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,,.,, THK SALT LAKE 1TIMES. FKIDAY OCTOBER 10, 1890. I SALTLAKEliflEATC07 , H'Aofsafee Dealers in Dressed Beef Pork, Mutton, Veal, Sniokf d Ms and Swift's Hams, Bacon & Lard R0LA5D & SAXPSOX. Cor Third South and Fifth Wat Street. - Skookum Root Grouuep, Grows Hair Rapidly, V$$m " Ed3163 Dandrufl. .frt'li lV. Stops Falling Hair. ClO.M. Sxmi JA. OMtTOMNISr II. 8. RtJKrtKt PmMonL Vlce-lVsiilc- nt Secretary. GEO. M. SCOTT & CO., tfXVORPORA TED.) Hardware and Metal, Stoves, Tinware, Mill Findings, Etc. AGLNTS FOR the Dodg Wol Pulley. Roebllnij'i Steele W!r IUp Vacuum Cylinder and Engine Oils, IIercute Powder, Atla Engines an i lioil er. Mack Injectors, ButTala JeSersoa ilorw fflilm, iiUka lUisp Miner' and lilackamiibt' Tool, Etc 168 MAIN STREET, Salt Lake City, - - Utah D. VAN BUSKIRK. DFFtcn or T.C.STE3& 4 Tll()l'ililljSlitllH'l'Stlll(!llt(i(l. GENERAL SEAL ESTllE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. SPECIAL IHEST101 10 til F0RM1NQ OF STND1CITE3. AGENTS FOK I1STES1 CAPITAL H' do not handlt SXAPS, but GOOD liARCAlXSr JCxVKlKNCKU OPEKATOMH and Members ol tha KiAI. Karrarf KaoaaJfja 179 MAIN STREET, corner Second South. tfc rS Is a Preventive yKSy5o of Baldness, rr3af I Grows Hair on VWuiiar Bald Heads. i rl If II Toilet Article ll flJ' la Free from all pf j coloring matter. (Trade mark rtgislered.) Contains no Mineral or Vegetable Poisons It is an honest and meritorious preparation. Nature's Own Remedy. Skookum Bool Hair Grower Go. NEW YORK. Fo sale by alt Onugglsts. ,y fy Office, 219 S. Main 6tret., Vi nCti-s-J t nder FsiJ OHe. JWr STAM CARFET CLEANIN0 V.CTrJS r' Carpet Made and Laid, Hn fpliolstcriui;. Furniture pairing and Cieanlnir MfrVJ3U 1m. s, whitehead -::- -W. J. KING-::-- Dealer In TINWARE & HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 279 Scutn Katn Street, Mliie Ci!;, D!ii Incoporatcd. April 10, 1890. Totman House Building Company. J. T. T.yncii. F. T. WiKir.NsoN. Jj. H- - Hicko. I'lesitlout. Treasurer. Ueuoral Managir. SoItLnko, Utah. This company It purely a home institution. organiMid U stay, and most re-spectfully luvilos Urn alteulkun of ihosa dealriaf coitaif.. either for homos or for sale, to the neat, taaly and attraotlve appearance prewot-w- i by Ibis class of col-tag-wlmu completed. We claim thai they ara airougrr and warmor than lha ordinary rusllo building, tho acci Ions all belus made and put together by ma-chinery, thereby making the work perfectly tight. We ar now prepared to fur-nish estimates, "take oontracs and rotnplatn buildings on hort Ume, Th pat-ronage of tho publlo U most respectfully soIW'IUmI. Oflleo and yard No. iia Wc. North Teuijdo street. Examine Our Tbns and Trices Before Yon CoiM FI !X1EJXFI I Frankin Fire Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Organized 1820. Charter Perpetual Assets, - - 53,1 74,357.0 ' Insurance Reserve, 1,705,204.71 Continental Insurance Company, Of TToxle. Cash Capital, - $1,000,000.00 IriHurauco ltccrvo, - 2,470,3 LI. 2 1 AfiHctn, - - - C.217,773.01 When you purchase a policy that you expect to bo worth J20oo in case of fire, you should investigate the com-pany with the same care that you would use in lending that sum. No States in the Union have as good insurance lawi as New York and Pennsylvania. Call at our office for copy of the Safety I und Law. This law prevents the failure of a company by fcrcat confla-grations. Under this law none of the surplus fund can be divided among stockholders. Both have to be held for tha security of policy holders aa long as a policy remains in force. DAVIS & STRINGER, 2a Weat Second South at Hotel AfCIlta 1 wo door, east of Cullen SPKGIAL Our Addition corner Second ' West and Tenth South, ith fine trees on all streets and al, is the .'i ,f chok e subdivision adjoining the city. The West side Rapid Transit Co. arc now running their cars every hour past thif addition. Davis & Stringer. fthe one pleafiing Paragraphs for the Amusement ind Instruction of the Little Household Blossoms, jO HAKE GAS JET PEOPELLESS. i Pretty Toy That Will be Pound to be InBtructive Bright and Spark, line: fo make a toy propelleror rather a pair 'j propellefrosr etiankeeeranaleorbdointtalreys, caonrdk,nsiiufcUh 5 through the mid-di- e. After this bore a hole through each piece with a red-h- ot knitting nee-dle. Make tour cuts or notches in a slanting direc-tion (A) in the sides of each piece and insert card-boar- d blades about three inches long by one inch wide (B). Now take a smooth piece of string (C) and, after making a knot at the en, (lip on a gliua bead (D). and S JET PROPELLERS. lowlng thJg a pi(8 of cardboard the size of a silver half dime. These form a bearing for the propeller, which should now be threaded on to the string. About six Inches above the first propell-er make another knot and repeat tha above directions, taking care, however, that the second propeller has the blades in t contrary direction to the first. If the string is now carried up