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' 'rHk SALT LAKE TIMES. TUESDAY SEfiE.uBEK L 1890. " 1 - JOfftrial Itcttcro. I Official loticc. mfftclrtl lloticcs. I I I ) Wmk SALT LAKE CITY --f- 1 c? SStJa. dri fit j. PUt T pfPtfi Igpf II T 7 TJ J Geo, M. Scott, Ja. OLMnMnncri, U. 8. Rornnu Fretldent. t. Secretary. GEO. M. SCOTT & CO., (IXCORTORATSR.) DSlAXaEKeB I2S- T-Hardware and Metal, Stoves, Tinware, Mill Findings, Etc. AGLNTSFORtha Dmlita Wood nitleiy, Riiobtlmr't 8tla VTn fUp Vacuum Cylinder and F.nifiiia Oils, Herculm lowdor, Atl Knglnw anl BoU era, Mack Injctan, ItnlTal) S-le- JaSenoa Ilorta Whim, lllaks I'ump Miners' and llacksmiUls, Tools, Kto. 168 MAIN STREET, Salt Lalio Cltj, - - Utah A. L WILLIAMS, 6 ocond Door North of Potrtofflc, ecx-x- : A.ciTTtrr ron R. G. PLEASANT VALLEY, CASTLE GATE Anthracite, ( harroal, IUackamlth and IMi;lron. Yards Cor. Fifth and Second Soulfu Tcilcpltonn No, 171A ' . , ... , . .ii hotels ani licetiiurante. The Walker is Located in the Business Center of this City and has all tha Modern Improvements & Conveniences Pertaining toa strictly firnt-ela- hoim It Is managed as well as any hotel In the West and is strictly Cue Business and Tour-ist Hotel of Stilt Lake City. Passenger Elevator. The Walker & the Metropolitan Are the Two Leading Hotels of Salt Lake City. 0--. S. ERB Prop r. THE CuTlTinL THE Modern Hotel OF SALT LAKE CITY. g. C F.mNG, Proprietor. Incoporated. April 10. 1890. Totman House Buildiii' Cooipaij, J. T. I.VKcrr, F. P. B- - R- - Hiro. I'rosidetit. I rnaatircr. (icuerai Maoaftr. Salt Luikci, Utah. This company I pumly a hoiuti iutltfition. organlgsul lo suy. and most r spfctJuliy tuvittts llio altmitlou of ttmne Uvnrtn( UagM. nithor l.tr hum) or tnt uin, to tliu uost, taair atirt attntotlfti anrM(w prtJent4 bjr thU rtavsa a. tagtt when cgiuipleteil. Wo olitim that ihry um stmugr anil warmer than I he nnltnnry rustiu bullriiu;. the utlora ill hoif made an J put UxUwr bf m. thiimry, tlmreby making tlie work pertmly igkl. We r" aov prpm.t to fur-nish rstimatrtg, lake ooliirarwi and ciaiieU building on short lime Tha ife of Ihn pnlilio 1 most rrpect(ully guilulud. tlluca ami yard So. UiU Weet North Temple slrmit. Examine Our n.ins and Triers Mm Yon Build. j,.1,1. .v.. i, . lj.s: .1 i - 'J - ..... - ; 1 SALT LAKE HOUSE. PARK : : CITY, : : UTAH. The Modurn Hotel. First class In every particular, The rooms are large, light and airy. Tables First class, served with the Best the market affords. The largo addition Just built to this house makes it one of the finest hotels for tourists and pleasure seekers in Park City, MHS. K. CONNtlts, Proprietress. PARK CITY HOTEL. The only first class hotel In Park City. SIXTY ELEGANT NEW BOOMS, Cool, pleasant and nicely furnished. HOTEL GROUNDS are decorated with THE and shade trees, making It the most pleasant summer resorts in the mountain re-gion. L, SIMONS, Prop, WALKER HOUSE CAFE. The Cafe has Just changed management, now being under the care of the two beet caterers in the cltv, Messrs. Berets and Guthrie. Tour-ists or pa'trous desiring an early meal or lunch put up, can obtain the same at any hour, day and night. All game kept in season and east-ern oysters In the shell. Call and try us. THE Sacramento Bakery and Coffee House AS CHANGED UAKD3. Erdtnan & Myer, the new proprietor, will endeavor to please the most fastldioua. Uive us a call. CO west Second South. Banlclxigr Eepaitmaat Utah Title, Insurance and Trust Company Paid-u- p Capital $150,000 Surplus J1O.OO0 PavsS per cent intercut on time depoeibj; acts as Trustee, Guardian, Aomiutotrator and Executor; transacts general trust bustnea, insures real estate title ; Insurance fee coven all charges for attorneyti and abstracts. STOCKIlOlilltRg. J. K. Dooly, K. C. Chambers. T R Jones, Kelsy U!llesplo, L S Bias. James Sharp, M. H. Walker, John J. Daly, W. S, MoConrfck, B. Mclutof h. E.A.Smith. A. U Thomas H T Duke, Gov. of L tan, Josiah Uarrett, , MtrrhnnU. Hyde 6. Young, F- H. Auerbach, M' 8. P.ndergaat, T- O. Webber. T A Kent Hugh Anderson, W T. Lmn, W. H. Rowe. J. R. Walker, it Lowers. 