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' , . v .' ALT LAKE EVENING TIMES, The Timks' Tolephone number is 481. The officii of Tub Tims ia located at No. 12 ommeroial street. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1800. J. A. Morlun & Sang. Parties w anting to buy property of nny description will save money by call-ing on us. We have a fine list of busi-ness and residence property that cannot be equaled for location, price and terms. We have more fine corners than any-body and several tracts of acreage suit-able for platting close in. Call and see us before buying. J. A. Morlan & Sons, 3 8 tf 13 W. Second Sou th St. Lynch & McCarroll, First Door South of Postofiice, REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Block 8 Lake View Subdivision at a bargain. Capital Hill lota at $1,000 each. Lots In Plat "C" $250 each. A beautiful home on 3d South, CxlO rods, only $0,000. Examine These Prices. 10x10 cor. on R 1st South, 3 houses-- , $75 rent, only $17,000. 10x20 5th South near Main; $100 per month rent, $215 per foot. 7x7 D Btreet. bet. Gth and 7th, house, city water, $4500. 3x10 bet. Main and West Temple; good house, $5500. 41 fretxlO rods Brigham bet. 1st and 2nd West; house rent for $80, $300 per foot. Easy terms. 5x20 2d South bet. 7th and 8lh East; fine improvements, $10,000. A whole block on Marion Boulevard, $2100, X cash. 325 asres South Shore Boach property east of Garfield. 49 feet fine business property, only $100 per foot. Provo City property will double in value in a short time. C. L. Lmuy & Co, Cor. 3d South and Main street, up stairs. Federated Trades. The following resolutions are pub lishod by the authority of the Brewers Union No. 1 of Salt Lake City: At a regular meeting of the Utf A Federated Trades and Labor Council, held March 9, 1890, in accordance with instructions from the American federation of labor, the fol-lowing resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That in the sense of this council that all workingmen abstain from drinking scab beer, and withdraw all patronage from those who handle any of tho following New York pool beer: Anheuser, Busch & Co., St. Louis; Wm. J. Lemp9, Western Brewery, St Louis; Phillip Best (Pabst) Brewing Co., St. Louis; Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co., Mil-waukee, Wis. And it is further Resolved, That these resolutions be published in the leading papers of the territory. R. G. Sleater, President. Lorenzo Cracraft, Secretary, seal. Just received atS.S. Dickinson & Co.'s, comer of Main and Third South streets, a car load of Kansas corn-fe- beof, to-gether with spare ribs and pork tender loina Eat Meat, Meat and Meat. The Fulton Meat Market, at No. 1G west 3rd South street, is in daily receipt of choice Kansas fed beef, veal and pork. Call and get what you want, and the very best in the market. George McDonald, Prop'r. Pembroke quick job printer. Wilkinson & Ilcnnet, 11 West 2nd South, Offer for a few days only, the following propertios, which ure cheaper than any-thing on the market. 10x10 rods on Gth South and 8th East, facing north and east with 5 room house, $8500. HOxlGS feet, lot 1, blk 11, plat E, Cap-itol Hill, the finest building lot on the hill, way down below the market, $10,-00- 10x20 rods, lot 1, blk 12, plat B, street through center of block, malting double corners, $750 per rod. 13x20 rods on 5th East, bet. 3rd and 4th South, 5 room house, $25,000. 10x17 rods cor. 3rd So. and Gth East, facing south and west, with house, barn, etc.; $10,000. GxlO on 7th So., bet. 4th and 5th East; $5800. 70x80 feet cor. 2nd So. and 1st West, facing north and east; $000 per foot. 43 acres over Jordan, closo in; $500 per acre. 020 acres over Jordan at a bargain. REAL ESTATE SNAPS. No Trouble to Show Frocrty Call and See Us. 10x10 rods corner of 10th and K, facing south ana west. Price, $3000; $050 cash, $850 sixty days, $1500 in one year at 8 per cent. 55x105 south front Cth So. bet 1st and 2d East, $100 per foot. 80 acres on State road eight miles out, $175 per acre. This is a snap. Lots in Jennings addition, $200 per lot. ' Lots Nelson & Early's addition. Look them up. 6x14 rods So East, part lot 1 block 155, plat A; price 83000. Lot 0 block 115 plat A, price $1500, half cash, bal 1 year. G lots in Heath subdivision, $000 per lot. Lots 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, in block 21, Geneva addition, $1200 per two lots. 54x105 feet, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat P, with brick cottage of 4 rooms and 2 closets; fruit trees and grape vines; no liner view in the city; on 6th South, between 10th and 11th East. Price, $1000. 