to the ceiling, di-rectly over the gas Jet, with the lower pro-peller about twelve inches or fifteen inches from the flame, they will be seen to revolve rapldlv in opposite directions, and the ef-fect is very curious. A bullet or other small weight attached to the end of the string to keep it straight would bo an ad-vantage. The Garrison of One. A French grenadier, In a war with the I Austrians, was put In charge of a small fort commanding a narrow gorge, up which only two of the enemy could climb at a time. Wften the defenders of the fort heard that the enemy were near, being few in number they deserted and left the brave grenadier alone. But he felt that he could not give up the place without a struggle, so he barred the doors, raised the drawb-ridge and loaded all the muskets left be-hind by his comrades. Early in the morning, with great labor, the enemy brought up a gun from the vall-ey and laid it on the fort. But the gren-adier made such good use of his loaded muskets that the men in charge of the gun could not hold their position, and were compelled to retire, and he kept them thus at bay all day long. At evening the herald came again to de-mand the surrender of the fort or the garr-ison should be starved out. The grena-dier asked for a night for consideration, and in the morning expressed the willing-ness of the garrison to surrender if they might "go out with all the honors of war." This, after some demur, was agreed to, and presently the Austrian army below saw a single soldier descending the height with a whole sheaf of muskets on his shouldor, with which he marched through their lines and then threw them down. "Where is the garrison?" asked the Aus-trian commander, astonished. ' "1 am the garrison," replied the brave man; and they were so delighted with his plucky resistance that the troops saluted him and called him the "First Grenadier of France." ?' ; The Audacious Kitten. "Hurray 1" cried the kitten, "hurrayl" As he merrily set tho sails; (i "I sail o'er the ocean today To look at the Prince of Wales." "0 kitten O kitten I" I cried, "Why tempt the angry gales?" Tm going," the kitten replied, "To look at the Prince of Wales 1" ' "IF A CAT MAY LOOK AT A ZXSa." ; "Oklttenl pause at the brink, And think of the sad sea tales." "Ah, yes," said the kitten, "but think, O, think ot the Prince of Wales 1" "But, kitten I" I cried, dismayed, "If you live through the angry gales, You know you will be afraid To look at the Prince of Walesl" Said the kitten, "No such thing . Why should he make me wlncef If a cat may look at a king, - A kitten may look at a Prince!" St Nichols A City Boy's Composition. It was a London lad who wrota the following composition on "Flowers:' "Now, in the country the flowers grow wild in the fields, though not so close to-gether, and not in skwares and rounds. And nobody believes it till they go in the train; but certainly boys and girls can run amongst them, and pull up as many as they like, and fill their arms and baskets, and bring them home to there fathers ana ttothers. And the teacher said that u we uld only go tho next day there would 08 Just as many flowers again. Some boys would not believe what the teacher saio, but I holla that it in true, for I believe . that God can easy do miracles, b6"1. believe that the flowers are not stuck in oy hen or policemen after it is dark, elswla,i about outf W hen taking so much pulling I am a man I shaU go the next day. i bould so like to live in a house in the mid-dle of the fields, so that I could always see them flowers all round me, and the trains oing by on them green banks. Perhaps hen I am a man I shall try to find a house jbere, and a kind woman in the inside ol A Second Jack th Giant KUlr. There was once a small boy, but his name was not Jack, . And he hadnt a bean stalk at aD; . Yet be "hitched his hatchet" with sturdy naca. Which helped him to climb a bighwalL "ow the name ot that hatchet, can any oneguo' A giant be killed with it, tool . - His name of th wail which he climbed wt Bi : cess, giant he eooqned was Slothfulnea. And Work was the hatchet that slew i J Official, yoticc. NOTICE OF THE INTENTION OFTIIECITYCDrN-el- l to extend watermatiia on bn,1 Vest street. Notice Is hereby given by the City Council o( Salt Lkf City of the inteution ot such Counc.l to iu the following d linpror-m- ut Extending and laying irou wa'.er pipe or nia:n aloug ths following 8tr-e- t. namely. Second West street, trou: present terminus, betneon Sixth mid Seveuth South, to midway betwren Eighth and Ninth South street, an I defraviug threo-fourt- of the cost thereof, estimated ut four thousand iMin dollars, by a local as-sessment upon the lots or deoe of ground within the following described district. being the district to be affiled or IwUrtl'od hv said Improvement, namely: Lota 3 aud 4, bl k 84; lors l and S, block lots I. K. TandH, block IS; lots a, 8, 4 and ft. Mock IS: lotsf and f, block 7; lota 6 and 0, block n: ail tu plat A, Silt Lake city survey. All