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THE SALT LAKE TIMES. SATURDAY' TO APRIL 1B00 SALT LAKE EVENIHG TIMES. The Times' Telephone number is 481. The office pf The Times is locatod at No. 12 Commercial street. General Delivery SO a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Carriers' window 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday and Holiday hours ... 12:00 m. to 1 K) p.m. Local mention in this column will be oarried at S3 cents per line each insertion. SATURDAY, APRIL 13. 1800. LEFT AI.ONE TO DIK. A Woman's I'neapectad Death at the Cul-le- n House, and Her Husband Absent.. ' A rather sad death occurred yester-day morning at the Hotel Cullcn. Mr. II. D. Morey, a woman iu delicate health, died of consumption. Her only compauion was an infant babe, her husband having left her and his child a few weeks ago at the hotel'. The. woman and child were among strangers, and were left with $15. Morey is a cigar man, and came here from Pueblo. He was unfortunate, however, and was obliged to go upon the road to make sales. Ho is now somewhere in Idaho. His wife died suddenly and unexpectedly. The hotel people will care for the babe until the father is informed of his misfortune and ' returns.' ' WANTS. If yon want help, If you want to rent a house, Jt yon want to sell a lot. If yon want a situation, if you want anything, Advertise in The T: "Want Column," HAMM ' jLU 1 1 Real Estate & Financial Agents, BASEMENT WALKER HOUS- E- - We have a Large List of Acre property that it will pay you to see before investing. Our contracts aro with Original Owners, and wo will give our Customers advantage of the Prods. Hamm & Scott, Basemen Walker House. J. W. .inumruvii . REAL ESTATE AGENT! 209 Main Street, Just North of Postofflce. SPECIAL LIST. 242 10x10 cor., 3d S. & 11th East ; 4-roo- m House $9,o( $500 holds this 90 Days. 252 10x10 cor., 7th S. & 9th s.&w. front, large house 9,o 216 30x9 rods, s.- - front, 8th S. and 10th E., per rod - 3 203 330x125ft, 9th N.& 5thW.4,5i 246 3x10 rods,4-roo- m Frame House, 3d S. East, spe-cial price. 162 5x10 rods, 7-roo- m Brick House,Cellar, Barn,City Water, etc., - 6,oi $300 holds this 90 Days. 250 4x5 rods, 10-roo- m Brick House, rents for $50 per month ; close in - 5,01 140 25xl42ft.,4-roo- m Rustic House, flowing well,etc. 1,4 244 35x106 ft., right of alley 2-roo- m Rustic House, City Park subdivision 9i WE HAVE GOOD BUYS IN Vacant, Residence, Business ai Acreage. Watch Our List forNew Propertii J. W. THOMPSON & CO. 'A. .3. S. JENSEN;. WrrJL I l.-- -i "Watclxnaaer 2c Jeweler. JlHl so for "VIc-B- b tJ tor Bicycles. Best In tlie --Ml'A World.. . 22 E. 1st S. St. Salt Lake City, f - Have you seen AvondaleT Lots iu Avondale aro cheap, close in and beautifully situated. We would liko to show them to you. E. F. Jones & Co. 1G7 Main street. Five choice lots 25x157 for sale on Boulevard near driving park, if sold to-gether $,00 each. Dewitt B. Lowe .& Co. fill West Second South St, Lots in Avondale $100. A lliirguln. Five acres opposite Lincoln park on Eleventh East platted into 40 lots.Jprice for the next three days $2,200 per acre. Easy terms. Dewitt B. Lowe & Co. (16 West Second South St. For bargains on tho Stale Road call at tho office of Hewitt B. Lowe & Co. 00 West Second South street. Lots in Avondalo are cheap. Practical Watch Milker. Adolph Hauerbaoh & Sous have just received a lino invoico of ladies and gents lino gold watches to which they invito public attention. Call at No. 24 East First South street under Commercial and Savings bank. 1707 SHARES OF GAS STOCK, in the Salt Ol Lake City Gas Co., is hereby offered for sale to the highest bidder; bids will be received for the same op to and including the 2Mh day of April, 18U0, by Geo. M Scott, mayor. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. By order of of the city council. LOUIS HYAMS. I'fty Recorder. City Hall, Salt Lake City, March a, 1B90. COMPLETlNEWSPAPEH outfit, except two-roll- double medium Potter press, shse of bed S2x46, new four-hor-boiler and engine.