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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TBJLBUJSJiir giAIiT LAKE CITY UTAH MOIKNTBTG DECEMBER 14 1800 SUNDAY DKCEMUKK 11 1890 OGDEJtf PEP ABUTMENT Oviinic to change i iimo THK THIUUNK will be Mint to patrons in Ofiiimi through tlio early mull which will them cartior thnn by Nowsdealorn in Ogdon can hiwc tlioir byexpruHuut tint dpot or through the poHtolJlce up town SJHCE COUBT was luw and motion day In tho DlHtrlct Court nnd agoodly niirtibor of casoH woro disposed of In CraiK E A Tuv nn WIMI cnKfrffl for four ntitv of KHIO and in tho Meantime to bs and tle sulo to bo postponed 17 Martha Storm VH Martha VV order for a decree to fjulct title to ihc land in question VV Hlgbfto appointod attorney or plniniilL Dudley Stonn Frank H Dyer David M Stuart on motion of J S Variaii and by of A It wfiod CHKC wan set and con tinned until Jan 0 18U1 United Lara P Johnson convlcUfd or iinlnwfitl cohabUnrion tn irn prisniiiniiit in th for two mouths and to pay tiiu of prosnoution v Knd Jillis of un lawful cohabitation sentence sixty days in the iiitfttitiary aud to pay of proneou tion United vs J Ncwlanii ttnwd to for five months in tho and to pay a lino of fciOO on default till line paid The Inople VH A VVashbirn defondant codviclcd uf appeared for and was required to pay a of if0 mid or in default to lie Id jail for tlfty dayti Tin Seopln vs JlmrlcH Turner dnfondanf scn to live convicted of robbery VH Henry J Newman fjmirKCd with iidulLcry nu motion of J S arlau pntsfcuiiiit iitrornev tiHe WHH Jytden City Kailway Company VH II H Hen el al mmtcmpt procecdinKS not for January ti on motion llilos UnriMoii vs on motioit of M A Hreoiliui and by conscnl of Miilmey terkinn case WIIK In If II liolupp 1 M Aiidcrson VH K J Kiesel on motion of Smith A Smith J M WIIH as pliiintitf in idiico of J M Aildor j T Kmerfson VH VV CJ Child motion of Srniiti V MUith to aniond reference order inctioo Ilili vs City of VVdlsville moliori for new 1 oti art for January II Smilh VK S VV Scott el to iviritdliuiit overrulid ten days to amend admission of vV L I of Kansiis On imUoii of M A Kreuden for his admission the was appointed lo exam ine the candidate Iliinsford Smith L R ltojjnrs and Ureednn The nppliiint was rtjcorn jnendcl by the commit tee after examination aud was ndinitled to practice in this court THK CALL CAijIJNIiAU Tim following oasort have sot for bftiirlrig In tho District Court on thu datow named j MONDAY DKCKMRKR The People vs Smith assault with deadly weapon with iiteiu to do bodily harm Iniiiterit for Che The People vs Thmnari Walts altiunpt to rob O C llolloway for defundarit TUKSHAV IHtCKMUKB lOIIt The 1eoplct vs Dick alias William Hnrdy ussmill with Intent to murder J S Painter attorney j fJlCCBMIUCU lTir Tho People vs fumes Smith and ThorauR Wil son robbery V C Junind for defendant KUIDAY IUT1C United States vs Jens Kranseii unlawful co habTlnllon II H Uolapp attorney for thw do Ionse United States VH Frederick Vatos unlawful co habitulion U II Rolapp attorney for the do feiiso United States vs Iru Allen unlawful cohabita tion U H attorney fur defense United Status vs John HalKreen unlawful co hbiution H H Uolupp iittorney for tho de ftuse United States vs Archibald MoFarland adul tery Kimball ife Allison iittoriioys for thti du feime JlOXtlAY DliClKMUBK Tnited Staton vs C O Card unlawful oo hubitution H U Itolapp attorney for tho do fenso United States vs Jens P Turverson adultery II U fiolapp attorney for the delenso United States vs Andrew Caliauhan adultery J M White attorney for the defense JUJDGtE J AMISS A MINEK Judge fatnos A Miner will leave for Mich igan today for a short vacation with for mur friends He will bo away about two wooks During ills short administration of the af fairs of tho Klrst District Court at Ogdon Judgtt Minor has niado a very Inn reputa tion as a just Jtidge atlioroughgolng busi ness man and a man of great industry lie followed Judge II I Hciulorsou a man who was very popular with bar and people and it was thought ohat Judge Minor might sutTer by comparison should ho fall below the high standard sot by Judge llendeiSJii But ho has mure than met all emergencies lie had to deal with a very docket but he has handled It so systoniaUoully and energotleuUy that the business Is up to Mine ul though to do that probably more than six hundred cases had to be disposed of since September 1st Ho has Introduced now rules for ox peril t Ing eotirt business and