53xlC5 feet, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat P, w th brick cottage and 2 cloeots; lino view; on Gth South, be-tween 10th and 11th East. Price, $1000. East half of block 110, plat D, $1200; good torms. Block 114, plat D, $20,000; good terms. Block 130, pint D, 8 14,000; good terms. Lot 2. block 111, plat D, $1'J50; ono-thir- d cath. Lot 3, b oak 141, plat D, $1750; one-thir- d cat h. 99x132 fi et, east part of lot 4, block 38, plat O. Price, $1500; balance 1 and 2 years. 3x7 rods, middle of lot 8, block 29, plat B, on 10th East, between 4 and 5th South, fucos east, $1950; good teims. All of lot 3 and west half of lot 4, block 28 pint G, $;1500; good torms. 5x10 rods, part of lot 8, block 11, plat P, $2250; food terms. 10x13 rods 2nd Enst and 7th South, 10 rods faces west nnd 13 rods facos south; $18,000, very good torms. 10x20 rods, 0th and 7th South, facos south and west. Price $20,000, good terms. 50x150 foot, with now brick cottage, 4 rooms nnd 2 closets; $2500. Have two of those alongside of oast othor on 7th West. 20 rods on 7th Wost, bet. 7ll. utid 8th South; 8100 por rod; nice high 300 lots in Sulphur Springs will close out ut low figure. . 100 acres in hoc. 8, township 1 north, range 1 wost, 1i milos from city limits, at $75 por acre small cash payment and good tonus. 120 acres in sec. 8, 1 milos from city limits, 00 por acre; 320 acres in same section, 850 per acre small cash payments and good terms. Lot 1, blk 187 $1750, 4' cash, bal. G, 12, 18 months, G por cent. Only April 1st. Lot G, 7 West Tem-ple add. Price $1100. Cash $000, bal. on time. W. IT. White &, Co., 75 E. 3rd South Street. W. L. Barrett k Co., 207 Main St. 2x9, 7th West, hot. South Tomplo and 1st South; $1500. 5x7 7th and I, plat D; $3500. Gx20, 8th Enst, bet. 1st and 2nd South, 13 room new brick house, hot and cold water; $15,000. 10x7, cor. lBt North, bet. 8th and 9th West, new brick house; $(!000. 3x10, 7th bet. C and D; $2100. 3,x10, 3rd West between 4th and 5th North, $2100. 5x G, corner C and 7th, plat D, $4000. 110x132, 8th South and Main, per foot, $125. Have you seen those beautiful lots in Ivanhoe Place, 1st South and 13th East? Acronge, resident and Business prop-erty in every diroction. Cull soon for good things 'W. L. Barret & Co. 207 Main St. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 209 Main Street, Just North of Postofflce. RESIDENCES. No. 197. 2x10 rods, new house of 5 rooms, 4 South, East $ 3,500 No. 231. 2yzd rods,3-roo- new adobe house, flowing well, First 60uth and Eighth west 2,000 No. 239. 50x145 ft brick house, Fourth south, bet 5th and Cth west 4,000 No. 240. 2Jx8 rods, nice brick house 5,500 No. 241. 25x141 ft., new frame house, City Park Subeivision "D".. 1,450 No. 218. CxlO rods, small house, corner 5th and K streets 5,000 No. 211. 3x10 rods, house, 3d South bet. 7th & 8th East 4,500 No. 205. 76x105 ft., house, completely furnished, 8th Oouth be-tween Cth and 7th East C,500 No. 217. 5x10 rods, small hous , er J and Gth streets 4,000 No. 182. 4x10 rods, hou e, Cth East, north of 3d South 6,500 No. 179. 3x5 rods, brick house of 5 rooms, 3rd street 4,500 No. 172. 5x5 rods, new brick house, 1st, between L and M streets. . 0,250 No. 171. 4x10 rods, small house, 3rd West, between 7th and 8th South 3,000 No. 1G7. 2x10 rods, new frame house, 4th East, between 5th and Cth South.... 4.75C No. 101. 2)x12, brick house, barn, etc., Gth East, between 2d & 3d South 4,500 No. 102. 2xl0 rods, brick house, 7 rooms, barn, cellar, city water, etc., East Bench 4,500 No. 103. 2J4xl0 rods, 4 room Brick house, flowing well 4,000 No. 7. 2'xl0, 4 room House on North Bench 1,000 VACANT PROPERTY. Cheapest Lots in the city in Lake View subdivision on 9th North St., three block from car line. Lots in Kimball Subdivision, 10 blocks from P. O. $850 a pair. No. 195. Lot 3, Block 103, Plat D $ 6,000 fto. 212. 10x10 rods comor Eleventh East and Third South S. and E. front $500 holds this 30 days 9,000 No. 203. 20x7j rods, corner 9th north and 5th west, por rjd 225 No. 200. 8x11 rods, cor 1st west and Fir No. 225. 2xl0 rods, 1st W. bet. Olh and 7th S., a lino building spot 3,000 No. 220. 4x10 rods 8th S. between 9th and 10th E 2,400 No. 227. 39j'5xll5i, right of drive' 7th betweon D and E 2,000 No. 191. Iot 3, Block 21, Plat F 10,000 No. 189. Lot 1, Block 19, Plat F 12,000 No. 180. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Rlock 103, Plat C 12,500 No. 181. Lots 7 and 8, Block 103, Plat C 6,000 No. 143. 4x10 rods on 5th West 3,250 No. 118. 5x10 rods on J, 8th and 9th stroot 2,500 BUSINESS PROPERTY. 21x100 ft. on Main, below Co-o- p (por fool) $ 1,600 50x112 ft. on State Iioad, north of lt South (per foot) 000 N. 149, CGx 173 ft., 18 Room House, oil 2nd East, 1st and Second South (per foot)..,, 350 No. 122. 49'xl05 ft., 1st Wost, south of 3rd South (por toot) 235 ACRE.OE. No. 232. 40 acros, platted 00,000 No. 200. 45 acres, 2J miles from P. O. (por acre) 1,000 No. 200. 