j,- - r,.i)v C H'Wi'iifi.t'lind wifn tot ('alter, pail lot 1 r.l 74 pi il ,...'. J' W 11 t'hiiseto J II Hamilton, part lot'Jbl 2M, Brighton fiirm'K pint 1 Vincent U L riharp. r.lsr.'.'i ft lot 7 bl Ml nib ; V Curi iii K Hndler lo (' Am r et id, part lot t lil 511 pi a, corner Third Ko anil li J em-- pl ... 82,2j0 W H Ma'rti'ri to E P Austin, ull lotn 2 to 4 Martin's sub bl 8:1 pi e S"") 0 (Iroshell to K P Austin, ull lot bl I, Muucntino sub u tw Total W,'..:i Saturday's Transfer. The following real estate transfers wore filed for record on Saturday: J W Armstrong et al lo C W Veitch, nil lots 17 and is bl 2, 1'urk Ifoulevard uddi- - J DPark to j Gordon jr, He qr oc t), 1 2 , rjw o J Gordon to J Gordon jr, so qr sec 6, 1 2 rw "OU J D Park to J Gordon jr, ho qr sec 6, t 2 , LV'TTiiieyeraYtoii and (1 Id lHplo I4'Xj0 Snndi HiiHlmndH to J 8 llHmilton, all lota H nnd M bl 5, Glendaleadd H W llrown to C L it iller, hw qr nee , 1 2 E A'Sinithto L Dietz, ail lots to 11 bl 13 .,1 j JDrIO Loviey MeCanitherto J flood etal, tx rmlHlotl blaJt.lb ............... i0 W A (ireen to A il Jones, 2'4X rods lot 2 bl IS l a ln.w W 8 Martin to C W Unnock, all lotH 21 end i"i, MurtiVKHub H Field nnd wife to T A Marriott, ne qr 1000 M LComininKHetalto (r M Thominon, e qr nee t 2. r 2 w . lO.OfX) N W Cluvton mid wife to A J Taj-Hu- jr. Wi rdi lot 2 bl 45 pi d .............. . garuh Ho'bands to H B Hudolph, all lota IS and Hi bl . (ilendnle n1 r20 Bsrali Unclianilg to C (' lJ&wnon, all lota 5 to HI bl 7, Glendale ad ................ . 1M0 Parah HnnIwrnlHtoC K Cotikhn, all of JotelO to 12 bl H. (ilen'le.leail 025 (' V Kinir and wf to J 8 Anderson, all of lot 2 bl 2. Linden park etih B0 Harriet A Partridw to Mnritaret Berg-- onii-t- , all of lotH to t bl 'ii pi l. ....... . 150 C Veyerert al to TC Armrtronic. all of lot 15 bl 47, Kinney 4 (iourlaj'a improved pint 2WJ0 J Hanmimrten et al to H J Kiven", 4'ixK) rodB. lote 3 and 4 bl i pi b, cor Dnnl Ur t and Konrth aonth - . 12,000 J Morlan et al to M C Morlan, all of bl 10, (iard-- n city ad i O (iaie and wf to J I) Jameo. afl of lot S bl 22 pi a, cor South Tern plo and rirt ytftt .ww Mary J iirinch to T C lliwlle, all of lot 1 bl 5. Wlialom art..... ... - - - A Kerobaw and wife to L U YiKing, 6il0 rl. lou 2 and i bl 15 pi a ............ 2(0 R W KitT Bnd wf to i 11 Linck, all of UA. 12 bl lli-acre- a. n,M W L Prie and wf to F W Little et al, all of lot 13 U 14 pi PARTLY IN RUINS, j Full of it Portion of the Malls of Dr. Anderson's New litiihliiig. A TERRIBLE CRASH THIS MORNING, Frightaieil People Have Visions of n Earthquake and Rush for Outdoors. About 0 o'clock this morning tho peo-ple residing in Iho vicinity of tho blocks bounded by Second and Third Kind and Second and Third South wore startled by tho noise of a tremendous crush, which, uftor tho first sharp detonation, died out in prolonged reverberation, like the sound produced bv thunder. A scone of wild terror ensued among these poo pie, w ho immediately rushed for the out-side of their dwellings, thinking that nothing less than an eaiuiiuai;e ...lll.l possibly produi o such a noise and such a commotion, for tho ground and houses in every direction shook and trembled to such an extent as to closely resemble tho elTecta of one of those phenomena; and when their eyes behold ascend-ing dust, rising lo the height of over a hundred feet, their fears seemed confirmed. An time paseed, however, and there was no more jarring nnd slinking, calmness resumed its sw ay, and investigation became the next pro feeding. It was found that the large concrete building, in process of erect inn by Dr. W. F. Anderson, had met with di-saster, and that the falling of the north-west wall had caused all the noise and all the terrible anxiety. Fortunately there wero no persons at work on the building at tho time, and eotis,'itiently no injury to person had occurred. Two years ago this spring Dr. Ander-son began the erection of this