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tns clearing hoisev linnlnen Will Ilegln Tomorrow. Tomorrow Manager Hawley of the Salt Lake clearing house will begin business at his office, next door to the old chamber of commerce building on West Second South street. With the Ira-- , mense reel estate Bales now taking place and the volume of business generally' increased the city should make a good showing, in Denver and Kansas City the banks arrange to have nearly all their business go through the clearing house and the show-- ! ing they make is a Very gratifying one. Salt Lake City's clearings should amount to 11,500,000 every week, and in view of the fact that this will be printed in every paper of importance in the United States, the benefit of the adver-tising received cannot be overestimated. St. Joseph, Ma, s town of 70,000 peoplo, has for a year been hanging on the rag-ged edge of a million and a half, and could Salt Lake equal the clearings of that city it would be the biggest adver-tising card of the season. Hankers and business men generally would do well to attend to this matter, as it is of vital importance. SALT LAKE EYENING TIMES, ThrTimf.s' Telephone number is 181. , ' Tks office of Tun Timm is looated at No. 12 . Commercial slrwt, ARRIVALS AM) CLOSE OF MAILS. Hchednle of arrival and closinn of mails at the f Bait Lake Citv PontoHloe March 8, 1889. f Arrive Clos-e-f Hails. at at 4 Depot. P'atofflce I Eastern, via TJ. P. It'y 2:10 a.m. 7:10 a.m. Eastern, via R. O. W. li'f.... :Mp.m. 9:80 a.m. WeBtorn 10:S0a.m. 8:00 p.m. Han Krancisoo, closed poach 8:00 a.m. ; ORilen 10:30 a.m. M0a.m. Oki Ion 4O0p.m. Offilon 7KX)p.m. 600p.m. 5 North and Northwest 700 p.m. 400 p.m., 1 1'BrkCitv 10:30 a.m. 7:10 p.m. I Park City j Bouthern 6:50p.m. 8:10p.m. 3 Southern, closed ponch, Mil- - t' rd, Frisco and beyond . . . 10:10 a.m. 230 p.m. ' Biiinham Canyon and West ! Jonlan 4:20p.m. 8:40a.m. Tooele connty 1:4.1 p.m. 7:10 a.m. j Alta and Wasatch 6:50p.m. 6:10p.m. General Deliviry HOO a.m. to 0O0 p.m. Curriers' window 0O0 p.m. to 700 p.m. Hunday and Holiday hours . . . 12.00 m. to 100 p.m. jj " Local mention in this oolamnwilibe carried (j at 25 oents per lino each insertion. MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1800. Lots at $12.50 Apiece. Think of it! You can secure forty-nin- e lots at the insignificant price of 812.50 each. This great offer is only for the purpose of advertising. Read this care-fully; the opportunity of a lifetime is herein presented. There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Be careful that you do not wait for the bbb. This great offer pos-itively holds good but for ONE WEEK, ' commencing Monday, March 31st, and closing Saturday, April 5th. Itead care-fully the following conditions, and then you will understand where the advertis-ing comes in and why wo can afford to sell lots for the insignificant sum of $12.50 each, which are really worth $150 apiece. The simple CONDITION is that each purchaser must introduce at tho office of the Great Trans-Jorda- n company, 274 Main street, near the Clift Houre, a man or woman over 18 years of age tor each lot purchased. There is no limit to the number or lots a single individual may purchase, except his or 4 hor ability to introduce people toour office. Somoone must be brought to us and introduced for each lot procured at this trilling ex-pense. We must and Bhall enlarge tho circle of our acquaintance and keep the office full of people. Thut alone will more than compensate us for tho Iobs in-curred in selling a limited number of our lots away below cost. These advertising lots will be sold only for cash, and all lots must be paid for when selected from the maps in the office. Parties residing outside the city can secure some of these lots providing they have their remittance of nionoy at the office by Saturday the 5th, and in lieu of a personal introduction to us, for each lot they may purchase they must send two names of persons to .whom we can aanil mnna oi ri'll Inra ot n ,Wt nni,,,.a Just Received A superb line of Cambric. Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries-- , Flouncings, Baby Flouncings, All over Embroideries Guipure Vandyke Embroideries, Hemstitched Embroideries, &c. Torchon Laces, all widths. 75 patterns Vandyke Laces. "Novelties in Dress Goods." Shanghai Wash Silks, new designs, $12 a pattern. French and Domestic Sateens in elegant colorings. "Absolutely Fast Black" Hose, 25c pair. The Walker Bros. Co. We carry a full line of the celebrated Foster Perrin kid gloves for gentle-mon'- s wear. Bast-Marsha- Mer. Co. 112 Main st. Auction! Auction! On Monday, March 31st, at 11 a. m., Fine corrioges, elegant household, f urni-tur-carpets, robes, bedding, etc., etc., No. 103 W. Third South street. Androws & Reinsimnr, Auctioneers. We SUU Lead In offering the cheapest, largest and best improved lots on the market, within tho city limits, in Prospoct Park. Nice resi-dences, schoolhouse and shado trees al-ready there. Terms, $25 cash and $10 por month, no interest. On the 1st of April the price on these lots will be ad-vanced $50 each. Buy now and secire a cheap homo. Wo have no outside agents. Careful selections made for outside parties. B. A. M. Froiseth & Co., 70 E. 2d South st. Choice maple syrup, the finest in the hind. Hamond's choice hams and bacon, A FEAST Clear Title!! GRAND OPERA HOUS W. J. BURGESS, - - . ManaJ Five Nights and Wednesday Matin BEGINNING Monday, Marclj G THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS ENGLISH OPERA. Tom 'Kar, H. C. Barnaber, W. McDonald, Proprietors and Managi REPERTOIRE: Monday, . "SUSETTE Tuesday, - "FKA DIAY0LC Wednesday, - "FATINITZ,1 Thursday, "DON QUIX0TI First time here. 1 Friday, - "IL TItOVATORI t'OMPLTCTE CHORUS NEW AND HEAl and ORCHESTRA! h'VL COBTUMlii PRINCIPALS: Sopranos-Ma- rie Stone, Julieth C den, Carlotta Macondee. Contraltos Jessie Bartlett Da' Flora Finlayson, Josephine Bartlett. Tenors Tom Karl, Edwin W. If Baritones and Bassos H. C.Barnal W. II. McDonald, Eugene Cowles, (J Frothinghom, Fred Dixon. THE A. J. lite ft Wo Have the Oldest Real Estate Agency IN Salt Lake City. Have Been in Our Present Office Ten Years! We have beyond a Doubt tho larg-est list of Property IN THE CITY I We Own and Control $1,000.00! new goods nnd choice fruits arriving every dav at U. B. Duwt's, 72 and 71 E. Second South street. The Troy steam laundry, famous throughout the west for its excellent work. Telephone 192. 112 Main st. Union Pad lie LiiimIs. Utah Real Estate and Investments. C. E. Wantland, agent, 201 S. Main street, Salt Luke City. Get the Bicycle you want at once. See Pembroke, 18 Commercial, nyent for Mar, New Lever Safety and $1)0.00 New . National Ball all around. Pkmuhoke. (?. WANTS. If yon want help, 11 yon want to rent n houso, If you wnnt to Bell a lot, If yon want a situation, ' If you want anything, i : Advortiso in Tuk Times "Wnnt Column." . ... sent may be of persons residing in their own towns or elsewhere. There must be two names sent for each lot purchased. These lots offered at $12 are very choice and have been sold at privoto sale at from ?T0 to $100 each. The prices will be advanced weekly, until in the summer the $5C0 notch will bo renchod. Will you show wisdom or will you be a clam? If you are wise you will load up at the bottom figure. Ifyou hnve a perverse or over cautious nature you will make sneering, disparaging re-marks about those snide $12.50 lots, and in less than three months will bo eagerly seeking to buy them at from three hun-dred to rive hundred dollars apiece. Tlie ollice will be open for theselection of lots and the introduction of strangers from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day except Saturday, when the sale will clote promptly at 3 p.m. Call early and avoid the closing rush. Next