99x25?4 acres, Improved on Mill Crook, 7 milos from Temple.... 8,500 No, 183. 10 acres, lot 3, blk 39, 10 acres. Plat A 5,500 No. 153. 133 acres, flnoly Improved, on Jordan, 9 miles from City (por acre) 100 Watch Our List for New Properties. J. W. THOMPSON & CO. CHANGE OK HASK. The liio Grando Western OfllceH to bo Loca-ted in Salt Lake. The oflioes of (lenornl Manager Podgo and Auditor (ieddea, of the itio Grande Western rail-road, will bo transferred from Denver tobult Luke City April 27. GOOD BCYS. A. M. Junes, 24!) Main Street. Corner of 4th S. and Cth E.. with 127 feet frontage on Cth E., fronts N. and W. 3 dwellings, rent for $75; $7,800; $3,8(10 cash, mortgage $1,000, 2 years at 8 per cent. 00x105 ft. on 4th S., 9 rods E of 1st E., 8300 a foot 411.xlC5 ft. with G room brick dwell-ing, No. Gil S. on 1st West, $1,000; Gush; prices good. For throe days only. 110x150 feet corner 9th South nndl'ark avenue, fronting Liberty Park; $8000. 41l4xl(i5 feet, on 1st North between 1st and 2nd West, faces south; good two-stor- y house rents for $30 per month; &15tX), 49xl48t. on 1st South betweon 8th and 9th West, faces south; $1250. 157 acres, sw section 0, town 1 s, rango 1 vv, $175 an aero, (lood terms. 40 acros east half of east half of n e sec. 21, town 1 s, range 1 w; $2(X) an acre. Tonus $2000 cash, $2000 in thirty days, $2500 in sixty days, balance nt 10 per :t. 17J4 acres, lots 7, 8, 9 and half of 10, block 9, 5 A. P. C, with good brick house (cost $2200), $050 per aero: cash, bal-snc- o at 8 per cent. 10 acres, lots 11, 15, 10, block 3, 5 A. P. A., $1000 an aero. Tonus, cash, balance at 8 per cent. 10 acres, halt of lots 11 and 12, blojk 45, 10 A. P. A., $1200 an ncre, $5,000 cash, balance at 8 por cent. w Worth Investigating. 3x10, 3rd East, bot. 7th and 8lh South, facing east, with 3x5 in the rear of next lot included, $3500. 74Jxl50 feet, corner 7th East and 9th South, facing Liberty Park, $5000. Lots in plat I) from $1500 to $2000. 40 acres ovor Jordon, $75 per acre. Lots in adjoining additions soiling for for from $50 to $75 por lot. A bargain, Improved and unimproved property in all parts ol tho city. L. B. Smith & Co., 22 E. 2ml So. St. To Tourists and Visitors to Suit Luke. You are respectfully invitod to visit our olllce, where you will roceive n hearty welcome. We shall be glad to furnish information concerning the re-sources and attractions of Salt Lake and its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock and sheep raising anil manufacturing interests, to all in search of homes or seeking safe and lucrative investments for capital. In real estate we have the largest list of property. Our carriages aro at tlio disposal of visitors. Call and soo us. Ivospoctfully, Tiik A. J. Whitr Company. 34 E. Second South St. Wo Slill Lead In adoring the cheapest, largost and best improved lots on the market, within tho city limits, in Prospoct Park. Nice resi-dences, Buhoolhouse ana shade trees al-ready there. Terms, $25 cash and $10 por month, no interest. On the 1st of April tho frice on these lots will be ad-vanced $50 ?nch. Uuy now and secire a cheap home. We have nooutside ngents. Careful selections made for outside parties. 11. A. M. Fuoishth & Co., 70 E. 2d South st. For isalo. We can give special terms on tho fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on 0th S., bet. 5th and (ith E. 2x7 on 5th E., north of 5th S. 10x10 and 10x7 in rear on 3rd S., bet. 9th and 10th E. Lot 1, blk 20, Plat O. 10x9 and 2 rod alley 7th E. and 8th and 9th S. 5x8 bot. 9th and 10th E. and 1st and 2nd S. T. J. Blue & Co., tf 213 Main, opp. Walker House. Foundation Rock, Limo, gravel and bIibIo for Bale for side-walks or drives by C. L. Crane & Co. at lowest market rr.tes. We have leased the celebrated quar-ries and lime kilns of the Salt Lake Iron, Lime & Rock company, and can supply all demands and meet any competition. Chas. L. Crank & Co. Oflice under Postollice with Shiley, Cro- - shell & Co. ILVtf.1I & SCOTT'S LIST. Read iiiis Carefully. $ 15,000 for 10x10 corner, So. Templo and Thirteenth Sts., East; easy tortus. $15(10 for lots on Capitol Hill, over-looking city west and north of Capitol Grounds; verv cheap. $1500 for 2 x9 on 7th West. bet. So. Temple and 1st West, facing east. 25,000 for 105x105 cor. 7th So. nnd State Uoad. This will sell for $10,000 in 00 davs. 8lf00 for lots on 5th E., bet. 8th and 9th So., facing west. This is splendid residence property, and under the market price; y contract. $1 700 por acre, 3 acres on 8th East, opp. Park; high and dry plats; 34 lots; line orchard and the most beautiful building spot, south of the city. Lots here will sell easily for $350 to $100 each. This is 500 per acre under the market. 