hotter business prin ciples into tho departments connected with the court In brief ho has made a thoroughly pru dent and able Judge and has now tho high rospoct oT bar and people here ESTATE Following are the real estate transfers December O IMO W A Uolilns and wife M C Hodge lots 7 ami 8 hloik 10 Mountain View J iSuowcioltund wife lo Seowcroft part ot lot block 10 plat K Karr and wife to Jenkins part of lot 3 block 10 plat U l ArmsUoiiK and wlfo to Mrs H A Lvwis lets I to block I Uuivfrsity Place Will R Swan to W C Uoby lots 11 to M inchirtlvo block Kl University A and ivifo to L H lots 1 toI block 10 Mountain Viuwadditiun for 150 200 1 700 THE PEKMIXS Following are the building permits Cor tho work muling December lii 1800 rruudtU one aud onohulf story frame risidonuo north side of Jwentyllltli Jones repair frame building side of Adams lOthJ tbnvstory brick livory stable south side of T wanly J Henry onestory frame rosidenoo south side of Thirty J IJallantyna onustory frame barn north side of IJioomhfT one and onehalf story framo barn north side of Seventeenth between Adams and Julfor C P Ihitihinson twostiry narohouso fiiat side of G 11 Lireeuwoll briok residence corner of Twentyseventh and Wall 60 100 800 POINTS AJTD Minor will leave today to spend the holidays at bis former home at Michigan Ho will be away until about January v Tlie library programme to be given at the Grand Opera Houso January being pushed with great energy by Mr Voery who has it in charge THK TRIHITNK torrospondent was by ont of the builders of House that it will be corripletodin time for the announced opening by Emma on Deccember TioUfits ou sulo row for the opening Tho Montana Kid ami Dotupsey will meet in a tenround glove watch on Tuesday ulght attho Dempsoy is to knock the Kid out in ten rounds ov forfeitUbe gate money Mr E M Corroll of the CwnmCFCial left lat night over tho Rio Grande for his former homo at Hebron Ne braska where his family still is Mrs Cor rell lias been running the Johffial there tho paper Mr Cor Fell manured for many years success since ho cutae to Ogdon and has done well with it The once deemed so indispensable buyu given place to milder and more skillfully prepared iaxiiUvus hence the great and growing dpmand for Ayors Pills1 Phyaiciane everywhere recommend them Tor ostivenesB indigestion Jind iver complaints THE PAST WEEK AT PARK CITY ORK AXI PRODUCT AND DJKVJKDOPMKNT WOKK DOING Suit TvftkmK VlHltliiff tho Cen tral mcnt tuid million shipments Thirtyfive bars Ontario cixs HocwivocJ at Mackintosh sampler for the week endhiK Dec 12 Ibs OnuiriO oro Ifos Duly ore ILiS Anchor conconr rates Crosfiont company arc taking ad vatitago of flno woathcr and are send ing to the concentrator over 100 tons of ore daily Tho Crescent Mayflower Sliver KinK Union conccn LratoV and Mackin tosh sampler pay days this week Mr Jerry M Richardson tho Crescent leaser has considerable first arid second class ore on hand which will be sen r down for shipment during tho coming weok Work on driving tlio Ontario drain tunnel will bo commenced tho first of next week OKVKIjOrMBNT Although of lute there has been nothing very stirring n mining news it IK a note worthy fact that more development work is being done at present than during any pre vious tlmo In the history of tho camp All purtleft hoidiiitf claims have completed or int about completing their assessment work for and the coming year will be even a more prosperous orio for Park City than the y resent one hus been AT US Messrs N Trewoek 7 P Gorlinskl Stu art Stephcnson James McGregor Charles Brooks OOOPBO Hurtori and E W Koober of Salt Lake City and who are all inter ested in some of our minus were visitors hero Lhla week OhtflCUAL The City Council will hold a rofcnlar mooting at tho City Hall ou Wednesday oven Ing next he business at the Police J uaticos court this week consisted of ftrily one drunk and the was fined Thr stores have all put on a holiday ap pearance and are replete with everything to satisfy the most fastidious vasto M S new addition his estab lishment will opened to tin public during the oomhiK week UJJAH C UN Til A Tho prude on the Utah Central between Park City and Moons Mill has boon com pleted and over three miles of track have been laid If tho Rood weather continues tho whole line will bo finished and trains running at an early day KCIIOOr MKKTINO Dont fall to attend the school meeting on Thursday next as It Is to bo a Impor tant one to the taxpayers Tho special tax for Uifl