week a similar offer will b9 made but at a greatly ADVANCED IMCICE PER LOT. We shall publish in the daily papers a list of the purchasers for thiB week in order that they by next week can undersell us and yet recoive a fair margin of profit upon their investment, Wo Bhall pub-lish tho names and addresses nnd advise our purchasers for next week to buy of those before coming to us. Tho prices will positively be advanced every week. The title to the lots is absolutely por-fec- t. To every callor we give a map nud other printed matter; to every purchoser a copy of abstract title insurance policy and warrantee deed. Bear in mind that hundreds of the best citizens of Salt Lake now own lots in the Bame plat. If some ono tolls you that the lots are low ground, away out without transportation, don't boliove him, but come to the office, get a map and go look at the lots yourself. The only limit to the numbor of lots you can purchase is the number of peoplo you can introduce. Don't forget the place, 274 Main street between the Clift and Walker houses. 274 Main street. iviusicai jJirecior b. a.isuiuioy. Stage Director Fred Dixon. THE CULLED THE Modern Hotel OF SALT LAZE CIT S. C. EWIXG, Proprietor. NOBLE, WDQD'ft G( The cn!y Exclusive Hatters in Salt Li Yonmnn'p Oelnprnrofl IFe.ts, best in tho Wi Specially Maiml'Holured for Aoble, Wood Al Salt Lake City. Utah. Annual tStateiiiei For tho year onil!nir Tlecembr 31, 188!), ol tlie conditiou of the ST. PAUL "Ze airlee burd catches ze worm." CL.EAH TITLE 35. 3rd North, between 2nd and 3rd West; nice brick hoiife of 8 rooms, flowing well; right of way, 3x8 rods, south front. This will bo sold on easy terms, and is very cheap; $725o. CLEAR TITLE 27. K street, betwnen 0th and 0th, brick and bnrn;$tCo). I LEAK TITLE 41. Currant Btreet, part lot 2, orchard, etc., faces south, 3x7, $3ooo. CLEAR TITLE 41a. E street, between 3rd and 4th, 2xG, adobe house; S3ooo. CLEAR TITLE 45. Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 in Block 1C9, Plat C; tiiko it quick; S2o,ooo. CLEAR TITLE 44. Near Waterwheel through Eagle Gate in Block 93, Plat A, 10x10 rods; splendid site; in the center of interes t: 2o,ooo. CLEAR TITLE 44 Five lots 3x4 rods in block 3, close to business, S.jooo. CLEAR TITLE 50. Fcrty acres on State road, bargain if you talk rignt; see it. CLEAR TITLE 59. Main street, close in, elegant property, 4oxGo, 35o foot. CLEAR TITLE 59a. Iox2o rods, Third East street, fine home, grand chance, good residence, could be subdivided, now is the time, 821,ooo. CLEAR TITLE CI. Thirty feet on Commercial street, now or never, for $looo foot. CLEAR TITLE (S3. Part lot (J, olock 01 o, 3x18 rods, two fronts 3x9, gCSfjoo. CLEAR TITLE (V.la. West Temple street, 2)jxlo rods, choice, $35oo. Clear Title 67. fourth south, close to business, line home, modurn, stylish, one of the best in the region, 3xlo rods, see it, $12,ooo. Clear title 70. Fourth Eost, 31xlo8, livo room brick, betweon South nnd First South, nice home and very cheap, fuces west, a good buy, S405o. CLEAR TITLE 87. loxlo rods noxt to big East side hotol. Do you want it at $7oo? CLEAR TITLE 91c. Fine corner on 4th West and 3d South. Would you like it? CLEAR TITLE 94. Forty ncres near West Jordon co-o- p Buy it for S2ooo. (LEAR TITLE 100. Long louse and eiisy torma on busi-ness lund. Fine stores. Snap. CLEAR TITLE 107. loxlo roils on North Temple, near railroad; big bargain, 88000. CLEAR TITLE 115. 