building, designing it for a private residence. He was his own superintendent and con-tractor, and it was under his Immediate supervision that the work progressed. Tho foundatit n was sunk but three feet in the ground and is three fi et thick; and on top of this foundation the walls, which are of concrete nnd fifteen inches thick, are placed. The nlen was to work slowly and allow tho different layers of concrete to harden, and at the same time permit of settling, rather than jeopardize tho structure by undue lniHte in construction. In this manner the building had, in two vears, reached the elevation of four stories. Dr. Anderson attributes Hie disaster to the action of tho frost on the Mit.ii-rate-walls. The heavy rains of the past fall and winter bad penetrated the concrete to such an extent that freiiieiit freezing aud thawing had caused disin-tegration to ensue, which finally resulted in this morning's cash. The entire northwest corner of tho building, about of the structure, is now in a mass of miiis, not a foot of the wall i b no tho fouinh.tioii. Dr. Anderson says ho lias spent about UKK) on the building, every dollar of which is a dead loss if the tumbling pro-cess continues; blithe does not antici-pate any further disaster, lie thinks the south side is all right; and there in no indication, so far as can be perceived, of tho foundation having settled. Dr. An-derson blauios only himself for the acci-dent, in not taking tho piecautiun to build on tho north side a masonry wall several feet above the foundation on which to lay the concrete. The house in which ho lives, close oy tho scene of tho wreck, ib also c concrete, and was erected twenty two years ago. Nut a crack uor a Haw has marred tho wniH, and tho doctor is of t he opinion yet Hint there is no better building material than concrete. Dr. Anderson had a eoinowhnt narrow escape. Just before 9 o'clock ho was in the new building inspecting the founda-tion and testing it with a pick, lie had been troubled lately with un inlbimcd eye, and this morning it became painful while ho was at work in the new build-ing, whoroiiion ho quit and returned to his residence. He had scarcely onlcnd when tho crash came. W EsTLAKE, The Lending Suburb of Salt Lle I'ltjr. What does it mean? Is a big boom coming? Tho syndicate owning and controlling this great suburb has licon reorganized and some of the most active real estate pushers that have ever lieen in the west, beside sullicient capital for improvements of the must extensive and comprehensive character have taken an into. est. The great ad-vance in acreage of nn eligible character has made every lot in the entire town plat worth ton to twenty times its value ot eight months ago. For one week commencing Monday, March 31 the lots will be upon the market at a nitre nom-inal price and a very limited number for advertising purposes at about one tenth the actual value. The price will lie ad-vanced weekly for the entire year, ami the lirst few 'weeks will witness a few wise people getting on the ground floor. The following statements were made in writing and the original can lie seen at theolliceof the company at 274 Main street. Salt Liks Citv, March 2S, 1tt. The only venture I have ever made in real ostnte wns tho purchase of a lot in West lake suburb through II. N. tiivon oc tins city, i no ainouiii. oi me purcl.nse uiuiiev wns small. I after-ward supposed it to U a dead lose, but I have snlil the same this month at a profit of UN per cent. J. It. Tnat.u Sn.r Citv, March '.T, IS'.m. This is to till tify (hat J purchnMnl a lot of II. . (iroor'o last July and have just solil the same at a profit of -- .' ier cent. li.SHKr.iA 'j:!t Mum street. Head ollice of 'ewtluke TA Main street. GUTTING SALARIES. That is What the City (onnril has De-cided U da in Relation t Pullrraien's Pay. SECRET SESSION OF THE CITY DADS. A Reduction of Twenty far ant, Which will Ddre Good Men 07 the Forte. The members of