protests and ob-jections to the carryiiie out of such Intention niust be presented in writing to flie city Recorder ou or before October th. I1M0, belnif the time act by the said Council when It will hear and e ms der such objections aa may be innde thereto. by order of the City Council of Salt Lake City, made Sept. loth. !' Lot is Hyams, City Record ir. ALTLAKECITY Sights and Scenes in and Around the Inter-Mounta- in Metropolis. PLACES OF MEREST TO VISITORS Useful Information for the Home-seeke- r, the Investor and1 the Visitor. ' A GUIDE TO THE TOTJEIST. Salt Lake's Location, Attrac-tion- s ana Climate-Garfi- eld Beach and Other Resorts. The city of Salt Lake has a fane whlci reaches around the world. The population It about 66,000, and Is Increasing at a rapid rate. It Is situated at the base of tt Wasatch mountains In a lovely valley, rich la agrtatl. tural resources and Is eighteen mUas distant tram Great Salt Lake. Its elevatloa above sea level Is 4,360 feet There are many points of Interest to visitors In the city tat near It Here are some of them : Toe Temple. This magnificent cream-whit- e granite strao-- I turewas begun April 6, 1663. It Is MOxSOO feet the walls are 100 feet high, and tat towwrs,when completed, will be 200 feet la height. Over 13,600,000 have been expended on the Temple, and It Is now nearing completion. In the same square with the temple Is the spa- cious building called The Tabernacle. Here ara held the services of the Mormon chnroh, and these are attended every Sunday by Immense congregations of people, both Mormon and Gentile, The structure 1b oval Id shape, seventy-fiv- e feet high and 860x160 feet In length and breadth. It has a seating capa-city of 18,000 people, and here may be heard what 1b claimed to be the finest organ In the world. Pattl once sang in the tabernacle, and demonstrated that Its acoustic powers are very fine. The Gardo House, or Amelia Palace, was bnllt by Brtgham Young whe willed that it should be the residence of his favorite wife, Amelia Foloom Young, but since his death It has been used as the official residence of dignitaries of the church. Brlgham Young's Resldeaees, known as the e and the Lion House are structures, curious from as-- soclatlons. These are situated In what was once Brlgham Young's domain, all of which has passed into other hands, save the large lot In which Is Brlgham Young's Grave. . This can be reached by passing through the Eagle Gate, an archway In the old mud wall which at one time encompassed Brigham's prt vate property. One or two of the prophet s wives repose beside his last resting place. A slab of granite covers the grave and there Is space left near by for the graves of bis other wives. .. - Deseret Museum. This Institution Is situated on South Temple street, directly opposite Temple square. It oontalns a large number of interesting curios-ities, chiefly pertalnlntJ to the early history o! Utah. It is well worth a visit ' Prospect Hill with Its lostaont tower commands a splendid nt .. mt and its surroundings. The Tithing Building possesses Interest as being the general depot for taxes collected by the Mormon church from Its disciples. Liberty Park, In the southeastern portion of olty is a beautiful resort and can be reached by rapid i transit trains. The Chamber of Commaroo, on Second South street, Is visited by those who take an interest in the commercial standing ot the city. There are several large oases con-taining specimens of Utah's mineralogy which attract much attention. Bait Lake Theater being selected. This latter plaoeef amuse-ment was built by Brtgham Young rer thirty years ago. It Is a large and beauofal temple and Is comfortably arranged. Assembly HalL near the temple, Is used In winter far worship bv the Mormons, the tabernacle being too large to admit of proper heating. As"moly hauls 180x68 feet, and cost 8160.000. The oelung Is with church pictures, among them the Angel Moroni disclosing the hiding place f the golden plates to Joseph Smith. . Th Natatorlum Is a large circular bathing house. Use center of which, under a glass roofT Is a swhamtag pool The water is brought in pipes from Beck s Hot Springs. There are also a large number of bathrooms. .. Electrle 8treet Can connect with every point ot lajtlnthe The system Is new and the good. Rapid transit is assured. Camp Douglas, nree miles th city cc over 400 feet iett is l)iautlfiilly laid Out In th midst of i,d "orchards,' and th. barracks and Uwns officers are built of stone. The Commands a wide view of the city and tors Gwat Salt Lake lies like molten iuve? at toe foot of the western mountains. Beck's Hot Springs the northern part of ths city about KSJrmiles from the business center. They Usui the base of the mountains, and are '"j1" valuable aid in cl5easrd of MrtoumVasm. dyspepsia and terna.xLllSnt nations and necessary ! to? the comfort of patients. Th Warm Sulphur Springs - and th city, about mul fSaitbe Tpostoflfce. There Is a good ho?e7Hdgortibie bath house