3oxll5 feet on Wost First South, good ronta, buuinoNs snap. Worlli of Property IN The City and County ! Can soil Uuycrs properly In any portion of the City. Terms to suit purchas-ers. We oicn the best addition to Salt Lake! We Have Ten Horses and Six Salesmen. You are respectfully invited tc our of-fice, where you will receive a HEARTY WELCOME! We shall be glad to furnish information concerning the resources: and attract-ions of Salt Lake and its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock and sheep raising and manufacturing in terests, to all in search of homes or seek-ing safe and lucrative investments for capital. Our Carriages are at tho Disposal of Visitors. CALL AND SEE US. The Oldest Real Es-tate Office in the City. Estublisaed in 1H1H. TlelJiiteCo. East M South. Salt Late Theatre. Cius, S. Bukton, Manager. two r s o NIGHTS 8 JAPRIL ONLY 3 w Wednesday and Thursday. THE RIAL WlOEEIS CO. In the Latest New York Success, I H WILLIAM MORRIS SUPPORTED BY finnim The Rial &. Mor--- Wl Ms Co., METROPOLIS 3rand0peraHouse San Francisco A. flay deplete Wltli Beautiful Scenery, Startling Situations, Heroic Lifo-Savin- g. I UhwiI iric(n. Box office will bo oion for eiilo of tteuts Tuewlny morning. J J. F. JACK, Real Estate, U:l. SoulU Main. Salt Lake City. 99x108 ft, State Road, bet 0th and Cth South. CCxlOO ft, State Road, bet Cth and 7th South. 82xlG0 ft, Stato Road, bet Cth and 7th South. 21x148 ft, State Road, bet 7th and 8th South. 50x144 ft, State Road, near 9th South. 130x144, cor State and 0th South. 25x114, State, near 9th South. Cor 3rd East and Cth South. 5x10, Blk 17, Plat A; S3000. 5x20, Cth South, bet 2nd nnd 3rd East. 5x10, good houso, 4th South, bet 7th and 8th East. 401105, fine residence, 3rd S, East. 41x105, Main St, bet Cth and 7th South. An ecre joining Liberty Park, near Boulovnrd. See our list for bargains in Tlats D and O. Also ncre properties. Two lots in Park Placo. MoAt.T.IHTUR BUOH. 2G5 South Main St. New lines of spring neckwear just opened.. .l Mi'.it. Co., 142 Main street. Lincoln Park Still leads. Look up its advantages be-fore buying lots in other additions. C. K. Wantland, 201 Main Street. Inside property has increased to such an extent that a poor man can't live in the city. The chance of a lifetinio is of-fered for this week only. 274 Main street. Insurance Company. Mailo to Hie Fecrctnry of the Territory of t in imrKnance of an Act Kelatinf? to Fire Ir anco Companies, approved March 13, ISM. Name of Company and location, St. Paul G InMirance Co , St. Paul, Minn. Tho amount of Capital Stork is $300.' Tlie Capital Stock paid up is IW' The amount of its Asht ik ; 3fc& Tho amount of its Liabilities (incltid- - int; capital) is 3"t." Tho Not lit rplus over all liabilities is.. 19,'! Tho namo of its Attorney or Aneut for the Territory of Utah upon whom ser-vice of process in any civil action against said company may le made, Martin & Lindsay. Halt Lake City. The Receipts dnrine the year were M'1 Tho Expenditures during the year woro 82,11 State of Minnesota, ) OUNTYOF llAMHEY. f ...J. (Juincy Ham, r)ecretary beinK duly deposes and says that ho is the alntve depen othcer of ;ud company, and that the force statement of the general condition of said ' puny on said Tliirty-iir- st day of lJecemlx eorroct according to the best of his informs knowledge and belief, respectively. J. (jm NOT II a Subscribed and sworn before me this i teenth daj of March, A. D. 1KW). MoUKIs M. MAOHENIIF.lMri seal Notary l'ul TEnniToRY of UTAn, ) Bki'iiktary's Offkie. ( 1, Elijah Sellf.Secretary of the Territory of do hereby certily that the above nnd foregoiii full, trm nnd corro- -t eopy of the Annual ! ment of ( ho Ken ral condition of the b't. Herman Insurance Company, of tit. Paul, A! filed in my office on the 22nd day of March, in pursuance of an act relating to Fire lnsur companies, approved March 13, 1S84. In wilnees whereof I have heri set my hand and nflixed tne 'i seal. Heal of tie Territory of UtahthW day of March, 18iW. Elijah Skixs Secretary of UUihTerritu Loms IlYAMa & Co., Agents, 015 Progress Block. Happy Hour Dental Company. -- yr & Two Indies, Jtl? gentlemen; QV-- cent on youl 5 w5iSB " vestment. , nation and tr ment free of charge. Finest gold fill S1.50 and up. Teeth extracted ll lively without pain and daneer by oi our new anesthetic compound aid frtj charge on Wednesdays; come early, Silver or amalgam fillings, $1; P1 phate and other fillings, $1. Full set of best teeth o and up. sording to material in base plate. Mrs. Buck and Miss Weaverlingof company especially solicit the patron it ladies. Finest work; perfect satisfaction anteed. Respectfully, Happy Hour Dental Co. Office in Wasateh Bloc' l.HJHAJI & DONNELLAN, Real Estate Agents H . 