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THE SALT LAKE TIMES. Igspas " - vol. 4. Salt lake city, utaii, Saturday evening, march 22, 1890. cd no. 144. " The Ilcitlth Oiilinniuei The city council met hist evening to consider the health ordinance. an About hour was consumed in reading the document, it being very lengthy. It is very complete in all its details. After considerable discussion, the ordinance W.afu reforred t0 the sanitary committee of the council and the major and city physician. The board of health, under this ordinance, Will consist of the mayor, a commissioner and three citizens, two of whom must be physicians. DONT WANT FREE ORE The Statement Made By Mr. Meyers That All Western Smelters ami Miners Favored THE IEEE IMPORTATION OF ORE Containing Lead Denied by Prominent Cit-izens of Denver and the Colo- - ' rado Stata Officials. Denver, March 22. Telegrams wero eeut Senators Woo!eotu and Toller and Congressman Townsend last night re-futing the statement made by Mr. Myers boforo the ways and means com-mittee to the effect that all western miners and smelters favored free impor-tation of lead ore. The telegram was signed by Hill, ex Congress-man Symes, J. li. Grant, John Evans, Governor Cooper, I. D. Porter, president of tho chamber of commerre, 1). II. Moffat, president of the Rio Grande railway and the First National bank. It claims to voice the sentimont of 3,000,000 western people in the demand for one and a half cent per pound tarill on all lead oio imported into the United States. FROM OYERTHE SEAS . iher 1'WisH Womnn Gives Hot Ve dtU lor the Honor or Marry. ',hsj a I'auiicr Prince. STAETLING EUMOES PROM BRAZIL wmink Creates a Sensation by Declining Offioes at the Hands of the Emperor. Mrch 22,-P- rince Joseph Lb,min.ki, better known as "Prince r ibo" has concluded to leave Paris, J .cj )je i,as found di&trossingly inhos-"it'abl- e since he was cast oft by his wife, wealthy widow when she ,,o was a married him for his title, and return to Toland. The prince is a character in nearly ..n h Ruronoan capitals. HE SQIIANDEBKD THE MONJiY nod estates which ho inherited, as well a8 the funds that he could borrow from friends and acquaintances. The Prince's marriage to tho widow of Doyor the n manufacturer of Mtcnt medicines, was the talk of Paris r season. On the wedding morning ollicer a of tbo law Hiiced his apparel in naviuent of a bill which he had refused to liquidate. In this predicament he dis-patched a messenger to his bride elect or the sum required to release his gar-ment from the hands of the sheriff. Tho widow, however, refused to com-ply with the request until sho soc-io-' d possession, by marriage, of his comnet and damaged reputation. Ho wrs finally foruod to march into church two hours after the time Bet for the ceremonv, dressed in the raggeu anu g frocK coat which had been his LN'SEI'AUAIU.E COMPANION FOR YEARS. After the marriage he dressed gaudily naJ lived extravagantly, but the former Madame IJoyer, who highly prized money and knew its value, cut off his stipend, nnd then he returned to his olu stylo of living and former haunts. Ho deserted his bride, of course, wbec she ceased to supply him with funds. 