9- II-John A. Marshall, W. F. Coiton. Wm. C. HalL James Anderson, firemmmmi Frankin Fire Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Organized 1820. -- - Charter Perpetual Assets, - - 53,174,357.01 Insurance Reserve, 1,7CG0.71 Continental Insurance) Company. Canh Capital, - - $1,000,000.00 Insurance IlcBervo, - 2,470,343.2 Assets, - C,2 17,773.91 When you purchase a jolicy that you expect to be worth J2000 in case of fire, you bhould investigate the com-pan- y with the same care that you would use in lending that sum. No States in the Union have as Rood insurance lawi as York and I'cnnsyhrania. Call at our office for copy of the Safety Fund Law. This law prevents the faiJure of a company by great confl. grations. Under this law none of the surplus funds can ba divided among stockholders. Hoth have to held for tht security of policy holders as long as a policy remains in force. DAVIS & STRINGER, SPEGIAL I Our Addition comer of Second and Tenth Sauth, with fine txees on all streets and alleys, is the choice subdivi-sion adjoining the city. Ties are now v . distributed and cars will be running on -1 Second West and Tenth Sfuth within sixty days. Lots at origmal price until August I st only. Davis & Stringer, Taft & Xropfpze, CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. Salt Lake City, : r Utai Territory. Of2.ce: Headquarters at Cor, Sixth and A Sfs. OEO.HUSLER aWALLAC Utah Cracker Factory, Manufacturers ot the Celebrated 41LVER BfflQFFlHE CRASSEB- S- 27 E. THIRD 50UTH T, Salt Lake City, - Utah. In the District Court in and f.ir the Third Ju-dicial District of l'tah Territory, County of Suit Lako. S. 1 Armstrong, Plii:tiff, vs. Thomas Go!!Tht'.y, Joseph J. C.ollchtlv. Mar- tha Smith. Kltiabeih U Wnt John li. Lauou Jacob O. La ton. I'lchanl L t u, Kach.l O. L. Warren, feamuel :. L' t n, fcl sabcth Connelly, Lucv (i L. Hone, Jan U. V. Kvaus. 1 lisaheth O. V inter. 8arau tl. Winter, Thomas (i. Whiter. Ku'luMii. Win-te- John 11. Winter, Nor Mav W uu r. U. Wiut.--r and Mark iloiightlv. dlend- - ailtf. rPhK PEOPLE OP THE TERRITORY OK V Utah send greet nit to Thorn is tiollirMlv. Josepn J. Colightlr. Martha R. Smith. Klia-bet-li. W.nt. Join C. Lavton. Jacob U, Lay-ton- . KYhar.t Lay.oi. Kachel n. L. Warren. Samuel i.. Layton. Elb.alioib Conno lv, Lnry G. L. Bom, Jaue O. W. Kvaus, KliKnbcth tl. V, niter. Sarah (i. Winter, Thom ', Winter. Rfcaar.l U. Vi Inter, .lohu U. Winter. Nora May Winter. JoMpbG.Wlutera.nd aluikLioilghtly, de'cadants: You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion brought ataiust you by the above uamed Slaintiffs in the District Court of the Third of the Territorv of Utah, and to answer the complaint tiled tlieretu within n-- days, (exclusive of theoay o( serviecl, after the service on you of this numinous - If served within this couuty; or. If served out of this county, but In this tilstrkt, within twenty days: otherwise within forty davs or judg- ment by default will betaken apui'nst you, ac-cording to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to have a decree of this court have no estate or Interest whatever in tint certain Fropsity situate lu f,alt Lake rltv and ountv, lot 4. block Mi. plat b. Salt LakJ City survey, end that tliey and each of them be forever eniolued and debarred from asserting any claim whateverln or to said pioperly ad verse to plaintiff, adjudging aud deolarin; plaintiff to be the owner lu lee of said prop-erty, and that the several elR.insof defendants oiwrate as a cloud on plaintiff s title: quieting and confirming plalntifl In hi" title to the pos-session of s.ild pr.MUisea. and for other and further relief and for costs ot suit. And you an' here-b- notified that If yon fall to appear antt answer the said complaint aa alsnc required, the said plaintiff n 111 apply to theoourt for the relief demanded therein. Witness, the Uon. Charles 8. Zaue, .tU'lg. and the seal of lite District court of tha Third Judicial District, In aud for J . . the territory ot Utah, this .5th day of j seal. July, In the year of our Lord one . - thousand eight hundred and ninety. Hkniiy O. McMillan, Clerk. Ily Qeo. D. Loom is. Deputy CWsi. Aotiee uf Timber Culture Contest. TJ, S. LANiiOrFici: i Salt Lake t,tan. Jly . 1W. ?wINl,HAVIXO BKEN' ENTERED ariwa '? ,PU,f h' Wl!na S- DeArmond "mber-cultu- entrv No. hi -- .la.Wa",Ul a, Tt'Zl" tbe nortl.i.it S LiViiJ 3 south, ramie a w'est. in ,V co,,lnt.v. Vtah ttrritor. . with a view nlL"BU! 'Mri H'l U weak, or cause to be broken yttn making said eutrv. and land or plant any portion of said land to treesT tree seeds or cuttings or to cause the be done durln the second year after makluS Bald land to trees, tree seeds or cuttimrs or to aftlmT I"""6 douc (,urinK thf'hini year fhurfnakltno(l.resaalltd. entr'-- nd h"a 'i'el UP to mild land or to plow or stir any portion of ti ees. tree seedpslaonrt any portlonof said huid to same to be cuttings or to cause the done, and that at this time uo por- tion of said land Is broken, plowed, stirred or cultivated and no portion of said land is s.iw "i. ,nLe wwls or ""tinss. the parties are hereby summoned to appear at at 1?0r,oT'ce on ,he mh dly of Septomlr lym, clock a.m., to respond and furulsh testi-mony concerning said allf ired failure. Frank D. Homis, Register. CITY BONDS FOK "SALt Fifty Theusand (S:.i,00) Hollar f Five (5) im r rent Salt Lake City liuiuU fur ;. NOTICE TS HEUEKY GIVEN THAT ON Sept-mb- A. P. . at the c.tv trensurer of Rlt Lake city, fifty bouOattfMuM city of the tsaueof I. ts-i- iti te sol.t to Ihe hujhest bid-- or bidders tor essh. Salrt bonds sre of t ie lienomlnalion of IIOH. payable twenty yir . bui aiitle, t to reaenpUon any time after ep!enlbr l.lwvat the option of a.d.