2ml South Street. The M &D- - Steel Range- - fPi flfej?SS1,iJ: 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 send for circular with cuts before paving same price for old style Iiange. General lino of Cook and Heat-ing Stoves and House Furnishing Goods F. E. SCHOPPE&CO 223 South Main Stropr THE SALT LAKE ABSTRACT, TITLE, GUARANTY AND TRUST-:-COMPAN- Y, (Formerly Harvey, Noff & Co.) 265 S. Main Street. CAPITAL $100,000.00. Incorporated under the laws of Utah Territory. Males Correct Abstracts of Titld, . Showing all Errors. Titles to Real Estate and Mort-gages Thoroughly Examined and Insured 1NHUKEH against loss by Mouhauics Iaoiih and dwiHlflnt's dobts. Honta boxpR (latest improved Dioljold) in its vault, and doos an worow Iwumwrh, Acts aa Kjecaor, AdminiHdit.or, (iiiitrdiaii, AHPiKnoo, Ilt'teivor, etc., etc., aid oxecutos trnsus of overy kind. Holding Trust Funds separate from all Other Assets of the company, And retaining as connacl the Attorney through wle i the biiKineHH comes. Co.l.et8 interests on income Bnd trRn6acts nil other buainena authorized by ita charter. HilU receipted for and safely kept wi'.hont charge. JOUEPH II. SMITH, President. Denver, Colo., WILLIAM J. HAltVEY, Vice President and Mauafter, JOHN W. NEFF. Treasurer and Ans't Manager, EDWAHDW. HKNTEU, Kecretary and Abstract Officer. Hendquarters for East Bench prop-erty. Look nt our list: 125 acres in. . Tint C, at. . $ GOO per acre 20 " Block 5 " (XX) " 10 " " C aw " 10 " " 15 )00 " 15 " 27 " KXX) " 27 " " 27 " KXX) " 10 " " 28 " 1200 " 5 " " 15 " 700 " 5 lots in Inglewood, nt $150. 10x12 oor 5th Sand 12th E, f'.XXX). 10x10 4th 8 and 4th E, ?18,000. 10x10 31 S and 10th E, $12,000. 3.'i0 feet liy 3110 feet near new hotel, east Bide nt $100 per foot. Best buy in the city. 8x20 block 29, 1st South, $15,000. Good 8 room house in block 100, plat A, 1st North nnd 5th West, $5500. The Mikado Will hnvo a clearance auction sale from Thursday evening at G:30 until further notice, to make room for spring goods, 41 East First South street. New Styles in MilHnen May bo seen at Mrs. II. Christy's, No. 31 West FirBt street. New novelties nnd designs of spring fashions daily received. The best lot of corn-fe- d beef ever brought to the city can now be had at S. S. DickenBon & Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street. The wise man catches on to a good thing and get rich. Moral Keep your eye on tho $12.5o lots offered at 274 Main streot. Auction I Auction ! On Tuesday, April 1, at 11 a.m., at the residence of Lous Chons fine Steinwny piano, elegant furniture nnd rurpets of ten rooms complete. No. 305 First St., corner of C, 20th ward. Androws & Heinsimnr, Auctioneers. iW.Ml TITLE 12!). First South, boteen Otli ann 7th West, two houses. 2J.x9 rods, $21oo. Cleat-Titl- e 131. 111x125 on West Temple, cor 5th South, very valuable; cheap. Clear Title 133. .Tixloo feet on Vine street, near 2ooo. CLEAR TITLE 132. Wanted bids for the purchase of lljj acres, nw qr, sec "5, tp. 2, s r 1 west, to wind up roal estate. CLKAR TITLE 132n. Wanted bids for 3x0 rodH, lot 1, block 11, plat E. CLEAR TITLE 117. 5x10 rodn, part of lot 4, block 21, plat A; tine pi ace, $75oo. CLKAR TITLE 14S. 5x10. good house, Social Hall avenue; block 74, plat A. Huy it. CLEAR TITLE H!. 4x7 rods, faces south, on 4th, between J and K; very nice spot, $Thx. CLEAR TITLE. Several excellent buyj on Commercial street. You need thorn. Clear Title 161. 3, 5 or 0 rods by lo, 4th South, be-tween. 2d and 3d West, nt $125. Ch ar Title 13. 