8he is n jt, however, mourning his loss. TIIK AIK 1JLLKO WITH Bl'MORS. The llnizlliaii Minister of War Mskes a 1'iililie Statement. Kio Jankiko, March 22. Tho air here is alive with rumors. Tho people are saving now it is the intention of the pro visional government to annul tho decrct convoking a constitutional assembly and prolong tiio dictatorship for live years. At a dinner some days ago the miuistei of war alluded to this report of the peo-ple. He said they should not insult tho government and army by circulating each rumors. Neither in the govern-ment nor the army wa) thero any ono who desired the baneful supremacy of tho sword. What the government most earnestly desired wat to return as soon as possible to private life. As to himsolf no inducement could be sullicient to reconcile him to remaining permanently in the place he occupied. The minister hns since published a card stating that his speech was not cor-rectly reported. ltlSMAICCK DECLINES To Accept OniccR at the Hands of the Emperor. Ckki.in, March 22. Tho report is in circulation that liismarclt has declined tlio dukedom of Lauenberg and the ap-pointments of colonel-genera- l of the cavalry and field marshal general olfered him by the omporor. Tho report caused a great sensation. It also is re-ported that Herbert IJismarck it. pressing the emperor to accept his resig-nation of tlio ollice of imperial foreigi, minister. Abandoned at Sea. London, March 22 Tho British steamer Vincent was abandoned nt sea. Tho captain and eight of tho crew land-ed at Fonoral. The mate and fourteen men wero lost. A liiiHxiaii (JonccHsion. StPeteusul ko, March 22. The gov-ernment has abandoned prosecution of tlio woman Tchebrekova, chargod with sending the Czar a letter threatening that unless ho modifies bis reactionary policy ho would meet the fate of Alex-ander. Prohibition of Juvenile Labor. Bkrun, March 22. The labor confer-ence adopted a resolution favoring the prohibition of the employment of chil dren under twelve years in factories and mines. We Can Deliver 4x13 rods on Cth S. near 8th V. now briek house, 4 rooms, summer kitchen, facing north with street at back, flOOO; eay terms. 20x9 rods, block 12, plut F, facing east, $1200; splendid terms. 78x11)2 feet on 3d South bet. 8th and t)th F.ast, house, fYiOO. 5x10 on ith bet. K and L, facing south brick house, 4 rooms, footM. Lots 7, 8, 9 and 10 in W F addition, $400 each; good tonus. 0x10 on 10th East bet.Brighnm and 1st South, brick house modern improvements, gl.",000; easy tonus. 7x10 rods on (ith South bet. 3d and 4th West, facing south SOOOO. 10x10 cor on K and Oth, facing north lind west. ?12o0; easv terms. lilock US, plat 1. felSilOO; cash. r.M j acres in block 3, F. A. plat A; cheap. Lots 1 and 2, block 2, Hunter's stlbdi vision, block 52, plat C, cor, faring south and east, on 8th West and Hazel streets, $1300; easy terms. W. W. UivksASonm, 55 and 50 Wasatch lluildtng. - - J. F. JACK, 235 SOUTH MAIN STKEET, i Salt Lake Citv, Utah. i We can deliver the following de-- ( scribed property. They are all ' CHOICE PIECES with Perfect title. i t! " " " " " " " " " " " " ' Fur Sale by Conway, Cole A Wnlorniaii. 10x10 cor 7th and E, cheapest cor-ner on the Uench $7200 New brick house 3rd East and Fifth South 5200 82x90 cor 3rd E nnd 5th S, with 8 TZ room house ' 7200 5x10 with new 0 room brick house, 1st N bet 7th and 8th W 4500 7x7 with houso on 1), bet Oth and 7th, per rod.; 050 5x10 on Oth Wand North Templo. . 3000 37 ftxl05 on 2nd South near 10th. . 2000 In Roberts A Nolden's Drug Store, 230 Main St. A liberal contract will be made with an honest, capablo life solicitor as "special agont" Utah nnd Wyoming. Call or address li. 11. Mann, rooms 21 and 22, Culmer lilock, Salt Lake, Utah. 30,000 Copiefi Of The Timk.s as a special edition will be published about the first week in April, and a reprint of tho real estate agents' directory will appear in this mammoth edition. . 