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OUDEN DAILY COMMERCIAL: SUNDAY. Al'RIL 2C. PI1 AN ONTAIIIOj; f oilility of a Grat Boiiiuza Mining Camp. Mt.i itiL Combs t UxiL M.J ti-k- V FIVE 51 ILLS AWAY. 1h ImjHirtiLt Srrrtt Ii-ir- llrre It fci. le iS It ly a dci '.Ei OW OCT. Lm Out In. c.Ui L tW fawH brljtw it ivtiuiid. item UtUciJ Let r:cs but it d ui b to the vork Q 1 i.tJOCid ttl br;tg Odea Eiy leoj;r.t Mourki't-ajet-- l J n I I fimn tLat aJ tA ! ibt tlit wi tkre t Uw-ii- wi at at tLat prx ettj rkxaii htauj ttVl T1) tfxKH LiueuiM iiva tit $ ktoitua AttM.ua LoU ia Uuaataia VWAtlJitii U0U0 nd euraiw OB Tvvtit t uarUi. aJo Wall Araau iruivrty rwal (alar. nUKGITT. HB.riDTJr.iCIL Real Estate. 39Twenty f irth BU, UTAH. OGDfiX, AV.M. IF YOU DO HALF ITS To go back to the story as it comes in authenticated shape, from the leak that occurred in the bond of secrecy, between the three persons compoting the party of the mining engineer and his two prospectors. They found when high up on the mountain, and looking back toward Huntsville to the east, that the earth lay in large strata of slate, lime and quartz, with a contact formation that could be easily detected by the eye, on account of the lime on the surface producing a white outline on the top of the ground, that could be followed in its belt like course for two or three miles. AGENT. n, HIS EMOTIONS. The mining enginoer was overcome with surprise aud delight, mingled with disappointment the latter for the reason that he had traveled so many miles over the mountains, in his weary search, to at last find what he had long lix)ked for, so close to Park City, the starting point of his long jovrney. Most of the stakes driven by this vicinity party of explorers being in theHill soon of the work upon which they enter, is said to be near a little lake, covering possibiy two or throe acres, in Mill ("reek Addition. South Ogden Heights. I am in the suit you. field for business and can W. B. WEDELL, Over the Postoflice. N. B. Parties having CHEAr prop erties and who want QUICK RETURNS, list them with ME. I have a constant demand for ACREAGE and GOOD BUILDING SITES. W. I. AVEDELL, Over the Postoflice. - il- tub t irt.u,;j.a M. au wiii Hfi ,-. ' V J.W J ".1 fJ s lurt- - ji .j...J r tk i itf Hy. It.Juw. ClU.M-.lt- ) aaij ba.tti in jt. C. trt, 4 FOR PATENT. ISi- -i rTTEt. Stt .:t Laael Ls n Orr a. :t. I' tub. Harrfetta. t 1. i gs.eatjMH hui. t'.Oduertf t ity. I tL ternt.,. . i3 Jau H. hanaa. U tsali LaA ka.wlo,-aiitI I ..m 1 1 lJ an. ti L.ll.fwuf4 u( li, inrj u Notice No. lu.:l I l.Sd:til lull il).lSl rrriuirf. aon.rd.Uf u it. oti.ci! uj ixn J B.il uc U J mH tmi,lf 1'iarw A.i.ui lTtjUy. a.xj,Uri AiJ ..I b:,r. u 1 Trvutt ... t l- -a APPLICATION ..1 MXr 1 . ,4 , Trtr.u t ktiM-- ; tlt A i . ber-t.- ..-- . eiim u. uHa,M .i. be ai d bibt ol tb. I uit jt tai ar tirf ht.Uh-- U.i.uu ia uJ tljirtf w h, utiUra .uf) lati.nd . Aaili.li'.urti lu f. r a - i laaful nu-L- , ,,( 4 11. I'lK-o- ! i?l r llj.trt)-u. ,.1 tiftr-(au- f ,1 .ieo iec n, U i, aud ui I lj.u-t-t-o I a.ap(...,.'.it, . it. .aid ai.J kitHw.nt. Aisi tt.j aud trade t II urea. Hlii.la. on plim Mid prr-aktid UkI O) Ibr Mid V L.u tlay n, en. , J .11.114. A.M. .c.( au) la lt tao alius ..f btiil.tUi OrM'k. CoiiTauiii. .e d Lb .i N. lu.iy r. VihJ. By R .l Ro S. 1 I tab, ...ru.l-- r In, TL al.T ttdf is until Saturday p,.Ti.,i.l Deeeuibef LSh, rlK-i i m. I VarbaL A. By Ivputj I . S. ManLl. Jt. e. i t tk,.,i t brwurjr pnf, tlrf ab,... k.-h- .. uii-w.- tbw4a. t- tl'.)-.,e- i.U-i,u- of li. hiiv Luu-dre- l.yt-llir- r .1.4 t tlvHiui l.ilaji ItU tirtl f ruch y anil aiHiurttiauTM tli-a- . tweiuetili, bYv.iilaUjl.ta tlimuutu tbeu ,,r lum-n- t it bW.'iiig. ir ia iiuja w apirtaiuuia'IU- .r tt uat.1. jo triiff. b.ae.rr. bif bruer t o John A. H 1 j .aid t.g lea t party jle. it, the thir.L .nd uimhi 11m. fta,,iita that - Dinrirt, tuuiity. I tali 1 rrn cnsiMimr of th fuWeum dmntod annum .rruui.d ax.d .urtar. . oarnd iirf.1 Ut .tMl on thai remind, Imi m " ti Held Td-a. is and ; plat ot tb..tJr.al .urtey on tu ia thw utbea. 1 aitliBiaguedctartatuat aiiuutM iWrm. east. a. Ii..ul: i wijwimi.j at il ..lit. I No. i. tlirun, rutatilUK Mrf Ifuluniaj f to 1 N.i theisM. M.util V3U foet lu Pt So 1 to .S, (M '- - to K.t No. 1. tl placa f tm--t tii, i me on. taming 1 xt mc nm uf hiurt..Mi. !, 'be north S ut tbti ( 'T "JN wo" and t tl M ,.f i, rU, .l.ip . of ramrel K, oftbeMalt Ike Meri.1- 0 ' flow ,.t So. 2. U. K. u M L U. 1 fart dl lam. and fr.nn P.t No. . tu .(uarter actk Ci.riier ;4, Tp. a N. k. I W, M id, tr. I' VtcHjrr s(.a.u J it ,t t tll.i-lifr.li- .u 1 ',t i' k-- ur',,tst the said I.' hiu t ixiiMiuy tleiuid a mh! Jeliu 1 bn)li.. et.a) ubi i.t.l.