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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE DAILY LAKE CITY TTTAH STOTOAY DECEMBER 21 1890 AND WEALTH GLEANER THE PERFECTION OF COOPERATIVE INSTITUTIONS AUTHORIZED CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL JANES W CLARKE President W P CARUTHERS VicePresident AMERICAN DAVID SATRES Secretary THE HOME PRODUCER C J EASTMAN Manager JABEZ NORMAN Attorney ToCAuiRAHCHSALT LAKE CITY T A DAVIS President W J HARVEY VicePresident L H BREEZE Secretary McCORNlCK Treasurer R D WINTERS Attorney J M CRABBE Insurance SALT LAKE ABSTRACT TITLE GUARANTEE TRUST Abstractors BOARD OF APPRAISERS E F JONES E W SENIOR WHITE ULMER J M BREEZE T W WHITLEY T A DAVIS F G HEATH J G JACOBS A J DUTTON C S WTLKES MARTIN SCHMIDT SALT LAKE CITY PAYSON SANDY LEHI SANTAQUIN NEPHI MANTI AND ALL OTHER IMPORTANT TOWNS IN UTAH HAVE IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES WSTH THE COLUMBIA i rvf iul t ill DfOSDOrlty than Iinp ICiUiy or JIHV U11US in the TufctrMnunUIn rountry is marked hy no greater factor indicative of rapid advancement 1 r nan Aviation in the of its speaks IcmdSr than words for tho equity of the plan Note the salient points u laboring mans one share earns as much in proportion as VpFIR dawn o frjatuns All profits divided eqimlly among tho stockholders semiannually rnprnsontativo mon throughout tho Territory Th HUnflslimfstrlod linanriaHy loslad and p rnnmlnontly snccessfula living witness to tho beneficence of modern cooperation If contemplate Joining any Association the plan of The Columbia which eliminates all inequitable attributes of existing Associations paid in by Utah record perinonth for seventytwo 5i House months will earn you 00 cash per month for seventytwo months will mafce you the owner of Tr JA 131 3ST tfi chango f time TUB TitiBHNU will be sent to in Ogumi the tinill which will reach them evoh curlier thai y of Ocdcn can hnviT their hy cxpnsh lit the dopot or through the lostolUcc up imvn Tho of th rut tnoUmiN Tint followliiK atrlotCourt tu law and was Ltimhor Company vs J I buUl yun Judgmcint hy dofimlt First NaMonal BiinU of Jhnyonno vs W 1 lisim U Swan ot jnrtgniont by flcfault Kriuik J ot al vs tho Short Lino Railway ot disnilssofl phi in tins1 costs K J et al vs Hour Lako nnl fllvor Wator works and IrrlKitlon Oorn puny at coats Hriitff Stiitcs vs Arnold cliiirpicfl wltti unlawful cobabitation post ploiulod and KH vo bond of to Hnlted HtatJis VH Arnold GoodllfFo In dlctrrunt for unlawful cohabitation ar ralKnod aind ploadod not guilty and gave bond of to Hupoar K VV Clark vs Anny TT irarvoy ot JudRtnout for plaintlfT and oosLs lirtomi days stay of execution John H Lattiiirn vs William J Hill plaintiff grunted pormlsslon to OlO an arnondod oomplftlnt within ton flays on pay nmnt of ooxts of this court Uufendunt ox T T Koolos Lumbor Company vs J vjin return on citation to wltnossns to np pflnr continued until Saturday Dflcembur 2Tti John Plerson Nolson st stay of oxonutlon ordered until motion for mw trial Is hoard laiiios AHon et al vs Frank J Cannon et rnforrod back to refcroe to report the H Kasmussen dismissed by oonsont THEY COMB Tho oaao of tho United States vs Arnold as It appours In of tho First Court In this column Is of muni than orditmry Thorn fvro two milts uKitlnst GoodIIfin both fur unlawful or polyg amy The flofomliuit Is a bishop In tho Mormon Ihuroh mid s said to luivo suvon nllogod wlvos He was brought In yesterday anrtpjivo bond In oioh of two oasos la the sum of Ihi took u differnnt oourso from nearly nil pnlygfttulsts arraigned In Mils court slnon thfi manifesto in that he plojidod not guilty It would socm that ho thinks hu in too fltBp to tin usual oourso or dont pro POM to the uafch the otbnr U have takoit and oxpeotn to acoopt his tnodlolno in tho old and regular twnu in tho pon itoiilinry Another rnso of polygamy oamo before K W Cross yrstorrlay aftornoo i TlHMloftMHlnnr was Ohurlnfl S Hall o Box county whoso stoond affinity was jilso aiTtst Sho a bond mul luMifSfUW Uo was only rooontly par doiuul for tho same crimo and lie find it wlirnot help nim out to plead tho mani festo This sooimci feminine with ii hlg jocular flouvUh to Judgo Cross that sho did not havn toll what sho know that sho always ftultd to soo too nmoh whon it on me in hor way and sho oould not bo Qompollod to know much Judging from hor appearance this last re mark was woll put in KEAI ESTATE TRAHSPERS Tho real ostato transfers for Saturday IVtomhor JU