1)0 YOU WANT To Buy a House anil Lot Within the City? I have two big snaps in empty houses this week. First 810,000; the very finest modern --esidonce on the North Bench, only 20 rods north of tho electric car lino on the corner of Fouth nnd J streets. The lot has 105 feet east front and 82J feet south front; finest lawn on the bench, shoico fruits nnd elegant shrubs and llowers, large barn, carriage houso and stable yard. The house is new, nil hard brick, hot and cold w.iter bath, electric bolls, well fitted wtth halls, closets, bath room, pantry, cellar. $4000 cash, $3000 in six months, nnd $.3000 in twelve months nt 8 por cent. Second $2000; for an adobe Iioufo of two large rooms and summer kitchen, nearly new, on corner of Fourth West and Ninth South streets. Near tho rear door is an artesian well over 200 feet deep, flowing n steady stream of nure Wnter; tho lot is a 50x158 foot corner encloeod by a picket fence. Terms $1200 cash, balance one year at 10 por cent. i Tho above for salo exclusively by the 'Original Greene," at 274 Main St., near Olift House. Foundation Keck, Limo, gravel nnd shale for snlo for sido-wnlk- s or drives by C. L. Crane & Co. nt lowest mnrlcet rr.tes. We havo leased the celebrated quar-ries and lime kilns of the SaltLako Iron, Lime & Kock company, nnd can supply all demands and meet any competition. CV' A'f. L. Cp.a.nk & Co. Office under Postollice with Shiley, Gro-- Bhell & Co. Tho Fulton Ment Market, at No. 10 West 3d South street, is in daily receipt of choice Kansas fed beef, veal and iiork. Call and get what you want, and the very best in the market. "Ivanhoo Placo" needs no street rail-road to be built 0110 is thoro. "A bird in tho hand," etc., etc. W. L. li.i:i!K.T& Co., 207 Main street. il 11. litlxllO foot, corner on 3nl(i South and Stli Kuat, fine shade, innll ; In nine on rear of lot. Thi.t Und-oubtedly one of tho iliettH't iiiovtt. on 3rd South tn--l- . Price 15,20(1.: $2,f00 can run 1 year. 12. ir.5xli;5 fret facing south on Till South, within 10 rU tf 7tU East street Klcctrtu car lino. I'ind simile and fruit trees. Muko H flm, I building lots. Can Iks Unight ot ( Ion g time for 1 10,000. 11 82JxlG5 fret, corner 3n? South and 11th F.iml, facing soutl and cast, with good houso of fom n Minis, fine orchard, splendid view for 11,500. Easy mj iiicntM, 1. MxlCri fret, facing cast 01 3rd Kast, Just south of 3rd fouth Two gixxl houses, lnrn, curriugj shed, etc. Price 112.000. 15, 10 acres of choice, land, cot ncr, on nd West street, lot 2 ll ! 3!, ten aero lat "A." SuiUtdo f platting; close to prom-- Klcclri car line, ii,l)H0 n easy payments, f j lti. Choice b aires on Hast IJciitf gissl view, for 700 jx-- acre. 17. l;5li;5 fret, corner f 2i and N street, facing south nnd w with g.-o- d H room houw, city wati fino view, etc., 11000 mt nsL 1 1H. K2Jxll!5 fret, facing west ! M. street, betwrcn 3rd and Ith slat Gmsl view, 11,200. ' l'J. 3J-- 10 roU facing t 4 tli East street, U tweeu 3rd and 4 South, 15,000. 1. 80 acres within I miles of Post ollh'c, south of city. This is choice land and adjoins one of tho finest summer reports in Salt Lake valley. No piece on tho market better suited for platting. Proposed Electric car lincjdirectly to it. Trice 750 per acre, u easy payments. 2. 20 acres within 3 miles of Postollice, southwest of city, platted, ut 150 per acre. 3. 15 acres of choice land on East llcni li, 3i miles southeast of city, lays well, at 750 per acre. I. 821x1(15 feet, comer, facing cast and north, on comer of 5lh and I streets; good new brick house of I rooms, hall, closets, cellar, city water, etc.; for 5,5oil, Easy pay-ments. 5. A fine, building lot 57Jxll5J feet fin ing cast on 8th East street, just With of 6th South, splendid shade and fruit, for 3,25(1. This is only 0110 Id-c- from Electric car line, and choice in every particular. (1. 1(15x1 05 feet on comer of M and 2nd street, facingsoiith and east, splendid view, city water, only 10 rods nun Electric car line. This is in a locality thut will be 0110 of the best neighborhoods in the city; price 1,000 per rod, with about J cash, balance in IS months and 2 years. 