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- . ; ' skip. The ensemble was all that it should have been, and to those who were present it was an event long to be re-membered in Salt Lake. Tonight, "Carmen." AMliNKMKNTN. ".Minimi!" lit the Suit l.nko TlicutrA Last Nig lit '('armi'ii" Tonight. Only a fair sizod audionce was In last night to witnoss tho really flno acting and liston to Ambroise Thomas' charming mania at tho Salt Lake theatre last night. Whatovormoy be tho causo of bucIi Blira audiences, our people should remember that thoy owe it to themselves and to tho fair reputa-tion of tlio city to give a jiint meed of to such splendid organiza-tions as the Juch company. It is very seldom that Salt Lake has an opportun-ity to hear such a combination of artists as iB found in Juch, Januschowsky, Macnichol, Tagliapiotra, Vetta and Iled-moml- t. It is to bo hoped that tonight, tlio last of tho briof season, will draw an audience that will tost the seating ca-pacity of the theatre. .Inch an "Mignon" is without a rival in tho rolo on tho lyric stage, and it may bo said that it ia owing to her delightful acting lis much as to lior peorless sing-ing that she has earned this enviable ponition. Last night sho was at her best, and her charming naivette and vi-vacity in tho second act entirely won tho sympathy cf those who heard nnd saw lior. Juch ia still a young lady, be-ing scarcely moro than twenty seven, and already bIio Ibj rjachod a omy height of eminence in hor profession that usually requires years of patient toil and experience. Thk Timks can only advise tho music lovers of Salt Lake, as will as tho admirers of really artistic acting, to see her in hor great rolo of "Cannon" tonight. Oneo moro Januschowsky, as the coquette, charmed all who hoard her. She occupies an enviable jiosition in lyrical drama, and her beauty, pot olT as it was last night by tho magnificence of her costumes, was the thome of mauy a ripplo of admiring comment among tho ladios of tho audience. Januschowuky is a great artist, and thero is a brilliant fiiture in store for the lady. L zzio Maciiichol mado up splendidly ai tho beau Frederic, and her sweet voice was heard at its best. It wins upon her hearora moro and more, so much so that ono wonders it she is the same artist who eang the first night in "Kig.ilotlo." Votta's powerful nnd true bass, espe-cially in tho fino solo of tho last act, won for him much dosorved applause. Ho has capabilities as a basso seldom equalled and never excelled. lledmondt shone forth last night in altogether u now light. His Binging was a revelation to his hearers, and ho fully established himself in the affections of his audience as a truly effective tenor nnd a splendid actor. All in all, the opera moved along without a jar or a Lynch & McCarroll, Fiist Door South of Postofflce, REAL ESTATE BROKERS. Block 8 Lako View Subdivision at o bargain. Capital Hill lots at $1,000 each. Lots in Plat "C" 3250 each. A beautiful homo on 3d South, GxlO rods, only $G,000. For Sale, By WilkinHon & Bennett. No. 11, '"'est Second South. 10x20 rds cor 8th South and 8th East, 20 rods facing 8th South, $750 per rod. 10x10 cor Gth South and 8th East, fac-ing north and East, with house, 80000. 110x105 feet, lot 1 block 11, plat E, Capital Hill. S11.0CO. 10xl7K rds cor 3rd South and Cth East, facing West and south with good house and improvements, 840,000. I.'x20 rds 5th East bet 3rd and 4th South with house, 25,000. 43 acres over Jordan, close in, $500 per acre, 520 acres ovei Jordan at a bargain. At the Lace House C G Silk Hosiery in " Black, Tan, New Green, and New Bronze, $1.00 per pair. J. W. THOMPSON & CO.. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 209 Main Street, Just North of Postofflce. RESIDENCES. No. 197. 2x10 rods, rewhouso of 5 rooms, 4 South, East .. ....$ 3,50(1 No! 218. CxlO rods, email house, corner 5th and K streets 5,00c No. 224. 4x10 rods, house, 1st South, West 315c No. 211. 3x10 rods, house, 3d South bet. 7th & 8th East 4,50 No. 205. 7GJxlG5 ft., G room house, completely furnished, 8th South be-tween 6th and 7th East G.50C No. 217. 5x10 rods, small house, 0 er J and Gth streets 4,000 No. 182. 4x10 rods, hou j C Bust, north of 3d South C.50C No. 199. 49x330 ft., an elegant stone front brick residence, 10 rooms, com-pletely furnished, south frcnt, on 1st South 25,0OC No. 177. 2J5 rods, 2 small houses that will rent for $30 a month, 5th East on car line 3,50C No. 179. 