the Salt Lake City police force are feeling very blue just at present, and they have Rood region, for at a secret session of ths city council it was decided to reduce their salary from 1100 to per month. This measure will be proposed at tho next regular meeting. Formerly tho pay of policemen as $1 per diem, and when reduced to f 100 per month little or no oiunnura were heartl, but this last cut from IKV to (30 is the cause are obliged to uniform themaolvee and the expense of clothe alone i about (IM xir rear. In addition an oulcer ia , eipeoted to keep htmnelf limiting epev f uilly neat and trim and all this count in his little eipenne account. It ia aafe to say that after his expenses ire paid the uMlcer'a salary will not exceed the figure to which it ia now propneed to reduce hi pay, and when all nereaearr deduction have been maile from the proponed salary hti margin will bo very slight. The police font ot Halt take City I a very eftlcient one and it mem-tie- r are faithful, anlier anil in-dustrious aien, ever on the alert in the line of duty. No better evi-dence of this is neeled than the court recunb, whirh show the city to be cutn- - paratively clear of criminal. Hut at the tlecreawHl rat of pay it w very prob-able that many will resign and their sue rvmioro will lie incompetent, worthle mm. Knid one officer totlay: "H the pro-- reiliii'tion goe Into efTw-t- , I think iMieed rcaign my position, a 1 cannot support a family and maintain uiy et-ieu-on the force on U ier nmnth and live decently. Some pixiple think that f li) wr month is a princely salary but il I nut; it only a fair one. The effect of a cut in salaried will be to tlriv good men ofT Ui furee and their place will be tilled by a lot of fellows who, to mail a decent month's wage will begin the rake nlT racket. At present the force ia free from all such work. I think if the council would eon aider the matter earefultr, tney wouhf hesitate a long time before taking such nn illndvisod step." BSOF THE DAY. ....nninB OuttHe Waterlogged Steamer vor 1'uris at (Juecnstown, Where hlio Arrived To-da- y. THE REPUBLICAN TARIFF BILL. t TIfiws from Louisville --Death of. from all Farts of the World. March 3l.-- The Oitfenstown, Paris met with an accident fh'f T iLday while at bob, which d,s-'l- d of her machinery, broken pieces forced through the double which were ghe drifted help- - aVdaTger of foundering.un- - "oth when the Aldersgato came 1 her assistance and towed her into The disabled steamer ar-U-lire this morning. Her stern is sunk. Her bows are high out o deTl pumpe are at work but hSgainX on e water ilowing in. A llnnquet to Alliilnter Hiultli. Philadelphia, March Emory Smith, of the Pross, will bo given a banquet tonight by the Press club. George V. Childs will preside over the festivities, which will be nttondod by representatives of all the Philadelphia journals. Mr. Smith Bails next Wednes-day for St. Petersburg to assume his ofliuial duties. A Big Reduction. WAHiimcnou, March 31.- -At a rpecial f hA wavs and means com-- mentsto the bill. According to fhe Mc Dinley bill the reduction m rev-nu- e w U amount to 115,000,000. Latent From LoulsvlUo. Louisville, March 31.- -It has boon Bnowing since early last evening, and it i6 feared has greatly damaged the goods in the tobacco district. A water famiihnee threatened in serious earnest, s ve ,s at such a high stage that injury station cannot be to the pumping The river is still rising. As long S?the flood continues noth.ng can be President Long estimates that Z reservoir, barely hold three days' Bupply. The last dead are being laid away today. New York Money ami Stocks. New Youk, March 31. Bar silver ?