7. !)!lxl81 feet faring west on 2nd West 'itrcet, just south of South drive; suitable for a home, for 000 if closed at once. Xcw Styles In .Miilinen May be seen at Mrs. II. Christy's, No. 31 West First street. New novelties and designs of spring fashions daily received. . Fino houw, about two blocks from Temple; easy terms. 5 rods on lBt st, near M. New brick house. 4x10 near 7th South, M Went. 3x5 8th South, near 2d West. 10x10 lot 3, block 1j, plat 15; cheapest in tho city. Only 20 lots left in Pearson's superb subdivision, corner 7th South and 0th East, from 1200 to 61800. Several elo gant privato residences will bo bultj im-mediately. U'llincjiiishmont to 100 ncres, sec. 13, tp. 1 n. r. 1 w. Canal within 'A mile. A positive bargain. Ox."), bouse, cor. bit and K Sts. A bargain. Our books show tho largest nnd most desirable libt of proiH'rty in tho city. J. 11. VUAI.ON, Ilooms 12 and 13 Scott-Auerbac- Lid. Special for Platting. 12J acres on JJoulovard. 25 acres on Territorial Road. 22 acres on Fifth South. 30 acres joining Buena Vista. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main St. For aie. We can give special terms on tho fol-lowing properties; call and investigate: 10x20 on Oth S., bet. 5th and 0th K. 2!x72 on 5th E., north of 5th S. 10x10 nnd 10x7). in rear on lird S., bet. Oth and 10th K. Lot 1, lllk 20, Plat G. 10x9 and 2 rod alley 7th E. and 8th and 9th S. 5x8 bet. Oth and 10th E. and 1st and 2ndS. ' T. J. Bi.it. & Co., tf 213 Main, opp. Walker Houso. Pembroke quick job printer. OiirnniHlin underwear sale will begin Monday, 21th. Please see largo adver-tisement. l' AUKHUACH & liito. . -- - Don't forget to look at "Ivanhoo Placo" before purchasing homos or mak-ing investments. W. L.HAHKKT & Co., No. 207 Main street. Lincoln Turk Still loads. Look up its advantages bo-foro buying lots in other additions. C. E. Wantland, 201 Main Street. W EUK & VaLJIEU, Ileal Estate. 10 acres on 2nd West. 3x10, Oth ast, ir 2nd South. 5 acres on 2nd WTost. 8x10 corner lllk Ob, Plat "D." Get tho liicyclo you wnnt at once. Simj l'embroko, 18 Commercial, ai'ent for Star, A'eio i.t't'fr Scfi ti nnd g'.X).O0 New National liall all around. J'kmuuokk.. Prospect ami Hyde Parks. 'J'wo beautiful subdivisions within the city limits, lino view, high and dry, situ-ate-on two main thoroughfares. The lirst is largely improved by nice residen-ces, schoolhoiises, shade trees and arte sian wolls. Tho second iB a tract of rtu acres, with a beautiful park of lo acres in tho centre, planted w illi shade tri es. Largest and cheapest lots on tho market. Terms ?2o cash ami $10 per month. No interest. liny now, lieforo the advnnco. Iinpi.1 transit ansured. Carefuld selections made for (Jorrcspondenco in-vited, li. A. M. FnoisKTii & Co. Heal Estate lirokcrs, 09 E. Second South street. 20. SxIO nsl facing south f Hth street lit'twceti I and J strvc 2.BM. j 21. Ttijxl 15 feet facing noi nnd west, on cttnier Urd gouth i (ith Kast, 110,1(00. ji 22. Clx feet facing and east on comer IlrdSxith ami Kast. Price f.r a few day 1200 ) foot on easy payment. - f 21 1 15Jxi'J feet facing nortu east, m 2ud goutU and Kast, 120,000. J 21. 20 acre of cboiee lam 2nd West slreet, 3 mile oUt p.mUdlke, (S0O K'r acre. j H. H2JxK;." feet, facing cast on ,"ith Kast street, just smith of Cth South. On car lino, for .V00; easy payinuntM. !). 82Jxl.'J2 feet, corner on 2ml West mid 7lh North, on car lino ami near the AVai ni Spiinij; bathinj; re-sort, ft room brit k house. Price 15,000, on easy payment. This property will double in value in less than two years. 