-,tv- . ( oiu.ms I. 9. ;taud 4 will be fr m sail boni's pievlous ti the sale tnrreot. o that the boiula Y.UI liear Inteivst from 8.''iiitr I, 1. unt p:iUl. the littert beluc payab e on tt,e flrsl dav of M rch ni the flrt tar o year. Itids will by nie tor tin purchase of said bonds, or :ny part the vof. ftom the aoth dv of Aux'tst IH". un-ti- l lOo Vlot'k a.m. of the Sth day of Septem-ber, "t1. The rmut to reject any auJ all bids Is heroby ri'serve l In twivalt of the It jr. lly order of the rity cnniieli of sal i city Jiisrvii H VI i mm. city Treasurer. Bait Lake citr. Auvii 1.1 P, S A piuiUHl statement of the flnaiu-t-condition o! the city will be furotshet anv one de:r n lnfonnatlon with the view if biil.ltnn ui'ou t.ie ai .ve bon is. Apply for aaute at trvaaurer's office. Jieu U. Wuin, City Treatumr. Beauty In an Athlete's Suit. Satui-da- at Start. Grove, given by Halcyon Parlor and the Olympic Club o' Alameda, was Mi3S Harria, of Berkeley. The weather was quite warm at the grove, and she was sitting in the cool shade on the bank of the brook which runs through the grove. Her foot went asleep, and to revive the circulation she arosaand walked across the brook, step-ping on Btones. She started to come back, but lost her balance in the middle of the stream. A splash and a scream aummoned her companions, and she was pulled out of the mountain brook by K. C. Page and was dripping from head to foot. There was no change of clothing, and to keep on her soaked clothos was invit-ing death. Among the picnickers was a young man named Giles Bradley. He is a member of the Olympic clnb, and had made up his mind to win some races, When the mishap occurred to Miss Har-ris he was togged out in his athletic suit. He at once realized the plight of the young lady, and going behind a clump of bushes - took off his raoing suit, put on his other clothes and returned to the place where the friends of Miss Har--j ris were bewailing her misfortune. Ha proffered his suit, and it was accepted with blushes by the young lady. The suit was donned by her, and was worn while her clothes were spread on the grass to dry. Mr. Bradley is now looked upon as the most gallant young man in Alameda, sacrificing, as he did, his chances of victories in races in order to accommodate a young lady. Oakland Tribune, lg- IN GENERAL. f the More Important Aotions of People who do Things Out of the Ordinary. . jCOESSrUL FEMALE ENGINEEE Should Know-- The all the Mothers End of Stuff Ton find in Women. has a female engineer who 1 ermine at laundry. The fact brought into prominence by a Tit made to the board of examin-Vineer- a that she is working with--, Certificate. The law provides that Biieers shall procure certificates of which shall be issued to them tieir passing an examination, with ,k jeqoirement thia young woman failed to comply.' She has had -- of the engine for two years; and bet own firing, her own mending roken machinery, and is in fact an I0and mechanic of. no mean ability. jiB phenomenon is good looking, not 25 and manages to keep herself ing charming, even at the grimy i which is her choice. She had pre-- , to her debut as an engineer worked ie laundry, and proving her mechaiir ability by numerous tinkerings of hinery was, when the proprietor ,d himself short an engineer, trusted i the charge of the little engine. All needed was a trial, and ejow she us supreme, the goddess the "I expect to get a certificate her," said her employer. "She will j no trouble in passing the required uination, as she knows more about machinery than half the male engine-Exchan- KOTICE TO CREDITOBS. Estate of Ilenont W. Chaae. decease,!. NOTICE IS IlEUEHY OlVES BY THK administrator of the estate of WeU"iu Vv. i'bas. to the creditor of, and all persons havuiif claim against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neces-sary vouchers. Ithlu ten months after the llrst publication of this notice, to the said adminis-trator ai the otr.ee of his attorney. Walter Murphv, No. Dill south East Temple strest, Salt Lake rltv. In the county of halt Lake, L'tah