- Will sell cheap and on easy terms. Address The Times Co." bait Lake City. , K on Commercial street and Third South STORES Revenue proiierty. For particulars call on C. E. Wantland, 201 Main street. SALE. IDUVjFEET ON i SOUTH IX)R feet deep brick house, good buy Bor investment, will sell cheap. The Vanburkut Investment company, 1 Main street, cor 2 South. , E ABE CLOSING OUT OUR STOCK OF wall paper and window curtains at cost. Call and examine before purchasing else where. D. B, Hoover & Co., IrtJ S. Main St. HAVE a choice lot of acreage and city prop-ert- y I for sale. All particulars can ne had from the owner, at No. 413 East Second South street, Salt Lake City; HELP WANTKD. A YOUNG LADY OF PLEASING to sell real estate In the city; will pav very big commissions or salary. Inquire at STOtaln St., Greene's office. WANTED A LITTLE G1KL TO TAKE u bntoy; good wages to a good girl. Apply at 10 a. iu., US North, Second West. A NEAT, SMART BOY; GOOD WANTEDami steady position for same. Ap-ply iu own hand writing to Frank Pierce, care TiMKH office. y WANTED. ANTED AT ONCE A GOOD SHOE MA-ke- John Lawson, 109 E. First, South. BIDS for ten miles of street, WANTED to A., J. Dutton, at. office of Davis ill Stringer, 28 W. 2nd South street. TVERYBODY to advertise their wants in this Vj department of The Times. SITUATIONS VANTEdT ' Avondale is Ijeautiful ground. W. II. MeCIuro & Co. real estate. Choice business ann residence property. Quick sales and sure returns. So. 06 West Second South street. Money Na veil - Money can bo saved iu brick by wait-ing a short time. The Anderson Pressed Brick Co. will have an office in Salt Lake May 10, and will bo prepared to deliver from their Ogden works, now in oixirrtion, pressed orick equal to St. Louis, at half the price. Anderson Pressed Brick Co., Ogden. Whcu you ask your grocer for a smoke try the Progress. Telephone, 38Z a "1 OUR BRANDS: HplOffj3 lM',,JSl Ol-- BKA TONY FAUST. B$fCMai ANHEUSEB, 0EIGINAL TOflSraJ BUEGUK! BoDWEKER. W IRLAJ Depot and Ice House on tiSl&rj' 0 R. G. W. Ky Tracks. " Walker Ho1 Keg and Bottled Beer iu any Quantity Shipped Promp'tly to Older- Attention Given to City Family Trade. ANHEUSER BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION Fitzgerald & Hofheimer, - . . . Sole Strangers, Attention. ' r Visitors to tho city aro always wel-come at our office and our carriages are nt your service. We have ouo of the best lists of property iu tho city and will take pleasure in showing strangers, pivo ua call beforo buving elsewhere, CONWAY, COI.E & WATERMAN, In Roberts & Nelden's drug store, IMOMainst. Why Pay Rent When you can own your own home ou such easy terms? We will advance you money to buy a lot and build you a nice home. Moncv at 6 per cent inst. We will mfild you a 82000 home for $24.40 per niontli. Wo offer the grandest in-ducement for peoplo to buy their own homes on the' face of tho globe. We give vou the privilege of choosing your owu location in any part of the city. Caldwell & Feul, Rooms 8 and 5, Utah Commercial Bank buildiug. Order a case of "Anhenscr" sent home. Telephone 382. - A SITUATION. Try an advertisement in The Times, .r - tTsuiPPINt CLERK or clerk in wholesale or retail grocery or commission house. Seven years experience; good city references. E. ti., care Time oti'ioe. PART OF STORE ROOM, call at No. 70 west. Second South Street. VfEVVLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR i without board. ' Apply to 135 E First BojitlK : LOST. KNIT PURSE CONTAINING? ABOUT 7 A between First aud Second East and Sec-ond and Third South. Finder will be rewarded on returning it to owner at 8 Vine street. AGOLDEN opportnnity, is lost if you do not advertise in Tuk Times. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED FOUR HEALTHY YOUNG good appetites aud fair posi-Hon- s desire table board In a private family, not too far away from business center, where the meals consist of good victuals, where the coffee is Rio and the landlady does not want all a man's salary and what he can borrow be-sides. No hash house peoplo need apply. Ad-dress J, Times office. CALCIMINE PAINT AND WHITEWASH cost. D. B. Hoover & Co., 101 S. Maiu St, SALT LAKE CITY CORPORATION WANTS a quantity of stock in the 8rH Lake City Gas Co., any parties having mime for tale who will quote figures to Geo. M. Scott, mayor, on or before the 28th day of April, 1S1W, may be able to effect a sale, liy crder of the city council. LOUIS HYAMS, City Recorder. Citt Ham Salt Lake Citt, March 28, 1890. MONEY loaned on diamonds, watches and E. McCarrick. 