3x5 rods, brick house of 5 rooms, 3rd street 4,50( No. 172. 5x5 rods, new brick house, 1st, between L and M streets. . G,25( No. 171. 4x10 rods, small house, 3rd West, between 7th and 8th South 3,G0( No. 1GG. 10 rods frontage, fine brick house, 14 rooms 14,001 No. 107. 2xl0 rods, G room new frame house, 4th East, between 5th and Cth South , 4,75( No. 101. 2Jxl2, brick house, barn, etc., Gth East, between 2d & 3d South 4.50C No. 1G2. 2.!xl0 rods, brick houso, 7 rooms, barn, cellar, city water, etc., East Bench 4,50( No. IG3. 2JxlO rods, 4 room Brick house, flowing well 4,0CQ No. 7. 2)x10, 4 room House on North Bench 1,001 VACANT PROPERTY. Chheapest Lots in the city in Lake View subdivision on 9th North at., threi block from car line. Lots in Kimball Subdivision, 10 blocks from P. O. $850 a pair. No. 195. Lot 3, Block 103, Plat D $ 0,001 No. 225. 2K-Y.1- rods, 1st W. bet. Gth and 7th S., a fine building spot 3,CKK No. 220. 4x10 rods 8th S. between 9th and 10th E 2,401 No. 227. 39x115. right of drive' 7th between D and E 2,00( No. 19G. G5 rods, parfs of Lots 1 and 4, Block 28, Plat D 1.5CX No. 191. Lot 3, Block 24, Plat F 10,0(X No. 189. Lot 1, Block 19, Plat F 12,0(X No. 180. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, RIock 103, Plat C 12,50( No. 181. Lots 7 and 8, Block 103, Plat C G,00( No. 159. 2x7 rods, one-ha- lf block from car lino, North Bench 2,5(! No. 143. 4x10 rods on 5th West 3,251 No. 10G. 5x10 rods 3rd South East 4,51 No. 118. 5x10 rods on J, 8th and 9th street 2,50 BUSINESS PROPERTY. 24x100 ft. on Main, below Co-o- p (por foot) $ 1,G( 50x112 ft. on Star st., north of 1st South (per foot) GO No. 119, CGxl73 ft., 18 Room House, on 2nd East, 1st and Second South (per foot) 35i No. 122. 49xlG5 ft., 1st West, south of 3rd South (por toot) 2,'JI ACREAGE. No. 200. 45 acres, 1 miles from P. O. (per acre) 1,00 No. 200. 99x25?! acres, Improved on Mill Creek, 7 milos from Temple.... 8,5! No. 183. 10 acres, lot 3, blk 39, 10 acres, Plat A 5,50 No. 108. 100 acres, Improved, 10 miles from P. 0 7,50 No. 153. 133 acres, finely Improved, on Jordan, 9 milos from City (per acre) lot Watch Our List for New Properties J J. W. THOMPSON & CO. I WANTS. If yon want help, If yon want to rent a houso, If yon want to sell a lot, If you want a situation, If you want nnylhinn, Advortise In Thk Tmrn "Want Column." LINTAI 1I0TEL. Commercial Street, on tho European rinn. This Kne Hotel, strictly first class in evory respect is now offering induce-ments to the local and traveling public which cannot be excelled in the west. Central location. Rostaurant in connec-tion for short orders at all hours. E. E. Fkknch & Owbn Phillips, Proprietors. WEUB ii PALMER, Real Estate. 10 acres on 2nd West. 3x10, 9th Sast, 2nd South. 5 acres on 2nd West. 8x10 corner Blk 55, Plat "D." Oftireut I se. Tho real estate agents' directory, to be printed on cardboard, nnd hung in the olliues and public places of the city. Star safeties, the beBt wheel on earth Pomliroko, agent. hi "Ivanhoo Place" needs no street rail-road to be built one is thore. "A bird in the hand," etc., etc. W. L. Baiirf.t & Co., 207 Main street. Wo Still Load In offering tho cheapest, largest and best improved lots on the market, within tho city limitH, in Prospect Park. Nice resi-dences, schoolhoiiBe and Bhade trees al-ready thore. Terms, $25 cash and 810 por month, no interost. On the 1st of April the rice on these lots will be $50 each. Buy now and seciro a cheap home. We have no outside agents. Careful selections made for outsido parties. B. A. M. Fhoihkth & Co., 70 E. 2d South st. W. L. Rakrkt & Co. have lots to Bell in "Park View," Perkins' "Grand View," and "Ivanhoo Placo." 207 Main St. Worth Investigating. 3x10, 4th West bet. 4th and 5th South brick, 155,000, very easy terms. 4x10, 11th East, bet. Brigham and 1st South, brick, 85,500. 53x105 ft.,Gth South bet. 10th and 11th East, brick, $1,000. 40x115 ft., 3rd South bot. Gth and 7th East, 5,00( . 74x150 ft., cor. facing Liborty Park, $5,000. Eight full lots in plat D from $1,500 to $2,000 each. Four 40 acre tracts ovor Jordan, $75 per acre. We have a large list of acreago for platting, improved and unimoroved property in all parts of the city. L. B. Smith & Co., 22 East Socond South strcot. J. A. Moiimi & Kilns. Parties wanting to buy property of any description will save nionoy by call-ing on ub. We havo a fino list of busi-ness aud rosidonce property that cannot be equaled for location, price and terms. We have more fine cornors than any-body and several tracts of acreage suit-able for platting close in. Call and Bee us before buying. J. A. Moulan A Sons, 3-- tf 13 W. Second South St. Investigate Below. 