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-- ii" - ' i; : 'Real Estate! Real Estate! !! DAVIS & STRINGER, Z WReal E3tate ! "a jj23 West Second South Street, Second Door East of the Cullen Hotel. h our ci..a.i:m: : !'t 1 Tn ten vears Salt Lake City will be the largest city between Chiaigo and the Coast. ' 2 Tn live ve irs more people will visit annually the Great Salt Lake than any Bathing Resort in the world. ' 'V We have the Largest and Best arranged Ileal Estate (Mice, and most Convenient Location in the city. 2" We were carlv intlio field and have sold more property in the past year than any linn engaged in the business, li ! S We have the largest list to select from, (462 pieces now on the list), being the only firm that employs competent men who Mdfinwi1 " for making quick sales, having associated with us the following persons of large ex-- andfin estate! Miss Cassle W. W. Stoddard, J. H. Watts, Harrison f i ncrience in 1. real Alfred E. Duncan; William Hixon, Watkins, Ii S Childers, J. M. Downing and J. J. Alter, Book Keeper and List Clerk. I: ! 7. We include in the following list, only pieces that we know to be below the market: ' " I : Ir I VI7 L1 PROPMIrrY TAPANTUKSI1EN"CK: 'Hi ,m.n( AXlAliKJA-JLJAli-l. 1 JJ--J X XlVJ UXIX 10x10 Ninth East between Fifth and Sixth south, line orchard, five yjars ,'140 acres, improved, full water right, see. 22 t. 1 s. r. 1 w., j , J JO acres near Garden City, improved $80 per aero. Kg $ 4m i 40 acres near Garden City, live-roo- brick house, $C0 per auo. 7xlQ qr e ne,r glxth good twQ. , f,v1 . ... COinC1 and L 4,-0- 0. ! 100 acres .even miles west of Main street J100 per acre. story dwelling, cornor nnJ corner ' "1 acres near city on line of Fort Douglas I"!--' Hrjrnin, 500 per acre. two 1)OUB08Und blirn, ' um 10x10 corner Jrnith and L, 3,500. r acres 2 miles from postoiliee, in eultiv!.;..., e, barn, etc. $G25 cheap without the houses, 2x10 Seventh South, between Second and Third East. .. . 2,500. 0-- j lj(10 E)(JVOnth E(lBt oftr pirBt south, fel.ow. l per acre. , Blx room brick, cellar, bath, fruit. ' All block 123 plat D .' 24,000. Blocks 31 and plat C, on Third South, this side of the river, VUU' pel B,1( stablo, etc., cheap and good 4x10 Twelfth East, Dour Brigham, brick ,,,,, ' terms Lots 5 t C , 9,000. 80,700. .', acre. 5x10 four-roo- brick house, shade, fruit, etc., $5,000. H T'O acres over Jordan, part cultivated, buildings, Bhude.fimt, 1150 per aud Rood barn Lots 5 and 0 block 80 plat C 7,000. . on Brigham street hj"" acre.' . Lot 4 block 91 plat C 3,000. 10x7ornor Seventh and C, good seven '" 3x10 First North, near Fourth West, 8 ,!J rilOSL'ECTIVE BUSINESS TltOl'LuIi: room house, liuest location in city. rooms, summer kitchen, 85,500. 10x10 corner Seventh and II 9,000. . 10x10 corner II and Tenth 3,250. v south, $200 foo l. . 3x20 with a brick . f, 49 feet on Main street, per hojise 10x10 on xorth Temple 4,750. 4 j i l St,w,Kl Wc8t 2b 1KU " ' in two Good terms. down, balance, 82000, year- s- E fhlh W(jst t 82i feet on Second South 300 per foot best bargain in Uilist. .n & . n . i 82 feet on Third West 150 per foot. I I ft 2 ; Dr. 0. W. HIGGINS. MICMOSCOPIC AND ANALYTIC PHYSICIAN. Dr. (1. W. IliKKici, thd well known Siipomhst. HmwiR 17 nnd IS 8t- - Klmo'IIotl,""cnnfi chronic and private (iiwimm, Fit, Nervous Wrakiiws. Ni'nrnlKin. liilionsncHH. (travel, Bore JCyen, liiiiiK DieoiiHOH, Tapo Worm, UvBix-psi- Ijivnr ami Kidnpy Complaint, lnafnofW,''('alrrli, KryKiwInn, Scrofula. Hlieumatimn, Still Jointp, 1'iIhk, in their worst.form, (lancera, without thonoe of Mm knife. lliaxnosiB maile by tho aid of Ihn inifcroscope aucl cliemical tents, and symptoms d"scril)l withont qnerlionint! the patient.. All rises cured by the scientific nse oF.rironer reinediB;ail "Biases of Fits enroll; Tape worms token with their liewls or no pay. Hy the aid of the miscroscope, we can detect Calcut, Cancerous matter, Carbonato of I .ime, Albnmen and all extraneous substances mixed wilh the urino or blood; this is the scientific principle of treating Chronic Diseases. Parlors 17 and 18 St. Elmo. Hotel. GREAT SLAUGHTERING SALE OF Heating Stoves! loo HEATING STOVES MUST BE SOLD Regardless of Cost. You can Save Fifty Per Cent by Buying Now of the ALT LAKE HARDWARE COMPANY-- 32 West Second South. (Opera House Block). Sig-T-L of t!b.e "BIG-- G-TTIL-middlemissTvanWke & caT" Real Estate and Mines, 156 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. ) . i' 9Ww 1)0 YOU w.vsr To lltiy a IIouho ami I..it Within the City? I have two big snaps in empty houses this week. First $10,000; tho very finest modern residence on the North Bench, only 'JO rods north of tho electric car line on the corner of Fouth nnd J streets. Tho lot has 105 feet east front and S2i feet south front; tinest lawn on the bench, choice fruits and elegant shrubs and flowers, largo barn, carriage house and stable yard. The house is new, all hard brick, hot and cold water bath, electric bells, well tilted wtth halls, closets, bath room, pantry, collar. 84000 cash, &I0O0 in six months, nnd SM00 m twelve months nt 8 per cent. Second 8:2000; for Bn adobo houso of two largo moms and summer kitchen, nearly new, on cornor of Fourth West and Ninth South streets. Near the rear door is an artesian well over 200 feet deep, flowing a steady stream of Dure water; the lot is n 50x153 foot corner enclosed by a picket fence. Terms $1200 cash, balance ono year at 10 per cent. The above for sale exclusively by tho "Original lireene," nt 274 Main SU, near Clift House. Pembroke quick job printer. duty of lj cents a pound. Resolutions embod)iii,' the views expressed were adopted and a conuuittco was appointed to proceod with thorn to Washington and present them to the congressmen di-rectly responsible to tnis interference with tho leather trade. The Leather Trade. Chioaoo, March 31. The mi tubtrs of the leather trade of this city held a meeting today at tho Sherman Hoi.se, nnd after eUvting a president and secre-tary, proceeded to give utterance to their indignation that the ways and means committee should prowse to take hides from the free list and subject them to a t feoling of bitternoes between the par-lies. President Young, who is nbsent from Salt Lake a good portion of his time, was not awaro of those dilforonees at lirst, and when he did hoar of them the mischief had boen done. As tho matter now stands tho sorretary of war will have to puss upon it beforo it can bo settled, and there can bo no question of his action. A government franchiso for a railroad through a military reservation precludes tho possibility ot tho military authorities assessing either freight or passengers passing through tho reserva-tion on tho cars of tho railway pooplo. WHAT THE TUODIII.K IS AIIOUT. The Misuutlerstanillnii Itatween I'rmidmit Yumig and the Military Authorities. It appears that the controversy at present existing between John VV. Young and the military authorities partakes a groat doal ot the character of personal feeling. It is said that when President Young was building his Salt Lake Jb Fort Douglas railway through the mili-tary reservation, his contractors en-croached upon the water supply of the Fort to such an extent as to annoy the commanding oflioer. The horse3 of the contractors were watered in the one small stream which supplyod tho fort, and the animals wore permitted to stand in the Btream above tho fort, thus be-fouling the water before it reached the military reservation. Kemonstrnnces wore made in vain; the'eontractors paid no heed to what they considered dictato-rial Gorainands and the result was a company is organized for the purpose of manufacturing lime and quarrying rock for building purpoBos. The capital stock is ftO.OOO and is divided into 400 shares of S100 each, owned by tho fol-lowing: E. P. Sears, president; C. W. Veach, secretary; C. L. Crane, treasurer, and J. D. Stephens. Tho company owns 421 acres of land in Adkins gulch, which are said to be composed of excellent de-posits of limestone. The Carver Grocery company fllod ar-ticles yesterday. The capital stock is $10,000. Oll'ieers, J. S. Carver, president; II. L. tirillin, A. 1 Urif-ii-secretary and troasurer. , k NEW Ctmi ORlTIOSS. r Three More Firms Added to the Clly's i Jtiulneas Koater. ' The Sears Lime and Rock company ,.) filed articles of incorporation today. The ? ' ' Mi ' ' '. The Smooth System Which He Adopted ' in Order o Entice "Simolcoiis" From Ills Many Victims. I'm "PEESIDENT"BBAMBLET0N'SRULE3 'fe ! ' I " i A Garao of "Heads I Win, Tails You T I Lose," With no Possible Chance 'i - of tue Suck8r Vinn' HU ' 1 i Ot all the smooth schemes invented to i ( , trap the unwary, that ot lieavor tho , " coniidonoo man