ISOO woro as follows K Coltoii itml to A 1HtUMon part lex JO blocKl plat K wlfo to T Ilimiliwr part of t tton 31 north 1 F itutHU and wilV tn O I purl of ami lot S 17 plat T fo Hold mpany pnrt of lot I plivr i II I anil wifi to Hotel part of o Mock IT plat Sinir to Ko HoLol Company part of lot O ik 17 pint K Srlniiin to T Kiiil IOIH in 4 township ranyi1 A I nnd wifo to S Lovay lot H C lots S and fl Oiiiuis A A II flutor to W S Ulark part of sco t i lownslup r north range S 1 to W II section north rantre J wilo to C Alorrls pnrt 1 31 block 10 South Ogdun 3000 V A wifr to Rncd HotelCora i block 17 plat C tK Iv nni wife pnrt of t township 0 north range 100 Total THE Following are the building permits Issued bv the Building Inspector for tho wook ending Peiomber S C Stephens onoMarv rosidcnoo southidfofihiMythinl S S twostory brick north side of Twentyfifth S C twostory brick addition soiith side of T H 15iiilantvne fnitne kitcnon T H Unllantynn twostmy framebarn northcjist Corner of nnd J Reed onestory framr residonco Jeffer son S onestorv frame addition cor ner of Twentyfourth J W onestory Irnme resi dencfsouth sido of H NaiBbitt fnirneresi dence south side KM 200 600 ooO 700 STO 1W3 600 Total JEUSKXOXOUS SERVICES ave nuc near Twentyfiftb stroot Sunday Do ocmber 21st preaching by the pastor at 11 a ni and Sunday school at pi Christian Endeavor p in A cordial welcome to all TRB qoNauuaATroNAL MISSION TroanhlnK by Mrs Tj M Bailoy at 7 p Sunday school at p m Everybody in vited TKB riiERHYvTKiirAN at 11 and p Sabbath school at p rneoilrig at p m AH airs cordially invited Mofjaln pTustJr i Tnu Twenty fourth Washington and Adams liov J 11111 pastor Preaohini by tho pastor at iljja HI subject Throe Links In the Golden 01ab3trioutliiK at 12 Loapuo at p fcouoral prayer anfjiMUnj at p pmiifibiMj by thopastor at p in A aro cordially invited All Tho Wrlfihfc block is J W Hljl has returned from tho i Our TurnVoroln takes piaoo at tho A O II W Hall Dncember ft iKropoited ttioro will bn a wedding of thu region of the Mili tary Aofidomy today County Olork Lodwlrlfjo Issued a marriage lldonso yostordny to Samuel and iMlsa Emma ivirby both of Ploarfiint View for Kiiiina Abbott on Dooombnr when she opntts Grand Opcra liouyo aro now Hold as high as by spooulators Several striking swltohinon wore to bavo boon brought beforo Judgo Cross yesterday on a charge of throwing stoiiiw at tho but the railroad olTlelals iutorcedod and oausecl hhora to bo discharged Nnnrly uli noldH Hlight at first but their bindtmov to AO lower tho system that tho suflnrorhpoomos u ready vloLltn to any prevalent dlsoiiso Tho use of Aycrs Ohorry Iooioral in thn bopinnlngof would guard against Uio diingur NEWSlToUB NEIGHBORS MONTANA MATTERS Tho Noihart Miners a member ship of 170 About was disbursed to tho Red Lodge minors tn November ThoOiimborland mino at Castle has ship ped 800 tons oC oiO this fall Cultary is tho name of a now postofflco renbntly establlshod on the To ton P H Summers is the postuiaator Bacon Commiinner Rencral merchants at wo closed by attachment to the amount of last wook Thomas Dnnahuo a Red Lodge coal minor was badly hurt Monday morninp while at work in tho mines A lot o coal and rook foil from the top of the room in which ho was workinR and struck him on tho hoar and shoulders and bruisod him up badly Tho oomnmndlnK olTlnar at Fort Assln nlbolno has boon diroctod to sonri porRoant Thomas Ross of Company B Infantry undor guard to tho Govommoiit hospital for tho insane Wash ington D 0 HiirliiKOno of his Its recently Moss procured a pistol and shot at the com mfindhiK otMcpr of tho fort but fortunately his aim was bad Just after tho Montana Union train bad passed Silver Row 021 Wednesday afternoon it Htruolc atl unknown man who was walking on the track and throw him Iu the air Tho man who was evidently a tramp was In stantly killed Tie WHS 3R or 40 years old At Stewart on tho return trip the smoker and one pasaonptsr coach of tho same train detached from tho ImRKaRO oar and engine and woie overturned No passoa govss wore A FutJil Mistake rhysinlftns nniko no more fatal mistake than whmi thoy inform pationts that uorvousi honrt from tho sUimaiih and are olllttl uptinc Dr Kranklin Jliloa tho uotod a siieUllst has tho contrary in iVlsiuw hook on Heart which may bo had fnioat Roberts A Nnhlens who Riiaranloe and Dr aMilns initiqualed Now lloart which has thn larpost Bale of any luart romocly in the world It euros nnrt orsanio heart uispaso bnwtn llutter inc