3x10 on 2d S, close to 5th E. 5x20 on 5th S, bet 8th and 9th E. 2ixl2 on Gth E, bet 3d nnd 4th S. 2x10 on 7th st, bet I and J. 25acresSW,5A,PB. 5 acros N W in nee 20. J. W. BituNF.rt & Co. Room 4, 217 South Main. For the host moats in tho city, go to W. E. ). Burnett's, at 59 East Third South stroot and you will find them. Practical Watchmakers, Adolph Hauprbaoh & Sons. All work warrrnted. No. Hi E. First South st. Our muHlm underwear sale will begin Monday, 21th. Please see large adver-tisement. F. Al'ebuach & Bito. If yon want first class moata in the way of Kansas corn-fe- d beef nnd pork, go to the Fulton meat market, No. 10 W. Third South street, and there you will lind what you want. Star bicycles Pombroke, agent. Call and see my new line of Spring Suiting Worsted Pantaloonings, etc. W. A. Taylor, 45 E. 2d South St. n Sixteen lota 10x10 rods in blocks 187, 189, 107 aud 175, plat 1). Easy terms. Apply to owners, A. J. White Real Estate o., tf 34 E. Second South St. Union Pneiltc Lands. Utah Real Estate and Investments. C. E. Wnntland, agent, 201 S. Main street, Salt Lako City. Special for Platting. Vi acres on Boulevard. 25 acres on Territorial Koad. 22 acres on Fifth South, 30 acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main St. Lincoln Park Still leads. Look up its advantages be-fore buying lots in other additions. C. E. Wantlano, 201 Main Street. Tlio Continental. This hotel is the recognized head-quarters for commercial men and tourists. Centrally located, it is fur-nished with everything pertaining to a first-clas- s hotel. For rooms at any time address G. S. Holmes, Manager Continental Hotel. W. L. Baiiket & Co. have lots to sell in "Park View," Perkins' "Grand View," and "Ivanhoo Place." 207 Main St. W. L. 11 A Kit KT & CO., No. 207 Main street, can deliver: 3JxlO, 8th East, bet 2nd and3d South, brick house; $5000. 3x10, 2nd bet II and F, house; $4500. 5x0, corner 5lh anil C, plat D; $4000. 5x10, corner C nnd 10th, plat D; $2500. 3x10, 5th west, bet 3d and 4th North, good house; $.'1300. 4x7, cor 7th North and D, plat D; $3000. 3x7, D street, bet Gth and 7th. plat D; $2200. 49x155, D, bet Gth and 7th, plat D; $2400. Lot 18, blk 13, plat A, if sold this week; $10,500. 49'xl51, 3d South bet 9th and 10th East, extra good house; $1200. Lots in Ivanhoe place, 1st South and 13th East. The finest building site in Salt Lake. These lots are 40 & 50 ft front by 110 ft deep. Look at them. W. L. Barret & Co., 207 Main streot. Don't forgot to look at "Ivanhoo Place" before purchasing homes or mak-ing investments. W. L. Barret & Co., 207 Main street. For fresh poultry, fruits, flour and feed, together with all first class grocer-ies, call at tho place of W. E. D. Bar-net-t, 59 E. Third South street. Just received atS.S. Dickinson & Co.'s, corner of Main and Third South streets, a car load of Kansas corn-fe- d beef, to-gether with spare ribs and pork tender Ininn. WE HANDLE Business, Besitleace and Goimtry Property, IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED. Parties wishing to buy or sell Realty, had better see us. Our motto: "Smal Profits and Quick Turns." Correspondence bolicitad. W. L. BARRET & CO, 207 H. Main St., Salt Lalo City, I'tali. DAVIS &STRINGER o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Real Estate anil kdieits '1 O O O O l O 41 o OO O O fj o Bnsiness Projerty, Residence Lois, AGreagE o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OXJH, MOTTO : Show Only Bargains &Propertytliat Can be Delivered with Ceitain oooooooo o o o o o o o SI,ESv:BT : T. A. Davis, J. M. Downing, J. T. Stringer, W. W. Stoddard, J. H. Watts, William Hixon, Alfred E. Duncan, Miss C. Watkins, J. J. Alter, Booh-hcep- er and Convejancer, Office, 23 W. Second South Stree Second Door East of the Cullen Hotel. t A Ilnre l liiinio. 