& Stocks are steady and a Bhado better than the oponing. Money, IfelJa. Fours coupons, 123; Pacific G's,llG; Cen-tral Pacific, 30,'4 ; Burlington, lOti-'- ; Den-ver & Rio Grande, 11; Northern Pacific, 31; preferred, 73' i; North-western, 111; N. Y. Central, lOU;'; Oregon Navigation, 97; Transcontinental, 37 J.'; Pacific Mail, 37; Rock Island. Ol'j; St. Louis & San Francisco, 165,;; St. Paul & Omftha, 31 '4; Texas Pacilio, 19; Union Pacific, G2; Wells Fargo Express, 40; Western Union, 81,58'. Admiral Kowan Dead. WAsHimiTON, March 31. Admiral Stephen Rowan, U. S. N., retired, died of Bright's disease this morning. Sdiiii tliliilf (ioid. H Acres in lllk 'JS, I, its 10 and 11; 10 A V A for cihi per acre; easy terms. Tins is worth looking at. 'Jit I Acres, II miles from P. O., all under feme; 40 Acres in cultivation, giHid water right, for fiVHO ier acre. This is n line chance to buy a farm cheap; Hub 1m '4 a mile from railroad track. I jot 9, lllk. 1 1, 5 A P A for sale cheap. We can sell '."'xH, block and half from II, (I. W. ili'iiot; for half cash. 1 Id'U West Temple Add., li0 each; 'a '""sh. 7x10 rods on t'.th South liet. 31 and lib Vesl,iiim. 10x10 cor on 9lh ami K,?i:U; splendid teruiH. fix.'i on 3d South, close in, 'l7tH'. 7Ml;i'J feet on 'Id South bet. Hth and '.Mb Kusl, hotisii 3 riKiius, .Viii. llliM'k HH.plat D, on market cheap; come get terms, Jii lotB in Homo subdivision, 75 ar lot. We also have a fine lot of busmen properties. Cull mid see us. Will lake pleasure in showing you property. W. W. Kivm A Sum, r,."i and .'Hi Wiisutrh lliiildiug. Chicago Maricet. Chicaco, March 20. 1:15 p.m. close. Wheat Easy; March, 78;'.i; May, 7'Jtf. Corts-Ea- sy; March, 29 '4", May, 30 Oats Steady ; March, 22; May, 22;'u. Babi.ky Nothing doing. PouicStendyj March, 810.50; May, $10.00. Laud Steady; March, 0.12; May, $G.!7. the American Duchess. New Youk, March 3I.-- The Duchess ess of Marlborough, formerly the rich Widow Hammersley of this city, will sail for England in a day or two. The "American duchess" has been here a week or more, but she has not appeared in society to any extent. The famous 400 had made preparations to entertain her royally, but they were curtly in-formed that the duchess came here to attend to Borne legal business and not to renew old acquaintances. This is the first visit of the duchess to America since she bocame possessed of a title. We have t,V,fii) to loan on real eaUte. Fine brick land cheap. Call and ee our acreage. We ban snnpH. Call ami ne lot in Nelson A. (Carly'i ulMlivision. The above proierty is snlo by jf W. It. WiirraiCo. j OgdcN t'rramerjr flutter. ) Better than Klgin. Ilweived ffwl every day. Ilm.riw X Cit., I Tli loading lins'iT. V, II First South St. latmtiffate IIiluw. .1x10 on 0.1 H, el. In fith K. r.x20 on fitri H, Iwt Hth and 9th K 2I,1'J on Dlh K, bet 3d and Ith M. 2x10 on 7lh nt, Imt I and J. 25 acre K W, 5 A, P It. 6 acre N Winum 'J. J. W. llKt aaa A Co. linom 4, 217 South Main. m ... aw. - - l eilcrilU'il Truiles. The following resolution are pub libliiul by tho authority of tho Brewers Union No. 1 of Salt Lake City: At a regular mooting of tho Utrrt Federated Trades and fali.r Council, held March 9, I '., in accordance w ith instructions from the American federation of lalsir, tho fol-lowing resolution was unnniuiounly inl'ipted: Item lived, That in the renso of III in council that all workingmen abstain from drinking wiiil) beer, and withdraw alt patronage from those who handle any of the following New York n)ol boor: Aliheiiser, llun'h ,V Co., St. liiiilis; Will. .1. Irf'inps Western Brewery, St. Uiuin; Phillip Bent ll'iilist) Brewing Co., St. Ijoiiis; Jos, Solihtz Brewing Co., Mil-waukee, Wis. And it is further Resolved, That tlno resolution lie published in tho leadii'g papers of the territory. R. O. Ki.katkii, President. liOi.r.NznCinrtiAiT, Secretary. hkai Spring novnltira in nwkwear. Uawt Marhmx Mm. Cm. Hi Mam at. The t'onllnratal. Thia hoUtl la tin recogniMHl hem qunrtera for comnnreial mn an toiirmta. (Vntrally II ia fu nmhed with everything rUinirm t Hrat clans butoL For rooms at any tiu aiJdrMW O.M-- Managar Continental Hotel. Rval :li Au' Irtmtorjr. This ia Intemlwl fur tha uwi of real lata agents, and it is Ui m iirnuml und the aimpiti of TnaTmrj. Thechari will U for each atklrrMr. Tt diwtory will show all rt.ni' agnnU. 