210 South Main st one door north of Walker House. Also a tine line of watches, jewelry revolvers and charms for sale, cheaper than anywhere in the west. PERSONAL. GENTS OR LADIES. DO YOU WISH TO with anyone? If so. send three two cent stamps forp;U'tlculars. Address Mid Continent bureau of Correspoudance, 13'i Commercial street. Salt Lake City, Utah. SOCIETIES. MASONIC Stated convocation of Utal No. 1, R. A. M , first Wednesday of every month. Sojourning oomnanions eordiall invited. J. 1. Orsenkwai.d. 31.E.H.V. Philip Brioos, Sec ' , 1!SSB m'-at.t- , SYSTEM- - PRINCIPAL POINTS The Wlt'jl Only Line carrying the Overland Mail. Direct Connect tw ecu all Points North and Ei-- EAST WEST NORTH Ind SOUTH NEW TIME OA! ' - March 2, 1890. A.T . . THE CITY TICKET OFFICE. UTAH CEMLjISf Passenger Trains Arrive and Leave at Salt Lake City as follows: FROM' THE NORTH. GOING NOKTH. n .. PalriUv"-U-i :a.m. Atlantic Express. Atlantic Ff , " AtfanMeypt,Vwah Local. . 10:50 a.m. and Utah & Northern Portland andteFasiMaii::::::::1?;- ;- ffiliaud-andBu- ! FROM Local Express THE SOUTH. GOiNG SOUTH. W Milford Express m Juab Express ' 10:10a.m. Juab Express......... :5Up.m. Mlltord Express. c "O'ta.'h. and. ITevad-- Bistxiet. GOING WEST. , THE WEST. MKXVWSUnda5-- am' Ttomgh Mixed,daiiy,except Sundtf ,t 6:0) a.m. Suburban Passenger, dallj 0 :: toay. SiSiS: ;; ..ger 1:30 p.tu. " Passenger te 4:30 " " ' 4, p.m. rv 6:10p.m. " " ' ' ve Salt LaJse'rijB "Western Dct. h Spring novelties in neorfwear. " Uast-Maks.v- Mkr. Co. 142 Main at. ff r-- f VVill hold 110x165 K'"M II I on Fifth street, be-M- J WVV tween I and J, thirty days. Snap. Union Land Cojipany, Rooms 8 and 0, h block. Avondale is near Territorial road. Buy lots in Avondale. SPECIAL NOTICES, . Advertisements under this head will becharged nt therate of ten cents per line for each insertion. No advertisement will bo taken for lees thsn " rents. Parties advertising in this column eon have their answers addressed care of The Timks. FOR SALE. a'dilA 10X10 CORNER, BLOCK 110, "D," P.M.'v"ll citv water. Very eav terms. &JAA( 1luXl( FEET. SOUTH FRONT SpUVvVf on nth. bet. I and J. Easy terms. 5vnn txiooNsTH south, close ln, ijP.OVV south front. Snap. r7nn FOR 3 OF BEST LOTS IN PARK 35 I JJ View. F.asv terms. Look this up. union Land company. Rooms 8 and V. Block. Telephone No. 1. IJMRST-CLAS- S job printing office for sale. on time. Enquire at Thi Times office. TALL PAPER BORDER CENTER y pieoea and extension, at cost. D. B. Hoover & Co., 1W S. Main St, EQT73sv5T7 " 1 Pullman Palace i Pleenersisw. Wco: Pullman Palace Sleepei, ""JsV Council Pnn'fcotoC1llcag0i Pullman Palace Sleepy .. .,. Chicago: DavCoacSa ,SleePr, Butte to Green River; Dining This train 111 1 Greou Klver: Colon', Sleeper, PortW n " The Atlantic Ex,re "YeanT hYln Tickets. , to Council Bluss Piilim,0 at 1,1:30 m- - ' equipped with Day Sleeper. Denver to CSn riPlaceSlwPer- - Portimd to Council Bluffs: 16 through Sleirr to UB5;,,rullman Palllce slPer- - S11 tt Pullman Colonist Sleerir P.,,?"1,1?" Colonist Sleeper. Franciscc J. V. PARKER, . q p RESSEGU Asst. CenM Passenger Agent, cW "OOCKY MOUNTAIN GENERAL Agency, 63 West 2nd South St., Salt Lake, Utah Territory. We are the largest lalior com-pany on the Pacific Const. We cheerfully answer all correspondence regarding Western labor market: are the authorized labor agents for all railroad oompanies in this section, and will cheerfully answer all correspondence in our bne. Meneral agents for Eastern Patent. We are the largest agency on the Pacific t oast. (Seattle Orhce, 10 Front Street. Tacoma Office. 1109, Paeino Avenue. lxm Angeles Office, HI South Spring Street. Butte City Office, Morrison Block. Denver Office, Bis Seieureenth Street. Call or write. - CITV CIRCULATION. The Times management Is making every effort possible to have the paper delivered promptly and regularly in every part of the oity. Any com. plaint about the delivery if sent to this office will be attended to at once. Lot Us Get Together, , Remarked Secretary Gillespie of the Chamber of Commerce at - the meeting of the Real Estate Exchange a few evenings ago. We are agreed. AVe are sollers. and this communication is ad-dressed to buyers of real estate. "Let us get together." We want to show you something nice. A study in real estate surpassing anything by tho "old masters." If you can spare the time we will