-r- . th aiuount of twel.e pr.xiii.Mir) iKrfea. d ow tiMMi. aud (l.'Hn i. .liar, iu uiil i (kuu 4 the I nn.l Udt-uttea .if Attutira, atdi. and alw. iu like tnau-ue- f I lah, Uivrmtu r 1:1, .forrai.l u a t rt. .itber pruiu-11.14. 1 lvfeet distant. i TbaaUir. .u,t1HueJ uutiJ JJouday. isxir) Uol.-- Hi like )aMil H.incrtaiu ol live liulmlnl liri- - aid Juue 1. at i: oVl.Tk m. being t rworj ia hole a of the dollar, each, .aid M.vwal the oft.ee ofmining priticiial I. r of Kaid H. tlie T. R. MaraUal. niinitif not.1 tM'ttur the sum .if eighteen liniusAud at o;,ieu ity, iu Weber ( By B A. Boa.v, r. !n Uan-baouuty. the near-h dollar of l.iwii aud sitid fmtr known ((.ilrn. I tiib, March i. ltd. fa,Ug the "hUver C'hiT nnen-- t m like gold auu at the rate of a and "Little Harry" mining rUinis. Cfiit. iet annum from .aidi'thda) tif !t-ttiU'r- , I direct that notice km publiahed ia tha A. D., eightwu huudreit and uutd (Mii'.s Daitt ( this uiuety ilyto, uaai-.Ka -ALIAS SUMMONS. paid, ahich aniil i.rtiiuiaMiry bot wtre on the . , lien r.t tha k " I ial newspaper .".in nn r lie day InM aforesaid made, execute! and delivIn the District Court .if tl. Ki. .1 n;. of period aula aaaa tloaaa day.. I), ered Ami company to.aid rki le, t by rf saidOgdeu the trict Term..ry of I tali, U'rbvr County. each of .aid uotea laMiitr restavtivejy by it. T. C. Baillt. Attorue for Apfilicantf11 t a. Bannu-tf-rPlaintiff. t.rni. due and utahie on orU'foretLe first day of April. A D., eighteen huudrtl and ninety. Wyoming Pacific Improve- onMl4di. Aud each of .aid first mentioned nwutl .iinpany acorp.ira-Uou- , MARSHAL'S SALE. twelve pmmisMiry note. Iieiua iu the wonla aud IVfemlaat ami by virtue of an execution latnaj. figur.-- . aud of the following Uuor, that l. to outI nder of the District Court of the Firl Judical The p..le of the Territory of ftah semi Greet say : District, of the Territory uf Utah, dated tl CViPEN. rtah.DecenilM'rfitli. ing in a certain art On or before t be 1st day of April, Wyoming Pacific Inn,riiv,Mi.. iit r..inn.,i, In for 21st day of October. whiTctu the California N annual hank of Ban value received, the tlgdeu flay company, a a cirporatmu, : a Diego, coriHiration are a. t.. pay Johu A. Uoyle, or lou proiiiis. plaintiff, recovered hereby toas - ariu an anion agaitst W. R. Swan A Company aud brought agoiint rini bi tin. 1.1.1. tlll,,l li hill. order, one housaiid (Lu dollars. pnjablH iu Judgment . K. Swan, I K gold coin at the Og.ieu .suite Bank of OgJllilw-ia- l tllf ill tlie lllstru , fourt of the lirl defeiidauta, for the aunt of thirteen liundnM and sixty-fiv- e Histrict of the Territory of l'th. hiJ i..i,n.u..r den. l'tah, with interest at the rate of teu -r and forty-fou- r dollam, and cent. iar aunuin from date hereof, until paid, taxed at thlrty-ou- a therein, vntlni. da tbecinpliiit of the d iy of MTvie- - ..fu r ih taith Ufore and after jiiils'iiient ; and if suit lie and Torty-titdollar. 1 have un yu of th;?- summon instituted for thecoll.tion of tliis note agree li'ii.Kl ujiou the folio lug deacribed property, it erved K,i..in ... if county: or, served out of this conuiy. but in to pay ten per cent, attorney's foe. l,it 1 ami I in bl.srk 1, lot 10 in block I. lot nils i.isinci, wituiu twenty tl:t: otherwise Oopkn ('Lay CoiiPtNV, 24. i st and itbin forty days or iiidginent bv defunlt u ill :i in block 20, lota l,i,S and 4 By hidney htevrua, 1'rea t, in bl.K-- 21. lots 11. 12, 13, 14. IS, 16, 17 b taken at.riiiust uiu. accirdinir t.i the i.r...r.,f John W. McWilliams. Sec y. and II in block :tl. lot. 1, 2, 3 a, 4 m , said compliiint. to 4ii lot And twelve promissory notes being of the folliliK-51, lots 1, 2. 3, 4. , , 7, 1 he said action is hnnu'ht to oiitain the in.l,.. . 10. II, 12. 13. 14 lowing word., ttgermnnd tenor, that is to say: I l and li. in block Iota ro, 4. 3. nieut of this court 1,1, . the defendant fur the r 6, O..PIN, Utah, D.yenil-. 7, . in. 11, 12, 13, 14. 1.'., W. 17. 19, 20, 21. 22, sum of .'ii.2Si with legal interest, liesidoa the On or before the first day of April, A. D. lSd, a. 2H, 27, . :v. 31, 2. ;u, costs of this actinn, which plaint itf allege, to be for value received, f. 37. , st, the Of. leu (lay company, a 3 M and in block due him upon three .veral stated accounts, one corfMiration, promises II, lot 12 and 43 in block to pay John A. Bo le, or Jl. lot. 5. 0. 7. a, . 10. 