territory. W ai.Tun K. ;kis. Administrator of the estate of Hetioni W . t'haae, deceased. Dated Aug. f. 1MU. ftotice of Desert Entry Contest. TT. 8. Land Office! i Salt Lake City, Utah. July 35, 1H. f COMPLAINT HAVING BEEN ENTERED by William 8. DeArmond against Patrick Hamlll for failure to complv with the law as to desert entry No. VIT7. dated June 4.1hX7. upon the lots I. 9,3,4, and 8; NE". and N WU and S WV,, section 8. tow nship 3 south, ranife 3 west, in Salt Lake county. Utah territory, wlthavlewtothecancellatlonof said uUry.i, co"tftant alleuiint that said Patrick Hamlll has failed during the three years after nuktnit said entry to reclaim said tract of desert land by conducting or causing to be d upon the same any water whatever, and that said Patrick Hamlll still fails to conduct or to cause to lie conducted upon said land any water, and that said tr.vct of land is at this time desert land, entirely without water and without any citnals for the convevlng of water toot- upon said land, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the lUth day of September. 1M0, at lu o'clock a.m.. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. Frank D. Homis, Register A British Artist. Mrs. Jopling is perhaps the mo3t fa-mous woman artist. Her charming studio is the resort of everybody worth knowing in the world of letters. It is a tall apartment, with white ceiling, bar-red with old oak rafters, gray walla, hung here and there with fine tapestry, and over the mantelpiece having Millaia' portrait of Mrs. Jopling, painted by the great R. A. as a gift to his friend and Bister artist. At one side stands the grand piano, at another a handsome cabinet. Near the fire is a table covered with old silver, while it is one of the few studios in which there are plenty of comfortable couches and chairs for guests to sit upon, and not merely orna-mental objects to paint from. Mrs. Jopling is the most magnetic and fascinating of women. If she was not one of the first artists of her day aud al-most unchallenged first of her own sex, she would yet be famous aa a society dame. Still in the prime of life she has been married three times. Her first hus-band died when she was only a girl. Mr. Jopling, whose name she has made fa-mous, lived till about three years ago, and she has now been for some time the wife of a very brilliant and clever man, Mr. Rowe, who makes no objection to her still signing her work and being known generally by the name that she has made celebrated. Ha Bays manfully that he is proud to be "Mrs. Jopling's husband." New York Telegram. SLHMOXS ON AMENDED COlt'UMT In the District Court In aud for the Third Ju-dicial District ot I'ta'.i Territory, County ot Ball l.ak 1. James Dorgan and Thomas McQlona. plain-tiffs, vs. Charles H. McMastor and A. J. Parkor, rrMIE PEOPLE OF THE TEnntTOnY OK J Utah send freetlnv tofhariei 11. Mc.Maa-ti- l and A. J. 1'arhrr, defendant: You are herehv required to appear In an ac-tion broiu'ht against you by tW above namtsl plalntlifs In the district cmrijnf the thud Judi-cial district of the territory oi I'tai.aud V the complaint tiled therein within ti davs (exclusive of the day of ser-vice! after th sorviceonyou of IbIbuhiiou II sarved within this counts; or if served out of tins county, but In this uiftrut, wuhiu twenty davs; otherwise within forty days or judmiieut tiv default will bo taken against you according to the prayer ot said complaint. The said nctloci Is brought to recover (he sum of ttmr.M. with Interest theieou at tsn per rent pi r annum froxi AtiHiist lu. l.'HJ. also the further sum of tl'o as an attorney tee and for costs oriul!,.rnd loi adc ies of for forerlosure sale of the north h ilt of lot IB In bl .'k 41, ten ar. put' A." Hi Field survey, lu Lake county, Utah nnd- r a iuoriiiiie execuleo and Ue lvered by defend-ant McMaster March i. I SHU, upou sild piemtaes, to secure pjynient to plain-tiffs of curtain ptomissury note of even date, executed anl delivered liy said defendant to plamtltts for said sum of ttwr.m payable on or before March ii, Hsw. with tnlor-e.- t from uaie until P41.I, which mortgage pro v.di d for th p.ivine.it of a reasonable attor-neys h e. That said defendants and all otlnrs cUlnilng td premises uiMtint to plain-UlT-inor. Kave may lie barred and f ireeloewl under said sale, mid that the prvonntsut such sale may he applied to tse psytnentof amount due plilutl!T inter pay UK nil costs spouses and attorney's fees, slid for the usual statu-tory relief and for such other and further re-lief as III ly be Just. And you are hnrehy notified that If you fan to appear anil answer Ihe said amende! com-plaint as uliove reiiulriHl.tho sahl plaintiffs will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hon. Charles 8 Zane, Ju.li;e. ntul the seal of tlte district . 