pain or tcnrtnrnoss in thn sido arm or shouldor IrrnRiilnr fnintinK smorherinR dmpsy His Restorative Nervine euros head XKVAOA NUGGETS The stock ranges throughout Eastern Nevada aro in excellent condition turning out prime beef The Hope Mining Company at Mill City bus suspended payment and its prop orty atraohcd by some of the creditors At a mooting of tho stockholders of the Mining Company Wednesday by a vote of shares out of shares of capital itock the directors were authorized to form a new corporation to be oallod tho Kentuok Consolidated Mining Company to which all the property of the Keutuck Mining Company shall be donclcd Tho capital stock is to be Increased from its present issue of shares to shares and tho holders of Kentuok stock are to receive throe and oiiehalf sharfls of Kontuok Consolidated stock for each share they now hold Due notice of the distribution of the new stock will given Austin The Oortez mining property Is the roost valuable all things considered in the State While the mines are situated about threequarters of aruilo in Eureka county the mill assay office blacksmith shop three large stables store ajid are some 1400 feet in Lander county There thirty men con stantly employed about the promises ID this oounty and probably seventyfive In the mines Tho employment is steady lasting as long aa the work is performed and the employed desires his position It is conceded that the monthly profits of the Cor to pluot Is In the 000 Hud everything is done on a cash basis For restoring tho color thickening tuo growth and ui if vine the hnir and for preventing baldness Renewer ia unsurpassed A Rock Springs hunting pnrty of five hna roturund from the mountains ten oik six bears 121 jackrabbits one cottontail and a badger pasttwo weeks the has recorded patents for upward of acres of Carbon county coal lands The land Is located in tho eastern part of tho county around Carbon and Hanna Ths Sheridan Enterprise says that the coyotes and wolves are becoming so numer ous and destructive in tho and Twin crook country that tho farmers and stock men have decided to rise on masso to exter minate them Poison does not seom to work fast enough and In order to rid themselves of tho pjsts thoy have organized a raidluK party The outfit will consist ot about a hundred men rnountcdand with all tho clogs they can got will make a complete round up of all that section Rock Sprlncs Independent Wednesday night tbo store of Tim FCInncy Co was en tered through tbo transom ovor tlie rear door and aboutfc50 worth of knives Jfwplry was stolen Several parties started out next morning to bunt for the thloviis Mr T D Ryan found throe sus poctod parties at Wilkins and had them rusted and brought to Rock Springs None1 of tho stolon goods wove found with thum nor has nny trace of them boon found The prisoners waived examination When Baby was sick we gave her Castoria she wag a Child sho cried for Castoria When she became Miss she clung to Castoria When sho had Children sho them Castoria IDAHO INKLINGS Boise Statesman A party of engineers ot tho Seattle llolsoCity Salt Lake railway company woro yostorclay engaged upon a survey of the right of way of the Boiso Cen tral railway in this city llailey Times The funds having been exhausted work on the Malad Consolidated property on tho Gold Belt has been discon tinued until next spring In the moantlmo tho company will probably bo reorganized tho view of securing a more energetic director than tho Grarigervillo FW5 From good authority wo learn that the Lowiston rail road will not be finished beyond Vollmor this year Several largo rock cuts are iinishod and by the way the laborers are quitting lately it seemsas though tho com pany woro about to shut downlor tao wiu tor Boise Stntwman A sad accident which caused the denth of one Valleys prominent young men occurred last Sunday about noon Henry young man twoutytwo years of ago livingin the end of Long Valley comnionly known among his friends as Hank hitched up his team to his sleighto go down to the post office and returning his team becameun managoablo and ran away throwing him out in front of tho sleigh His right foot bnng in the sleigh his bead and shoulders dragging underneath it for about one mile when the toarn was Stopped by Mr Estop and his lifeless body taken from the sleigh llernarkablo Koscue Mrs Michael Curtain FlainfloW makes the ihfttshncaught oold which scttlnd on hor lungs sho was treated tor a month by her family but wowo told bfit cure Her