48 acros all platted, close in, high and dry, water piped to the center, the best buy in the city.. 40 ft. Center street, Provo, 8100 a ft., $5 a foot below its value. We want a good horso and buggy. Call at C. It. Lihby & Co s., Corner 3d South and Main. . . Real Kstttte ARontg' IHreetory. This is intended for the use of real es-tate agents, and it is to be issued under the auspices of Thk Timks. The charge will be $1.50 for each addrese. The directory will bIiow all responsible agents. Railroad Tickets nought, Sold And exchanged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket brokers' As-sociation No. 240 Main street. The best lot of corn-fe- d beef ever brought to tho city oan now be had at S. S. Dickenson & Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street. If you want fresh moatE and tho very best in the market, go to S. S. Dicken-son & Co., cpr. Main and 3rd South street. Cull for a Meeting. All members of tho Christum church lire requested to moot nt the 13th ward school house n fVrjond South street, letvoen Fimt nnd Socond East, Sundny, Mnrcli 23, 181K), nt 11 oVlock a. m., for the purpose of organizing nnd tHkin stioh steps ns nmy be dooinod necessary for pormanont work in this city. II. J. Matthews, A. 1). Wintf.ks, W. H. Casaoy. Dated, Salt Lako City, March 10, 1800. ir Yon Want A gooil Brooke, go to the Casino cigar store, 38 Main street, north of Walker liouso. The A. J. White Real Estate Company, 31 East Second South street, tho oldest real estate ollice in tho city. Established in 1880. Sew Styles in Millinen May be seen at Mrs. II. Christy's, No. 31 West First street. New novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received. FOR SALE l'y Ingram & Doiiiipllun, 11 West 2ml Suutli St. f We have secured some of the most de-sirable property in tho city, nnd are pre-pared to deliver tho same at bottom prices. 27 Acres in Five Acre Plat C, Blk 27, at ifllXX) per Acre. 15 Acres iu Five Acre Plat C, Blk 11, $751.) Per Acre.T 125 Acres in Five Acre Tint C, $000 Per Acre. 10x10 cor. 3rd South nnd 10th East, $12,000. 10x12 cor. 5th South nnd 12th East, $axu 10x10 por. 4th South nnd 4th East, V3' ensh, 820,000. : Ft Front by 330 Ft Deep, near New Hotel, East Side, nt 8100 per Ft. Best bv in the city. 3x10, Blk 28, Plat V, $2500. We have $50,000 to loan on real estate. Fino brick land cheap. Call nnd see our acreage. We have snaps. Call and see lota in Nelson & Early's subdivision. The above property is sale by W. II. White & Co. Boys' nnd girls' bicycles Pembroke, ngont. Our Third Shipment of Muslin Underwear is now on sale and consists of the finest goods we have ever shown. The Laos House. For Nile. We can give special terms on the fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on Cth S.. bet. 5th and Gth E. 2x7li on 5th E., north of 5th S. 10x10 nnd 10x7 in rear on 3rd S., bet. 9th nnd 10th E. Lot 1, Blk 29. Plat G. 10x9 and 2 roil alley 7th E.and 8th and 9th S. 5x8 bet 9th and 10th E. nnd 1st and 2nd S. T. J. Bute Jb Co., tf 243 Main, opp. Walker House. Pembroke quick job printer. It you want iork tenderloins and epuroribp, you will get them by calling on S. S. IJickinson & Co., at the corner of Main nnd Third South streets. Choice maple syrup, tho finest in the land, llamond's choice hams and bacon, bow goods nnd choice fruits arriving every Hnv at, C B. Purst's, 72 and 74 E. iSeeoi--d South street. ! I ij SALT LAKE EYENING TIMES. ARIUVA1S AM) CLOSE OF MAILS. Bohodnle if nrrivnl mid cloning of mails t the Bait Lake t'itv 1'ostoilioa March 6. 1888. Arrive Close Mails. at at Depot. P'Bt office E iBtorn, via U. 1. K'y 2:40 a.m. 7:10a.m. K Mtern. via It. U. W. K'jr.... B:Mi p.m. :S0 a.m. W8ter 10:30 a. m. p.m. Han Francisco, olosjd poach :U0 a.m. Oa.lsn 10:30 a.m. 7:10 a.m. n 4:00p.m. .Ion"".." 7:00p.m. 8:00p.m. North and Northwest 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. l'nrk City 10:30 o.m. 7:10 p.m. 4:00 a.m. Bmthern,:::::: BS0p.ro. t):10p.m. Southern, closed pouch, Mil- - ford, Frisco and beyond... 10:10 a.m. 2:0 p.m. Bingham Canyon and West Jordan lP'"1, 51?,?'- - Toooleoonnty 5'i5.p-m- - MX-- ' AlUand Wasatch 0:50 p.m. General Delivery 8:00 a.m. to 60 p.m. Currier' window 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday and Holiday hours. . .12:00 rn.tolflO p.in. local mention in thin column will be earried at 25 oenta per line each insertion. The Times' Telephone number is 481. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1800. A PKOTKNT Forwarded to Washington by the City Council. The city council, through its special committee, consisting of Mayor Scott and Con noil men James, Hall and Pem-broke, has forwarded to Washington the following protest: Salt Lake City, March 19, 1890. The undersigned, a committee ap-pointed by the city council of Salt Lake City,at the regular meeting of the coun-cil, March 18th, respectfully represent, that having information that legislation is being urged before congress to con-vert the Woman's Industrial IInio building in this city into a general gov-ernment building, beg respectfully to represent that there are most serious objections to the scheme. First It would be an unprovoked wrong to the government and to the in-stitution founded in charity and for the public good, and which is as yet but half tried. Secend The sight is entirely imprac-ticable, being nearly six sevenths of a mile from the present ollluial and busi-ness center of the city. Third The building is entirely unlit for such a purpose, and cannot be re-modeled in a way to moet the require-ments. Fourth The inconvenience to our people by making such an arrangement, wonld be intolerable and would increaso as the city shall expand. Hence, we beg in the name of the people of this city to most respectfully protest against the consummation of a scheme that would be looked upon here as a public disaster. We bog further to say that the business of the United States urgently requires a building in the city, and in our judg-ment five hundred thousand dollars will be needed for the purpose. Thursday's Trunnion of Kcnl Estate. W Lnngton and wife to L Cohen, all lot 4 Wilkes' xiihdjviMon. hi 88 pi o $ 550 Bella L Lynch to L Cohen, all lot 6, hi . Lynch A (ilanHman'n subdivision, bl 82 plo 0 L rl Coat and wife to M C Morlnn, all lot 21 bl2, routes & Coram 's ftubdivi-Hio- n, bl 21) plo '00 W H Stevenson and wife to C H Vinson, nil lot3.r bl 10 pi a 25 O 1) Amos et nl. to O HclineegneB, all lots 1 to 4 bl 5, Amos' addition 1000 L It Khrich and wife to (1 8 Holmes, all lots 12 and 13 bl I, Elirlch's subdivision, blSplb '00 O H Holmes anil wifo to H Hardy et ol., same as alxive 1H00 J M McImhi ct al. to (J W l'ai kos, part lot 2 bl H pl b 2250 D W James and wife to J L Parke, 4x10 rd It 1 1.1 57 pl b . W0 P L Williams and wife to J L I'arkes, It 711X1 Mi Inulcwood sub 1000 D I) Wyatt et al to C D Wilkinson et al, It 8 bl 103 plo 2500 J Barnes to Mary T Barnes, 5x10 rd It 8 1)1 Hilda 1000 Matilda N Jeremy to W J Lewis, 3x10 rd It lbl51 plo O H Anderson to T btraub, bl tt Capitol Hcinhtsadd N K Marriott to (i 11 Anderson, bl 9 Cap-itol Heiiflite add . 1 J W Scott and wife to W H Irvine, it (I bl 45a pla W J ( Thompson to W M Christie, hf It 7 bl Olpla 10.'23 investment Co to J Ly-man. It -1 bl 78 id I 280 J A Kritsch to ' I (ileason, It t-- bl 2 Kensington sub of It 51)1 14 5a pl a..... 1000 W W Harvey et nl to Matlie B Woodward, W",xi't feet, lot, 2, blk H, platd 2000 W W Harvey et al to E Unggott, 4M!4x8ii'i feet, lot 2, blk 8, plat (1 2000 Isalxil M Hears et al to (1 M Cannon, 25 wiiiarorods lot 8, blk 117, pint A, lint Houth, bet First and Second West. . .. .. 18.5W J 1) Spencer et nl to I) A Kugler, 8x10 rds lot I, block MS, pint C 8j0 11 W Parker to T K Abbott, all of lots 14 to 17, block 2, l'nrk View addition 1300 (' J Webb, jr., to Hlimihetli L Webb, d of lot 7, blk 37, platH..... 1 Cl Webb, jr.. to WT Webb et ul. d of lot 7, block 37, plat H.. 1 C (i Webb, jr., to KliznMh L Webb, lot7. blk 37, pint II... 7 1 W T Webb to Klizaheth Ii Webb, one-thi-of lot 7, blk 37, plat I) .... 1 n Investment t o to F HI Hhick, all of lots 1 to 20, block 88, Lake l'nrk addition ; 000 Bnrah Hiislioiida to (1 Hash, all of lots 1 and 2 bl 8 ( llendnlo pk ad 430 V Hansen and wife to B H Bmith, 'x' lot 1 1)1 27 pla ' " H II Hmilh to' W A Pitt, 7x7 lot 1 bl 27 pl a 1800 Jane Mcldland McKny to Mary L Hmilh, all her int ill her doccused husband s te luuu Heicn A Webls'i to Anna Klarth, 50x148 ft h.t 2 1)1 151 pl a J I' Hiicheet ul to.1 Wilkinson, llxltl rods lot 2 bl 20 pl b, ci.r 71 h H and 4th K 5400 T llnpworth et al to J Hnpworth, H ul lot Hblli:iplc 1 II Hammer to J II Walden, ue qr of seo 11 tp 1 n r lw 5000 PL Williama'and wife to J B Walden northeast qr of sec II tp 1 north range 1 YV((Ht " iWrW (' Whitb'ino'r'e'to Kliznbeth (! Wiclior-Hhmi- i, nil of lot 3 bl 4 LiUTtv Turk 10 F.li.alK'lhC WiehHhnmto C W Wliitl-innr- e, half of lots 4 to 8 Connor s eulxli vision bl 4 pl d m" C W Whitlomoro to Klizalieth C Wickor-hIiiu- ii. hair of IoIh 7 tu U Connor's bl 4 pl b A'OO 8 Haul i t nl B H Westcrheld, 5 acres lot H bl 14 Hve-cr- e plat n WUO B 11 Westei lield to W H Crismon, 2'iacres It 0 bl