11 aud 12 In block &2 each betwii'ii you and C. K. Bannister. William order, live hundred 'm ilnllars, in payable in I'. I uiversity Place addition to Ogden City, inalltha . Ileltrirli. All of winch have Ixn atigmd to S.gold coin at Bank of Ogden, titate theOgden of Weber and the plaintilf. l.ir further and fuller part ieulara Utah, with interest at the rate of ten mt cent, (ouuty Territory of Utah, said refertnice is hereby made to tho complaint on tier annum from date hereof, until standiug on the record, of Welxr Utth proierty the paid, name of Will B. Swan. file herein. before aud after judgment, aud if sun Is. insti- county is notice And you are hereby net ified that if rou fail to tuted for the collection neret.y - ven that on Tuesday, tn of this note agree to 2dday of DecemU'r. 1NM0, at 12 o'clock main of and answer the said as alxive ten apiiear complaint pay per ceut. attorney'. fie. that day, front of the ( ounty Court House, repiired, the said plaintiff w ill take judgment (killKN Ci.At Compkt. in the City .if Ogden. County of Weber and Tor t against you for the sum of fctuti.a and By hidney .Stevens. I' res' t, t ritory of I tali. 1 will, in obedience to Mid aud costs of suit. John W. WcWilliatns, Sec y. ion. sell all tlie right, title, interest ami Witness, the Hon. James A. Miner, Ami Whereas, The said Ogden Clay company claim of the d anil defendenta, Judge, and t he seal of the District did thereby promise, aud in the o.,in of to the alaive Court of the First Judicial District, aforesaid did in terms covenant aud agree totrut property, or no much and thereof as maydescribed lie necessary to satisfy tilaiutitl'a iu and for tho Territory of L'tah, with the said John A. well and truly to Boyle, with intereeta thermm anil costa. to SEAL. this Sith day of April, in the year the said promissory note herein before de- judgment, t he highest and Ixt bidder for of our Lord one thousand eight pay cash, lawtu. with all interest that money scribed, together of the United Stat of America. hundred and ninety one, might become due thereon, according to the 11. KUA.S H. MrCu be. Clerk. PAUSOSS, teuor and ell net, and true inteut and meaning V. S Marshal. By L. B. Bknt, Deputy Clerk. of said promissory notes, B. A. Bowman, Deputy V, 8. Marshal. Ogden Hiles and W. C. Love. Attorneys for And Wiikhkah, Said promissory notes have By Ogden, I tab, Notenilier 10, l(eJ. Plaintilf. not. nor has either one of them. nor the interest The aUive sale is postixmed nutil Saturday ou the same nor on either of them ticon paid as Decemlier i;i, Ismii, at 12 o'clock m. promised and covenanted as aforesaid, nor S, Marshal. ALIAS SUMMONS. otherwise, B. A.mwsiAN, Deputy U. S. Marshal, And Whereas, Default has been made bv By In the district court of the First Judicial dis- December Ogden,! tub, aid Ogden Clay company iu payment of all and 2, ls0. trict of the Territory of Utah, Weber county. Alxive sale is iKistHined until Monday, March Edward A. Reed, William Fisher and lfenry every ot said promissory notes and of the inter. K. 11. Parhonh, L, Henderson, plaintiffs, ts. Thomas Bacon and est accrued tin all and every of them and the 2, ls.il, at 12 m. Harriot D. Lewis, defendant. U. S. Marshal. principal of tlie same and o every of them he- Tho people of tho Territory of Ctah send came due on said first day of April. A. D., 1191. By B. A. Bowman. Deputy lT. H. Marshal. And Whereas. It is provided and covenanted Ogden, Utah, Decemlier 13, 1NJ. greeting: lo J nomas Dacon and Harriet I). Lewis, de- and agreed in said diMi of trust in etioct that The above is Mistivineil until Monday. fendants: You are hereby rouuircd to aooear in if default should be made in tho payment of Juno 1, lsai, atsale 12 in. E. 11. Pakshinm, an actum brought against you hv the alxire said promissory notes or either or tliem, on the named plaintilf, in the district court of tho first day when t he same became due ; or of the inter By B. A. Bowman, Deputy TT. S. Mashal''l,' accrue thereon, or any part judicial district of the Territory of Utah, and est that might Ogdon, Utah, March 2, 1SU1. to answer the complaint filed therein within ten thereof, for M days after said internet becomes of or in breach of any of the covecase the days (exclusive of the day of service) of the ser- duo, vice on you of this summons if served within nants contained in said deed then the holder of ALIAS SUMMONS. this county; or if served out of this county, but said notes, or either of them may declare the in this district, within twenty days; otherwise whole sum of principal and intenist due and within forty days or judgment by default will payable immediately ; anil said deed should reIn tho District Conrt of the First Judicial be taken against you, according