druggist snp Ur Kings New Discovery or Jonsnmp tion shoboujrht abottle and to her dolinht found hersolf bonetttod from dose She continued use and aftou takme ten bottles found hftrsclf sound and well now dofts her own bonsewurk and is as well as sho ever was Froo trial bottles of this Groat JjiscoTory at Sjnith t drug stow large bottles 50c and MITES OGBlfflLITAEYACillf A HIGH GRAPH prepares boys for College Scientific Schpola and Business Firstclass location thorough couraa of study Addregg Secretary OGDKK CITT UTAH PROBATE COURT NOTICES PARTITION IS 1IEREUY that in pursunnco of au order of tho Third District Court of Utah Territory mode on the 16th day of December 1S90 in a par tition suit wherein Michael ilsihouey is pmntifl nnd William Mahoncy Hannah Lynch anjl Daniel Muhonoy William Mahoney Nonib Mahoney and John Mahoney are defendants that ruferces by the snid Court ap pointed to make partition in the property herein after described will on Tnefidny the Oth day of January V D 1S91 at the front entrance of the Wasatch building in Salt Lake City being iho building wherein tho sessions of District Court ire held sell to tlio highest bidder for cash atpuhlic auction at 12 oclock noon of said daj the Tollowingdesuribcd renl estate to wit A part of lot two block Ilftyone plat A Salt Lake City survey and more particularly u scribud as follows IJcRinning at the southwest cornnrof snid lot nnd running thcnco north six tf rods theiicf east ono hundred and twentysix and onehalf feet tbence south six G rodthencrt west one hundred and twentysix and foot to the place of begin ning FRANCIS M BISHOP ELMER E DARL1XG HI It AM J3 BOOTH Ttnlerccs RIO GRANDii WESTERN RAILWAY CURRENT TIME TBLS lo Kfltoct November 1C EAST Mail 4 Atifintlo Arrive Salt LPJWC Salt Arrive Loave Arrive Green Leave Groon Arrive Grand Grand Arrive Glonwpocl Arrive Arrive Arrive Colo Arrive WEST BOUND TRAINS Veterans of the llogue river Tvar of 1855 have mot at and formulated a plan to petition Congress to give them aid Whlttlors birthday was celebrated in the town of Wh litter twelve miles from Los Angeles on tho 17th Great enthusiasm pre vailed The Methodist Episcopal Church AT as crowded ffjAVilliam Jackson n nigbt watchman In awitioiy near fell through an open hatchway into a ferment ing tank jecoiviug injuries from which he Is not expected to recover A number of mirglarles find highway robberies have occurred since the inaugura tion of the cold at Sacramento A Jew nights ago a Mrs Search was garroted by three men and relieved of S16 Eobort a small land owner near Santa Oalw has been arrested for shooting at the wife of a neighbor John Davis with whom he had a difficulty over tho limits of their respective properties At an inquest ori the body of Frederick Kooster at Yreka it was found that death was caused by accidental drowning In stepping down to driukfroru the river he lost his balance and folLinto the current which is very swift at that point It is now said that a contractCprovidjng that the should road troui Portland to Contralia and that the Great Northern should build from Seattle to connect with if at Oentralia was entered into between the roads with trackage priv ileges and although the Union Pacific has ceased work on k its extension tho road will surely be completed ihtheuoar future The steamer Ferndale was burned to the waters edge Monday night off the south shore of Lopez Island In Puget Sound The vessel was ten years old owned by the Captain She had been on the service for several years She was insured for During a se vere gale the great iron chimney was blown down and sparks passed into the house and set fire to the vessel Leave Denver Leave Coin Leave Lenvo Lead Leavn Glen wood Springs Arrive Grand Junction Leave Grand Arrive Green River LeaveGrcen Arrive Leave Arrive Salt Lako Leave Sal ArriveCgden a m a in a in a in in p in 5 10 p m p in OilO p m a m in p No 1 Pacific a iri p m p m p m a m 4 a m ip u m m p m D m p m p m m 5 in am a m in m pV in m nv in LOCAL HALT LAKE XNIOQDXN Suit Lake at a A p m Returning arrive at Salt Lnke a p p m Leave Salt Lake a ra Ruturning Salt Lake p m AMERICAN FOKK PBOVO BrRINOVIUTt ANT MT PLEASANT Leave Salt Lnkc pi ra Returning nrrive O Manauor Gen Pass Utah Central Railway TIME CARD In Effect October 36th 180O Passencer Trains Icavn and nrriye it 1 City and Park City daily as follows SALT LAKE CITY Train 1 leaves Eighth Southand Main St S arrives Salt PARK CITY Train 1 arrives Park City rnilGHT TRAINB Salt Arrive Salt