comiriK your will bo lovlod at this and It buhouvusi cvoryono inter ostud to present and tako part in tho proceedings A failure to dp so should dobur them from complaining in tho future AMUSKMI5KTS Mlfarts of Oak company a perform juico at tlie Opura Mouse on Wed nesday last to rather a SMI allslued uudi eruKi The porfonnanco was very good ai Umos and at others rather indilloront Clevelands Colored Minstrel Troupe will give fin entertainment at tho Opera Mouse on Tuesday night and as thoir previous performances hero have always given com plete satisfaction there is no doubt but that they will bo liberally patronized on the coming occasion SALT Tho following Salt Lakers wore here till week and wore registered at tho Park City Hotel Joseph GorllriskI Stuart Stephen ion T G Goldman George Burton Ietoi I A Leonard Miss F Sharp T W Whltely W M Kayley John A Barker David W Jrmus and wife J W Thomus Charles P Brooks Louis James Sued 7 McGregor 1C W Koebof J Tho jiuiH K E Tloughton Prof T T Sehoonoro W H Mrs Simon 1AiiK CITY Oooomber 13 1800 at Payson EIMTOII On tho 12th instant there was n Hugraising ut Payson tunic much good feeling and oclat The flag was by tho Indies of tho four load churches of Louisville to the Presby terian Aiudmny at and it Is u bounty sixteen foot long and bearing forty four stars Tho Silver Band opened the ceremonies In the presence of a largo u ttmdanuo M A lloyt called order and Miss Illdlth Whiunor rocitod a poem on the Hag and made the presentation speech which was responded to by Master Simon In u speech of acceptance Then oamo a history of tho lag by Miss Lylo Wi minor ind Mm oration of tho day by J W N Miss Kittle Dougall of Sprlng vllle sang The Rod White and and short addresses by Mayor and others followed It was ono of tho most pleasant ovontH Puyson ever witnessed PAYSON Doc IX ISOO A Husbands Mistako Husbands too permit wlvos aiul piironts their to sillier from nijunilgid Ills iiurvoiittness when hv Uui imo of Dr Miles UustonUive Norviao such Strlotis msults could provtMitud Drim Kists say it pivof universal satisfac tion nwl has u n inunonso sulo Woodworth it oT Krirt AYnyni Inch Snow it of Syrn oiiso N 1 C Wolf Hillsdulo and hundreds of others siiy it is tho soljur thoy ovor H contains no opiates Trial boiMiis mid Him book on Nurvous Discuses froo ut Roberts A NoldonM Lisfiig World Dispensary 400 Geary Street San Francisco Cal or ALL V CHROHiG DISEASES KAK SURGICAL OPERATIONS DeformitieSj Malforjua tioiis International Surgical Institute PKKOllMmW TBUiWKS Hot AppiirtUiisaiitl Rcmcdiiis for Sucomsfiil Treat ntontof Kvury Forai of Dlscuso Kcqiiirlux ilcdioiU or Stirslcul WKITK VOU ON HKf IKMITira AND KASKS OK MM AND WiHtKN Only Knllublo Mcdioal InstUnlo on tho Const XUklng A Specialty of PRIVATE AND SPECIAL DISEASES Uraneh Kanvu Clly City Siattlm unrt will Iuellle qiiRrttrly threi THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY BEECHAMS PILLS lTor Bilious ant Nervous Wcath GuboR told for 25 Cents ALL SMILES SWEET atthe thought own loveli ness Everj woman smiles swettljwho usesWisdoms Ro bertine for it gives to her a clear trans parent bea u t i f u1 skm A beautiful complexion alone is often sufficient to make a woman woman a beautiful coraplexiou should preserve it the one in possessio n shpuld e T tine does just what is claimed for Jt It preserves and beau thecomplexion but doiiev by useof the many dangerous com pounds now in the market by its tonic re atorinK the skin to a natural healthy Read uic testimonials from fatnoiu brated cbcmuttt and emiucn Have you used SOAP THE COCOA OF PURE CHEAP Digestmle Stimulating Nourishing Plaving a peculiarly delicious food and drink a half cent a cup and fit for a prince BEST GOES ITOUTRNS COCOA trieil was and putuntod and In itiudo In Jtolliuid It is acknowledged by tho most eminent doctors and inulyHta thitt by tlio Mpuclul tfcitttncut VAN HocriKNs COCOA has undergone tho HohiliHity f tliu ncMiitVtriiiin coaNClCiiuut In liicraiiNed fifty per wliilo tho wholo of tho fibroH are aoftenod and rondorodmore piilatablo and digestible Litreost sulo in tho Aulc for VAN HOOTENB ami tube 110 57 of pure Cod Liver OH with Hypo phosphltoa of Lime and Soda la almost as palatable as milk Children enjoy ft rather than otherwise A MARVELLOUS FLESH PRODUCER It la and the little lads and lasstesiwho take cold easily may be fortified against a cough that prove serious by taking Scotts Emulsion after their meals during the winter season Jieivura of and Itnltntionn