II live-ac- plat a... T"tnl w.'a SEAL ESTATE SNAPS. No Trouble to Show Property Call and See Us. 10x10 rods corner of 10th and K, facing south ana west. Price, 83000; $000 cash, $850 sixty days, $1500 in one year at 8 per cent. 55x105 south front Gth So. bet 1st and 2d East, $100 ptr foot. 80 acres on State road eight miles out, $175 per acre. This is a snap. Lota in Jennings addition, $200 per lot. Lota Nelson & Early's wldition. Look them up. G'xU rods So East, part lot 1 block 155, plat A ; price $.'5000. Lot 0 block 115 plat A, price $1500, half cash, bal 1 year. 0 lots in Heath subdivision, $000 per lot. Lots 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, in block 24, Geneva addition, $1200 per two lots. 54x105 feet, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat F, with brick cottage of 4 rooms and 2 closets; fruit trees and grape vines; no finer view in the city: on 0th South, between 10th and 11th East. Price, $4000. 053x105 feet, being part of lot 3, block 13, plat F, with brick cottage and 2 closets; fine viow; on Gth South, be-tween 10th and 11th East. Price, $1000. East half of block 110, plat D. $1200; good terms. Mock 114, plat D, $20,000; good terms. Block 139, plat D,$ 14,000; good terms. Lot 2, block 141, plat D, $1950; one-thir- d cash. Lot 3, block 141, plat D, $1750; one-thir- d cash. 99x132 feet, east part of lot 4, block 38, plat C. Pnco, $4500; balance 1 and 2 years. 3x7 rods, middle of lot 8, block 29, plat H, on 10th Eaut, between 4 and 5th South, faces east, $1950; good terms. All of lot 3 and west half of lot 1, block 28 plat O, $3500; good terms. 5x10 rods, part of lot 8, block 11, plat F, $2250; good terms. 10x13 rods 2nd East and 7th South, 10 rods faces west and 13 rodB fuces south; $18,000, very good terms. 10x20 rods, Gth and 7th South, faces south and west.' Price $20,000, good terms. 50x150 feet, with new brick cottage, 4 rooms and 2 closets; $2500, Have two of theso alongside of east othor on 7th West. 20 rods on 7th West, bet. 7th and 8th South; $100 per roil; nice high land. 300 lots in Sulphur Springs will closo out at low figure. 100 acres in sec. 8, township 1 north, range 1 west, 214 miles from city limits, at $75 per acre small cash payment and good terms. 120 acres in sec. 8, 2 miles from city limits, $00 por acre; 320 acres in same Bection,S50 per acre small cash payments and good terms. Lot 1, blk 187 $1750, cash, bal. G, 12, 18 months, G per cent. Only April 1st. Lot G, 7 West Tern-pi- e mid. Price $1100. Cash $500, bill, on time. W. II. Whitr Co., 75 E. 3rd South Street. DOMINO KVKSTH OF TUB WKKK. FRIDAY. Elder Win. M. Palmer lectures in thocveninK in the Seventeenth ward Bchoolhouse on "The Mission of Joseph Smith, and Authenticity of the Hook of Mormon . " The cpera of "Carmen" at the Bait Lnko theater. The Bait Lake Onn club will hold its first roKti-l- ar shoot at 2.30 p. m. at the Hot Hprinus. Thoexocutive committee of the Y. M. C. A. ltieot this ovoninir for important husineBss at V. B. BtovenH's ollice. f There will be a special session of the city coun cil this evening. HATl'IlDAY. association will moot thiaoveu-In- g In T. P. Murray'- ollice. THE NATIONAL OA MIC. Important Meeting Called For This Kvenhig. A meeting of those interested in base-ball will be held this evening at 7:30, at the rooms of the Salt Lake gymnasium, in the Wasatch building, for tho trans-action of important business. A nine, to be known as the Nationals, has al-ready been organized, with a uniform of gray shirt and trunks and black cap, belt and stockings. It will be captained by C. C. Little, and the mombers are, Ridges, Busby, Barker, Piatt, Griffiths, Grillin, Gray, Llojd and Cushing. An-other nine is to be organized which will include three Denver men. CITY CIKC'ULATION. Tuk Timks mannffomont is making evory effort poHsililo to hnvo tho paper delivered promptly and reifularly in every part of tho city. Any com plaint about tho delivery if sent to thisoflico will be attended to at oneo. KOTll'E! To PiircliaHt-r- s of Wentliike Lots, All persons who have purchased West-lak- e lots on tho installment plan must pay up by or bofore April 1, 1890, or their lots shall be considered forfeited, unloss by the terms of their contract tho full amount if paid whon clue would not by that time be payable. This is imper-ative as matters are eo shaping that the lots are increasing greatly in value. H. N. Gbekn, Agent. 