spare tho team and we will - sao the city and its suburbs ia their beauty. We don't own ten horses and eleven vehicles. We're not trying to surpass "Solomon in alibis glory." But if wo haven't teams enough of our owu, wo will take you out if it takes our last dollar, and the best team McKimmins has. Our property list is longer thau our horse roll. We're not selling horses. We think acreage and su-burban lots good investments. We are advising our friends to buy. Buy early and got a good protit. Don't bo afraid. "The timid hare never gets the biggest turnip." )iomo were not afraid a year ago. Some were. Those that bought made 100 per cent profit. Don't you want to make 100 per cent without defrauding anyone? It's easy. You don't have to consult the stars or Texas Tom to learn how. Come to seo us. We'll toll you, no charge. We are agents tor some of the best ad-ditions to .Salt Lake City, west, south and southeast. Avondale is the beautiful over-Jorda- ad-dition. Lots as low as ISIOO Lots of 'em. Try a pair, ami you'll ho glad a year hence. Then you'll come and salute us as a prophet. (Jive your wife a pair, and your boy, and they will rise up and call you blessed. Prices aro not high. Croakers have said they were for the past two years, hut they've been advancing right along. Don't listen to croakers. They've been croak-iti- g since the Flood. rYogs can't beat cm. Rut we prefer frogs. They're more active. If you are seeking a beau-tiful location for a home, let us show you Uki.mont. It's a beauty. You'll say so when you see it. Just east of Liberty Park. If you want choicest ground close in, let us show you Villa Park, on Third East, near Liberty Park. Tired, eh? Woll, come again. We've got other additions. All nice. Give us your leisure, and we'll give you a drive. E. F. Jones & Co., 107 Main street. 16H acres near penitentiary . for sale at a low figure. - I)EWITT H. LOW F. & Co. 06 West Second South St. AN tXi'EKT ACCOUNTANT. A New1 Hjnteni In "the Science of Book-keeping. "Hello there," said Harry R.Browne, tho expert accountant at 251 Main street to a reporter this morning. "So you have coiue dow n to learn how "an oflico of this kind is run, have you? Well, I really don't know how I can explain. My business is to audit or ad-just complicated accounts. For in-stance, when a set of books become tangled through carelessness or other-wise, I am supposed to properly adjust the errors and lind tho correct balance, or perhaps some large busiiiess like stock companies and corporations who havo a secretary and various book-keepers will secure my services to audit the accounts. That is to prove the work current. Iu addition lo this I am retained by several gentlemen whoso business calls them elsewhere most of the time, to oversee tho olHce work and bookkeeping. I have three tirst-elas- s assistants who are thoroughly ac-quainted with my line and together we take caro of everything which comes into the office iu the expert department, besides handling several regular sets of books for prominent business houses. I established my business tho first day of September last and in the interval have worked ou tho books of a great many of our largest houses. My work has not assumed tho proportions I am in hopeg it will, but 1 am satisfied with the results so far aud look for a larger volume of business in the near future. I have never made any great efforts to give particulars to the public, feeling that my standing "ad" iu the different dailies, weeklies, etc., would be a suffi-cient explanation, but I am glad you havo taken tho trouble to call. One thing more I should like to speak about, and that is my combination check system of accounts. This is a book I have recently invented aud of which I hold tho exclusive right to pub-lish. This book combines the cash and journal in one, and through Us medium is concentrated tho eutries for tho en-tir- o business, so that every day the vol-ume of business may be seen at a glance, aud besides, as thero is a debit for every credit, tho books must balance lo a cent daily, thus doing away with tho necessity of taking tho accounts off tho ledger monthly to find a trial balance. It reduces tho work to a minimum and will prove of inestiinablo value to both employer aud bookkeeper.'