10. A choice building hit close to Kleetric car, facing east, good shade, etc,, IlixK'i.' feet, on "th Kast .St can be lsnip?ht on eavy payments for 2,700. W. E. I). Harnett, nt 59 East Third South street, dealer in groceries, fruits, poultry, provisions feed and fresh meats, is the cheapest place in the city. CciiUciiiaii'D Driving Horse. An olegant blood bay, black points, well bred; may be bought for 8500 (halt his value) if taken within n few days. Also a very lino dark-line- two-seate-cut- und- carriage, with polo and shafts, built to order. Also a light buckboard, used but little and perfect. Also a largo Herring snfo wil.b steel chest and two first-clas- s combination locks. All of nlwvo may bo seen for a few days at 103 West 3d South street. J. A. Marian & Sans. Parties wanting to buy property of any description will save money by call-ing on us. We have a fino list of busi-ness and residence property that cannot bo 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. Moa lan & Sons, 3-- 8 tf 13 WT. Second South St. 'ELECTION BETS." Martin Schmidt, "The Tailor." Calls tho attention of his many custo mors and the general public, to h is now quarters in the PKOGKESS BUILDING and promises to cont inue turning out the Nobbiest and best Style Suit in the city. . . The Continental. This hotel is the recognized heed-quarte-for commercial men and tourists. Centrally located, it is fur-nished with everything pertaining to a ttrst-clas- s hotel. For rooms nt any time address O. S. Holmf. s Manager Continental Hotel. - For fresh poultry, fruits, flour and teed, together with all first class grocer-ies, call at the place of W.L.D. Bar-net-t, 50 E. Third South street. liargaiu.il If you want Snaps in Business, Itesidenco or Acreiigo Pro)'rty call on C. F. Wantlano, 201 Smith Main St. Have you peon the lots in "Ivanhoo Placo." 1st South an I 13th East. W. L. Uaukkt A Co., 207 .Main Street. A few Extra l'leics. Elegant corner, one block from Utah Central Dejiot; two blocks from Temple, only ?100 per foot. 1 full blocK, i half blocks, C quarter block, in Plat C. 3 full block, 2 half blocks, C qunrter blocks in Plat D. We have over 200 pieces to select from that we can deliver with certainty. 37 pieces on which we cafl secure 30 to 90 day contracta. Davis A Sthinokk, 23 West Second South street-Secon- d door east of Cullen IIoteL At the Lace Houso C G Silk Hosiery in Black. Tan, New Green, and New Bronze, S1.00 por pair. . 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 loins. Railroad Tickets Bought, Sold nd exchanged by J. K. Gillespie, mem-ber of the American Ticket LrcKera As-sociation No. 210 Main street. - The best lot of corn-fe- d beef ever brought to the city n now bo had at S. S. Dickenson A Co., cor. Main and rd South street. If you want fresh meat? and the very best in tho market, go to S. S. Dickf A Co., cor. Main and 3rd South street. Examine Tli(e Price. 10x10 cor. on E. 1st South, 3 houses; i", rent, only 117.000. 10x20 ."ith South near Mam; 8100 Kr month rent, 8215 r f'Xit. 7x7 D street, bet. Oth and ith, house, city water, WW. 3'j'xlObet. Main and West Ieuiple; good houso, t'M). 41 feetxl') rols lirighnm bet. 1st an( 2nd West; house rent for l r foot. Easy terms. Ox'-i- d South bet. 7th and 8th Last; One improvement, fl'VWi. A whole block on Marion Boulevard, 1.100, . cash. 3i1 a :res South Shore Beach property east of Garfield. i' t lino business property, only lo() per foot. Provo City property will double in value in a short time. C. L. Linn A Co, fv,r fit South and Main street, up stairs. " " " " " " " " " " " I J. F. JACK, I 2:J5 SOUTH 3IAIX STKEET, j i I i Salt Lake City, UtaI j f-f Tclophono No. 319. To Toumtii anil Vliiltorit to Halt Ijtke. You are respectfully invited to visit our ollice, where yeu will receive a hearty welcome. Wo shall lie glad to furnish information concerning the re-sources and attractions of Salt Lake and its surroundings, their agricultural, mining, stock and sheep raising and manufacturing interests, to a'l in search of homes or waking safo and lucrative investments for capital. In real estate we have the largest list of property. Our carriages are at the disposal nt visitors. Call and see us. RestxH.'lfully, The A. J. White Company. 