In oonneo. tlon with Siprlnga, and they can b reached ' ' . bv street railway. , The Mountains. in magnificent canyons, and areunsurpd AeBt ar9 thln ''.fhrSnv These invite the tourist to rea0 wwks or months among their spend days, to flsb, to hurrt. to scale tho recesses ild flowers peaks and ridges, ana beneath the 6y th. sides of J"sJiegnrig Cottonwood shade of ""C'JeS bv every tourist canyon w Here ijWJg Cottonwood river; and flowa are lakes ttt th! bJiSJ5Ve Smam Besides these BlaMm.SeefcPrtey 's, Emigration, and City ?ree" cana7 all extremely plcturesau. and around the outskirts of th; abound In scores roads, and city; iiesqdlVidln? meadows of rich through the the rSttmotmtalns are &? entirely lost fer the branches of trees Bight of. wild dog-ros-and abov gnow covered peaks. A f!impf??rSt Doughvs, aSd then a mfie further an n mt ontotne mou.---- -- - th t tn, gight oi delightful-- "10ne1rs wis Brst made glad the Momon Lake valley sud- - 1347. Th( Great Salt Lake " Ernest Ingersoll, "few per-"- I tblnk, aays strangely sons real BOJ. wonae..rf4unlldy'i speaking of beautiful cSSgTWa. aaldT ' Wner. i .itssnnseu Fhu D land a sea. In have . America, and wher. ABia. Africa, Europe wooflerong can I TJ 'Ifectrlfylng "t thin lB W coloring, m,re 'e2skit Lake of Utah." Salt sunset on tto uonb, Lake is as "WuVwaves are a bright bin found ybere. i within of tt. gf eosTjUstance TUr? luMrv nd effort for a dip nec-- la tb.myserW seMdi.. thingsman. meals at reasonable TtocafeaaorWoyam ha(j tm prices. "d,ir7wWchPOess a romantic way comply. of the BloGrande of the city, about era. sLit Lake and Cgdeti. and 1 SSlvSsSt5ciraelwaUwta av Official Itoticctt. NOTICE N'OTICF. OP INTENTION OF THE CITY of Salt Lute city to con.truct aew-er- s lu Sewer District No. . Notice Is hereby mven by the City Council of ' Suit l ake city or the iuteutla of am k Council to tnaxe the followlug dvsvTiotst luiprovenMUta, To construct a line of sewer later lis 01 and along the following street of said cay. w.thln mvr Dli-m-, t No of Salt Lak i c'ty, via: Beginning at the intersection of First West ant. South Tempi streets, running eouio to Fourth Sou'h street, tbeuc east along Fourth South strict to Second East street, thence south aloug Second East street to Fifth i South str.t, lluvice west alon Fifth S.mth street M Second West stroet, theuce north: along S nxnd W.st ftrtet to South Tempi street. theit east along South Tempi street to place of beginning. And defray the whole c.'.--l thereof. rsllniaiel at tlol.tut .tO by a h a BKseet-tneu- t uihui the lots or pieces of ground within the described S.wer nfstrlct No. i. being the d sirid Ui be uflvcted and especially beBs-Btte-by aald improvement. The lolluwmg blocks, uuinbrmt W. KX 4f, (,o, m.WiuCK. lu plst A. ara within the aaid district and will b snb'ect to said tax. The mode of assessment thereof will be by an equal percentage of the cos of the Im-provement tto:t each isiuara foot of area wtthln xild district In addition tt such tax, the real estate own-ers lu sa'd district will have to pay for the.r house coimect ona. beside the ueceary plumbing to prepare houses tor such of which no reliable estimate can be made. All protests and objections to the rarrvlrg out of such intention must be presented to the City Council on or befote Tuesday, the Mint ilsy of Ocfc b.r, INS", the lime aet bv the said council when It will hear and couahler auch objacth ni aa may I made thereto. Hv order of the City Council of Salt Lake city, niada Seutemb-- r as. ihi. LOl 1SHYAMS C v Recorder. Salt Lake Cliy. September V 1! K0T1CE OF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY COFN cil to extend wuter mains on R street from 4th to 1st streets. Notice is hereby given by the City Council of Salt L ike City of the Intention of such Coun-cil to make the followlug described Improve-ment, towit : Extending and laying Iron watef pipes or mains alo. g the following streets, namely: K Btreet from 4th to 1st streets with laterals on all cross streets, and defraying three-fourth- s of the cost thereof, estimated at two thousand ifxKOi dollars, by a local assess-ment upon the lots or places of ground wit hln the following describe! district, being the dis-trict to bo affected or benefitted by said Im-provement, namely: Lot 1. block W; lot I), block 'JD; lots and S. block mi: lots 1 and 4, Uo-- k SI; lots Sand S. block 13: lots I and 4, block 19; lot 3 .block 4: lot 4, block ft; all in plat G, Salt Lake City survey. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such must be presented In writing to the City Recorder on or before October m, 1W0, be-ing the time set by the said Council when It will bear and couslder such objections as may be made thereto. By order of the Olty Council of Bait Lake City, made Sept. 11, istO. LOUIS HYAM3. City Recorder. SIMMONS. In the district court In and for the Third Judicial district of Utah territory, county of Halt Lake. Will.am OeurgeCoruUh, plalutllt, vs. Amelia Cornish, defendant. The people f the territory of Utah send greeting: To Amelia Cornish, defendant. rOU AKK HKKEHY KKgi'IKElt TO AP-pe- In au action brought against you by the above named plaintiff In the district eouit of the Third Judicial district of the territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint died therein within tendavs (excluslveof the day of aer-vh-after the service on you of this summons it served within thtacounty; or. If served out of this ronnty. but in this district, within twenty davs; otherwise wlihln forty days-- or Judgment by default will tie taken against you, according to the praver of said complaint. The aald action la brought to have a decree of this court dlwilvlng the bond of matrl-uion-existing between the plalutllT and the defendant, and awarding the plaintiff the cus-tody of said minor child. Esther Cornish. Issue of aald marriage; above relief prayed for on the ground lhat in August, IHS. the defendant willfully and without cause deserted the and still continues to so dosjrt and live sepai a'e from him: and also that on the Hist day of August, itthd, the ueien laut commuted adultery with one James Cornish, without the consent, connivance or or pre-vious knowledge of the plaintiff. Aud you are hereby nJltled that If you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to th court for the relief drm in kd thcn-lti- . Witness, the lion. Charles 8. Zane. Judge, and the seal of the district court of the Third Judicial district, in and for the territory of Utah, tnls Wih day of Heptemb r. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nlsrAi. 1 Hit&HT O. MrMit.t.A, Clerk, iiy tiro. D, Loomih, Deputy Clerk. KOIICE OF THE INTENTION OF THE CITY Council to extend water malua on Hlxth East street, between First and Second South streets. Notice i hereby given by the City Council of Salt Lake City of the intention of such Council to make the following described Improvement, Extending and laying iron water pipes or mains along the following streets, namely: Sixth East street, between First and Second South streets, and defraylul three-fourth- s of the cost thereof, estimated at Eight Hundred iHK0 Dollars, by a local assessment upon the lots or pieces of ground within the following ducrtbed district, being the d. strict to be af-fected or benetttted by aald Improvement, namely: Part of lots 4 and 6. blocs' allot lots 7 and 8 and part of lot I, block M. all In platB. Salt Lake City survey. All protests and objections U the carrying out of auch In-tention must be presented In writing to the City Kecorder on or before Sept. , WA being the time let bv the said Council when It will bear and consider such objections as may be made thereto. By order of the City Council of Salt Lake City, made May Jth, mo. Lot'is Hyams, City Recorder. Salt Lake City, September 5, IMM. (Official lloticcg. Assessment Notice. Carrara marble company of Utah. Office of company No. 108 West Tem-ple street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Notice is hereby given that at a regu-lar meeting of the directors, an assesa-ms- (No. 1.) of one cent .per share was levied on the capital stock of the said corporation, pnynble on or before No-vember 10, lHflO, to Jag. F. Bradley, treasurer of said company, at his office No. 109 West temple street, in said city. Any stock upon which this assessment remains unpaid on the 10th day of No-vember 181)0, will be delinquent and ad-vertised for sale at public auction and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 15th day of December, 1890, at the office of the company aforesaid to pay the delinquent assessment, to-gether with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. Jas. F. Bradley, Sec. and Treas. Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 6, 1800. MAEEEiL'B SALE. DURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF SALE TO 1 me directed bv tne Third Judicial district oourt of the territory of Utah. I shall expose at public sale, at the front door of thecouuty com t house, in the city of Salt Lake, county of Salt Lnl.e. and territory1 Utah, on tlie'jrth day or th tober. lswi, at o'clock m.. all the riiiht. title, claim, aud Interest of Charlotte E. ESwnnls of, In. and to t lie following described real estate, situate, lying, and being in halt Lake county, aud described as follows, to wit: Counmni'lng seven (7 roils north of the south-east coiner of lot one (II. block eighty three (H.H. plat D. Silt Lake City survey, county of Salt Lake, aud territory of Utah, thence west ten 10) rods; thence north three a rods; thencs east ten UOi rods; thence south three (3) rods to place of heglnnlne. To be sold aa the property of Charlotte E. Edwards at the suit of J. A. Frltsch. Terms of sale, cash, j, H PARSONS, United States Marshal. By Bowman Cannon. Dtputy Marshal. Dated October th, 1MIA MAESHAL'S SALE. PURSUANT TO AN EXECUTION TO ME bv tha Third Judicial District Court of the territory of Utah. I shall expose at public sale, at the front door of the county court house. In the olty of Sa It Lake and terrl tory of Utah, on the 1st day of November, 1M, at 11 o'clock a.m., all the rU ht, title, claim and Interest of Charles S. Dekey of, in and to the following desorl bed real estate, situate, lying and being in Salt Lake county, and described a. follows, Lots. IS. 13. 