10x10, a good house, 5 blocks from Chft house, rj'i) a rod. A superb residenco on llrigham, near A magnificent turner, 7 rmls front, 3'j block from Ht. Jatiies hotel. HO acres of line farming land with primary water right 12 miles aouth of city. Terms and prices of those propertm will show uiipi'iM-edi'tiU'- bargains. Firm - room house, rdxiut two blocks from Tempi"; easy terms. Knit) lot IS, bliM;k 15, plat U; cheapest in tint city. fix 5, ! rix.m horn, cr. Ul and K M. A bargnin. Our Is oka show tho largest and nut ihwirable list of property in the city. J. II. 'vVlMMiS, K khiiii l'J rind l'J Hitt Auorbai h Hid. ClixlOo feet business properly for f'2'-l- 5 per foot; cheap; 8 roomed house, bath, ' li;5x3:!0 feet on 4th West, $15.0t!0. OS acres three and a half miles from poKbillice, cheap. $QX)0 will buy 0x7 rol 0th Fact an. I 4th South sis. KK) will buy 81x1 10 Slh West and Hd South ats. 0x10 rods on 4th South, 125 per foot. Hxll rods on 1st West and Fir, blx Zl, pi K, $5500. $1000 for 4x12 roils, brick house live rooms. $18,000 for 10x13 rods on ith So and 2d KiiHt streets. J.ViiK) for 'MixlO rods on 5th So l t '..! and lid West. $li;:0 for 25x110 feet, four nxmic'd )UB(). Tiioh. (Jim & Co. - - New spring sty lea in Miller andChn Hurt MaMAfx M. Co. 112 Mam t. 30.000 I t4 ( If Tira Trrj a a i ial edition dl pubheheil almut the riml wek in Apt and a reprint of the real estate agec directory will apar in Una wanim edition, We invit tour attention ami inp turn of our elegant hnea of uaijerwear. JIamt MamL4. Mr.a. t'o. 112 Maiaat ( Mrm. Mmers. D. II. Hoover & 'o., gentla-nii.-n rwi'i-tl- from (Jurny, Colorado, have purchased the drug t' k of Par. A I'ergn at South Main etnt 'Ihe new tirrn conlldently assure the puolie tlnit from years of ex rienio and cari-ru- l study, they will b enabled to . . i . . . .;..l,i.t, fl.r.nrtniAlit llargaia la all claiwea ot property. Ism LAr iMtma 8 ani 9. Jllwk ... KallrMit TlrkrU Itetfirht, Said And en:hae.J liy J. K. tiilpie, m mt it the Aawruran Ticket lirokera . No. 2W Main street. The Troy Steam laundry ia justly nt'iua for He enwltaot wora. Telephone l'J2. Hi Maio Kxnrnlrie Tlx ne I'rli rs. 10x10 cor. on K. li t South, 3 houses; 875 rent, only $17,000. 10x20 5th South near Main; $U0 per nmnth rent, $215 ier foot. 7x7 D street, bet. Clh and 7th, home, .;itv WhU-r- , ih5'l. 5Hxl0U;t. Main and Went lemple; gixnl lioii.'ti", $55i X). 11 fii-t- 10 rods llrigham Is-t- . l t H'.d 2nd Went; IioiIho rent for $f, ir foot Yjwy terms. 5x20 2d South bet. 7th and 8th ha;it; fino improvomentii, $U),(,Oi. A whole block on Marion IJoulBvard, $2100, ).; cash. lii'j n;res South Shore Rfiich projurty east of (Jartield. 4il feet fine business roa;rty, ot.ly $li)il per fsit. Provo City pniS'rty w.il double in value in a short lima. C. L. Liunv ic Co, Cor. .'kl South and Main street, up k'.'iirs. COIIIIIK V Ull lier i ,.i..... ... , with thorough accurm-- and pre.-mio- Only the fn'l.et and R net reliable of drugn pun based and used in orniipound-ing- . - We have jiit placed on nl a most cornptetn line of ri.e hum nnd light weight underwear. JUvi M iEMtu.r. Mi a. ( ii . 1 12 Main atreot Kat Meat, Meat and Meat. Tl, Fulton M-- nt Markt, at Xn 1 w.-- t 3rd South l r't. is m ilady t of . hoi.-- Koiisaafe.1 beef, veal and pork. I ill arid get what you want, ami tho very U t in the market. (ooiii.r. Mi D'lJiAi-d- , Pr)r. . - - If Yon Want good arm .ke, go to the Casino cigar store. 2TW Mam s:ret, north of Waiker House. Auction. On Tuesdav, April 1st, at 11 o'clock, at No 72 West Second South street, house-hold goods: twelve choice bedroom sets, also bedding for each set complete, also 300 yards velvet and other carpets, chairs, rockers, wardrobes, cupboard, center tables, paintings, and other household good., tevm lor iutoae, Mrs Thompson has rented the blocK i"r other business. Don't forgot the num-ber 72 West Second South, few doors west of opera houBe. Hpeclal fer Platttaff. l'J-- acres on HouWvaid, Si wren on Territorial !ioaL airre tn Fift h South. 