31 K. Sec, nd South St. IIXTAII IIOTEL. Commercial Street, on the Knropenn I'lan. This Ene Hotel, strictly first class in every respect is now offering induce-ments to the local and traveling public which cannot be excelled in the wit Central location. Restaurant in connec-tion for short orders at all hours. E. E. Fbench A Owen Phii-lits- , Proprietors. . . If You Want A good smoke, go to the Casino cigar store, 238 Main street, north of W aiker House. Tho A. J. White Eeal Estate Company, 34 E ist Second South street, the oldest real estate o!l:co in the city. Established in 1380. If you want pork tenderloins and Bnarerib. you will g- -t them by calling oi S. 8. Dickinson A Co.. at ti e comer of Main and Third South street : . The Cirnuil Jury. The United States grand jury, having made its l'inal report has been dis-charged. Five new indictments were returned. During the session of twenty-eigh- t days tho jury found indictments it fourteen federal and thirty territoriid cases. The case against Warden Brown, of the penitentiary, accused of maltreat-ing a prisoner, was thoroughly investi-gated, and the jury concluded that the evidence did not warrant an indictment. ' acreage going dp. Nearly All (holio Lots Hare lteeii Itoailily Tuken at Very Hood Figures. INSIDE PROPERTY IS STEADY. The Sales for the Week Toot up Over $1,000,000-Deum- nd for Busi-ness Property is Good. During tho past ttefck there has been quite an aotivo demand fcrr acreage property and prices have advanced con-siderably. Somo five-aer- lots in the southern additions which could have bxm bought two months ago for $1500 an acre, sold easily this week for ?2O00, ami good land brought fcltW an acre. The fact is that there is very little if any acreage property within a reasonable distance of tho city remaining on tho market. Of course dealers ow n a great dual of this kind of realty andw.il event-ually sell, but prices as they now are will scarcely bo ninlntaluod for any great length of "time. Strangers are not buying to any great extent today, ow-ing', they sat', to high figures. They ex press themselves as disappointed. They came horo with but little ready money, with tho expectation of buying on time and realizing in a few days or weeks at an advance, ami by turning over their limited capital they hoped to reap sulll-cien- t prolit to pay for tho venture. In this they have boon disappointed, and lieiieo their apathy. Inside property has Wen very quiet during tho week at unchanged prices. The transfers recorded, however, have footed up enormously, allowing an aver-ag- o of about $175,000 a diiy. This would unite n total of 81.050.000 for the six days ending today. Yesterday tho trans-fers wero particularly heavy, ono for $100,000, ono for ?I0,000 and 0110 for ) being recorded. Tho total for the day amounts to . Tho demand for business property may l said to be fairly active with no advance in prices. It is tho opinion of Bomo of tho dealers that a drop will come lieforo a great while, but intending purchasers should not rely upon anything so remote. Other dealers think that property of any kind will never bo lower than it is now and that this is consequently tho bent tune to buy. Friday's Ileal Kutnl Trnimfrni. V Fuller f lo WUIii-lmin- Knllnlron. 