4o feet; nice new house, modern and complete in every way, $75o; on lot 6, block 90, plat A. Other tine spots for building adjoin it. Clear Title Kill. Lot 1, block 80, plat C, 3oxl42; good building spot: close, $lxm. Clear Title 175. A beautiful corner, 1st South and 3d East streets; south and enst fronts; one of the very best things in the market, and if takea quickly can bo bought at a low figure and e.nsy terms; $375. These and so many other that it is im-possible to enumerate the m. Thore is not a piece on the list in which there is any trap, and you need be afraid of nono of thera. 'there is money in all. Some better than others, but you are tho c n to choose. Scores of other equally good things are on the list, and we shall be glad to show them to you. On every one, good terms will be made, and everything done to make it alike pleasant to tho buyer and seller. Clear Tills Real Estate Agency. Rooms 4 nnd 5 Culmer Block. GEORGE A. MEF.ARS, Manager. Mme. Lamb would like to see the ladles of the city, sure, next week. New patterns in silk and silk mixed negligee shirts. Bart-Marshal- l Mkk. Co., 142 Main st. Lynch & McCarroll, First Door South ot Postofflce, REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Block 8 Lake View Subdivision at a bargain. Capital Hill lots at $1,000 each. Lots in Plat "C" 6250 each. A beautiful home on 3d South, 6x10 rods, only $0,000. . Star bicycles Pembroke, agent. - A Guns and Cutlery, Guns, Swrtinr, Goods and CuUciy will be sold at lower priws than any house in Utah on account of change in business. See my stork and prices before you purchase, M.. EVANS 11 1 yT. 2.1 South St.. Salt T,nke City. FOR KKNT. VPAKT OF STOI1E HlH)M, call at No. 70 Secun I SihiUi Street. Of (ireat I Be. The real estate agents' directory, to be printed on cardboard, and hung in the ollice) and public places of tho city. For the Ixjst meats in the city, go to W. E. D. Burnett's, nt 59 East Third South street nnd you will lind them. Practical Watchmakers, Adolph Hauerbach & Sons. All work warrrnted. No. 16 E. First South st. Call and see my new line of Sprirg Suitin; Worsted Pnntaloonings, etc. W. A. Taylor, 45 E, 2d South St. To Hotel (iucsts and Tom isls Wishing to make inrostmenti in Salt Lake property will d: well t- - see Hamm & Scott, real estate and financial agents, basement Walker House, before buying. We are making our custom shirt de-partment one of tho leading features of our business. Gentlomen wishing a per-fect fitting shirt and guaranteed, should leave their order at Bast-Marsha- ll Mf.k. Co., ll'I Main street, Price Sc Clark, Dealers In Poultry and all Kinds of Gai FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Ere, INSEASC To. 58 W. First South Street, Opr" Kimball Block. k SoutVh street, Hdeaarlneertt, at 59 East Third in groceries, fruits, poultry provisions feed and fresh meats' is the cheapest place in the city. Our muslm underwear sale will btW Monday 21th. Please see large adr tiseiuent. F. Auebbacs 4 Bko THE U. A. R. BALL. Anniversary or tlie JJultle of Hlillnh. Next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, are the anniversary days of the battle of Shiloh. The comrades of the J. B. Mc-Kea-n Post and the ladies of tho W. II. C, unite in giving a ball nnd supper at the Grand opera house in thiB city on Monday evening, April 7th. The not proceeds will b applied to the relief of sick and needy soldiors and sailors and their families. As old age creeps on, veterans of the war find infirmities increase and the G. A. H. find their resources drawn upon heavily in furnishing relief to old sol-diers and their families. They have in- - variably found their fellow citizens ready and willing to assist in all worthy efforts of this kind. Tun Times ia heaHily in sympathy with the veterans and stands ready to second them when opportu-nity offers, and hopes that its readers Will crowd the opera house and help the ladies by their donations on the occasion named. ! COMING HVISNTH OK TIIK WEEK. MONDAY. ; ! "HuuotU,"bythoHoBtouiBn8lntOioanindopcra j liouno. Ore producers' mooting this evening. TUBiDAY. ,! Cily council. 