FifLy years of success Is sufficient wMonco of tho vahio of Schoncka rulmonic Syrup as v CTiro Ibv Consumption Coughs Ookls Hoarse ness SoroTliront It contains is pluiisant to tho tasto For Sale by all Uruggfsts PrJoo per bottlo Dr Schoncks Book on Consumption and Its Curo mailed free Address Dr T E Schenck Sbr Philadelphi SOCIETIES CST SONS OF ST GEORGE MEKT SECOND and at Temple of jlonor Hull at m J5uslishinon invHed to join w F CLARK W A t KNIGHTS OF C OS K OF Reg ular Convoutions every Monday evening at K00 p in Castle IClks Club building Sojourning Knights cordially invited to attend 1SH1L IvLlPPLE C Q OCR Y MOUNTAIN LODGE NO 3 K OF Meets Thursday oveuiiig at p iu Castle Club building Second South bet Main and East Members of the order are cordially invited to attend REllIiMAN C C VV W PiuiLirs K of R A S MYRTLE LODGE NO 1 K of Regular Conventions every Tuesday p Castle Hall Ulksplub building Sojourn ing Kuijrhts cordialJyiuvited to atteua MILLER C a J L LUCAS K of ANCIENT FORESTERS CuRpRIDTAIl NO 7257 Meets on tho firstand thiid Wednesday of each month at A 0 VV llall S W Temple St Visiting Brothers madowelcomo GEO W ARHMOR a B C H SPXKCXB F O Boi 1056 PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF Washington Canfp O S of meets every Friday evening at in Templo of Monor Hall cor Main and 1st South sis So journing Sons are cordiallyinvited to ittondL President A S BAKBKTT Reoordiric Secretary MASONS U4 I KNIGHTS Templar Stated Conclaves held at Ma sonic Hall on thcfirstThursday of each month at 7 oclock Visiting Sir Knights arc courteously invited to M GRANT E a PniLir BRIOQB Recorder WASATGH 1 A F A A M Regular Communications held at the Ma sonic Hall the of each month Members of sister sojourning brethren7 iii c6od standing are cordially invited to attend W M J A RGENTA LODGE NO A F cfc A M Stated Cominuiiicatiooa held at Masonic Hall the first Tuesday in each month Members of sister Lodges and sojourning brethren in good standing are cordially invited to attend v C w XL M C PHILLTPB MT MORI AH LODGE NO 1 A F AJ M Regular Coramuuicationsheld at Masonic Hall East Temple the second Monday o each month Membersofsister Lodges and so lourningbrethren inigood standing are cordially Invited to attend R ConvocationhQlddn 8 Sojourn to KIDNRY AND ALL URINARY TROUBLE quickly and safely cured by Severest cases cured in seven days Sold at per box nil druggists or by mail from DncuU Mfg 112 White N Y Full directions s For Sale Three Hundred Thousand of Five 5 Per Cent Salt Lake City Bonds For Sale Notice Is hereby given thai on the 15th day o January A JD iMl at the office of the Guv Treasurer of Salt Lake City thre hundred bonds of said city will bo sold to tho hifjhest bidder or bidders for cash Said bonds are of tin denomination of payable twenty years after date but Mibject to redemp tion any time after January ly 1001 at tho option of said city Those bonds will bmir interest from January 1 180t until paid the interest being payable on tho llrst day of January and the lirst of J ulyeach year Bids will be received by me for the purchase of said bonds or any part thereof troiii the 15th day of December 1800 until 10 oclock a in on the ISth day of January 181H The rijjht to reject any and allbids is hereby reserved in behalf of the city Value of bond at date of sale with ac crued interest will be By order of the City city JOSEPH B SALT LAIO CITY Dec 3 1890 p printed stolvsmcnt of the financial conditionof the be furnished desiring with tho view of biddingupon the above bonds Apply for same at Treasurers office Room 7 City Hall building n7ft2 JOSEPH B WALDHK City Treasurer PROBATE COURT NOTICES IEGAL PROBATE J Court in and for SaltLake County Terri tory of tho matter of thoestoteof Kilward Oriborno of time and ihc hearing of Petition for Admis sion to Probate of Will Pursuant to an order of siiicl Court in said matter notice hereby given that Tuesday the 23rd day oJ December A D ISM at 10 at the County Court House in Salt LiikoCity UtahTerritory in the court room of said Court has been appointed the time and place for the hearing of a peti tion of Ann Osborne praying for the ad mission to probatq af a certain document there with presented purporting to be tho last will and testament of Edward Osborne de ceased when and whore all persons interested may apixsur andoppose the probate of said will or of letters testamentary to Ann Osborne as prayed for in petition In witness whereof J have hereunto set my hand and affixed