'It nl lot 1 lil ir(lplii t Liuim W HI. urn tt ill to 11 J (Irani, 'Aitllil fl lot 2 bl HH . il b llciiitoj O'Connor, il'iiVnk lot 4 til '. .U VH W II bwri'iit to J A Pi'nilli'tou.ftilO rda t II III a pi ll i A.I Vanwv ( ill to J HtrlntiMlow, r.'U pIh lot i) lil u pi b, cor UlliHoiilli ami Mb Kant... HOi" O MumlMin lo KIi.rIm'IIi Hull, nw ijr whs 2'i, Ip2, r I w I'iO J Mi'inick i 'I ul In MiiiMiliiin Inn mid Cold Ht'iraK" Cn. bf loto VI to l'i, 5 no pi blind oilier iiniiierly 1(10,1100 Ann to W 1' Woodruff, Ti rd by I II 4 til n nl f tSTiC 11 It Ni K. nt lo 1) N ( lark, Id lot 1 lil II pi V a- - U It Zipi lu u iJarlins, all of lot Ibl A .l k 6310 J llluoiiiipili.t lo H I'nlliick, Kxlll nli. tot 1 lil :,3 lut a ci.nicr rourlli Hoiilli mid Hl'ClHld BO iHiilmiln Wiillnr lo (' H Hmltli M al. .VUiri fivt. II 7 bl M pi b TM J K, Nvl.T to KlixabctliT Hhirtliir, part lot 7 ill H.1 id a SIM J A Krawlcr ( al lo W '1' llirki- -. nil lot 2 lii 4 City I'nrk milNlirinioii I Harriet A I'lirtriilae lo i Miirliind, all lots HI and 17 lil i (iarden City pi b Harriet A I'urt riilt to II W lliifen, all IIhUIiiiiiI 2i Id 14 (iarden City pi b...... ISO Harriet A I'lirtriduii to Kli.a ( lark, all ltl:ltoir, Id Jt llnnlen Cily pi b i Harnli A ll'iinnm toj W A 'limiiia, 2x.1 nln It 2 ll 1st 1 d IWW II K llurlweli ami wifelo II H (Imnt, 11x10 nidi, ll bl pi d Third nnd i KM V K Mitebeiier nnd wife lo K Ayter, all oflotH 1 to bl II llueiia Vitn iiddillon 1110 EIImii Hiikn el al to ClIHtifeii, pail of ll 1! lil M il a Hixlh Hiillli betwi'll Went and KaM 'J'eniple liWOO W 11 Lit el al. to I' Knllinon. all of lull Ul to ill I.KIiricli'H BulKliviiiionof ll") nen-iil- ;.. I' W Miiilxeniit nl. to F II Dyer, pnrtof lot II 111 711 p'n ' MIU" I' II lijer and wile lo A I'rnlt et nl., part of lot ll bl 7(1 pi a, Fin! Houtli, Imtwueu Kant Tempki and Fimt I'jikI 10,000 A Kejwr et al, to A J Warner et al.,- - tmrt of lot !i bl r'i pi a, corner Hecond Went and North Temple U A riniilli to M l'ratt, all of lot 1 bl in pi J I J K Taylor toL 1IC Taylor, rt of lot Iil73 pi a I J HiNliop ami wife to J W Jenkiim, 4x'i rod- - lot 8 bl ill pic 7W W 1. Martin to F. H Uiiwkliw, nil of lots l and Ti, Marlin'ii kiiIkIivIkIoii Ii"i llilli Hliinniiiiu lo II A Mr Milieu, all of lot llil ixplu .. ....... ti-- II A Me.Milli n lo J A Tuiiin, all of lot 4 hi IH pi K i1"' J A Jolnii-o- and wife loll L lluwkiim.lt 1 bl I Wiwt lliimmib W J VV Fox jrand wife In J Friwh t al, It A bl 7m pi n, lllli W and M N Wi l; W Heiiior nnd wife to J .McMalion.lt l' 1H III M (iarden ( it v .l a W Hnller U W F. Hineelloy, It I.I IM pi d I) 11 r to A A Player. mill It iKfW i; II Wilkin' nub M Ml pi a MS W J Woloteiiholme to I'helw Wnlnti'll- - lioluie, lif It 'I Id 7h i.l n 1 ) W olxtellhollMC 11 1'lielm WolnU'Ullollllll, hf It 2 id 71 pi a ., B W I ' Kiencr et al to Mary Krnna, It I bl ; IH pi H ' II 11 Hootl Ui T A iMTin, hf nee 17 1 1 r " 1 w A ( hril iiiiiw'ti to i jj llawlins", 6x10 rd ItlblVlpId ' (; Zi.iini el al to A W TalkliiKton. 7,HI0 rd !l t bl VH pi d, b mid nth nt 5- -0 (', K .M Itelielier Ul T M Selilll.o, uJl bit i'l nr.d :S III 2, Lincoln I'nrk mill C' A W IWwr Ui W 11 Kerry, all lot 6 nnd 7 bl lot r-- J Hertmt and wifn to 8 L City, w ijr mi 2. 1 1 , r 1 1 ' (! A North and wife to 8 b t lly, nw 'irw-- !M. 1 1 n, r I a S S Jeiikenin to H W MorriMrti, riKl.t or way lot .', Id I'd ' I) A W'i KKi'land t nl loT II Neldrin(iliii .',j(ji.I lot H bl I li ''' ; 11 lirilliu and wife to J Kinit, onu-'in- r. . ter iotji t lo U III 'i, Woodmaiiw nub bl J Vlluiih'to M WViif.'oniUt'l'iri'Ml !. 