Lako at Mixed train lenvoe Park City Arrives Park City at pn No passengers carried on freight BATKS Between Salt Lake and Park City Between Lake and Park City round J H Youso General Superlniiendent T J MACKiNTOSKi G F and P A tlie Dlgestion rni invigorate the dijiestioxi nnd tho torpid bowels they cleanse the blood and impart vigor to tho bodv Oiu or1 two every night for a will nsuaily bo nil that isTpqnirod For or dyspepsia oho nigDt will in a short timtvetlect an absolute pure arc purely vegetable abso liitolv and safe to take atnnxinmp Sold in every driig and ther plain Allaying equal to me withThrough Trains for M In THE PHOBATE COURT OF THIS COUNTY bfSalt Lnke Territory of tho matter of tho Estate of James Robbins deceased Order to show cause why order siilo of min ing properly should not be G Ray boiild and othors the executors of the estate of Jaines Bobbins rlcceased haviiiR filed their petition heroin duly veriiicd praying for nn order of sale ot thn mining property therein described of said decedent for tho purposes therein sot forth it is therefore ordered by tho Judge of said Court that all persous interested in tho estate of said deceased appear before tho Court on Monday the 22d day of 13e 1890 at 10 oclock in the forenoon of saidday attho Court Room of said Probate Court at the County Court House in tho City and County of Salt Lake Utah Territory to show cause why an order should not be granted to tho said executors to sell so much of the rnininp property described in said petition of tbo said deceased at private sale as shall be necessary and tlnit a copy of thisorder bo published at least nine successive weeks in the Sal tLako Daily JJtrald and THK SALT LAJK TKIBTINK newspapers printed and published m said City PIK couuty Dated October 18tb 1890 G W BARTCH Probate Judfio Attest C K ALLEN Clerk by C E Stan ton Deputy Clerk ADMIN1STBATORS SALE OF real hereby given that m pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of county of Salt Lako Territory of Utah made on the 9th day of December 1890 in the matter of the estate of William Diegan deceased the uudersiRiied will sell at private sale to tbo high est bidder for cash in lawful monoy of the United States of America and subject to con firmation by said court on or after Friday the 27th day of December A D 1890 all the title interest claim property and estate of the said William Diegan deceased at the time of his death or which estate has since acquired by operation oflaw or otherwise in and to named minosnnd mininR claims situated in WestMoiintairi Mining District Salt Jjakrvcounty Utah Territory The Tipper Airy Silver Cornstock Tho Irish Amer Bargain TheParncll and The Kill kenuey lodes aiid mining claims oroffers may be madeat any time after the first publication of this notice and boforo of tho snip bids oroffers must be and left at the office of Clarence W Hall room No 218 South EastTemplo street Salt Lakro Territory or with tho undersigned at so 309 East First South Lake City Utah Territory Each bid must be accompanied with a cash deposit or a certified check for ten per cent of theprice bid DENNIS ihELY Administrator of the estate of William Diegan deceased Dated December 10th A D 1890 CLAKENOE W Attorney for Estate City Bonds For Sals i Three Hundred Thousand Dollars of Five 5 Per Cent Salt Lake City Bonds For Sale KB WILL U K A MEETING of Hoard of Dinmtors of Max field OnmpMuy at tbo otneo of Haskin A Van IT S stivit p m on Monday the 22nd of G VAX 1IORNE SocrotJiry D1 Notice Is hereby given that on tho 15th dny o Jnnuarv A D sit tin of ibe Trensufer of Suit Lake City three luimired bonds of Paid city will sold to the higliesi bidder or bidders for cash Ssihl iw of tlie of payable twenty yonrs after date but subject 10 redemp tion any time after January 1 Ml at tbo j option of said city These bonds will interest from January 1 1S91 pnd the interest bnins payable on tirst lay of January nnd the lirst of July each yoar will bs received by m for tbo purchase of suil bonds or any part thereof from the I5th dny of December 1SOO until 10 oclock n in on the 15th dflv of January 1SSI1 The riirht to any mid allbids is hereby reserved in beluilf of the oity of bondat date of with ac crued interest will bo By order of the City Council of snid city JOSEPH B WALDEN City Treasurer SALT LAKE CITY Dec 3 1890 P printed oilicial statement of thn financial condition of the city will be furnished anv one desirinp information with the view or bidding upon the