recently arrested by tho (Vj-- police, takes the tirBt i)nze. 8ome 5 ' 4 BharpeiB occasionally let their victims i J win, but in Heaver's case there wus no ( 5 5 possible chance uiiIobb the victim should ! liae concluded to draw a pistol and i ' hold up tho outlit. Tho game is the " "lottery," and consists of a "layout on 'f N ! which forty-on- e numbers, each alternate j ' one being a blank." Then there are ' twonty-fou- r cards, numbered from 1 to t j 0, or four sots. They game is played by i i f i ? two porsons, the "capper" and the prin- - I ' cipal. Tho former goes out and hunts a i ; victim, and once captured, his tinancial , J cognomen is synonymous with that of t i the recontly seated congressman from ' i Maryland known as Mudd. The capper 5 informs his newly-foun- d friend that he ( ' v bns just drawn a prize in the Louisiana i ' , lottery, and that he is going around to I ).' theollice to got it cashed. Will the gen- - i i , . tlomnn join him? Tho gontlemnn acqui V usees, and the lamb and the lion go away , ; ' together. The ticket iB cashed, and the ' keeper of the don informs the capper ' ; '' that by reason of his being fortuuate f- in the Now Orleans scheme he is ' . , entitled to a chance in the homo j lottery. He then unfolds his little oil- - V cloth and explains. If the stranger would liko to take a chance by putting , f up two per cent of $'.2000 he can do so, If he wins a less amount than 82000 the ' f difference will be refunded, and only two J per cent of the amount drawn will be ; " required. This he says is the rule as ' promulgated by "F.N. Brambleion, pres- - :: idont," whose book of rules is forthwith o produced and road for the edification of ' the "llsh." The victim produces, the J i cards aro shullled, ho drawB eight of ' 3 them, and tho total is a number which J ' tlniws nothing. He is asked to try again "J S only thiB time he must double his first ' ante. "The rules" say so, and in ao- - '' I fordance with tho rules tho agent miiBt 1 . ' coaduct all "drawings." The victim may protest, and if so the confederate J nnnounces that he will go in too. Each !J - poBts- - bis monoy and as before draw i ' ' nothing. They must now double again, i but the sucker's money js gone. He no- , j peals to tho capper for a loan and the ' i latter is about to advance it when the t j ' "agent" roads another of tho "preBi- - ',' l U dent's" rules which forbids the buying ' f, of chances with money borrowed. Then ',1 , if the victim has no bank account the I game is at an end. If ho ri" lias one he generally draws a J 1 cluck. Beaver's last victim took this , i course, after having been fleeced of $00 -- ! M in cash nnd gave his paper for $120. ' Tho confidence man is out on bond, - whilo his confederate is at largo. Chief joung thinks the pair are a very dan- - 3 j i gerous duo of the bunco class, nnd when ' the agent comes up for trial if he ever j Ws -- ho will probably got a heavy sen - ?J. 1 tOLCO. INTHKNATlONAL I.AIIOK CONI'KK-KNC-Hk Adjournmoiit AVll liout Any l'ravttcal Kcsultii. IJkui.in, March 31. Tho International Labor Conference which opened with a uroat llourish of liumpets less than two weeks n,;o, adjourned today without at-tracting the slightest attention. Great things wore expected by this conference, which was summoned by the young Em-peror, but its proceedings wore over-looked in the excitement produced throughout Europe by tho resignation of Prince Bismarck. The proceedings from the oponing to tho closo were of tho simplest character, and now that a linal adjournment has been taken, tho ques-tion is asked, What has tho conference accomplished? The proceedings were conducted secretly and thoso who par-ticipated in them rofuse to reveal their character. Hence there is no one in authority to point out, if such can be done, the purpose served by the meet ing. Baron VonBorlapsch, tho Prussian min-ister of commerce presided at the delib-erations. His remarks made at various times during the session, had no dis-tinctive character. The decisions of tho conference will be subject to the ap-proval of the governments represented. The debates were conducted ;in French and the reports will be printed in both French and German. The emperor to-day took farewell of the delegates. IIAKTINUTON'S IIHTURN. II Comttfl Ilfime to Consolo a AViiluw, IIIh Olcl-tiln- o Kwct'tlifurt. London, March 