'Jli acf jmnintj lluer.a Viata. U. R WsiTUJrj,,Jl Mam S Briia Id all elassta of property. L'siok Last Co., IJioiu 8 and 9. Soott Auerbach litoc Banrala la all elaasea of property. Caw Lasdi Ox, tioutne 8 on-- 1 0, Srott-Auerbac- Bkx For freah poultry, fruit, fto-r- : feed. Wether with all fin claea rrt tea, call at the place of W. t I. j aatt, 50 E. Third South atrwt (on'emplated will The improvements make everyone of the 12 W lots worth $50 in one month. 271 Main street. Watch those "snide?" lots that you can buy at 12.50. 271 Main 6treet, jjrWhitney & Buehcr's Dental parlors next to Cullen hotel. You Monly get those lots this week at?12.r)0. 271 Main street. Mrs. CiriatThMth; finf8rtE1c,.nj of millinery to ie'.ad from. South street. nEUKAIMLMLIl. Krai Eilate. 10 acres or, 2nd West. 3x10, Ott "vmt. ir-'- nd South. 5 acres on 2nd Wei t. 0x10 corner Blk.il. l'lat"l." If you want fresh tne'. ar.J t o v. ry best in the market, go to H. S. l)r,:-- eon i (J cor. Muin and :Jrd So'-;.!- ) street. Star safetii. tl e Leal whwsl on earth Pembroke, went. A n;crirBmeioue, 'J. eat 3rl South, Honth front ;ioil brick atablend gwl improvement; PWX V hv 1 ro' fr,4m" houae; empty; on 3rd South and !th tot; 3 rods front, ternii !,,iljs4Tn, Cor. :'.rd South and Main. We are al a't nl for Millard and Christy Hits. Uwt Makjmu, Mra. Hi Maio street. - " - Te The Troy Steam laundry. Telephone lfi, 112 Main street- - Ensllnh Gold Coin. London, March 31. This is the last day on which any gold coin of tho realm minted before the reign of Queen Vic-toria, and that is below the least current weight, could bo exchanged for current coin of full weight. By order of tho council, the light coins should be ton-tiere- d at the latest today at the bank of England, and left there as long as may be necessary for examination Bnd weigh-ing. In this way most of the light gold coin of the country has been withdrawn. v liUATlIS. Death or Mrs. Ague Murklaiid. The king of shadows chose a shining mark when he let fly his deadly shaft at Mrs. Agnes Mnrklnnd yesterday, and called from earth to tho paradise beyond one of the swcetesl llowors in nature's gai don. She was only 21 and had beon a happy wife but two short years when the dread summons camo. Her husband and friends aro comfortless. Tho fun-eral will bo held tomorrow from the Catholic church at 10 a. m., after which the remains will be deposited tempora-rily in the masonic vault where they will remain until arrangements can be made to remove them to her old homo in Covington, Ky. All old lSosident (ioilo Home. Thomas Lynne, ono of tho oldost set-tlers in Salt Lake city, died at his resi-dence on First street, between Fourth and Fifth, at 4 o'clock this morning. Mr. Lynno wns 81 years of ago and had lived in Utah 28 years. Ho was an actor by profession nnd was a contemporary of the Elder Booth, will) whom he played years ago, When Booth nnd Barrett visited Salt Lake last, Edwin Booth paid him a long visit. Mr. Lynne was the first nctor to produce Shaksponan plays in Salt Lake and old timors will remem-ber his "Richard I II" at the Salt Lake theatre. He afterwards successfully put on "Damon and Pythias." He wan a highly esteemed citizen and will bo greatly missod by his many old friends. Railways In Guatemala. City op Mexico, March 31. A con-tract has beon made between Guatemala and a French syndicate for the construct-ion of a railroad from the capital to the Atlantic, to connect with the Central railway running betwoen the capital and the Pacific, thus making a complete in-ter oceanic route across the republic. He Gets off Easy. New York, March 31 Sheriff Flack has been sentenced to two months' im-prisonment in the county jail and fined S50o. Joseph Meeks, fine $5oo and one