8S00 per acre, 6 acres cor. 13th So. and 10th E., overlooking city, Block 14, Plat C. This is good for a few days only. 81400 per acre, 5 acros cor. 8th East and South Boulevr.rd plats, 54 lots, a line high corner and very cheap. $200 per acre for 32 acres just south ot Government Reservation. This will plat into 320 lots, has good water and woll worth $400 per ncre; easy terms. 815,000. Fine Residence and 85x105 feet of ground on Brigham street, near F street, fronting south. This is a beauti-ful home and cheap. Lots 13 and 14 B 5 rive acre plat C; 050 per acre, easy terms. $250 per acre; 54 acres noar peniten-tiary, closo to transportation. Wo are not only investing heavily, but are bringing all the eastern money hore we can get hold of. Those having real estate for sal6 cheap (if listed with us) wo will soil in short time. Hamm & Scott, Basement Walker IIouso. Lincoln Park Still lends. Look up its advantages be-fore buying lots in other additions. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main Street. rt-- t Mrs. Christy, the Milliner, ifas her grand opening Wednesday, March 20th. 31 West First South. For fresh poultry, fruits, Hour ana foed. together with all first class grocer-ies, call Rt the place of W. E. D. Bor-net- t, 59 E. Third South street. If You Want A good smoke, go to the Casino cigar store, 238 Main street, north of Walker House. . We have 850,000 to loan on real estate. Fine brick land cheap. Call mid see our acreage. We have maps. Call and see lots in Nolson & Early's subdivision. Tho above property is salo bv W. H. Whitk & Co. Boys' and girls' bicycles Pembroke, agont. If you wont pork tendorloins and sporeribs, you will get thorn by calling on S. S. Dickinson & Co., at the corner of Main and Third South streets. Sixteen lots 10x10 rods in blocks 1S7, 189, 107 and 175, plat D. Easy terms. Apply to owners, A. J. White Krai, Estatk Co., tf 34 E. Second South St. Kcnl Katiito Amenta' Directory. iThis is intended for tho use of rool agents, and it is to bo issued under the auspices of Tiik Timks. The charge will : 1m. 81J30 .for each.. addroea. The directory "Will- 'show all' responsible aeonts.. 'iT.,"", ! 'M, - IIIWI ADDITION. I IIIMIMH1WIMH1M1UI1IU Now On the Market. LOCATION: Cor. Tenth South and Ninth East. ON THE CITY LIMITS, TWO MILKS FROM P. 0. " LOTS FROM $400 TO $600. THE SITUATION IS GRAND. Overlooking the Valley. Call Early and Get Choice of Lots. CHOICE RESIDENCE. BUSINESS AND ACREAGE PROPERTY BllliECK&CB, , Sole Agents, 269 S. Main St. ! ' : . AVE HANDLE business, ResiQence and Connlry Property, ' ' ' i :: Z improved and unimproved. ! i , '". " " BARRET & CO., 207 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, Ttah. Grand Millinery Reception. Mine. Lamb has returned from New Vork with tho finest nnd best selected assoitment of lino millinery ever shown in this city. The Indies should not fail lo see the magnificent display 'Ihursdav, Mnrch 27, 2 to 5 nnd 7 to 9 p. m. " ' PAKISIArrMirjTNERYi'ARriOKSl j i 1 ; i 3 3 ;2(Main Bropt, 'i A liberal contract will bo made with an honest, capablo life solicitor as 3special n,'ent" Utah and Wyoming, all or address 15. 11. Mann, rooms 21 and 22, Culmer Block, Salt Lake, Utah. j Of r.rcut l sc. The real estate agents' directory, to be printed on cardboard, and hung in the qllices and public places of the city. j . . j Star safeties, the best wheel on earth --pPembrcke,' agent. ' - j t ; t . - Investigate Below. 3x10 on 2d S, close to 5th E. 5x20 on 5th S, bet 8th and Mb E. 2,4'xl2 on Cth E, bet 3d and 4th S. 2x10 on 7th st, bet I nnd J. 25 acrel S W, 5 A,!' U. f 5 acres N W in sec CG. J. W. BnuNEB & Co. Room 4, 247 South Main. DO YOU WANT Th Itny a House and L't Within the I have two big snaps City? in ' empty - houses Ilis week. - jrasi .") fi flneet? raddtft h idenc on the' Korth Bench. only 20-id- s north of the electric enr line on the corner of Fouth and J streets. Tho lut lias 10,") feet east front and 83 feet js mth front; finest lawn ou tho bench, ekioico ftuiU and elegaut elirubs and llowers, largo barn, carriage house and stable yard. The house is now, all bard lrick, hot and cold water bath, electric bells, welt. fitted w tth halls, closets, bath ;rbom, pantry, cellar, casli, $;l(XX) .in six iilonths, and $3000 ia. twelve l lonths nt8 percent. ,x v Seoond-S20i.l- 0; for an adobo house of two la'rgf "toOmg nnd summer kitchen, rlearly neWfjn corner of Fourth West and Ninth South streets. Near the rear door is an artesian well over 2t'0 feet deep, flowing a steady stream of oure the lot is a 50x158 foot corner ( nclofi4!..by,: a. --picket feuoo. I Jfrm 81200 cash, balance one year iit v10 per tent. T.he.aUive for wile exclusively by 'Original tiroone," al 274 Main SL, near Clift House. .;.: ', I'l'liol'onUiieiitiil..,,' ' , ". This rhot6T is head- - q uirters for commercial men i and tourists.'' Centrally located, it is fur-- n shod,w:ith. evipp thiri'g rjetjaining to a lirst-cla- ss hotel. '. For .Tooius at ftny time address 'O. S, 1Ioi,iikh, ... " Ml'nt1gp'P'.biC''t;"l .Hotel.1 ; ' " : ; "ELECTION liETS."" f, ,,( .,V,M, .i .:,'. ! Miirt'.u SolmitdJ, Ktf? !T Culls the atttrtition of custo-mers niid the general public, tO:his new quarters in the PROaiiESSCUILy LVQ '; and promises bo continue turning out the Noiiuikst .