1 1 . rle Total - Ilrlglium Young mid It. Ci. Jngcraull. Charles Ellis lectures in tho federal court room tomorrow evening at 7:15 on Brighnm Young and Robert O. Ingor-soll- . Owing to a city ordinance against the sale of tickets on Sunday, there will be no admission fee charged. Hut all soats will bo reserved for tlioso who care enough about hearing tho locturo to contribute at the door on entering. ;ooi huts. A. .M..J.II1CH, Jlillll Sll't-xl- . Corner of 1th S. and 0th K.. with 127 feet frontage on (ith H., fronts X. and V 3 dwellings, rent for 675; g7,SS00; $3,800 cash, morlgago $1,000, 2 years at 8 jior cent. 0;xli;5 ft. on 1th S., 0 rods Eof 1st E., $3oO a foot. - 41' .xH!5 ft. with 6 room brick dwell-ing; No. (illS. on 1st West, S1.000; cash; prices good. For three days only. 110x150 feet corner 0th South and Park avenue, fronting Liberty Park; iSSOOO. ll'xUio feet, on 1st North between 1st and 2nd West, faces south; good two-stor- v house rents for $30 per month; $1500, J'.HixllS'j' on 1st South between 8th and 0th West, faces south; jTJ.iO. 157 neres, sw section ti, town 1 s, range 1 w, $175 an acre. Good terms. 40 neres east half of east half of n o '4 sec. 21, town 1 s, range 1 w; $2(XI an acre. Terms $2000 cash, $2000 in thirty days, $250i) in sixty dnvs, balnnco nt 10 per rt. 17J acres, lots 7, 8, 9 and half of 10, block 9, 5 A. P. C, with good brick house (cost $2200), $050 per acre: cuuh, bnl-snc- e at 8 per cent. 10 acres, lots II, 15,10, block .3. 5 A. P. A., $1000 an acre. Terms, 'a' cash, balance at 8 per cent. 10 acres, half of lots 11 anil 12, bio 'k 15, 10 A. P. A., $1200 an acre, $5,000 cash, balance at 8 per cent. . Removal. Adolph Hauerbach & Sons have re-moved their extensive jewelry establish-ment from No. 10 East First st. to their new quarters in tho Lasomont of the Utah Commercial Savings bank, where they invito their patrons to call and boo their new display. New and liniquo pat-terns in all kinds of lino jewelry, dia-monds and precious stones, watches and jewelry repairod and satisfaction guar-anteed. To Ileal Extatc Agents. The directory is now nenrly completed and will go to press in a day or two. This work shows the licensed real estate mon of this city, and those who have not been waited upon will please send in their cards for insertion, ns it is our e to include all responsible firms and wish for no complaints coming after tho work ia completed. CAUSED A SKN3ATIOX. Sir Kolirrt l'cel Says He Has Ween w London, March 22. Sir Robert Peel, li bo recently stood for Brighton as a nine rule candidate for parliament and wa3 defeated, today called upon the com-missioner of police, and stated that he had been insulted and threatened by the ladies composing the Primrose League of Brighton. He asked for protection and added if he did not got it he know how to resist and would do so in a man-ner that might have fatal consequences. He submitted a number of letters which bo had received from the ladies. In ono he was denounced as an "infernal scoundrel." In anothor he was called a "blooming assassin," and the fair writer of a third threatened to assault him in the streets. The result of the interview is not known, but it is suspected if a Primrose leaguo should undertake to assault Sir Robert, she would not only have to fight the gallant knight himself, but a detective from Scotland yard. The action of Sir Robert has caused a sensation. A General Strike Imminent. Boston, March 22. A general strike in the building trade here is very proba-ble. The plasters and carpenters re-cently demanded that eight hours shall constitute a day's work for the fomer af-ter April; the latter after May. The builders' association yesterday voted uot to erant the demand. General Crook' Services. Washington, March '22. The secre-tary of war has issued an order to the army announcing the death of General Crook and recites the gallant services of the deceased and express B appreciation of the great lo68 sustained by the ser-vice.