1 court of the third Judicial rtlstrtnt, ) gKAuV liintnl for the territory of Utah, this l.th day of August. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun-dred and ninety. HrttHV it. Clerk. FrtANg PlKitrg, Attoiu-- y lor plalalllls, SIMMONS. In th District Court In nd for the Third Ju-dicial Dial, let or 1,'tjh Territory, Couuty of Halt LaLo, Kai DtixKiioH. Plaintiff, vs. VsuasioHs Jonit Ik biuon, Dofondant, J THE PKOPLE OF TUB TKRRITriRY OK send greeting to John to n, defnnaaul. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by tlieanovenamed plaintiff in the district court of the Third Ju-dicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint illed therein within ten days (exclusive, of the day of sgrvlcel after the service on you of this summons If served within this county; or. It served out of this county. hut In thlsdsstrtrt.wlthintweiitydaya. otherwise within tony days or Judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said oomplaitit. The said action is brought to have a decree of this court dlHsolvln j the bonds of matri-mony between plaintiff and detendant, and awarding to pia'Ull.1 thti cust' dy of the minor child. Mary A- Donelson. Issue o'N suirt uiir-rug- -; grunting to plaTitlif till fu ther snd prhipur reiief , and coste of su't. rel.ef Sri.ved nb t'w ground that on the mllh day of isw. defendant desertid this plaintiff, and has ever aince. a''Bnte(l himself, leaving plaiut'ff iKnorant as to his address or wher aroma; ana further that suire said data has not In any man:ir contributed to the support of said plaltrtln and child. And you are hereby notified that If you fall to appear aud answer the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded therein. Witness the Hou. Charles H. 7.ann, Judge, and the seal of ths dtstiiot ( I court if ths Third judicial district, seal. In and for the Territorv of Utah this v ) Bird day of Auguat. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun-dred and ninety. Hiskv U. M I.LAN, Clerk. By Geo D. Lootuta. Deputy Clorh. What All Mother Should Know. ' bat over feeding is the chief cause of era infantum and other forms of el complaint in young children. iat in summer it is often water, not for which the child is crying, and 'tbe stomach may already be dan-raal- y burdened. bat while the natural appetite of the ug is a pretty safe guide, so long as diet is simple, rich pies and cakes other highly seasoned food tend to habit of over eating, and lay the jdation for future dyspepsia, bat the chief damage by smoking cigarettes are at least as bad as irs--ia done withia the growing age, lo the child is still under the influ- - of the mother, and that the harm iost serious upon that center of life, heart. hat the chest is packed full with the s and heart and room is gained for inflation of the lungs only by a won-i- il mechanism which lifts the ribs as breath is inhaled, and that it greatly erils health and life to bind down chest, especially in growing girls, 'ther with corsets or tight dresses. ith's Companion. IH 1IKHMHY OIVKN THAT TDK NOTICE ImWng been appointed by the city council of halt Lako City a board of KiliialUatlon and Heview. u t ear objections.!! unv. to th assessment mid levy of local as sessments for the pavlngof Commercial street, also for thi. curbing and guttering of said street In Halt Lake City: that ld board will sit at the city hall for live (fil days, ooiniueiio-In- g on Thursday, the 4th day of reptemhsr, IMKI. and ending on Tuesday, the trth dsy of September. IkO. during usual bnlts hours lor said purpo. rr MfmoKE, W. P LYNN. W. n II SHAKKOltD, M. K. PAHH'iNa A. J PENDLETON. Bait Lake City, 'August iSind, lti. Kind of Stuff Ton Find in Women. lady living in Henderson county, se husband died a short while since, something the like of which is rarely uessed. It seems that her husband d some four thousand dollars, most rhich had either been barred by the ute of limitations or had been lidated by his act in taking benefit of bankrupt law. His widow lost no e in collecting these evidences of and borrowed $4,000 with ch to pay them, mortgaging the ii (which belonged to her and on ich she lived) to raise the money, ently checks were sent out to iitota m full, in amounts ranging n a few dollars np to seven or eight idred dollars. be steadily refused to recognize either statute of limitations or the act of iruptcy as any bar to debts owing her husband, and not having the oey