31. The fact that Lord Hartington returned from Cairo unexpectedly, although ho is in wretched health, is causing much gossip, in which the namo of tho Duchess of Manchester is mixed up. Tho death of tho duko, her husband, occurred last week at Naples, and the Marquis of Hartington cuts short his vacation to offer her in her bereavement. Tho duchess is tifty-eigh- t years of age. It is well known that Hartington has re-mained a bachelor on her account. For years no one hasdreamedof inviting one of them to a reception without the other. Of course all who are aware of tho close friendship that has existed be-tween Uem for many years expect a marriage announcement as soon as the usual period of mourning expires. The duko was a poor and complacent auto-crat, who entertained neither a personal nor a political grudgo against the ex-L- i bond and present follower of Salis-bury. NOTES AHOUT TOWS, I'll ked l'p by a Time Reporter IJurlrg tho Uny. A letter from tho east received in this city this mornitiK from Mr. Joseph Mills status that Suit Lake City is all thetalk. Mr. Mills is an exten-sive lumber dealer in Decatur, Illinois, i n 1 he declares his intention of closing out his interests there at once aud removing to Halt Lake, lie will onHo in tlio lumber, sash, door and blind business here, for which purpose lie will Moot larKo and suitnble buildings. . It is likely that tho Brooks Arcade, to bo erec-ted corner of Third South and the State rmd, will (Jo ahead at once, it having boon determined to purchase some of the present leases, if possi-ble, some of which do not expire until next Octo-ber. There is plenty of money to carry tho work to completion, and the building will bo one of the finest in Utah. The east side hotel, of which Wendell Monson is the projector and a large investor in tho pro-ject, will is? hurried forward as rapidly as possi-ble. When Mr. Benson went east, a short time ago he left J'itiO.lHiU witn mo contraeiors, and also gave them authority to draw $5),0IK) more. It has boon suggested that a tilting name for the house would bo "Tho llenson Hotel, which would be a graceful compliment to the gentleman who is so deeply interested in the ?on- - '"'salt Ijake," said a gentleman at the Walker House this morning, "is like what Seattle was two years ago. Everybody then thought tuai Seattle property was ti.o dear, but they have since discovered their mistake. Instead of dropping, Seattle property kept on getting higher, and mnny fortunes were made. So it is with Salt Lake; and I do not think any mistake can lie made about this city, which has infinitely more advantages thun can be found anywhere else in this country." The Hooper building, to bo located on Firat South street, between Main and First East, will lie sixty-fiv- e foot front by 1HU feet deep. It will have a nnl sandstone ornamental front with brick party-wall- s, and will bo five stories in height. The lower floors will Im occupied by stores and the upper port ion devoted to otlices. The structure will lie nuished with an elevator and ail other modern improvements. The red sandstone has begun to arrive from the quarries below Thistle, and some of tho blocks are the largest ever brought to Salt Lako. l'EUSONAti POINTS. Senator Sherman Eeems to have some sontimont remaining. On St. Tatrick's day he appeared in tho senate with a shamrock on the lapel ot his oont. Alphonse Daudot, the famous French novelist, is fond of smoking, but uses tho cheap clay pipes. He has probably never heard of the Missouri meerschaums. They talk at Fordham.near Now York, of a monument to Edgar A. Poo. Of. courso the country in gonoral will be called upon to contribute. Such iB the New York Btyle. Iu his locture ;Goneral Howard saya that when he parted with General Grant the last time the General asked him to pray for him. This is buing used to mow that General Grant was a religious man. In filling out n death certificate a Pennsylvania doctor inadvertently wrote his name in the blank space reserved tor "cause ot death." Who knows but it was the proper thing for him to have done? Humor has had an illustration n the south. A minister announced to his congregation one Sunday that on tho next Sunday he would preach on "Look-ing Backward." A large nudionce as-sembled to hear him when he discoursed to the people on Lot's wife. Hero is an opportunity