! LOCAL UKEVITIES, Prof. Weithe's popular Quintette club will play at Miss Gray's concert. The now uniforms for members of tho tire department aro expected here today. Miss Gray will recito Salt Lake's old favorite, "Daisy's Faith," ou Tuesday evening: There arc messages at tho Western Union Telegraph office for Jas. Nibley and W. JR. White. Rev. B. T. Vincent will preach to-morrow and tho following Sunday in the M. E. church at tho usual hour. The opening exercises of tho conven-tion of Young People's Soc.etics of Christian Endeavor commences evening, at tho Presbyterian church. Last night the proprietors of the Utah Steam laundry gavo their employes a ball and a supper on tho occasion of tho completion of uu addition to tho l' "wash house." Fire Chief Stanton says he proposes to havo six call men wet down the principal streets not covered by tho watering carts. Tho d streets Include Brigham. Third East, I Fourth South and West Tcmplo streets. Tho telephone company will, it is claimed, soon institute action against ' one of its subscribers to compel him to retain his instrument for ono year from the date it was placed in his office, ac-cording to contract. It is said that the subscriber ordm-c- t ie phone taken out by reason of a recent increase in rates. Tho remains of Joseph Ruclman, of Lelii Junction, who died at the Deserot hospital yesterday of heart and liver troubles, were taken to his homo this morning by tho 7 o'clock train. The funeral services were conducted by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, and wore held at bis late residenco at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Commercial street is a busy thorough-fare. 'Yesterday tho little: Wall street was crowded; people carrying bundles, everybody asking, Whero aro you going, What are you buying, and such nice gentlemanly clerks. Why of courso, tho Bodega Family Wine house, 10 Commercial street. That's whero I shall certainly buy Monogram wines and my liquors. My family demands it. Tli at Commercial street will bo paved at onco was decided last evening by the committee. What the material will bo makes no difference to tho citieus, whether asphalt, brick or stone. Like all tho roads in clays of old whichled to Rome, Commercial street lends to tho most popular place in Salt Lake. Whero did you sayf Why tho Bodega Family Wino House No. 10. whero our doar little wives and children can buy Monogram wines and Nectar whiskies for Sunday's dinner. Everybody como. Mr. Charles Ellis has mado a long and careful study of Mormonism, not in what its opponents have said about it, hut in what, its owu exponents have written. His lecture, iu the federal court room tomorrow evening, at 7:30, on "The Mormon Compass, or The Car-dinal Points of the Moroni-Smit- h Sys-tem of Celestial Navigation," will'be worth hearing and will give .strangers more knowledge of Morniouisni than they could obtain without digging through many volumes of uninteresting literature. Notice to Contractors. Scaled proposals for the erection in Bait Lako City of the Commercial block, a bank ana office building, will be received nntil April 15, lsuu, J o'clock p.m. Drawings and snecihea-tion- s may be Been at the Commerc ial National Bank. Each bidder shall enclose with his bid a certi-fied check for $1000. payable to the Commercial National Bank, forfeitable provided ho fails to emer into contract and to furnish satisfactory bonds if his proposal hould be accepted. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Address proposals to FRED A. HALE, Architect. Commercial National Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah. PROPOSALS FOR POST OFFICE PtK-POSE-Sl BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE by uie at Salt Lake City until noon on tho aoth day of April, I8U0, for furnishing the Postoftlce Department with suitable prem-ises, centrally located, which premises shall be of sufficient capacity, and located so as to ac-commodate the patrons of the Salt Lake City postofllce, said premises to be occupied as a postofflce at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah, for a term not to exceed Ave years, from June 1, ISflO. The owners will be required to partition the premises in such manner as may be decided necessary by the Postofllce Depart-ment, and furnish a complete outfit of furni-ture, letter cases, counters, distributing tables, desks, carriers' cases. et!.. as may be necessary for the propTconductlngof the business of the office, and lfj(Uork boxes, divided, V)H assorted lock boxes, and It 10 assorted lock drawers, of the latest improved pattern. In connection with the above, bids will be considered for furnishing the necessary heat and light, also a vault not less t han KixlO feet In the clear, furnished with latest improved doors and combination locks. haid premises should be in the central, buiii-nes- s part of t he cit y. Blanks for proposals can be had by calling ujion the postmaster at Salt Lake City. W. W. PATTERSON. Postoflicu Inspector. 