271 Main St. to. AT TIIK HOTKI.S. C W Jnchman, .Tanesville, Wis., nnd 15 C Pen-dleton anil wife, lioulder, Col; aru riwisloreU ut the Metropolitan. H K llarnes, Ill; John A Hwnnson, H It Morris, II Williams. 1'iirnn, N 1; Charl.w W bt Paul; H H lloait'lluiralo; 11 (1 Peck, ('hicago, are at the Valley houne. ,1 Med ralh, ChiciiKo; M 1) Cook, (irawtcr, Wy.; 1) II Hcoll. Jnmi'Htowu, N D.; H II Hancock, lieavenworlh; N w Orerholser, Dayton, O.; W H Iteynolds, litiea, N V; A P Hi'iidrii-kson- , Ht Paul; hilward VVilli ls, (lli'iicoe, Cal; Dan O'Hrien and Sliko O'lli ien, llodle, ( al. and M Maker, ban I' lancisco, have rooms at the While liouso. At the Cullen house there nro ri'itistered J (! ( iirwni, I) D Fowler, T V Monniihnii, Aspen; W B McHinnis. Wasliiiiutnu, 1) ('; W II Duscnliorry, Prove; Dan 11 ( hr.slie, Denver; F Turner, Lokiiu; (I W Undies-- , Crawfnnlnville, 1ml; K W Fiirhush, lloatoii; l)r Volney Lverctt, flow York; J L HmiKi'Vi'lit, KoHi'land, 111; James B Miller, Han Francisco: Jas Metcalf, tiiiiinisoii; 15 N Kuittht, New York. liiviistercd nl the Continental this morning are Henry htorn.'irn II liwler, H Lyon, Mrs Heaver-niie- e anil two ilaiiKlilers, New York;B () Brooks, Detroit; J W Harris, han Francisco; J L Laird, wife nnd child, Philadelphia; .1 T Davis, Omaha; F N Latliriip, llostiin; Frank K Quill, Newark; 11 A McMilh-u- , Mrs (I H llaenn and two daughters, 1)11 Kyle and wife, Chicago; .1 F Marsh and wife, Colfax, la: Mins M L Williams, Port Huron, Mich; Jacob Binilli, Topeka. At the ('lift houso are Clmrles W Hill, New York; J W Wilcox, Centerton, (); W (Hoseko, wife anddaiiH'litcr, Hlocpy Kyo. Minn; J V Holier and D 8 Henlt, Pillnluiru, Pn; Tliouias It Miller and Louis F Hurt, Cleveland, (); Mrs C Hchu-erup- t, Wiipakoneta, (); J VV Kaler, Castle (lata, Utah; J F Carroll, illitle; Percy U Folwell, (I W Palmer and wife, HiiHtlnirs, Neb; P VV Hlnnliope, jr., Houth 1ml; Frank Cur-tlii.- tionley, Cnl; L W Hill, Julie, Mich; and Daniel F licatly and wile, Washington, N J. Amoiiit the morning's arrivals registered at the Walker limine are J K Aller, (Iriind Island, Neli; J 11 IContiT, WiiIiiihIii Minn; 11 F Corhin ami K L AiiiIim'hiiii, Cincineati; (1 M Thomson nml Fred II ('lark. Denver; J P Voorhees and L liergler, New York; P L Doran, Leavenworth; Thomas HuHsurd imd Miss K Bchiniilt, Washing-ton, DC; Judge Humphrey and Mrs Humphrey, 1 u.itidii. Win; H A Taylor, wife and daughter, Washington, D C, and William Northrope Cowles, Ban Francisco, LOCAL IlKKVITIKS. Work has begun on tho buildings at Saltuir, tho now summer resort. Ilolcomb, of tho Union Pacific, is expected iu Bait Lako in a day or two. The capacity of tho electric light plant will lie immediately nicreuaed, in order to answer tlio growing demnud. The Tenth Ward building association has lieon organized wit u a capitul ol $;1U,UUU, divided into aliares of $lu each. Tho Hicyelo club has decided to wear a black uniform. The niemlicrs are arranging lor u street parade early next month. The fire department wiisciiIIkI out lust night to extinguish a small lire in the rear of the White liouso. No damage was done. Tho Dyer building on Commercial slrii't was Hold today tu Joseph I.. ( nine ami Arthur 1'ratt. Consideration suiil to be$IU,OU0. J. W. Hilver, J. D. Lomnx, (leorgo Cumiiiing mill Mrs. Ltiiiginttid will lino messages fur them at the Western Onion telegraph ollice. On Monday next a camp of the Patriotic Order Rous of America will In orgaiirt-i- iu this city, 'i'lte charter members nuinlier thirty. ThisiH movlngdny with the chamlier of com-merce. Tlio new quarters are directly across tho etreet from those lately occupied una which lire peing vaunted. Tho rapid transit street railway company has ordered 'U tons of lh. rails, luid will push the work of tracklayiuii uud straining wiles us rapidly as possible, Oeorgo Zimmerhockel has purchased through Dieter, Johnson V Co., a lot on which he will lo-cate u lactory lor making cigar boxes, Tho lac-tory will bo located on bouth Main street, A collision liotwnon tin express wagon aud a buggy at tho corner of 't hird Houth and Main etrootH iiImiuI 1 o'clock today resulted iu tho of one of the wheels of the buggy. II P. Mason, A. W, (Irimt, John W. Donellnn, II. 8. Wiimns nml Klijali bells have organi'.eil the National lliiilding mid Loan association, villi an authorized capital stock of tlo,uUU,(jOu, divided into shares of (100 each. Yoiinger'n