for ministers who are tired of thinking forthomsolvos. A Now Bedford clergyman who bns been in service a long time advertises 700 ser-mons for sale, covering all subjects, and applicable to any locality, lie only wants $1 apiece for the lot it taken in a lump. Sain Jones seems to have boon more offensive down in Texas than usual. Perhaps he thought tho people down there required something ruder than olsowhere. At Tyler he said "dancing girls look like tadpoles and fashionable girls look no more like God Almighty's woman than a Chinaman looks liko a salt mine." He is always an ardent seekor aftor notoriety. Another Elevated Kaad. New Yoak, March 31. Tho Ninth Brooklyn Eapid Transact commission met today nnd adopted a plan for the construction of an elevated road on Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, from the south forry to Essex street. The struc-ture, which is to be supported on posts in the middle of the street, can not be built until tho Long Island railroad en-ters into an agreement to remove the present surface tracks, fences and gates west of x street and to level the street, aud place the regulation horse car t acks through the contre of tho avenue. . . WVOMINQ Olt, FIELDS. l'ennylvanla Operators to Develop Them Thoroughly. PiTTSuuno. March 31 Ponsylvania oil operators aro turning their attention to Wyoming Territory, for which those interested are claiming that big things aro in prospect. Tho oil fields are lo-cated in the central part of tho Territory. Oil was found thore several years ago, but tho Territory has never been devel-oped to much extent. Now, however, an energetic effort is to be made in that di-rection by several companies, and tho coming summer promises to bo a livoly one thoro in field operations. Knol y and Treat, of Bradford, have secured by purchaso a block of about 00,000 acres on which they will put down wells. Tho Standard Oil comnany has bought up 100,000 acres in tho Big Horn o'.l bns;n, and Pittsburg operators have also gotten hold of several thousand acres in the lower portion of the Territory. A com-pany of Pittsburg men is now nliout completing the purchase ot 70,000 or 7.i,000 acres on which to start operations this spring. Whole townships of thirty-si- x square miles have been bought up by oil men, so that if Wyoming's Holds are not properly developed it will not be the fault of the operators. What are known as tho Landor Wells, located south of the Wind Kiver Reservation, nnd owned by a Salt Lake City company, which have been Bhut down for three or four years, aro to be opened up again, and it is thought they willgiveoutadailyproduct of 700 barrels. Thev aro shallow wells, being only 350 feet deep. Their product is an exceedingly tine quality of lubrica-ting oil, that would be worth in Pitts-burg, it is claimed, $12 a barrel. Both lubricating nnd illuminating oils nre found in Wjoming, tho latter being the same m quality as Washington (Pa.) oil. Knlj,ht8 of Honor. Chicago, March 31. The Knights of Honor have arranged for a great demon-stration tonight at the auditorium. All tho seats for the occasion have been al-ready disposed of, and therefore a full house for tho entertainment, which will bo of a musical character, is assured. Supreme Director Savage of Auburn, Me , and Supreme Reporter Nelson and Supremo Treasurer Branch of St. Louis, Mo., will be present, as will also the grand ollicers and supreme representa-tives of Illinois. Ail Art Exhibition. New York, March 31. F. A. Bridge-man- , who has recently returned to America, after an absence of ten years, ojKMied an exhibition of his works today at Ont;gi's gallery. Ho has all his exhi-bition pictures and studies, about 300 in all, including paiutings on which he had been at wo-- for several years, displayed. He will remain hero until tho 18th of next month aud on May 1st will open for two weeks in Chicago at the Art Insti-tute. About the last of Mav he returns to Paris. I!rii?i.lrlt t'.ivca l'p the I'asslon Clay. Pakis, March 31- .- Sarah Bernhardt lias given up all intention of producing M. Harancourt's passion play. The priests have untpjalilkvily condemned all attempts to put the play on the boards, and Sarah, who is a Catholic in religion, has yielded to their counsel, although she had ordered nnd paid for the cos-tumes w hich she was to wear in the character assigned her.