(ind,,; bestr;,rVt.K ;,Suit,;in1 thecity. (. 'C- V: v. ' iii .ni.., I Abcrnatliy tc Hrnmles, 7j5 W. 1st Soirthi olTep foi, snleti 10 atrres on. Mill creeks good water ight. ,t!30g( ou (jasy torpv'! , . " , 4x20 rods, part ot lot 1, block loo, plat A. $3200. . 80 acres, East Ilonch, $12 per ncre. 7i)lixlG5 feet, part, of lots 1 and 2, block 07, platl), J0500. ' 50x130 feet, lota 3S nnd 3i, block 2G, ilt C, $1000. 'I V -- J. ,l ....L.f 4U'xl01 fret, bkn 43 plikt li; house, brick bKrii.'M&XJUv . 50x115 fret b,lock t tVfiOOO.-304x82- feet,;P0. 2d Easl 200. , "'!' 2'.xl0. East, between 1st and '2d' South, $2500; 4x10, 5th l'ii8t,.$15ax 2V;x7, 8th East, S3000. 50x135 feet, Liberty Park add, $1000. "i" '.. Auction ! Auction 1 . '" ; ' On Tjtosdiff, April 1. ut 11 a.m., at the residence of Lous Chous line Steiuwny piano, elegant furniture and citrpets of ten roomB complete. No. 305 First St., corner of U, 20th ward. . Andrews & Reinsimar, Auctioneers. To Hold tiuests nnd Tourists ,Wfehingf Chiilo? iijofetments 'in Salt Lako projH'rty will do well to see llnmen A Scott, real estate and tiilancial agents, basement talker house, before buying. The Mikatlo Will have n clearance auction sale from "hursdiiy evening at 0:30 until further i ot.ic6t to malto room for spring goods. i' , 41 East First South street. L :.f,i,,i !,. .... . -.f. .. , r 30,000 topics )f TuXl'i-MSS'tii- i n special edition willlie mblishd ii bout the tirst week in April, nd a tf print of the real estate Agents' flirectory will appear in tliia mauimoth edition. - -- ... i AiH-Urn- ! Auction! On MonduTv. Mnrch 31st, at 11 a. nr., , Fine tarrjigite.'jlegantJsousehoUl, f bes, bfe4d)ife.-lt4- , No. 103 W. Third South street Andrews & Reinsimar, Auctioneers. For the best .meats ,in the citv, go to jy. E. D. Harnett's, nt 50 East Third South 6treet and you will find them. ,,T Practical Watclimakers, Adolph" Hauerbach"& Sons.. All! work ' No.lOE.1First South bU- - Choice maple syrup, the finest irT ihei' and, Hnmond's choice limns an bacon, new gool3 and choice fruits arming ievery dav at C. B. Dnrsffe, 72 and 74 E. Second South street. I S .aki'ytir-lV'."broke,geptv,.- SJ. D.frlfnriiett, "atv '0 Entt Tliird SoW in : Urboertop, f ru it, ; pouftrpta ifitofts teed ntid .trm-l- i meats, is ,the cliapedt. pljic Ip the city. . '. ? j " .' iry- .V: j t, i?1sbuiii'WryeA i8le willbpgin domtny, 21th. Please see large adver-tisement. F. Avkrbach & Uno. 1 litJi rt Pan noV'iflliad a - i Dicltencoa & Co., cor. Main and 3rd I h street. ( I. ' A STRANGER'S VIEWS Wliut is Thought of Salt Lake City by People All Over the Country. HOTEL DINNER TABLE GOSSIP. Millions of Capital Will be Invested Here Within the Next Pew Weeks. A conversation this morning with Mr. J. W. Hamm resulted in obtaining for Th Timks some valuable and most reliable information. Mr. Hamm is an old resident, of Ht. Paul, Minnesota, where for the past fifteen years he nas handled real estate for himself and for his numerous friends. During last winter Mr. Hamm spent a portion of his time at the delightful resort on tho Florida coast, Bt. Augustine, and he says that at the table of the Ponce de Leon hotel he met over a hundred representatives of almost every state in the Union. These people were mostly busi-ness men, and the conversation frequently turned upon desirable points for investment. Halt Uike iuvarinbly had the call, and, as Mr. Hamm put it, when people from so many different sections of the country all agree nion such a subject there must lie something in it worthy of investigation. Ijater in the sense n Mr. Hamm went to the Arkansas Hot springs, anil there he found the same state of affairs as at HI. Augustine Bult Lake was the one subject of conversation. Mr. itamiii has traveled oxtensivoly all ovor the country from Minnesota to Texas, and has visited all of the boom towns. It was throughlthe advice of West that he was induced to come to Halt Lake, and during tho short space of two weeks s'nee his arrival he has fully satisfied himself that Halt Lake is with-o-exception the best place in the country Unlay for investments. He considers that pro-rt-iiere, as a rule, is cheap, and lie does not believe tliat prices, no matter how high they may go, will resell the top notch within the next two years. Mr. Hamm showed tho reporter a telegram from C. H. Hcott. his partner, which ho room veil this morning. Mr. Hcott states