to the prayer of main in force, and the said party of the second District of Utah Territory, Weber County: said complaint. part, the said Henry C. Bigelow, or his survivor Alice Morgan, Plaintiff, The said action is brought to foreclose a cer- or successor in said trust, should proceed to sell v vs. tain mortgage on certain mortgaged premises said alMive described projierty, or any part Thomas J. Morgan, Defendant. J described in the complaint, which reference is thereof, at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash (either of the parties to said deed be The peoplo of the Territory of Utah send greethereby made; said mortgage was given by Thomas Bacon to seenre the pavment ing at lioerty to nocome purchaser at said sale) ing: of six certain promissory notes of even date anil at the county court house yard of said Weber To Thomas J. Morgan, Defendant. on first in is for notice sum County, of of the tho public giving prayed $1062.50, judgment You are hereby required to appear in an action and the interest on tho same from March 24th, time, terms and place of said sale and the debrought against you by the 190, at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, and scription of the property to bo sold, by adverthe District Court of the First Juphrlntitf, also the interest on $l i6i.50 from the 24th day of tisement in some newspaper, printed in the District of the Territory of Utah, and to language and published iu said Welier dicial Marcn, ifw), ro December trail, lwu, and also for answer the complaint filed therein, within ten the sum of 142.50 and interest on the same from County, at least twenty days before said sale, of the day of service) after the December 13th, 1NM0, at the rate of 10 per cent, and that npon such sale the said party of the days (exclusive on you of this summons if served withservice C. second 10 the said w and on or hole Henry his the Bigelow, part, amount per cent, per annum, this in or, if served out of this County, found duo tor attorneys' foes, as provided for in survivor or successor in said trust as tho case but in ('ounty; District, within twenty days; may be, shall execute and deliver to the pur- otherwisethis said mortgage and notes and costs of suit. within forty days or judgment lhat the usual decree may be made for the chaser thereof a deed of saidpremises (a recital will be taken against you, according by to the sale of said premises or so much as may be nec- wherein of tho requost of the holder of said of said complaint. prayer ho or same to that should the notes, with the they pay proUnited essary costs, by The said action to obtain is the judgStates Marshal of Utah Territory, according to ceed to sell on the giving of said no- ment of this court tobrought dissolve the bonds of matthe law and practice of this court, that the pro- tice by him or his said survivor or successor, ceeds of said sale may be applied in payment of shall be received in all conrta of law or equity, rimony now and heretofore existing between the and defendant, aud that the infant Ida the costs of suit and the marshal's costs and the and be to all intents and purposes as full and plaiutiif Morgan, as mentioned in complaint, be awarded amount found due to the plaintilf, that the said sutlicient proof thereof) and shall receive the to the Plaintiff alleges that she may nave judgment and execution proceeds of such sale, out of which he or his is entitled plaintiff. planumsaid said decree on the ground that the defendant Thomas Bacon for jinv survivor or successor shall first pay thoexpenses defendant to against has willfully neglected to provide the deficiency which may remain after applying all of said trust, including S1.JSO0 dollars or such plaintilf with the necessaries of life, the proceeds of tho sale of said premises prop- 1 sssumas may be reasonable forattorncy's and being able to do common so; but on tho contrary saya erly applicable to the satisfaction of said judg- counsel fees and $200 dollars ascomiiensation to that he will not in the future contribute to her said trustee, or his said survivor or successor, ment. Forfurther and fuller and fuller particulars reference is for his or their services; second to pay tlie support or maintenance. i or further reference is particulars hereby made to the comamount remaining unpaid for principal anil inhereby made to the complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to terest, calculating interest up to the day of plaint on file herein. And yon are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as alxive sale; third, in the event