14, 16 an! IB, block 9, 6 ao e plat A, Dig Field survey. To be sold as the property of Ch is. S. Deskey at the suit of Shiley and Qioshell. t Taims of sale cash. E. H. PARSONS. U. S. Marshal. By A. O. Dver. Deputy Marshal. Dated October 8, 18ml. NBSUSS NOTICE THE INTENTION OF THE CITY OF to ex lend water mains on Twelith East and Fourth South streets. Notice Is hereby given by the city council of Rait Lake city of the Intention of such council to make the following descrllied improvement, Extending and laving Irou water plie or mains along the following strwels, namely: From the center ol Third and Fourth siiies on Twelfth fcast to Fourth South, thence west-ward one and one-hal- bloous wllh lalera's lor culinary purposes only, and defraying three-fourth- s of the cost thereof .estimated ai twint hundred ttusitli dollars, b) a local assess-ment upon the lots or pieces of ground within the following district. laln the district to b affected or benefited by said Improvement, namely! All of lots 3 and 4, block 3i lots I. 9, 8 and s, block ; lots 1 and 8, block 81 : lotsh. , 7 and , block 18: lots S aud 7. block i;aud lots 4 and 6, block IS, all in plat F, Halt Lake City iturvY. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such Intention must be presented lu writing to the city recorder on or r !. being the time set by the sld roiiNcll when It will hear and consider such objections as may be made thereto. Hy order of the cltv council of Bait Lake made May w. 180-uy- L(lI)1) yAMBi clty Recorder. Salt Lake city. Kept. 6, 1MM NOTICE COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF OF local tax for the extension of the water mains on First South street. Notice is hereby g ven that the Assessor and Collector of Salt L,;ike Olty has made and com-pleted the list and plat pertaining to a local tax at the rate of four mills per square foot, levied by the city council of Salt Lake City Oct. 1. 110. upon the following fw scribed lots orplecssof ground, namely: Part of lots 5 and 7. and all of lot f, block aud part of lots I and 8, block 17, all in plat A, Salt Lake City survey, Raid tax being for the extension of the water mains along the following described-route-namely: First South stret between West Temple and First West street. Said list and p;at have been lodged in the office ot the City Recorder No. 2. City Hall.and will be open lor Inspection for a period of ten days from and after the 7th day of Ootober, 1S), during which time written appeals to the city council for the correction of the assessment may be tiled with the said Recorder, in pursuance of the ordinance in such cise provided. Loms Hyams, City Recorder. Salt Lake City, Oct. 6, 1W1K). MARSHAL'S SALE. DURPUANT TO AN EXECUTION TO ME 1 directed bv the Third Judicial District court of the territory of Utah. I shall exiose at public sue. at the front door of the couuty court house. In the city of Salt Lake, count y of Salt Lake and territory of Utah, on the SIM h Ot i of October. at 18 o'clock in., all tae rluht, title, claim and Interest of Vteuben Che-shire of. in, and to the following described real estate situate, lying, and being In Bait Lake county and descrilsxl as follow, Commencing four (4) rods north of the south-west corner of lot five (6) In block thlrty-ou- (3D, plat B, Salt Like CUy survey, thence north three (3 rods, thence east ten (101 rods, thence south tiree i3i rods, thence west ten (10) rods to place of beginning. To he sold as the property oj Reuben Che-shire at tne suit of Charles Main and E. H. Wlnchesler. Terms of salo, cash. K. H. Parsons. V. 8. Marshal. By Boman Cannon, Deputy Marshal. Dated Oct. 4, 1880. NOTICE THE INTENTION OFTHEC1TY00UN-ci- l Op to extend water mains on Eighth East street, from ceuter of Fourth and Filth South to renter of Seventh and Eighth South streets. Notice Is hereby given by the City Council of Suit Lake city of the Intention of such council Ui make t he following described Improvement, Extending and laying Iron water pipes or mains along the followlug streets, oaint ly : Ileg Inning in the center of Fourth and fifth South on Elghlh Ksst street, and running soulh to the center of Seventh and Eikh'h South streets, aud defraying three-fourth- of the cost thereof, estimated at sixty six hun-dred (ITrtJO) dollars, by a local assessment tiism the low or pieces of ground tlilli the follow-ing descrilied district, being the district to he ulfected or benetltted by said Improvement, naipcly: All of Iota II, block so; lots I. 8, bloek :'l ; lots I, B, 7J, block mi; lots 4, ft, . block 87 lots 8, .1.4. S block ID; l"ti..J. block 17; lots", 7, block 18, and lots . 