1 "Era Diavolo" at tho flrnnil. " WEDNKHDAY. "Falinitea," matinee, and "Don Quixote" in i; the evoniiiK, at the Grand. '. "Tho Grout Metropolin" at tho Bait Lako I' ' ihoutro. 5 thuiihuay. "II Trovatoro" at tho Grand. j "Tho Groat Motropolin" at (lie Bull Lako i - thoatro. 3 FRIDAY. "The Mnnketofrs" at the Grand. The Home Dramatic club in "Hold by tho Enemy" at tlie Salt Lako theatre. Opening BOBBion of Ihe sixteenth annual confer-ence o( tho Church of Jonas Ctirlet of Latter-da- y Btu'nts. Meeting of tho Young Ladies' Mutual Improve-- l ment association. ! SATURDAY. j; I Tho Rome Dramatic club In "Hold by tho f Knemy" at tho Unit Lako thoatro. Hecoml cliij's session of tho Mormon confor-- i cnoe. A KKAH KNI) COLLISION. An Accident on tlie Itio Grande Western. At Acheron this morning there was a rear end collision between two freight trains. The trains were both westbound and the hind ono piled inio the one ahead At ft speed of about twenty miles on hour. Ten cars of freight were de-molished and one toooraotive made a scrap hfii' ? 'v p of the firemen had his shoe ' r ,i. tad. Acheron is a small statiuu on Urn Rio Grande West-ern near State line. f i CITY CIRCULATION. ' Tub Timkh management is making ovory effort IKissible to have tho paper delivered promptly i nnd regularly in every part of the city. Any com- - ' idaint about the dolivory if sent to thisoHice ' i will be nlloudod to nt once. il ' I'KKSONAL. John Beatty, Jr., the well-know- n com-mercial traveler, is lying ill at the Walker House. He arrived in the city last Friday in poor health, and has been confined to his room ever since. Charles S. Davis and family of Lewis-to- Maine, are among the recent arriv-als in the city. Mrs. Davis ia a daughter of Judge Bennett, with whom the family are visiting at the Continental. J. V. Pnrker, assistant general freight and passenger agont of the Union Pa-cific, returnod yesterday from a northern trip, and left for Nephi this morning with General Managor Remington to select grounds there for a new depot. 4 j',; LOCAL HKKVITI KM. y l The electric enrs will be running cn t I EubI Second South street by Wednesday I next. ; The mooting of tho Fencing club which !. ; whb to hnve occurred thiB evening hns j j been postponed till April 10th. J 'J Mnrshnl Young raided throe disorder-- ...! ly houses enrly Sunday morning nnd nr-- i I rested five women nnd two men, who put ' up bail money for their nppearnnce this 4 morning. ! Goor(,'o Kenniin, the Siberian tourist, j'J is in Denver. The university club nnd A ; the ladies' litornry society will endenvor f ) to Brnmge for.Mr. Konnim to lecture in I Salt Lake. ji The "Bostoninns" left Denver yestor- - 'l i day morning nnd arrived in this city nt ! ; 1 o'clock this nfternoon. The principal :n Hrtists of the company have rooms at ! ! the Walker House. . :', Murray's hall, on Second South street, J , litis been rentod for six months by the ; n association, which will ,y, meet there twice a month. Thursday y evening next will occur the first of jj . these meetings. Alf Low, nn old-tim- newsdealer in M Ogden, nnd who for a numbor of yenrs j has had the stand in tho depot thore, j died last week of pneumoniu nnd was :; buried yesterday, lie was well known n'.i, in his business from the Atlantic to the , racifio. Gustave Kroeger, a rising young nttor-ne- y of Omaha, hns cast his lot with Salt Lake, nnd says he proposes to stay here ! I nnd go to congress. lie hns fitted up an ollice in the Progress building, where any ' of bin Omaha friends will be welcome. Bodega! Bodegntl Bodega!!! What t ill j in a Bodega? It is a branch of a London, 1 j England, family wine and liquor house, where ladies and all come and buy the - t.i choicest wines nnd liquors by the bottle, ;. demijohn or jug. It will be opened : j, i about April 3d, at 19, Commercial street, i ; Nothing sold by the drink. , A gospol meeting of the Young Men's j ' Christian association was held in tho :,!'; federal courtroom yesterday afternoon, nnd was largely attended. A number of young men hnve formed a chorus for , p each meeting. MomberBhip tickets can mi now be obtained of C. II. Parsons. Meet- - a ' ings will be held every Sunday afternoon beginning at 4 o'clock. : At the Bodega family wine house, No. ,...;,! 