of there being a surpproceeds after satisfying tho terms appear and answer tlie said complaint as above required, the said plaintilf will apply to the lus cf such of said t rust, then to pay such surplus to the required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. ltuess, the Hon. James A. party of tho first part, its legal representatives court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. James A. Miner, Judge, and the seal of or assigns; fourth, in case of a deficiency of Miner. Judge, and the seal of the district court of tho First such proeeeds to state an account, credit the on notes said the District Court of tho First and certify the SEAL. judicial district, in and for the amount paid ; of amount the Judicial of deficiency 21st this Utah District, in and for the Territory day SEAL. Ann Whereas, The whole amount and sum of April, in the year of our Lord Territory of Utah, this 2nd day of April, in the year of our one thousand eight hundred of tho said several promissory notes is now due and unpaid and amounts to tho sum of eighteen Lord one thousand eight hunand ninetv-onthousand dollars, principal and the accrued indred and ninety-onC. H. McClcbb, Clerk. of A. B. C. H. McClcre, Clerk. seventh terest to this D.. L. Clerk. April, 1S91, day Best, By Deputy is the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars. By L. B. Best, Deputy Clerk. H. H. Henderson, Attorney for plaintiffs. And Whereas, The said John A. Boyle, the said party of the third part and holder of said NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. notes has directed the undersigned, Henry C. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Bifelow, as such truetoe as aforesaid, to proNo. 910. No. 887. ceed to sell the premises described in said deed Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah,) Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, ) of trust, in accordance with the power therein j April 21, 1S91. granted. AprU 7, 1891. Notice is hereby given that tho followinir- NOTICE is hereby given that the following Now Therefore. In consideration of tho amed settler has filed notice of his intention to premises and of the power conferred in said named settler has filed notice of his intention make final proof in support of his claim, and deed of trust, notice is hereby given that ., to make final proof iu supixirt of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register Henry C. Bigelow. the trustee aforesaid for the that said proof will be made before Cue Probate and Receiver at Salt Lake City. Utah, on Julu purposes and objects of said trust, and for tho Judge or in his alwence the County Clerk of viz: of the the sums of money Morgan county, Utah, at Morgan City, Utah, on purpose payment John W. Gibson. H. E. No. 7658. for the o' of hereinbefore set out, of will, on Thursday, the May 23d. 1891, viz : Curtis 0. Stoddard. H. E. of and sec 30, tp 7, thirtieth e4, A. of 1)., April, day eighteen hundred No. 6445, dated May 12, ISM, for the E1, of NWM r l, e. and ninety-on- e at eleven o'clock in the forenoon and Wv, of NEI4 Sec. 8, Tp. 5 N, range 2 E, S. L He names the following witnesses to nrove his of the that day, at county court house yard M., Utah. continuous residence npon, and cultivation of, of Weber Ho names the following witnesses to prove his County, Utah Territory, the same besaid land, viz : on the north side of Twenty-fourtresidence upon, and cultivation of, street, continuous tieorge W. Kose, Bent. F. Blavlorlr. Kb ah ing between avenue said Adams and ave Washington land, viz; Shaw, Jr., More Rose, all of Sorth Ogden, nue, in Ogden Weber James Priest. Elislia P. Hardy, of Hooper; Utah Terri County, City, Weber county, Utah. tory, oner for sale and sell at public vendue all Andrew Tangreene, of Huntsville; and Timothy D. HoBB9, Registor. of the described lots, O'Neal, and eber County, Utah. following Uintah, pieces parcels T. C. Bailoy, Attorney. of land, lying and being situate in Ogden City, Frank D. Hubbs, Register. T. C. Bailey, Atty. Weber County, Utah Territory, namelv: a l of block forty-si(4fi), in University Placo Addi LEGAL NOTICE. tion to said city, according to the olhcial and In the Probate Court of the Comity of Weber. recorded map or plat of said University Place Lengal Blanks of all kinds for sale at Addition in the office of the county recorder of Territory of Utah. e said eber t ounty ; also all of block in the Commercial Office. In the matter of tho estato ) said University Place addition except the lots e and fifty-fofifty, nn Hall, Deceased. ) thereof, according to