above bonds Apply for siinw at Treasurers olllco Room 7 City 11 all building j JOSEPH B WALnEJf City Treasurer UTAH NONTAX ABLE BONDS FOR SALE I will receive written bids between 13 oclock noon of December 26 1S90 and 12 oclock noon of Jammry 26 1891 for the whole or any part of 153 Utah Territorial bonds hos 120 to281 each for runnhip 10 20 years interest 5 per cent per annum payable and not taxable for any purpose Bidders can get full particulars of the under signed personnlly or by letter at No 235 S Mam St Salt Lako City BOLIVAR ROBERTS ti577 Territorial Treasurer CITY NOTICES N OTTCE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESS mcnt of local tax for extension of tbo water mrvins on North Temple street from Second West street to Third West street Notice is hereby pivcn that the Assessor and Collector of Salt Lake City has made and com pleted tho list and plat pertaining to a local tax at rate of four mills per square foot levied by the City Council of Salt Lake City December U 1890 upon the following described lots or pieces of namely All of lots 2 and 3 bJock 97 Tots 5 6 7 and 8 block 84 all in plat A Salt Lake City tax being for the extension of tho water mains along tho following des cribed route namely North Temple street from Second West to Third West street Said list and plat have been lodged in the office of the City Recorder No 2 City Hall and will be open for inspection for ft period ot 10 days from and after the 10th day of December 1890 dur ing which time written appeals to tho Ci ty Council for tho correction of the assessment may bo filed with tbo said Recorder in pursuance of tho ordinance in such case provided JOHN L MAY Recorder pro tern Salt Lake City Dec mi MINING NOTICES OT1CE OF HOLE Placer Wining place of business Salt Lake City Salt Luke County Utah is hereby that nieetinfz of the Board of Directors of said cor N NOTICE TO OF Thomas MoLelland deceased Notice is hereby sriven by tho undersigned administrators of tjVe ostnte of ThomasMcLelland deceased to the creditors of and all persons having drums against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after tihe first publication of this notice to the said Edward MoLellund at No 10 East First South Temple street in the city and in tw Bounty of Slt Lake Utah Territory Date of first publication Dec 16 1800 THOMAS MCLELLAND EDWARD MCLELLAND of Estate of Thomas McLelland Deceased N OTICE TO CONTRACTORS OFFICE OF the Board of Public Works Salt Lake City December 19 1890 Sealed proposals will be re ceived until noon Friday January 2 1891 for furnishing material and erecting a wooden highway bridge across the Jordan river on 5tii South street for a wooden high wty bridge across the canal on 1st East street at the intersection of 10th South or Roper street of said bridges to be accord ing to plans and specifications in the City Engi neers office room 17 City Hall No bids will bo considered unless made on forms furnished by the undersigned Address Hoard of Public No 161 South Main street Salt Lake City Utiih The right is reserved to reject any and all bids P W A F DOREMUP City VrvHE FIRM OF H P1NKXJS ffc CO been this mutunlly dissolved Pinkus A Hochhauser will continue the business and pay all claims against said firm D STEIN JOSEPH HOCHHAUSER H PJNKUS Salt Lake City Pec 18 NOTMCE TO OF Matilda J C McCarger is by the undersigned executors of thoestate ofMatilda J C McCarger deceased to of personshaving cluima against the said deceased toexhibit them with thenecessary within ten months after the first publication of this JaneJones executrix at No 231 South Third East SaltfLake City j jw v JANE JONES ALEXANDERMOSES MCCARGER JExecutors of the estateot Matilda J CMcCarger deceased Date of first publication Peg 10 E vSGhoppe 1 A3fD BETAIt COPPJERAND SHET l7 kaTing W 7eitrt elal the 26th day of November 1890 an assessment of ono 1 cent per share was levied upon the capi tal stock of the company payable to tho treas urer William Fuller at 110 Main street Salt Lake City on or before the 29tli clay of De cember 1890 Any stock upon which such assess ment shall remain unpaid upon the 30th day of December 1800 will bo and will be declared delinquent and advertised for nalc at public auction and unless payment is made before will be sold on Wednesday the day of January 1891 to pay the delinquent assessment together with the costs of advertising and expenpss cf sale By cider of the Board of Directors nf9tf W G VAN HORNE Secretary APPLICATION FOR States Land