that he is on his vay to Halt Lake with two gentlemen from De-troit nnd two from Cincinnati, and that they will arrive tomorrow night. These gentlemen, said Mr, Hamm, iswsess ample means and are all in-tending buyers of real estate. Mr. Hcott was formerly in the wholesale tea trade in Detroit, whore ho made a large amount of money. He has declared his intention of selling out every dollar of his interest in Detroit and investing it all in Halt Lake, where ho will make his future homo. Mr. Hamm is authorized by a number of his personal friends, all of whom possess capital, to niHke invest men! for them, and he is prepared to do so. Yesterday he disposed of 800 acres four mill south of the city for 430 on acre, ten acres in plat A for $I.MK)iin acre, and five acres in five-ac- plat C it r fWl an acre. He is also negotiating for forty-fiv- e acres near Thirteenth Houlli street, close to Liberty park, for which lie exiiects to get $:IIKI0 an acre. M r. Hamm is in re-ceipt of information that six Kansas City gen-tlemen, all of whom are known iieinonnlly to him, will ho in. Halt Lako within the next ten days. These gentlemen have plenty of money and will come here prepared to invest a million at least, ZION'S DNION DEPOT. The Magnificent Structure to bcErected In Salt Lake City the Coming Spring. IT WILL COST A HALF MILLION. General Dodgo Coming to Utah With the Plans of the New Structure in His Pocket. The Times is able this evening to im-port an important price of information to its readers, namely that Salt Lake City is to have a union depot costing $500,000, which will be located on the squaw at Third South and Third West streets. The building will be con-structed of Kyune sandstone and will be about the same length as the Ogdon depot, only much more hand-some. The depot will in addition have a system of sheds and platforms and will be one of the prettiest structures of its kind in the country. General Dodge, manager of tho Rio Grando Western, on whose lines the quarries are situated, will arrive in this city next week, at which time the di-mensions of the structure will be deflnately known. Excavation will be-gin as soon as the requisite permission is granted by the council, which will prob-ably be at the next meeting. The Kyune stone is a dark red and will make a handsome depot. The interior will bo furnished in the highost stylo of art, and Zion will boast of a depot sec-ond to none in the county. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tho city ooanoil will moot this ovoninn. Colonel EwinK'B homo "Donny Bynn" has a coord o 2:l'4, nut 2:128 us printed yesterday. , Thore wore forty-fiv- e now members admitted otlie chamber of commerce during the pant lonth. The aiwociation meet Saturday iirht in Colonel T. P. Murray's office to settle lio accounts of the ball. An incipient blaze in the roar of the Herald i building called out the lire department at 2:45 his morning. The damage was slight. The Union Pacific train duo hore at 12:10 p. m. i reported four hours late today. The Hio Irando Western train was five hours lato at irand Junction. In the third district court today Edward D. Vowther pleaded not guilty to the charge of j idultory, and Henry Bchmidtentered a like plea fotlio charge of violating a clauso of tho tA-- jmiids-Tuck- law. it Marshal Young yesterday bronght Joseph Puffy down from Ogdon, charging him with j Soing an accomplice of Heaver's in the swindling i if Harrington. Dully gave bail in $M) for his I Appearance tomorrow, beaver is also out on bail n the same amount. 1 it An organ recital at 8t. Mark's cathedral laBt f lglif given by Professor ltadclitfe waa one of the J lujoyable events of t he season. 1 ho "Krieschutz" merture. Batiste's First Communion and a seleo- -' ion from (lounod's "Faust" wore among tl.e i pusical selections very admirably rendered. ' Bishop Hamilton, of Mill Creek, was before She coinmissirnor yesterday Bfternoon charged i villi assault and battery on tho person of one J. 4. Hill, who applauded, with his feet, an ainn-e-dramatic performance. The bishop said lint nothing but hand work was in order and ired Hill peremptorily and with much vigor. ; lii was awiuitted by the jury. H J AT TIIK IIOTKI.S. .. j ; ? The following are the arrivals since Inidnigl.t nd up to 2 p. m. 1 Mkthopoi.itan. V) W Kennedy, Kenton, Ohio; J Uresaauder, Michigan; W H Wallis, Kngland. ' i Continkntal J H MoCormlek, Dos Moines; ... oyd Clarke, Kansas City; Kent ClminlH'rB.I'liilu-- .' elplda; L 11 Sinclair ami wife, Kast Helena, on tana. iVAI I KV Hotmn- -J 0 Wynn, Los Angeles; B O took Ht- - Louis; Thomas Hrown, Hhoslione; N Yoruack. Heat tie; J C Carlos, Chicago; It I) ' ice, Omaha; J Haiulwrger, California, i CliM fS Hoirsr 0 M Cosaitt, wife and dangli-- . i , Canada; Joe 0 Pierce, Mrs H J Whipple, C