said mapor plat ;also e twentv-niutime of Notice (2.M, (2!H. thirty appointed for proving will, etc. lots twenty-eigh- t & (32), in block Vi.linn te lifirnKr viran (3n and thirty-tw.l. a . (30), thirty-on- e .... ttinl xIT.I.I.. . i, ...ui. ia,, , .lie Hint of Place said (52) 10 University addition, of at o'clock a. m. lrtd, of said day, day May, at the court room of said court, at the County according to said map or plat, with the masituate on court house in Ogden City, in the said county of chinery in placo and trade fixtures, premises and heretofore used by the party Weber, has been appointed as the time and said ( lay in of first the said the deed, Ogden part lace for proving the will of said Ann Hall, also and for hearing tho application of Huns Company, in its business of brick making; conas kilns of two estimated brick, building I). Peterson for the issuance to himself of Lot- s None but taining one hundred and fifty thousand (150.000) rs 1 estamentary thereon. proportion handled. Call brick, to the highest bidder for cash, and that and see us. Dated April 20th, 191. the deed to trust of said either said the parties J. P. Ledwipoe, Clerk. shall be at liberty to become the purchaser at said sale, and that said property will lie sold en or subdivisions as will masse or in such Offrtcu City Ordinances. best suit, tho financial condition and convenCopies of 0(leii City OrdinancoB. in ience of purchasers ; duo regard ( being had to Ogileu lay company book form, complete to date for sale at the interests of tho said y said John A. Boyle, the said ollice. Price 50 cents. and ofinthe Thk said trust deed aud of tho exerciso by Aawaaalfif..T(MmJ untjl M.dar, Marcu at U o avcl m. t. jj. kk'im. By B. A. Boaa.v. V. S. WwiJial. . 1 N- - m-iu- fca-a- dia-ttK--t t i u-- u pub-lishe.-1 . I -- , 1 . r.iurl 1 sta u-- llt. 311 ;, 111 I make a specialty of form ing syndicates, buying, selling and handling nrooertv for Correspond ts, P.O. Box 254. : 330 25th Street OGDEN, UTAH Special Af . facta! The Best Bargain of fered in Business erty in the City today. 67x101 feet, in business Center, Owner resides in the East and wants to rea Call This is the Chance of the year. II. 'HAVER. No tronble to show property. Call and see me 111 ijiU-rw- exo-cii- above-name- di-e- ") above-name- d 111 h lt y No. 2414, Wash. Ave. OGDEN, UTAH. : Wedell's Terrace Five Points Annex. W. A. Lund's Addition. Sanfortl's Central l'ark Annex. u ia bxk of n i !.-- - . i mu-- i ijii bioe i ai. j b. nuMhwl, .. V- ,- r 0,.;,. lu,,day1.rf rf ISk., 1 ' i.r-',- !. V. . , u . 411 1 I also own or control the following properties Wedell's Montery Addition. n. YVedell's Five Points l. , a. lvk i4 lirf " i i i. a, .r- - '!. VALUE See ME. If you want o buy a lot and will build on it, I will give you a discount on one of the best building locations in the City. . 11 11 ii i... a r a . r--- ! J ajlAl i 1. Monthly Payment Plan Real Estate and Loans THE STORY TOLD. IiWil.tf ik "i,.is.j r. brii tnwuw : e It. P. HUNTER, HOUSES - - u fil.-- BIXF011D, After driving a stake, and swearing each other to secrecy, the engineer left J. D. GILL. 240t Washiijto to., OCDES. to report to his employer, who is now in San Francisco, and it is not known whether they have yet commenced work again or not, but if not inside of the next thirty days they will probably PropTo buy a house for the same payments cover the hill with stakes. as you pay in rent I WHKKE IT 13 LOCATED. A reporter of The Commercial has A Corner, been out among the mining men of Ogden to gain what knowledge he could of Cheap. To buy a lot in the most desirable nart this locality above referred to. Itseems that this is a deserted region that has at of the City, on your own terms and at one time been heavily timbered, and is Mid-- inter prices? uninhabited. About half way up the mountain from the foothills there is a lize. soon. lone cabin where Fell's dairy company drives its cows in Bummer time, and is To buy at all? known as Fell's Cabin. There is no other inhabitable spot on the side of the mountain. Mr. .Nelson, of Huntsville, also prosecutes the dairy business about two miles from Fell's Cabin among the I have SNAPS in all parts of the City, timber and grass of this mountain in summer time, where he erected a tent where owners are obliged to sell ' owing near the edge of a little mountain lake. to the scarcity of money, and where 2414 Washington Avenue. OXE DOLiLAR in cash invested now, NATURE'S OWN WILD. will do what TWO will fail to do as soon sumThose herders of cows,during the as monev eases up. I have mer time, have occasion to