tlie seal of said Court this 8th day of December 1890 C E ALLEN 4 Clerk of the Probate Court IN THE PBOBATB COURT COUNTY of Salt LakO Territory of the mutter of the Estate of James Robbins Order to show causo why order of sale of min ing property should not be G Ray others the executors of the estate of James Robhins deceased having petition herein duly verified praying for sui order of sale of tho mining property therein described of said decedont for the purposes therein sot forth it is therefore ordered by tho Judge of said Court that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased appear before tho said ProbatefCourton Monday the U2d dayof De cember 1890 at 10 oclock in the forenoon said day at the Court Room of paid Probate Court at the CountyCourt House in the City of Salt Lake Utah Territory to show causo why an order should hot be granted to tho said executors to sell so much tho mining property described in said petition of the said deceased at private sale as shall be necessary and that a copy of this order bo published at least nine successive weoksin the Salt Lake Daily IhraM and LAKE DAILY TniBUKWi newspapers printed and published in said City and October iSth 1S90t G W irobafo Attest 13 ALLEN Clerk by C E Deputy m77l N OTICE ADMINISTRATORS SALE OF real is hereby given that in pursuance of an orderof the Probate Court of the county of Salt Lake Territory ofUtah made on the 9th day of the matter of the estate of William deceased the undersignedwillsell at private sale high est for cash in lawful money of the and subject con firmation by said court onor after Friday the 27th day of December A D all the right title interest claim property and estate of the said William Diegan deceased at the time of his death or which said estate has since acquired by operation of law orothcrwiserin and to the following named mines and mining claims situated in Wfst Mountain Mining District Slt Lake county UtahTerritory The Tipper ary Boy The Silver Comstock The Irish Aimer ican The Bargain The Parnell and The Kili kenney lodes and mining claims Bids or offers may be made at any time after the first publication of this notice and before the making of tho sale All bids or offers must be in writing and left at the pfiice of Clarence W Hall room No 2 No 218 South East Temple street Salt Lake City Utah Territory or with the undersigned at No 301 East First South street Salt Lake Utali Territory Each bid must be accompanied with n cash denosit or a certified chock for ten per cent of the price bid DENNIS Administrator of the estate of William Diegan deceased Dated December 10th A D 1890 Attorney for Estate XTOTICE TO ESTATE OF deceased is hereby given by the executors of the estate of Matilda J C McCarger deceased to the creditors of and all persons having claims against thesaid deceased to exhibit themv with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this iiotice to executrix at No 231 South Third East slrcet Salt Lake City JANE JONES ALEXANDER MOSES Executors of the estate of Matilda J C McGarger Date of Dec 1890 TTNION MININGCOMPANY OFFICE AND Uprincipal place of SaltLake Cityr TJtjih a meeting of the directors heid 6thdiiyofDecember 1800 oflice of the of the Coin ono cen rshare levied on 6r the lOLh day pahy at SOAVest SecondStnith City shall the 10th dayof at public will bc Witb costsof f Ofllcc 231 South WANING NOTICES THERE WILL BE A MEETING of the Board of Directors of the Maxfield Mining Company at the office of Ttaskiu A Van Home 172 S Main street p m on Monday the 22nd day of December 1S90 G YAK HORNR Secretary DELINQUENT STOCK 11IG Camas Gold Mining Company principal place of business Salt Lake City Utah location of mines Doniphant Logan county Idaho is delinquent upon the following described stock of said liig Camas Gold Mining Company on account of assessment No 5 of flvo cents per share levied on tho fifteenth dav of October ISOO the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders as fol lows No of No of Names Shares Cerffs Amount 150 100 John R 300 4i5 John R 125 153 Jos 250 131 And in accordance with law and tho order of the Board of trustees made on tho said Lrth day of October 1890 so many shares of each parcol of stock as may be necessary will be sold at the ofllce of the Secretary of tho Company No 127 W First West street Salt Lake City Utah on the 17th of December 1S90 at 2 oclock p in of such day to pay delinquent assessment thereon together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale EDGAR HOWE Secretary Salt Lake City December u703 APPLICATION FOR NOTICE No States Land Salt Lake City Utah November 2S is hereby given that William J Stricktcv of Hing ham Salt Lake county Utah has made applica tion for a United States Patent for the Monte zuiha Lode mining claim situate iu West Moun tain Mining District Salt Lake county Utah Territory consisting of 1200 linear feet of tho lode and surface ground shown on the plat posted on the ground being lot No 408 and des cribed in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office with magnetic varia tion fit 17 degrees 00 minutes east as follows Commencing alt the discovery of said claim thence N 700 feet to a point in center of northerly end line of claim thence S W 300 feet to post No 1 thence N 13 600 feet to post No 2 thence S E 1200 feet to post No 3 thence S W GOO feot to post No 4 thence N 1200 feet to post No 1 tho place of begin ning survey of exterior boundaries of claim containing an area of 10 53100 acres hereby ap plied for No From post No fc M M No bears N 10 E feet distant The said mining location being of tho oilice of the Recorder of said mining district at Hingham in Salt Lake county Utah the near est known location being the Independence Lode I direct that this notion be published in Tin SALT LAKK DAILY TKIBXINB the newspaper published nearest the said mining claim for the period of sixty days FRANK D 11OMIS T C ItAiLKY Register Attorney for Applicant n633 NOTICK OF HOLE Placer Mining place of business Salt Luke City Salt Lake County Utah is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of said cor poration held at tho oIllco of tho company on the 20th day ofNovember 1S90 an assessment of one 1 ccift per share was levied upon tho capi tal stock of the company payableto the treas urer William Fuller at 110 Main street Salt Lake City on or before the flay of De cember 1890 stock upon which such assess ment shall remain unpaid upon the 3Uth day of December 18W will bo and will be declared delinquent and advertised for at public auction and unless payment is made before will be sold nii Wednesday tlio 2lst day of January 1801 to pay the delinquent assessment together the costs of advertising and expensas of sale My order of tho Board of Directors hbOU W G VAN HORNE Secretary A IMPLICATION FOR rL No States Land Olllce Salt Lake City Utah November 23 is hereby given that Adolph J postotlice address is Salt Lake City Salt Lake County Utah Territory has made application for a United States Patent lode min ing claim situate in West Mountain mining district Salt Lake county Utah Territory con sisting of 1500 linear feot of the lode and sur face ground 600 feet wide being lot No 415 and described in the field notes and plat of tho olllcial survey on file in this office with mag netic variation at 17 deg east as follows Be ginning at the discovery shaft of said Mary whence U S mineral monument bears north deg flniin east feet actual meas urement and running thence south dog west tRO feet to the center of the westerly end line of said claim thence south 8 deg 31 mi n cast 225 feet to post No 1 thence north 8 deg 31 min west 525 feet to post No 2 thence south 85 dcg 10 min east feet to post No 3 thence north 02 deg o7 min east feet to post No 4 thence south 3 deg 31 min east feet topost No 5 thence south 58 deg 51 min west 510 feet 6 thence south 84 deg 4 min west feet to post No 1 the place ofboginning of surface bounds Excluding however from tho arita of said Mary lode for which patent is applied for tho area in conflict with the Parvenu lode lo No 290 described as follows with magnetic va riation at 17 dog east Beginning at a point where the easterly end line of said Mary lode intersects the northerly of sain Parvenu lode and mining claim and running thence along northerly side line south 84 deg west feet to post No 1 of said lot No thence south 0 deg east 200 feet lo post No 3 of said lot 290 thence north 84 deg east along the southerly side line of said lot 290 to where the same intersects the south erly side lino of said Mary lode thence north 58 min west feet along the southerly side linoof said Mary lode to post No 5 of said Mary ode thence north 8 deg 31 min west feet tothe place of beginning containing 222100 icres The area claimed and sought to bo pat on tedis 13 5100 acres The said Mary lode mining of record in thcoflicfl of the Recorder of said raining Hstrict at Bingham in Salt Lake county Utah the nearest known locations