month imprisonment in jail. William L. Flack, $5oo and imprisonment in peni-tentiary four months. Preients for the Sultan. Berlin, March 31. Envoys left today for Morocco for the purpose of deliver-ing to the sultan presents from the em-peror. Among the presents, are a num-ber of old and new weapons, saddles, costly robes for the sultan's wives, table ornaments and a valuable fountain. I'olieo Kens. Fifteen cases of drunkenness nnd four of vagrancy wero disposed of in the us-ual manner by Justice Lnney this morn- - Mrs. Androwr, keeper of a disorderly house, was nrrested Sunday morning and permitted to go on her own recogni-zance. She did not appear for examina-tion this morning. Emma McLaughlin nnd Jano Ray-mond, koepors of houses of nnd Maud Rivers, Sadie Ross, nnd Etta lem-pleto-inmates of the same, arrested Sunday morning, put up $109 for their appearance this morning, fading in which, the money wns declared forfoitod, Two men, who gave assumed names, found in the den, also forfeited fifty dollars. ., Fritz Swenson invited Rudolph Smith and Charles Anderson to take a meal with him in a restaurant bunoaj, uui after eating Swenson had no money. Tie three wore arrested and brought bo-fo- Justice Laney this morning. Swen-son was fined 610, which he could not pay, and the other two were discharged. Making Up For Sllcott's Steallngfi. Washington, March 31. The court of claims today gave judgment in favor of Representative Grain, of Texas, in a suit to compel the government to reim-burse him for money lost through the defalcation of Clerk Silcott. ORK ritOIll ( Kits' MEETING. A I'rotest Against tlie I'roiiuet of Servilf Mexican 1'eons. Tim nm nroducers of Salt Lfiko City and vicinity have at last decided to make an effort to protect their interests and protest against the Mexican Kansas alliance, which smuggles foreign oris int this country. A meeting will be held this evening at tho Utah ore pro-ducers' rooms, 172 South Main street, to pass resolutions and to draft a memorial to congress urging that tho duty on im-ported ores remain. This is in renporiho to a request from Senator Henry M. Tel ler, H. Townwrnd and E. O. Wolcott.aent by wire from Denver on March Z). Im-mediately following this came ono from C. ii. Kountze, ). II. Moffat and I. Sheedy urging prompt action. Delegate Uaine in a letter fioui Washington of date of March 21 urges that this action betaken, n?d tho Utah ore producers will comply with his A Reporter's Hard Lack. New Yohk, March 31. Dil worth Choate, the reporter who secreted him-self in the jury room while the jurj was considering the Flack case, was this morning sentenced to thirty days im-prisonment and lined $250. Ball Flayer TVurd Winn Ills Suit. New York, March 31. The supremo court this afternoon decided in favor of hall player John M. Ward in the suit brought against him by the Metropolitan exhibition company. All Quirt In Brazil. London, March 31. The Brazilian government telegraphs the Brazilian minister that the reports of disaffection in Brazil are untrue. A Labor Federation. Berlin, March 31. Negotiations have been entered into by the respective chief officers for the establishment ot a thor-"K- h by tho German nnd English trades unions. AMI MiUK.Mt. AT THK OKASI). The famous Bostoniana open nn of five nights at the fjrand opera house this evening. Tho ojicra to-night will Ijo "Suselte." AT THK S.M.T IJiKf. TI1KATKE. At this houae on Weilnesilay and Thursilay tho attraction will lie Tho Great Metropolis," a play having a 4'id plot and full of strong situations. The company has been meeting a ith suo-es- a through the northwest, and ia highly praised by the press. A Spinning Factory Burned. London, March 31. Listers' spinning factory at Bradford was burned. Loss, 8300,000. Reagan Talk. Washington, March 31. In the sen-ate, after routine business, Mr. Kenpan addressed the senate on the bill for the issue of treasury notes on deposit of sil-ver bullion.