H r ' Whipple, Keattle: W A Akers, Montana; J E j oung and wife, lirookville, l'a; M J Monnott nd wife, Hucjtiib, Ohio; Nelson Fret at, Denver; nn Mortimer, Boston; Austin (iiblsms, Puter-- ! ; m, N J ; It H Kraiise.C M HenderHon.New York. ' fWu.KKn HoURK.Mrs H 0 Morrill and H A i .'i oot and wife, Boston; (I K Bacon and wife and i harles Brooks, Dsn Francisco; E W Hale and .1 ifo. Hacramento; i II Harper and John 11 Hliier, j l ew York: (Iwriw ltoyal and son, Chicago; Mrs Dnnby and son, l.vanaville, Jnd; Mrs J H . ickey and Mrs C 8 Smith, Pocatello. s M um HorjHF-Thom- as Deering, Mobile; Ira ! ' Wines, Kliby Valley, Mo.; It L llaughey, liead : Jle: 11 C Briggs, Colorado; H P Honeker, Dead-- - nod; Dr Walker, Howard, Neb.; (ieorge A over, Ord, Neb.; M I) Cumin, Oxford, Neb.; buries 11 Hhaw, liagle Hock, Idaho; H Parker id family, Taeoma; William Connor, Anaconda; i ParBons. Pocatello; P 11 Kinny, Hailey, Idaho, i Cmft Hciuhk. Joseph Bullock, Cohoes, N Y; s 11 McNamaraand K L Bates, Hacramento; J . inline. Bozeimm, Mont; Miss Lulu Harris and ! ' II llensh-- anil wife. Little Hock, Ark: Paul letcher and (1 F Fletcher, Iowa City; Arthur ; enunrd, Kansas City; H D French, Idaho; Miss Colton. Miss B Foy nnd A O Kuttoii, Portland, renoii; M Hunt, New Haven, lown; E O Hunt, jetto, Iowa. J a. " 'j PKItSON'AL, ; .j , t'harlcs A. Fisher of Baltimore, representing v North (ieriiiuu Lloyds lino of steamships, is ' the city. I;. C. Miles, a prominent altorney of Chicago, 'lies Tiik Timks that ho oonU'inplatus locuLing n Halt Ijilio ni. an early date. V Fred Woy, of Butte, Montana, who has lieen uking over some investments he inadcsotuo nu ugo in Zion, returned home this morning. . Thursday's Transfers, Tho following real estate transfors were filed for rtvord yesterday: A Hills and v. i ne qr sec 15 tpSarl t WOO A Henderson ..j l sw qr sooVil ti2srlw 700 M Pratt ot nl to E A Smith, all It 1 bl 111 plj 1 W A Carter and wf to W E Footo, all Its 1 to .1 bl 2 Klnotrio subdivision... 82"0 W 11 Mclntyre and wf to V E Angell, t lx HI rds It 11 bl 25 pi a 2500 A VV Green nnd wf to Wit ICllison, no ir sec'iltpasrio 100 W II Kllison and wf to Jonnio A Frois. setli, ne qr sec 28 tp 2 s r 1 w 2000 D Piirngrcn to J J Hnyder, part lot 5 bl 40 pi a cor Sd South and 2d VYeit 0000 J J Hnyder to 1) Furngren, wimo as alxivn WX)0 I) H Holmes and wife to E Hansen, all of lot 5 bl H, G H Holmes addition 100 L L Archer nt. nl. to Klla 0 Fitzgerald, all of lot 11 bl 2, Archer & Kullack's sub-division 800 J D McKay snd wife to Jennie A Froi- - Hoth, all of lots 12 to 111, Prosiwct Park subdivision t.00 KN Cadwell to M A Haly, 5x10 rods lot 8 bl 151 pi I) 1500 E W Bi'iiior and wife to Harriet A Ward, all of lot 15 bl 20 Garden City 100 H A Partridge to lfi W Senior, part of bl IK), Harden City 1 E W Senior and wife to A Smith, all of lot IS 1)181, Garden City 100 E W Senior anil wife to J 11 Eckmnn, all of lot 8 bl 40, Garden City 200 E W Senior nnd wife to Isabella Collelt, all of lots 18 and 14. bl m. Garden City. 200 G Pavey and wife to V t'uller, 5x10 reds, lotHbl42 plH 1000 Mnry J et al to II C Ix'tt, 4x10 rd It 0 Id DO pi b B Temple between 5th and Willi 7750 E A bmith to F iiurton, all It It) bl 17 pi j 600 J It Wiiii'ldn'to is'aljeiin'G i'eo, 'lt's'ii' bl'i Denver City 800 li Preston to W E Crutchor, !ii Its bl 14 5 a pi a 7000 Sophia E Jenkins to li S Merrill, 10x2i rd It 4 bl 88 pi b OoOO Magide U Thompson et al to L Dahlquist, iux2'4 rd It 7 bl 811 pi a 4000 Eliza M Hnell et nl to J Mooney, SKxIit), ft It 7 bl 12 pi n 500 J Doweling to H Cunning, ne qr sec ,15 1 2 e r 1 w 275 C M tiokos et al to Hivertou Ecclesiasti-cal ward, se qr sec 82 1 8 s rl w 80 M Hodgson et al to J A Hush, part blks 1 mill 2, Hazelmer,'. subd 12,1100 II rl Hcott to W II Herry, all lots 2 and 3, two-acr- e sub of bl 211, pi f 4750 II H Hcott to W H Herry, purt of blk 25, pi f 2750 W W Hopkins et nl to Elizabeth H Bryan, part lot 4 bl 81 b 8150 T Taylor to W llroadman, 2'ixl0 rds lot 5 bl 84 a 2000 E 1C Darling et al to A VV Tiilkington, all lot bl li,' d, bet Filth and Hixth and II nudists 7500 P iMulroney to D (lulilins.UxlO rds lot 5 bl II b 8700 P Tuinney to S Tourney, half of lot 4 bl 117 a 100 Klin. both II Pratt to P Hanson, pnrt lot 1 hi 1111 a .' 