being the Tilden No and Parvenu I direct that this notice be pub ished iu the Suit Lake Daily Tribune the news nearest tho said mining claim or the period of sixty days yi75 FRANK D HOBBS Register A1 PPLJCATION FOR No States Land Office Salt Utah November 34th Notice is lereby given that Howcroft whose post address is Salt Lake City Utah and his coclaimants Moses Byrno of IJintab Weber county Utah and Alberiina lleil and Josephine Mesick of Salt Lake City Utah have made ap plication for a United States Patent for the iTairview Placer mining claim situate in Hot Mining District Salt Lake county Utah Territory consisting of the following described Dlacer mining grou nd and s n r f ace groun d shown on the plat on the ground being lot No 13 and described in the fieldnotes and plat of the official survey on filein this oflioe with nagnecic variation at 16 deg 35 min east as Jol ows Commencing at post ofsaid phicer thence south 33 deg 39 min west OUO feet o post No 3 thence north deg 18 min west to post No 3 thence north 33 deg 39 nin east 000 feet to post No 4 thence south 50 leg iS min east 1500 feet to post No 1 the place of beginning of survey of the claim containing in area of acres applied for No conflicts From post No 1 tlie quarter sectioncorner Between sections 19 and 1 north 1 east bears south 71 cleg 54 mm cast 606 fijotdistant arid from post No 4 tlie cornet to sections 19 and 30 township 1 north range 1 east vndsections 24 and 1 north range 1 south 37 deg 50 min west feet listaiu And you MarkC Meagher whci filer D S No AprilS 890 for thesouth west quarter of section 10 township 1 1 cast take notice that yon are hereby specially of aid and any objectionsyou may visli to present why the same shouki not be carried to patent must be filed in this office dur ng the period of publication hereof Tile said raininglocation being of record in theoffice of he Recorder of said mining Lake Jity in Salt Lake Utah There are no locations near this claim I direct that thisnotice be published in THE DAILY TRIUONE the newspaper lUblished nearest the said mining eriodof sixty days HOBBS Register T BAILEY AUy for applicant A PPL1CATION FOR PATENT NOTICE 1917 United States Land OfTice Salt ake City Utah October 15th Notice is given that Andrew Gcbbardt whose post is Salt Lake Lake County Utah Territory has made application ora United States Patent for the Tilden No V raining claim situate in West Moon tain ngi district Salt Lake county Utah Territory onsisting cf 1500 linear feet of the lode and urface ground OdO feet wido being lot No 404 nd described in the field notes and plat of the Qicial survey on file in this office with magnetic ariation at 17 degrees yast as follows Com mencing at the discoveryof said Tilden No 2 running thence N 48 dg 30 W J21 3451000 feet to Post No 1 tlieiice S 02 30 mia W 1500 feet to Post No 2 thence S 48 30 mill E 69100 font to Post No 3 hence dg 30 min E 1500 feet to Post No N min VV 642 09100 feet to said Post No the place of beginningof nrfncc bounds containing 20 OG100 acrescx ludiug however from this pplication the area in conflict with the Parvenu odevlot No 200 07100 acres already ppJied for patent Area claimed and sought tto o paten ted 17 69100 acres From Post States Mineral ilonument No 9 in aid mining S 75 dg 58 mm W feet distant said mining claim being of record in the ffioebf the Recorder of said mining district at Jingham in Salt Lake County Utah The earest known locations being Tilden and r I thut this notice be published in the the newspaper ublished nearest the said mining claim lor the FRANK D DOBBS V Register fn6Q7 I will 12 January JoV the whole part pi 153 Territorial bonds JO io 281 eaclvforSlOOO running eniiamiually tax able 1i j ot by S Min Jt BOttV ARv CAPITAL AMERICAN MUGHAL to tlio Bank of Salt SALT LARB CITY iJTAH D1KKCTOKS JAMES H BACON President F L HOLLAS O H M JUDGE J W JUDD W B HOLLAND Asst TV JUDGJ3C F LOOF1JOOROW SKCKKTAUY KLIJAli SELLS M T GR S1W ROSS GOVEUNOU A L THOMAS IMJAKVIS JUDGE D D TUNKICLIFP TnEAstnor DKPARTMENT OrFicK or COMTTKOLLKK or THK WASHINGTON October 7th f WHETvrAB by satisfactory evMoneo presented to the undersigned it has been made to appeat that XHo AmVricun National liivnk of Salt tho City of Salt Lake In County of Salt Lake and Territory of Utah has complied with all the provisions of tho the United States required to bo complied with an association shall be authorized to com KllCM rtf IV 1 1 CT ana 01 uin ucvisiu 01 me umiiru amius j 1 in testimony