2!l LOTS, $1H.75, and now comes tho ladies iu a mighty throng, rushing into tho oflico of the original Oreene, at ' 2T4 Main street, near the t 'lift house, each ono deter-mined to buy 5 or 10 lots at the lowest prices and sell rigaiu when tho top is reached, if wo get to the lop this sum-mer.' Everybody knows that tho ladies aro shuewdek SPEct'LATOits. than the men. Last week many ladies called. This week hundreds more will follow. Tho offer of lots ut $18,75 eacb is for tho Aveek commencing Mouila-- , April 14 mid ending April 10. Saturday. Every day from 0 u. m. until I) r. m., excapt Saturday ivhen.llio wale closes tit 3 p. m. Next week up goes tho prices. Watch for the big jump in the price, it is coming soon. For each lot you purchase at tho special advertising price you must introduce some one to our office. If you reside out of tho city, send two names for every lot you may purchase; wo want lo send maps, cir-culars, etc. If you want to see how many peoplo can lie squeezed into ono small office, call ut No. 274 Main street at uuy day. We are alw ays busy If you believe tho title, is bail, tho lots too far from town, the ground wet and covered with alkali, or any of tho many tales of woo and depression retailed by rival agents who do not havo the hon-esty to let tho buyers sharo prolits with them or tho personal ability to push a great enterprise to tho successful issue which the great trans-Jorda- syndicato aro meet-ing with, do not como to our office but leave these lots for those who have the wisdom to investigate for themselves. You will be trying to buy some of these lots at !fi!00 apiece before fall, you people who hearken to our en-vious, are tho very ones off whom we shall eventually make our money The ndvertisiug lots will bo sold only for cash and all lots must bo paid for when selected from tho maps in the oflico. Tho title to the lots is absolutely per-fect. To every caller wo give a map and other printed matter. To every purchaser a copy of Abstract, Title Insurance Policy and War-rant- y Deed. Hear ill mind that hundreds of tho best citizens of Salt Lako now own lots iu the same plat. Tho largo list of tho past weeks pur-chasers will appear hereafter, as the printers have rushed us so for copy that we have not had time to write out and revise our list. We canuot soil so cheap again. Next week the prieos go up again. Do not delay buying too long. Extensive improvements are under way: IIkadquarteks at 274 Main street, the original Greene's office. Outside parties address II. N. Greene. SUMMONS. In the District Court in and for the Third Judi-cial District of Utah Territory, County of Salt Lake. Frank T. Cochrane, Joseph Ruse, Plaintiffs, 1 vs. y Cuno A. Bussche, Defendant. ) The People of the Territory of Utah send greeting to Cuno A. Bussche. defendant: YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO iu an action brought against vou by the above named plaintiffs in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint filed therein within ten davs (exclusive of the day of servicei after the service on you of this summons if served within this county; or if served out of this county, but in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty davs or judg-men- t by default will be taken against you, ac-cording to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to have judgment against said defendant in the sum of together with costs of suit; alleged to be due on a certain judgment duly made and given on the SRth day of November. ltS9. In the District Court in and for the County of Araphoe, in the State of Colorado, for said sum of SLM8B.S5, no Sart of which has been paid; said judgment eing given