13, all In plat II, Halt Lake City survey. All protests and objections to the carrying out of such Intention must be presented In writing to the clt y recorder on or before Septemljer ), 1SK), being the time set by the said council when It will hear aud consider such objections OaVil ;ordfhcCconc.l ,,IUM. made June 17th. Wu. Lot "" Salt Lake City, September ft. Imw. MAKSHAL'S SALE. TJURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF BALE TO 1 me directed by the Third Judicial district Court ot the territory of Utah, 1 shall expose at nubile sale, at the front door of U e county courthouse, In the city of Salt Lake, county ol Malt Lake, and territory of Utah, on the l;dh day of October, KM), at 13 o'clock m all the right, title, claim, and Interest of Emma A. Benedict etal., of. in. and to the following de-scribed real estate, situate, lying, and being in Salt Lake county, and descrllied as follows, Lots 6. , 7. and 8, In block 107, in plat C, Salt Lake City survey, except such pot-ions of said lots as were heretofore taken by the D. & R. G. Railway company as a rig it of way for Its railroad, In Salt Lake City, Utah, flrt selling lot 6. To be sold as the property of Emma A. Ben-edict ot al..at the suit of John Longmald. Term, of sal. cash. ,: K. H. By Boman Cannon, Deputy Marshal. Dated SepWmber 84, MM. H0TI0E COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF OFa local tax for the extension of th. water mains on Twellti, East aud Fourth South "Notice is hereby given that the Assessor and Collector of Salt Lake City has made and com-pleted the list and plat pertaining to a local tax at the rate of four mill per square foot, levied by the City Council of Salt Lake City. October 1st. 10. upon the following described lots or pieces of ground, namely: All of lots 3 aud 4, block 83; lots 1, 8, 8 and 8, block If.'; lots 1 and 8. block 81 ; lots 6. , 7 and S, block 18: lots 6 and 7, block 80; and lots 4 and 6, block 18, all in plat F. Salt Lake City survey, said tax be-ing for the extension of the water mams along the follow lig described route, namely: Jrotu the center of Third and Fourth South streets on Twelfth Eakt street to Fourth South street, thence westward one and one half blocks with laterals, for culinary purposes only. Said list and plat have bsenlodged In the office of the City Recorder, No. 8, City Hall, and will be open for Inspection for a period of W days .rom and after the 7th day of October. l). during which time written appeals to the City Council for the correction of the assessment may be Hied with th. said Recorder, in pursuauc. of the ordinance in such case provided. Loris Hyams. City Recorder. Salt Lake City. October f, rV. MARSHAL'S SALE. DUHBUANTTO AN ORDER OF BALE TO 1 in directed by the Third Judicial District court of the Territory of Man. I shall expos at public sale. t th. front door of the County Court House, In th city of Halt Liv. County of Bait Lake and Ter-ritory of Utah, on th I'th d"7 " ix'tober. IH, at 18 o clock. M.. all the rlgiu. title, claim and Interest of Betbulla A. Olsa.man and Zealous Wormutb of, In. and to th following described real estate, situate, lying. b i In Salt Lake county, and descrllied as follows, to wit: All of lots twenty-nin- (Ml ate) thirty in City View addition to Salt Lake city, as shown bv plat on file lu th offli of the county recorder of Halt Lake County, ths same sltuai lit Salt Lake ( ounty Utah Territory, and within the Jurisdiction of this "t'oMS ""Id as the property of Hethnlla A. Olassman et al, at th suit of Sarah Ann .olecash. tJPa Hv Bowman Cnnon. Deputy Marshal. Dated Heptemtier Ulth, IMI. K0TI0E . COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF OFa IocbI tax for the extension of th water mains on Sixth East street. Notics Is hereby given that the BBssor and collector of Salt Lave city has mad and com-pleted the list and plat pertaining to a local tax at the rate of four mills per square foot. lev'ed by the city council nn "" '' October I. WHO. upon the following described lots or pieces of ground, namely : Part of lots 4 a id 6. blo.:k IH; all of lots 7 and 8, and part of lo I. biock W. all in Plat B. Bait Lake city sur-vey, said tax being for the extension "t the water males along the following described route, namely. Sixth Ei'.st street, between First and Hcond South streets. 1st and plat have been lodged In lb officio u. CltyRecorder, No. 8. city hall, and will he open for Inspection for a period of ten da v from and after the 7th day of OcU.ber, 1SS0 during which time written appears to the city council for the correct on of the ment may Hied with the aald re'o-de- r In pursuance of an ordlnauco In uea cai pro- - V'ded' LOUIS HYAMS, City Recorder. 6alt Lake City, Oct. , law. H0TI0E COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT OF OFa local iav for ib ext nioa of the water main-io- E'giith r. ad BtT.et. Noiels h r. by given th-- the ess svr and cf llec r of Salt 1 ak City h made rnd com plet.dthl st nd ilat peris ninr to a 1dc.1 tax atth-r.te- o. .our mills p,- sq irre foot, Silt iake City. fttotor'iX ic4;upnih A7.5f4 ilrodtorp!ecesofsiouid 3. bio. k 90: lots 1 n 1 8. Llck 81 ; lots I. 8. 