mortgaged her own home to raise Henderson (Ky.) Journal. Danced at 103. There is a g3y and festive old lady of 103 years at Etrepagny, in the Depart-ment of the Euro, who danced and frisked about as if sue were a merry maiden of sweet 17 when her friends went to wish' her health and happiness the other morning on the occasion of her birthday anniversary. Mme. Nourry is the said centenarian, and was born at Songeons, in the Department of the Oise, at or about the time when people were talking of that famous diamond necklace given by Cardinal de Rohan to Queen Marie Antoinette, 'which was afterward worked into an exciting volume of tic--' tion by the elder Dumas, and when beginning to give trouble to poor Louis XVI and his finance minis-ter, Neckor. Mme. Nourry has probably troubled her head very little at any time of her life about these historical episodes, for she has for many years been engaged in agricultural pursuits, her husband, who is long ago dead, having been a farmer. Until about four years ago the aged widow used to take her butter, eggs-an- poultry to the Gisors market. She is still in possession of all her facul-ties, is able to see without spectacles, has an excellent appetite and temper, and romped on the green during her birthday fete with the most agile of the young folks. Paris Cor. London Tele-graph. SUMMOJiS. Io the District Court In nnfl for the Third Judi-cial District of Utah Territory, Couuty ot Suit Lake. Annib Robinson, Plaintiff, 1 vs. 8umnionk. John RodimsoK, Defendant. ) The people of the Territory of L'tah send greet-ing to John Koblnion, defendant: "OU KK HEREBY RKQL111KD TO AP-- I pear in an actlun brnuaht against you hy the above named plaintiff ;n the District Court Of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint filed therein within ten days lexrluilve of the day of service) alter the, service on you of this summons If served within this county; or, If served out of tftis county, but In this district, within twenty days: otherwise within forty davs or Judgment by default will be taken ogaln! you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action Is brought to have a decree of this court dissolving the bon is of matri-mony existing between the plaintiff aud and for costs of tills action. Above relief prayed tor on the ground of desertion and failure on the flirt of the defendant to pro-vide the plalutlfl with the comniin necessaries of life, having the ability to do no, aud without her consent or sultlcluiit rtanon or cause for so doing. And you are hereby notilled that If you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said nlalnti ff wll apply to the court for the relief ilemaudrd Ihernht. Witness, the Hon. Charles B. 7n, Judge, aud the seal of the District C lurt of ths Third Judicial Dlstriet, REAL. lu and fnt the Territory of L'tah, this Mh day of August, in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred iti uuis'y. henry 5. McMillan, cik. By Uco. D, Loomla, Deputy Clerk. A Living; Monument, fhen Mrs. Oliver H. Worthcote died, S88, she requested that no tablet or lament be erected to her memory. friends she know would remember, strangers could not be expected to jet She exacted a promise that in i any memorial were dedicated to it should be a tribute to the living. husband has recently purchased a se on Bell island, Long Island sound, eh he has fitted up ad a summer ie for poor, worn out teachers, trained ses and gentlewomen in professional There are accommodations for people, and board is only $3 a The visitors, unless very ill, are cd to give np their rooms to new ap-sn- ts at the expiration of a fortnight. VIUH WANTED. NONTAX A DLE BONDS FOB UTAH The undersigned will rueeivebldsat his omce. No. 10 Houth Main street, Halt Lake City, l'th. between Uo'clock noon of the MHh day of September, PV), and In o'clock luxsj of the loth dsy of October. ItMi, for one bundled and seventy two engraved negotiable coupon bonus of l'tah Territory, numbered from iwto aou Inclusive, each for the principal sum of one thousand dollars, with Interest at ft per cent per annum, tiavable on the Srst S.,y of e.v b January anil July after date at ths Deseret National Hun in halt Lake City, or at the American National Hack In New Yrk City. The bonds are daud July I, IXs, due twenty years from date, but all redeemable at the option of the territory eftr ten years, and provision I also insds by law for redeem-ing sfter ten veaia, bonds of the highest num-bers then out to the amount of thlny thousand dollars or moje. whenever available funds to that amount are In the treasury. These bonds are part of a