hall was the hcoiio of an enjoyable biil given last evening by the lieuu Ideals. This ia a new society of which Then Itaylsnild and -- . bharp Walker are at the head, and it is already quite popular in social circles. The noxt mooting of the student's society of tlio Latter-da- y baints college will be lieid this even-ing at I'M in the Bociiil hall. Don Carlos Young, C. Ii., will deliver a lecture on "Architecture," in ed'tition to which the meniliers of the College 1' ield club will make reports on objects of inter-- t et discovered in their rambles. All are cordi-ull- y invited. William Done, President. Oeorge L. Fisher of Omaha is at the Walker. Ho is a 'member of the well-kno- Omaha hrm of architects, Memleisson, F'isher & Lawrie, who drew the plans for tho new bait Luke lintel, in widen Mr. Wendid llensim is the party princi-pally inlercHtiMl. He will remain here n week In order ut complete some of the details of the jiluns and make iirrangeifieutH for the rapid pro-gress of tho work. Charles Kecsldn, representing Fred Warde, the tragedian, ia in the city for tho purpose of mak-ing arrangements for the appearance of that . actor at tiie Halt Lake theater on Thursday, y and MUurday of next week, Mr. Koesliin wee the pioneer iu piloting amusement compa-nies across the continent. In lHil) he took & lleuedict's Minstrel's through to ban JVrnncisco. He stopiiod iu bait Ijako and played them for four nighte iu the theater to crowded houses. This was the firsti traveliug company that ever visited Bidt Lake. 'ELECTION BETS." Martin Schmidt, "Tho Tailor." Calls the attention of his many custo-mers and the general public, to his new quarters in tho PROGRESS BUILDING and promises to contiuue turning out the Nodhiest and best Style Suit in the city. Jolm U. Manchester, claim agent of tho Union Fucilio, Oni:ili;i, in iu town, u gwsi of tho VVuikur. M. H. Oearon, n well-kno- tittovney of (iroo-lo- Nehnirtku, khvg Thk Ximich oUictt u plctiHunt call tx I ay f"E. Dickinson, RPHorul BnimriiitomloMt of tho Union i'aeinVi (tivinion, Hrrivml in tlm city by the noon train today. Mr. i,'H'kintou in bLupjhiik ut the Wuikttr House. Mr. F. Vtinhbnra, of Omnhn, hm bNn in the city, oil and on, for some time (hvhI. Mr. VViih iw HiiporinUmdiiiK the rohtliiiK of tlio (Jar-fio-iieach roMort, mid oxpocta Uiul t ho wtimm will oik'd alMiut May lHt. L H.Taylor, of tho Union Fiwitie Uailroad commission, mid wifo and daughter, nlno MitH Hchniiiit and 'J homatt Hazard, ull of Wuhhintr tm, 1. and JikIko Humphrey and wifo of HiuIhoii, Win., arrivod in a private car lata vo ninKi tind are at tho Walker. Thoy at 5 p. in, loday. M. H. NicholH, Eflt., brother of our rnstlhiK citizen, J. A NichulH, ami aont of tho Anchor lino in Now York city, wit ii Wiliinm (lioMoko, of the Hlivpy l.yo Holler Mill company, AlinnoHota, ami Arthur 1'. Foil, Kmi., of tlio tirm of tfuiith & Fori, Denver, Cot., towttior made a very pioaBant call at the Timkh oilico thia morn- - Major Frank J. Kiuuko of Omaha, one of the most faHhioimbie merchant tniloiM in this coun-try, in in tho city, llo owns ono of the hirttt tint! hundrtonioNt IjIocRm in Omaha, the nwilt of KmiiK Ida customer fit. Major KanwP contem-plates openi'iK a branch houno iu tJtdt Lake, and will probably make quite u houvy invent ment in real estate. He id hero in company with Colonel I.ewW. Hill, fcsuperinton dent Kd Deckiimou, of the Union Pacific, nnd (Jon. Jo'iu 11, ManchoH-te- r, Kouorul claim aent of the Union Pacific. They inuke four of a kind a very Jolly quartette. Colonol Lew W. Hill, of the firm of Hogga A Hill, At'a.liiu? red estate men ofOmahs, in hi the Walker, ami will remain hero a day or two. The proii.d lity in ih it lie will make several heavy in-- - vpntMhi'ti inre. d NodonH not oHtahlinh a brnuch otlicc. Culon'J 1HU in one of the wealthy men of Oiiih a. iiavniK mad" hU fortune in mil entail. ' Tho tirm of Wlii"h hiMMamemU'r havo built moro houB-sa- mM n ore Ir inee aud mai'e" more piHr ppl" ricn tnun idl tiie real OKtale m-- in )m ia put t fihiT. Too nrm Inxan budn(et in Omaha in 1H72, whou real PMtato was fiat and prttMtMtctB of tho city werij unvthing but cnco;r- - aging. Nollco of Removal. I hnve removed my office to corner of Main nml Second South streets, room 20, second Hoor over Union Paeilio freight ollieen, in Wasauih building, where I shall be pleased to seo my friends and patrons. Take the elevator. tf J. C. Con Klin.