against said defendant in favor of said plaintiffs. And you are hereby notified that if vou fail to appear and answer tho said complaint as above required, the said plaintiffs will take judgment against you for the sum of $313.ad, with costs of suit. Witness, the Hon. Charles S. J5:me. Judge, and the seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, SEAL. in and for the Territory of Utah, this 7th day of April in the vear of our Lord one thousand eight hun-dred and ninety. Henhy G. McMillan, Clerk. By Geo. D. Loomis, Deputy Clerk. Salt Lake. The Provo Enquirer might as well try to turn the Provo river as to down Propeller Davis. Tho more obstacles thrown in his way tho harder ho works. His Pueblo record, substantiates tho above facts. Preparing fur the Exposition. The board of directors of the Dcsoret Agricultural and Manufacturing society met yesterday afternoon at Henry W. Lawrence's oflico and thou visited the exposition building, for tho purpose of determining what improvements were to.bo made before the exposition opened. A visit was ulso made to tho old fair grounds iu tho northwestern portion of tho cily. This properly will probably bo leased to somo racing association. In tho evening ti mooting was hold and officers for tho ensuing year were elected. E. A. McDaniol of Wobco was elected t, llober M. Well of Salt Lake, secretary; and Harry T. Duke of Salt Lake, treasurer. The salary of tho . secretary was fixed nt $509 per annum, and that of tho treasurer at 150 per uunum. The president is II. W. Lawrence. 180 acres, southwest, $50 an aero be-low the market. 5 acres near Liberty Tark, $1500 bo-lo-value. 2jxl0, house, Third street, G, $1600. 4jxl0, house vents $20, $200 Special bargain in business propert. Let us sell you somo lots in Folsoms addition. Theso are tho best cheap lots in Salt Lake City. C. L. Libby & Co., Burlington building, corner Third South and Main. NOTICE OF SALE OF KEAL ESTATE. VVJtOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN pursuance of nn order of the Probate court of Tooele County, Utah, made on the 31th day of March. ISO, in the matter of the estate of Bridget UeCourcev. deceased, the undersigned, the administrator of said estate will sell at private sale to the highest bidder for cash, current money of the United States, and subject to continuation bv said probate court, on or after the 29th day-- of April, lSuo at Stockton. In said county, all the right, title interest and estate of the said Bridget DeCour-ce- at the time of her death, and all the right title and interest that said estate has bv opera- tion of law or otherwise acquired other than or in addition to that of said Intestate at the time of her death in and to all those certain lots pieces and parcels of land situate, lving and being in the town of Stockton. Tooele countv Utah Territory, and bounded and described as follows, Lot 1ft in block W. with adobe dwelling house Lot it) in block S, vacant. Lot 17 in block SB, lumber dwelling house ' Lot IHin block 84. ' Lot 21 in block so, " Lot 23 in block W, ' " Lot 15 in block 85, adobe .and lumber dwell-ing house. Lot IS in block TO, vacant. Lot 19 in block tot. 25 acres of hay land in the NW Sec. 38, Tn 6 S. K ft W . Bids must be made on each lot separately and may be made at any time after the first Eublk-atio- of this notice and before the mak. the sale. All bids or oners must be in writing and left at the store of Jwnes Hughes in said town of btacliton, or delivered to tie understated t Terms and conditions of sale: Cash current money ot the United States, ten per cent of the jbnailravnncaeseoumcoonneytintuoabtieopnaid on the day of sale of sale by said probate Deeds at the expense of the purchasers JAMES HUGHKS! Administrator ot the estate of r-t- Dated April For bargains iu any part of the citv call at tho" office of Dewitt B. Lowe Co. 60 West Second Sout street h. ' W. y. Perkins, who has been ap-pointed to solicit contributions for the agricultural district known as Camos prairie, Idaho, where all crops have been destroyed by grasshoppers for two years past, is iu the city, and will call upon our citizens for tho above named purpose. Many of the pioneer settlers of lliat country formerly lived in this territory. It is to bo hoped that our citizens will liberally respond to this deserving call.