OfuYft Salt Lake City Utah Dec 20 is hereby given that Andrew Gebhnrdt and Myron whose postoflico address is Salt Lake City Sfllt Lake County Utah Territory have made application for a Onitod States for the Jumbo Lode mining claim situate in Wust Mountain Mining Dlsirict Salt Lake county Utah of 13S5 linear feet of the lode surface cronnd 200 feet wide biing lot No jna and in the field notes and plat of 1h official survey on file 5n this ofltee with magnetic variation at 17 degrees 00 minutes east as follows Commencing at post No corner of the claim and running thence S 47 45 min E 200 feet to post No 2 N 43 deg 23 min 1395 feet to post No 3 tlnnoo N 47 deg 200 feet to rost No 4 tbence S 43 deg 23 min W 1305 feet t post No 1 the of beginning of surface containing 6 4051000 Excluding how ercr from this description application the arwi in conflict with the Sacred Jode lot No 01 contain ing 01521000 of an acre Area nnl ap plied for 62531000 acres From pot No 3 United Mineral MonumentNo 5 bears S 6Hdog 20 min E 397 3JO distant The snid mining claim being of record in the office of the Recorder of said mining district at Bingham Cily in Salt Lake county Utah The nearest known locations being the Sacrad Amelia Ele phant and I direct that this notice be published in THE SALT LATTK IIUBUNE the newspaper published nearost the said mining claim for the period of sixty days FRANK HOBBS Jos Attorney for IVIDEND NO OP THE DALY Minim Company Salt Lako City Utah ec IStu Hoard of Directors have de clared a dividend for November ot thirty rjiousani live hundred dollars the samo being twentyfive cents per share upon the oapitat stock of tho Com nauy pavablo Decembor JS004 at tho of lleeof No 125 South Main street Sali City Territory und at iho olllce of tho Treasurer J H Haggin Sau Francisco and at tho oilico of the trans Icr agents Lounslwrv MilU Huilding No In Hroad Street Now York City Transfers close 1RQO R C CHAMBERS President TTN1ON MINING COMPANY OFFICE AND LJ principal place of business Lake City Utah Notice is hereby given that at n meeting of the directors held on ihe rtth day of December ItiflO at tho otlice of the President of tho Com pany nn oi one wnt a share was levied on the capital slock of tbo corporation payable on or before the day of January ISiil to W L Pickard Treasurer of said Com pany West Second South street Salt Lako City Utah Any stock on which this assessment shall remain duo and unpaid on the 10th day of January 1891 will bo delinquent and advertised at public auction and unless payment is before will be sold on the 28th day of January 1891 to pay the delinquent assessment together with costsof advertising and expenses of sale FRANK HOFFMAN Secretary Olllco South Wain Street nS27Salt Lake City APPLICATION FOR No Stales Land Ollicc Salt Lake City Utah November 28 hereby given that William J Strickley of Biug hum Salt Lake county Utah has made applica tion for a United States Patent for tbo Monte xuma Lode mining claim situate in West Moun tain Mining District Salt Lake county Utah consisting of 1200 linear feet of tbo Jode and surface ground shown on the plat posted on tlKi ground being lot No iOSand des cribed in the Held notes and plat of the official purvey on lie in this ofllao with magnetic varia tion at 17 degrees 00 minutes cast as follows Commencing at the discovery of said claim thence N W 700 feet to a point in center ot northerly end line of claim thence S W 300 feet to post No 1 thence N E 000 feet to post No 2 thonco S E 1200 feet to post No 3 thence S W 600 feet to post No 4 thciieo N W 1200 feet to post No T the place of begin ning survey of exterior boundaries or claim containing an area of 16 53100 acres hereby ap plied for No conflicts From post No 2 U S M M No 4 bears N IS E foet distant The snid mining location being of record in office of tho Recorder of said mining district at Biugham in Salt Lake county Utah the near est known location being the Independence Lode J direct that this notice be published in THU LAKE DAILY TninuNE the newspaper published nearest tbo said mining claim for period of sixty days FRAN K B HOBBS T C BAILKY Register Attorney for Applicant n63S 4 PPLICATION FOR No States Land Office Salt Lake City Utah November 21 is hereby given that Adolph J Hauerbaoh postotlice address is Salt Lake City Salt County Utah Territory has made application for a united States Patent for lode min ing claim situate in West Mountain mining district Salt Lako county Utah Territory con sisting of 