series of I0, of whl( h llWhave wen nugotlated. and the whote is Issued for building educational and charitable Institutions In accordance with leg-islative appropriation, under lb provisions ot an act of the Oovernor and Legislative As-sembly, entitled "An Act providing for the Issuing and disjweliig of Territorial bonds " approred March I I, lend, and refeienc Is made to said act for detail. Attention is called to the facts that. Iieside this series, the Territory has a bonded Indebtedness of only Slf '(, that bv act of coriifi ess It la restrain' 4 Irom crea-ting such Indebtedness to an amount exceed-ini- r I ixircoutof Its taied value, and such ran be created onlr for charitable and educational purposes. These bunds are by law eveuipt from taxation for -- ny purpose with, u liie and they cannot be sold fur Ice than par and Interest, and auy and all bids may be rejected. Ulds ill be opi ue l at Hi u clock noon of Oc-tober 10. I'M), at the offire aforesaid, and sale of the whole or any piftTr-psr- ls o' 'he bonl made to the highet bidder or bldrs. who will lie rn iu t red U give security to carry out the sale, and 11 payment Is deferred Hi" Inter-est accumulating on the bonds during the time will ljer,ii!ri. Tiie bonds will be sold under a power In the law, lliui'el as to time, and bidders are requested to make egamlnatloa before the day of ai. and make ths.r bids spertfi- - In details. The bonds can tie seen by profKised bidders. Dated August 3, l1 'BOLIVAR IfOflF.KTH. , Territorial Treasurer. Lilacs and Handcuffs. The other day, as a royal train.of Penn-sylvania parlor cars pulled out of the Jersey City depot, a gentlemanly man carrying a huge bunch of lilacs made his way from the rear of the train to the foremost car the smoker. Pressing al-most upon his heels was a rather rough looking fellow making the same journey. It happened that as I raised my eyes 1 saw behind that bunch of lilacs a parr of shining steel handcuffs connecting the gentlemanly man's wrists. It would be interesting to know whether it was the convict's idea or that of his keeper to put flowers to that strange lise. But to my mind there was something very poetic about it. Julian Ralph. In the District Court in and for the Third Judi-cial District of Utah Territory, County of Bait Lake. GIUPTiiNKTL'B'JMKKG, Plaintiff, 1 v. gtrMKO. Ha.tnah Tciinukuu, Defendant. I The People of the Territory of TTtah send greeting to Hannah Turaurg. defendant: VOU ARE HKKLI1Y REQUIRED TOAP-- I pc.ar In an action br'.uirht against you ny Ibe above named plaintiff In the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Utah, and to answer the complaint filed therein within ten days (exclusive of Die day of service) after the service on you of till eitmmons If served within this county; or If erved out of tblscounty but in this district, within twenty days: olherwlse within forty days or Judg-ment by default will be taken aalnst you, to the prayer of said couiplalut. The said action Is brought to have a decree of tnis court tti louds of matri-mony existing between the piaauslff and de- - '"Above' relief prayed for on the ground that about the yea' the said defendant disre-garded the solemulty of her inarrtai.v vow and Jxrtert ni abauaned tso pUlntllT willfully ami without junt can.e or and ever wt'vr m l "till duesderert and ertllfully aban-de-pi ilntia and live and apart Irom him without any s iftt'V n' cause or r . And you are hereoy notified that If you fall to appear and answer t" said complaint a above re'iuiied. the sai l plaintiff will a;iply to the court lor the relief uemande l tueretu. Witness, the li m. Ciiarlex 8. Ym Judge, and the seal of the District Court of the Third Jndlcial Distrust, fSEAi. In and for ti.e Terrlwrv of t'taa. title Sie day of Aux""t in the year ot our Lord one thousand eight km dred and r.tn-'- y. 1IK.VKY ti. Mr MILLA.V, C!erk. By (ju. D. Loomis, Deputy cUrk. Revolutionary Widow. hero are thirty-fiv- e widows drawing mods from the government because r husbands .were soldiers in the 'dntionary war. The oldest of them 5I. Nancy Rains, of Knoxrille, a-- i the widow of John Rains. She w in her ninety-eight- h year. On Luit of her great age she receives 8 son of $30 a month, which is more that received by any Revolutionary aoner. The number of them de-f-a every year, and but few will bably be left at the close of another --Pittsburg Press. Singing Mice on Shipboard. About thrae months ago J. F. Chelton of Woods Cross Roads, Va., captain of the schooner Anna Lloyd, captured a singing mouse in the cabin of his vessel while off Gloucester Point, Va. The little fellow was caged, and he sang merrily at all hours, hia notes baing somewhat like the subdued trill of a canary bird. Thursday another mnsica. mouse was caught in thabm by Capt with the one Chelton, and was caged previously captured. They kep up a lively concert at all hours of the day and night. Baltimore Sun. Mis WilUrd' Poverty. ll Frances Willard lives in Evans--1 flls., a suburb of Chicago, in a pretty recalled "Rest Cottage." She is a n who never has a dollar, and j thing ia sad about- the place is a A short time ago her "snuggery," :K she writes and reads and dreams, ted up at an expense of $850. in the east, west and northwest 'Hbuting the amount. Washington NOTICE. 