19, Commercial Btreet, you can buy Her-mitage rye, 1874; Nectar rye, 1870; Cour- - V voisseur Curlier Freres brandy, V. V. O. t,-- j 1837, Madeira 1857; Hutcheson ports, 1874; Misa sherries, 1805; and the choiu- - ! est variety of all other imported liquors ' j and wines. AlwnyB on hand the largeBt stock of the oldest domestic whiskies, ; f )i"iinrs and wines. Ask for Monogram i i wines. I :i In'the Third district court this morn- - ) jj ing the cam ef D. J. Cook vr. Roberts & i Nelden enmo up for trial. The defend- - j '. i ants, Borne time hist July, sold the plain- - , t. i IT, so it is claimed, a bottle of eye wash .I which they failed to label, and subse-- j I quontlyoneof his children got hold of 3. ; the medicine nnd drank it, causing ; death. Suit is brought to recover $20,-- l' 000. The case occupied tho entire day and will be continued tomorrow. j I Nat M. Brighnm, formerly of Omaha, nnd one of tho shrewdest business men in the country, being a composition of ,:? enterpripe and energy, and T. S. Mac V 1 Intosh, formerly of the Union Pacific, j 'J anil something of a rustler himt-elf- , hnve i r.i organized what ia known as the Utah 'li.iik Jjine company, which will miiin-- t ti in a line of wagons nnd will delivei u, goods to all houses in the city. This I system will till a long felt wnnt and will j be a success from the Btart. 4 J. II. Bennett, general froight nnd J.'iii pttssenger agent of the llio Grande West- - f i! orn, has returned fromSan Diego, where he has boon in attendance upon the au-- j nual meeting of I ho Transcontinental J ,! association. Mr. Bennett says that the i l v ite on the proposition to hold the next j annual meeting of the association in this tk oity whs almost unanimously in fnor of , Salt Lake, only iwo roads dissenting. Mr. Bennett olTered to pay the expenses if of the delegates of these roads while a 1 c hare if they finally wheeled into line. ) Tne dnte and place for the next meeting will le decided upon hereafter. i AT TIIK IIOTI'XS. Following are the arrivals registered during the twenty-fou- r hours ending at 2 o'clock this nfternoon: Metropolitan. Mrs Smith, Omahn. Clipt House V II Shepporson, Idaho; Frank Burk, Park City; Wo E Steneck, New York; S II Gammon, Chicago, nnd fourteen "Bostoninns." Cullen IIoukr. D S Demons, N B White and Mrs L R Uogors, Pnrk City; V II Saxby and T K Brownell, New York; William Hockenberger, Denver, and ten "Bostoninns." Valley House. Jnmes Jenson, Provo; T Johnson nnd wife, McCnmmon, Idaho; Irnn D Heath, Kansas City; J A C Koons, Snlina, Kansas; R Morris, Chi-cago; E Martin, Indinnnpolis. Continental William Hamm, New York; J. D. Hutchings, Wichita; M. Oberfelder, Omnhn; M W McDonnell, Winona, Minn; Charles S Davis and family, Lewiston, Maine; II C Gilbert, Kansas City. White Houhe L StonhoiiBo nnd W Brown. Provo; H D Janes, Cleveland, Ohio; Miss May Berandos, California; II ,1 Cleveland, St Paul; J G Sargent, Green River, Utah; B Caffrey, Rockford, 111; J P Kirby, Ouray, Col. Walker House J S Leslie, Paterson, N J.; II Carlisle and wife, Blue, Mont.; Bight "BostoninliB;" J II Keating, Now York; E M Patterson, Topekn; C A Pratt, Bessie Pratt and L Pratt and wife, Chi-cago; R B White, Syracuse, N. Y.; F. Diserens, San Francisco; S S Marvin nnd wife, Pittsburg; J H Wheeler and wife, Orange, Mass.; C E Montgomery, Lincoln, Neb.; A J Wilson, California; N C Butterlield, Chicago. .