1500 linear foot of the lode and Bur face ground ftOO fact wide being lot No and described in tho notes and of olllciftl survey on fils in thfs office with rant netic variation at 17 deg east follows Be ginning at ths discovery shaft of Mary lode whence U S mineral monument No 12 beari north 59 deg Omin east feet actual meaii iirement and running thence uouth 86 deg west 480 feet to the center of tbo westerly end lino of said claim thence south 8 deg 31 min east 225 feet to post No 5 thence north 8 deg l min west 52o feet to post No 2 thence south 85 deg 10 min east feel to post No 3 thence north 62 deg 67 min frrit to pout No thence south 8 deg 31 min east 464foet to post No 5 thence south 58 deg 51 min to posi No 0 thence south 84 deg 4 min west feet to post No I the place of beginning ot surface bounds Excluding however from tho aruaof said Alary lode for which patent isapnlied for the area in conflict the Parvenu lodel A No described ns follows with magnetic va rintion HI 17 dg east BfiKinning at A point where the easterly end of saidMary lode intersects the northerly of said Parvenu lode and mining claim and running thence along Baiil northerly sido lim south 84 deg Wf5t feet to post No 1 of No tbence south G deg cant 200 to post No of said lot 290 thence north 84 dog east along the southerly sideline of said lot 200 102 fet to where the same intarsftcls the south erly line of said Mary lode north 58 deg 51 min west 103 feet the southerly line of snid Mary loJe to postNo 6 of said lode tTienccnorth 8 deg 31 min west feet to the place of beginning containing 222100 actcs area claimed and sought to be pat ented is 13 5100 Tho said Mary lode mining claim beingof record in tbisoffice of the Recorder of said mining district at Bingham in Salt Lakft county Utah the nearest known locations being the No 2 and Parvenu 1 direct that this notice be pub lished in the Salt Lake Daily Tribune the news paper published nearest the said mining claim for the period of sixty FRANK D HOBBS RegUtcr PPLJCATION FOR PATENT No States Land Salt Lake City Utah Dec given that Andrew Myron Davis whose postolfice address is Salt Lake CitV Salt Lake county Utah Ter ritory have made application for a United States patent for the Summit Lode mm ing claim situate in West Mountain Mining District Salt Lake Utah Territory con sisting of 1500 linear feet of the Jode nnd surface eround 200 feet wide being Lot No and de scribed in the of the official survey on file in this office with magnetic vana tion at 17 degrees 00 minuteseast as follows Commencing at I a corner of the claim and 88 deg 4 900 feet to post No N 1 deg ft mm feet to post ivo 3 thence N 45 mm W 192 910 feet to post No 4 tbence N 23 deg 47 min 210 feet to post No S 88 deg 4 min W 128 feet to post Ko 6 thence S 1 deg 16 min feet to post No 7thence dec 45 min E 139 WO feet to post No 8 thence S 1 dec said postNo 1 the place of beginning of surface hounds con taiiJing666100acres Excluding from this areas in conflict lotsNosl 91 and 163 respectively contairiing in n 8851000 of an RCTC area Applied for 57751000 acres States Mineral Montiment 26 roiu Jh 36616lQ eaid mining VeingiOf record in office of theKecorder of said minicg diftrictfct City in Salt Dearest joca Sacred Little Top the im Salt Lake Tribune pub PPLICATION FOR States Land Oflloe Lake City Utah November 14th it given that Nepbi Howcroft whose post office address is Salt Utah Moses Byrne oiVUintah Wcbst county Uuih and Albcftina Hesl and Josephine Mesick of Lake City Utah have ap plication fora United States Patent for they Fairview Placer mining claim situate in Springs Mining District Salt Lake county Utah Territory consisting of the following described placer niininggronnd and surface ground on rlie plat posted on the ground beinjflotvNol 43 and described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this magnetic variation at 16 deg 35 mm east lows Commencing at post No 1 of said placer claim tbence south 33 deg 39 to post No 2 thence north i3 deg 18 1500 feet to post No 3 thence north min east 600 feet tc post No 4 thence fouth deg 18 mitu east 1500 feet to post 1 the of Beginning ofsurvey of thocisim an area of acres applied No From post No 1 the between sections 9 and 1 aorthyiH range 1 east hears south11 deg 64 min feet distant and from poit 1ft 1 north mngft and sections 24 and 25 township west bewK south 37 west And you of section notice Avhyl liie carried the the i 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