4 LL PERSONS AKKHKKKBY WARNBD J under the penalty provided by oroiiance cot to remove the tKly of n iaJ animal or offal or tilth of any description, without Brsl notllj lng the city scaverik'er, who will Usue auecu.n.foriudlj.ai RJJtyWALU City S.'avetl)er. April IT lW. ifftn 4. City Ull. Bishop Potter Described. Bishop Potter is one of the handsomest men in the city when he is arrayed m evening dress. He does not look much older than he did years agoor when he was rector of St. John St. Troy N. Y. Tbe Potters are a fZei, clJan cutrace, of bilioui t, and. as a rule, long lived. Thev naturally take pnde m thetr they have had brains and mean7 to cultivate them. Perhaps no is better known than name in the country that of Potter.-Eicha- nge.. In tti district cmrt In and for fhs Third Judicial dis'rtet of i 'ah terT.iory cuutity of like - Charles II Denhait-- r. plalMiB. vs. Andrew J. Taysum and Henry Deubalter, Unts. The people of the terrlt'iry of fan snd rre' tlng: To Andrew J. Taynutn and Heury Denh'.lier, dfen!arns. X'OD AKK IIK.I'KUY KKQCIflKD TO AP-- I war In an adinn brought agaimt you ty the ebo e naio- -l ptalnf.fr lu the durtricl eourt of the Third pull' iil distilct of the territory of l'tah and lo nwfr lerioir.piaiiit nied tbr--- n within -n oaf (eg iiissveof the day of afvr Uf erVieoi you of ibis eumiaor -- if wrved within thiseownty; or. if re I out of this tut m Uo a.ftritx, w thin t,vri'r da-- ' : 'iihei-w's- witruo days.-o- r juliiiint"i-- (!ef.iil wdi be lag n yiniyn. areordliig t'i the praer of snJ I coitipiaiBt. The , i of 'I vn is brotighi rt have Judgmsnt ' aga nst th .it In t'i sum of th i In'.ereei tneren at ti.e isle of one per cent per 1,-i- ith front Marco ll. I" '" c.sU'nf suit, a! id to t trie araotint due on on certain prorr.i-Hx.r- r r'-- n.a std eeau.-- l ry the at Halt l.'-- s City I. lah, M Wi la. li foefio n wuh inn-rs- a' a "e ra'e frin late and payab'e lo t" order "f Arore c lirlirn a' baiii-'in- nouse of M'iCorn'rg and o t l ake :ci no psrt of Wblek : bu been paid Vitt a corwlderstbntt) ' .ay u('e4 in ui one I1 1 d.lvf4 j tcesapl t l;t.tl(r wa- is the kgal I tnldr !lere f and o se-- r ot n in Atd you are i.ertoy m.t.fed l;u If yon fll to ' c the s aeove 1 answer re,ialred,'.fi ""Jd f Lajot:! wi.i t )ulgm-an- t , agiiijsi yo--i f'-- r the suro of ItuiH. w.lfc iamt f.d r.,le it salt i i Witoeee. the H' Charles tM: Jwtg end 'he sal of the dlaif.i cojrt ot the Thjd j. de ial in snd r the Wrtiory ul t ub, tnls 13th day August- In yr of otir Lit 1 mm thousand eight hundred (fad 2lr)4y liiLl Hrar O M. Msu.agOr. IlJ iVi- - D. Iwtiii, Deputy Caere-- Love at.d Bnslnes. Dii s111 very much pst ken you told him you didn't love well enough ta marry him? TrT0' the brute. He merely ' 'well, businsgs is business," and ie house. Mnnsey'a Weekly. (NO. frM.1 NOTICE OF FBE-i:aFTI- PROOF. LAJto Orru-- at Satt Lag Ctrt, I A.ng. . U. I X'OTICE I RKiii-is-Y OIVtTN THAT TKH IN the to.lowjig timed wttor hae Bled notice of hi mvtitlon to mtlte Bnal nr.of In support of his eUiai. aud toat "ui lOTt will be tnade before tie fceitT aad Eeceiveg- at Halt Lake Cltv, CJtau. on eiejit. ft. IW1 in, He'erA- - Feterecn. D. B- llgd. toe Ws Nf-- t I0.nd WHS2HeJ. tpSa.rw. He naie tha following immn f ptver hutcontlnueurfsuieaoe upon nut caltrtsdijt of said land, nanrsiy: Haan Aowodt. Miller. Edward Hu.-up- x, A. V. Bteav itom, all ot fealt City. ragg D. Hon. Rccunrza. The sale of the interesting original manuscript of Charles Dickens and WiiJrie Collins, with some wtgl proWmes of private tieatncaU in took part, wiH begm inLeon-ToninJun- e- The entireonginal "JZ of "The Moonstone The HI in White" of Coffin Sthe manuscripui of some of Dickens poems aremtlllectwn. 'Onston, Tex., has a commission firm 5 busineas under the name of Foster wart, tho members of which are wen. They are members of the of trade and Cotton Exchange, conduct a real estate agency in all ''inches. Last January their sales d to S5QO.000.