wander over M- the mountain in search of stray animals aud have at frequent times seen deer, bear and elk in this wilderness of brush and trees. (Member Real Estate Exchange) There is one or two timber trails runIn all parts of the City for sale on the ning up on the side of this mountain, where the people of Huntsville have gone from time to time, to get timber. In places the undergrowth and trees are bo dense that one can scarcely get between them on foot, and it is utterly impossible to penetrate on horseback. CHOICE LOCATIONS It is reported to be an entirely new And can suit you and you can pay in all parts of the City. GOOD BANCHE3 and to the prospector, though country the RENT. and Garden Tracts. it does not look large when viewed from yourself the foothills around Huntsville, as one If you want to buy FRONTAGE on prosecutes his way oyer it, he begins to Main street North for realize the enormous space that interNOB HILL PROPERTY A SPECIALTY. venes between a start up the mountain side to the summit of Mount Ogden. DO Y'OU WANT is ;i K.a.! i,r.!v. .. r a diswk a. .uuj . ence solicited. DO YOU WANT V 41. u; it. hx : - Iai-- J 1 t l,.,y rBix. Huy and Sell non-residen- DO YOU WANT 1., 1 , , li. VkIi-inct.i- n fclate. 1.'T i i: I c 1 OttfnTJ i H ia. J.rs a. ' I ess , J ; LI ..M-;- -5 acres, 4!t miles South, or will ' V4 i kLTa ,l7. f W nt-- 240 tt 1 Sure Has Bargains. acre. - 1 k vuv .4 ... I a , : J. D. GILL $20 iwr - a .. ! r:-- HEED trade it. as at Park Citv, and the same condi tions existed that would indicate large $.m 50x137 to alley, 3 blocks from Union do- l)t. 6 room new mince within this area. For about I $1,700. frame house on Situ street, week they searched day by day for crop lot Zftxwi to alley. pings or other indications that would $T.V. Nob Hill lot 50x137 to alley. Orchard. 1 have Woodnmnsee lots point out the most favorable point for cheap. 1 have prospecting, and finally found rich crop- cheap farms, 1 have cheap proiierties everywhere. pmgs between a ledge or quartz and Sto mo before buying. ' J4 ' ZTSOS Nun $- ni.- I u t id ul li, 4 Bri,fa Hti,ai 1 Tvu, acrkjU ueTtunrUi,irar tlaFark..lO(0 tL sJ la li t .! tf t4 c mmm ii nj. .Uy. . au.i Jaa u dtXllxnilH. LuU aa Vub Hal xii.tk t'Uvp. t ..mi4 euet t,U, LfS rrajan A. fc. IWbe, f ,t ta aij L V Ara!,.. J. lust Jy. ia fr.it .rf (h ( Wxitkrk ut ttt.irt. I t.l.v-i!I t nf I tak. aul ,iili tuill,.. tl.r is titt, a4 Latftrovd buMa itiX 11 Aij' Irrauru t ia Urn t li I UU; . ..( icHvty Uali. MJB?, tj i rtier I ltl j ka.e aria till l.,U) Iiftnl.r ui.l t!'- - A .u a; purathin f,ar a I Winue, SlC(Jt nwry Hatt. l oral ixl,kaMd(u)r ui u, w...i for tl ttau. a MYKW.IlkS m HiJ lup U.J lJt. aril ad u. tig'.x. tinb flaw roiling claim, aituat1,1ia ltSU f4breMjacWaa4Vtuuir..luO0 l tle.!f, a t trl:t-l.fi.lt a;l ., kW iMrL'JIUrfuf t atntr Mau H tht nt ; JX00 c iuthjruent. all mix and mingle in make to one common pursuit one in a fortune lucky stroke of the pick or blast of giant powder. The rattle and excitement, the hurry and bustle of a new mining camp draws together thousands or men in short time and the ground is sow strewn with tin cans, empty bottles and other miscellaneous signs that follow in the wake of a camp. This new Held of a prospective mining camp, in an air line, is only about five milem from Ogden, but to get there the WlKNTinC PftOSPfXTINti. route is to travel up Ogden canon, turnHut there is uch a thing as finding ing to the right at the Lead of the canon, minine camp before a large mine has aud when near Huntsville again turning been discovered, where the conditions to the right leads immediately upon the exist for mothering or breeding mines, foothills that pile one upon another. and where the formation is blind. Mam higher and higher, until the topmost moth mining ramps may slumlier for one, finally reots against Mt, Ogden, hundreds of yearn, without being dis w hose snowy summit reaches 11,000 feet covered, were it not for intelligent above the level of the eea. knowledge of the formation necessary to be examined and where mines lire most REAL ESTATE. likely to be discovered. With many years cf experience, this mining engineer hits diligently prose cuted his search, and after many weeks and months, on a recent occasion, came out of the mountains of Wyoming west to Ogdcn, through lluntsviilo and on to mountaiiis facing Iiuntsvilleand immed iately east of Og Jen. Here he found l wilderness, an unex compirative plored country covering a territory $2.!WK. :f'4 ac rts, ciiltivatett, prior water rinlit. V). On fith glrtvt near Harrison, SIMS to reaching from the Ogden canon to allt-y- . WelKr canon, aud from the top of F7.VI. Ten aero, I milt's out. water. CHEAP. Huntsville near to foothills the Ogden room new frame Imiim on Four $l,fifti. six miles a stretch of country about avenue, i.jj cash, balance pvr disnorth and south and about the same lattnl a. tance east and west. A careful exami f 1,500. Six r(Km frame house. Cost 11,700, lot wxl.n to alley. nation disclosed the fact that here at 4H $25 xr hero. Acre adjoina canal course. 