1800 C K Mitchener to M S Darling, nil of lots 21 ami 22 bl 10, Huena Vista ad 225 V. K Mitclmcr to Mien Walsh, all of lut 17 bl 17, Huena Vista ml 150 L L Wisxlrnir to E li Darling, hf of lot 3 bl 70 pi d, bet 5th and lilli and 11 nnd 1 sts 0500 H C Wallace et al to Hophiu 15 Jenkins, hf of lot 2 bl 88 pi b 21150 Sarah Hiisliiinds to VV P McElroy, all of lots 1 toll bl 1, Glendnlo ad 1755 W J Halloran wf to H J Dieter et al, !a in of lot 17 and " lot 5 bl 11 pi a HO00 P C Hrixen to II J Dieter et al, fa int lot 17 and Si lot 5 bl 11 pi a 1000 Total $157,567 4i AMUSKMUNTS. Mj Tlio BlouiiUbimk" nt the Suit Luke j ( Thouier, f. V cmwilod ltouKP uroclrd FrwiVrick Wnnlo in MouiiUbiiiik" at Hie Suit Lnko 1 tenter laut !. tit. "J lio Mount.'lmnk" i n ilrnmft that will alwoyt (; mn itH popularity, but it Freueliimw in a wr--i i. ih lrawtnwk U itH beauty bh a standard play, ..' L 4, Wanle h fino acting, lurwovor, redeemed tlio h rformaiice from feat unm that would otherwiine l' ve proved woariKoiuo to Hiohb who fail to be 4 j aweHted in ft drama partaking ro much of it !'Jiyol that died with TorKrevo, Fleteher and f Hiunont. In the lunt not Mr. Warde wati nartic--t; ' trly etleetive, and reminded ono forcibly of nm I'i. ftlurtlock in that forgotten drama, The fiHtnt." lirtH Bt4lla Keen mado n charming "Made and alio afforded excellent mioport to y elphanr." The lady ih aomewhat huImIiiwI in HtyK and irhap would be nt butter ndvanU t in h more HtirriiiK part. atftMi company an a whole was qnitomitlHinrtory, Ij i the purfonmuice moved along ver Hinoothly, fvwi jDurnon and Pythias" toniuht 'j j TIIB 11OHT0NIANH. t:i opening of the 'Bnntonian" Beaton at the tf: ind will Ik characterized by a production of I' i of their latent noveltiea, ' Buzettc," an oera !'. i of delightful murtic and an imnunwly funny .'U : npily. "JJon Quixote" will l producer diKday eveniiiK, and in tho latent BiioceMa of .::r company j and tin third opera, never before. ,j hen, is "Tho MuBketm'ru, which alwo j;l ndH in the hritfhtiwt mehHly and ludicrotit I' h 'i wttioim. Thin opera luw 1hd for many aea-- iione cf the numt popular in the extensive yi si tn re of tho company. Tho Halo ot sent a Ihv "' Hatunlay at 1U a.m., and promiHeH to ho o rmouj. No seats will be "hold out" for any- - i . "ir T NUITION Oil" WASATCH IH Il.DINti. M ' tar of Jiiiljrtt AmlcrHim That It He lu- - 'i H)IM'll'! mid KxiimliKMl. ''J Hltfo AmlorHon tortnv dirnt'tod tlmt tho follow- - ohIi r bfimiterttil in t lit third dint court: ,' to fitli ntion of Ihn court Imvitw beou culled Mo fti( t tlmt. the wnllfl and foundation of the j'i vy K of the WtiHiitch ImildiiiK in which tlui court ! t Ad arc in n cracked and aiiparcntly in nn mi. Vt- '. condition, nnd the irohalilo daiiKcr to the I lem of the court., the jurors, wIIuchhcs and t :. ranta ncccHHarily in attendance Uion the hch--4 ' ot the court, in care of the Kiviim way of t. :i. ii foundation or walla, thero bcinir two .; ". lea mImivc the floor lined na a courtroom, the ltr; rtdtrt'ota that fta4rUer l)e entered rc(iieHtinii : Inapwt or of IraUUiniis tar Ball Jk(vL'iJy to ( e luiiucdititu fi)Bletiia'i aiiiVcr.BiiiHiiit um of. btnltliiiK HiKlr(riBftt:thJiti!!B;ari(1 li j whether wWfliM (tt (ifiitl toiirt?ian 4o.lirn-- ly I old in mid bniliHn iukk with litinbli I i, ty to iKTBOim in HUumlhtiolr iixU; ii.jj cftiirt. Sew Firm. ,,a.,Mo8srs. I). B. Hoover & Co., gentle-men recently from Ouray, Colorado, have purchased tho drug stock of Par-sons & perge at 104 South Main street, 'ithe 7iw j Hrh) contldently assure the public that from years of experience nnd careful study, they will be enabled to conduct tho prescription department with thorough accuracy and precision. Only rthe freshott nnd n ost reliable of drugs purchased and used in compound-ing. " ' TIIK IM)I.YTKwiS"i,tfctS ti Orsanl.ntlon Jilccf (HTieera sud ; ; ; TraiiHucta Oilier IHijJnwi Jt; v well attended nicetinKof tho'tlyt'nTiliit"BCir ,i wiih held at the cliain'ocr of commerce yea- - S.ii iMy afternoon. After a report hy tho com-- i I in on conmitiitioii and tho following ere weie. eletttlHli.J'rtiwdvutjVt'.slu. Kteplicu tieiieral . Ill Trentiiirr;rr W. U. JaciiljaiDiDec. , ( b iMiiet, M.: Mack and M O Kmiv, .. V DfeHMioUttl-- ' imttroveliiciit of mcmbcrn,' nd- -; i anient of RCinMittKv. profafciuna- and., the-- ' ,(. j iliahinent of a central iKiint.of refureiuwond rai nr th (ihjectH ol,oHuciet-y- AJibran) .r I yiilau bo CHtabli(.lied. pHE KK.LL KSTATE EXCHANGE. I tbn Wv 'tlikjlo , fpfff'S1 !: iiBt ninlif meet nits vl tho rcnl cstnto ox- -. ri,;r I yc it wiw decided to have copicH of thecon-- : I i.!(in nnd rt printed nnd citcjiuitinl I ik the HiicnU tor the purpoHo of cxpliuniniK i .t fid ohjcctBof the organization, lnvilntion. ... J (lie next niectiinr will be BjiiMnikd. A ! iitu;iw.n irmanent orKftnization van bi-- $ t I i'iJ- lift r which the rate of co'liitiiHKioiiH wafl J 'nt D t cent ou the lmt $MI, 2" up to t f u nn 1 i'if "e'eliVnfr" till' innf' nlvo tlmt i (llti - 'JHl(VMl;ClHl'001lUHfcWH.wU(l.01lt, I jxiLaiiKM .wili. luwt. usiun. .ycduc.djv'. J TpjllangjJJ - ; v'VjJi Heal Ejstate and Investments. C ' t ' .'nntljind. agent, 201 S. Main Btnet, , 1 Lake 'Ojty. t New Stjlci In JBilliucri ' ' 1 wien at Mrs. If. Christy' No 31 j f First street. New novelties and us ot spring fashions daily received.