7and8. blfHki: Kts :;. . and .Si' lots8.3.4sn16.blo-- 1: loti 1. 8. 7 J, block 17: 'o s S ai d 7. b o k Vi. tnd U 5 i.n 1 . block 1?, B. S lit Like city s.irvey ,all tax be:n7rorthi cximis on of te water mansaloig ihi loloA-n-r ron'e Fourth and S If h Sonih n street, and running fo?ih1o tr,.?cnte;of Seventh and Eighth Kb streets. Hald list and plat haveib todged in the office of the city recorder. No. i. (?t? hall and will be open for Inspection f T a , I days Irom ! n 1 after the ",th day of ZZr 10 duil.igv.hl-- time wrllten ap-peals to'the city friJhe32rT' ?T"' the assessment may le m pursuance of the ordinance m such case EYAMS. recorder. city Salt Lake City. Oct. ( th. WW. . NOTICE THE INTENTION OF THE CITY OF Council to extend water mslns on first South street, between West Temple and t Irst Naiw-'X- i hereby given by th. city council ot Salt Lake City of ti.e Intention of such council to make the following described Itnprovetu-n- t. to wit; Eitendlngand laying lronwterHle or mains along the following streets. nlyj First South street, hetween Visst TemUe First West streets, and uerayinif three ,i,urtii , of tbeeost thereof. tlmal'd at nin hondred and ftlty tWH dollars, by a local u npon th lots or plscea of ground iibl ffill'iw1ngdes.Tlbedrt!iri' t. being fn district to tt affected fir hnfltti by ssld Improve. ment,l.anlri Part of kns and t. an-- l all of lot WfKk A. part of Wis I and 8. Work 77jiil In plat A. Halt Lake City survey. All jmw and objections to th carrying out of such In-tention must t pr-l- ln '''k.''';, re.iortler.n or befwe H il"ot- -t '" Ihetlmesetbylhe said coon-l-l when It will hear and consider such olJcUna as may im "ft the eity A$"i) Clt. mad. July m MM. Salt Lak City, aeptembev t. m. NOTICE. In Ihe Estate of Nils Sundl erg. deceased. VOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN HY THE iN uniierslgned, administrator of the enat of Nils hundDe.g, de. cased, to the of and all pertxms having claims a?alnst the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neeea-sa- r vouchers, within ten mouths after the Brst oublicatlon of this notice, U th said adminls-irato- r at U. Tnrnrrens drug etor, rner Second south anl First Esat D. Tuas'.iiK. Adro.nistraK. HJTIOE. GIVEN TO THE N IKSVb.'ider.Sf th,- Salt Like L tbiapn ht. neandManl. coroianv that t:.e amiu-- 1 stockholc. rs for the el.e.cn ol offlcwwllbetoldat-b- offlro cf the etre-t- . Salt Lake g"tf oi iS;SrtibS mh, mt. at7o ciock S m f th'.rp.-s- a of U..ng officers, and mrrsnvictrtoera'C'ssarrba-tnees- . t0The nnal meetli g was duly adjjttnied from O. tob r t to (toer Kt-i- , as the purpose ot glv.ny u oylpBns, Secretary, Dated Salt Lake City. October th, NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE BTOTK holders of the El Dorado Land and Water eompanv, that th annual meet in of the stockhoiclersof th said e.nipany will be h.id at 4 o doc k p. m. on Monday, the IMth day of October, at the office of the company. '4 at First booth s'reet. Salt Lake City, to elect a board of directors for th ensuing year, and to attend to "ch other bu.lneiw pertaining U th tatere. o. th cm.p-.n-r n.av j NOTICE. rr THE INTENTION OF THE CITY Ccwinril to extend wster malo. on ..treet. between El .'r.tn at.a Math Mrri Notice 1. b'7'UT C b trj I.m eiiy eooticll of Halt Lake C ty. ' W'MV B to m.k- - the follwiiie dew .i --4 r,n7?.mit Ettcnd.tor and Urlng ZT nV..ir:or mlns kg im fo H tr--t m--XI Urbth and Ninth Haota etre and of the tner.rf lrnated at CTThoUMIld 1II W. d''llr. T mint upon M " Pl nd with a hi efl'ed M a.-- The"7 fS&l i f 1 and and the t bloek U B Pit A. Walt t ltr .orvey All protest, a.id ohr--tl. to the n?,' tofc rt'rsWoo or tfce iru'mr a. ' when It will ber atd e wskler O' h otJe.:lt.tui j 'IrTrruTX of Salt Lak 1TC$; ITVAMS. City Ker.cvdot. KOTICE. I a LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED J under to penalty provided by ordmsnc not to remove the body of any dead animal r offal or Ulth of any descrif tUio. without flrrt n,tifylng th city scavenger, who wOl lean ducUB M lu wISlm SHOWALU i city ftcavetwer, ! April 17. WX hu.n.Uty tiL MlTlCE TOCBEDlTOas. Estate of Eliza Barker HEREBY GIVtN bY THE X'OTICKIS ot'ttxM nndersigced. adiulnUuwr tt EU Barker, dec aed. to tb all oersons having claims against tne sa.a a Lak? Oty, to the County ot 6,t Lai'-- UU1lWiu.La H. BRra. Administrator of estate of Elixa Barker, de-- "gS September j AUurnsy lor Adininistrator. But They Oea'l Get for Ifc . "I think," eaid the editor in a womeoj . tone, "that I will drop journalism ke to astronomy." "Whyr : "Well, astronomers always seem to We more space than they know whaS i to do with." Washington Post. j ACCOUNT DUE NOTICE-A- LL and P"rhaW unor to January I. isui.will he pljed to th fcandsof an attorneylf not paid by --1; bcr I'-'- L. C. Karrtck. ofllc with ua iavcj'.ment eompan7. If tn street.