4 miles this place just described out. UK(i.I.N. WAS THE EXACT FORMATION . .1 all T,1 - k Or TRUSTEE SALE. NOTICE - Tir uii, - ' brwa lout H!rrk AioutMk. I- K urn . UJ.MlVurt; 'Tf ; - : arrrw ia wrtka K, ts-i'j ixr f La tab lit it-- Who of the m eetern pioneer Lave cot been in a ouiaicur caiuu during the first M aktuit4-uam near imrtii lltw aUl eiiperteuee, and col felt the jeir of its uiitlirileb thromt iteelf faiseinatoa' biound the t cUl village and the gath If ro will rail will show and ering L yet her of fcU clate6 of mankind? tinea jroa then is muatt ia tmyik an. of the pick It U tl.ems knight-erract- a and shovel in search of fortune that & bring tufether a ttern eosiuopohtan of huuotn crowd, representing aJl pha-- future, I lie aJven.urer, llie ureanuer. the practicul business man, and the uc- trtctical tuao mho Las never measured hn ability or attached au anchor to hit i) iar briii at ana k I et.L fxwfit t3rL.wfur aait iL fuUu cLuk pnertj ui-- trtu iLt iruirt j I l. -- to Wl I LftlTA MSI IV Ill JLtOltl An 1,1 1 1 VV,tl atrt jireiit .; i T 1 itoiirs. txjvery of oe wines La beocmie LettA fcevrt--t La UktJ out tLit ia of ia-t- fcarr in or Jrr to mnictiifl its pi to OJm. It i io niiiiicj circle, EitioQ. A $1 MIE IS BLfT. anJ tviik to tLe ear of The Cumxeb-ial- , Ad old catLp never Las the f sJDhUon 4 in euch insuDrr sj J kt.-u- t Lew a imng csaip b&a. it of any doubt as to the trutLf ulc i4 the story. One of tl.e men eLuei-t- J with the "Ontario" ho Las taken out as Lie share of Botuelhicg like f 1,KV-Mthe diviJenJ j.aiJ Ly that a.ii;a iu the last ten to fifteen year nsoedly set an intrllieDt iiiiuiu et.tfirux-- r to search for here the same eon auother locality of things existed as in the formation at l'ark City, the local iod of the ifreut "Ontario" mine. A SYSTEMATIC bflEl U. Thi ruining engineer. Las for mouths. been pa covering unt of the year 1 tientl? travehiiir over the mountain, ol Utah and Vouiini, making a careful inspection, ni.iel by two trusty pwpec tors, to eeo if auotlier nauiu rump eim ilar to that of l'ark City, could be fount. Ordinarily mining camr are founJ by known prospecting, and the place is to have any peculiar merit until a mine id discovered, when other discoveries in the immediate vicinity folio-- , aud wining camp is the result. 11 17 , HI IS TEE T1M2 I MARSHAL'S SALE. T li.W Ji i .'.'" j pt.wd I Us upon tsvii. eo prticts i J a u.iLitv tmp tLt riikl 1 aril U msy more than rivl iu b- City. riiusa IVrk City Lss Leea giving out it ore fvr fcfu-ela t eiity years, &i have jti a dwp that the ilis- y REAL ESTATE. L.'ULI- - if. kiut tLepupuItr tt.S OuiLdkf OC th :Lrii jt . tJ Kve Leaked And Mtiic It t is tow j t fvET TKL Th t AND CUT irl Ml. LEGAL NOTICE: In the Probate Court of the County of Weber, Territory of Utah, In the matter of the estate of Amos r. otone. deceased. Notice is hereby eiven that Amos 1. atone, the administrator of tho estate of Amos P. Stone, eceased, has rendered and presented for settle ment and tiled in this court a final reixirt ami account of his administration of the estate of said deceased, and a ietition setting forth that the said estate is in a iirier condition to be closed ; that a portion of the residue of said es- ate remains to be distributed to tlie heirs at aw of said deceased, and praying for a final distribution of said estate and that Monday, ho eleventh day of May, ISM, at two o clock p. m. of said day, at the court room of said court t the county court house in Ouden Citv. said Conntyef Welier. has been used by the jihIbo of said court for tho settlement of the said account and for hearing said petition for distri- mtion of said estate, at which time and place any iierson interested may show cause why said account should not lie approved, allowed and settled, and a distribution madoof the residue said estate to the heirs at law of said de ceased, as prayed for in snl petition, according to law, Dated April IStli, J. P. LEDWIlKiK, Clerk. h x fifty-on- ; fifty-on- fifty-tw- fifty-thre- LAFRENTZ o hfty-tw- o POOLE, Ileal Estate Dealers. first-clas- ls Reed Hotel Building lieefi-ciar- OGDEN, UTAH.