whereof witness my hand and peal of office this 7th oi October ISOO 1432 KS LACEY Comptroller of tho Currency MO 49 K1A5N STREET SALT LAKE CITY 5 PER CKNT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS CAPITAL iwcownls of corporations Firms arid InvividuAls Correspondonee KNOX President L C KAKR1CK VicePresidout J A Pwnk Knox L C Karrict J A Goo A Lowe Eiaaniiol Kahn Jadgo J H L A F Mulloy GS CAPITAL Fulljr SUCCESSORS TO WALKER BROTHERS Bfi ESTABLISHED UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Transacts a Gcncml BanSdag SAFE DEPOSIT VAlJlLTS F1BK AND PROOF KouU Iruux to S25 R WALIER I J PreiTdet H H W1LKEK L n F VicelrMlrtent ixit Ctuhton R WALKEK Asst Iwier PRASCIS President l E CmiMiNos 1J W AI and 24 South Str out CAPITAL PAID UP V General Banking business per cent interest paid on BOS its comDouaaed 4 times vcar CAPITAL SURPLUS DJTOECTOTIB F H Auorbach John J Daly O J Moylnu C Fox H Dyer Thomas Marshall W P Noble George M Dow ney John W Donnellan Commercial Miona Bank OJF SALT CITX In 11 E Irf South St low tod A U General Banking iu all Branches Issues Certificates ol Deposit payable on de mand bearing interest if left a specified time Soils Drafts and of Exchange on all princi pal citieu in tho United States George M Dnwncy President W P Noble VloePresidcmt Thomas ManUjalJ 2nd ViocPreflidtuit John Donmllun Cashier T R JONES T R JOBTES SALT LAKE CITY TJTAH Transact General Bauking Business in all its brjinches Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Ex change Careful attention given to collections wnd remittances made ou day of payment Bonds and storJs bought vod sold on commission Long Jonns fcjHde oo city real estate at low of in terest Special attention given to tho of ores and mjlUcn of which consignment nre so licited Axlvaucea made on ores base bullion gold and silver bars shipped for refining San J B Colgate A Omaha National Bank liank of California First Bank German Bank US OFFJCK 1841 THE OLDEST A3O R C DUN CO THE MERCANTILE AGENCY GEO OSMO2STD Gpnoral Manager IDAHO in Progress tnildine Lake City BANK OF COMMERCE Opera Jlonse Block Salt Lake City Utah Transacts a Business Open daily from 10 to 3 p m Saturdajs from 10 a m to 0 p m Five per cent interest paid on deposits DIRECTORS BOYD President S F WALKER MclNTTRX GEO L F KTTLLAX W Wi VicePresident S H Assistant Cashier J B FABLOW C L HANXAMAX WM J HAUVET E BANKINQ BEPAJRTMEN T COMPANY rld p UplUI torpid SIMM 68 W Secoiil Sptl StoetSall Uit city Eeceives Tiiina Deposiis at irate of FiTe pet cent per Tniv Company ii antbonzed to act as or XdminiiitrfctQr and Executor andto transact Bua Tbii Coinpany i Abstracts of Its for Insurance cost attoTTjeys ll Kenieniber a U y Capi S Hills Banker K4 i Banker Arthur el Utah Mi It Sanders LAKK OTAH EBT AB3VISHED 1373 ELLS FARGO 11 BANK Salt take XTtali Buys and sells Kxchancc innkcs Tolejmxnhio TninslVrs on ili1 princijn olJUs of tlio United ami and on all points of tbfi Pacific Const Issues KUrrs of orodit available in tho principal of world Special attention iivin selling of Ores and Bullion Ad vancis made on Consininents at Lovvftst Particular attention jiivoii colloclion throughout Utah Nevada and adjoining Territories Accounts solicited t s Fnrpo A WtllS FilTRO A Maverick First National First Nalionnl Merchants National Uanlc KojUiuenK Savings Bank Wells Fargo A York Boston San Francisco j E Asrent PACIFIC STATES Savings Loan and Building Francisco Califoruia SPECIAL AGENT P O Box 7 JOHN C ROBINSON Office t E 2nd South Salt lake Citf OGMMMffACiMr A HIGH SCHOOL prepares boys for College Scientific Schools and Business Firstclass location thorough of study Stcretaiy OaDEM CITY UTAH The Great Enelfih A successful Medicine uked over 30 in of SpermatoiTrhea Wealctutisx JCtnissiont Impotence and all dineAget caused br indiscretion or overexertion Six packages Gvwanitcd to Curt when all other t Fail Ask your Druggist for KnlUk Prescription takeno substitute Six by matt Write for Pamphlet Address Kureka Chemical A 0 Smith Druggist SfiJt Lake City Utah Big Is acknowIcdRe4 the leading remedy lot A The BAIO remedy for J oroncrlbe it andfeel safe in recom mending to all Buflerers A J STOKER M i PKCATUR by PRICK SCOXX Ore and Bullion Buyers Sandy Sampling Works Sandy Utah Established in ORES SAWIPLED AND 8OLD To tbo highest bidder Satisfaction guaranteed ConsigJirnenls solicited 218 opjxsite the PostolTie Salt Laike City BISHOP Main Salt OtT Utmlfc 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